NFL Draft Order 2014: Full Selection List for Rounds 2-7 and Round 1 Results

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NFL Draft Order 2014: Full Selection List for Rounds 2-7 and Round 1 Results
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Have you caught your breath yet?

After a night of more than just one "Didn't see that coming" moment, the next two days will be filled with more emotions and excitement for fans.

 

The riveting first round was highlighted by Jadeveon Clowney going No. 1 overall and Johnny Manziel going to the Cleveland Browns. As for the third top-tier signal-caller, Teddy Bridgewater snuck in at No. 32 to the Minnesota Vikings.

While most fans were caught up in the hype of the first round, the second and third rounds bring just as much excitement. Here's a look at the entire first round, the selection order for the rest of the draft and intriguing prospects expected to come off the board.

2014 First Round Selections
Pick Team Player Position School
1. Texans Jadeveon Clowney DE/OLB South Carolina
2. Rams (from WSH) Greg Robinson OT Auburn
3. Jaguars Blake Bortles QB UCF
4. Bills* Sammy Watkins WR Clemson
5. Raiders Khalil Mack OLB Buffalo
6. Falcons Jake Matthews OT Texas A&M
7. Buccaneers Mike Evans WR Texas A&M
8. Browns* Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma State
9. Vikings* Anthony Barr OLB UCLA
10. Lions Eric Ebron TE North Carolina
11. Titans Taylor Lewan OT Michigan
12. Giants Odell Beckham Jr. WR LSU
13. Rams Aaron Donald DT Pittsburgh
14. Bears Kyle Fuller CB Virginia Tech
15. Steelers Ryan Shazier OLB Ohio State
16. Cowboys Zack Martin OG/OT Notre Dame
17. Ravens C.J. Mosley ILB Alabama
18. Jets Calvin Pryor FS Louisville
19. Dolphins Ja'Wuan James OT Tennessee
20. Saints* Brandin Cooks WR Oregon State
21. Packers Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix FS Alabama
22. Browns* Johnny Manziel QB Texas A&M
23. Chiefs Dee Ford DE/OLB Auburn
24. Bengals Darqueze Dennard CB Michigan State
25. Chargers Jason Verrett CB TCU
26. Eagles* (from IND) Marcus Smith DE/OLB Louisville
27. Cardinals* Deone Bucannon SS Washington State
28. Panthers Kelvin Benjamin WR Florida State
29. Patriots Dominique Easley DT Florida
30. 49ers Jimmie Ward SS Northern Illinois
31. Broncos Bradley Roby CB Ohio State
32. Vikings* Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville

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2014 NFL Draft Selection Order (Rounds 2-7)
Pick Overall Team
1 33 Houston Texans
2 34 Washington Redskins
3 35 Cleveland Browns
4 36 Oakland Raiders
5 37 Atlanta Falcons
6 38 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
7 39 Jacksonville Jaguars
8 40 Seattle Seahawks (from Minnesota)
9 41 Buffalo Bills
10 42 Tennessee Titans
11 43 New York Giants
12 44 St. Louis Rams
13 45 Detroit Lions
14 46 Pittsburgh Steelers
15 47 Dallas Cowboys
16 48 Baltimore Ravens
17 49 New York Jets
18 50 Miami Dolphins
19 51 Chicago Bears
20 52 Arizona Cardinals
21 53 Green Bay Packers
22 54 Philadelphia Eagles
23 55 Cincinnati Bengals
24 56 San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City)
25 57 San Diego Chargers
26 58 New Orleans Saints
27 59 Indianapolis Colts
28 60 Carolina Panthers
29 61 San Francisco 49ers
30 62 New England Patriots
31 63 Denver Broncos
32 64 Seattle Seahawks
Round 3
1 65 Houston Texans
2 66 Washington Redskins
3 67 Oakland Raiders
4 68 Atlanta Falcons
5 69 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
6 70 Jacksonville Jaguars
7 71 Cleveland Browns
8 72 Minnesota Vikings
9 73 Buffalo Bills
10 74 New York Giants
11 75 St. Louis Rams
12 76 Detroit Lions
13 77 San Francisco 49ers (from Tennessee)
14 78 Dallas Cowboys
15 79 Baltimore Ravens
16 80 New York Jets
17 81 Miami Dolphins
18 82 Chicago Bears
19 83 Philadelphia Eagles (from Cleveland)
20 84 Arizona Cardinals
21 85 Green Bay Packers
22 86 Philadelphia Eagles
23 87 Kansas City Chiefs
24 88 Cincinnati Bengals
25 89 San Diego Chargers
26 90 Indianapolis Colts
27 91 Arizona Cardinals (from New Orleans)
28 92 Carolina Panthers
29 93 New England Patriots
30 94 San Francisco 49ers
31 95 Denver Broncos
32 96 Minnesota Vikings (from Seattle)
33 97 Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory)
34 98 Green Bay Packers (compensatory)
35 99 Baltimore Ravens (compensatory)
36 100 San Francisco 49ers (compensatory)
Round 4
1 101 Houston Texans
2 102 Washington Redskins
3 103 Atlanta Falcons
4 104 New York Jets (from Tampa Bay)
5 105 Jacksonville Jaguars
6 106 Cleveland Browns
7 107 Oakland Raiders
8 108 Seattle Seahawks (from Minnesota)
9 109 Buffalo Bills
10 110 St. Louis Rams
11 111 Detroit Lions
12 112 Tennessee Titans
13 113 New York Giants
14 114 Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore)
15 115 New York Jets
16 116 Miami Dolphins
17 117 Chicago Bears
18 118 Pittsburgh Steelers
19 119 Dallas Cowboys
20 120 Arizona Cardinals
21 121 Green Bay Packers
22 122 Philadelphia Eagles
23 123 Cincinnati Bengals
24 124 Kansas City Chiefs
25 125 San Diego Chargers
26 126 New Orleans Saints
27 127 Cleveland Browns (from Indianapolis)
28 128 Carolina Panthers
29 129 San Francisco 49ers
30 130 New England Patriots
31 131 Denver Broncos
32 132 Seattle Seahawks
33 133 Detroit Lions (compensatory)
34 134 Baltimore Ravens (compensatory)
35 135 Houston Texans (compensatory)
36 136 Detroit Lions (compensatory)
37 137 New York Jets (compensatory)
38 138 Baltimore Ravens (compensatory)
39 139 Atlanta Falcons (compensatory)
40 140 New England Patriots (compensatory)
Round 5
1 141 Houston Texans
2 142 Washington Redskins
3 143 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
4 144 Jacksonville Jaguars
5 145 Minnesota Vikings (from Cleveland)
6 146 Seattle Seahawks (from Oakland)
7 147 Atlanta Falcons
8 148 Minnesota Vikings
9 149 Buffalo Bills
10 150 Jacksonville Jaguars (from Detroit)
11 151 Tennessee Titans
12 152 New York Giants
13 153 St. Louis Rams
14 154 New York Jets
15 155 Miami Dolphins
16 156 Chicago Bears
17 157 Pittsburgh Steelers
18 158 Dallas Cowboys
19 159 Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore)
20 160 Arizona Cardinals
21 161 Green Bay Packers
22 162 Philadelphia Eagles
23 163 Kansas City Chiefs
24 164 Cincinnati Bengals
25 165 San Diego Chargers
26 166 Indianapolis Colts
27 167 New Orleans Saints
28 168 Carolina Panthers
29 169 New Orleans Saints (from New England via Philadelphia)
30 170 San Francisco 49ers
31 171 Denver Broncos
32 172 Seattle Seahawks
33 173 Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory)
34 174 New York Giants (compensatory)
35 175 Baltimore Ravens (compensatory)
36 176 Green Bay Packers (compensatory)
Round 6
1 177 Houston Texans
2 178 Washington Redskins
3 179 Jacksonville Jaguars
4 180 Cleveland Browns
5 181 Houston Texans (from Oakland Raiders)
6 182 Atlanta Falcons
7 183 Chicago Bears (from Tampa Bay)
8 184 Minnesota Vikings
9 185 Tampa Bay (from Buffalo Bills)
10 186 Tennessee Titans
11 187 New York Giants
12 188 St. Louis Rams
13 189 Detroit Lions
14 190 Miami Dolphins
15 191 Chicago Bears
16 192 Pittsburgh Steelers
17 193 Kansas City Chiefs (from Dallas)
18 194 Baltimore Ravens
19 195 New York Jets
20 196 Arizona Cardinals
21 197 Green Bay Packers
22 198 New England Patriots (from Philadelphia)
23 199 Cincinnati Bengals
24 200 Kansas City Chiefs
25 201 San Diego Chargers
26 202 New Orleans Saints
27 203 Indianapolis Colts
28 204 Carolina Panthers
29 205 Jacksonville Jaguars (from San Francisco)
30 206 New England Patriots
31 207 Denver Broncos
32 208 Seattle Seahawks
33 209 New York Jets (compensatory)
34 210 New York Jets (compensatory)
35 211 Houston Texans (compensatory)
36 212 Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory)
37 213 New York Jets (compensatory)
38 214 St. Louis Rams (compensatory)
39 215 Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory)
Round 7
1 216 Houston Texans
2 217 Washington Redskins
3 218 Cleveland Browns
4 219 Oakland Raiders
5 220 Atlanta Falcons
6 221 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
7 222 Jacksonville Jaguars
8 223 Minnesota Vikings
9 224 Buffalo Bills
10 225 Carolina Panthers (from N.Y. Giants)
11 226 St. Louis Rams
12 227 Detroit Lions
13 228 Tennessee Titans
14 229 Dallas Cowboys (from Chicago)
15 230 Pittsburgh Steelers
16 231 Dallas Cowboys
17 232 Indianapolis Colts (from Baltimore)
18 233 New York Jets
19 234 Miami Dolphins
20 235 Oakland Raiders (from Arizona)
21 236 Green Bay Packers
22 237 Philadelphia Eagles
23 238 Dallas Cowboys (from Kansas City)
24 239 Cincinnati Bengals
25 240 San Diego Chargers
26 241 St. Louis Rams (from Indianapolis)
27 242 San Francisco 49ers (from New Orleans)
28 243 San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina)
29 244 New England Patriots
30 245 San Francisco 49ers
31 246 Denver Broncos
32 247 Oakland Raiders (from Seattle Seahawks)
33 248 Dallas Cowboys (compensatory)
34 249 St. Louis Rams (compensatory)
35 250 St. Louis Rams (compensatory)
36 251 Dallas Cowboys (compensatory)
37 252 Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory)
38 253 Atlanta Falcons (compensatory)
39 254 Dallas Cowboys (compensatory)
40 255 Atlanta Falcons (compensatory)
41 256 Houston Texans (compensatory)

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Best Prospects Left in the Second Round

Marqise Lee, WR, USC

At the beginning of the college football season, Sammy Watkins was No. 1a and Marqise Lee was No. 1b.

My, how things have changed.

After a tumultuous, injury-riddled season with the Trojans in 2013, Lee fell well behind Watkins and several other receivers. But that doesn't mean Lee isn't still one of the best wideouts in the country.

Dan Greenspan of NFL.com points out that Lee is similar to another player that fell in last year's draft:

With teams in need of receivers, like the Philadelphia Eagles, passing on Lee, the Trojan has a chance to make several teams regret that decision. Look for Lee to go early in the second round and make a case for Rookie of the Year next season.

 

Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State

Can it possibly happen? Will lightning actually strike twice?

The Texans are once again in line to take a quarterback with the last name Carr with the top pick in a round. Only this time, it's the first selection in the second round, and the player is Derek Carr, the younger brother of David Carr.

Mike Sando of ESPN.com brought up that scenario, quoting Jon Gruden:

If the Texans ultimately decide to pass on quarterback again, there are several other quarterback-needy teams. While the Jags and Browns dealt with the position already, Matt Miller of Bleacher Report notes another team near the top of the second round:

Regardless of where Derek Carr lands, he has a huge arm and a cool demeanor in the pocket. In a quarterback-driven league, Carr can help lead a franchise to relevance in the coming years.

 

Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana

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Another wide receiver with enormous potential awaits in the second round.

After climbing up draft boards late in the process, Cody Latimer might be one of the top overall selections in the second round. The Indiana wideout features toughness and outstanding hands, something every NFL team needs.

With an ability to high-point the ball, Latimer showed his durability with the Hoosiers and proved the potential at the NFL Scouting Combine.

After getting their quarterback at the top of the draft, look for the Jaguars to build around Bortles with one of the two receivers listed. In a deep receiver class, Latimer might prove to be a surprise in the league.

 

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