2014 NFL Draft: Full List of Picks, Prospect Grades and More

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2014 NFL Draft: Full List of Picks, Prospect Grades and More
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The 2014 NFL draft is finally behind us, with seven awesome rounds validating several months of speculation and hype.

Whether you religiously watched all three days of this marquee event or just tuned in sporadically, right now is a perfect time to take a final look at which prospects each franchise selected over the weekend.

Keep reading for a complete list of players taken in the draft, plus grades for each team and more.

Complete List of 2014 NFL Draft Picks and Grades
Team Complete Picks Grade
Arizona Cardinals SS Deone Bucannon (27), TE Troy Niklas (52), DE Kareem Martin (84), WR John Brown (91), QB Logan Thomas (120), DE Ed Stinson (160), WR Walt Powell (196) B
Atlanta Falcons OT Jake Matthews (6), DL Ra'Shede Hageman (37), S Dez Southward (68), RB Devonta Freeman (103), LB Prince Shembo (139), CB Ricardo Allen (147), LB Marquis Spruill (168), LB Yawin Smallwood (253), LB Tyler Starr (255) B+
Baltimore Ravens ILB C.J. Mosley (17), DT Tim Jernigan (48), S Terrence Brooks (79), TE Crockett Gilmore (99), DT Brent Urban (134), RB Lorenzo Taliaferro (138), G John Urschel (175), QB Keith Wenning (194), WR Michael Campanaro (218) A-
Buffalo Bills WR Sammy Watkins (4), OT Cyrus Kouandjio (44), LB Preston Brown (73), CB Ross Cockrell (109), G Cyril Richardson (153), LB Randell Johnson (221), T Seantrel Henderson (237) C+
Carolina Panthers WR Kelvin Benjamin (28), DL Kony Ealy (60), G Trai Turner (92), S Tre Boston (128), CB Bene Benwikere (148), RB Tyler Gaffney (204) B
Chicago Bears CB Kyle Fuller (14), DT Ego Ferguson (51), DT Will Sutton (82), RB Ka'Deem Carey (117), S Brock Vereen (131), QB David Fales (183), P Pat O'Donnell (191), T Charles Leno (246) B+
Cincinnati Bengals CB Darqueze Dennard (24), RB Jeremy Hill (55), DE William Clarke (88), C Russell Bodine (111), QB A.J. McCarron (164), LB Marquis Flowers (212), WR James Wright (239), CB Lavelle Westbrooks (252) B-
Cleveland Browns CB Justin Gilbert (8), QB Johnny Manziel (22), OL Joel Bitonio (35), LB Charles Kirksey (71), RB Terrance West (94), CB Pierre Desir (127) B+
Dallas Cowboys OT Zack Martin (16), DE Demarcus Lawrence (34), LB Anthony Hitchens (119), WR Devin Street (146), DE Ben Gardner (231), LB Will Smith (238), S Ahmad Dixon (248), DT Ken Bishop (251), CB Terrance Mitchell (254) C
Denver Broncos CB Bradley Roby (31), WR Cody Latimer (56), T Michael Schofield (95), LB Lamin Barrow (156), C Matt Paradis (207), LB Corey Nelson (242) B
Detroit Lions TE Eric Ebron (10), OLB Kyle Van Noy (40), C Travis Swanson (76), CB Nevin Lawson (133), DE Larry Webster (136), DT Caraun Reid (158), WR T.J. Jones (189), K Nate Freese (229) B
Green Bay Packers FS Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (21), WR Davante Adams (53), DT Khyri Thornton (85), TE Richard Rogers (98), LB Carl Bradford (121), C Corey Lindsey (161), WR Jared Abbrederis (176), CB Demetri Goodson (197), WR Jeff Janis (236) B+
Houston Texans DE Jadeveon Clowney (1), OG Xavier Su'a-Filo (33), TE C.J. Fiedorowicz (65), DT Louis Nix (83), QB Tom Savage (135), DE Jeoffrey Pagan (177), RB Alfred Blue (181), RB Jay Prosch (211), CB Dre Hal (216), S Lonnie Ballentine (256) A-
Indianapolis Colts OL Jack Mewhort (59), WR Donte Moncrief (90), DE Jonathan Newsome (166), LB Andrew Jackson (203), T Ulrick John (232) D+
Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles (3), WR Marqise Lee (39), WR Allen Robinson (61), G Brandon Linder (93), CB Aaron Colvin (114), LB Telvin Smith (144), DE Chris Smith (159), C Luke Bowanko (205), RB Storm Johnson (222) A-
Kansas City Chiefs DE Dee Ford (23), CB Phillip Gaines (87), RB De'Anthony Thomas (124), QB Aaron Murray (163), G Zach Fulton (193), T Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (200) C-
Miami Dolphins OT Ja'Wuan James (19), WR Jarvis Landry (63), T Billy Turner (67), CB Walt Aikens (125), TE Arthur Lynch (155), LB Jordie Tripp (171), WR Matt Hazel (190), DE Terrance Fede (234) B-
Minnesota Vikings OLB Anthony Barr (9), QB Teddy Bridgewater (32), DE Scott Crichton (72), RB Jerick McKinnon (96), G David Yankey (145), CB Antone Exum (182), CB Kendall James (184), DT Shamar Stephen (220), LB Brandon Watts (223), CB Jabari Price (225) B+
New England Patriots DT Dominique Easley (29), QB Jimmy Garoppolo (62), C Bryan Stork (105), RB James White (130), T Cameron Fleming (140), G Jon Halapio (179), DE Zach Moore (198), S Jemea Thomas (206), WR Jeremy Gallon (244) B
New Orleans Saints WR Brandin Cooks (20), CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste (58), LB Khairi Fortt (126), S Vinnie Sunseri (167), LB Ronald Powell (169), T Tavon Rooks (202) B
New York Giants WR Odell Beckham (12), C Weston Richburg (43), DT Jay Bromley (74), RB Andre Williams (113), S Nat Berhe (152), LB Devon Kennard (174), CB Bennett Jackson (187) C+
New York Jets FS Calvin Pryor (18), TE Jace Amaro (49), CB Dex McDougle (80), WR Jalen Saunders (104), WR Shaq Evans (115), T Dakota Dozier (137), LB Jeremiah George (154), CB Brandon Dixon (195), WR Quincy Enunwa (209), DE IK Enemkpali (210), QB Tajh Boyd (213), LB Trevor Reilly (233) B+
Oakland Raiders OLB Khalil Mack (5), QB Derek Carr (36), OG Gabe Jackson (81), DT Justin Ellis (107), CB Keith McGill (116), CB T.J. Carrie (219), DE Shelby Harris (235), S Jonathan Dowling (247) B+
Philadelphia Eagles DE Marcus Smith (26), WR Jordan Matthews (42), WR Josh Huff (86), CB Jaylen Watkins (101), DE Taylor Hart (141), S Ed Reynolds (162), DT Beau Allen (224) C
Pittsburgh Steelers OLB Ryan Shazier (15), DL Stephon Tuitt (46), WR Dri Archer (97), WR Martavis Bryant (118), CB Shaquille Richardson (157), C Wesley Johnson (173), LB Jordan Zumwait (192), DT Dan McCullers (215), TE Rob Blanchflower (230) B+
San Diego Chargers CB Jason Verrett (25), OLB Jeremy Attaochu (50), G Chris Watt (89), DT Ryan Carrethers (165), RB Marlon Grice (201), WR Tevin Reese (240) B+
San Francisco 49ers SS Jimmie Ward (30), RB Carlos Hyde (57), OG Marcus Martin (70), ILB Chris Borland (77), G Brandon Thomas (100), WR Bruce Ellington (106), CB Dontae Johnson (129), DE Aaron Lynch (150), CB Keith Reaser (170), CB Kenneth Acker (180), DT Kaleb Ramsey (243), FB Trey Millard (245) A-
Seattle Seahawks WR Paul Richardson (45), OL Justin Britt (64), DE Cassius Marsh (108), WR Kevin Norwood (123), LB Kevin Pierre-Louis (132), DT Jimmy Staten (172), T Garrett Scott (199), S Eric Pinkins (208), FB Kiero Smal (227) D+
St. Louis Rams OT Greg Robinson (2), DT Aaron Donald (13), CB Lamarcus Joyner (41), RB Tre Mason (75), S Maurice Alexander (110), CB E.J. Gaines (188), QB Garrett Gilbert (214), T Mitchell Van Dyk (226), S C.B. Bryant (241), DE Michael Sam (249), C Demetrius Rhaney (250) A
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Mike Evans (7), TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins (38), RB Charles Sims (69), G Kadeem Edwards (143), T Kevin Pamphile (149), WR Robert Herron (185) B
Tennessee Titans OT Taylor Lewan (11), RB Bishop Sankey (54), DT DaQuan Jones (112), CB Marqueston Huff (122), LB Avery Williamson (151), QB Zach Mettenberger (178) A-
Washington Redskins LB Trent Murphy (47), OT Morgan Moses (66), G Spencer Long (78), CB Bashaud Breeland (102), WR Ryan Grant (142), RB Lache Seastrunk (186), TE Ted Bolser (217), K Zach Hocker (228) C

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Most Intriguing Draft: New England Patriots

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The New England Patriots have been one of the most interesting teams in the league when it comes to drafting under head coach/general manager Bill Belichick. The hooded guru has never been one to follow popular opinion or make the “sexy” pick in the draft.

Belichick bucked the trend yet again at the start of the 2014 draft and continued to make a number of selections that had some scratching their heads throughout the weekend.

The Pats started things off on Thursday night by grabbing Dominique Easley out of Florida with the No. 30 overall pick in the first round. The Gators defensive lineman is immensely talented and capable of becoming a top-notch contributor, but his tendency to suffer major injuries may come back to haunt this franchise.

While Easley is immensely versatile and possesses a motor that just won’t quit, he suffered serious ACL injuries to both knees during his collegiate career. While he bounced back from his first one with a monster 2012 campaign, it remains to be seen if he will return to form after being sidelined in 2013.

New England clearly believes he will, as Belichick spoke with Chad Finn of the Boston Globe about Easley’s skills: "He does a lot of things well. He's a smart guy, he's very instinctive. He's got a great motor, works hard. Football is very important to him. He's an all-in guy. There's not much to not like about him; versatile."

Doug Farrar of Sports Illustrated added his two cents on the issue:

While you can rationalize the Pats’ opening pick as an ambitious gambit and a swing for the fences, their second-round selection is tougher to justify and is being perceived as downright puzzling.

New England took Jimmy Garoppolo of Eastern Illinois with the No. 62 pick, adding another signal-caller into the mix at a position that is already a major strength for the club. Not only does the team boast future Hall of Famer Tom Brady as the starter, who still has a few more good years, but it also employs long-time backup Ryan Mallett—who is going into his fifth season in 2014.

The pick made a little more sense on Day 2, when there was speculation that Mallett would be dealt to the Houston Texans during the draft, but per Anthony Gulizia and Ben Volin of the Boston Globe, that would never come to fruition.

Belichick made it clear that he would be willing to keep Garoppolo, Mallett and Brady if it helps his organization win football games, as per Mike Reiss of ESPN Boston:

We'll do whatever is best for the team. We've had four, we've had three, we've had two. So whatever's best for the team, that's what we'll do. Nothing is set in stone. We've had different numbers of guys at different positions. I don't think there's any concrete formula. We'll do what's best for the team. 

The Pats used their third-rounder to restock the running back position, bringing in James White of Wisconsin to help out Stevan Ridley and Shane Vereen. They also added depth to an injury-prone offensive line via tackle Cameron Fleming and guard Jon Halapio.

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The Pats would finally add some more defensive prospects on Day 3, bringing aboard defensive end Zach Moore and safety Jemea Thomas before using their final selection on wideout Jeremy Gallon.

These Saturday selections aren’t nearly as confusing as New England’s picks on Days 1 and 2, but the club’s decision to take Garoppolo and Easley where it did makes this one of the most intriguing, but potentially great, draft classes in the league.

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