2014 NFL Draft: Final Prospect Rankings

Posted by Brad On April – 25 – 2014

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Outside of adding the final 50 players to the list there aren’t any major changes to the rankings. As expected these rankings were fairly static since the end of the Combine. Our biggest leaps up the board were with Kyle Fuller, Joel Bitonio, and Phillip Gaines. I really dug in on the cornerbacks because they are a positional group that I’ve missed on in the past. We learn a lot from our past mistakes and I’ve realized the errors of my old ways. In doing so, Fuller and Gaines jumped out at me for very different reasons and earned a re-ranking. For Bitonio, he’s a guy that I spent a lot of time on before the last rankings but really felt I was too low on him. For that reason, he’s been pushed up our board.

For the fallers, Brad Roby is one that sticks out to me (from 11 to 18). Roby’s fall was partially due to the fact that I’ve had this resounding thought that Jason Verrett was the best corner in this class for months, yet had Roby consistently ranked ahead of him. I went back and watched both of them last week and the thought became gospel. Roby is an elite athlete but there are some flaws in his technique, while Verrett is solid all around but lacks size. For those reasons, Verrett is officially our top corner in the draft.

This will be our final update to our rankings for the 2014 draft season. From this point forward I can be judged by these rankings. The booms and busts can be rehashed down the road and the mud slinging can commence on my hits and misses. I didn’t go as deep as normal but the time was invested heavily on those that are ranked here. For that reason, I feel pretty good about the final rankings with very few questions still left unanswered.

For those wondering where the Friday mock draft is, it will be out tomorrow with three rounds for your enjoyment. It will be our last multi-round mock as I begin to hone in on my final submission for the Huddle Report contest.

1. Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn

Why I think he’s deserving: This kid is special. I think he’s maybe the highest ceiling prospect in the entire draft. Sure he’s not an experience pass protector but his skill set suggests with time he could dominate in that area. He’s an NFL-ready run blocker on day one. In our last rankings he was sitting third but his upside is so high that I think he ultimately winds up the best player in this draft – at a premium position

Where he fits: Could play on the left or right side but long-term he’s a franchise LT in my book.

Projection: Top 10 – could go as high as 2 to St. Louis

2. Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina

Why I think he’s deserving: You can question his motor, how much he loves the game, and some of his decisions on and off the field – but you can’t question is freakish ability. He’s just too rare of a find to fall far and his scheme diversity will have all 32 teams interested.

Where he fits: Five, seven, or nine technique. Pick one. He’s a guy you take and plug him into your defense regardless of scheme – all 32 teams would love to have the problem of finding a fit for him.

Projection: Could go as high as one and the floor for me is at 6 with Atlanta. If he makes it past Houston, the trade market at No. 2 with St. Louis could heat up.

3. Khalil Mack, Edge Rusher, Buffalo

Why I think he’s deserving: If all you saw was the Ohio State tape, you’ve seen enough. This kid could play anywhere in the country and dominate so forget about the low level of competition. He’s athletic, physical, has plus instincts.

Where he fits: Weakside backer in a three-man front or strongside LB in a four-man front.

Projection: Top 10.

4. Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson

Why I think he’s deserving: There’s no more dynamic player in the entire draft – maybe outside of John Football. Watkins is a threat to take it the distance with each touch. Has experience playing inside and outside at the collegiate level – the problem will be finding him enough touches at the next level.

Where he fits: As I said, he’s played inside and outside at Clemson and either suits him equally well. He’s a guy that DC’s will have nightmares about trying to keep the ball out of his hands.

Projection: Top 10 – floor is at 10 with Detroit.

5. Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville

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Why I think he’s deserving: Teddy may not provide the highest upside of the 2014 QB’s but one could certainly make the argument that he’s the most ready to play of the bunch.If I were Houston, this would be my guy.

Where he fits: I’d like to see him with a warm weather team, perhaps in the AFC South. His hand size is a bit concerning when you’re talking about Cleveland.

Projection: Could go as high as one and the floor for me is at 8 with Minnesota.

6. Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M

Why I think he’s deserving: Don’t care about the height, the frame, the running around recklessly, or the errant decision-making. Some people were put on this earth to play football and Manziel is one of them. Keep the comparisons, this kid is a game changer. The only reason he’s not my top ranked player is because I question whether he can stay out of his own way enough to be truly great. If he can’t this could be one of my biggest misses, as he has a chance to be an epic nightmare off the field.

Where he fits: Put him on my team any day.

Projection: Top 10 – slim chance he could slide.

7. Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M

Why I think he’s deserving: He comes with those Matthews bloodlines and it shows in his technique. I think he’s a more ready player than Luke Joeckel. Some will say he doesn’t have the upside and that may be true. But if you get what he’s currently at you’d be pretty happy.

Where he fits: Could play any position along the OL, including center. He’s a tackle – left or right.

Projection: Top 10.

8. Aaron Donald, DT, Pittsburgh

Why I think he’s deserving: Donald wins with a combination of burst, leverage, and power. Based on his size limitations, many teams may steer away – at their own risk. You don’t see many instances of Donald losing battles on the interior at Pitt. I think that can carry over to the next level with his active hands, explosive power, and closing burst. One of the bigger movers on our board due to putting size concerns aside.

Where he fits: Ideal 3T in four man front but I wouldn’t rule him out as a 5T, played there some at Pitt.

Projection: Probably goes later than he should…I think he’s a top 10 guy but probably goes in the teens.

9. C.J. Mosley, LB, Alabama

Why I think he’s deserving: I struggle to find much to critique in Mosley’s game. The only downfall may be he has a history with injuries. His athleticism and range make him a truly unique player and his scheme versatility will have all 32 teams wondering where they can best plug him into. Concerns with durability could drop Mosley but I think he’s worth a look earlier than what he’ll probably wind up being drafted.

Where he fits: You could argue that there isn’t a LB position that he couldn’t play and excel in. I think his best fit is on the weakside where he can use his athleticism and instincts to chase the action.

Projection: 1st round, I don’t see him falling out of the top 15 but stranger things have happened.

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10. Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M

Why I think he’s deserving: If Evans runs well in Indy, this will be common place and many will argue he should be the top receiver off the board. For me, it’s neck and neck with he and Watkins. He’s a high pointing artist that doesn’t leave many balls on the turf.

Where he fits: Outside receiver that wins in the vertical game.

Projection: 1st round. Could go anywhere in the 1st and I wouldn’t be shocked. I think beyond 10 – he’s a real value.

11. Zack Martin, OG/OT, Notre Dame

Why I think he’s deserving: My love of versatility on the offensive and defensive front is beginning to show. Martin could play tackle at the next level but I think he’s a Pro Bowl guard that can contribute very early on.

Where he fits: I would worry a bit about some of the more athletic edge rushers in the NFL with Martin at tackle. At guard, I think he dominates from day one.

Projection: 1st round – won’t fall out of the top-20.

12. Anthony Barr, Edge Rusher, UCLA

Why I think he’s deserving: Risk vs. reward. Freakish ability will have teams salivating at the possibilities. That said, he’s green with two years at the LB position. I think you could be getting the next Aldon Smith or the next Aaron Curry, which one only time will tell.

Where he fits: Best fit is as a standup edge rusher in a 34.

Projection: Someone will roll the dice on Barr in the top 12-15 and I wouldn’t blame them.

13. Xavier Su’a-Filo, OG, UCLA

Why I think he’s deserving: Su’a-Filo and Martin were very close for me. There wasn’t much I didn’t like with his game on the inside. He’s moved from left tackle to left guard at UCLA and his calling card is on the inside in the NFL. He’s a guy that could be an immediate starter at LG.

Where he fits: Struggled a bit with speed on the edge at tackle. Ideally suited at LG.

Projection: Probably winds up in the 20’s.

14. Jason Verrett, CB, TCU

Why I think he’s deserving: Jason Verrett is why I read every comment that my readers send in. As DCLifer so aptly pointed out, I’m a bit schizophrenic in my rankings. I’ve fallen victim to underrating certain positions due to size limitations but not others. In my last rankings, I said if Verrett were an inch or two taller he’d be a top CB. That said, I do think there’s a limit but Verrett is just over that limit. He’s scrappy, physical and could wind up being a steal in the draft.

Where he fits: I don’t think it’s wise to pigeonhole him into ‘just a nickel’. That may be his best spot ultimately but he can play on the outside as well.

Projection: 1st round, top 40 at worst

15. Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech

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Why I think he’s deserving: Fuller is the real deal. He is in that second tier of CB’s that will be in consideration at the end of round one, beginning of round two. Love his ability in off-man but his durability keeps his value at a reasonable level.

Where he fits: Best in heavy off man scheme, struggled a bit in zone and press man throughout his collegiate career.

Projection: Late 1.

16. Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State

Why I think he’s deserving: I was a Markus Wheaton fan last year – had him as a 1st rounder since about Mid-October. I’ve been on the Brandin Cooks bandwagon as long as Wheaton’s. Cooks can fly and like Wheaton his spatial awareness/eye tracking make him a tough guard in the vertical game.

Where he fits: His size suggests a slot receiver but I think he can win on the outside in the NFL.

Projection: 1st round.

17.  Brad Roby, CB, Ohio State

Why I think he’s deserving: To say Brad Roby struggled in 2013 would be a gross understatement. Poor showings became a regular this season. That said, I’m banking on that being an aberration going forward. Roby possesses great speed and is physical enough to excel in off or press coverage. I think he winds up being a steal in this draft as he probably can be had in the late first, early second.

Where he fits: His ultimate value may be in the diversity of his skill set, he’s an elite athlete.

Projection: Top 40.

18. Odell Beckham, Jr., WR, LSU

Why I think he’s deserving: Beckham was a guy that I re-evaluated after the Combine. I love Jarvis Landry but Beckham is a flat out playmaker. He’s a guy that I think may be faster than his timed speed. Where I underestimated him previously was his hands and route running. Not just the one-hand grabs that he makes but he consistently catches outside his body.

Where he fits: Beckham can work outside or inside.

Projection: 1st round

19. Jimmie Ward, S, Northern Illinois

Why I think he’s deserving: Let’s get the negatives out of the way, Ward isn’t an elite height, weight, speed guy. Now on to why he’s the best safety in this draft. Ward is an interchangeable piece in the backend. He is one of the better defenders in the entire country when the ball is in the air – has some Jairus Byrd to his game. Where he separates himself from others is he has the instincts of a veteran and you don’t see that from many safeties coming out.

Where he fits: Could play FS or SS but I think he’s probably a FS.

Projection: Top 50.

20. Ryan Shazier, OLB, Ohio State

Why I think he’s deserving: Shazier has safety-like movement skills that allow him to make plays sideline to sideline. OSU brought Shazier more than in previous years and it showed his ability to rush off the edge. He’s never going to be a guy that can fight through the trash and rack up huge tackle numbers. If you’re looking for a guy that can find the alley and blow up plays in the backfield, he’s your guy.

Where he fits: Best fit may be at WLB in a four-man front.

Projection: Top 40.

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21. Marqise Lee, WR, USC

Why I think he’s deserving: Lee was not healthy this season and it showed. He’s battled poor QB play – really for two seasons as Barkley wasn’t great in ’12. I think teams will overlook him because of the injuries, size, and some inconsistencies catching the ball all to regret it very early on. To me, he’s an immediate impact player that could wind up being one of the more productive WR’s in the draft early on. The final piece of my evaluation on Lee was to review four games from ’12. While Lee was ultra-productive in each of the four games, he dropped three catchable balls in those games. Needless to say I’m concerned about how problematic those drops will be at the next level. With that in mind, Lee drops a bit down my board.

Where he fits: Outside receiver that can make plays in the open field.

Projection: 1st round – probably drops because of aforementioned issues and winds up being a steal.

22. Louis Nix III, DT, Notre Dame

Why I think he’s deserving: Nix was a guy that I fully expected to dominate this season and push himself into the top 15 discussion. I didn’t see that domination. His skill set remains a thing of rare beauty with strength to bully, speed to chase quarterbacks, and agility to work down the line. 

Where he fits: Nix is a guy that I caution you to not pigeonhole him into a certain scheme or fit. I’m not sure he can’t kick outside to the 5T – similar feeling I had with Dontari Poe.

Projection: A big man that can move shouldn’t go much lower than 30. If he does, I’m going to assume it’s an injury-related slide.

23. Lamarcus Joyner, FS/CB, FSU

Why I think he’s deserving: I may be a sucker for versatility. I can remember watching Bjoern Werner last year and not being able to take my eyes off of Joyner. His size is an issue – no denying that but a good DC will find ways to use him – ala Tyrann Mathieu.

Where he fits: Your guess is as good as mine. Slot corner that could hang at safety.

Projection: 2nd round but I like him more than most.

24. Jace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech

Why I think he’s deserving: Amaro spent most of his time in the slot or out on the edge but I think he’s strong enough to play inline as well. Amaro’s a mismatch no matter where you line him up and a creative OC will have a heyday with him. I give him the edge over Ebron because I think he’s a little more complete.

Where he fits: Best fit is on the edge or in the slot but his improvements as a blocker were evident.

Projection: 1st round – with New England a strong possibility late in round one.

25. Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois

Why I think he’s deserving: I’m trying to really weigh why I don’t have Garoppolo higher than this ranking. Many will think this is nuts but outside of skittish feet in the pocket, there isn’t much I don’t like with him. He isn’t the biggest or fastest but is above-average in most every category that I would grade a quarterback on. I think if you get this kid in the 2nd round, you are going to be very happy down the road. If he falls any further, than you’ve officially gotten a steal. Give this grade a year or two before you let it marinate.

Where he fits: Could see him excelling in West Coast type system with an emphasis on quick decisions and accuracy.

Projection: Don’t think he’ll make it past Jacksonville’s second round pick and could be a surprise 1st rounder.

26. Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State

Why I think he’s deserving: Dennard is one of the more physical corners in the draft and excels in press coverage. He may be the most well rounded CB in this class with strong coverage skills and excels in run support. The only question with Dennard is how well he can keep up with speed at the next level.

Where he fits: Press corner with physicality to match up against the bigger receivers in the league.

Projection: 1st round.

27. Dee Ford, Edge Rusher, Auburn

Why I think he’s deserving: Dee Ford was the winner of Senior Bowl week. Ford’s speed off the edge gave everyone fits. Gifted with an explosive first step, Ford will excel rushing the passer from day one. He has more pop than I originally thought and could be versatile enough to line up at several spots depending on the front.

Where he fits: I think he’s a guy you line up on the edge and let him get the quarterback, ala Dwight Freeney. I wouldn’t rule out him being a 7 or 9 technique just based on his size. Could also standup as a rush linebacker.

Projection: Top 40, probably jumped into the 1st with an impressive pre-draft process.

28. Deone Bucannon, S, Washington State"Deone Bucannon"

Why I think he’s deserving: Buccanon has elite size and range and probably doesn’t get enough credit for his play as he was hidden a bit at Wazzu. He has an excellent nose for the ball when it’s in the air and brings the lumber when taking on ball carriers.

Where he fits: Ideal SS that has some interchangeable qualities in his game.

Projection: 2nd round but could sneak into the late stages of day one.

29. Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina

Why I think he’s deserving: Eric Ebron came into the 2013 season with some major questions about his hands. While it will remain a concern, his improvement in this area speaks volumes about his work ethic. Aside from improved hands, Ebron is a fantastic athlete and threat after the catch. Ebron will go ahead of Amaro in May’s draft but I’m not sure that he winds up the better of the two players.

Where he fits: Ebron is a willing block so he can be played almost anywhere. He will likely excel split out forcing DC’s to match him up on a LB or S.

Projection: 1st round, floor may be 18 at Jets but I wouldn’t bet against him going higher.

30. Ha’Sean Clinton-Dix, S, Alabama

Why I think he’s deserving: I don’t love this kid as much as some do. While there’s a lot to like in his versatility, he’s a bit too much of a straight-line athlete for me to rank him much higher than this. There’s no doubt he can close and make plays on the ball but I worry about him having to match up with some of the better TE’s and slot guys. Seems a bit tight hipped to be a top 20 safety.

Where he fits: He’s an interchangeable part. Can play SS or FS. I don’t see him excelling tight to the line of scrimmage, may be better suited in the deep half.

Projection: 1st round.

31. Marcus Roberson, CB, Florida

Why I think he’s deserving: Roberson didn’t have a great season in 2013. Struggled through some injuries during his time at UF but skill set warrants a closer look. He’s not the biggest or fastest but I love his instincts and ball awareness skills.

Where he fits: Equally adept in off vs. press. Will have to avoid grabbing receivers down the field.

Projection: Top 40.

32. Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan

Why I think he’s deserving: Lewan was the biggest gainer in the rankings. I still don’t think he’s a top 25 pick in this draft but he’s better than I’ve given him credit for. I questioned his athleticism based on three games. After the Combine I watched more games of Lewan’s and I underestimated his skills in pass protection. His QB’s didn’t do him any favors.

Where he fits: I still don’t think he’s a franchise LT but could make for a solid tackle in the league.

Projection: Top 20.

33. Jared Abbrederis, WR, Wisconsin

Thoughts: I don’t see any glaring holes in Abbrederis’ game. Sure, I’d like him to be an inch or two taller and 20 pounds heavier but if he were, I think we’d be talking about him as a mid-1st round pick. Abbrederis is a consistent catcher of the ball with better speed than many think. His routes are so crisp that he consistently won battles against the best the Big Ten has to offer – including embarrassing Brad Roby. He’s more than just a possession guy. He can win in the slot or outside. I think he surprises some in Indy and jumps up draft boards.

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34. Kony Ealy, DE, Missouri

Thoughts: If you’re in the market for a versatile end that can play the run as well as give you a bit off the edge as a pass rusher, Ealy could be the fit. Ealy doesn’t possess great edge speed but he makes plays with solid technique and strength. I think he’s a 4-3 LE but many are projecting him as a standup LB in a 3-4. I just question him in coverage and whether he’s dynamic enough off the edge.

35. Jarvis Landry, WR, LSU

Thoughts: I’m not comparison guy but I’ve seen Anquan Boldin thrown around with Landry and it makes sense. Landry doesn’t quite have the burst or explosion of this teammate Odell Beckham Jr. but he catches everything and plays bigger than his listed size. Don’t sweat his 40 time, he’s a better player and it could wind up helping a team with him dropping.

36. Blake Bortles, QB, UCF

Thoughts: Obviously I’m not a big Bortles fan. I think if you can afford to wait on him to steady out his mechanics/accuracy issues, you could be happy down the road. The talk of No. 1 overall is ridiculous in my book but stranger things have happened.

37. Carl Bradford, OLB, Arizona State

Thoughts: Carl Bradford is a guy that I strongly considered as a round one prospect. In most year’s he would be in that consideration but the strength of this class keeps him out of the top 32. He’s a prime candidate to go underdrafted and make a team really happy in the near future. It’s impossible to turn on ASU and not take notice of Bradford.

38. Joel Bitonio, OT/OG, Nevada

Thoughts: Bitonio is a candidate to surprise many as he’s a guy that will endear himself to NFL scouts. While he’s not the physical specimen that many expect these days, he’s got good feet and could really excel as a zone-blocking guard in the league. Don’t be surprised when you hear his name called on day one of the draft.

39. Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia

Thoughts: Moses quietly had one of the better seasons for an OT in the nation. Playing in Virginia didn’t help his national recognition but it could keep him under the media radar. NFL teams are fully aware this kid can play and it wouldn’t surprise me a bit if he’s taken late in round one.

40. Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State

Thoughts: If Adams caught the ball more consistently and I was more comfortable with him as an NFL route runner, he’d be in my top 20. Adams potential is through the roof. A team that can afford to get little production for a year or two out Adams could find gold down the road.

41. Derek Carr, QB, Fresno St.

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Thoughts: Derek Carr remains the toughest QB evaluation in this draft for me. There are times I can see the top 10 pick and there are times I’m not sure he’s worthy of a day two selection. This rankings is the happy medium as I think he has the skills to play right away, I’m just not sure about how high his ceiling is.

42. Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State

Thoughts: Allen Robinson has the size that NFL teams covet at the WR position. He had a very fine follow-up season to his strong sophomore campaign. Teams in need of size on the outside could be very happy to make an early round two investment in Robinson.

43. Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State

Thoughts: Justin Gilbert is why I deploy other opinions into my rankings. I was so turned off by Gilbert’s 2012 tape that I didn’t give him a chance. Honestly I’d only watched one 2013 game and thought he was better but not great. A member of NFLF evaluation team reminded me that I said this guy was a top 10 pick after his sophomore season. I’m going to fall somewhere in the middle on this one at just outside the top 40. No doubt he has the size, speed, and skills to warrant a top pick but I worry about his competitiveness and determination to be a great one.

44. Ra’Shede Hageman, DT, Minnesota

Thoughts: Hageman’s athleticism and size are rare but his play if anything but consistent. For 4-5 plays a game he’s on a different planet than those he’s playing against but it’s the remainder of the snaps that I worry about. He can play about anywhere on the DL which is probably the reason he’ll go in the first round.

45. Terrence Brooks, S, Florida State

Thoughts: Brooks won’t blow anyone away with his size or speed but he’s exactly what NFL teams are looking for. Brooks is always in position to make plays – if he made more of them he’d be a first rounder in my book. I expect Brooks to come off the board in the mid-second giving a team a guy that could play right away in the backend.

46. Chris Borland, ILB, Wisconsin

Thoughts: His size will always be the biggest detractor but his game outweighs that in my book. Borland was dynamic rushing the quarterback off the edge and from the interior this season. The question comes down to if he were three inches taller, where would we be talking about him – the answer in my book is a round one LB.

47. Josh Huff, WR, Oregon

Thoughts: Josh Huff remains vastly underrated in my book. He’s built like a RB and runs like one after the catch. I continue to ask myself why I don’t have Huff higher on my board. This one will be one that I may change again before May.

48. Carlos Hyde, RB, Ohio State

Thoughts: Carlos Hyde has everything teams are looking for. Tough inside runner with nimble feet, can catch the ball out of the backfield, and has the patience/vision of all the great ones. In most years, Hyde is a top 30-40 player but talent and positional value probably keep him a great value.

49. Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame

Thoughts: He’s big, physical, and has better than advertised athleticism. I’ve seen some evaluations making this guy out to be a big loaf – I’m not seeing that at all. He’s going to rise up the media draft boards and due time and could wind up a late day one pick.

"Pierre Desir"50. Pierre Desir, CB, Lindenwood

Pierre Desir showed well in the all-star circuit and will be a guy that I wouldn’t be surprised if he continued to climb the closer we get to the draft. His ball skills are off the charts – teams didn’t throw his way in 2013. The only question I have is he doesn’t show a whole lot of aggression in run support. He’ll have to work on that area to become a more complete corner.

51. Dominique Easley, DT, Florida

Thoughts: Without his devastating injury this season, we may be talking about Dominique Easley the same way we are Aaron Donald. Easley’s get-off is spectacular and I think he’s scheme diverse enough that he’ll wind up a steal in the 2nd-3rd round range. If not for major durability concerns he wouldn’t be touched in that range.

52. Cyrus Kouandijo, OT, Alabama

53. Aaron Murray, QB, Georgia

54. Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State

55. Storm Johnson, RB, UCF

56. Kyle Van Noy, LB, BYU

57. Jordan Zumwalt, LB, UCLA

58. Weston Richburg, C, Colorado State

59. Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana

60. Will Sutton, DT, Arizona State

61. Terrance Mitchell, CB, Oregon

62. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington

63. Marcus Martin, C/G, USC

64. Terrance West, RB, Towson

65. Marcus Smith, Edge Rusher, Louisville

66. Timmy Jernigan, DT, Florida State

67. Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville

68. Demarcus Lawrence, Edge Rusher, Boise State

69. Telvin Smith, OLB, Florida State

70. Phillip Gaines, CB, Rice

71. Charles Leno, OT/OG, Boise St.

72. Tre Mason, RB, Auburn

73. Brandon Thomas, OG, Clemson

74. Stephon Tuitt, DE, Notre Dame

75. Bishop Sankey, RB, Washington

76. Bashaud Breeland, CB, Clemson

77. Charles Sims, RB, West Virginia

78. Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon St.

79. Ross Cockrell, CB, Duke

80. Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB, Georgia Tech

81. Christian Kirksey, OLB, Iowa

82. Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska

83. JaWuan James, OT, Tennessee

84. Trai Turner, OG, LSU

85. Jaylen Watkins, CB, Florida

86. Shaq Evans, WR, UCLA

87. Dakota Dozier, OG, Furman

88. Caraun Reid, DT, Princeton 

89. Brock Vereen, S, Minnesota

90. Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt

91. Michael Campanaro, WR, Wake Forest

92. Gabe Jackson, OG, Mississippi State

93. Antone Exum, CB, Virginia Tech

94. Bruce Ellington, WR, South Carolina 

95. Donte Moncrief, WR, Ole Miss

96. Devonta Freeman, RB, Florida State

97. Scott Crichton, DE/OLB, Oregon State

98. Billy Turner, OT, North Dakota State 

99. Chris Smith, DE, Arkansas

100. Robert Herron, WR, Wyoming

101. Isaiah Crowell, RB, Alabama St.

102. David Yankey, OG, Stanford

103. Jack Mewhort, OT, Ohio State

104. Cameron Fleming, OT, Stanford

105. Kareem Martin, DE, North Carolina

104. Brent Urban, DE, Virginia

106. Zach Mettenberger, QB, LSU

107. A.J. McCarron, QB, Alabama

108. Christian Jones, ILB, Florida St.

109. Ka’Deem Carey, RB, Arizona

110. Ego Ferguson, DT, LSU

112. Martavis Bryant, WR, Clemson

113. Ahmad Dixon, S, Baylor

114. Jordan Tripp, OLB, Montana

115. Cyril Richardson, OG, Baylor

116. C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE, Iowa

117. Josh Mauro, DE, Stanford

118. Kevin Norwood, WR, Alabama

119. Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma

120. Trent Murphy, DE, Stanford

121. Lache Seastrunk, RB, Baylor

122. E.J. Gaines, CB, Missouri

123. Preston Brown, ILB, Louisville

124. Antonio Richardson, OT, Tennessee

125. Tom Savage, QB, Pittsburgh

126. Jeremy Hill, RB, LSU

127. Jackson Jeffcoat, DE, Texas

128. Jemea Thomas, CB/S, Georgia Tech

129. Keith Wenning, QB, Ball St.

130. Dexter McDougle, CB, Maryland

131. Kelcy Quarles, DT, South Carolina

132. Taylor Hart, DE, Oregon

133. Dri Archer, RB/WR, Kent St.

134. James White, RB, Wisconsin

135. Devin Street, WR, Pittsburgh

136. DaQuan Jones, DT, Penn St.

137. Will Clarke, DE, West Virginia

138. Anthony Johnson, DT, LSU

139. Keith McGill, CB/S, Utah

140. Walt Aikens, CB, Liberty

141. Ryan Grant, WR, Tulane

142. Shaquil Barrett, OLB, Colorado St.

143. Kendall James, CB, Maine 

144. Trevor Reilly, OLB, Utah

145. Adrian Hubbard, OLB, Alabama

145. Sean Parker, SS, Washington

146. Paul Richardson, WR, Colorado

147. Ronald Powell, OLB, Florida

148. Andre Hal, CB, Vanderbilt

149. Tyler Larson, C, Utah St.

150. Wesley Johnson, OT/OG, Vanderbilt

Best of the rest: Yawin Smallwood, ILB, Connecticut, Dion Bailey, FS, USC, Jon Halapio, OG, Florida, Howard Jones, OLB, Shepherd, Bryce Quigley, OT, San Diego St., Andre Williams, RB, Boston College, Jeremy Gallon, WR, Michigan, Arthur Lynch, TE, Georgia, Crockett Gillmore, TE, Colorado St., TJ Jones, WR, Notre Dame, KaDeem Edwards, G, Tennessee St., Rashaad Reynolds, CB, Oregon St., Shayne Skov, ILB, Stanford, James Hurst, T, North Carolina, Zack Kerr, DT, Deleware, Jonathan Dowling, S, Western Kentucky, Avery Williamson, ILB, Kentucky, Anthony Steen, OG, Alabama, Shamar Stephen, DT, Connecticut, Devon Kennard, OLB, USC, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, OT, McGill, Marion Grice, RB, Arizona St., Richard Rodgers, TE, Cal, Joe Don Duncan, TE, Dixie St., Mike Davis, WR, Texas, Jalen Saunders, WR, Oklahoma, Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers