The results of the 2014 annual Hungarian Mock Draft Game (7 rounds)

Like in the past 4 years, the Hungarian football loving cumminty held it's annual 7 round Mock Draft this Saturday. Like in the previous 4 events I represented the Jaguars, and here are my 11 picks.

1/3 Jacksonville Jaguars Jadeveon Clowney, DE (South Carolina) - Probably the best player of the draft. The new face of the franchise in the U. S. his selection is a no brainer.

2/7 Jacksonville Jaguars Timmy Jernigan, DT (Florida State) - A local product, who is considered as a lock in the 1st round. Since we can't have enough good defensive linemen, his presence would mean a nice boost in the middle. Jernigan, Marks, Roy Miller and Ziggy Hood would be a pretty effective DT rotation. And a very bad news for the opposing teams interior offensive lines.

3/6 Jacksonville Jaguars Jimmy Garoppolo, QB (Eastern Illinois) - Yes, Mettenberger too was available in this mock, and I started to like the idea of his pickup. But I consider Garropolo the better prospect and quite frankly as a project more then the real solution. But he is good enough to give a fierce competition to Chad Henne. Also he was sensational even against Northern Illinios last year, has a really quick release and could be the next best FCS QB in the NFL since Joe Flacco, and Tony Romo, who by the way also a product of the EIU program.

4/5 Jacksonville Jaguars Billy Turner, OL (North Dakota State) - Like Jimmy Garropolo, Billy Turner was the best in his position in the FCS, and not just last year. He anchored the dominant North Dakota State offensive line, which won 3 National Championship titles. Draft experts says he can play guard too, and maybe it would be better to start his pro career at RG. Later he could challenge Austin Pasztor for the starting RT position as well.

4/14 Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore) Lache Seastrunk, RB (Baylor) - The Jaguars expect rightfully so much from their new starter, Toby Gerhart in the position. Also Jordan Todman showed, that he is dependable, when the Jaguars asked him to contribute majorly. But what if something happens with any of them? Can Denard Robinson be develope into a servicable backup? Of course, but iI say they should bring in a back, who can challenge Denard (and Todman) in the Nr. 2 back position. Seastrunk is perfect for that.

5/4 Jacksonville Jaguars Mike Davis, WR (Texas) - Mike Davis was one of the receivers who played under Gus Bradley and the Jaguars coaching staff during the Seniorbowl. Wide receiver coach Jerry Sullivan seems to liked him during the week in Mobile, so why not give him a shot to compete for a spot on the roster?

5/10 Jacksonville Jaguars (from Detroit) Crockett Gilmore, TE (Colorado State) - Gilmore Crockett was a late entry in the Seniorbowl because of an injury, but he made his presence felt in the short time he spent in Mobile. He had a very good game in the Seniorbowl(scored the first TD for the South team). And behind Marcedes is only Clay Harbor who is coming back from injury, so the Jags can really add some depth to the position.

5/19 Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore) Michael Sam, DE (Missouri) - Another nationwide known player coming in the 5th round to Jacksonville. I think Sam will train and play his tail off to show, that he belongs to this league. Add Gus Bradley and his motivation into the mix and you know Sam will max out his performance on the field. If he turns out to be a succesfuul story, that would be a very nice press towards a team who really needs it. And as Guys Bradley pointed out, you can't have enough rushman on your team.

6/3 Jacksonville Jaguars Kevin Norwood, WR (Alabama) - Another receiver from the Seniorbowl. His 6' 2" height would be a nice big target on the field. Right now only returner specialst Tandon Doss and Stephen Williams is either 6'2" tall or bigger. I think getting more bigger targets would be more then welcome by the the front office.

6/29 Jacksonville Jaguars (from San Francisco) Corey Linsley, C (Ohio State) - When I made this pick, I didn't heard about the possible Alex Mack negotiations. If Mack signs here, this pick could be spent on a LB or a FS. But if not, then Mike Brewster could get his successor at Ohio State as a competetion for the center position in the NFL. That would be one interesting and intriguing battle to watch.

7/7 Jacksonville Jaguars Matt Hazel, WR (Coastal Carolina) - Finally another receiver. I hesitated between him and Erik Lora (the go to receiver for Garropolo at Eastern Illinois) but I decided to pick Hazel because he (and RB Lorendzo Taliaferro) were the most dangerous weapons of a very powerful Coastal Carolina offense which ranked in the Top 5 in the FCS. He was a very reliable receiver for the Chanticleers, and if he can to the same again in the Jaguars founded a nice contributor in the last round. He might need to add a little size on him though.

So there are my picks. I know there some questionable moves in it (Garoppolo over Mettenberger, Michael Sam, 3 WRs but no LBs), but I wanted an offensive heavy draft mixed with a couple possible playmakers on defense. Feel free to comment or be critical with my picks. As always I'm open to any kind of debate about this.

Round 1

1 1 Houston Texans Johnny Manziel, QB (Texas A&M)
1 2 St. Louis Rams (from Washington) Jake Matthews, OT (Texas A&M)
1 3 Jacksonville Jaguars Jadeveon Clowney, DE (South Carolina)
1 4 Cleveland Browns Blake Bortles, QB (Central Florida)
1 5 Oakland Raiders Sammy Watkins, WR (Clemson)
1 6 Atlanta Falcons Greg Robinson, OT (Auburn)
1 7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mike Evans, WR (Texas A&M)
1 8 Minnesota Vikings Khalil Mack, DE/OLB (Buffalo)
1 9 Buffalo Bills Taylor Lewan, OT (Michigan)
1 10 Detroit Lions Justin Gilbert, CB (Oklahoma State)
1 11 Tennessee Titans Teddy Bridgewater, QB (Louisville)
1 12 New York Giants Aaron Donald, DT (Pittsburgh)
1 13 St. Louis Rams HaHa Clinton-Dix, FS (Alabama)
1 14 Chicago Bears Darqueze Dennard, CB (Michigan State)
1 15 Pittsburgh Steelers Odell Beckham Jr., WR (LSU)
1 16 Dallas Cowboys Anthony Barr, DE/OLB (UCLA)
1 17 Baltimore Ravens Zack Martin, OT (Notre Dame)
1 18 New York Jets Brandin Cooks, WR (Oregon State)
1 19 Miami Dolphins Cyrus Kouandjio, OT (Alabama)
1 20 Arizona Cardinals Calvin Pryor, FS (Louisville)
1 21 Green Bay Packers Ryan Shazier, LB (Ohio State)
1 22 Philadelphia Eagles Kelvin Benjamin, WR (Florida State)
1 23 Kansas City Chiefs C.J. Mosley, ILB (Alabama)
1 24 Cincinnati Bengals Kony Ealy, DE (Missouri)
1 25 San Diego Chargers Kyle Fuller, CB (Virginia Tech)
1 26 Cleveland Browns (from Indianapolis) Xavier Su'a-Filo, OG (UCLA)
1 27 New Orleans Saints Marqise Lee, WR (USC)
1 28 Carolina Panthers Eric Ebron, TE (North Carolina)
1 29 New England Patriots Jace Amaro, TE (Texas Tech)
1 30 San Francisco 49ers Jason Verrett, CB (TCU)
1 31 Denver Broncos Bradley Roby, CB (Ohio State)
1 32 Seattle Seahawks Martavis Bryant, WR (Clemson)

Round 2

2 1 Houston Texans Louis Nix III, NT (Notre Dame)
2 2 Washington Redskins David Yankey, OL (Stanford)
2 3 Cleveland Browns Carlos Hyde, RB (Ohio State)
2 4 Oakland Raiders Derek Carr, QB (Fresno State)
2 5 Atlanta Falcons Jimmie Ward, SS (Northern Illinois)
2 6 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Stephon Tuitt, DT (Notre Dame)
2 7 Jacksonville Jaguars Timmy Jernigan, DT (Florida State)
2 8 Minnesota Vikings Dee Ford, DE (Auburn)
2 9 Buffalo Bills Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE (Washington)
2 10 Tennessee Titans Tre Mason, RB (Auburn)
2 11 New York Giants Troy Niklas, TE (Notre Dame)
2 12 St. Louis Rams Allen Robinson, WR (Penn State)
2 13 Detroit Lions Kyle Van Noy, OLB (Brigham Young)
2 14 Pittsburgh Steelers RaShede Hageman, DL (Minnesota)
2 15 Dallas Cowboys Gabe Jackson, OG (Mississippi State)
2 16 Baltimore Ravens Lamarcus Joyner, CB (Florida State)
2 17 New York Jets Marcus Roberson, CB (Florida)
2 18 Miami Dolphins Jordan Matthews, WR (Vanderbilt)
2 19 Chicago Bears Dominique Easley, DT (Florida)
2 20 Arizona Cardinals Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB (Georgia Tech)
2 21 Green Bay Packers Demarcus Lawrence, DE/OLB (Boise State)
2 22 Philadelphia Eagles Deone Bucannon, SS (Washington State)
2 23 Cincinnati Bengals Morgan Moses, OT (Virginia)
2 24 San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City) Davante Adams, WR (Fresno State)
2 25 San Diego Chargers Jack Mewhort, OT (Ohio State)
2 26 New Orleans Saints Jaylen Watkins, CB (Florida)
2 27 Indianapolis Colts Jonathan Dowling, S (Western Kentucky)
2 28 Carolina Panthers Antonio Richardson, OT (Tennessee)
2 29 San Francisco 49ers Donte Moncrief, WR (Ole Miss)
2 30 New England Patriots Scott Crichton, DE (Oregon State)
2 31 Denver Broncos Chris Borland, ILB (Wisconsin)
2 32 Seattle Seahawks Joel Bitonio, OT (Nevada)

Round 3

3 1 Houston Texans Trent Murphy, DE/OLB (Stanford)
3 2 Washington Redskins Terrence Brooks, FS (Florida State)
3 3 Oakland Raiders Brandon Thomas, OG (Clemson)
3 4 Atlanta Falcons C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE (Iowa)
3 5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Marcus Martin, C (USC)
3 6 Jacksonville Jaguars Jimmy Garoppolo, QB (Eastern Illinois)
3 7 Cleveland Browns Jarvis Landry, WR (LSU)
3 8 Minnesota Vikings Zach Mettenberger, QB (LSU)
3 9 Buffalo Bills Cyril Richardson, OG (Baylor)
3 10 New York Giants Weston Richburg, C (Colorado State)
3 11 St. Louis Rams Pierre Desir, CB (Lindenwood)
3 12 Detroit Lions Kareem Martin, DE (North Carolina)
3 13 San Francisco 49ers (from Tennessee) Keith McGill, CB (Utah)
3 14 Dallas Cowboys Anthony Johnson, DT (LSU)
3 15 Baltimore Ravens DaQuan Jones, DT (Penn State)
3 16 New York Jets Carl Bradford, OLB (Arizona State)
3 17 Miami Dolphins Will Sutton, DT (Arizona State)
3 18 Chicago Bears Ahmad Dixon, SS (Baylor)
3 19 Cleveland Browns (from Pittsburgh) Bashaud Breeland, CB (Clemson)
3 20 Arizona Cardinals Marcus Smith, OLB (Louisville)
3 21 Green Bay Packers Ed Reynolds, FS (Stanford)
3 22 Philadelphia Eagles Christian Jones, LB (Florida State)
3 23 Kansas City Chiefs Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB (Nebraska)
3 24 Cincinnati Bengals Phillip Gaines, CB (Rice)
3 25 San Diego Chargers Justin Ellis, NT (Louisiana Tech)
3 26 Indianapolis Colts Victor Hampton, CB (South Carolina)
3 27 New Orleans Saints Telvin Smith, LB (Florida State)
3 28 Carolina Panthers Louchiez Purifoy, CB (Florida)
3 29 New England Patriots Dakota Dozier, OG (Furman)
3 30 San Francisco 49ers Travis Swanson, C (Arkansas)
3 31 Denver Broncos Jeremy Hill, RB (LSU)
3 32 Minnesota Vikings (from Seattle) Ka'Deem Carey, RB (Arizona)
3 33 Pittsburgh Steelers Jackson Jeffcoat, OLB (Texas)
3 34 Green Bay Packers Cody Latimer, WR (Indiana)
3 35 Baltimore Ravens Trevor Reilly, OLB (Utah)
3 36 San Francisco 49ers Shayne Skov, ILB (Stanford)

Round 4

4 1 Houston Texans Dri Archer, WR (Kent State)
4 2 Washington Redskins E.J. Gaines, CB (Missouri)
4 3 Atlanta Falcons Yawin Smallwood, ILB (Connecticut)
4 4 New York Jets (from Tampa Bay) Dion Bailey, FS (USC)
4 5 Jacksonville Jaguars Billy Turner, OL (North Dakota State)
4 6 Cleveland Browns Jordan Tripp, OLB (Montana)
4 7 Oakland Raiders Kelcy Quarles, DT (South Carolina)
4 8 Minnesota Vikings Craig Loston, SS (LSU)
4 9 Buffalo Bills Kenny Ladler, FS (Vanderbilt)
4 10 St. Louis Rams Bishop Sankey, RB (Washington)
4 11 Detroit Lions Bruce Ellington, WR (South Carolina)
4 12 Tennessee Titans Daniel McCullers, NT (Tennessee)
4 13 New York Giants JaWuan James, OT (Tennessee)
4 14 Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore) Lache Seastrunk, RB (Baylor)
4 15 New York Jets Arthur Lynch, TE (Georgia)
4 16 Miami Dolphins Chris Watt, OG (Notre Dame)
4 17 Chicago Bears Anthony Steen, OG (Alabama)
4 18 Pittsburgh Steelers Rashaad Reynolds, CB (Oregon State)
4 19 Dallas Cowboys Lamin Barrow, ILB (LSU)
4 20 Arizona Cardinals A.J. McCarron, QB (Alabama)
4 21 Green Bay Packers Caraun Reid, DL (Princeton)
4 22 Philadelphia Eagles Ego Ferguson, DL (LSU)
4 23 Cincinnati Bengals Devonta Freeman, RB (Florida State)
4 24 Kansas City Chiefs Antone Exum, DB (Virginia Tech)
4 25 San Diego Chargers Will Clarke, DE/OLB (West Virginia)
4 26 New Orleans Saints Jordan Zumwalt, ILB (UCLA)
4 27 Cleveland Browns (from Indianapolis) Paul Richardson, WR (Colorado)
4 28 Carolina Panthers Jared Abbrederis, WR (Wisconsin)
4 29 San Francisco 49ers Adrian Hubbard, OLB (Alabama)
4 30 New England Patriots Christian Kirksey, OLB (Iowa)
4 31 Denver Broncos Bryan Stork, C (Florida State)
4 32 Seattle Seahawks Brent Urban, DE (Virginia)
4 33 Detroit Lions Chris Davis, CB (Auburn)
4 34 Baltimore Ravens Cameron Fleming, OT (Stanford)
4 35 Houston Texans Andre Williams, RB (Boston College)
4 36 Detroit Lions Jon Halapio, OG (Florida)
4 37 New York Jets Trai Turner, OG (LSU)
4 38 Baltimore Ravens Terrance West, RB (Towson)
4 39 Atlanta Falcons Jay Prosch, FB (Auburn)
4 40 New England Patriots Brandon Coleman, WR (Rutgers)

Round 5

5 1 Houston Texans Max Bullough, ILB (Michigan State)
5 2 Washington Redskins Nevin Lawson, CB (Utah State)
5 3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Xavier Grimble, TE (USC)
5 4 Jacksonville Jaguars Mike Davis, WR (Texas)
5 5 Cleveland Browns Marqueston Huff, S (Wyoming)
5 6 Seattle Seahawks (from Oakland) Michael Schofield, OT (Michigan)
5 7 Atlanta Falcons Bennett Jackson, CB (Notre Dame)
5 8 Minnesota Vikings Ricardo Allen, CB (Purdue)
5 9 Buffalo Bills Devin Street, WR (Pittsburgh)
5 10 Jacksonville Jaguars (from Detroit) Crockett Gilmore, TE (Colorado State)
5 11 Tennessee Titans Prince Shembo, OLB (Notre Dame)
5 12 New York Giants Robert Herron, WR (Wyoming)
5 13 St. Louis Rams Russell Bodine, OL (North Carolina)
5 14 New York Jets Howard Jones, OLB (Shepherd)
5 15 Miami Dolphins Brock Vereen, S (Minnesota)
5 16 Chicago Bears Aaron Murray, QB (Georgia)
5 17 Pittsburgh Steelers Charles Sims, RB (West Virginia)
5 18 Dallas Cowboys Josh Huff, WR (Oregon)
5 19 Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore) Michael Sam, DE (Missouri)
5 20 Arizona Cardinals Terrance Mitchell, CB (Oregon)
5 21 Green Bay Packers Walt Aikens, CB (Liberty)
5 22 Philadelphia Eagles T.J. Jones, WR (Notre Dame)
5 23 Kansas City Chiefs Devon Kennard, OLB (USC)
5 24 Cincinnati Bengals Deion Belue, CB (Alabama)
5 25 San Diego Chargers Daniel Sorensen, SS (BYU)
5 26 Indianapolis Colts Kapri Bibbs, RB (Colorado State)
5 27 New Orleans Saints De'Anthony Thomas, RB/WR (Oregon)
5 28 Carolina Panthers James Hurst, OT (North Carolina)
5 29 New Orleans Saints (from NE via Philadelphia) Tyler Larsen, C (Utah State)
5 30 San Francisco 49ers David Fales, QB (San Jose State)
5 31 Denver Broncos Aaron Colvin, CB (Oklahoma)
5 32 Seattle Seahawks Ben Gardner, DE (Stanford)
5 33 Pittsburgh Steelers Seantrel Henderson, OT (Miami)
5 34 New York Giants Chris Smith, DE (Arkansas)
5 35 Baltimore Ravens DeAndre Coleman, DL (California)
5 36 Green Bay Packers Jake Murphy, TE (Utah)

Round 6

6 1 Houston Texans Jon Don Duncan, TE (Dixie State)
6 2 Washington Redskins Charles Leno, OT (Boise State)
6 3 Jacksonville Jaguars Kevin Norwood, WR (Alabama)
6 4 Cleveland Browns Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, OT (McGill)
6 5 Houston Texans (from Oakland) Josh Mauro, DE (Stanford)
6 6 Atlanta Falcons Ed Stinson, DE (Alabama)
6 7 Chicago Bears (from Tampa Bay) Storm Johnson, RB (Central Florida)
6 8 Minnesota Vikings Spencer Long, OG (Nebraska)
6 9 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Buffalo) Tyler Gaffney, RB (Stanford)
6 10 Tennessee Titans Preston Brown, ILB (Louisville)
6 11 New York Giants Colt Lyerla, TE (Oregon)
6 12 St. Louis Rams James Gayle, DE (Virginia Tech)
6 13 Detroit Lions Cairo Santos, K (Tulane)
6 14 Miami Dolphins Ross Cockrell, CB (Duke)
6 15 Chicago Bears Dontae Johnson, FS (North Carolina State)
6 16 Pittsburgh Steelers Shaquille Richardson, CB (Arizona)
6 17 Kansas City Chiefs (from Dallas) Ryan Grant, WR (Tulane)
6 18 Baltimore Ravens Shaq Evans, WR (UCLA)
6 19 New York Jets Isaiah Crowell, RB (Alabama State)
6 20 Arizona Cardinals Jalen Saunders, WR (Oklahoma)
6 21 Green Bay Packers Ryan Carrethers, NT (Arkansas State)
6 22 New England Patriots (from Philadelphia) Taylor Hart, DE (Oregon)
6 23 Cincinnati Bengals George Uko, DT (USC)
6 24 Kansas City Chiefs James White, RB (Wisconsin)
6 25 San Diego Chargers Michael Campanaro, WR (Wake Forest)
6 26 New Orleans Saints Chris Boswell, K (Rice)
6 27 Indianapolis Colts Trey Burton, WR (Florida)
6 28 Carolina Panthers Isaiah Lewis, SS (Michigan State)
6 29 Jacksonville Jaguars (from San Francisco) Corey Linsley, C (Ohio State)
6 30 New England Patriots Trey Millard, FB (Oklahoma)
6 31 Denver Broncos Cassius Marsh, DE (UCLA)
6 32 Seattle Seahawks Tre Boston, S (North Carolina)
6 33 New York Jets Tajh Boyd, QB (Clemson)
6 34 New York Jets Vinnie Sunseri, S (Alabama)
6 35 Houston Texans John Urschel, OG (Penn State)
6 36 Cincinnati Bengals Khairi Fortt, OLB (California)
6 37 New York Jets Avery Williamson, ILB (Kentucky)
6 38 St. Louis Rams A.C. Leonard, TE (Tennessee State)
6 39 Pittsburgh Steelers Richard Rodgers, TE (California)

Round 7

7 1 Houston Texans Justin Britt, OT (Missouri)
7 2 Washington Redskins Kirby Van Der Kamp, P (Iowa State)
7 3 Cleveland Browns James Wilder Jr., RB (Florida State)
7 4 Oakland Raiders Jay Bromley, DT (Syracuse)
7 5 Atlanta Falcons Kadeem Edwards, OG (Tennessee State)
7 6 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Khyri Thornton, DT (Southern Mississippi)
7 7 Jacksonville Jaguars Matt Hazel, WR (Coastal Carolina)
7 8 Minnesota Vikings John Brown, WR (Pittsburg State)
7 9 Buffalo Bills Aaron Lynch, DE/OLB (South Florida)
7 10 Carolina Panthers (from New York Giants) Jerick McKinnon, RB (Georgia Southern)
7 11 St. Louis Rams Logan Thomas, QB (Virginia Tech)
7 12 Detroit Lions Tom Savage, QB (Pittsburgh)
7 13 Tennessee Titans Brandon Linder, OG (Miami)
7 14 Dallas Cowboys (from Chicago) Morgan Breslin, DE/OLB (USC)
7 15 Pittsburgh Steelers Tom Hornsey, P (Memphis)
7 16 Dallas Cowboys Nat Berhe, SS (San Diego State)
7 17 Indianapolis Colts (from Baltimore) Cody Hoffman, WR (BYU)
7 18 New York Jets Erik Lora, WR (Eastern Illinois)
7 19 Miami Dolphins Kevin Pierre-Louis, OLB (Boston College)
7 20 Oakland Raiders (from Arizona) Andre Hal, CB (Vanderbilt)
7 21 Green Bay Packers Gabe Ikard, C (Oklahoma)
7 22 Philadelphia Eagles Zach Fulton, OG (Tennessee)
7 23 Dallas Cowboys (from Kansas City) Cornelius Lucas, OT (Kansas State)
7 24 Cincinnati Bengals Brett Smith, QB (Wyoming)
7 25 San Diego Chargers Ronald Powell, OLB (Florida)
7 26 St. Louis Rams (from Indianapolis) Shamar Stephen, DT (Connecticut)
7 27 San Francisco 49ers (from New Orleans) Dezmen Southward, S (Wisconsin)
7 28 San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina) Gator Hoskins, TE (Marshall)
7 29 New England Patriots Jemea Thomas, S (Georgia Tech)
7 30 San Francisco 49ers Anthony Fera, K (Texas)
7 31 Denver Broncos Jeff Janis, WR (Saginaw Valley)
7 32 Seattle Seahawks Marcus Williams, CB (North Dakota State)
7 33 Dallas Cowboys Eathyn Manumaleuna, DT (BYU)
7 34 St. Louis Rams Chandler Jones, WR (San Jose State)
7 35 St. Louis Rams Travis Carrie, CB (Ohio)
7 36 Dallas Cowboys Garrett Gilbert, QB (SMU)
7 37 Cincinnati Bengals Christian Bryant, FS (Ohio State)
7 38 Atlanta Falcons Kenarious Gates, OT (Georgia)
7 39 Dallas Cowboys Lorenzo Taliaferro, RB (Coastal Carolina)
7 40 Atlanta Falcons Bennie Fowler, WR (Michigan State)
7 41 Houston Texans Denicos Allen, ILB (Michigan State)

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