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

Brian Mazique@@UniqueMaziqueCorrespondent IIIMay 10, 2014

Jimmy Garoppolo, quarterback de Eastern Illinois, sonríe luego de ser tomado en el draft de la NFL por los Patriots de Nueva Inglaterra con la selección 82 el viernes 9 de mayo de 2014 en Nueva York. (Foto AP/Jason DeCrow)
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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

1(33)TexansSu'a-Filo, XavierOG6'4"307UCLA
2(34)Cowboys (From Redskins)Lawrence, DemarcusDE6'3"251Boise St.  
3(35)BrownsBitonio, JoelOT6'4"302Nevada  
4(36)RaidersCarr, DerekQB6'2"214Fresno St.  
5(37)FalconsHageman, Ra'ShedeDT6'6"310Minnesota  
6(38)BuccaneersSeferian-Jenkins, AustinTE6'5"262Washington  
7(39)JaguarsLee, MarqiseWR6'0"192USC  
8(40)Lions (From Vikings through Seahawks)Van Noy, KyleOLB6'3"243BYU  
9(41)Rams (From Bills)Joyner, LamarcusCB5'8"184Florida St.  
10(42)Eagles (From Titans)Matthews, JordanWR6'3"212Vanderbilt  
11(43)GiantsRichburg, WestonC6'3"298Colorado St.  
12(44)Bills (From Rams)Kouandjio, CyrusOT6'7"322Alabama  
13(45)Seahawks (From Lions)Richardson, PaulWR6'0"175Colorado  
14(46)SteelersTuitt, StephonDE6'5"304Notre Dame  
15(47)Redskins (From Cowboys)Murphy, TrentOLB6'5"250Stanford  
16(48)RavensJernigan, TimmyNT6'2"299Florida St.  
17(49)JetsAmaro, JaceTE6'5"265Texas Tech  
18(50)Chargers (From Dolphins)Attaochu, JeremiahOLB6'3"252Georgia Tech  
19(51)BearsFerguson, EgoDT6'3"315LSU  
20(52)CardinalsNiklas, TroyTE6'6"270Notre Dame  
21(53)PackersAdams, DavanteWR6'1"212Fresno St.  
22(54)Titans (From Eagles)Sankey, BishopRB5'9"209Washington  
23(55)BengalsHill, JeremyRB6'1"233LSU  
24(56)Broncos (From Chiefs through 49ers)Latimer, CodyWR6'2"215Indiana  
25(57)49ers (From Chargers through Dolphins)Hyde, CarlosRB6'0"230Ohio St.  
26(58)SaintsJean-Baptiste, StanleyCB6'3"218Nebraska  
27(59)ColtsMewhort, JackOT6'6"309Ohio St.  
28(60)PanthersEaly, KonyDE6'4"273Missouri  
29(61)Jaguars (From 49ers)Robinson, AllenWR6'2"220Penn St.  
30(62)PatriotsGaroppolo, JimmyQB6'2"226Eastern Illinois  
31(63)Dolphins (From Broncos through 49ers)Landry, JarvisWR5'11"205LSU  
32(64)SeahawksBritt, JustinOT6'6"325Missouri  

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

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 21: Former Eastern Illinois quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo speaks to the media during the 2014 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 21, 2014 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
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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

1(65)TexansFiedorowicz, C.J.TE6'5"265Iowa  
2(66)RedskinsMoses, MorganOT6'6"314Virginia  
3(67)Dolphins (From Raiders)Turner, BillyOT6'5"315North Dakota St.  
4(68)FalconsSouthward, DezmenFS6'0"211Wisconsin  
5(69)BuccaneersSims, CharlesRB6'0"214West Virginia  
6(70)49ers (From Jaguars)Martin, MarcusC6'3"320USC  
7(71)BrownsKirksey, ChristianOLB6'2"233Iowa  
8(72)VikingsCrichton, ScottDE6'3"273Oregon St.  
9(73)BillsBrown, PrestonILB6'1"251Louisville  
10(74)GiantsBromley, JayDT6'3"306Syracuse  
11(75)RamsMason, TreRB5'8"207Auburn  
12(76)LionsSwanson, TravisC6'5"312Arkansas  
13(77)49ers (From Titans)Borland, ChrisILB5'11"248Wisconsin  
14(78)Redskins (From Cowboys)Long, SpencerOG6'5"320Nebraska  
15(79)RavensBrooks, TerrenceFS5'11"198Florida St.  
16(80)JetsMcDougle, DexterCB5'10"196Maryland  
17(81)Raiders (From Dolphins)Jackson, GabeOG6'3"336Mississippi St.  
18(82)BearsSutton, WillDT6'0"303Arizona State  
19(83)Texans (From Steelers through Browns and Eagles)Nix, LouisNT6'2"331Notre Dame  
20(84)CardinalsMartin, KareemDE6'6"272North Carolina  
21(85)PackersThornton, KhyriDT6'3"304Southern Miss  
22(86)EaglesHuff, JoshWR5'11"206Oregon  
23(87)ChiefsGaines, PhillipCB6'0"193Rice  
24(88)BengalsClarke, WillDE6'6"271West Virginia  
25(89)ChargersWatt, ChrisOG6'3"310Notre Dame  
26(90)ColtsMoncrief, DonteWR6'2"221Mississippi  
27(91)Cardinals (From Saints)Brown, JohnWR5'10"179Pittsburg St. (KS)  
28(92)PanthersTurner, TraiOG6'3"310LSU  
29(93)Jaguars (From Patriots)Linder, BrandonOG6'6"311Miami  
30(94)Browns (From 49ers)West, TerranceRB5'9"225Towson  
31(95)BroncosSchofield, MichaelOT6'6"301Michigan  
32(96)Vikings (From Seahawks)McKinnon, JerickRB5'9"209Georgia Southern  
33(97)Steelers (Compensatory selection)Archer, DriRB5'8"173Kent St.  
34(98)Packers (Compensatory selection)Rodgers, RichardTE6'4"257California  
35(99)Ravens (Compensatory selection)Gillmore, CrockettTE6'6"260Colorado St.  
 36(100)49ers (Compensatory selection)Thomas, BrandonOT6'3"317Clemson 

Players to Watch Who Were Selected in Round 3

Tre Mason

PASADENA, CA - JANUARY 06:  Running back Tre Mason #21 of the Auburn Tigers runs for 37-yard touchdown against the Florida State Seminoles in the fourth quarter to take a 31-27 lead in the 2014 Vizio BCS National Championship Game at the Rose Bowl on Janu
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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

SOUTH BEND, IN - OCTOBER 19: Louis Nix III #1 of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish celebrates near the end of the game against the University of Southern California Trojans at Notre Dame Stadium on October 19, 2013 in South Bend, Indiana. Notre Dame defeated
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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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