O/A Rank Top-15 Left Tackles
2 Greg Robinson
6 Jake Matthews
11 Taylor Lewan
33 Morgan Moses
43 Cyrus Kouandjio
49 JaWuan James
77 Cameron Fleming
83 Billy Turner
93 Antonio Richardson
94 Jack Mewhort
112 Michael Schofield
113 David Yankey
113 Joel Bitonio
158 Justin Britt
159 Seantrel Henderson
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NFL 2014 Live Mock Draft Round 2
Selections 49-64

2014 NFL Live Mock Draft
May 8-10, 2014


49 NY Jets
Jace Amaro
    Texas Tech
    TE
    Reach/Value:     +22
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
265
Alternate Pick #1
Allen Robinson
Alternate Pick #2
Morgan Moses
Jace Amaro fills a huge need and yet it still feels like John Idzik pulled off a BPA pick. The Jets' lost Dustin Keller in FA last season and although they had a 1-year experiment with Kellen Winslow, it looks like they have finally found his replacement. Geno Smith will be really happy with the versatile Amaro.
Grade: A
50 San Diego
Jeremiah Attaochu
    Georgia Tech
    OLB34
    Reach/Value:     +10
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
252
Alternate Pick #1
Louis Nix
Alternate Pick #2
Morgan Moses
As expected, the Chargers have beefed up the pass rush early in this draft. Trading up ahead of a few 3-4 teams, like Arizona and Green Bay, GM Tom Telesco gets his man here at 50. In some versions of our DRAFTSIM, Attaochu was assigned to San Diego in the 1st Round, so taking him here in the 2nd is certainly a great value. Does this offically spell the end of the Larry English era?
Grade: B+
51 Chicago
Ego Ferguson
    LSU
    DT43
    Reach/Value:     -24
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
315
Alternate Pick #1
Louis Nix
Alternate Pick #2
Kelcy Quarles
The Bears continue with the overhaul of their defense. After starting things off with Kyle Fuller in Round 1, the 51st selection for Chicago is the disruptive Ego Ferguson, defensive tackle from LSU. A 3-technique with a quick first step, Ego has refined several moves for getting past the initial defender. Good pursuit defender and will chew up double teams. Highlight Video
Grade: A
52 Arizona
Troy Niklas
    Notre Dame
    TE
    Reach/Value:     -12
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
270
Alternate Pick #1
Jimmy Garoppolo
Alternate Pick #2
Morgan Moses
The Cardinals had needs at OT, DL, and OLB but decide to go with a raw TE best suited to block. Oh, and he's the 7th (!!!) TE on the 'zona roster now (Ballard, Brackett, Carlson, Fells, Hardy, Housler). Niklas is a converted defensive player with great size and athleticism. He won't be dangerous in the passing game for a while but the potential is there. Still, with players like Ealy, Moses, and Nix still available this pick is a bit confusing. Highlight Video
Grade: C
53 Green Bay
Davante Adams
    Fresno State
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -5
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
212
Alternate Pick #1
Allen Robinson
Alternate Pick #2
Louis Nix
While I've been expecting a wide receiver in Round 2 for the Packers for several months, Adams is a bit of a surprise. With Cody Latimer and Donte Moncrief still on the board, I would have expected one of them. Regardless, Adams gives the Packers a James Jones replacement; a big bodied, good-hands possession receiver to catch those sideline back shoulder passes from Rodgers. Highlight Video
Grade: B
54 Tennessee
Bishop Sankey
    Washington
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
209
Alternate Pick #1
Louis Nix
Alternate Pick #2
Carlos Hyde
The Titans are the first team to select a Running Back, and they picked a good one. Sankey may not have the size of Carlos Hyde, nor the speed of Lache Seastrunk, but he has quick feet, good vision, can break tackles, and can catch the ball out of the backfield. Tennessee moved on from Chris Johnson this offseason, leaving a gaping hole in the backfield. Sankey fills that hole and starts on Day 1. Highlight Video
Grade: A
55 Cincinnati
Jeremy Hill
    LSU
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -44
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
233
Alternate Pick #1
Morgan Moses
Alternate Pick #2
Cameron Fleming
Cincy decides to run downhill with Jeremy Hill. Hue Jackson vowed to run more when he took over as OC. This is a great pick to upgrade the run game for the Bengals. Hill is a power back with the ability to catch the ball as well as make defenders miss. This pick will also help take some pressure off QB Andy Dalton. Highlight Video
Grade: B+
56 Denver
Cody Latimer
    Indiana
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -6
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
215
Alternate Pick #1
David Yankey
Alternate Pick #2
Kony Ealy
Broncos fans will always appreciate Eric Decker's contribution the past few years, but letting the Jets pay him was the correct move. Bringing in Sanders and now Latimer should result in minimal dropoff for the greatest offense in the history of the NFL. WR was not their top need, but it was near the top. Picking up a big, fast possession receiver completes the Broncos' lineup with Feature, Speed, and Slot.
Grade: B



57 San Francisco
Carlos Hyde
    Ohio State
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
230
Alternate Pick #1
Keith McGill
Alternate Pick #2
Pierre Desir
Frank Gore. Kendall Hunter. LaMichael James. Marcus Lattimore. "El Guapo" Hyde too? Odd, but Hyde is a nice replacement for Gore. And James was rumored to be on the chopping block, via trade. This is one crowded backfield, especially considering Lattimore is set to roll after his "redshirt" NFL season. The 49ers have a bunch of talent and picks so it's hard to complain about what they do. However, more secondary help and some insurance at OLB and the DL would have been nice.
Grade: C+
58 New Orleans
Stanley Jean-Baptiste
    Nebraska
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -42
Height:
6'3''
Weight:
218
Alternate Pick #1
David Yankey
Alternate Pick #2
Marcus Martin
Huge upside with the Cornhusker defensive back, who can possibly move to Safety in addition to his usual CB duties. Powerful and athletic, his size will allow him to defend some of the taller, more physical wideouts in the NFL. Might take some time to grow into his role, but the ceiling is potentially very high for this young man out of Nebraska. Highlight Video
Grade: A
59 Indianapolis
Jack Mewhort
    Ohio State
    OG
    Reach/Value:     -35
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
309
Alternate Pick #1
David Yankey
Alternate Pick #2
Keith McGill
The Colts desperately need to increase the size, power and nastiness of the interior offensive line. So what do they do ? They make plans to convert Buckeye OT Jack Mewhort to OG, simultaneously upgrading the OL at two positions with his versatility to move from left Guard to the right side Tackle position in a pinch. Very football-intelligent player, and can ultimately be an important addition to help protect Andrew Luck and improve the running game. Highlight Video
Grade: B+
60 Carolina
Kony Ealy
    Missouri
    DE43
    Reach/Value:     +34
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
273
Alternate Pick #1
Morgan Moses
Alternate Pick #2
Keith McGill
Wow, PantherNation. Gotta say that is a shocker, but is the BPA philosophy at its best. Ealy can play up and down the line and gives us insurance in case we can't re-sign The Kraken. We worked him out and he was in play in RD1 in many Mock Drafts. I actually had him at Pick 28 in one of our Simulations earlier. So our front 7 just got a huge boost. This isn't what we were expecting with Morgan Moses and Allen Robinson available, but this is a high-value pick. I like it. Highlight Video
Grade: B+
61 Jacksonville
Allen Robinson
    Penn State
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +22
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
220
Alternate Pick #1
Scott Crichton
Alternate Pick #2
Kareem Martin
Another value at WR for the Jaguars, who are making it a point to surround Chad Henne, and eventually rookie starter Blake Bortles, with weaponry. JAX now sports Cecil Shorts, Tandon Doss, Marqise Lee, and Allen Robinson at WR, in addition to athletes Denard Robinson and Ace Sanders. Blackmon who? The double-down on wideouts make sense and what a steal at this juncture. Highlight Video
Grade: A
62 New England
Jimmy Garoppolo
    Eastern Illinois
    QB
    Reach/Value:     +18
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
226
Alternate Pick #1
Scott Crichton
Alternate Pick #2
Kareem Martin
This is why the Patriots are the Patriots, right? Jimmy Garoppolo is obviously not a need for the Pats, with that Brady guy sitting atop the depth chart, followed by arguably the best backup QBs in the league, Ryan Mallett. This is one of those picks that we'll look back in 5 years and say "Belichick is a genius", or it will be one of those "I wish they just took a player they needed". Either way, in a passing league, having a plethora of talented Quarterbacks is never a bad thing. Highlight Video
Grade: B
63 Miami
Jarvis Landry
    LSU
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -33
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
204
Alternate Pick #1
David Yankey
Alternate Pick #2
Dakota Dozier
The rumors of Miami seeking a WR prove true, though it doesn't appear that it's a replacement for Mike Wallace. Landry is a prototypical slot wideout with soft hands, steady body control, and great route-running. He is not a speedster that takes the top off of the defense. He will likely replace Rishard Matthews in 2014. Landry made 77 catches for 1,193 yards and 10 TDs for the Tigers last season. Highlight Video
Grade: B-
64 Seattle
Justin Britt
    Missouri
    LOT
    Reach/Value:     -57
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
315
Alternate Pick #1
Morgan Moses
Alternate Pick #2
Louis Nix
This pick came out of left field. Justin Britt looks the part of a prototypical left tackle but most people projected him as a 5th round pick. This is a head-scratcher for me, but he did show up against SEC competition. Pete Carroll always picks who he wants regardless of other peope as seen with Bruce Smith, in 2012. Seahawks follow two great trades and a good draft pick with this mess. ~Rohan Kapur
Grade: D

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1 Jadeveon Clowney
South Carolina
DE43
2 Greg Robinson
Auburn
LOT
5 Johnny Manziel
Texas A&M
QB
6 Jake Matthews
Texas A&M
LOT
8 Mike Evans
Texas A&M
WRF
13 C.J. Mosley
Alabama
ILB
14 Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix
Alabama
FS
16 Odell Beckham Jr.
LSU
WRF
26 Kony Ealy
Missouri
DE43
31 Dee Ford
Auburn
DE43
43 Cyrus Kouandjio
Alabama
LOT
46 Jordan Matthews
Vanderbilt
WRF
47 Dominique Easley
Florida
DT43
49 JaWuan James
Tennessee
ROT
54 Kelcy Quarles
South Carolina
DT43
65 Tre Mason
Auburn
RBF
75 Ego Ferguson
LSU
DT43
80 Zach Mettenberger
LSU
QB
87 Trai Turner
LSU
OG
88 A.J. McCarron
Alabama
QB
91 Jaylen Watkins
Florida
CB
92 Marcus Roberson
Florida
CB
93 Antonio Richardson
Tennessee
ROT
96 Jarvis Landry
LSU
WRF
98 Anthony Johnson
LSU
DT43
99 Jeremy Hill
LSU
RBF
105 Bruce Ellington
South Carolina
WRS
107 Travis Swanson
Arkansas
OC
111 Ed Stinson
Alabama
DE34
120 Adrian Hubbard
Alabama
OLB34
125 Chris Smith
Arkansas
DE43
127 Aaron Murray
Georgia
QB
129 E.J. Gaines
Missouri
CB
134 Arthur Lynch
Georgia
TE
138 Lamin Barrow
LSU
ILB
141 Anthony Steen
Alabama
OG
142 Craig Loston
LSU
SS
143 Avery Williamson
Kentucky
ILB
146 Ronald Powell
Florida
OLB34
156 Daniel McCullers
Tennessee
DT34
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