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

Last update: Monday, May 5, 2014. Round 7 added.
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  1. Baltimore Ravens: Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville
    The Ravens spent last year’s first-round pick on a safety, but they’ll strongly consider doubling up if they can get Calvin Pryor. Darian Stewart is currently favored to start next to Matt Elam, and he was a Rams’ cast-off. That should tell you how dire the situation is.

    *** OTHER 2014 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Odell Beckham, WR – It’s no secret that the Ravens want an upgrade at receiver. They may not be able to land Beckham at this spot, as many have once thought.

    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: Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina
    This looks stupid because I had the Jets taking Eric Ebron in my NFL Not Draft, but I’m starting to come around to it. Sure, Ebron could go to the Bills or Lions at Nos. 9 or 10, but tight ends aren’t usually selected as high as expected. For example, Tyler Eifert was supposed to go in the teens last year, but he made it into the 20s. That’s why Ebron could be available at this juncture. If he is, the Jets will probably pounce on him because they are very interested in him.

    *** OTHER 2014 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Odell Beckham or Brandin Cooks, WRs – The Jets need offensive weapons, both at receiver and tight end. Both Beckham and Cooks are strong options if they are 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.

    Pick change; previously Odell Beckham, WR

  3. Chicago Bears: Kyle Fuller, CB/S, Virginia Tech
    The Bears will be going with the top defensive player available who makes sense for them, and by my estimation, that’s Kyle Fuller. This regime has drafted players who can be utilized at multiple positions, and Fuller definitely fits the bill. He’s a natural cornerback, but he can also be used at safety, which is a huge need for Chicago. Chris Conte’s ineptitude was quite apparent in the win-and-in season finale versus the Packers.

    *** OTHER 2014 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, S – I had Clinton-Dix going to the Bears for a while. He fills a need and fits what Phil Emery looks for in a prospect.

    2. Ra’Shede Hageman, DT – Many believe the Bears covet Aaron Donald, but the Pitt product doesn’t have the size Emery covets. Hageman does, so he might be a more realistic option.

    Pick change; previously Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, S

  4. Arizona Cardinals: Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State
    This selection may not make much sense on the surface because the Cardinals just signed Antonio Cromartie to start across from Patrick Peterson. However, Arizona usually picks the top player on its board, and that could easily be Darqueze Dennard. Also, Cromartie was signed to just a 1-year deal, so Dennard could be the starter in 2015 and beyond.

    *** OTHER 2014 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

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

    2. Ra’Shede Hageman, DE/DT – Arizona needs a successor for Darnell Dockett. I mocked Hageman to the Cardinals a bunch of times.

    Pick change; previously Kony Ealy, DE/OLB



  5. Green Bay Packers: C.J. Mosley, ILB, Alabama
    The Packers could address the defensive end, linebacker or safety position at No. 21. Of those positions, C.J. Mosley is the best player available despite Charlie Campbell’s report in the draft rumor mill that says Mosley is expected to go much later than most think. Green Bay just needs more speed in the middle of its defense to combat the scrambling quarterbacks it hasn’t been able to stop.

    *** OTHER 2014 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Ryan Shazier, ILB – Inside linebacker is a need for the Packers. They may want to go with Shazier if they don’t like C.J. Mosley as much.

    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.

    *** OTHER 2014 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Kyle Fuller, CB/S – The Eagles need both a corner or a safety. Kyle Fuller can play either position. He has the size Chip Kelly likes.

    2. Trade Up – Philadelphia is a candidate to move up. Mike Evans has been discussed, but he’ll probably be too costly. The Eagles could trade up for Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Odell Beckham or Anthony Barr.

    Pick change; previously Kyle Fuller, CB

  7. Kansas City Chiefs: Xavier Su’a-Filo, G, UCLA
    The Chiefs would like to select a guard, but they can probably do so after trading down. They just signed Jeff Linkenbach, but I’m told that they view the former Colt as a backup. Right guard is a huge hole.

    *** OTHER 2014 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Marqise Lee, WR – The Chiefs are likely to trade down. If they stay put, they may consider Lee as a future No. 1 receiver.

    2. Trade Down – As discussed, Kansas City wants to move down. Joel Bitonio and David Yankey are other guard options.

  8. Cincinnati Bengals: Bradley Roby, CB, Ohio 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.

    Bradley Roby was recently arrested and has some other character issues, but the Bengals are one of the teams that don’t care about stuff like that.

    *** OTHER 2014 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    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.

    *** OTHER 2014 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Darqueze Dennard or Jason Verrett, CBs – 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. Verrett is also an option.

    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: Carlos Hyde, RB, Ohio State
    I expect more hate mail from Browns fans for this, but oh well. Marqise Lee and Morgan Moses would be great fits at this juncture, but I know the Panthers and Redskins covet both players and may trade up for them. Thus, Cleveland is left with an in-state running back.

    The Browns signed Ben Tate, but they can’t rely on him to stay healthy. It appears as though they agree with that, given that they didn’t pay him very much. The Vikings once chose Toby Gerhart in the second round with Adrian Peterson on the roster, so Cleveland could take Carlos Hyde at No. 35 (or No. 26 if there are no other options).

    *** OTHER 2014 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Brandin Cooks or Marqise Lee, WRs – A receiver would obviously be in play for the Browns if they don’t take Sammy Watkins or Mike Evans at No. 4. They need a receiver across from Josh Gordon.

    2. Darqueze Dennard or Jason Verrett, CB – The Browns could also use a better second corner to pair with Joe Haden.

  11. New Orleans Saints: Jason Verrett, CB, TCU
    The Saints addressed their hole at safety with Jairus Byrd, but they still have some issues at cornerback. Jabari Greer was recently released, as he was coming off a torn ACL. Champ Bailey was signed, but he’s just a short-term potential fix. Jason Verrett, who had a solid showing at the Combine, is a great fit for Rob Ryan’s defense.

    *** OTHER 2014 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    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. Cody Latimer, WR – With Marques Colston constantly banged up and Lance Moore gone, New Orleans needs a receiver. Latimer has the size Sean Payton likes.

  12. Carolina Panthers: Marqise Lee, WR, USC
    The Panthers’ receiving corps is a joke right now. They’re so desperate for a wideout that they may have to as Nate from the Play 60 commercials to catch passes from Cam Newton (as posted in my April Fools Mock Draft). They almost have to go with a wideout in the first two rounds.

    *** OTHER 2014 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Cody Latimer or Brandin Cooks, WRs – Other receiving options. The Panthers would have to move up for Cooks. Latimer fits this range.

    2. Morgan Moses or JaWuan James, OT – The Panthers may choose to draft a tackle instead. The position is a huge need in the wake of Jordan Gross’ retirement.



  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.

    *** OTHER 2014 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    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.

    *** OTHER 2014 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    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: Ryan Shazier, LB, Ohio State
    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. Ryan Shazier ran a 4.36 at his Pro Day, and I know that one team in the 20s is very high on him, so the Broncos should be happy to land him at No. 31.

    *** OTHER 2014 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. C.J. Mosley, LB – Linebacker is a huge need for the Broncos, so here’s another option.

    2. Kony Ealy, DE – Denver lost Robert Ayers and Shaun Phillips this offseason, so a defensive end is a possibility despite the DeMarcus Ware signing.

  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.

    *** OTHER 2014 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    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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