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2013 NFL Mock Draft

Round 1 (part 3) of 2

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33. (2.1) HOU: David Yankey, G/OT, Stanford*
Wade Smith made the Pro Bowl in 2013 but the 11-year veteran is a free agent and Houston could look to look down Mike Mayock's #1 ranked OG at the top of round 2.
34. (2.2) WAS: Jimmie Ward, S, Northern Illinois
The semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe Award last season (nation's top defensive back) is so skilled in coverage that he often lined up in the slot (versatility to line up over receivers or tight ends near the line of scrimmage).
35. (2.3) CLE: Carlos Hyde, RB, Ohio State
The Browns ground game ranked 27th last season as Willis McGahee displayed the elusiveness of a senior citizen. New Browns OC Kyle Shanahan has indicated he's targeting more of a sustaining-type running back (next Alfred Morris) over a pure homerun threat. In his 2013 senior season, Hyde (6 foot, 230) was a workhorse totaling 208 carries with 1,527 yards despite missing the first three games due to suspension. He scored 15 rushing touchdowns and added three more receiving. Hyde topped 100 yards in each of the final eight games (including two 200+ yard performances).
36. (2.4) OAK: Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State
It's likely that a team will trade back into the first round to target David Carr's little brother but he makes for a better value in the first half of round 2. Oakland had the 24th ranked passing game last season on the shoulders of Terrelle Pryor and Matt McGloin. In 2013, Carr completed 69% of his passes for 5,083 yards with 50 touchdowns and eight interceptions. He struggled in the bowl game against USC but has a strong arm and good mechanics.
37. (2.5) ATL: Stephon Tuitt, DE, Notre Dame*
Osi Umenyiora was serviceable replacing John Abraham, but Atlanta needs to upgrade its pass rush (just 32 sacks in 2013). In 2013, the junior ND alum totaled 49 tackles with nine tackles for a loss, 7.5 sacks, and one forced fumble. At 6'6, 320 pounds he has the versatility to play DE/DT at the next level.
38. (2.6) TB: Antonio Richardson, OT, Tennessee
Carl Nicks battled a staph infection and could be a cap casualty. Pro Football Focus gave negative 2013 grades to RG Davin Joseph, C Jeremy Zuttah, and LG Jamon Meredith.
39. (2.7) JAX: Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State*
The Jaguars need to upgrade at defensive end to help their league-worst pass rush (31 sacks). In 2013, the 6'4, 260 pounder recorded 47 tackles with 19 tackles for a loss, 7.5 sacks and three forced fumbles. He could move to LB at the next level.
40. (2.8) MIN: Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois
Christian Ponder, Matt Cassel, Josh Freeman - all backup material for any team that hopes to sniff the playoffs. Norv Turner will like Garropolo's quick release and strong arm. The senior (6'2, 220) threw for 5,050 yards (66% completion) with 53 touchdown passes and nine interceptions in 2013. Concerns with his footwork and lower tier competition will make likely result in a slide to rounds 2/3.
41. (2.9) BUF: Cyrus Kouandjio, OT, Alabama
Kouandjio displayed questionable footwork at quickness at the combine and just mediocre strength (21 reps on bench press). His medical history (arthritic knee) and suffered torn ACL his freshman year are also a major red flag.
42. (2.10) TEN: Dee Ford, DE ,Auburn
Ford measured in at 6-foot-2 1/8 and 244 pounds after weighing in at 252 at the Scouting Combine. He also benched 225 pounds 29 times, recorded a 35 1/2-inch vertical and 10-foot-4 broad jump at his Pro Day. Ford didn't work out at the Combine due to medical reasons. This should solidify Ford as a first-round pick in May.
43. (2.11) NYG: Lamarcus Joyner, CB, Florida State
RCB Prince Amukamara is solid but the rest of the G-men cornerbacks need help. LCB Corey Webster and 2012 third-round pick Jayron Hosley have struggled. Terrell Thomas and Trumaine McBride are free agents.
44. (2.12) STL: Jarvis Landry, WR, LSU*
Landry ran a slow forty (4.77) and lacked explosiveness. Landry (5-foot-11 1/2, 205 pounds, 10 1/4 inch hands and 31 and 3/4 inch arms) has reliable hands and should be a solid value in round 2.
45. (2.13) DET: Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State
The Lions 2nd and 3rd leading receivers from 2013 were RBs Reggie Bush (54 catches for 506 yards) and Joique Bell (53 catches for 547 yards. Kris Durham finished with 38 catches for 490 yards. The Titus Young and Ryan Broyles draft picks have not worked out to say the least and Nate Burleson is a free agent. Derek Carr's top target had a monster sophomore season totaling 131 receptions for 1,718 yards and 24 touchdowns. At 6'2, 215 pounds he has the speed to get deep but some will question his ability to excel at the next level based on the inferior competition he faced for most of his collegiate career (struggled against USC in the Bowl game).
46. (2.14) PIT: Marcus Roberson, CB, Florida
Veteran Ike Taylor will turn 34 in May. He struggled mightily in coverage and will likely have to take a pay cut to remain with the team. Taylor is scheduled to count nearly $12 million against the cap in the final year of his deal (non-guaranteed base salary of $7 million). The junior Gator recorded 11 tackles with three passes broken up in 2013. He missed three games with a PCL strain and has dealt a suspension late in the season. Roberson is viewed as a solid man to man cover corner and can be used on kick returns.
47. (2.15) DAL: Ryan Shazier, OLB ,Ohio State
LBs Ernie Sims and DeVonte Holloman should not be playing major snaps. Shazier clocked sub-4.4 forty times at the Buckeyes' Pro Day. He also excelled at the combine posting an explosive 42-inch vertical and 10-foot-10 broad. The 6-foot-1 and 235 pounder has solid coverage skills and his draft stock is on the rise.
48. (2.16) BAL: Demarcus Lawrence , DE,Boise State*
Baltimore's top defensive free agent is Arthur Jones, who is a force up front. If Ozzie Newsome can't re-sign him, he'll have a gaping hole on the defensive line

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