2014 NFL Mock Draft: Round 1 - Picks 17-32

Last update: Thursday, May 8, 2014. Final update posted, 6:05 p.m.
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  1. Baltimore Ravens: Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina
    There was a recent report on our NFL Draft Rumors page linking Eric Ebron to the Ravens. I also heard from another source that Baltimore has interest in the North Carolina tight end.

    It makes a lot of sense. Gary Kubiak loves his tight ends, and he only has one reliable tight end on the roster right now. Owen Daniels was signed, but he's been very injury-prone recently. Besides, he was brought on for only a 1-year contract.

    Like the Steelers, Baltimore usually tends to catch a falling prospect. Tight ends often are chosen later than most anticipate, so Ebron could be the 17th pick.


    1. Calvin Pryor, S - The Ravens like Calvin Pryor, so they will strongly consider him if Ebron is off the board.

    2. Trade Down - Ozzie Newsome loves moving down. This could be another target spot for the 49ers to trade up.

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  2. New York Jets: Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville
    The Jets desperately need offensive weapons because all they really have is Eric Decker, but they're also in bad shape when it comes to the secondary. Cornerback is the position everyone looks at, but the safeties might even be worse. This was evident last year when the Jets brought in a decrepit Ed Reed. That plan failed, so New York might be willing to draft a solution if either one of the top options are available. Both actually happen to be, and Calvin Pryor seems like the better fit for Rex Ryan's defense.


    1. Brandin Cooks, WRs - The Jets need offensive weapons, both at receiver and tight end. Cooks is a strong option if he is available.

    2. Darqueze Dennard or Kyle Fuller, CBs - If New York doesn't go offense, corner is the other option. Rex Ryan is desperate for one after what transpired in free agency.

    3. Eric Ebron, TE - Ebron is the other option, but it'll be tough for him to get by both Pittsburgh and Baltimore - assuming the Bills, Lions or Rams don't take him.

  3. Miami Dolphins: JaWuan James, OT, Tennessee
    The poor Dolphins are desperate to land Zack Martin - or really, any first-round offensive line talent - but they're all off the board. Martin's long gone, and Miami would have to move up to No. 11 to obtain him. That's unlikely to happen.

    The offensive line is still a strong option, however. The team has a first-round grade on JaWuan James, as the Tennessee blocker is viewed as a "plug and play" prospect who could improve Ryan Tannehill's protection.


    1. Zack Martin, OT/G (trade up) - Perhaps the Dolphins will be bold and will move up for the player they love.

    2. Eric Ebron, TE - Tight ends tend to go later than most anticipate, so Ebron is a possibility.

  4. Arizona Cardinals: Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida
    For those who don't think the Cardinals will use the No. 20 selection on a quarterback, Carson Palmer actually told the media that he expects his team to go with a signal-caller early in the draft. There were also some reports published in the NFL Draft Rumors page linking Arizona with a quarterback at this juncture.

    If Arizona decides to pick a signal-caller at No. 20, Blake Bortles makes the most sense. He and Derek Carr are the best fits for Bruce Arians' offense. Bortles would be a major steal.


    1. Ryan Shazier, ILB - The Cardinals lost Karlos Dansby in free agency, so here's a potential replacement.

    2. Darqueze Dennard, CB - Dennard could be the best player on Arizona's board. Antonio Cromartie is signed on for only one year.

  5. Green Bay Packers: Ryan Shazier, LB, Ohio State
    The Packers could address the defensive end, linebacker or safety position at No. 21. Of those positions, Ryan Shazier is the best player available. I've had C.J. Mosley here for a while, but Shazier fits what the Packers want to do, which is to add more speed to combat the scrambling quarterbacks they've had issues with over the past couple of years.


    1. Kyle Fuller, CB - Fuller has the athleticism and size the Packers look for in their defensive backs.

    2. Kony Ealy, DE/DT - The Packers want to get faster on defense. Kony Ealy would help put more pressure on Colin Kaepernick.

  6. Philadelphia Eagles: Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana
    Some may consider this a reach, but others believe Cody Latimer can sneak into the first round. He just makes the most sense here for the Eagles. There aren't any defensive players remaining who fit the range and what Chip Kelly is looking for. The best player on the board who happens to be a good match for Philadelphia happens to be Latimer, a big, fast receiver Kelly would love to have in his offense.


    1. Kyle Fuller or Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, CB/S - The Eagles need both a corner or a safety. Kyle Fuller can play either position. He has the size Chip Kelly likes. Unfortunately, he's not expected to be available. I had Clinton-Dix here in my previous update. I'd say it's 50-50 whether he's here or not. If he is, he would be the pick.

    2. Marqise Lee, WR - Another receiver option, since Chip Kelly is very familiar with him.

  7. Minnesota Vikings: Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State
    TRADE! In my second predicted deal, the Vikings give up their initial third-round pick to move up from No. 40 to 23. The Chiefs, as we've been saying for months, are desperate to move down. Minnesota, meanwhile, wants its quarterback. The team is high on Derek Carr (and Blake Bortles), but will have to jump in front of Cleveland to land either.


    1. Xavier Su'a-Filo, G - The Chiefs want Xavier Su'a-Filo via a trade, but they may take him at No. 23.

    2. Marqise Lee, WR - The likely pick if the Chiefs stay put.

    Pick change; previously Demarcus Lawrence, DE/OLB (No. 40)

  8. Cincinnati Bengals: Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State
    Mike Zimmer did a great job of getting the most out of Terence Newman and Pacman Jones, but he's moved on to be the head coach in Minnesota. The Bengals will have to compensate with some new corners. Darqueze Dennard is one of the top prospects available.


    1. Kyle Fuller or Darqueze Dennard, CBs - The other corner possibilities for the Bengals.

    2. Kony Ealy, DE - Cincinnati has some other options, including Ealy as a potential replacement for Michael Johnson.

  9. San Diego Chargers: Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State
    The Chargers found a gem in Keenan Allen, who was outstanding last year despite being a third-round rookie. However, San Diego has little else at receiver, so it'll need to give Philip Rivers another weapon to work with. Perhaps the front office will go with a wideout even earlier in this draft.


    1. Darqueze Dennard, CB - The Chargers are desperate for secondary help. If one of the top three corners are available, they may not waste much time handing in their card.

    2. Louis Nix, NT - I've had Nix for a while here, but I've soured on that selection. It's still a possibility, but I feel like San Diego goes elsewhere.

  10. Cleveland Browns: Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville
    The Browns have been linked to all of the quarterbacks. It now appears as though they won't be choosing one at No. 4, but they can probably get Derek Carr or Teddy Bridgewater with this selection. If so, it would be the right move, as either could sit behind Brian Hoyer for a year without much pressure.


    1. Derek Carr, QB - The other quarterback option.

    2. Marqise Lee or Brandin Cooks, WRs - The Browns will likely take a receiver here if they go quarterback at No. 4.

    Pick change; previously Derek Carr, QB

  11. New Orleans Saints: Marqise Lee, WR, USC
    The Saints could use another receiver. Marques Colston disappointed this season prior to the Carolina victory, yet he's still New Orleans' top option by a wide margin. Lance Moore was cut this offseason.


    1. Ryan Shazier or C.J. Mosley, ILBs - David Hawthorne has been a disappointment thus far. The Saints may want to bring in a new inside linebacker.

    2. Marcus Martin, C - The Saints like Martin a lot. I have them taking him in the second round, but it wouldn't surprise me if he went here.

    Pick change; previously Jason Verrett, CB

  12. Carolina Panthers: Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia
    The Panthers have to be disappointed that all of the tier-two receivers are off the board. They could go with Kelvin Benjamin, Cody Latimer or Allen Robinson, but there will be plenty of those types of wideouts available in Round 2. Instead, they could address another huge hole. There's a massive void at left tackle in the wake of Jordan Gross' retirement.


    1. Joel Bitonio, OT/G - It seems as though the Panthers will select Bitonio, Moses or Marqise Lee.

    2. Cody Latimer or Brandin Cooks, WRs - Some receiving options. The Panthers would have to move up for Lee or Cooks. Latimer fits this range.

  13. New England Patriots: Ra'Shede Hageman, DE/DT, Minnesota
    There are only a limited amount of players available at this juncture who fit what Bill Belichick has traditionally looked for in prospects. One such individual is Ra'Shede Hageman, who would fill a big need in the interior of the defensive line. The Patriots don't have much of a pass rush in that area, but that would change with the addition of Hageman.


    1. Louis Nix, NT - Hageman isn't the only defensive tackle the Patriots would consider. Nix also makes a ton of success as a future replacement for Vince Wilfork.

    2. Weston Richburg, C - The Colorado State center fits the profile of linemen Bill Belichick has drafted over the years. He'd also fill a big need.

  14. Tennessee Titans: Kony Ealy, DE, Missouri
    The Titans don't really have many pieces for the 3-4, which includes exterior pass-rushers and five-technique defensive linemen. Kony Ealy can probably play both, though he may be a better fit for the latter position. Regardless, he would upgrade Tennessee's defense, giving it a pass-rusher to help combat Andrew Luck.


    1. Justin Gilbert, CB - I mentioned Gilbert earlier in the San Francisco write-up.

    2. Anthony Barr, DE/OLB - The other option if the Titans stay at No. 11. Once again, they need players for their new 3-4.

  15. Denver Broncos: C.J. Mosley, ILB, Alabama
    Wesley Woodyard signed with the Titans, but he looked out of place trying to play middle linebacker. Paris Lenon is a disaster. This is an area Denver may want to upgrade to help improve its defense, which couldn't get off the field in the Super Bowl. C.J. Mosley is expected to fall during the draft because he's damaged goods, but the Broncos may not care because they want to win now. They won't be as concerned about his long-term health issues as other teams would be.


    1. Ryan Shazier, LB - Linebacker is a huge need for the Broncos, so here's another option.

    2. Jason Verrett, CB - A nickel corner the Broncos need in the wake of Chris Harris' injury.

  16. Seattle Seahawks: Joel Bitonio, OT/G/C, Nevada
    This pick may surprise some, but remember that the Seahawks chose Bruce Irvin in the middle of the first round a couple of springs ago even though most had Irvin as a Round 2-3 player. Joel Bitonio simply fits what Seattle looks for in a prospect, and he would fill a major void at right tackle. Bitonio can play any position up front, including center, so Seattle will love his versatility.


    1. Ra'Shede Hageman, DT - Hageman has the size and speed that this Seattle regime covets. I'm sure the Seahawks would love to have another interior pass rusher.

    2. Cody Latimer, WR - Another big, athletic player. Latimer would fill another need; a receiver has to be added following Golden Tate's departure.

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Lee (Anonymous Poster)
9 month(s) 23 day(s) ago - hide
Looking back at this... you nailed this draft. 8 direct hits is unreal.
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Looking back (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 0 month(s) ago - hide
8 in round 1, 13 in total and an unheard of three correct picks in round 7. That's crazy. I count the player going to the right team as a correct pick, even if it's not the exact selection. Getting McDougle, Brown and Blanchflower in the 7th round is pretty impressive. 
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2014 NFL Picks (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 6 month(s) ago - hide
Can't wait for the complete list of 2014 NFL picks.
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coach (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 8 month(s) ago - hide
Somebody must missed kedrick rhodes in draft surprised he hasn't been called for a nil tryout look at his pro day stats in 40 mph wind speed come on man
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coach (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 8 month(s) ago - hide
How does a t team miss on a great athlete like running back Kendrick Rhodes out of west alabama
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Mark100 (Anonymous Poster)
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<p>Any one think Houston's new Regime might have made a blunder by not trading up from 33 to 25 to grab Manziel once he started to fall ?</p><p>What would it have caost a 4th ? 3rd at the most ? In this deep draft a NT could have been taken later ?</p><p>It would have been thought a coup that Houston would score both Clowney and Manziel with out having to trade much ? Wasn`t it stated Houston was split on Clowney and Manziel at the 1st pick ? Didn`t the Owner and others like Manziel the home town guy at a position of need ?</p><p>1st major Blunder by the new Regime ? Fritz for the year ? really ? ya pissed off Johnson already he knows what Fritz means ?</p><p>How many 12- 9 games does Houston think their D can win ?</p><p></p>
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Confused (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide

I thought SF had two pick in 2nd round. Their normal pick and the 2nd rounder from KC for ALEX SMITH trade.

Maybe I'm misunderstanding something but the way I read it your mock draft is already doomed.

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JoshT (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide

Walt used one of those 2nd Rounders to move up to #11 in this mock.....BUT that didn't happened (thankfully), so we still have (2) 2 Round picks.  Now we need to move up to get Matthews/Latimer/Robinson/Moncrief!

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dolphan1 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide

@joshT ... really you think SF needed to save the 2 2nd rnd picks.. oh maybe I forgot theyre rebuilding so just save those picks stock uo on late rndrds (sarcasim) 

Last years tock pile wasn't enough

9ers really upset me

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JoshT (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide

Uh, no dolphan.  I'm glad they didn't move to get Beckham, because he's the most overrated player in the draft.

I WISH the Niners had used their plethora of picks to move up in the 1st to get a real CB (like Fuller or Dennard), and then move up again in the 2nd to select a WR of the future!

Instead they draft 12 players, when there's NO WAY 12 rookies will make a team which is already loaded...smh.

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Mark100 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 8 month(s) ago - hide

Agree with Josh T. Sanf is close and could have made a few moves to get a CB or burner WR ?

12 players from this draft aren`t making their Roster ?

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Mark100 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 8 month(s) ago - hide

Houston had a good drat of big uglies. That said with Manziel dropping to 26 one would wonder why the Texans didn`t trade up from 33 to 25 and grab him ? It was said the Texans were split leading up to the draft between Clowney and Manziel for the 1st pick ? They could have had the home grown hero at a position of need for a 4th or at the most a 3rd ?

Now they are going a season with Fritz ? They still could have gotten a NT later ? How many games is the D going to be asked to win 12- 9 ?

I think before the draft if Houston was asked would you be happy if you could have Clowney and Manziel with having to trade much they would have grabbed it ?

If Manziel turns out to be special and no one knows at this point this could have been a major Blunder by the new  Regime ?

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JoshT (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide
Walt, are you going to give Draft grades out this year?...just curious what you think of the picks.
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Bears Fan (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide
Well Walt you got me. I never thought the Bears would draft secondary in the first. It is a rare occasion. I thought Mosely and you called him damaged goods. You said Mosely would be lucky to be drafted in the first. I said top 20. I hope you and my Bears were right but Newsome is not a bad GM. Go Fuller!! Even though the only shot you have at starting is at safety. Ferguson and Sutton will start day one and Carey will play every game. It might just be me but isn't it a little odd that your your late round picks have a better chance of playing than your first rounder?
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Thomas Reddy (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide
2014 NFL Draft Results and Grades for Each Team for Round 1 and who I chose in the mock with links to my published mock drafts in Yahoo.

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finfan2222 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide
this is the closest mock draft this year...  good job, and from now on I come here to get my information...  wow. You even called the JaWuan James pick....  
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GoNYGoNYGo (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide

Just an overall comment on how scary close you were with your Jets picks.  I don't recall anyone else picking Pryor. While you didn't tab the second round pick you got the position right. And you even nailed their 3rd round pick, McDougle but you had him going in the 7th ;)

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Lee Smith (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide
Walter... I tried to tell you that you had no clue what you were talking about in reference about the Titans and this "Huge Need" At CB! And what gets me is your the one doing these mocks year in and out, But you fail to remember they drafted the year before to address the fact that Verner was in the last year of his deal. Blidi Wreh-Wilson is better than anyone outside of Gilbert maybe, And I had no problem with him being mocked there, Just the "Huge Need" part of it.
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Lee Smith (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide

And the bad thing is now theres tons of fans who think we failed to fill this "Hole on the roster due to media driven banter. Terrible I tell you. lol

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Jacob (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide
No D Bucannon was drafted by the Cards
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CashCon (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide
FYI...  You have D Bucannon going in the 3rd round of your re-draft.  He was chosen in the 1st round by the Niners.
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Jason (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide
Actually 27 for Cardinals, but yeah, any longer and possibly a 49ner
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dolphan1 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide

49ers could have give up this years 2 2nd rnds and a next year pick and move up and get watkins Gilbert evans or just move up a bit for pryor dix or dennard

That's just crazy

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dolphan1 (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide

@walt ty for mocking james to miami, jinxed miami.. lolol what a reach

And 49ers will never win a SB or even make a NFC championship ever again.  Because when you have so many picks in the later rnds, that's a teams fire power to move up. And SF is only a player or 2 off of making a SB, but just sitting not doing nothing, sounds like they're lazy or just cheap. Gotta pay for top talent and they had it in they're power to move up in the top 5

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Footballguru (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide
If you think that Stephen Robertson, a runner up for the Walter camp award won't be drafted, you don't know football
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Cycu (Anonymous Poster)
1 years 9 month(s) ago - hide
So after trading up to grab Gilbert you're telling us that "The Browns are rumored to be looking into a cornerback early; they need an upgrade across from Joe Haden"
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