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2014 NFL Mock Draft Update: No Change At The Top, Clowney To Houston

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1. Houston Texans
Jadeveon Clowney
Defensive End, South Carolina

2. St. Louis Rams (from Washington)
Sammy Watkins
Wide Receiver, Clemson

3. Jacksonville Jaguars
Blake Bortles
Quarterback, Central Florida

4. Cleveland Browns
Johnny Manziel
Quarterback, Texas A&M

5. Oakland Raiders
Khalil Mack
Outside Linebacker, Buffalo

6. Atlanta Falcons
Anthony Barr
Outside Linebacker , UCLA

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Mike Evans
Wide Receiver, Florida State

8. Minnesota Vikings
Teddy Bridgewater
Quarterback, Louisville

9. Buffalo Bills
Ha’Sean Clinton-Dix
Safety, Alabama

10. Detroit Lions
Darqueze Dennard
Cornerback, Michigan State

11. Tennessee Titans
Calvin Pryor
Safety, Louisville

12. New York Giants
Jake Matthews
Offensive Tackle, Texas A&M

13. St. Louis Rams
Justin Gilbert
Cornerback, Oklahoma State

14. Chicago Bears
Aaron Donald
Defensive Tackle, Pittsburgh

15. Pittsburgh Steelers
Taylor Lewan
Offensive Tackle, Michigan

16. Dallas Cowboys
C.J. Mosley
Inside Linebacker, Alabama

17. Baltimore Ravens
Marqise Lee
Wide Reciever, USC

18. New York Jets
Eric Ebron
Tight End, North Carolina

19. Miami Dolphins
Greg Robinson
Offensive Tackle, Auburn

20. Arizona Cardinals
Dee Ford
Outside Linebacker, Auburn

21. Green Bay Packers
Zack Martin
Offensive Tackle, Notre Dame

22. Philadelphia Eagles
Brandin Cooks
Wide Receiver, Oregon State

23. Kansas City Chiefs
Odell Beckham Jr.
Wide Receiver, LSU

24. Cincinnati Bengals
Ryan Shazier
Outside Linebacker, Ohio State

25. San Diego Chargers
Kyle Van Noy
Outside Linebacker, BYU

26. Cleveland Browns (from Indianapolis)
Bradley Roby
Cornerback, Ohio State

27. New Orleans Saints
Kony Ealy
Defensive End, Missouri

28. Carolina Panthers
Jordan Matthews
Wide Receiver, Vanderbilt

29. New England Patriots
Jace Amaro
Tight End, Texas Tech

30. San Francisco 49ers
Jason Verrett
Cornerback, TCU

31. Denver Broncos
Cyrus Kouandjio
Offensive Tackle, Alabama

32. Seattle Seahawks
Kelvin Benjamin
Wide Reciever, Florida State

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  • Jarod Cook

    How do you have Greg Robinson falling all the way down to #19? The guy is one of the top 5 talents in the draft, and won’t make it out of the top 10. Teams like Oakland, Atlanta, and Minnesota would love to have him fall into there lap, in particular Atlanta. Ryan needs someone who can protect his blind side, and the team needs to protect their investment in him. Grabbing one of the top OT’s in the draft would make more sense then grabbing a OLB. Even though there pass rush last year was pathetic and your pick makes sense, protecting their QB should be priority #1. And if he some how makes it out of the top 10(which I don’t see happening), teams would be trying every thing in there power to jump up and grab him. The same could be said about Matthews also, but the Giants would love for him to fall to them.

    • Cyrus Geller

      I agree talent-wise, Robinson is top five. But going with need here. I see pass rusher as a bigger need for Atlanta as of right now.

      • Jarod Cook

        IMO Atlanta has to much invested in their QB and WR’s to pass on what many believe to be a future pro bowl LT. Verses as taking a OLB who is considered to be just outside the top 10 quality in the draft by many experts. Barr still needs a lot of coaching to become an all around player, he’ll be no more then a situation pass rusher his first year or two. Has the potential to be great but if I was the GM, I’d rather go with the sure talent and protect my franchise QB.