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NFL Mock Draft 2014 2.0: Round 1

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Jan 1, 2014; Orlando, FL, USA; South Carolina Gamecocks defensive end Jadeveon Clowney (7) holds up the championship trophy as the South Carolina Gamecocks beat the Wisconsin Badgers 34-24 in the Capital One Bowl at Florida Citrus Bowl. Mandatory Credit: David Manning-USA TODAY Sports

It’s draft season, and with the combine now in the rear view mirror, we here at GMENHQ would like to present you with our latest mock draft for the upcoming 2014 season. You can find the previous mock split into two parts: 1-16 & 17-32

This mock was assembled by a collaborative effort from James Ferguson, Sebastian Cosentino and Adam Ganeles.

And without further ado, the 2014 Mock Draft 2.0 with pick by pick commentary.

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  • Joseph Bulger

    Gilbert with the 12th. If a QB doesn’t drop, affording JR opportunity to trade down in order to land more early picks, then Gilbert is a solid pickup. Prince and Gilbert back there, with those very good Safeties (somebody has sell Hill on the financial benefits of being an All Pro Safety, which he could be if he’d stop jerking around off the field), that secondary could become special.

    • Adam Ganeles

      Would be an electric, versatile unit.. If Gilbert is available, and they pass in favor of offense, it would be VERY disappointing.

  • Jeffrey Jackson

    I cannot see the Browns taking Manziel with Bridgewater on the board. I also think Robinson is a bad pick.

    • Adam Ganeles

      Why against the Robinson pick? Which direction would you go at 26?

      • Jeffrey Jackson

        I think Robinson is overrated. He had difficulty getting separation in college and it’ll be 10 times worse in the NFL.

        • Adam Ganeles

          He’s not going to blow you away with quickness or speed. He creates “just enough” space via strength and route running technique. Robinson has great hands & ball skills. Also, his receiver mates at Penn St were non-factors. All defensive attention in the secondary was focused on him.

    • Sebastian Cosentino

      The Browns brass is apparently high on manziel.

      • Jeffrey Jackson

        Most recent comments out of the Browns has been that they are not really interested in Manziel and probably more interested in Carr

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