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Charlie Campbell's 2014 NFL Mock Draft: Round 1, Picks 1-16

  1. Baltimore Ravens: Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State
    The Ravens missed Anquan Boldin last season and need to get more receiving weapons for Joe Flacco. Steve Smith is on his last legs and may not provide much next season. A receiver like Cooks could cause a lot of mismatch problems on the other side of the field from Torrey Smith.

    Cooks was one of the nation's leaders in receptions and receiving yards in 2013. He was superb for quarterback Sean Mannion. Cooks had 128 receptions for 1,730 yards with 16 touchdowns. He didn't get separation when matched up with Oregon cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu and beat up on a lot of weaker competition early in the season. Cooks finished 2012 with 67 catches for 1,151 yards and five touchdowns.

    The 5-foot-9, 189-pounder is undersized, but he could work as a slot receiver in the NFL. If Cooks weren't so small, he would go earlier. Cooks has the speed to stretch the defense and is very fast in and out of his breaks. Cooks also has excellent hands and is tough.


  2. New York Jets: Odell Beckham Jr., WR, LSU
    The Jets need more receiving weapons. Eric Decker was a nice signing, but New York needs to build up a stable of wide outs.

    Scouts have told WalterFootball.com that Beckham could go late in the first round and won't last long if he falls to Round 2. They love the kind of weapon Beckham could be as a slot receiver.

    Beckham (5-11, 198) has the speed to stretch the field and shown the potential to make game-changing plays. He caught 59 passes for 1,152 yards with eight touchdowns in 2013. Against UAB, the junior returned a missed field goal 100 yards for a touchdown, returned a punt 60 yards for a score and caught five passes for 136 yards and three touchdowns. He had six receptions for 204 yards and three scores against Furman.

    In 2012, Beckham led LSU in receiving with 713 yards on 43 catches and two touchdowns. He averaged 9.1 yards per punt return, too. Beckham had a strong 2011 season for LSU. The true freshman caught 41 passes for 475 yards and two touchdowns.


  3. Miami Dolphins: Zack Martin, OT, Notre Dame
    The Dolphins have to revamp their offensive line before they turn Ryan Tannehill into David Carr version 2.0. Miami general manager Dennis Hickey puts an emphais on high-character players and will avoid drafting players who appear to be thugs, gang-bangers or have any drug issue. Martin fits a need and the player profile.

    In 2013, Martin was excellent for the Fighting Irish. The senior's pass blocking looked better and was extremely reliable. Martin did a tremendous job of blocking Trent Murphy and finished the year with dominant game against Rutgers.

    At the Senior Bowl, Martin did a superb job as an edge blocker in the one-on-ones. While Martin has short arms (32 1/4), he showed that he has the quickness and agility to mirror speed rushers. Martin also is strong for his size with the ability to anchor against bull rushers. With his success late in his senior season and at the Senior Bowl, Martin has given plenty of evidence that he can stay at tackle.

    Martin (6-4, 308) improved over the course of 2012 and was an essential part of the Fighting Irish's success. His run blocking was strong for Notre Dame throughout the year.


  4. Arizona Cardinals: Dee Ford, DE/OLB, Auburn
    The Cardinals need a young pass-rusher to develop behind John Abraham. Drafting a pass-rusher or safety would make a lot of sense for Arizona.

    Sources have told WalterFootball.com that Ford is grading out as a late second-rounder, but teams think that someone will reach for him late in the first round. In 2013, Ford had 29 tackles with 14.5 tackles for a loss, 10.5 sacks and two forced fumbles. He finished the season playing his best football. Ford recorded six sacks with 34 tackles and a forced fumble in 2012. He missed the majority of the 2011 season with a back injury.

    After Aaron Donald, Ford was the most impressive defensive prospect at the Senior Bowl. He had a great week and continued his tremendous play in the game. All week, Ford used his great get-off and quickness to burn edge blockers in one-on-ones. He has the agility to drop his hips and juke tackles to the inside. Ford also has enough upper-body strength to help him break the grip of tackles' hands before using his speed to close in an instant. However, Ford is basically a one-trick pony as a speed rusher.

    The 6-foot-2, 243-pounder projects best as an edge rusher in a 3-4 defense. Ford played defensive end in college, but he doesn't have the size to do that in the NFL. In a 4-3 defense, Ford would have to play as a linebacker who rushes off the edge in passing situations, similar to Von Miller in Denver.

    Pick change; previously Calvin Pryor, S




  5. Green Bay Packers: Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville
    Everybody knows the Packers need safety help. With the play-making receivers in Chicago, Detroit and Minnesota, this need must be fixed for Green Bay.

    The 5-foot-11, 207-pound Pryor is big, physical and has some ball skills. He made some big plays for Louisville in 2013 with 75 tackles, three interceptions, four passes broken up and two forced fumbles. Pryor has speed to go along with his size and can cover a lot of ground in the middle of the field.

    Pryor notched 100 tackles and five forced fumbles in 2012. He was a Second-Team All-Big East selection for that performance. Pryor broke into the lineup as a freshman in 2011 with 43 tackles, two forced fumbles and two interceptions.

    Pick change; previously Ra'Shede Hageman, DT


  6. Philadelphia Eagles: Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State
    The Eagles could go with a corner, a safety or a pass-rusher in the first round. With the safeties and Ford gone, Dennard would be a nice fit as a press-man corner in Philadelphia's 3-4.

    Dennard (5-11, 191) has nice coverage ability along with apparent speed and toughness. In 2013, he recorded 62 tackles with 10 passes broken up and four interceptions. The senior is a physical corner who needs to become more disciplined about his contact to avoid penalties, but he has some press-man ability and is a gritty defender.

    Johnny Adams was expected to lead the Spartans' secondary in 2012, but it was Dennard who was the most impressive defensive back. He had a good year and was a First-Team All-Big Ten selection. The junior recorded 52 tackles with three interceptions and seven passes broken up. Dennard totaled three interceptions, 42 tackles and three passes broken up in 2011.

    Pick change; previously Dee Ford, OLB


  7. Kansas City Chiefs: Xavier Su'a-Filo, G, UCLA
    It sounds like the Chiefs want to take a guard with their first pick after trading down. Xavier Su'a-Filo or David Yankey would make sense for Kansas City.

    Su'a-Filo picked up in 2013 where he left off the previous year. The 6-foot-4, 307-pounder was rock solid for the UCLA in the run game and in pass protection. While the rest of the Bruins' offensive line had some struggles in 2013, Su'a-Filo's blocking in the pass game was steady for Brett Hundley. Because of injuries, Su'a-Filo had to play some left tackle. He did a decent job there, but his NFL future is at guard.

    Su'a-Filo was a force for UCLA in 2012. He had an excellent season as a run-blocker for Johnathan Franklin. Su'a-Filo also was good at providing Brett Hundley with a clean pocket. Su'a-Filo started at left guard and chipped in some time at left tackle because of injuries. He was named a First-Team All-Pac-12 pick by the coaches and media publications.

    Su'a-Filo was out of football in 2010 and 2011 while serving on a Mormon mission. Bruins head coach Jim Mora, Jr. made it an immediate priority to recruit Su'a-Filo back to UCLA. He set a Bruins record in 2009 with 13 starts at left tackle. The true freshman was an honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection and was on numerous All-Freshman teams.


  8. Cincinnati Bengals: Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech
    The Bengals could use more youth at cornerback. Leon Hall suffered his second Achilles injury in 2013, while Terrance Newman and Pacman Jones are aging veterans. Cincinnati could use some youth to pair with Dre Kirkpatrick.

    Fuller has some real upside and ran well enough at the Combine to merit first-round consideration. The 6-foot, 190-pounder doesn't have elite speed, but he has quickness to go along with his size. Virginia Tech is typically a factory for defensive backs, so Fuller enters the NFL with plus preparation after getting playing time for four years. He has some man-coverage skills and experience playing on an island.

    The 2013 season opener against Alabama gave Fuller the opportunity to be extremely impressive. He was excellent versus the Crimson Tide and did a superb job of smothering Amari Cooper in man coverage. Fuller had four tackles, an interception, at least one pass batted away, some good hits and solid play on special teams. He also played well against Georgia Tech with some fantastic run defense. Fuller had a pick and other nice plays against North Carolina, but was beaten on a double-move for a touchdown. The senior recorded 24 tackles, 10 passes batted and two interceptions in 2013.

    As a junior, Fuller totaled two interceptions, five passes broken up, one forced fumble and 52 tackles. He made six starts as a freshman in 2010, recording 32 tackles and six passes broken up. Fuller improved his play in 2011 and started every game. He totaled 65 tackles with two interceptions, one forced fumble and seven passes broken up, along with being a Second-Team All-ACC selection.

    Pick change; previously Darqueze Dennard, CB




  9. San Diego Chargers: Louis Nix, DT, Notre Dame
    The Chargers don't have a starting nose tackle, and Nix would be a nice value in the 20s. Having him eat up double-teams could free up Corey Liuget and the team's edge rushers to get after the quarterback.

    Nix (6-2, 331) was a stud in 2012. He was a disruptive force at the line of scrimmage, and his stats don't illustrate how much he dominated interior offensive linemen. The havoc Nix caused helped Stephon Tuitt and Manti Te'o to make plays. Nix totaled 50 tackles, 7.5 tackles for a loss, two sacks, five passes batted and one forced fumble for the season.

    In 2013, Nix recorded 27 tackles with two tackles for a loss. He played well against Michigan, totaling four tackles and a tackle for a loss, and was very disruptive at the point of attack. Nix started slowly against USC before playing well in the final three quarters. His contribution to the pass rush was greater than the numbers indicate. Nix's season ended early after choosing to undergo knee surgery. He had been playing with a torn meniscus and went to Dr. James Andrews to have the knee fixed.

    Nix is a huge run-stuffer who also can contribute to the pass rush. He should be a safe pick to be a disruptor at the point of attack.


  10. Cleveland Browns: Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M
    The Browns land their quarterback. Obviously, Cleveland won't tip its hand before the draft one way or another, but Manziel could fit Kyle Shanahan's offense.

    The concern that Manziel (5-11, 207) is undersized is being eased by the quality play of some other short NFL quarterbacks. Drew Brees is a dominant force and future Hall of Famer; Russell Wilson has been phenomenal to help disprove the height requirement. Based off the past two seasons, plenty of teams will be willing to overlook the height issue. However, Manziel's maturity is a bigger concern according to sources. Some quarterback-needy teams are afraid to draft him because of the bust potential that stems from his party lifestyle.

    While Manziel's running ability gets a lot of attention, 2013 showed that his passing skills are improved and underrated. Manziel's instincts are off the charts, too. The redshirt sophomore completed 70 percent of his passes in 2013 for 4,114 yards with 37 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. He ran for 923 yards (759 net) with nine scores as well.

    Versus Alabama, Manziel completed 28-of-39 passes for 464 yards with five touchdowns and two interceptions. He ran for 98 yards on 14 carries, too. His impressive performance helped the Aggies light up the Crimson Tide defense to the tune of 42 points, but Texas A&M still lost due to its porous defense. Manziel also had big games against Ole Miss, Auburn and Vanderbilt.

    Manziel took college football by storm in 2012 on his way to winning the Heisman Trophy. The redshirt freshman completed 68 percent of his passes for 3,706 yards, 26 touchdowns and nine interceptions. The first-year starter also ran for 1,571 yards (1,410 net) with 21 touchdowns. Alabama's defense, laden with NFL talent, was incapable of stopping him. Manziel could only get better as he gains experience, unless his off-the-field maturity issues distract him from becoming a good pro.


  11. New Orleans Saints: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
    The Saints land a young receiver. Considering the ages of Marques Colston (31 in June), Lance Moore (31 in August) and Robert Meachem (30 in September), it makes sense that New Orleans would get some young talent to go with Kenny Stills. They also could use one with size to be the replacement for Colston.

    Benjamin was a big-time play-maker for the Seminoles in 2013. Even though other receivers saw more targets, the redshirt sophomore produced a lot of long receptions for Jameis Winston. Benjamin had 54 receptions for 1,011 yards with 15 touchdowns for the year. The 6-foot-5, 240-pounder is a mismatch nightmare with a ton of upside. He has the speed to stretch a defense vertically as he torched Florida and cornerback Loucheiz Purifoy to the tune of 212 yards on nine catches and three scores.

    Benjamin saw his first playing time in 2012. He caught 30 passes for 495 yards with four touchdowns.

    Pick change; previously Marqise Lee, WR


  12. Carolina Panthers: Marqise Lee, WR, USC
    The Panthers could go a lot of directions with this pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. The team needs long-term replacements for Steve Smith and Jordan Gross, as well as help at cornerback. However, free agency is almost forcing Carolina to make receiver the franchise's top priority.

    The Trojans' quarterback play held Lee back in 2013, plus he had a knee injury to deal with. For the year, the junior totaled 57 receptions for 791 yards and four scores. Lee had a rough game against Arizona State since he dropped an easy pass that was intercepted and injured his knee on a punt return. The severe knee strain fortunately didn't damage any ligaments, but Lee missed some time. He flashed his 2012 form against Oregon State (5-105-1) and looked like his old self when he dominated Fresno State in the Las Vegas Bowl (7-118-2).

    When healthy, Lee has the speed to stretch a defense vertically and is a threat to score on any reception. He generally has reliable hands and is a good route-runner. The 5-foot-11, 192-pounder was phenomenal in 2012 and was so dominant that he took over as USC's No. 1 receiver, while Robert Woods served as the secondary option. Lee hauled in 118 receptions for 1,721 yards and 14 touchdowns.

    Lee broke into the starting lineup as a freshman in 2011. He had a big season playing opposite Robert Woods, hauling in 73 passes for 1,143 yards and 11 touchdowns.

    Pick change; previously Kelvin Benjamin, WR




  13. New England Patriots: Stephon Tuitt, DE, Notre Dame
    This pick makes a lot of sense. Vince Wilfork is aging and coming off an Achilles injury, and even asked to be released before re-signing. Youngsters Joe Vellano and Chris Jones have filled in well, but they are smaller tackles and Bill Belichick likes some size in the middle. Tuitt is a great fit for New England. He has the size to play five-technique defensive end in the 3-4 or 4-3 defensive tackle. Tuitt also could eat up blockers to free up the Patriots' linebackers.

    The 6-foot-5, 304-pound Tuitt took college football by storm in 2012. He was a dominant force for the Fighting Irish with his combination of power and surprising quickness. Tuitt got overweight into the 310-320-pound range while rehabbing from surgery over the 2012-2013 offseason. That sapped some of his speed and explosiveness this year, but he still made big plays for his defense.

    In 2013, Tuitt amassed 49 tackles with nine tackles for a loss, 7.5 sacks, two passes batted and a pick-six. He showed off his athletic ability with some pass pressures and a diving interception for a touchdown against Michigan. Tuitt played well against Arizona State with a strip-sack and other pressures.

    Tuitt had his best game of the season versus USC. He dominated the line of scrimmage and had success going against guards and tackles. Tuitt recorded seven tackles with two sacks for his first multi-sack game of the year. He drew a holding penalty and had a lot of other pressures. Tuitt finished 2013 with a strong performance against Rutgers in the Pinstripe Bowl.

    Throughout 2012, Tuitt lived in the backfield. He recorded 12 sacks, 47 tackles and three forced fumbles, plus returned a fumble 77 yards for a touchdown against Navy. Manti Te'o received all the headlines, but Tuitt and Louis Nix were phenomenal for the Fighting Irish. Like the rest of the Notre Dame defense, Tuitt had a disappointing performance in the National Championship against Alabama, but he was playing with a hernia.

    Tuitt could be an excellent fit in the NFL as a 3-4 defensive end. He also could play end in a 4-3 and move inside to tackle in certain situations.


  14. San Francisco 49ers: Bradley Roby, CB, Ohio State
    The 49ers need help at cornerback, and Roby could be a steal if they fix his flaws. San Francisco had success drafting a similar type prospect in Eric Reid last year.

    The 5-foot-11, 194-pounder is an instinctive cover corner who has a knack for big plays. He hurt his draft stock with arrest over the 2012-2013 offseason for a bar fight. 2013 was an ugly season that hurt Roby's draft stock significantly. He shouldn't have come out for the 2014 NFL Draft, but his speed and athletic ability could be enough for him still to be a first-round pick.

    Roby was awesome for Ohio State in 2012. He was one of the nation's leaders in passes defended with 19 total passes broken up - 17 batted away and two interceptions. Roby also recorded 63 tackles, a sack and blocked kick. He had three interceptions, six passes broken up and 47 tackles as a sophomore in 2011.

    2013's games against California and Wisconsin may have hurt Roby's stock even more than his off-the-field issues. He was beaten on a number of receptions by the Golden Bears, including a touchdown. Roby dropped an interception and was nearly beaten for another touchdown, but got lucky that California wide receiver Bryce Treggs dropped the pass.

    Roby was also torched by Wisconsin wide receiver Jared Abbrederis. Abbrederis kept the Badgers in the game as he went over 200 yards receiving, including one touchdown at Roby's expense. Abbrederis would have bested Roby for more points, but Joel Stave couldn't get him the ball. Stave had a terribly thrown pass intercepted by Roby. In the ground game, he had some tackles and slapped away a couple of quick slants.

    Against Northwestern, Roby blocked a punt for a touchdown, but he was beaten for pass plays of 67 yards and 41 yards. Roby had a 63-yard pick-six versus Illinois as the highlight of a mixed outing against the Illini. Roby was injured and missed the bowl opportunity to go against Clemson's Sammy Watkins. Roby totaled 62 tackles, 13 passes broken up and three interceptions in 2013.

    Pick change; previously Kyle Fuller, CB


  15. Denver Broncos: Ryan Shazier, OLB, Ohio State
    Nate Irving didn't pan out and Denver lost Wesley Woodyard in free agency, so the Broncos could get some help in the middle of their defense. They could use a more reliable tackling presence in the front seven as well.

    The 6-foot-1, 237-pound linebacker is extremely fast and instinctive. He has added about a dozen pounds since the end of the season. Shazier needed that weight for the pros, yet maintained his speed as he ran a blistering 40 at his pro day at less than 100 percent. Shazier is a seek-and-destroy linebacker who has the athletic ability to develop into being an asset in pass coverage.

    Shazier opened the 2013 season with seven tackles and a tackle for a loss versus Buffalo. He missed time with cramps and also was burned on a wheel route for a touchdown. The junior played better in other games, including outings against Illinois and Michigan. Shazier had a mixed performance against Clemson. He recorded 143 tackles with 22.5 tackles for a loss, four passes broken up, four forced fumbles and six sacks for the year.

    2012 was Shazier's breakout season as he collected 115 tackles, 17 tackles for a loss, one interception, 11 passes broken up, five sacks and three forced fumbles. He picked up 58 tackles, three sacks and two forced fumbles in 2011.


  16. Seattle Seahawks: Kony Ealy, DE, Missouri
    The Seahawks cut Red Bryant, and Cliff Avril isn't signed long term. Adding a talent to groom for a year makes sense. Ealy would form a nice partner with Michael Bennett and would be a nice replacement for Bryant.

    In 2013, Ealy had 9.5 sacks, 43 tackles, 14.5 tackles for a loss, three forced fumbles, six passes broken up and an interception. The 6-foot-4, 273-pounder has an excellent combination of size and speed. All season, Ealy was tough at the point of attack on run downs and showed his pass-rushing prowess off the edge. He looks like a natural 4-3 defensive end who can stay on the field for all three downs.

    While the Missouri defense was lit up by Auburn, Ealy showed up big with two forced fumbles, three tackles for a loss, one sack and five tackles. From start to finish in the Cotton Bowl, he ended his college career with a big-time presence against Oklahoma State. Early on, Ealy had a pressure to help cause an interception. At the start of the second quarter, he came close to a strip sack from the blind side, but Cowboys quarterback Clint Chelf got the pass off. During the second quarter, Ealy beat the left tackle with an inside rush to get a sack of Chelf. Ealy beat the left tackle with a speed rush and a bit of a rip move a couple plays later to shed a block on the outside before chasing down Chelf for another sack. Ealy had two sacks, six tackles and a pass batted.

    Ealy contributed a decent 2012 season with 37 tackles, 10 tackles for a loss, 3.5 sacks, seven passes batted and a forced fumble.




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