2014 NFL Mock Draft: First-round projections for all 32 teams

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3. Jacksonville Jaguars

SelectionJadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina

Jan 1, 2014; Orlando, FL, USA; South Carolina Gamecocks defensive end Jadeveon Clowney (7) runs off the field after the second quarter of the Capital One Bowl against the Wisconsin Badgers held at the Florida Citrus Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Rob Foldy-USA TODAY Sports

Height: 6-foot-6
Weight: 274 pounds
Class: Junior

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  • Padraigh Keogh

    I think the Chargers should take Tuitt if the draft happens as above. The reason- he worked with Te’o on defence last couple of years at Notre Dame. Van Noy is a fine pick too.

    • Gunnar Martin

      Tuitt plays in a different style defense than we do, but I guess it’s possible that they would still try to convert him like they did with Luiget a couple years ago. If I had to pick out of the two, I’d choose Van Noy. But that’s just me.

      • 619chargers4life

        I’ve been high on Van Noy for a few years now. I’ve seen him destroy my poor Aztecs all by himself , play after play lol

        • Gunnar Martin

          Haha I’ve known about him for a while too since I live in Utah where we get lots of BYU coverage lol

  • BentKent

    could be interesting seeing sandusky’s pick for cleveland

  • Don Andrew Halvorson

    Watkins to Detroit won’t happen. Someone (Baltimore, NYJ, Car, SF) will move up or St Louis will trade down to grab him.

  • Eric

    The Browns take a QB when their OL allowed the second most sacks in the NFL and can’t clear running lanes… AND have a top-gun QB coming back from IR in Brian Hoyer? Browns could use two OL’s and a WR; they should move Greg Little to CB, where he could be great. He will not be a great WR, too many drops, can’t get open consistenly. There aren’t any RB’s to be had in this draft. If the Browns take a QB, why would they want Manziel over Bortles? Bortles, like Bridgewater, elevated a mediocre program to greatness; Manziel merely QB’ed a usual powerhouse team to their expected record. Browns should get a later round QB with upside potential like Kenny Guiton.