Jan 3, 2014; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes running back Carlos Hyde (34) runs the ball against the Clemson Tigers in the second half of the 2014 Orange Bowl college football game at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

2014 NFL Mock Draft Update, Round Two: Big Names Still Available



1 (33). Houston Texans: Zach Mettenberger, QB, LSU
2 (34). Washington Redskins: Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech
3 (35). Cleveland Browns: Jason Verrett, CB, TCU
4 (36). Oakland Raiders: Timmy Jernigan, DT, Florida State
5 (37). Atlanta Falcons: Jimmie Ward, S, Northern Illinois
6 (38). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State
7 (39). Jacksonville Jaguars: Bradley Roby, CB, Ohio State
8 (40). Minnesota Vikings: Ryan Shazier, LB, Ohio State
9 (41). Buffalo Bills: Jace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech
10 (42). Tennessee Titans: Carlos Hyde, RB, Ohio State
11 (43). New York Giants: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington
12 (44). St. Louis Rams: Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia
13 (45). Detroit Lions: Kyle Van Noy, LB, BYU
14 (46). Pittsburgh Steelers: Stephon Tuitt, DL, Notre Dame
15 (47). Dallas Cowboys: Terrence Brooks, S, Florida State
16 (48). Baltimore Ravens: Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State
17 (49). New York Jets: Marcus Roberson, CB, Florida
18 (50). Miami Dolphins: David Yankey, OG, Stanford
19 (51). Chicago Bears: Pierre Desir, CB, Lindenwood
20 (52). Arizona Cardinals: Joel Bitonio, OL, Nevada
21 (53). Green Bay Packers: Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame
22 (54). Philadelphia Eagles: Jeremiah Attaochu, LB, Georgia Tech
23 (55). Cincinnati Bengals: Marcus Martin, C, USC
24 (56). San Francisco 49ers (f/KC): Keith McGill, CB, Utah
25 (57). San Diego Chargers: Carl Bradford, LB, Arizona State
26 (58). New Orleans Saints: Weston Richburg, C, Colorado State
27 (59). Indianapolis Colts: Gabe Jackson, OL, Mississippi State
28 (60). Carolina Panthers: JaWuan James, OT, Tennessee
29 (61). San Francisco 49ers: Kareem Martin, DE, North Carolina
30 (62). New England Patriots: C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE, Iowa
31 (63). Denver Broncos: Donte Moncrief, WR, Ole Miss
32 (64). Seattle Seahawks: Trent Murphy, DE, Stanford

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  • Nevin Paustian

    First 2 round mock draft I have seen for Green Bay that actually makes sense. Wouldn’t mind seeing them trade out of the first round into the early 2nd and pick bucannon, if pryor isn’t there at 21. I hope they get Niklaus too, great blocker with size. Wouldn’t mind seeing them run some two TE sets with quarless and niklaus on the ends and lacy coming out of the backfield.

    • SayreBedinger

      Thanks Nevin, I think the Pack would do well to add those guys as well. Fits for BPA as well as need.

  • Diegoblue

    No way we draft Carl Bradford in the 2nd rd???? C’mon man

    • SayreBedinger

      Why not?

      • Diegoblue

        Too high for him .. 4.78 in the 40 we looking for Speed off the edge .. Did you put Baptiste on a team yet I didn’t see him if so we would grab him before Carl Bradford .. I liked our first pick .. Nix

      • Diegoblue

        Plus we address the CB spot ASAP after We draft Nix

  • David

    Kony is a big reach at 16. Dallas would be better off drafting the one of the best safeties if not the best safety in Pryor with the 16th pick and then go with a Martin, Murphy or trade up two spots and take Tuitt. They will not be able to keep all six 7th round picks so give a 7th to jump Pitt for Tuitt..Thats a much better start.

    • SayreBedinger

      No he isn’t.

      • David

        What are you his agent? Please give me give me a detailed explanation of why he is not a reach. Drafting him at 16 would be drafting for need and they cannot afford to do that.

  • Johnny

    So.. Your saying the Dolphins don’t get a Right Tackle in Round 1 or 2??? Wow.. Like the G Yankey pick.. Would like T Zach Martin to pair with him in the 1st round.. That’s a RT and G for the next decade…

    • SayreBedinger

      I remembered our conversation from before and put Martin a couple picks ahead to see what it might do to their strategy.

      • Johnny

        One name if Martin isn’t available…
        CJ MOSLEY!!!! Then get a RT in the 2nd round… Tackle is deep… With maybe (a bid maybe) T Moses makes it to the #50 pick Dolphins for us..

  • Jaime Olguin

    Reggie is going to trade down , and frisco or new england will trade up with the raiders they have plenty
    of picks this year, so they have the luxury to trade out their picks for the that they want real bad, I just don’t
    see Reggie and Dennis not going after additional draft, last year we only had like five picks we ended up
    with 14 draft picks, and there’s still some position that need filled, so I bet we will come out of the second round
    with a couple of extra draft picks

    • SayreBedinger

      I could definitely see that. Depends on who they are trying to get. With some of the top players falling to the 2nd round of this mock it’s certainly possible.

  • 3kolu

    Don’t think Shazier will still be there at #40, but Van Noy might. EIther one and I’ll be happy.

  • Edward Kirby

    I’d really like to see the mockers indicate in their choices whether they think the team is drafting for need or BPA.

    • SayreBedinger

      Which pick are you wondering about specifically?

      • Edward Kirby

        All of them, although it was more of a general comment. Its really an either/or option here: either you — as a GM — go for the BPA or you don’t. [If the BPA just happens to fit your need, then great; serendipity is wonderful.]

        Once that option is determined (or at least indicated to the reader), then it becomes more understandable as to why some teams pick the way they do, and the impact it has on the rest of the draft, as the ripples from these decisions make their way downstream to the lower rounds.

        But, OK, say the BPA is Clowney, and he doesn’t go off the board until 3-JAX, then it is clear that the Texans and the Rams were basing their selections on need alone. But if the GMs of those respective teams have strict BPA-only policy when it comes to the draft — and I don’t know if they do or not — then wouldn’t you think that would affect the choices? As importantly, wouldn’t it affect the GMs decision whether to trade the pick or not?

  • Glenn

    Don’t agree with Jernigan pick either

  • victorbarney

    I really like Tampa Bay going for Scott Crichton DE from Oregon State!

  • Gordon Guffey

    Ryan Shazier is a great pick but unless the Vikings wait till round 3 to draft a QB this picks isn’t happening ~ However that couand ld be the best thing the Vikings could do ~ Drafting defense at #8 and #40 IMHO with be the best way to go unless there is still one of the better left OG still on the board ~ Cassel will the be the starter this year while Ponder will be the #2 QB on the roster ~ Its the best thing for the Vikings as a whole ~ They could also pick up a good RB with their other 3rd round pick ~ Someone who is capable of replacing Toby ~ Someone who could learn to step in for AP when the time comes ~