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Giggles Mock 1
Published at 1/21/2014 8:02:47 PM

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Round 1

17. Ravens: Cyrus Kouandjio, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

Michael Oher should have played his last game with the Ravens. Kouandjio might have the most upside of any lineman in the draft and is great value for a team that has a glaring need at OT.

18. Jets: Eric Ebron, Tight End, North Carolina

Geno Smith has absolutely no weapons on the offensive side of the ball and Eric Ebron instantly provides that pass catching TE that a lot of young QBs lean heavily on. When it's all said and done I don't think Ebron will fall this far, but I'm sure the Jets would love if he does.

19. Dolphins: RaShede Hageman, Defensive Tackle, Minnesota

A little bird, AKA my friend Bryan, told me that he expects the Phins to build the line up through FA. I'll defer to his analysis with this team and piggyback off his pick as he expects Randy Starks to sign elsewhere. RaShede Hageman it is.

20. Cardinals: Taylor Lewan, Offensive Tackle, Michigan

Eric Winston is a FA and Bradley Sowell is awful. That's not good news when your QB has cement feet. Taylor Lewan would be a day one starter on a team that was on the brink of the playoffs last year.

21. Packers: C.J. Mosley, Outside Linebacker, Alabama

I'm shocked that this team still has AJ Hawk starting in the middle. If Mosley falls here there should be no hesitation on making him the pick.

22. Eagles: Calvin Pryor, Free Safety, Louisville

Pryor is closing in on HaHa Clinton-Dix as the best safety prospect in the draft. Couple that with the fact the Eagles safeties (Nate Allen and Patrick Chung) should not be starting for anyone and it all seems to make too much sense to pass up.

23. Chiefs: Marqise Lee, Wide Receiver, USC (Southern California)

Marqise Lee is a deep threat that complements Dwayne Bowe perfectly. Could be a steal at 23.

24. Bengals: Jason Verrett, Cornerback, TCU

Pac-Man Jones, Terrance Newman and Leon Hall are the teams top 3 CBs. Although Jones and Newman weren't terrible last year I believe it was more of an anomaly than anything else. Easy to see all three players taking a major step back. Verrett makes more sense to me here over players like Roby and Roberson.

25. Chargers: David Yankey, Offensive Guard, Stanford

The Chargers would have loved to have a versatile lineman last season as they had injury woes across the front. I think it's a toss up between Yankey and ND OG/OT Zach Martin here, I'll give Yankey the close nod.

26. Browns: Kelvin Benjamin, Wide Receiver, Florida State

I think the Browns go QB/WR with their two first round picks. With the cap space to make a FA move at running back this team has potential to be special on offense. How many teams would want to line up against Josh Gordon, Jordan Cameron and Kelvin Benjamin in the redzone (or anywhere on the field for that matter).

27. Saints: Trent Murphy, Defensive End, Stanford

The Saints did finish fourth in the league in sacks last year, but a lot of that was with Rob Ryan's scheme. Trent Murphy was the most productive DE last year in college football, and would be a great fit as an edge rusher on the opposite side of Junior Gallette.

28. Panthers: Antonio Richardson, Offensive Tackle, Tennessee

Everyone seems to believe the Panthers will go WR here. I think David Gettleman made it clear he loves his "Hog Mollies." Antonio Richardson fits the bill at 6'6 330. Jordan Gross is mulling retirement, Travelle Wharton and Byron Bell are FAs (and terrible in Bell's case), Nate Chandler is a converted DT and Kugbila/Silatolu haven't been able to make it on the field with injuries. O-Line makes sense, plus there is more potential to get good value in a deep WR class in the second---CB also a top priority just don't like Roberson or Roby as stated earlier.

29. Patriots: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Tight End, Washington

Seferian-Jenkins fits the Aaron Hernandez mold as a player. We all saw how well the Hernandez/Gronk duo worked when it was in tact, so the Patriots might try and duplicate its success by going with the talented tight end out of Washington.

30. 49ers: Allen Robinson, Wide Receiver, Penn State

49ers should go with whoever is their top rated receiver here. At this juncture I think that player is Robinson, although they could look at a shifty slot player like Brandin Cooks also.

31. Broncos: Ryan Shazier, Outside Linebacker, Ohio State

Listed as an OLB by this site but I think he will add to his 225 pound frame and settle down in the middle eventually. Great speed will help him find a home with the potential to cover the more athletic TEs that the league is getting a sudden plethora of.

32. Seahawks: Jace Amaro, Tight End, Texas Tech

This almost doesn't seem fair.

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