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With the first 2014 NFL Mock Draft, Memento selects...

Discussion in 'MOCK DRAFTS' started by Memento, Feb 3, 2014.

  1. Memento Ser Memento (alias, The Winged Knight).

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    (Edit: freak the 10,000 character limit and the five media limit! Seriously, how the freak am I supposed to do an in-depth mock draft if I don't have crap to work with?!)

    Well, well, well, what do we have here? Another mock draft? More trades? Maybe a bit of future predictions? Well, of course! It wouldn't be a Memento mock draft if there wasn't! So, let us get started with the trades, shall we?


    #2 overall pick to Cleveland Browns for #4, #26, and #35 (second round) overall picks.

    #4 and #141 (fifth round) overall picks to Atlanta Falcons for #6, #37 (second round), and #68 (third round) overall picks.

    You may be confused as to how this could possibly work out. However, there is a scenario where this could happen. Cleveland absolutely adores Johnny Manziel. Every single report coming out of Cleveland proves that. And after the RG3 debacle where they were left with Brandon Weeden as their quarterback, they'll want to secure a true franchise quarterback, someone who will draw fans back to the stadium, someone who will bring excitement to the team. Who better for such a task than Johnny Football?

    As for the Atlanta trade, owner Arthur Blank was adamant about his team getting a pass-rusher. In the current scenario, Houston takes Teddy Bridgewater with the first overall pick, the Browns take Manziel second overall, and the Jaguars select Blake Bortles with the third overall pick. Now, Atlanta has a prior history with us, and they could be willing to trade a good portion of their draft to select a player that they truly love, much like they did with Julio Jones in 2011. So, we make a trade that is fair to both sides. Atlanta gets to select the best defensive prospect since Julius Peppers (i.e., Jadeveon Clowney), while we slide down to the number six overall pick and pick up a second and third in the process. Oakland lands their coveted receiver in Sammy Watkins, while we have a choice to make with the sixth overall pick...


    #6 overall: Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M.


    Player Comparison: A rich man's Jordan Gross.

    #13 overall: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State.


    Player Comparison: Alshon Jeffery.

    #26 overall: Ra'Shede Hageman, DT, Minnesota.


    Player Comparison: J.J. Watt.

    #35 overall: David Yankey, OG, Stanford.


    Player Comparison: Rodger Saffold.

    #37 overall: Xavier Su'a-Filo, OG, UCLA.


    Player Comparison: Jahri Evans.

    #44 overall: Deone Bucannon, FS, Washington State.


    Player Comparison: Eric Berry.

    #68 overall: C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE, Iowa.


    Player Comparison: A poor man's Rob Gronkowski.

    #75 overall: E.J. Gaines, CB, Missouri.


    Player Comparison: Antoine Winfield.

    #106 overall: Brett Smith, QB, Wyoming.


    Player Comparison: Alex Smith.

    #172 overall: Antone Exum, CB, Virginia Tech.


    Player Comparison: Brandon Browner.

    #203 overall: Henry Josey, RB, Missouri.


    Player Comparison: Reggie Bush.


    Matt Hall, OT, Belhaven.


    Player Comparison: Demar Dotson.

    Trai Turner, OG, LSU.


    Player Comparison: A poor man's Kevin Zeitler.

    Kenny Anunike, DE, Duke.


    Player Comparison: Derrick Morgan.

    Bruce Gaston, DT, Purdue.


    Player Comparison: Jermelle Cudjo.

    Boseko Lokombo, OLB, Oregon.


    Player Comparison: Zaviar Gooden.

    Comments, questions, critiques...all are welcome. Just tell me what you think.
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