Here’s how it all went down at the end of the second round, including instant reactions to some surprising selections.
#90 – Indianapolis Colts – Donte Moncrief, WR, Miss
I love this pick. Andrew Luck needs a few more weapons, and this is a pick that could have been made a whole lot earlier than this. With Reggie Wayne back, I expect the Colts receiving corps to be very productive in the 2014 season.
#91 – Arizona Cardinals – John Brown, WR, Pitt St.
Speed kills, and the Cardinals clearly want someone to sprint down the field for Carson Palmer. I like Brown as one of the biggest sleepers in this draft, and think this was a great selection.
#92 – Carolina Panthers – Trai Turner, OG, LSU
I like Turner’s skills, but I’m surprised with this pick. The Panthers want their playmakers healthy, and Turner can contribute immediately.
#93 – Jacksonville Jaguars – Brandon Linder, OG, Miami
I’m shocked with this pick. I think there were too many better guards available here. Linder is a very average option that was drafted way too high here.
#94 – Cleveland Browns – Terrence West, RB, Towson
West went way too high here. I understand he tore up his conference, but he didn’t play elite defenses. This might work, but I doubt it. I see bust written all over this selection.
#95 – Denver Broncos – Michael Schofield, OT, Michigan
Schofield can play anywhere on the offensive line, so I like this pick for Denver. It might be a bit high, but the Broncos clearly wanted to bolster their offensive line.
#96 – Minnesota Vikings – Jerick McKinnon, RB, Georgia Southern
This guy is a playmaker. He can play anywhere, as Mike Mayock mentioned on NFL Network’s broadcast. This was a great selection here.
#97 – Pittsburgh Steelers – Dri Archer, RB/WR, Kent State
Archer is speed in a nutshell. The Steelers are going to get a ton of big plays with this selection.
#98 – Green Bay Packers – Richard Rodgers, TE, California
I don’t love this pick. I think it’s a major reach and I can’t imagine he is productive right away.
#99 – Baltimore Ravens – Crockett Gilmore, TE, CSU
I don’t understand this pick at all. With Dennis Pitta and Owen Daniels on the roster, I can’t see why the Ravens went here.
#100 – San Francisco 49ers – Brandon Thomas, G, Clemson
Tags: 2014 Nfl Draft