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Pre-Combine Mock
Published at 2/18/2014 11:57:11 AM

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Round 1

1. Texans: Jadeveon Clowney, Defensive End, South Carolina

Clowney and Watt would be unstoppable and would go a long ways towards making the Texan's bi-annual games vs Andrew Luck a lot more interesting.


2. Browns: Johnny Manziel, Quarterback, Texas A&M

The Browns trade up and grab their guy, Manziel, who will bring a spark to a fanbase and organization needing a direction.

TRADE!

3. Jaguars: Teddy Bridgewater, Quarterback, Louisville

Jaguars get their guy, don't have to move up, and finally grab the guy for this franchise to build around.


4. Rams: Sammy Watkins, Wide Receiver, Clemson

The Ram's move down and collect addition second and fourth round picks. They also grab the best offensive weapon in this draft who has true number 1 WR potential for Bradford (or whoever mans the QB position in the future). Their o-line can be fixed with good depth in the 2nd-4th rounds.

TRADE!

5. Raiders: Khalil Mack, Outside Linebacker, Buffalo

The Raiders get screwed a bit with this pick, and select the most talented player left on the board, even if it is a bit of a luxury pick.




6. Falcons: Jake Matthews, Offensive Tackle, Texas A&M

The Falcons don't even let Roger Goodell exit the podium before calling this pick in. they get the best offensive lineman in this draft to protect Matt Ryan to allow him to utilize Julio Jones and Roddy White.


7. Buccaneers: C.J. Mosley, Outside Linebacker, Alabama

A versatile player who has the capability to man multiple linebacker positions in any defense that Tampa Bay's new Head Coach, Lovie Smith may want to implement. One of the most "NFL-Ready" guys in this draft.


8. Vikings: Blake Bortles, Quarterback, UCF

The last of the "top-3" QB's in this class falls to the Vikings and they take him, putting Blake Bortles in a position to succeed with weapons such as Adrian Peterson and Cordarelle Patterson


9. Bills: Eric Ebron, Tight End, North Carolina

This pick gives second year HC and QB duo Marrone and Manual a new weapon to play with and really help in the Bill's passing game.


10. Lions: Mike Evans, Wide Receiver, Texas A&M

The Lions grab a weapon who can help Matthew Stafford be the QB everyone knows he can be as well as draw attention from Megatron and give Johnson some relief.


11. Titans: Justin Gilbert, Cornerback, Oklahoma State

With Alterraun Verner possibly departing the Titans pick up their #1 CB in the draft who has the athleticism as well as size and versatility to succeed in nearly any scheme.


12. Giants: Greg Robinson, Offensive Tackle, Auburn

The Giants need a guy to help protect Eli Manning to give him a shot to bring New York another ring. Luckily for them they get great value with this pick and select a guy who can play left or right tackle and could probably slide inside to guard if absolutely needed as well.


13. Rams: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Free Safety, Alabama

This is the popular pick here, and I don't see a reason to change it up. Clinton-Dix is the best safety in the draft and is a true need as well as fair value. Unless someone moves up to snipe him or if his stock falls (as it very well might in the months leading up to the draft), I don't see this pick changing.


14. Bears: Kony Ealy, Defensive End, Missouri

The Bears get a good run stopper and pass rushing prospect who can be a key piece on the Bears embarrassing defense for years to come


15. Steelers: Darqueze Dennard, Cornerback, Michigan State

The Steelers select one of the 2 premier cornerbacks in this year's crop by taking Dennard. Dennard is a physical and athletic ballhawk who will be a boost to the Steeler's secondary as they take on AJ Green and Josh Gordon twice a year.


16. Cowboys: Timmy Jernigan, Defensive Tackle, Florida State

The Cowboys get a versatile DT in Jernigan who has all the potential in the world. The Cowboys shy away from the undersized Donald and Nix whose size and injury concerns throw them off.


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