2014 NFL Mock Draft: Updated first-round projections

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24. bengalsCincinnati Bengals

SelectionJustin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State 

Oct 26, 2013; Ames, IA, USA; Oklahoma State Cowboys cornerback Justin Gilbert (4) looks on during the first quarter against the Iowa State Cyclones at Jack Trice Stadium. Oklahoma State defeated Iowa State 58-27. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

Height: 6-foot
Weight: 200 pounds
Class: Senior

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  • Julien Bélair

    Mosley in the top 10 with this year talent is impossible imo plus he can’t be in front of Mack

    • Jimmy DeMarco

      Ummm, Mosley isn’t in front of Mack on this mock draft. Mack is going 9th, Mosley is going 10th.
      Do you mean Barr?

      • Julien Bélair

        I was on my cell phone I made a mistake sry

        • Jimmy DeMarco

          No problem lol.
          I agree with you actually, I would take Barr ahead of Mosley.

          • Julien Bélair

            Yeah and don’t you think mosley is overhype? I wouldn’t take him before 15. I mean he is not that special

          • Jimmy DeMarco

            Mosley is an odd player. I’ve seen almost every Bama game this year, I’m not a Bama fan, they were just on TV pretty much every week. And he does a lot of things well, his sideline to sideline motor is ridiculous. But I do think he’s a little overhyped.
            He’s a Bama guy. And the question always arises about players from that school.. is he a product of the system and does he benefit from playing around other really good players?
            It’s a valid point and has proven to be the case more times than not.

          • Julien Bélair

            Exactly the guy is really good a sure first day pick. Not top 10

          • Jimmy DeMarco

            Completely agree. Chicago, Pittsburgh or Greenbay, that’s where I figured he would fall to.

          • Julien Bélair

            That’s what I think too

  • 1961 Fan

    No one has a clue what the Bolts will do. It is easy to think they will go defense, but who knows with this bunch. Hopefully Telesco gets it right and chooses durable picks to help in the rebuilding process.

  • Jimmy DeMarco

    I definitely like the Ealy pick for Dallas. That would open up the possibility of us taking Daquan Jones in the second round.
    But, I still think Jerry is going DT or safety in the 1st round: Donald, Hageman, Dix or Pryor.

  • Max Stuart

    I swear if the Browns take Manziel over Bridgewater irl I will be furious.

    • Mark Ellzey

      Manziel will be the best quarterback in this class. Bortles and Bridgewater are question marks, but Manziel is a sure thing. The kid has “it”.

      • Max Stuart

        I disagree. Bortles isn’t a sure thing. But I think that the closest one to a sure thing is Bridgewater. Manziel could be good, but he also could suck. With Bridgewater there is no glaring weaknesses and he is the most NFL-ready

        • Mark Ellzey

          Just look at what Manziel did against Alabama’s defense in back to back years. Bridgewater and Bortles can’t compare to that. It’s really simple, Manziel has proven himself more than either Bridgewater or Bortles have and it’s not even close.

          • Max Stuart

            IMO the defenses of the SEC are so overrated it is not even funny. Plus, while he did play well against Alabama, he was awful against LSU. IMO, the level of competition makes no difference if the QB has all of the tools to succeed. I like Manziel, but at times I question his decision making.

        • Jarod Cook

          The best thing the Browns could do is stay away form all 3 of these QB’s. Manziel is the next Tebow (albeit with a better arm). He locks onto first read and either forces it or tucks and runs. Bortles played in a subpar conference and put up mediocre numbers. Bridgewater probably most NFL ready with the system he played in collage, but to much inconsistency. Best thing for the Brown’s would be to take Walkins at #4 or trade down. Reason i say take Watkins is you’d have a great tandem with Gordon. Also remember if Gordon fails another drug test he’s out for a year, wouldn’t it be nice to have a guy in place. And if they trade back give them more picks to fill the holes at OL, RB, LB, CB.

  • Judd

    No way Justin Gilbert falls that far. If he did I would want my Cards to get him opposite Patrick Peterson.

  • Mark

    Take Sammy Watkins are you kidding?

  • Mike8301

    Just give PHILLY a Great CB or a FS Finally! They havn’t had 1 since DAWK Retired though REDI Traded up but not to take 3 Time SEA FS Pro-Bowler in EARL THOMAS

  • Chad Edmonds

    Darquez Dennard to Detroit….book it