NFL Draft Order 2014: Updated List of Picks Following Day 2 Results

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NFL Draft Order 2014: Updated List of Picks Following Day 2 Results
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The picks on Day 2 came a bit quicker, but they were just as significant as the selections from the first day. Second and third-round picks are a pretty big deal in the NFL.

The Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks had six players picked in the second and third rounds in their starting lineup last season. That includes star quarterback, Russell Wilson, who was taken in the third round in 2012.

Could one of these players have a similar impact? Time will tell, but here's a list of all the players taken on Day 2, per

Second Round

  Pick Team Player Pos. Ht Wt College
1(33) Texans Su'a-Filo, Xavier OG 6'4" 307 UCLA
2(34) Cowboys (From Redskins) Lawrence, Demarcus DE 6'3" 251 Boise St.    
3(35) Browns Bitonio, Joel OT 6'4" 302 Nevada    
4(36) Raiders Carr, Derek QB 6'2" 214 Fresno St.    
5(37) Falcons Hageman, Ra'Shede DT 6'6" 310 Minnesota    
6(38) Buccaneers Seferian-Jenkins, Austin TE 6'5" 262 Washington    
7(39) Jaguars Lee, Marqise WR 6'0" 192 USC    
8(40) Lions (From Vikings through Seahawks) Van Noy, Kyle OLB 6'3" 243 BYU    
9(41) Rams (From Bills) Joyner, Lamarcus CB 5'8" 184 Florida St.    
10(42) Eagles (From Titans) Matthews, Jordan WR 6'3" 212 Vanderbilt    
11(43) Giants Richburg, Weston C 6'3" 298 Colorado St.    
12(44) Bills (From Rams) Kouandjio, Cyrus OT 6'7" 322 Alabama    
13(45) Seahawks (From Lions) Richardson, Paul WR 6'0" 175 Colorado    
14(46) Steelers Tuitt, Stephon DE 6'5" 304 Notre Dame    
15(47) Redskins (From Cowboys) Murphy, Trent OLB 6'5" 250 Stanford    
16(48) Ravens Jernigan, Timmy NT 6'2" 299 Florida St.    
17(49) Jets Amaro, Jace TE 6'5" 265 Texas Tech    
18(50) Chargers (From Dolphins) Attaochu, Jeremiah OLB 6'3" 252 Georgia Tech    
19(51) Bears Ferguson, Ego DT 6'3" 315 LSU    
20(52) Cardinals Niklas, Troy TE 6'6" 270 Notre Dame    
21(53) Packers Adams, Davante WR 6'1" 212 Fresno St.    
22(54) Titans (From Eagles) Sankey, Bishop RB 5'9" 209 Washington    
23(55) Bengals Hill, Jeremy RB 6'1" 233 LSU    
24(56) Broncos (From Chiefs through 49ers) Latimer, Cody WR 6'2" 215 Indiana    
25(57) 49ers (From Chargers through Dolphins) Hyde, Carlos RB 6'0" 230 Ohio St.    
26(58) Saints Jean-Baptiste, Stanley CB 6'3" 218 Nebraska    
27(59) Colts Mewhort, Jack OT 6'6" 309 Ohio St.    
28(60) Panthers Ealy, Kony DE 6'4" 273 Missouri    
29(61) Jaguars (From 49ers) Robinson, Allen WR 6'2" 220 Penn St.    
30(62) Patriots Garoppolo, Jimmy QB 6'2" 226 Eastern Illinois    
31(63) Dolphins (From Broncos through 49ers) Landry, Jarvis WR 5'11" 205 LSU    
32(64) Seahawks Britt, Justin OT 6'6" 325 Missouri    

Players to Watch Who Were Selected in Round 2

Bishop Sankey

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It took 54 picks, but there was finally a halfback selected. Why has the running back position become such a seemingly unimportant position? Frank Schwab of Yahoo! Sports has a theory. Schwab writes:

The running back position isn't unimportant in the NFL, it's just a commodity nobody wants to invest in. Teams are using more running back committees. The short average career of a running back means no team wants to use a first-round pick on one for three or four quality years.

Of all the running backs in the 2014 draft, Sankey jumped out the most. Perhaps that's why he was the first back off the board.

Sankey ran for 1,870 yards and 20 touchdowns in 2013 at Washington. His quickness, versatility, toughness and leadership could make him a star and a fantasy football monster.

Jimmy Garoppolo

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Tom Brady is 37 years old. He's a legend—we know that—but he can't play forever. Garoppolo hails from tiny Eastern Illinois, but he impressed scouts with his intellect and instincts.

Obviously, Garoppolo will be asked to backup Brady for the time being. The team will be hopeful that he can learn from a future Hall of Famer.

How does Garoppolo feel about this potential role? Per Mike Reiss of, Garoppolo said:

"I feel good about it. It's one of those things, whether I was coming in as the starter or the backup, I'm going to go in and approach it the same way either way. That's what good football players do."

That's the Patriot way.

Third Round

  Picks Team Player Pos. Ht Wt College  
1(65) Texans Fiedorowicz, C.J. TE 6'5" 265 Iowa    
2(66) Redskins Moses, Morgan OT 6'6" 314 Virginia    
3(67) Dolphins (From Raiders) Turner, Billy OT 6'5" 315 North Dakota St.    
4(68) Falcons Southward, Dezmen FS 6'0" 211 Wisconsin    
5(69) Buccaneers Sims, Charles RB 6'0" 214 West Virginia    
6(70) 49ers (From Jaguars) Martin, Marcus C 6'3" 320 USC    
7(71) Browns Kirksey, Christian OLB 6'2" 233 Iowa    
8(72) Vikings Crichton, Scott DE 6'3" 273 Oregon St.    
9(73) Bills Brown, Preston ILB 6'1" 251 Louisville    
10(74) Giants Bromley, Jay DT 6'3" 306 Syracuse    
11(75) Rams Mason, Tre RB 5'8" 207 Auburn    
12(76) Lions Swanson, Travis C 6'5" 312 Arkansas    
13(77) 49ers (From Titans) Borland, Chris ILB 5'11" 248 Wisconsin    
14(78) Redskins (From Cowboys) Long, Spencer OG 6'5" 320 Nebraska    
15(79) Ravens Brooks, Terrence FS 5'11" 198 Florida St.    
16(80) Jets McDougle, Dexter CB 5'10" 196 Maryland    
17(81) Raiders (From Dolphins) Jackson, Gabe OG 6'3" 336 Mississippi St.    
18(82) Bears Sutton, Will DT 6'0" 303 Arizona State    
19(83) Texans (From Steelers through Browns and Eagles) Nix, Louis NT 6'2" 331 Notre Dame    
20(84) Cardinals Martin, Kareem DE 6'6" 272 North Carolina    
21(85) Packers Thornton, Khyri DT 6'3" 304 Southern Miss    
22(86) Eagles Huff, Josh WR 5'11" 206 Oregon    
23(87) Chiefs Gaines, Phillip CB 6'0" 193 Rice    
24(88) Bengals Clarke, Will DE 6'6" 271 West Virginia    
25(89) Chargers Watt, Chris OG 6'3" 310 Notre Dame    
26(90) Colts Moncrief, Donte WR 6'2" 221 Mississippi    
27(91) Cardinals (From Saints) Brown, John WR 5'10" 179 Pittsburg St. (KS)    
28(92) Panthers Turner, Trai OG 6'3" 310 LSU    
29(93) Jaguars (From Patriots) Linder, Brandon OG 6'6" 311 Miami    
30(94) Browns (From 49ers) West, Terrance RB 5'9" 225 Towson    
31(95) Broncos Schofield, Michael OT 6'6" 301 Michigan    
32(96) Vikings (From Seahawks) McKinnon, Jerick RB 5'9" 209 Georgia Southern    
33(97) Steelers (Compensatory selection) Archer, Dri RB 5'8" 173 Kent St.    
34(98) Packers (Compensatory selection) Rodgers, Richard TE 6'4" 257 California    
35(99) Ravens (Compensatory selection) Gillmore, Crockett TE 6'6" 260 Colorado St.    
  36(100) 49ers (Compensatory selection) Thomas, Brandon OT 6'3" 317 Clemson  

Players to Watch Who Were Selected in Round 3

Tre Mason

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An injury to the former Auburn star didn't seem to hurt Mason's draft stock much. The St. Louis Rams took him 75th overall in the third round on Friday. That's about where he was projected throughout the months leading up to the draft.

His mammoth season in 2013 had to open the eyes of some general managers.

In helping to lead Auburn to the national championship game, Mason ran for 1,816 yards and 23 touchdowns last season.

The Rams needed another back to help complement Zac Stacy. Mason could be the guy. 

Louis Nix III

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As a 3-4 nose tackle, few players have the strength and presence on the ball that Nix III has. The Texans took him in the third round with the 83rd pick overall.

There are some concerns about his conditioning, but if he can improve in that area, he could be similar to Vince Wilfork in the NFL.

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