Fantasy Football 2014: Top 200 Player Rankings and Round-by-Round Draft Strategy

James ParadisContributor IIAugust 20, 2014

Fantasy Football 2014: Top 200 Player Rankings and Round-by-Round Draft Strategy

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    The 2014 fantasy football season inches closer every day—are you prepared?

    In the final days leading up to drafts, it’s vital to keep up with player stocks that are rising and falling, and it's important to determine the best way to approach your league this season.

    There is no perfect draft strategy, but there are tried-and-true ways to stay one step ahead of your leaguemates and put yourself in the best position to dominate.

    The following Top 200 player rankings are separated into 12-player rounds to give an idea of where each player’s relative value lies in a standard-league draft.

     

    Note: This is not a mock draft—defenses and kickers are not included to keep the focus on QB-RB-WR-TE roster decisions. On the final slide, you will find a user-friendly, complete list of the Top 200 players.

Rounds 1-2: Prioritize Positions of Scarcity Early

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    Round 1

    1. LeSean McCoy, PHI (RB1)

    2. Jamaal Charles, KC (RB2)

    3. Adrian Peterson, MIN (RB3)

    4. Matt Forte, CHI (RB4)

    5. Jimmy Graham, NO (TE1)

    6. Calvin Johnson, DET (WR1)

    7. DeMarco Murray, DAL (RB5)

    8. Eddie Lacy, GB (RB6)

    9. Demaryius Thomas, DEN (WR2)

    10. Dez Bryant, DAL (WR3)

    11. Marshawn Lynch, SEA (RB7)

    12. Zac Stacy, STL (RB8)

     

    Round 2

    13. A.J. Green, CIN (WR4)

    14. Rob Gronkowski, NE (TE2)

    15. Jordy Nelson, GB (WR5)

    16. Alshon Jeffery, CHI (WR6)

    17. Brandon Marshall, CHI (WR7)

    18. Le’Veon Bell, PIT (RB9)

    19. Montee Ball, DEN (RB10)

    20. Julius Thomas, DEN (TE3)

    21. Andre Ellington, ARI (RB11)

    22. C.J. Spiller, BUF (RB12)

    23. Giovani Bernard, CIN (RB13)

    24. Doug Martin, TB (RB14)

     

    Here’s some valuable fantasy advice: The early rounds of a draft are extremely important.

    You’re welcome. But wait, there’s more.

    A majority of the predraft talk this time of year tends to surround late-round breakout candidates. And while it’s absolutely valuable to have a grasp on high-upside sleepers to target, the core of a roster is built early.

    Employing a well-educated draft strategy in the first couple rounds can make or break a roster.

    These rankings prioritize the positions of greatest scarcity. For 2014, running back and tight end become far more volatile in the mid and late rounds. There are plenty of lottery-ticket RBs and TEs to gamble on later, but there’s a chasm of talent between the guys at the top and everyone else.

    As a result, these first few rounds are front-loaded with the top running backs and tight ends. Yes, there is also an elite tier of quarterbacks and wide receivers that stands above the rest. The difference is that there exists a bevy of solid, safe starter options at those positions that can be found later—especially at quarterback.

    It’s understandable for owners to fear early-round running backs after last year’s uncharacteristically high bust rate. But last year was an aberration in this regard, as ESPN’s Chris Harris pointed out late last season.

    Per Harris, running backs drafted in the first round rarely “flame out” the way so many did in 2013. Conversely, Harris explains, QBs and WRs rarely validate a first-round selection:

    In the past nine seasons, 15 QBs went in the top 10 [overall players drafted in ESPN standard leagues], and three of them justified that selection…In the same span, seven WRs went in the top 10, and one of them justified it.

    As for tight ends, we’ve all seen what Jimmy Graham, Rob Gronkowski and Julius Thomas can do, when healthy. These guys are difference-makers on a fantasy roster—the positional advantage each provides on a week-to-week basis is enormous.

    It’s worth keeping an eye on Gronk’s preseason progress, but he looks primed for a Week 1 return.

    All this is not to say wide receivers and quarterbacks should be ignored completely in the early rounds—a few will undoubtedly justify a premium pick. However, a wise draft strategy suggests that owners maximize their roster’s potential by placing an early focus on RB and TE.

Rounds 3-4: Take Advantage of Deep WR Pool

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    Round 3

    25. Julio Jones, ATL (WR8)

    26. Antonio Brown, PIT (WR9)

    27. Randall Cobb, GB (WR10)

    28. Peyton Manning, DEN (QB1)

    29. Drew Brees, NO (QB2)

    30. Aaron Rodgers, GB (QB3)

    31. Alfred Morris, WAS (RB15)

    32. Arian Foster, HOU (RB16)

    33. Victor Cruz, NYG (WR 11)

    34. Roddy White, ATL (WR12)

    35. Keenan Allen, SD (WR13)

    36. Vincent Jackson, TB (WR14)

     

    Round 4

    37. Cordarrelle Patterson, MIN (WR15)

    38. Michael Floyd, ARI (WR16)

    39. Torrey Smith, BAL (WR17)

    40. Andre Johnson, HOU (WR18)

    41. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI (WR19)

    42. Pierre Garcon, WAS (WR20)

    43. Jordan Cameron, CLE (TE4)

    44. Percy Harvin, SEA (WR21)

    45. DeSean Jackson, WAS (WR22)

    46. Mike Wallace, MIA (WR23)

    47. Emmanuel Sanders, DEN (WR24)

    48. Michael Crabtree, SF (WR25)

     

    After the final cream-of-the-crop RBs, WRs and TEs go off the board, quarterbacks finally enter the picture. If any of the “Big Three” QBs happen to fall this far, the value may be too good to pass up.

    Just two running backs grace these rounds—Alfred Morris and Arian Foster. They are two former stud RBs playing in new offenses, and both guys have a few too many question marks surrounding them to enter the upper echelon for 2014.

    Morris is Washington’s lead back and a star talent, but it’s all too easy to envision how he will get phased out at times in Jay Gruden’s receiver-friendly offense.

    As for Foster, if he can just get on the field and prove his body is not breaking down, his draft stock will soar. But owners must first see signs of the “old Foster” to make a major investment.

    For now, there are less-risky backs to pick who boast similar upside (see Round 2).

    The end of Round 3 sees the start of a huge run at wide receiver. At this point, running back upside plummets while tasty WR value becomes plentiful.

    Owners who’ve rostered at least one top-tier RB (and hopefully one of the top tight ends) should attack the wide receiver position in these early-to-mid rounds. Everything else can wait.

Rounds 5-6: Don’t Reach—Let the Value Come to You

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    Round 5

    49. Toby Gerhart, JAC (RB17)

    50. Frank Gore, SF (RB18)

    51. Marques Colston, NO (WR26)

    52. T.Y. Hilton, IND (WR27)

    53. Kendall Wright, TEN (WR28)

    54. Joique Bell, DET (RB19)

    55. Ryan Mathews, SD (RB20)

    56. Ray Rice, BAL (RB 21)

    57. Fred Jackson, BUF (RB22)

    58. Terrance Williams, DAL (WR29)

    59. Reggie Wayne, IND (WR30)

    60. Tom Brady, NE (QB4)

     

    Round 6

    61. Matthew Stafford, DET (QB5)

    62. Andrew Luck, IND (QB6)

    63. Cam Newton, CAR (QB7)

    64. Chris Johnson, NYJ (RB23)

    65. Reggie Bush, DET (RB24)

    66. Rashad Jennings, NYG (RB25)

    67. Bishop Sankey, TEN (RB26)

    68. Stevan Ridley, NE (RB27)

    69. Shane Vereen NE (RB28)

    70. Trent Richardson, IND (RB29)

    71. Darren Sproles, PHI (RB30)

    72. Maurice Jones-Drew, OAK (RB31)

     

    Once the core of your roster is formed, a best-player-available strategy should begin to take over, while you should still pay some attention to roster composition and positional scarcity.

    Some of the previously listed wide receivers will assuredly fall into these rounds, while many of the running backs ranked here will be long gone. This is where playing the early rounds wisely with a focus on RB and TE allows owners to reap the rewards and accumulate a stable of strong WRs.

    Many owners hit the panic button in the middle rounds, reaching to find a starting quarterback and scrambling for running back depth.

    Don’t let this happen to you. There’s value to be found in every round.

    It’s a losing strategy to chase after certain positions—let the draft come to you.

    When all is said and done, fantasy success comes with a roster full of the most talented players in the best position to succeed (plus a little luck).

Rounds 7-8: Take Continual Stock of Your Roster and Draft Accordingly

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    Round 7

    73. Lamar Miller, MIA (RB32)

    74. Pierre Thomas, NO (RB33)

    75. Ben Tate, CLE (RB34)

    76. Devonta Freeman, ATL (RB35)

    77. Julian Edelman, NE (WR31)

    78. Golden Tate, DET (WR32)

    79. Kelvin Benjamin, CAR (WR33)

    80. Vernon Davis, SF (TE5)

    81. Jason Witten, DAL (TE6)

    82. Kyle Rudolph, MIN (TE7)

    83. Jeremy Hill, CIN (RB36)

    84. Terrance West, CLE (RB37)

     

    Round 8

    85. Danny Woodhead, SD (RB38)

    86. Dwayne Bowe, KC (WR34)

    87. Wes Welker, DEN (WR35)

    88. Anquan Boldin, SF (WR36)

    89. DeAndre Hopkins, HOU (WR37)

    90. Jeremy Maclin, PHI (WR38)

    91. Eric Decker, NYJ (WR39)

    92. Matt Ryan, ATL (QB8)

    93. Jay Cutler, CHI (QB9)

    94. Tony Romo, DAL (QB10)

    95. Nick Foles, PHI (QB11)

    96. Robert Griffin III, WAS (QB12)

     

    Around this point in the draft, it’s a good idea to review your roster and perform a risk assessment to guide your strategy going forward.

    When you read through your team, do you perceive any one position to be dangerously high-risk? If so, you may want to look for a reliable player or two to add balance to that unit.

    For example, let’s say your wide receivers headed into Round 8 are Randall Cobb (broken leg), Percy Harvin (concussion) and Reggie Wayne (ACL)—three players all coming off significant injuries.

    Though you may like the upside of someone like Jeremy Maclin above a limited-ceiling player like Anquan Boldin, the smart strategy here is to draft the guy more likely to stay on the field.

    If Cobb, Harvin and Wayne stay healthy, your No. 4 WR will likely never leave your bench. But in an emergency scenario where at least two of those guys are out, would you rather have a backup WR who has missed 20 games or three games over the past three seasons?

    Owning some “unsexy” but steady players is sometimes the way to go—after all, Boldin finished as the No. 15 fantasy wide receiver last year.

Players 9-12: Capitalize on Late-Round Value and Go for the Jugular

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    Round 9

    97. Russell Wilson, SEA (QB13)

    98. Colin Kaepernick, SF (QB14)

    99. Philip Rivers, SD (QB15)

    100. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT (QB16)

    101. Greg Olsen, CAR (TE8)

    102. Dennis Pitta, BAL (TE9)

    103. Jordan Reed, WAS (TE10)

    104. Zach Ertz, PHI (TE11)

    105. Chris Ivory, NYJ (RB39)

    106. Steven Jackson, ATL (RB40)

    107. DeAngelo Williams, CAR (RB41)

    108. Sammy Watkins, BUF (WR40)

     

    Round 10

    109. Jarrett Boykin, GB (WR41)

    110. Justin Hunter, TEN (WR42)

    111. Cecil Shorts, JAC (WR43)

    112. Riley Cooper, PHI (WR44)

    113. Mike Evans, TB (WR45)

    114. Brandin Cooks, NO (WR46)

    115. CJ Anderson, DEN (RB41)

    116. Bernard Pierce, BAL (RB42)

    117. Donald Brown, SD (RB43)

    118. James Starks, GB (RB44)

    119. Carlos Hyde, SF (RB45)

    120. Ahmad Bradshaw, IND (RB46)

     

    Round 11

    121. Knowshon Moreno, MIA (RB47)

    122. Shonn Greene, TEN (RB48)

    123. Khiry Robinson, NO (RB49)

    124. Heath Miller, PIT (TE12)

    125. Dwayne Allen, IND (TE13)

    126. Tyler Eifert, CIN (TE14)

    127. Ladarius Green, SD (TE15)

    128. Martellus Bennett, CHI (TE16)

    129. Antonio Gates, SD (TE17)

    130. Travis Kelce, KC (TE18)

    131. Greg Jennings, MIN (WR47)

    132. Andrew Hawkins, CLE (WR48)

     

    These mid-to-late rounds are typically a nice spot to fill any primary roster holes that still might exist.

    For owners who take the late-round quarterback strategy to heart, now’s the time to capitalize on the remaining value before other owners take their backups.

    Likewise, those who miss out on the top-tier tight ends can snag one or two viable starting options in this range.

    No holes left to fill? Forget reaching for a defense or kicker. Use these rounds to find the next version of 2013’s Josh Gordon, Alshon Jeffery or Knowshon Moreno.

    This is where your offseason studying pays off. If your roster is already flush with solid starters, taking a chance on high-potential players such as Justin Hunter, Brandin Cooks and Carlos Hyde will take your team to the next level if one or more of those players pop.

Rounds 12-14: Handcuff When Necessary and Shore Up Depth Issues

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    Round 12

    133. Doug Baldwin, SEA (WR49)

    134. Markus Wheaton, PIT (WR50)

    135. Odell Beckham Jr., NYG (WR51)

    136. Carson Palmer, ARI (QB17)

    137. Ryan Tannehill, MIA (QB18)

    138. Alex Smith, KC (QB19)

    139. Andy Dalton, CIN (QB20)

    140. Jake Locker, TEN (QB21)

    141. Eli Manning, NYG (QB22)

    142. Christine Michael, SEA (RB50)

    143. Knile Davis, KC (RB51)

    144. Andre Williams, NYG (RB52)

     

    Round 13

    145. Roy Helu, WAS (RB53)

    146. Lance Dunbar, DAL (RB54)

    147. Jonathan Stewart, CAR (RB55)

    148. Mark Ingram, NO (RB56)

    149. LeGarrette Blount, PIT (RB57)

    150. Rueben Randle, NYG (WR52)

    151. Tavon Austin, STL (WR53)

    152. Danny Amendola, NE (WR54)

    153. Hakeem Nicks, IND (WR55)

    154. Robert Woods, BUF (WR56)

    155. Kenny Stills, NO (WR57)

    156. Harry Douglas, ATL (WR58)

     

    Round 14

    157. Jordan Matthews, PHI (WR59)

    158. Cody Latimer, DEN (WR60)

    159. Charles Clay, MIA (TE19)

    160. Eric Ebron, DET (TE20)

    161. Garrett Graham, HOU (TE21)

    162. Miles Austin, CLE (WR61)

    163. Jerricho Cotchery, CAR (WR62)

    164. Aaron Dobson, NE (WR63)

    165. Andre Holmes, OAK (WR64)

    166. Mike Williams, BUF (WR65)

    167. Steve Johnson, SF (WR66)

    168. Geno Smith, NYJ (QB23)

     

    Never waste a pick. Even in these deep rounds, always draft with a purpose and address an area of need.

    Handcuffing starting running backs is not always necessary but can be a valuable strategy under the right circumstances.

    If you have fantastic RB depth, it’s unlikely most handcuffs will return value. On the other hand, owners with a shallow RB corps can salvage the position by locking down an opportunistic backfield that has a clear backup.

    Handcuffing wide receivers is a less frequently employed tactic, but not one without merit.

    For example, those who draft Wes Welker may worry about the 33-year-old’s multiple concussions from 2013. Handcuffing him with impressive rookie Cody Latimer could return instant starter value in a Peyton Manning offense, if Welker were to miss any time.

    Beyond handcuffs, these late rounds exhibit the true depth of the wide receiver position in today’s NFL. Many of the WRs listed here are starters for their respective team and will make for solid bye-week flex plays throughout the season.

Rounds 15-17: Keep an Eye on Waivers Headed into Week 1

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    Round 15

    169. Sam Bradford, STL (QB24)

    170. Josh McCown, TB (QB25)

    171. Johnny Manziel, CLE (QB26)

    172. Marqise Lee, JAC (WR67)

    173. Rod Streater, OAK (WR68)

    174. Denarius Moore, OAK (WR69)

    175. Marvin Jones, CIN (WR70)

    176. Martavis Bryant, PIT (WR71)

    177. Kenny Britt, STL (WR72)

    178. Steve Smith, BAL (WR73)

    179. Mike Tolbert, CAR (RB58)

    180. Bobby Rainey, TB (RB59)

     

    Round 16

    181. Bryce Brown, BUF (RB60)

    182. Darren McFadden, OAK (RB61)

    183. Ka’Deem Carey, CHI (RB62)

    184. Robert Turbin, SEA (RB63)

    185. Chris Polk, PHI (RB64)

    186. Jonathan Grimes, HOU (RB65)

    187. Ronnie Hillman, DEN (RB66)

    188. James White, NE (RB67)

    189. Mike James, TB (RB68)

    190. Latavius Murray, OAK (RB69)

    191. Delanie Walker, TEN (TE22)

    192. Brandon Bostick, GB (TE23)

     

    Round 17

    193. Jared Cook, STL (TE24)

    194. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TB (TE25)

    195. Brent Celek, PHI (TE26)

    196. Brian Hoyer, CLE (QB27)

    197. Joe Flacco, BAL (QB28)

    198. Ryan Fitzpatrick, HOU (QB29)

    199. EJ Manuel, BUF (QB30)

    200. Teddy Bridgewater, MIN (QB31)

     

    In a regular draft, these final rounds are best used for selecting defenses and kickers. Since these rankings do not include those positions, many of the players listed here will go undrafted in standard leagues.

    Just because your draft is over, your work is not done. It’s vital to keep up with injury and depth-chart news leading up to Week 1, in case a valuable waiver-wire gem should emerge.

    In 2013, The Denver Broncos did not announce Moreno as the team’s starting running back until late in the preseason. Before the news, Moreno went undrafted in many leagues.

    Vigilant owners who grabbed Moreno off waivers were handsomely rewarded. Going on to finish as the No. 5 fantasy running back, Moreno was an enormous factor in deciding fantasy leagues last year.

    Keep your ear to the ground and be ready to pounce on unexpected value. Every last inch is important on the road to building a championship team.

Complete List: Top 200 Overall Player Rankings

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    Round 1

    1. LeSean McCoy, PHI (RB1)

    2. Jamaal Charles, KC (RB2)

    3. Adrian Peterson, MIN (RB3)

    4. Matt Forte, CHI (RB4)

    5. Jimmy Graham, NO (TE1)

    6. Calvin Johnson, DET (WR1)

    7. DeMarco Murray, DAL (RB5)

    8. Eddie Lacy, GB (RB6)

    9. Demaryius Thomas, DEN (WR2)

    10. Dez Bryant, DAL (WR3)

    11. Marshawn Lynch, SEA (RB7)

    12. Zac Stacy, STL (RB8)

     

    Round 2

    13. A.J. Green, CIN (WR4)

    14. Rob Gronkowski, NE (TE2)

    15. Jordy Nelson, GB (WR5)

    16. Alshon Jeffery, CHI (WR6)

    17. Brandon Marshall, CHI (WR7)

    18. Le’Veon Bell, PIT (RB9)

    19. Montee Ball, DEN (RB10)

    20. Julius Thomas, DEN (TE3)

    21. Andre Ellington, ARI (RB11)

    22. C. J. Spiller, BUF (RB12)

    23. Giovani Bernard, CIN (RB13)

    24. Doug Martin, TB (RB14)

     

    Round 3

    25. Julio Jones, ATL (WR8)

    26. Antonio Brown, PIT (WR9)

    27. Randall Cobb, GB (WR10)

    28. Peyton Manning, DEN (QB1)

    29. Drew Brees, NO (QB2)

    30. Aaron Rodgers, GB (QB3)

    31. Alfred Morris, WAS (RB15)

    32. Arian Foster, HOU (RB16)

    33. Victor Cruz, NYG (WR 11)

    34. Roddy White, ATL (WR12)

    35. Keenan Allen, SD (WR13)

    36. Vincent Jackson, TB (WR14)

     

    Round 4

    37. Cordarrelle Patterson, MIN (WR15)

    38. Michael Floyd, ARI (WR16)

    39. Torrey Smith, BAL (WR17)

    40. Andre Johnson, HOU (WR18)

    41. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI (WR19)

    42. Pierre Garcon, WAS (WR20)

    43. Jordan Cameron, CLE (TE4)

    44. Percy Harvin, SEA (WR21)

    45. DeSean Jackson, WAS (WR22)

    46. Mike Wallace, MIA (WR23)

    47. Emmanuel Sanders, DEN (WR24)

    48. Michael Crabtree, SF (WR25)

     

    Round 5

    49. Toby Gerhart, JAC (RB17)

    50. Frank Gore, SF (RB18)

    51. Marques Colston, NO (WR26)

    52. T.Y. Hilton, IND (WR27)

    53. Kendall Wright, TEN (WR28)

    54. Joique Bell, DET (RB19)

    55. Ryan Mathews, SD (RB20)

    56. Ray Rice, BAL (RB 21)

    57. Fred Jackson, BUF (RB22)

    58. Terrance Williams, DAL (WR29)

    59. Reggie Wayne, IND (WR30)

    60. Tom Brady, NE (QB4)

     

    Round 6

    61. Matthew Stafford, DET (QB5)

    62. Andrew Luck, IND (QB6)

    63. Cam Newton, CAR (QB7)

    64. Chris Johnson, NYJ (RB23)

    65. Reggie Bush, DET (RB24)

    66. Rashad Jennings, NYG (RB25)

    67. Bishop Sankey, TEN (RB26)

    68. Stevan Ridley, NE (RB27)

    69. Shane Vereen NE (RB28)

    70. Trent Richardson, IND (RB29)

    71. Darren Sproles, PHI (RB30)

    72. Maurice Jones-Drew, OAK (RB31)

     

    Round 7

    73. Lamar Miller, MIA (RB32)

    74. Pierre Thomas, NO (RB33)

    75. Ben Tate, CLE (RB34)

    76. Devonta Freeman, ATL (RB35)

    77. Julian Edelman, NE (WR31)

    78. Golden Tate, DET (WR32)

    79. Kelvin Benjamin, CAR (WR33)

    80. Vernon Davis, SF (TE5)

    81. Jason Witten, DAL (TE6)

    82. Kyle Rudolph, MIN (TE7)

    83. Jeremy Hill, CIN (RB36)

    84. Terrance West, CLE (RB37)

     

    Round 8

    85. Danny Woodhead, SD (RB38)

    86. Dwayne Bowe, KC (WR34)

    87. Wes Welker, DEN (WR35)

    88. Anquan Boldin, SF (WR36)

    89. DeAndre Hopkins, HOU (WR37)

    90. Jeremy Maclin, PHI (WR38)

    91. Eric Decker, NYJ (WR39)

    92. Matt Ryan, ATL (QB7)

    93. Jay Cutler, CHI (QB9)

    94. Tony Romo, DAL (QB10)

    95. Nick Foles, PHI (QB11)

    96. Robert Griffin III, WAS (QB12)

     

    Round 9

    97. Russell Wilson, SEA (QB13)

    98. Colin Kaepernick, SF (QB14)

    99. Philip Rivers, SD (QB15)

    100. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT (QB16)

    101. Greg Olsen, CAR (TE8)

    102. Dennis Pitta, BAL (TE9)

    103. Jordan Reed, WAS (TE10)

    104. Zach Ertz, PHI (TE11)

    105. Chris Ivory, NYJ (RB39)

    106. Steven Jackson, ATL (RB40)

    107. DeAngelo Williams, CAR (RB41)

    108. Sammy Watkins, BUF (WR40)

     

    Round 10

    109. Jarrett Boykin, GB (WR41)

    110. Justin Hunter, TEN (WR42)

    111. Cecil Shorts, JAC (WR43)

    112. Riley Cooper, PHI (WR44)

    113. Mike Evans, TB (WR45)

    114. Brandin Cooks, NO (WR46)

    115. CJ Anderson, DEN (RB41)

    116. Bernard Pierce, BAL (RB42)

    117. Donald Brown, SD (RB43)

    118. James Starks, GB (RB44)

    119. Carlos Hyde, SF (RB45)

    120. Ahmad Bradshaw, IND (RB46)

     

    Round 11

    121. Knowshon Moreno, MIA (RB47)

    122. Shonn Greene, TEN (RB48)

    123. Khiry Robinson, NO (RB49)

    124. Heath Miller, PIT (TE12)

    125. Dwayne Allen, IND (TE13)

    126. Tyler Eifert, CIN (TE14)

    127. Ladarius Green, SD (TE15)

    128. Martellus Bennett, CHI (TE16)

    129. Antonio Gates, SD (TE17)

    130. Travis Kelce, KC (TE18)

    131. Greg Jennings, MIN (WR47)

    132. Andrew Hawkins, CLE (WR48)

     

    Round 12

    133. Doug Baldwin, SEA (WR49)

    134. Markus Wheaton, PIT (WR50)

    135. Odell Beckham, Jr., NYG (WR51)

    136. Carson Palmer, ARI (QB17)

    137. Ryan Tannehill, MIA (QB18)

    138. Alex Smith, KC (QB19)

    139. Andy Dalton, CIN (QB20)

    140. Jake Locker, TEN (QB21)

    141. Eli Manning, NYG (QB22)

    142. Christine Michael, SEA (RB50)

    143. Knile Davis, KC (RB51)

    144. Andre Williams, NYG (RB52)

     

    Round 13

    145. Roy Helu, WAS (RB53)

    146. Lance Dunbar, DAL (RB54)

    147. Jonathan Stewart, CAR (RB55)

    148. Mark Ingram, NO (RB56)

    149. LeGarrette Blount, PIT (RB57)

    150. Rueben Randle, NYG (WR52)

    151. Tavon Austin, STL (WR53)

    152. Danny Amendola, NE (WR54)

    153. Hakeem Nicks, IND (WR55)

    154. Robert Woods, BUF (WR56)

    155. Kenny Stills, NO (WR57)

    156. Harry Douglas, ATL (WR58)

     

    Round 14

    157. Jordan Matthews, PHI (WR59)

    158. Cody Latimer, DEN (WR60)

    159. Charles Clay, MIA (TE19)

    160. Eric Ebron, DET (TE20)

    161. Garrett Graham, HOU (TE21)

    162. Miles Austin, CLE (WR61)

    163. Jerricho Cotchery, CAR (WR62)

    164. Aaron Dobson, NE (WR63)

    165. Andre Holmes, OAK (WR64)

    166. Mike Williams, BUF (WR65)

    167. Steve Johnson, SF (WR66)

    168. Geno Smith, NYJ (QB23)

     

    Round 15

    169. Sam Bradford, STL (QB24)

    170. Josh McCown, TB (QB25)

    171. Johnny Manziel, CLE (QB26)

    172. Marqise Lee, JAC (WR67)

    173. Rod Streater, OAK (WR68)

    174. Denarius Moore, OAK (WR69)

    175. Marvin Jones, CIN (WR70)

    176. Martavis Bryant, PIT (WR71)

    177. Kenny Britt, STL (WR72)

    178. Steve Smith, BAL (WR73)

    179. Mike Tolbert, CAR (RB58)

    180. Bobby Rainey, TB (RB59)

     

    Round 16

    181. Bryce Brown, BUF (RB60)

    182. Darren McFadden, OAK (RB61)

    183. Ka’Deem Carey, CHI (RB62)

    184. Robert Turbin, SEA (RB63)

    185. Chris Polk, PHI (RB64)

    186. Jonathan Grimes, HOU (RB65)

    187. Ronnie Hillman, DEN (RB66)

    188. James White, NE (RB67)

    189. Mike James, TB (RB68)

    190. Latavius Murray, OAK (RB69)

    191. Delanie Walker, TEN (TE22)

    192. Brandon Bostick, GB (TE23)

     

    Round 17

    193. Jared Cook, STL (TE24)

    194. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TB (TE25)

    195. Brent Celek, PHI (TE26)

    196. Brian Hoyer, CLE (QB27

    197. Joe Flacco, BAL (QB28)

    198. Ryan Fitzpatrick, HOU (QB29)

    199. EJ Manuel, BUF (QB30)

    200. Teddy Bridgewater, MIN (QB31)

     

     

    All statistics courtesy of Pro-Football-Reference.com, unless otherwise indicated.

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