2014 NFL Mock Draft: Joe Marino’s Seven-Round Projections (4/12/14)

The Buffalo Bills might be in the market for a power back, and BC’s Andre Williams would fit the bill. (Photo: Mark Konezny — USA Today Sports)

Fifth Round

1 (141). Houston Texans – Prince Shembo, OLB, Notre Dame

2 (142). Washington Redskins – Preston Brown, ILB, Louisville

3 (143). Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Michael Schofield, OT, Michigan

4 (144). Jacksonville Jaguars – Bryan Stork, C, Florida State

5 (145). Cleveland Browns – Bruce Ellington, WR, South Carolina

6 (146). Seattle Seahawks (from Oakland Raiders) – Seantrel Henderson, OT, Miami

7 (147). Atlanta Falcons – Jonathan Dowling, S, Western Kentucky

8 (148). Minnesota Vikings – DaQuan Jones, DT, Penn State

9 (149). Buffalo Bills – Andre Williams, RB, Boston College

10 (150). Jacksonville Jaguars (from Detroit Lions) – Craig Loston, S, LSU

11 (151). Tennessee Titans – Ross Cockrell, CB, Duke

12 (152). New York Giants – Jordan Zumwalt, ILB, UCLA

13 (153). St. Louis Rams – Antone Exum, S, Virginia Tech

14 (154). New York Jets – Derrell Johnson, OLB, East Carolina

15 (155). Miami Dolphins – Anthony Johnson, DT, LSU

16 (156). Chicago Bears – Josh Huff, WR, Oregon

17 (157). Pittsburgh Steelers – Logan Thomas, QB, Virginia Tech

18 (158). Dallas Cowboys – Tom Savage, QB, Pittsburgh

19 (159). Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore Ravens) – Aaron Lynch, DE, South Florida

20 (160). Arizona Cardinals – Ahmad Dixon, S, Baylor

21 (161). Green Bay Packers – Arthur Lynch, TE, Georgia

22 (162). Philadelphia Eagles – Adrian Hubbard, OLB, Alabama

23 (163). Kansas City Chiefs – Brandon Linder, G, Miami

24 (164). Cincinnati Bengals – Corey Brown, WR, Ohio State

25 (165). San Diego Chargers – Devin Street, WR, Pittsburgh

26 (166). Indianapolis Colts – Walt Aikens, CB, Liberty

27 (167). New Orleans Saints – Mike Davis, WR, Texas

28 (168). Carolina Panthers – Daniel Sorenson, S, BYU

29 (169). New Orleans Saints (from Philadelphia Eagles through New England Patriots) – Ricardo Allen, CB, Purdue

30 (170). San Francisco 49ers – Dri Archer, RB, Kent State

31 (171). Denver Broncos – Victor Hampton, CB, South Carolina

32 (172). Seattle Seahawks – Morgan Breslin, OLB, USC

33 (173). Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory selection) – Ego Ferguson, DT, LSU

34 (174). New York Giants (compensatory selection) – John Urschel, G, Penn State

35 (175). Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection) – Wesley Johnson, OT, Vanderbilt

36 (176). Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection) – George Uko, DT, USC

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4 Responses to “2014 NFL Mock Draft: Joe Marino’s Seven-Round Projections (4/12/14)”

  1. Ed Schaus says:

    No tackle drafted? Really? Are we really go into the next year with only Pears and Hairston? Are the Bills hiding the medical information that Hairston is game ready and won’t have an injury problem in 2014?

  2. ted langter says:

    No way the Packers take Attaucho in the second round. He is a DE who masquerades as an OLB. He looked horrible in the senior bowl trying to do anything but rush the qb. He played horribly on run plays right at him and can’t cover anybody even when they are close to the line.

  3. Tom says:

    No Tackle? They will take a tackle day 2 if they don’t at 9. We souldn’t take a safety, give Duke, Meeks and Searcy a chance to show what they have. Graham may even play there.

  4. TheOUTLAW says:

    Mack makes no sense for the Browns. Remember that they drafted an OLB last year in the first and signed one as a free agent. If they go outside the box it’d likely be for Clowney who also is not a need but he’s a better player.




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