Written by Adrian Ahufinger on May 8, 2014
Written by TTN2810 on May 7, 2014
Enjoy Harley’s final 2014 mock, and be sure to check out his tiered QB rankings as well. Trades included in this mock:
- Tampa Bay makes a trade with St. Louis, moving up from #7 to #2. – Detroit makes a deal with Cleveland to jump up from #10 to #4. – San Francisco trades up from #30 to #14, via a deal with Chicago. – Minnesota trades back into the first round, acquiring Seattle‘s pick.
Move on to the next page to check out Harley’s tiered QB rankings.
Written by Jeremy Hyde on May 7, 2014
Written by Ryan Lownes on May 6, 2014
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Written by Jon Dove on April 28, 2014
Written by Mario Clavel on April 26, 2014
Written by Jon Dove on April 25, 2014
I must have a thing for offensive linemen because three of my five offensive man crushes come from the trenches. Teams especially looking to improve at the guard position will have a chance deep into the draft to find a potential starter.
The quarterback position this year doesn’t really impress me as much as it does others. Teddy Bridgewater and Johnny Manziel are the only clear-cut first rounders in my book. Ja’Wuan James — Offensive Tackle — Tennessee
It’s very likely that I’m one of the few that have Ja’Wuan James safely in the first round mix. He is a big-bodied and athletic offensive tackle prospect. Throughout his career, he showed the fluidity to protect the quarterback and the power to generate a push in the run game.
James was overshadowed by teammate and fellow draft prospect Antonio Richardson during his time in a Vols uniform. However, that situation (read more…)
Written by Spencer on April 23, 2014
Marcus Martin has played on the offensive line at USC for three seasons. Despite having the experience that comes with 33 college starts, Martin will only be 20 years old come the start of his rookie season.
Additionally, the young pivot has played multiple positions along the line: in 2011 and 2012, Martin played guard; this past season, the switch was made to center. All the while, Martin continued to mature physically and athletically throughout.
Such a talented, versatile offensive lineman should garner more attention. A closer look at his play will show why he’s deserving of top fifty consideration. Next Up: A look at Martin’s strengths
Written by Jon Dove on March 21, 2014
Every year, a handful of under the radar prospects catch my eye and become my draft man crushes. This draft season, I’m especially intrigued by the remarkable defensive talents who receive little pub. I’d be willing to pound the table for these guys. While they aren’t highly regarded by everyone in the draft community, I believe they will have excellent NFL careers. Robert Nelson — Cornerback — Arizona State
Call me crazy, but I wouldn’t hesitate to use a second-round pick on Nelson. The Sun Devil defensive back is a smooth athlete who can really stick with his target. He reminds me of a less heralded version of TCU’s Jason Verrett, as both players do a great job limiting separation by the wideout.
Nelson also is a versatile defender, excelling in both man and zone coverage. In man, he uses his quickness and long arms to stick with (read more…)