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KENTOG No Trade Mock Draft v1.0

Texans

Teddy Bridgewater

QB

Louisville

Bill O'Brien nabs his QB to make an immediate impact. Bridgewater would be the beneficiary of a fantastic 1/2 punch in Andre Johnson/DeAndre Hopkins.

Rams(Via WAS)

Jadeveon Clowney

DE

South Carolina

Jeff Fisher gets another Joker D-Lineman and nabs the best player in the draft. Clowney assumes the 3-Tech and if the Rams move on from Chris Long moves to DE.

Jags

Johnny Manziel

QB

Texas A&M

The Jags grab their favorite QB off the board in an effort to finally move on from the nightmare that was Blaine Gabbert.

Browns

Sammy Watkins

WR

Clemson

The Browns, now that their desired QB is gone, nab the top Wideout on the board to go across from Josh Gordon.

Raiders

Blake Bortles

QB

Central Florida

The Raiders have tons of needs, but end up finally settling on a QB. Pryor would be a sort of "change of pace" QB while Bortles adjusts to the NFL game and eventually becomes their franchise player.

Falcons

Jake Matthews

OT

Texas A&M

The Falcons nab arguably the best OT in the draft in order to protect Matt Ryan. Matthews immediately slots into either T spot and shores up one of the worst lines in the NFL

Bucs

Anthony Barr

OLB

UCLA

With Lovie Smith in town, the Bucs go for the prospect with the most immediate impact and upside at the same time. Barr would bring an immediate pass rushing threat and would be given plenty of opportunity to work on coverage skills.

Vikings

Khalil Mack

OLB

Buffallo

The Vikings attempt to fix a horrific defense with arguably the best 4-3 OLB in the draft. Mack is a tackling machine and should prove an invaluable assett in moving forward.

Bills

Mike Evans

WR

Texas A&M

The Bills have many needs, WR is just the easiest one to address at this point in the draft. Evans provides a huge target for 2nd year QB EJ Manuel, and could also serve as a safety valve when Manuel has to scramble.

Lions

Jason Verrett

CB

TCU

The Lions secondary is atrocious, so the first step is to take the best CB in the draft. Verrett is a smaller CB who has issues with full on press coverage, but is easily the best CB in the class. His anticipation will cause chaos for Aaron Rodgers.

Titans

Kony Ealy

OLB

Missouri

The Titans select a pass rushing machine in Kony Ealy as he adapts to being a 3-4 OLB. He has the speed and size to be a true threat on every down, especially if he can work on his coverage skills.

Giants

Greg Robinson

OT

Auburn

Despite drafting Justin Pugh last year, the Giants still have a need at Tackle. Robinson is arguably the #2 Tackle in the draft and would be a huge upgrade for Eli Manning.

Rams(Via WAS)

Hasean Clinton-Dix

FS

Alabama

The Rams land a much needed piece for their Secondary. Clinton-Dix is a rangy Free Safety who can sit deep and let the STL Corners stop sitting so far off the line.

Bears

Calvin Pryor

FS

Louisville

With HaHa off the board, the Bears immediately nab FS 1b in the draft in the form of Calvin Pryor. Pryor is arguably the best Safety in the class and can play deep center as well as in the box.

Steelers

Marqise Lee

WR

USC

The Steelers might not need a WR that badly, but they won't pass up a player of Lee's caliber. Lee had an off year, but is probably my #2 WR in 2014. An absolute steal at 16

Ravens

Eric Ebron

TE

North Carolina

The Ravens may have Dennis Pitta, but Eric Ebron is no slouch. Ebron is a big bodied receiving TE that isn't a slouch on the blocking game.

Cowboys

Louis Nix

DT

Notre Dame

The Cowboy's D-Line needs a lot of work, and Louis Nix could be the centerpiece of a rebuilding effort. He has the strength and size to be a NT if the Cowboys go 3-4, but could also work as a space eating DT in a 4-3.

Jets

Jace Amaro

TE

Texas Tech

The Jets need weapons for Geno Smith, and Jace Amaro is probably the best receiving TE in this draft.

Dolphins

Taylor Lewan

OT

Michigan

The Dolphins O-Line is just plain bad. Outside, inside, they need to improve it if Ryan Tannehill hopes to come into his own.

Cardinals

Derek Carr

QB

Fresno State

The Cardinals may have bigger needs at O-Line, but I don't doubt Bruce Arians would love it if Carr fell to him here. Carr is a big arm QB that fits in perfectly with Arians' vertical offense. Most likely Carr would be given a year or two to mature behind Carson Palmer, which would help his career tremendously.

Packers

Lamarcus Joyner

CB

Florida State

The Packers make a splash in drafting Joyner, who isn't projected to go until the 2nd at the earliest. Joyner fits the same mold as Tyrann Mathieu as a smaller Safety who a lot of people project as a corner due to his size. If the Packers draft him here, they'll draft him to play Safety.

Eagles

Darqueze Dennard

CB

Michigan State

With the top 2 FS's off the board, the Eagles look elsewhere to fix their secondary woes. Dennard is a physical corner who a lot of people are saying might be the best in the class. He's a perfect fit for teams running Zone, but could excel in Man schemes as well.

Chiefs

Kelvin Benjamin

WR

Florida State

The Chiefs get a big target for Alex Smith and someone who could eventually be considered the best WR in the draft. Benjamin is big, fast, strong, his only knock is really his hands. If he can kick the dropping habit, Benjamin could be a star.

Bengals

Cyrus Kouandjio

OT

Alabama

The Bengals really don't have too many needs, especially at this part of the draft, so they go with the best player available in Kouandjio. CK can play either tackle position, but will most likely succeed at RT.

Chargers

CJ Mosley

ILB

Alabama

The Chargers seem set on Offense, but their Defense is the reason they struggled this year. They drafted Manti Te'o last year, but could still use an upgrade inside. Enter CJ Mosley, one of the best ILB options in this draft.

Browns(via IND)

Zack Martin

OG

Notre Dame

With their second pick, the Browns continue setting up a cushy spot for whatever QB they end up with. Martin is a player who can line up anywhere on the O-Line and will probably be considered an impact player. While his length suggests Guard, don't be surprised if he mans the blind side for whoever drafts him.

Saints

Jimmie Ward

FS

Northern Illinois

This one I'm sure will get me a LOT of flack, but I think Jimmie Ward is a stud, and could be a huge upgrade for the Saints. While he's listed here as a FS, don't expect him to replace Kenny Vaccarro. Instead, you should look for Rob Ryan to move him to a more natural CB position.

Panthers

Odell Beckham Jr.

WR

LSU

Cam Newton had a great year, but the aging Steve Smith just isn't going to cut it. Beckham is a speedier WR that stands at roughly 6'0. Not huge, but not small, he has the physical skills to play outside, even if he is a little raw.

Patriots

Timmy Jernigan

DT

Florida State

The Patriots need a possible replacement for Vince Wilfork after his torn ACL, and Timmy Jernigan might very well be that man. Jernigan is a massive mound of a man with surprising speed mixed with incredible strength. He could step in day 1 if Wilfork isn't fully recovered, or act as a rotational piece and learn his craft if Wilfork is somehow 100%

9ers

Bradley Roby

CB

Ohio State

The 49ers have a problem at secondary, and the speedy Roby should be a good fix. Roby has fantastic burst as well as sustainable speed, so he should be able to keep up with the likes of Percy Harvin and Tavon Austin without too much trouble.

Seahawks

Xavier Su'a-Filo

OG

UCLA

The Seahawks interior was beaten to a bloody pulp all season, so that's an immediate concern for Seattle. Su'a-Filo is the closest thing you can come to a "speedy" guard and would be a great benefit in Russel Wilson extending plays.

Broncos

Stephon Tuitt

DE

Notre Dame

It was really hard to figure out who the Bronco's would draft if everything shook out like this, but I feel like Tuitt is a good fit. He can slot in either at DT or DE in a 4-3, and in a 3-4 is an ideal DE. He's big and strong while having surprising quickness.

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