Da Windy City 2014 NFL Mock Draft: First Round 2.0

Jan 1, 2014; Glendale, AZ, USA; Central Florida Knights quarterback Blake Bortles celebrates a second half touchdown against the Baylor Bears during the Fiesta Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium. Central Florida defeated Baylor 52-42. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Leading up to the NFL Draft in May, Da Windy City will be posting a mock draft on every Sunday. Look below to see who we have your favorite team drafting this week in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

1. Houston Texans
Player Name: Blake Bortles
Position, School: QB, Central Florida

2. St. Louis Rams (from Washington)
Player Name: Jake Matthews
Position, School: OT, Texas A&M

3. Jacksonville Jaguars
Player Name: Jadeveon Clowney
Position, School: DE, South Carolina

4. Cleveland Browns
Player Name: Teddy Bridgewater
Position, School: QB, Louisville

5. Oakland Raiders
Player Name: Anthony Barr
Position, School: OLB, UCLA

6. Atlanta Falcons
Player Name: Kony Ealy
Position, School: DE, Missouri

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Player Name: Trent Murphy
Position, School: DE, Stanford

8. Minnesota Vikings
Player Name: Mike Evans
Position, School: WR, Texas A&M

9. Buffalo Bills
Player Name: Greg Robinson
Position, School: OT, Auburn

10. Detroit Lions
Player Name: Sammy Watkins
Position, School: WR, Clemson

11. Tennessee Titans
Player Name: Khalil Mack
Position, School: OLB, Buffalo

12. New York Giants
Player Name: C.J. Mosley
Position, School: ILB, Alabama

13. St. Louis Rams
Player Name: Darqueze Dennard
Position, School: CB, Michigan State

14. Chicago Bears
Player Name: Stephon Tuitt
Position, School: DE, Notre Dame

15. Pittsburgh Steelers
Player Name: Cyrus Kouandjio
Position, School: OT, Alabama

16. Baltimore Ravens
Player Name: Marqise Lee
Position, School: WR, USC

17. Dallas Cowboys
Player Name: Timmy Jernigan
Position, School: DT, Florida State

18. New York Jets
Player Name: Jace Amaro
Position, School: TE, Texas Tech

19. Miami Dolphins
Player Name: Taylor Lewan
Position, School: OT, Michigan

20. Arizona Cardinals
Player Name: Johnny Manziel
Position, School: QB, Texas A&M

21. Green Bay Packers
Player Name; Eric Ebron
Position, School: TE, UNC

22. Philadelphia Eagles
Player Name Ryan Shazier
Position, School: OLB, Ohio State

23. Kansas City Chiefs
Player Name: Jordan Matthews
Position, School: WR, Vanderbilt

24. Cincinnati Bengals
Player Name: Shayne Skov
Position, School: ILB, Stanford

25. San Diego Chargers
Player Name: Kyle Van Noy
Position, School: OLB, BYU

26. Cleveland Browns (from Indianapolis)
Player Name: Lache Seastrunk
Position, School: RB, Baylor

27. New Orleans Saints
Player Name: Jason Verrett
Position, School: CB, TCU

28. Carolina Panthers
Player Name: Kelvin Benjamin
Position, School: WR, Florida State

29. New England Patriots
Player Name” Louis Nix III
Position, School: DT, Notre Dame

30. San Francisco 49ers
Player Name: David Yankey
Position, School: G, Stanford

31. Denver Broncos
Player Name: Bradley Roby
Position, School: CB, Ohio State

32. Seattle Seahawks
Player Name: Brandin Cooks
Position, School: WR, Oregon State

What are your thoughts?

Have a different pick in mind? Sound off in the comments section about who your favorite team should select.

Topics: 2014 NFL Draft, Chicago Bears, Mock Draft, Nfl Draft, Nfl Mock Draft, Nfl Mock Draft 2014

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  • Charles Spencer King

    I’d bet the ranch Manziel goes before 20, Truitt for us? We pass on him.

    • http://dawindycity.com/ Jordan Campbell

      I was surprised myself that Manziel fell as much as he did. I like Tuitt. Typically, I have a thing against Notre Dame players but Tuitt could be a destructive force for the Bears.

  • Gary Graham

    I don’t think we should go with another receiver the lions need a cb and Darqueze Dennard will be there for the taking and he’s a mi guy

    • http://dawindycity.com/ Jordan Campbell

      Dennard would certainly be a great pick. As the guy in Seattle is proving, cornerbacks play a big factor.