2014 NFL Mock Draft: Latest first-round predictions

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With the top prospects in the 2014 NFL Draft currently working out in Indianapolis at the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine, teams are getting a close look at some of the athletes who could be joining their team in this year’s draft.

While there are still a few days of workouts to be held and draft boards could still change, it is time to take a look at the current first-round landscape midway through this year’s “Underwear Olympics.”

What prospects could be on your favorite team’s radar?

Here is a look at the latest first-round projections:

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  • Julien Bélair

    Sloppy mock draft imo

    • Albert Smith

      Agreed, & since when did Baltimore win the right to pick 16th?

      • Julien Bélair

        Haha you are right cowgirls should be 16. Like a said very sloppy mock

      • Tom Spalsbury

        Spoken like a true Charger fan.

        • Julien Bélair

          Why is that

      • Kevin Gobleck

        Will be a coin flip to determine but for now people put Baltimore ahead of the Cowboys because “B” comes before “C”

  • twelsh36446

    Although, I wanted Watkins at the 10 pick, but I knew he would be gone by then. I will take Gilbert because I also think he is a need and great pick at 10. Good job.

  • John Vassar

    Now way the Bears pass on Ealy at 14. There are plenty of good S to grab in round 2. http://beardownnation.blogspot.ca/

  • Jarod Cook

    Browns aren’t going to take a QB at #4, can’t afford to have another bust at QB. IMO they stay put and hope Watkins falls to #4. If he’s not here they’re try and trade down and get Evens, CB, LB, also they get to stock pile more picks. I can almost guarantee 1 of the top QB prospects will be there at #26 or #36 when they pick. The top QB’s in this draft are over rated just because thy’re QB’s. IMO they should look to draft 1 of the 2nd tier QB’s later in the 3rd or 4th rounds.

  • bk

    I really don’t see Evans falling to the Steelers… Lewan was a beast at the combine, would like to see him fall, but, no way after that showing…

  • Stanley Turner

    Man as a Steeler fan I hope you are right.

  • Todd Limpert

    Where do they come up with this Crap shouldnt you know something about football before you write about it? He must be a figure skater!!

  • Ttro89

    No Mack in the 1st? Or did I miss it.

  • Korr

    I don’t agree with Baltimore’s pick at all…. I would take Marquise Lee.

  • holymomentumbatman#84

    I’d also like to have some of what you’re smoking, Josh. Unbelievable! There’s no way in the world that Bridgewater falls all the way to 8th. Just no way!

  • Beardown

    no aaron Donald in the first round??? the tackle from Alabama is second rd talent at best

  • Rocket99

    Texans should really get Blake Bortles. Clowney is the last person that we should be thinking about getting. Texans, get a quaterback, please. We don’t need to waste a good chance of getting a good quaterback. This class of Quaterbacks is amazing! Bortles, Manziel, Bridgewater, they can all turn bad teams around… just not right away though…