Complete Three-Round NFL Mock Draft

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South Carolina Gamecocks defensive end Jadeveon Clowney (7). Jeff Blake-USA TODAY Sports


With the 2014 NFL Draft only a little over a month away, fellow Lombardi Ave writer, Kyle Fellows, and I decided to collaborate and come up with a complete three-round mock draft.

Let us know what you think by leaving a comment below. We would love to hear your thoughts on who the Packers pick and how the draft falls together in this mock.

Round 1

1. Houston TexansJadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina (Kyle)

There have been reports that say the Texans believe Clowney has the ability to redefine the defensive end position. That is high praise.

2. St. Louis RamsJake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M (Dan)

The Rams desperately need to improve their offensive line, and Matthews is the top left tackle prospect in the draft. This one is a no brainer.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars - Khalil Mack, OLB, Buffalo (Kyle)

Jacksonville has recently indicated that they would be content with Chad Henne as their week 1 starter. Mack provides a big piece in their attempt to rebuild the defense.

4. Cleveland BrownsBlake Bortles, QB, UCF (Dan)

The Browns get their pick of the litter at quarterback, and Bortles’ potential allows him to win out over other players at the position.

5. Oakland RaidersSammy Watkins, WR, Clemson (Kyle)

Pairing Sammy Watkins with James Jones would give Oakland a legitimate pair of offensive weapons.

6.  Atlanta FalconsGreg Robinson, OT, Auburn (Dan)

Atlanta needs to do a better job of protecting Matt Ryan. Robinson is a gritty offensive tackle who can excel as a both a run and pass blocker.

7. Tampa Bay BuccaneersAnthony Barr, OLB, UCLA (Kyle)

Anthony Barr gives Tampa Bay another playmaker in Lovie Smith’s overhauled defense.

8. Minnesota VikingsTeddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville (Dan)

Minnesota couldn’t ask for better fortune than for a top quarterback prospect to fall in their laps with the eighth overall pick.

9. Buffalo BillsMike Evans, WR, Texas A&M (Kyle)

E.J. Manuel needs playmakers on offense. Mike Evans is a huge playmaker and would be a great addition.

10. Detroit LionsJustin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State (Dan)

Detroit’s secondary really needs an upgrade. Gilbert is an excellent cover corner with great ball skills.

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  • Kenneth Kumerle

    Pryor & C.J. would be good additions for Green Bay !

    • millerforrest

      Pryor Pryor Pryor please!!!!

  • Don Andrew Halvorson

    Can I make a suggestion? Vikings don’t go DL in the second when we have Griffen, Joseph, Floyd, and Robison on new contracts. LB, CB, or S there.

    • Dan

      Good point. What LB, CB, or S could you see them picking there instead.

      • Don Andrew Halvorson

        If it were me with how you played it out,
        1. QB Teddy Bridgewater
        2. CB Marcus Roberson
        3a. SS Ahmad Dixon
        3b. LB Christian Kirksey

        • Dan

          Great picks. I really like Kirksey in round three. Very athletic, versatile linebacker. Selfishly, I hope Green Bay lands him.

  • Nevin Paustian

    I like the packers picks here. I don’t know too much about the 2nd round pick, but he sounds good from the description. It would not surprise me if they go after a DT like will sutton in the 2nd or 3rd round to replace raji after this year.

    • Phillip

      Don’t be surprised if we don’t add a DT anywhere in the top half of the draft and don’t be surprised if TT is kind of banking on Raji returning to 2010 form at NT and offering him that deal he put on the table last season one more time. I really don’t think TT is gonna let Raji walk very easily if he does return to form.

  • Dave

    The Browns didn’t lose Alex Mack, well at least not yet anyway. Great pick at 26 regardless.

    • Dan

      Great point. I assumed Mack would be out of Cleveland at this point, but he was hit with the transition tag and hasn’t left yet. Even if Mack returns, Su’a-Filo would be an upgrade at guard for the Browns.

  • Clark Bowen

    I would go with Dee Ford , he can really rush the passer. Pryor would be nice , really need safety. If Moseley is there you have to take him.

    • Dan

      Ford would also be a good pick here, but some have doubts how well he could play OLB in the NFL. Still a great pass rusher, regardless.

  • Cody Byers

    Bengals drafts are not typically defensive heavy in round 1 and 2. I hope they will be, but it’s rare. We’ve only gone defense twice, (while only having 1 pick per round) once in the last decade.

    Furthermore, DE is more of a luxury pick(unless he really is a BPA), I feel they would see more value in a DB(Fuller), OT (Cyrus) or LB (Shazier).

  • Ted Thompson

    Marcus Smith/OLB would be an excellent pick, great pass rusher, athletic, but might be gone by our pick. Fiedorowicz & Kirksey are also excellent picks. I’m not sure Pryor has the back end coverage skills the Packers need from a true Free Safety. I can only go by what I read and scouts opinions about that are all over the place, but one thing I do know is that if TT picks him then he’s got what they want.

    • Dan

      Great points, Ted. I know people list Pryor as a free safety, but I think he might be better suited to play strong safety in the NFL. I see him as a guy who could play well up in the box. Although the safety positions are often interchangeable these days because offenses no longer favor one side with their TE alignment.

      • Phillip

        Pryor has really good balls skills and range, dude has all the tools to be a complete safety. Adding Pryor to Burnett would give the Packers that versatility to play either 1 in the box or either 1 deep. His physicality would add something this D really needs too. With the right coaching, i believe Pryor could easily turn into an Earl Thomas type Safety. I’d truly like to see us add Mosley or Shazier in the 1st though, trade up or actually just get aggressive and trade for an extra 2 in the 1st 10 picks of the 2nd and add Ward or Bucannon, then come to our late 2nd round pick and possibly add BPA or if they’re not happy with what’s there, could always trade back out that pick and add back what we traded to get the early 2nd round pick. Who knows, definitely can’t wait, i just really hope we don’t sit back and watch all the top safeties, Dix, Pryor, Ward and Bucannon go off the board without getting 1 and it might really take some being aggressive to make sure we get 1, Dix and Pryor could easily go before 21 and the other 2 could easily go before 53.

        • Dan

          Great points, Phillip. I hope they draft one of the top safeties in this class, but I’m going to add two more names to this group – Ed Reynolds and Terrence Brooks. So I hope Green Bay drafts either Pryor, Clinton-Dix, Ward, Bucannon, Reynolds, or Brooks in the first 3 rounds.