DT Stephen Tuitt, Notre Dame
I go along with Phoenix and other scouts. Tuitt seems to bring a better pass-rush ability to the table than Hageman. We need as many top-quality d- and o-linemen as possible.
WR Donte Moncrief, Ole Miss
Won't explain it, don't have to explain it :p
CB/FS Lamarcus Joyner, FSU
could be already gone here but let's dream a little bit. We need another CB-project and a FS-backup.
WR Bruce Ellington, South Carolina
a quick slot receiver which is completely missed at 49ers.
SS Craig Loston, LSU
I've traded down a little bit, assumed to receive a 2nd-3rd day (conditional?) pick in 2015.
I've picked our SS of the future who can sit and learn behind Bethea for 1-3 years.
DE Dominique Easley, Florida
edit: WR Dri Archer, Kent State
Easley would be nice but the d-line is stacked with the Tuitt-pick for now.
Instead, I pick another dynamic guy who could be a very good returner and something like Sproles on passing 3rd downs and screen plays in general.
C Bryan Stork, FSU
edit: DE/OLB Chris Smith, Arkansas
Actually I wanted to pick Christian Jones but i feel like we have plenty of ILBs with Willis, Whilhoite, Moody and Skuta.
Therefore I go for a guy who could be either another 5-technique DE or an OLB, whatever he fits best. Who knows, perhaps he can be a good ILB.
OT Charles Leno, Boise State
edit: CB Walt Aikens, Liberty
another CB, this time a long-armed one.
Perhaps we have to jump a little bit.
FB Trey Millard, Oklahoma
ask Phoenix ;)
QB Jeff Matthews, Cornell
ask AB :D
as to nfl.com and cbs.com, the guy seems to have a strong arm and very good accuracy although his mechanics still need some work. Unfortunately, he is NOT very athletic. Very nice attitude, good decision-making.
CB Walt Aikens, Liberty
edit: OG Spencer Long, Nebraska
(-another CB in round 3-5 would be nice.)
-no LB-pick at all.
-too much copy&paste from other mock drafts :D
[ Edited by communist on Mar 17, 2014 at 4:49 AM ]