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56 Carlos Hyde
65 Tre Mason
79 Ka'Deem Carey
99 Jeremy Hill
115 Charles Sims
123 Lache Seastrunk
147 Andre Williams
174 Terrance West
182 Devonta Freeman
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NFL 2014 Live Mock Draft Round 2
Selections 33-64

2014 NFL Live Mock Draft
May 8-10, 2014





Red player info boxes represent actual picks. Blue info boxes mean that the picks are mock draft projected picks.


   - Checkmarked picks represent Drafttek correct prognostications

33 Houston
Xavier Su'a-Filo
    UCLA
    OG
    Reach/Value:     +4
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
307
Alternate Pick #1
Derek Carr
Alternate Pick #2
Jimmy Garoppolo
The #2 Guard prospect drops to Houston's first pick in the 2nd Round! Yes, I know Wade Smith made the Pro Bowl in 2013, but the 11-year veteran is a UFA. Man-mountain Brandon Brooks plays the power right side, looks to me like there is always a place for a guard who had the footwork to get to the 2nd level. What better place for Su'a-Filo to earn his cleats than playing next to perennial Pro Bowler Duane Brown?
Grade: A-
34 Dallas
Demarcus Lawrence
    Boise State
    DE43
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
251
Alternate Pick #1
Timmy Jernigan
Alternate Pick #2
Kony Ealy
Dallas re-signed Anthony Spencer to a cap-friendly 1-year contract; however, he will be ready NOT for OTA's, NOT for the start of Training Camp, but HOPEFULLY for part of the pre-season games. Potential low risk/high return signing, but still does not address the loss of DeMarcus Ware. So another Demarcus enters the picture, one with the quickness and explosion to wreak havoc from the perimeter.
Grade: A-
35 Cleveland
Joel Bitonio
    Nevada
    OG
    Reach/Value:     -6
Height:
6'4
Weight:
304
Alternate Pick #1
Marqise Lee
Alternate Pick #2
David Yankey
Geez, Browns fans, wouldn't it be nice to have Sammy Watkins on the roster? Oh, well...Anyway, the Browns miss on Su'a-Filo, but take an all-purpose O-lineman in Bitonio. It was Bitonio who shut out Anthony Barr with malice aforethought. He went on to be a Combine darling. We expect Bitonio to be a Day-1 starter at one of the Guard positions.
Grade: A
36 Oakland
Derek Carr
    Fresno State
    QB
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
214
Alternate Pick #1
Marqise Lee
Alternate Pick #2
Timmy Jernigan
Whether Schaub can get over "Pick 6" disease remains to be seen. However, what is not up for debate is that he does not have too many years left. Derek Carr has the talent to be a long-term answer at QB, and he is a good value pick here in RD2. However, with Hageman, Jernigan, and Ealy available here to address a DL in need of depth and youth, this may not be the best "need filler" for a team trying to get better immediately.
Grade: A-
37 Atlanta
Ra'Shede Hageman
    Minnesota
    DE34
    Reach/Value:     +9
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
310
Alternate Pick #1
Jeremiah Attaochu
Alternate Pick #2
Lamarcus Joyner
And this is the reason Dimitroff does not reach, nor does he feel the need to trade up. Ra'Shede Hageman was the anchor on Minnesota's defense in 2013 and here he is in the 2nd Round. ProFootballFocus was painfully blunt in their assessment of the Atlanta Falcons' defense during the 2013 season: -8.9 in run defense, -44.4 in pass rush, and -35.1 in pass coverage for an UN-grand total of -70.6 in total defense.
Grade: A-
38 Tampa Bay
A Seferian-Jenkins
    Washington
    TE
    Reach/Value:     -21
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
267
Alternate Pick #1
Jimmy Garoppolo
Alternate Pick #2
Timmy Jernigan
A 5-Star recruit out of college, it was clear early on that Seferian-Jenkins had the potential to be a great NFL player. He's had a few character questions that have surfaced throughout his college career, which is the main reason the Bucs were able to snag him here in the 2nd Round. If they can keep him disciplined off the field and keep a fire in his belly on it, they'll have one helluva player for years to come. Add him in with Jackson and Evans and that's a downright scary trio!
Grade: B+
39 Jacksonville
Marqise Lee
    USC
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +14
Height:
192
Weight:
6'0"
Alternate Pick #1
Allen Robinson
Alternate Pick #2
Jordan Matthews
WR was a big need for JAX since Blackmon is expected to miss most, if not all, of the 2014 season. There were questions about Lee's health throughout the draft process, as well as his propensity for failed catches (drop rate of 12.3%). However, his production in 2012 shows what he can do with competent QB play (which the Trojans did not have in 2013). If both Bortles and Lee reach their potential (of course, a BIG if) then Jacksonville won't be the butt of all jokes.
Grade: A
40 Detroit
Kyle Van Noy
    BYU
    OLB43
    Reach/Value:     -5
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
243
Alternate Pick #1
Kony Ealy
Alternate Pick #2
Terrence Brooks
After taking the controversial Eric Ebron in RD1, the Lions get defensive, and grab the top OLB43 on the board. It was Van Noy who was DE Ziggy Ansah's roommate and Mentor at BYU. Now, Ziggy can return the favor. This is a sample that shows Van Noy's popularity. Welcome to Motown, Kyle!



41 St Louis
Lamarcus Joyner
    Florida State
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -9
Height:
5'8"
Weight:
195
Alternate Pick #1
David Yankey
Alternate Pick #2
Allen Robinson
After standing pat and fortifying the trenches in the First Round, the Rams trade up three spots to select Joyner. A perfect fit for the Rams' defensive schemes under Gregg Williams. The Rams' biggest needs entering the Second Round were slot corner and free safety. The hard-hitting Joyner has the versatility to play both positions. Look out for the Rams' defense this season! Highlight Video
Grade: B+
42 Philadelphia
Jordan Matthews
    Vanderbilt
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -4
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
212
Alternate Pick #1
Allen Robinson
Alternate Pick #2
Donte Moncrief
As had been the case for the last 6+ weeks in our DRAFTSIM models the Eagles go WR in Round 2 after picking a defensive player (OLB Smith) in Round 1. While Matthews doesn't have the upside of some of the other WRs previously selected, he gives Philly exactly what they needed: a big (6-3, 212) target that catches everything. He's the possession WR Foles and Co. were lacking. Highlight Video
Grade: B+
43 NY Giants
Weston Richburg
    Colorado State
    OC
    Reach/Value:     -35
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
298
Alternate Pick #1
Jace Amaro
Alternate Pick #2
Timmy Jernigan
The #2 Center Prospect on our Big Board, it's somewhat surprising to see Weston Richburg drafted before Marcus Martin. However, with Center being arguably the only hole on the OL for the Giants, it's not overly surprising to see them address the position this early in the draft. A bit under-sized to start with, Richburg might need an extra year or two to adjust to the NFL, but he's a tough kid who's not afraid to get his nose dirty - just the type of lineman the Giants like.
Grade: B-
44 Buffalo
Cyrus Kouandjio
    Alabama
    ROT
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'7"
Weight:
322
Alternate Pick #1
Kony Ealy
Alternate Pick #2
Jace Amaro
Chris Hairston looked broken last summer at St. John Fisher, although he tweeted that he's okay. Doug Whaley trades down a tad, re-gaining a later-round pick spent on Mike Williams and snaring competition for Hariston for protection for EJ. With his knee cleared, Kouandjio represents value here. His lightness on his feet is reminiscent of his former linemate D.J. Fluker. Those pining for AS-J here can blame T-Bay.
Grade:A
45 Seattle
Paul Richardson
    Colorado
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -21
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
175
Alternate Pick #1
Timmy Jernigan
Alternate Pick #2
Morgan Moses
Seattle trading down twice gave them the 108th, 111th, and 227th picks in the draft and still addressed the Wide Receiver position. Paul Richardson is just what Petel Carroll wanted the perfect blend of size and speed. He averaged and mind numbing 41.8 yards per scoring reception. No secret Seattle wanted a big reciever with some speed and they got it with Richardson. Highlight Video~ Rohan Kapur
Grade: A (for the trades and pick)
46 Pittsburgh
Stephon Tuitt
    Notre Dame
    DE34
    Reach/Value:     +16
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
304
Alternate Pick #1
Allen Robinson
Alternate Pick #2
Keith McGill
Great value here on possibly the best 5-technique in the draft. Tuitt was slowed by a hernia in mid-2012 and held out of the Combine with a stress fracture. A healthy Tuitt, however, is a force to be reckoned with as evidenced by his 23 tackles, 2.5 sacks, and 5 tackles for loss in the last 5 games of 2013.
Grade: A
47 Washington
Trent Murphy
    Stanford
    OLB34
    Reach/Value:     -50
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
250
Alternate Pick #1
Morgan Moses
Alternate Pick #2
Jeremiah Attaochu
Trent Murphy, at 6-5, 250 lbs., brings some youth and a high-motor to the Skins' 3-4 scheme. Originally thought to be heading to a team that employs the 4-3, Murphy will be able to show his athleticism on the outside. Solid run defender and opposing defensive coordinators will ultimately have to keep him in their game-planning focus.
Grade: A
48 Baltimore
Timmy Jernigan
    Florida State
    DE34
    Reach/Value:     +29
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
299
Alternate Pick #1
Morgan Moses
Alternate Pick #2
Bishop Sankey
Newsome is a known value drafter, and Jernigan represents great value at #48. He is a strong, talented DL, but there is a real question regarding fit. Schematic fit, conditioning, and a failed drug test make this a head scratcher, especially with the running game needing to be addressed and Morgan Moses still available.

Traded Round 2 Picks:
San Francisco gets Kansas City 2nd Rounder (Alex Smith trade)

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O/A Rank PAC-12 Conference
Top-40 Players
Psn
12 Anthony Barr
UCLA
DE43
22 Brandin Cooks
Oregon State
WRS
25 Marqise Lee
USC
WRF
29 Xavier Su'a-Filo
UCLA
OG
37 David Yankey
Stanford
OG
51 Bishop Sankey
Washington
RBF
52 Scott Crichton
Oregon State
DE43
57 Marcus Martin
USC
OC
59 A Seferian-Jenkins
Washington
TE
63 Keith McGill
Utah
CB
66 Paul Richardson
Colorado
WRF
77 Cameron Fleming
Stanford
ROT
79 Ka'Deem Carey
Arizona
RBF
82 Shayne Skov
Stanford
ILB
86 Will Sutton
Arizona State
DT43
97 Trent Murphy
Stanford
DE43
103 Josh Mauro
Stanford
DE34
113 De'Anthony Thomas
Oregon
RBC
116 Taylor Hart
Oregon
DE34
119 Dion Bailey
USC
FS
132 Josh Huff
Oregon
RBC
135 Ed Reynolds
Stanford
FS
137 Boseko Lokombo
Oregon
OLB43
139 Morgan Breslin
USC
OLB34
144 Deandre Coleman
California
DE34
150 Terrance Mitchell
Oregon
CB
163 Trevor Reilly
Utah
OLB34
171 George Uko
USC
DT43
172 Cassius Marsh
UCLA
DE43
176 Shaq Evans
UCLA
WRF
177 Xavier Grimble
USC
TE
186 Carl Bradford
Arizona State
OLB34
193 Colt Lyerla
Oregon
TE
195 Tyler Gaffney
Stanford
RBF
203 Devon Kennard
USC
OLB34
209 Jake Murphy
Utah
TE
220 Marion Grice
Arizona State
RBF
221 Rashaad Reynolds
Oregon State
CB
228 Ben Gardner
Stanford
DE34
244 Richard Rodgers
California
TE
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