Written by Jeremy Hyde on May 7, 2014
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Written by Jon Dove on May 6, 2014
In my final 2014 NFL Mock Draft, I finally focused on predicting what I think will happen, rather than putting players I prefer in specific spots. This led to prospects like Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Cyrus Kouandjio, Ryan Shazier, Morgan Moses and Tom Savage coming off the board ahead of where I have them ranked.
It also saw Ju’Wuan James and David Yankey drop in the the second day of the draft, where I’d consider them major steals. One of my personal favorites, Arizona State’s Robert Nelson, doesn’t even appear in this three-round mock.
I just want to say that all of this is the reason we love the NFL Draft. The many different opinions lead to spirited debates. Jon’s eager to get your feedback, so be sure to tweet him your thoughts and questions at @Jon_Dove42.
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Written by Jon Dove on April 28, 2014
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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 Aimal Arsalla on April 21, 2014
Aimal Arsalla and Andrew Worstell have been busy this draft season adding to a video database that features close to 450 prospects. Now, they’ve joined forces on another ambitious project: a full seven-round mock draft! Aimal & Andrew are eager to get your feedback, so be sure to tweet them your thoughts and questions at @aimalarsalla & @AndrewQ_.
Written by Will Spencer on April 20, 2014
As a fun holiday gift, here’s a brand new mock draft that includes some major trades. In this mock, the 49ers have clearly made the decision to plan for life without Aldon Smith and make a major move all the way up to #2 to grab Jadeveon Clowney. To do this, they give St. Louis picks 30 (Round 1), 56 (Round 2), 77 (Round 3) and 2015′s 1st round pick. Pick 56 was obtained by the 49ers from Kansas City and pick 77 came from Tennessee, so even after this trade, they still have three picks in rounds 2-3 (61, 94 and 100). Since the Rams already hold the 13th pick in the draft, they’re happy to continue to build their young and talented team through the draft.
Minnesota moves back to #13 and still picks up Teddy Bridgewater. The Rams chose to move up from #13 after just trading (read more…)