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Trades

Vikings: 2nd pick Rams: 8th pick, 40th, and 1st round in 2015

Titans: 5 pick Raiders: 11 pick, 42nd pick

Chargers: 16 pick Cowboys: 25th pick, 57th pick

Texans: 27th pick Saints: 33rd pick, 101st pick

1 - HOU: Jadeveon Clowney, DE , South Carolina
Bill O'Brien is pretty livid the GM would not take a QB at the number 1 pick, however Clowney is a freak athlete and by far the best prospect in the NFL draft this year. JJ Watt + Jadeveon Clowney= Top 10 defense again.
2 - MIN: Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida
Trade: The Vikings have a new coach and need a QB of the future and when you get a new coach he always brings in "his" guy. Bortles is a big physical QB similar to BIG Ben in Pittsburgh with the arm strength and accuracy you need to win in the NFL.
3 - JAX: Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M
The Jaguars find Gus Bradley's Russel Wilson for Jedd Fitch's offense. Johnny Football will finally bring some excitement to a team that seems always on the cusp of being blackout on TV.
4 - CLE: Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State
It is the Cleveland Browns and no Kevin Costner is not here to save them. There is a ton of talk about teams loving Derek Carr believing if the fix his foot work he will be a top QB in the league. Derek Carr is an athletic QB with pretty good overall talent who reminds people of Tony Romo some however he throws off his back foot a lot which is not good.
5 - TEN: Khalil Mack, LB , Buffalo
Trade: The Titans are moving into a 3-4 defense now with Ray Horton at the helm. Khalil Mack has all of the ability and reminds me of a Von Miller type pass rusher with great coverage skills as well which will greatly help the transition to a 3-4.
6 - ATL: Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn
Losing out of Khalil Mack and Jadeveon Clowney really hurt the Falcons but they will fix their offensive line which did not help Matt Ryan at all last year after the loss of Tyson Clabo. Greg Robinson is a big athletic man who can start at the RT for the first few years then transition into their man main at LT. Steven Jackson loves this pick as well since Robinson anchored that Auburn rushing attack this year.
7 - TB: Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson
Mike Williams being traded to the Bills basically sealed this pick to either be Watkins or Evans. Watkins is that explosive WR this teams needs to stretch the field with Vincent Jackson being so slow but a great pass catcher.
8 - STL: Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M
Tavon Austin last year and now Mike Evans this year will be a huge upgrade for Sam Bradford passing attack this coming year. Mike Evans is a big down field threat WR who should fit perfectly with Austins pass catching and WR screens playmaking ability.
9 - BUF: Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M
Cordy Glenn is talented but e is too big to play the LT in this offense and with this pick would lead him to shifting to RT his real position in the NFL. Matthews has the pedigree to be great in the NFL and should be the Bills LT for the next 10 years protect EJ Manuel who was sacked too many times especially when this team runs the ball so much.
10 - DET: Anthony Barr, LB, UCLA
The Lions will look to convert Barr into a DE playing on the opposite side of Ansah and will greatly benefit with how already powerful this defensive line is already. Barr is a good athlete who works hard at his craft and could play the weak side end to greatly increase this pass rush.
11 - OAK: Aaron Donald, DL , Pittsburgh
The Raiders made some thrifty pick ups in free agency this year however, this team needs more from pass rushers this year and Aaron Donald could give this defensive line some needed youth and speed. Donald was Pitts work horse and was the most disruptive inside force in the NCAA football since Suh. If Donald had better measureables he would be a top 5 pick easy.
12 - NYG: Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan
Eli Manning was running for his life the whole last season which greatly hurt his numbers this year. Lewan had some off season problems but he is the best player available and greatly helps their offensive line.
13 - STL: Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix, FS, Alabama
The Rams already have a solid young safety in Mcdonald but they could use a ball hawking free safety like HaHa.
14 - CHI: Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville
The Bears defense has greatly missed a ball hawking safety since Daniel Manning left to Houston a few years back. Pryor has a knack for being around the ball and can bring the boom when you come across the middle.
15 - PIT: C.J. Mosley, OLB, Alabama
This fits the mold of the way the Steelers seem to draft and how they always get a solid player to fall to them at their spot. Mosley has all of these past injury issues however pairing him with Timmons could greatly help this rush defense.
16 - SD: Darqueze Dennard, CB , Michigan State
Trade: The chargers need some big help from their corners while Derek Cox can not be relied upon to stay healthy for a full season. Dennard is perfect for this man to man 3-4 scheme that the Chargers like to implement.
17 - BAL: Zack Martin, OT, Notre Dame
Losing Michael Oher to the Tennessee Titans means the Ravens need offensive line and Zack Martin his ready to fill his shoes plus he can play guard is needed as well.
18 - NYJ: Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina
The Jets added Decker and have Kerley plus Hill for WR's now but they still have Sudfield as their starting TE at this moment. Eric Ebron is a freak athlete at TE and could actually become a Julius Thomas with more up side.
19 - MIA: Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia
The Dolphins need more offensive line help ASAP besides Albert and Pouncey. Moses can play RT for the offensive line and be really productive especially in the run game.
20 - ARI: Ra'Shede Hageman, DL , Minnesota
Darnell Dockett is getting up there in age and in salary so the Cardinals should be looking to groom his replacement sooner rather than later. Hageman would fit perfectly with this defense and could use the year to groom behind Docketts tutelage.
21 - GB: Louis Nix, DT, Notre Dame
Raji is on a one year deal and could be gone next year so the Packers need to find his replacement now. Nix is a big monster in the middle and a huge run stuffer similar to what they have in Raji but for cheaper.
22 - PHI: Marqise Lee, WR , USC
Losing Desean Jackson and Jason Avant this team needs to replenish their WR corps especially with Maclin coming off an ACL injury. Marqise Lee gave Chip Kelly fits in Oregon and we know he likes to take players he knows a great deal about in the draft.
23 - KC: Brandin Cooks, WR , Oregon State
Bowe is an ok WR but they need another explosive player besides Charles who was basically the whole team last year. Cooks is a dynamite athlete who could also help the special teams game as well.
24 - CIN: Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State
Newman is old, Pacman is more a special teams ace, Leon Hall injury prone, and Dre Kirkpatrick still needs more time to see. Justin Gilbert was a stud at OSU and a very good coverage corner with great speed and instincts.
25 - DAL: Kony Ealy, DL , Missouri
The Cowboys need defensive line help badly and Kony Ealy could be a interesting pick for Marinelli to groom either weak side end or add a few pounds if Henry Meltons option is not picked up next year.
26 - CLE: Bradley Roby, CB , Ohio State
Joe Haden is a great corner in this league however on the opposite end its nothing but average. Roby who played with Ohio State would fit in perfectly with this 3-4 defense the Browns are planning to play.
27 - HOU: Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville
Trade: His Pro day and not doing anything at the combine really hurt his stock bad this year. But, Bridgewaters tape will keep him a first round pick unlike Geno Smith.
28 - CAR: Odell Beckham, WR , LSU
We better see back to back WR's picks from the Panthers because they have nobody at that position. Beckham is a pretty good Percy Harvin type WR with quick hands and good burst.
29 - NE: Tim Jernigan, DT, Florida State
This rush defense needs to get better and with getting Vince Wilfork back will greatly help that but this team also needs added pass rush from the interior and Jernigan could do that playing next to Wilfork and Chandler Jones.
30 - SF: Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech
The 49ers have taken a big hit in their secondary losing a bunch of players the last two years in free agency. Fuller is a solid corner who is tall and is a better zone corner than man to man because he lacks strength
31 - DEN: Ryan Shazier, LB , Ohio State
Woodyard gone this team needs to get better at the LB position after addressing many needs on the defense in free agency already. Shazier will become a good will linebacker in Jack Del Rio's 4-3 defense.
32 - SEA: Dee Ford, DE , Auburn
The Seahawks continue to build on their already really good pass rushing unit. Dee Ford stock dropped a bit because of no Combine but his pro day helped him a bit.

User Comments

Monday, April 14, 2014 6:39 PM
Average -- saints would get more than an early 4th rd pick if trading out of the first rd
Monday, April 14, 2014 6:51 PM
Excellent -- Wow. Love it
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 7:48 PM
-- 27th Pick worth 680 and 33rd pick,101st pick are worth 676 so at most they would add a 7th round pick if any at all.


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