Updated: May 8, 2014 (FINAL)




  HOUSTON TEXANS: JUSTIN ELLIS, DT, LOUISIANA TECH

Scouting Report

Enormous physical specimen to replace Earl Mitchell and anchor the middle of their odd front.


  WASHINGTON REDSKINS: JACK MEWHORT, OT, OHIO ST.

Scouting Report

Tough, blue-collar blocker capable of playing either right tackle or inside at guard in the pros.


  OAKLAND RAIDERS: JORDAN MATTHEWS, WR, VANDERBILT

Scouting Report

Productive pass catcher with a well-rounded skill set should excel in a possession receiver role.


  ATLANTA FALCONS: C.J. FIEDOROWICZ, TE, IOWA

Scouting Report

Not a dynamic threat but is well-rounded and profiles as a capable starter or excellent backup.


  TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS: DOMINIQUE EASLEY, DT, FLORIDA

Scouting Report

Quick, explosive interior presence may have gone in Round 1 if not for two major knee injuries.


  JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS: CARL BRADFORD, OLB, ARIZONA ST.

Scouting Report

Lacks ideal length but is intense, aggressive and a good pass rusher well-suited for a LEO role.


  CLEVELAND BROWNS: PIERRE DESIR, CB, LINDENWOOD

Scouting Report

Rangy, athletic cover guy needs to master finer points of game and adjust to better competition.


  MINNESOTA VIKINGS: BISHOP SANKEY, RB, WASHINGTON

Scouting Report

Not a standout physically but a natural runner with a versatile skill set to replace Toby Gerhart.


  BUFFALO BILLS: JEREMY HILL, RB, L.S.U.

Scouting Report

Fred Jackson is 33-years-old, has durability issues and is entering the final year of his contract.


  NEW YORK GIANTS: EGO FERGUSON, DT, L.S.U.

Scouting Report

Linval Joseph left in free agency and no organization values defensive line depth like the G-Men.


  ST. LOUIS RAMS: AARON MURRAY, QB, GEORGIA

Scouting Report

At the very least a quality backup is needed behind Sam Bradford or maybe even a replacement.


  DETROIT LIONS: KAREEM MARTIN, DE, NORTH CAROLINA

Scouting Report

Underrated prospect with a very intriguing blend of size and speed and was also quite productive.


  SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (f/TEN): DAVID YANKEY, OG / OT, STANFORD

Scouting Report

Limited athletically but strong and powerful with great intangibles and ability to play OG or RT.


  DALLAS COWBOYS: GABE JACKSON, OG, MISSISSIPPI ST.

Scouting Report

Thick mauler who must be confined to a small area but just might be this year's Larry Warford.


  BALTIMORE RAVENS: JARVIS LANDRY, WR, L.S.U.

Scouting Report

Didn't run well in workouts but is reliable, well-rounded and profiles as a complimentary target.


  NEW YORK JETS: TRENT MURPHY, OLB, STANFORD

Scouting Report

A large, intense, physical, aggressive 'backer with a non-stop motor and incredible intangibles.


  MIAMI DOLPHINS: TRE MASON, RB, AUBURN

Scouting Report

Knowshon Moreno is just a stop-gap and all their young runners have been disappointments.


  CHICAGO BEARS: CHRISTIAN JONES, LB, FLORIDA ST.

Scouting Report

Rangy, athletic 'backer with pro bloodlines could play either inside or outside at the next level.



  CLEVELAND BROWNS (f/PIT): BRANDON THOMAS, OT / OG, CLEMSON

Scouting Report

Mentioned as a late first round possibility before suffering a knee injury in a pre-draft workout.


  ARIZONA CARDINALS: BRUCE ELLINGTON, WR, SOUTH CAROLINA

Scouting Report

Athletic former hoops player replaces Andre Roberts behind Larry Fitzgerald & Michael Floyd.


  GREEN BAY PACKERS: CHRIS BORLAND, ILB, WISCONSIN

Scouting Report

Not a very impressive physical specimen but an outstanding football player with top intangibles.


  PHILADELPHIA EAGLES: JAYLEN WATKINS, CB, FLORIDA

Scouting Report

Brother of Clemson WR Sammy Watkins is versatile enough to contribute at corner and safety.


  KANSAS CITY CHIEFS: PAUL RICHARDSON, WR, COLORADO

Scouting Report

Vertical threat with good height and great speed but is very thin with some durability concerns.


  CINCINNATI BENGALS: CAMERON FLEMING, OT, STANFORD

Scouting Report

Big, smart, experienced blocker to replenish the depth they lost when Anthony Collins bolted.


  SAN DIEGO CHARGERS: WILL CLARKE, OLB, WEST VIRGINIA

Scouting Report

Athletic edge rusher with a rangy frame and long arms to generate some much-needed pressure.


  INDIANAPOLIS COLTS: LAMARCUS JOYNER, S, FLORIDA ST.

Scouting Report

Undersized, instinctive playmaking CB / S 'tweener with top intangibles replaces Antoine Bethea.


  NEW ORLEANS SAINTS: AARON COLVIN, CB, OKLAHOMA

Scouting Report

Might have gone much earlier if not for a knee injury but worth taking a chance on at this point.


  CAROLINA PANTHERS: PHILLIP GAINES, CB, RICE

Scouting Report

Captain Munnerlyn is no longer in the picture so it is Antoine Cason and just a bunch of guys.


  NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS: ANDRE WILLIAMS, RB, BOSTON COLLEGE

Scouting Report

Big, productive runner with rocked-up physique replaces LeGarrette Blount. Stevan Ridley too?


  SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS: DAQUAN JONES, DE, PENN ST.

Scouting Report

Underachiever with a nice mix of size and athleticism to provide quality depth at five-technique.


  DENVER BRONCOS: TELVIN SMITH, LB, FLORIDA ST.

Scouting Report

Good football player is severely undersized but so was Wesley Woodyard, who they must replace.


  MINNESOTA VIKINGS (f/SEA): PRESTON BROWN, ILB, LOUISVILLE

Scouting Report

Limited athlete but a true MIKE with a thick frame, aggressive disposition and top intangibles.


  PITTSBURGH STEELERS (Comp): MARTAVIS BRYANT, WR, CLEMSON

Scouting Report

Will require patience and development but is as physically talented as any wideout in this class.


  GREEN BAY PACKERS (Comp): BRENT URBAN, DE, VIRGINIA

Scouting Report

Impressive size and athleticism and an ideal fit at the five-technique but major durability issues.


  BALTIMORE RAVENS (Comp): TERRENCE BROOKS, S, FLORIDA ST.

Scouting Report

Finesse player with terrific athleticism and speed to team up with last year's top pick Matt Elam.


  SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (Comp): TERRANCE WEST, RB, TOWSON

Scouting Report

Frank Gore has a lot of miles on his tires and Kendall Hunter only has a year left on his contract.

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