NFL Draft Order 2014: Full List of Draft Selections Following Super Bowl XLVIII

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NFL Draft Order 2014: Full List of Draft Selections Following Super Bowl XLVIII
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The Seattle Seahawks beat the Denver Broncos, 43-8, in Super Bowl XLVIII, meaning the full order is finally set for the 2014 NFL draft. 

The Houston Texans will pick first, having finished the regular season with the league's worst record (2-14), while the Seahawks will close out the first round with the 32nd overall selection.

Of course, the draft isn't just about Round 1. There are seven rounds with which to build an NFL franchise, and hundreds of exciting prospects—both hyped and hidden—will enter the league as rookies in 2014. 

As an example of the hidden gems found in latter rounds, Super Bowl XLVIII MVP Malcolm Smith was a seventh-round pick just three years ago. This isn't a rarity, either—the NFL is full of stars who weren't hyped out of college. 

With that in mind, here's a look at the entire draft order, from start to finish. (Since they haven't yet been handed out, provisional picks aren't included.)

2014 NFL Draft Order
Round 1
Selection Team
1. Houston (2-14)
2. St. Louis - from Washington (3-13)
3. Jacksonville (4-12)
4. Cleveland (4-12)
5. Oakland (4-12)
6. Atlanta (4-12)
7. Tampa Bay (4-12)
8. Minnesota (5-10-1)
9. Buffalo (6-10)
10. Detroit (7-9)
11. Tennessee (7-9)
12. New York Giants (7-9)
13. St. Louis (7-9)
14. Chicago (8-8)
15. Pittsburgh (8-8)
16. Dallas (8-8)
17. Baltimore (8-8)
18. New York Jets (8-8)
19. Miami (8-8)
20. Arizona (10-6)
21. Green Bay (8-7-1)
22. Philadelphia (10-6)
23. Kansas City (11-5)
24. Cincinnati (11-5)
25. San Diego (9-7)
26. Cleveland - from Indianapolis (11-5)
27. New Orleans (11-5)
28. Carolina (12-4)
29. New England (12-4)
30. San Francisco (12-4)
31. Denver (13-3)
32. Seattle (13-3)
Round 2
Selection Team
1. Houston (2-14)
2. Washington (3-13)
3. Cleveland (4-12)
4. Oakland (4-12)
5. Atlanta (4-12)
6. Tampa Bay (4-12)
7. Jacksonville (4-12)
8. Minnesota (5-10-1)
9. Buffalo (6-10)
10. Tennessee (7-9)
11. New York Giants (7-9)
12. St. Louis (7-9)
13. Detroit (7-9)
14. Pittsburgh (8-8)
15. Dallas (8-8)
16. Baltimore (8-8)
17. New York Jets (8-8)
18. Miami (8-8)
19. Chicago (8-8)
20. Arizona (10-6)
21. Green Bay (8-7-1)
22. Philadelphia (10-6)
23. San Francisco (12-4) - from Kansas City
24. Cincinnati (11-5)
25. San Diego (9-7)
26. Indianapolis (11-5)
27. New Orleans (11-5)
28. Carolina (12-4)
29. New England (12-4)
30. San Francisco (12-4)
31. Denver (13-3)
32. Seattle (13-3)
Round 3
Selection Team
1. Houston (2-14)
2. Washington (3-13)
3. Oakland (4-12)
4. Atlanta (4-12)
5. New York Jets - from Tampa Bay (4-12)
6. Jacksonville (4-12)
7. Cleveland (4-12)
8. Minnesota (5-10-1)
9. Buffalo (6-10)
10. New York Giants (7-9)
11. St. Louis (7-9)
12. Detroit (7-9)
13. San Francisco - from Tennessee (7-9)
14. Dallas (8-8)
15. Baltimore (8-8)
16. New York Jets (8-8)
17. Miami (8-8)
18. Chicago (8-8)
19. Cleveland - from Pittsburgh (8-8)
20. Arizona (10-6)
21. Green Bay (8-7-1)
22. Philadelphia (10-6)
23. San Francisco (12-4) - from Kansas City
24. Cincinnati (11-5)
25. San Diego (9-7)
26. Indianapolis (11-5)
27. New Orleans (11-5)
28. Carolina (12-4)
29. New England (12-4)
30. San Francisco (12-4)
31. Denver (13-3)
32. Seattle (13-3)
Round 4
Selection Team
1. Houston (2-14)
2. Washington (3-13)
3. Atlanta (4-12)
4. Tampa Bay (4-12)
5. Jacksonville (4-12)
6. Cleveland (4-12)
7. Oakland (4-12)
8. Minnesota (5-10-1)
9. Buffalo (6-10)
10. St. Louis (7-9)
11. Detroit (7-9)
12. Tennessee (7-9)
13. New York Giants (7-9)
14. Jacksonville - from Baltimore (8-8)
15. New York Jets (8-8)
16. Miami (8-8)
17. Chicago (8-8)
18. Pittsburgh (8-8)
19. Dallas (8-8)
20. Arizona (10-6)
21. Green Bay (8-7-1)
22. Philadelphia (10-6)
23. Kansas City (11-5)
24. Cincinnati (11-5)
25. San Diego (9-7)
26. Cleveland - from Indianapolis (11-5)
27. New Orleans (11-5)
28. Carolina (12-4)
29. New England (12-4)
30. San Francisco (12-4)
31. Denver (13-3)
32 Seattle (13-3)
Round 5
Selection Team
1. Houston (2-14)
2. Washington (3-13)
3. Tampa Bay (4-12)
4. Jacksonville (4-12)
5. Cleveland (4-12)
6. Seattle - from Oakland (4-12)
7. Atlanta (4-12)
8. Minnesota (5-10-1)
9. Buffalo (6-10)
10. Jacksonville - from Detroit (7-9)
11. Tennessee (7-9)
12. New York Giants (7-9)
13. St. Louis (7-9)
14. New York Jets (8-8)
15. Miami (8-8)
16. Chicago (8-8)
17. Pittsburgh (8-8)
18. Dallas (8-8)
19. Jacksonville - from Baltimore (8-8)
20. Arizona (10-6)
21. Green Bay (8-7-1)
22. Philadelphia (10-6)
23. Kansas City (11-5)
24. Cincinnati (11-5)
25. San Diego (9-7)
26. Indianapolis (11-5)
27. New Orleans (11-5)
28. Carolina (12-4)
29. Philadelphia - from New England (12-4)
30. San Francisco (12-4)
31. Denver (13-3)
32 Seattle (13-3)
Round 6
Selection Team
1. Houston (2-14)
2. Washington (3-13)
3. Tampa Bay (4-12)
4. Jacksonville (4-12)
5. Cleveland (4-12)
6. Seattle - from Oakland (4-12)
7. Atlanta (4-12)
8. Minnesota (5-10-1)
9. Buffalo (6-10)
10. Jacksonville - from Detroit (7-9)
11. Tennessee (7-9)
12. New York Giants (7-9)
13. St. Louis (7-9)
14. New York Jets (8-8)
15. Miami (8-8)
16. Chicago (8-8)
17. Pittsburgh (8-8)
18. Dallas (8-8)
19. Jacksonville - from Baltimore (8-8)
20. Arizona (10-6)
21. Green Bay (8-7-1)
22. New England - from Philadelphia (10-6)
23. Kansas City (11-5)
24. Cincinnati (11-5)
25. San Diego (9-7)
26. Indianapolis (11-5)
27. New Orleans (11-5)
28. Carolina (12-4)
29. Philadelphia - from New England (12-4)
30. San Francisco (12-4)
31. Denver (13-3)
32 Seattle (13-3)
Round 7
Selection Team
1. Houston (2-14)
2. Washington (3-13)
3. Cleveland (4-12)
4. Oakland (4-12)
5. Atlanta (4-12)
6. Tampa Bay (4-12)
7. Jacksonville (4-12)
8. Minnesota (5-10-1)
9. Buffalo (6-10)
10. New York Giants (7-9)
11. St. Louis (7-9)
12. Detroit (7-9)
13. Tennessee (7-9)
14. Dallas - from Chicago (8-8)
15. Pittsburgh (8-8)
16. Dallas (8-8)
17. Indianapolis - from Baltimore (8-8)
18. New York Jets (8-8)
19. Miami (8-8)
20. Oakland - from Arizona (10-6)
21. Green Bay (8-7-1)
22. New England - from Philadelphia (10-6)
23. Kansas City (11-5)
24. Cincinnati (11-5)
25. San Diego (9-7)
26. San Francisco - from Indianapolis (11-5)
27. San Francisco - from New Orleans (11-5)
28. San Francisco - from Carolina (12-4)
29. New England (12-4)
30. San Francisco (12-4)
31. Denver (13-3)
32 Seattle (13-3)

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Houston has its hands full while figuring out which player to draft at the top.

With a real need for a franchise quarterback, you can be sure that the top signal-callers in the 2014 draft class will be heavily looked into. Among those who'll likely be considered are Teddy Bridgewater (Louisville), Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M), Blake Bortles (UCF) and Derek Carr (Fresno State). 

However, none of these four quarterbacks comes into the league as a sure-fire star like Andrew Luck or even Cam Newton

With Jadeveon Clowney on the board, it would seem like Houston has a gimme backup plan in place should none of the top signal-callers appropriately tantalize the franchise. However, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle doesn't see the Texans taking a player from any other position, regardless:

If Clowney isn't selected by the Texans, then it'll be interesting to see where he ends up landing. 

St. Louis owns the second pick, but Chris Long and Robert Quinn are already accomplished starters at the defensive end position, with Quinn fresh off a 19-sack campaign. 

Jacksonville would seem like a great landing spot, except for the fact that the Jaguars also need a quarterback, as do the Cleveland Browns and Oakland Raiders, who pick at No. 4 and 5, respectively. 

The NFL is a quarterback-driven league, and even though there isn't a true No. 1 signal-caller in this year's draft, the need is great for those teams who have dwelt in the league's cellar for the past handful of years...or more.

 

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