O/A Rank Top-10 Running Backs
44 Bishop Sankey
49 Carlos Hyde
64 Tre Mason
78 Ka'Deem Carey
94 Jeremy Hill
114 Charles Sims
121 Lache Seastrunk
140 Andre Williams
187 Terrance West
201 Devonta Freeman
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NFL 2014 Consensus Mock Draft
Round 2 - Picks 33-64

CMD #11
April 16, 2014


33 Houston
Derek Carr
    Fresno State
    QB
    Reach/Value:     +6
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
214
Alternate Pick #1
Stephon Tuitt
Alternate Pick #2
Jace Amaro
"Baby you can drive my Carr . . . beep-beep n beep-beep, yeah!" Could deja vu happen all over again? Texans fans no doubt remember the first draft choice of the new franchise, way back in 2002, David Carr. Well, that expansion franchise of 12 years ago had no offensive line to speak of. Younger brother Derek possesses an NFL-caliber arm with the ability to throw any pass, from the deep fade to the tight windows of intermediate routes. His Pro Day earlier this month also gave him the opportunity to exhibit underrated athleticism, lateral agility, and good footwork. Combine those traits with his vision and new HC Bill O'Brien has a strong candidate to develop.
34 Washington
Kelvin Benjamin
    Florida State
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -43
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
235
Alternate Pick #1
Stephon Tuitt
Alternate Pick #2
Morgan Moses
If you take a look at the 30 WRs who were leaders in TDs in 2013, how many would you guess are receivers over 6'1"? 15? 20? 25? Actually, 26 of the top 30 receivers are over 6'1", accounting for 85% of the touchdowns among this group. In contrast, shorter receivers dominate yardage gained. So, what do these figures mean for the Redskins? Well, even though the Redskins' passing attack seems to be stacked with the additions of Jackson and Roberts to Reed and Garcon, only Reed is over 6'0". The addition of Kelvin Benjamin would give the Redskins an Alshon Jeffrey-type receiver to add to this group and will make the Redskins a dangerous team in the red zone, not just in between the 20s.
35 Cleveland
Morgan Moses
    Virginia
    ROT
    Reach/Value:     -4
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
314
Alternate Pick #1
Jeremiah Attaochu
Alternate Pick #2
Antonio Richardson
The Browns have needs at Guard, ILB, CB, and Safety to address. Depth at Right Tackle is also a need, but shouldn't be addressed this early. Should the Browns trade back up into the first round? Absolutely, according to our Interactive Trade Value Chart. Trade the RD2#35 and the RD4#127 picks to Seattle (RD1#32) for Guard Xavier Su'a-Filo! No other team enjoys the trade flexibility that the Browns do. It's time to flex those trade muscles, targeting players of interest as the draft unfolds. The Browns could be involved in as many as three draft-day trades, and this trade would land the draft's best pure Zone Blocking Scheme (ZBS) Guard. ~Mike Sudds, Browns Analyst
36 Oakland
Allen Robinson
    Penn State
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -4
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
220
Alternate Pick #1
Jordan Matthews
Alternate Pick #2
Jace Amaro
The addition of James Jones to the unproven receiving corps of the Silver & Black was a helpful addition for incoming quarterback Matt Schaub. However, Jones is not a true #1 receiver and, while Denarius Moore, Andre Holmes, and Rod Streater have all shown promise in their young careers, there does not appear to be that true top target for the former Texan in need of a restoration of confidence. If Oakland misses on such a target in Round 1, expect McKenzie to evaluate Robinson and others with that goal in mind. If rounds 1 and 2 play out like this, DT, CB, and a QB of the future will be at the top of the draft board.
37 Atlanta
Antonio Richardson
    Tennessee
    LOT
    Reach/Value:     -11
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
336
Alternate Pick #1
Cyrus Kouandjio
Alternate Pick #2
Jace Amaro
When your franchise QB was sacked 40 times in 2013 and starting OT Lamar Holmes allowed 10 of them, a high draft choice will most likely be invested on improving the offensive line. Pro Football Focus graded the Falcons' OL equally inept at both running and pass protection, a negative 41 score for each category. "Tiny" (helluva nickname for a man-mountain) showed explosiveness at Tennessee's Pro Day with a 31" vertical and 9'4" broad jump (easily top 5 numbers for OL prospects at the Combine) and, with NFL coaching shoring up his technique, should be a mainstay in the Falcons' OL for years to come.
38 Tampa Bay
Scott Crichton
    Oregon State
    DE43
    Reach/Value:     +7
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
273
Alternate Pick #1
Dee Ford
Alternate Pick #2
Jordan Matthews
Some months ago Scott Crichton was a name that would regularly populate the #38 spot in our weekly mock drafts. Since that time, Offensive Guard has claimed the #1 need spot with the Free Agent signing of Michael Johnson at DE. First Round OGs were popular, and are now in short supply. Our DRAFTSIM projected Martin, Yankey, and Su'a-Filo at 19, 27, and 32, and with the workout injury to Brandon Thomas, an OG at #38 would be a big reach. The Bucs will lose Adrian Clayborn and Da'Quan Bowers to Free Agency after the 2014 season, so help at DE is needed. Scott Crichton gets the nod here (Scouting Report), although Dee Ford is still on the board and may cause arguments in the war room.
39 Jacksonville
Dee Ford
    Auburn
    DE43
    Reach/Value:     +7
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
252
Alternate Pick #1
Trent Murphy
Alternate Pick #2
Jordan Matthews
After missing out on the talented Jadeveon Clowney, having Defensive End Dee Ford fall to them with the 39th pick should be considered a steal. The First Team All-SEC performer is considered by most as a 1st Round talent. The former Auburn D-End turned heads all season, especially at the Senior Bowl where he was easily the most disruptive player on the field, recording 2 sacks and a batted pass to earn MVP honors. Ford's quickness and initial burst is unmatched and should translate well to the NFL. Ford should be an ideal fit as the "Leo" backer in Gus Bradley's system. The recent FA signings and the addition of Dee Ford should make this D-Line one of the best in the AFC South.
40 Minnesota
Jace Amaro
    Texas Tech
    TE
    Reach/Value:     +14
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
265
Alternate Pick #1
Bashaud Breeland
Alternate Pick #2
Kyle Van Noy
I know what you're thinking: "Jace Amaro?!? This Vikings analyst must have been smoking the good stuff before he allowed some BS like this to happen! Am I right?" Yes, this is certainly an unconventional pick. However, is it really that terrible of an idea? I don't think so. In fact, I kind of like this pick. Having both Amaro and Rudolph on the field would create some mismatches with the defense. Also, with a young and/or unproven quarterback at the helm, giving them the opportunity to throw to the ball to one of Greg Jennings, Rudolph or Amaro, or hand off the ball to Adrian, should make their job a lot easier. Maybe its not such a crazy idea after all?



41 Buffalo
A Seferian-Jenkins
    Washington
    TE
    Reach/Value:     -12
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
267
Alternate Pick #1
Trent Murphy
Alternate Pick #2
Bishop Sankey
After protecting EJ in RD1, the Bills brass bring redzone nightmare Seferian-Jenkins into the fold. This versatile TE provides the most experience in varied alignments of all draftable TEs (wide, slot, in-line, even backfield at times), while being the most unpredictable (almost half of the time his catches came from in-line). A third reason this pick works for the Bills is his deep-threat ability in Hackett's 3-tier system, as Chandler is more (or less) an underneath guy. Finally, Seferian-Jenkins has the lowest drop percentage among the "Big Four" TEs, ensuring that he'll become EJ's best bud.
42 Tennessee
Ra'Shede Hageman
    Minnesota
    DE34
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
310
Alternate Pick #1
Jeremiah Attaochu
Alternate Pick #2
Bishop Sankey
Though it may not be ideal for Tennessee to draft back-to-back defensive linemen, Hageman offers way too much value at this point of the draft. A player with Top-15 potential, Hageman is incredibly explosive, using his size and speed to collapse the pocket and create pressure in the backfield. His ideal spot may be as a 3-technique pass-rusher in a 4-3 scheme, but he also has good power, which is a necessity to excel at 5-technique Defensive End, which is where he would play in Horton's scheme. Though wouldn't play immediately, as Jurrell Casey plays the same role, Casey is a Free Agent after the 2014 season, so it's essential to be prepared if Casey were to leave.
43 NY Giants
Jordan Matthews
    Vanderbilt
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
212
Alternate Pick #1
Kelcy Quarles
Alternate Pick #2
Davante Adams
Giants pass catchers. The four tight ends currently on the roster combined for 10 catches last year. Wide receiver is in a little better shape than TE, but is still filled with question marks outside of Victor Cruz. Matthews is the new mold of WR at 6'3 212 pounds with 33.25" arms and 10 3/8" hands. A Jerry Rice relative, Matthews racked up 1,477 yards receiving this year with 7 touchdowns and will provide the Giants with a big, reliable target who should help cure some of their red-zone defeciencies. Swing over to Draft Breakdown to check out a host of Jordan Matthews films. His presence will allow Victor Cruz to spend more time in the slot where he's at his best.
44 St Louis
Deone Bucannon
    Washington St
    FS
    Reach/Value:     -32
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
211
Alternate Pick #1
Davante Adams
Alternate Pick #2
Paul Richardson
Deone Bucannon possesses a skill set Rams coach Jeff Fisher demands from his safeties: the range and speed to play a center fielder-type role, combined with the strength and tackling ability to play in the box. Bucannon is a difference-maker, a safety who consistently made big plays throughout his collegiate career. In addition to his highlight-reel hitting ability, Bucannon intercepted 15 passes and forced 7 fumbles in four seasons at Washington State. He's best compared to Eric Reid, a first-round pick last year, who made the Pro Bowl as a rookie.
45 Detroit
Kyle Van Noy
    BYU
    OLB43
    Reach/Value:     +4
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
243
Alternate Pick #1
Trent Murphy
Alternate Pick #2
Jackson Jeffcoat
Van Noy has found a home at this pick unless the Lions make a play for Khalil Mack or draft Anthony Barr in the first round. In that case, Detroit would hit the "Reset" button and look at DE Trent Murphy, ILB Shane Skov, DT DaQuan Jones, or CB Bashaud Breeland. This is the second consecutive pick that Detroit would love to trade out of, and defense should continue to dominate the Lions' draft strategy. For now, we have to assume that the versatile Van Noy will rejoin his best friend and roommate from BYU, Ziggy Ansah. ~Mike Sudds, Lions Analyst
46 Pittsburgh
Stephon Tuitt
    Notre Dame
    DE34
    Reach/Value:     +18
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
304
Alternate Pick #1
Davante Adams
Alternate Pick #2
Paul Richardson
The lucky Steelers once more get one of their top players at a position of need here in the second. Tuitt has a first round grade and is the only top D-Line prospect the team has brought in for a visit. Tuitt's potential has been masked by a couple of injuries. A hernia in mid-2012 affected him for the end of that season and the beginning of the next. A stress fracture prevented him from participating fully at the Combine and also at Notre Dame's Pro Day. A healthy Tuitt 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.
47 Dallas
Trent Murphy
    Stanford
    DE43
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
250
Alternate Pick #1
Jackson Jeffcoat
Alternate Pick #2
Bishop Sankey
Let's invest some more in the DL, shall we? Anthony Spencer was paid the franchise tag for a non-participatory season due to injury and DeMarcus Ware is now a Denver Bronco. Will Tyrone Crawford come back from injury? George Selvie is a nice rotational piece who came off the sofa to contribute in 2013, but the rest of the DE roster is filled with guys named Fred. Trent Murphy played snaps at OLB34 for Stanford, but showed much better burst with his hand on the ground. "Tough and ornery" descriptions of Murphy are much-needed attributes on the Dallas defensive line.
48 Baltimore
Bishop Sankey
    Washington
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     +11
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
209
Alternate Pick #1
Carlos Hyde
Alternate Pick #2
Bashaud Breeland
The hopes of Ravens fans would take a hard hit if, as this draft plays out, Stephon Tuitt JUST misses falling to Baltimore in Round 2. Still, adding Bishop Sankey would be a boost for a running game that operated with efficiency that would draw the scorn of the U.S. Post Office. Ray Rice's offseason woes merely confirm what observers could see on the field last season- that it is time for the once-elite back to be removed as the featured back of the Ravens' attack. Whether or not it is Sankey and regardless of whether it occurs in Round 2, I fully expect the team to take one of the draft's elite backs giving Gary Kubiak the final skill player needed to upgrade the offense.

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

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Top-40 Players
Psn
12 Anthony Barr
UCLA
DE43
16 Marqise Lee
USC
WRF
26 Xavier Su'a-Filo
UCLA
OG
31 Brandin Cooks
Oregon State
WRS
32 Scott Crichton
Oregon State
DE43
40 David Yankey
Stanford
OG
44 Bishop Sankey
Washington
RBF
50 Paul Richardson
Colorado
WRF
52 A Seferian-Jenkins
Washington
TE
56 Shayne Skov
Stanford
ILB
60 Marcus Martin
USC
OC
70 Will Sutton
Arizona State
DT43
72 Josh Mauro
Stanford
DE34
78 Ka'Deem Carey
Arizona
RBF
79 Trent Murphy
Stanford
DE43
87 Keith McGill
Utah
CB
110 Dion Bailey
USC
SS
112 De'Anthony Thomas
Oregon
RBC
115 Taylor Hart
Oregon
DE34
118 Josh Huff
Oregon
RBC
125 Boseko Lokombo
Oregon
OLB43
126 Morgan Breslin
USC
OLB34
131 Cameron Fleming
Stanford
ROT
137 Ed Reynolds
Stanford
FS
142 Terrance Mitchell
Oregon
CB
143 Deandre Coleman
California
DE34
146 Shaq Evans
UCLA
WRF
153 Trevor Reilly
Utah
OLB34
162 Carl Bradford
Arizona State
OLB34
170 George Uko
USC
DT43
181 Xavier Grimble
USC
TE
185 Rashaad Reynolds
Oregon State
CB
193 Devon Kennard
USC
OLB34
196 Cassius Marsh
UCLA
DE43
204 Colt Lyerla
Oregon
TE
212 Tyler Gaffney
Stanford
RBF
222 Alden Darby
Arizona State
SS
225 Ricky Havili-Heimuli
Oregon
DT34
226 Jake Murphy
Utah
TE
232 Marion Grice
Arizona State
RBF
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