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Friday, March 21, 2014

MLB 2014 Team Preview: Pittsburgh Pirates

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MLB 2014 Team Preview: Pittsburgh Pirates
By Wild on Sports MLB Analyst Aaron Dorman

2013 Season Overview: 

Finally! Barry Bonds and Andy Van Slyke are gone but 22 years later the Pirates make it back into the playoffs. In matchups against division rivals, the Pirates beat out the Reds for the wild card berth but lose to the Cardinals in five games. Andrew McCutchen wins the MVP and Francisco Liriano has his umpteenth rebound season, winning 16 games in just 26 starts. Overall Pittsburgh fans have a lot to feel good about going forward.

Winter Grade C-
Coming: Edinson Volquez
Going: AJ Burnett, Garrett Jones, Marlon Byrd, Justin Morneau
Losing Burnett is the only big hurt here; Jones’ one-dimensional power was diminishing and the other two guys were acquired in late August. A quiet winter in Pittsburgh serves as a reminder of the tight payroll constraints GM Neal Huntington is working under. The problem with losing Burnett is not just replacing his stellar pitching—the Pirates have plenty on hand, and should expect a full season out of former no. 1 pick Gerritt Cole—but rather the questionable decision not to offer him a qualifying offer (1 year, $14.1 million). The Pirates wrongly assumed he was picking between retirement or re-signing, and so perhaps didn’t put out the qualifying offer as a matter of good faith. But by the time Burnett decided to play in 2014, he ended up signing with the Phillies, and now Pittsburgh has no compensation for losing him. This is a missed opportunity for a team that will have to recoup draft picks from free agents who are too expensive to keep. Also, it would have made more sense for them to pursue a handful of more reliable players; there’s a solid chance Liriano and Starling Marte, among others, do not maintain their production. Instead, Pittsburgh goes with the iffy proposition that for the third year in a row they can turn a struggling power arm into something useful (Volquez).

Wild Card(s): 
Veteran Wandy Rodriguez is 35 and recovering from a forearm injury, but a mid-rotation lefty would definitely look good behind Gerritt Cole and Liriano next year; Rodriguez has a solid 3.66 ERA in 25 starts for the Pirates between 2012-2013. He’s quietly been one of the more reliable lefties in the league over the past seven years, posting ERAs between 3.02 and 3.76 over that time span.

Another overlooked arm Pittsburgh is hoping breaks out next year is Charlie Morton, who put up a stellar 3.26 ERA in 20 starts last year and was signed to a modest contract extension. He hasn’t been all that great overall (4.70 career ERA) and he’s already 30 but he showed real improvements last year, getting batters to strike out and hit weak ground balls more than at any point prior. Even if he pitches to just his “FIP” (fielding independent pitching, a measure of runs allowed based on walks, strikeouts and home runs) of 3.60, it would make Pittsburgh’s rotation very formidable.

Key Contract Years: 
Russell Martin provides solid defense and a little pop behind the plate; Pittsburgh got lucky that they signed him for just a team-friendly deal and they might have to use 2014 to groom Tony Sanchez to be his successor. Lefties Francisco Liriano and Wandy Rodriguez are also free agents after this year, the former too pricey, the latter too old, for Pittsburgh’s tastes. By then they might have enough homegrown pitching on hand that it won’t matter.

Gregory Polanco is one of the best outfield prospects in the game, but he probably won’t be up until midseason at the earliest, having played only 68 games to date above A-ball and in need of honing his power stroke and batting eye. More likely to make an impact this year are pitchers Jameson Taillon, a former first-round pick who made major improvements striking out batters last year in AA, and Nick Kingham, who has weaker stuff but stronger numbers at the same level. Also, catcher Tony Sanchez hit an impressive .288/.368/.504 in AAA and he’ll turn 26 later this year so his future is now.

Key Questions: 
Who plays first base?
Is Gabby Sanchez and a left-handed platoon partner good enough to last the year?
Can Starling Marte remain a star-level offensive player despite an overly aggressive approach at the plate?
His 25/138 BB/K ratio is pretty ridiculous, but so is his athleticism. Did Pittsburgh ‘fix’ Liriano or was last year just the latest in an unpredictable, up-and-down career for the left-hander?
Who gets the bulk of the playing time at short, defense-only hacker Clint Barmes or surprise contributor Jordy Mercer?
And does that label stick this year?
Can Gerritt Cole step up and duplicate AJ Burnett’s performance from last year?

Farm System Overview: BLUE (elite)
Pittsburgh has drafted early and often, and drafted well. Both of their first round picks from 2013, OFer Austin Meadows and C Reese McGuire, had big debuts in short-season ball, and there’s lots of power arms from Latin America in the lower levels of the system. A bit closer to the majors, Gregory Polanco could be even better than Starling Marte, and Alan Hanson might give Pittsburgh a young shortstop who can get on base at a clip above .250. In fact, he might even be able to become a real asset. Expensive bonuses given out to draftees pre-2012 means that there’s also lots of star-level upside scattered among the levels. Look for a breakout year from outfielder Josh Bell, who Pittsburgh nabbed for $5 million in 2011, the most ever given to a player outside the first round (he’ll play for high-A Bradenton this year).

2014 Prognosis: Possible Contenders
It is highly unlikely that Pittsburgh collapses. However, other teams like the Nationals and Giants did more to improve themselves over the winter and there will be strong competition for both wild card spots. I like Cincinnati’s chances to repeat better, because Pittsburgh has a lot of moving parts; players who will probably regress, rookies whose production is an open question mark and players with health or performance issues that they are counting on a little too hard this year, like Volquez or first baseman Gabby Sanchez. Last year, Pittsburgh got a little lucky both with performances and even their record was about 5-6 wins above what was projected based on their runs scored/runs allowed. They might need to have a consolidation year this season, finding some more stars to complement Andrew McCutchen. Maybe that’s Gerritt Cole, maybe that’s Gregory Polanco. Who knows, maybe this year Pedro Alvarez finally becomes more than lumbering strikeout machine? They’ll compete, but right now they ‘feel’ like 85-win also rans in 2014.

MLB 2014 Team Preview: Cincinnati Reds

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MLB 2014 Team Preview: Cincinnati Reds
By Wild on Sports MLB Analyst Aaron Dorman

2013 Overview: 
A quick playoff exit puts a damper on another strong year from Joey Votto and the Reds, their third 90+ win season in four. Votto drives in just 73 runs because he and newcomer Sin-Soo Choo are too busy drawing walks; the duo are one-two in the league in OBP, and Brandon Phillips is the happy beneficiary, driving in 103 despite 18 HR and a sub-.400 Slugging Percentage. It took a longtime, but Cincinnati has finally found a stable core of pitchers who thrive despite the home-run friendly nature of Great American Ballpark. It’s too bad that Dusty Baker and Bronson Arroyo won’t be around for more fun and games.

Winter Grade: B-
Coming: ????????????
Going: Sin-Soo Choo, Bronson Arroyo, Ryan Hanigan
In the wake of their loss to the Pirates, Reds management expressed extreme frustration, singling out Baker and Brandon Phillips as sub-par clubhouse influences. Although they lost Choo and weren’t able to deal Phillips, the secret was that Cincinnati’s roster was and still is well primed for at least several more years of success, and the worst thing they could have done is tamper with the formula. It might have been disappointing for Reds fans that Skip Schumaker and Manny Parra were the biggest names Cincinnati brought on board, but this was the best way for them to ensure success for the team, barring an unexpected opportunity. Cincinnati’s roster is in a unique place, as they are positioned to break in young stars next year—Billy Hamilton, Tony Cingrani—but didn’t really have the prospect depth to make a major splash. They were better off savingbullets for midseason reinforcements; left field and shortstop appear to be likely spots for a later upgrade. Choo will be replaced by Hamilton who is an instant threat to lead the league in stolen bases, and Bronson Arroyo’s departure allows Cingrani to move into the rotation full-time after a very solid debut in 2013.

Wild Card(s): 

Three years ago, Devin Mesoraco was a top catching prospect, but he has languished behind Ryan Hanigan, receiving fluctuating playing time and struggling to play up to his potential. The guy who hit .302 with 26 HR in 2010 (minors) is still only 26, but he hasn’t come close to being a productive hitter in the majors yet, batting just .225 with 16 HR and a tepid .359 Slugging Percentage over a full season’s worth of at-bats in his career. Trading Hanigan was a signal that Cincinnati is finally ready to completely commit to Mesoraco, and in a good hitter’s environment, something like .270 with 15-20 HR isn’t out of the question. He is more likely to breakout than fellow homegrown Reds Todd Frazier (3b) and Zach Cozart (ss).
Key Contract Years: Ryan Ludwick maybe? He was hurt almost all of last year but maybe the big righty has another 20+ HR season in him. Homer Bailey was almost a free agent…but Cincinnati locked him up on a rather optimistic 6-year deal. So he’ll be a Red for a long time.

Billy Hamilton is ready to rock your world in center field. There are legitimate questions about his hitting ability, and if he can’t keep pitchers honest then he will have a hard time getting on base. But despite a disappointing year in AAA, Hamilton doesn’t just have game changing speed; he has the kind of speed that could cause a shift in baseball as a whole back towards triple-digit base stealers, the likes of which haven’t been seen since Rickey Henderson or Vince Coleman (Jose Reyes has the post-millennial single-season record with 78). Hamilton could hit .250 and still steal 80 bases; that’s what he did last year, and the year before he set the all-time minor league record with 155. There is a small chance Hamilton never hits enough to be more than a fourth-outfielder/pinch-runner, but for now the likely outcome is he becomes a star in the leadoff spot.

Key Questions:
Who gets on base after Votto now that Choo is gone?
Will Frazier, Cozart or Mesoraco post a .300+ OBP?
What is the status of Ryan Ludwick or Chris Heisey in left field?
Will Brandon Phillips’ standing with Cincinnati’s upper management be a distraction this year?
Who will close out games in Aroldis Chapman’s immediate absence (he is likely out until early June with a scary ball-to-the-head injury this week)?

Farm System Overview: RED (below average) 

No pun intended. Cincinnati’s system is thin behind Billy Hamilton and future ace Robert Stephenson. Last year’s top pick, outfielder Phillip Ervin, had a nice debut, but 2012 first-rounder Nick Travieso (rhp) was a disappointment. The Reds are very light on position player prospects, and their best pitchers in the upper minors look more like bullpen arms than future starters, unless former top prospect Dan Corcino bounces back. Some interesting names taken in the 2013 draft could make for midseason trade fodder if they transition well to full-season ball.

2014 Prognosis: Likely Contenders
There’s too much talent locked in here to dismiss them, even after a quiet winter. Joey Votto is still the best first basemen in the league and Cincinnati’s army of power arms in the rotation makes them contenders as long as nobody gets injured. But despite Dusty Baker’s reputation as an arm-shredder, Homer Bailey, Mike Leake and Mat Latos seem relatively durable (unfortunately the same cannot be said for Johnny Cueto). It’s a top heavy roster, but not an old one, and megadeals mean that Votto, Jay Bruce and Bailey are the core of the Reds for the better part of the next decade. That’s probably a good thing.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Breaking Down the Bracket

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Breaking Down the Bracket
By Wild on Sports Analyst Jason Gillson

It's here! March Madness is finally here! Tuesday night kicked off the 2014 NCAA Tournament with Albany and NC State winning play in games and the rights to get their socks knocked off by the big dogs in the opening round. With that in play lets take a look at each region and the favorites to cut down the nets in Texas.

South Region
Memphis, Tennessee
Favorite: Florida
Contenders: Kansas, Syracuse
Dark Horse: UCLA
Florida is the top team in the land going into the tournament and will open things up as the the odds on favorite and #1 seed in the South. Their first victim is likely to be last night's play in winner Albany. While they are unlikely to lose too much sweat in that one, there are a few teams that could give them a run for their money in the later rounds. Their chief competition will come from #2 Kansas - a projected #1 for much of the season but faded a bit down the stretch. Kansas will be without Joel Embiid for the first weekend. If they can survive that and get him back somewhat healthy, they have a chance. Also in the mix will be #3 Syracuse. Cuse was the #1 country in the land for a few weeks back in January but have run into some tough times over the last few weeks. Their sharp shooters that were leading the way have gone cold. If Tyler Ennis and company can get things going again they can be dangerous. One team to keep an eye on is #4 seed UCLA. The Bruins won the Pac-12 beating fellow tournament teams Oregon, Stanford and then #1 Arizona along the way. They have the momentum to catch some teams off guard.
Odds of Winning Title:
Florida 5:1
Kansas 10:1
Syracuse 18:1
UCLA 45:1

East Region
New York, NY
Favorites: Virginia, Michigan St.
Contender: Iowa St.
Dark Horse: North Carolina
Michigan St a #4 seed? Wow, tough break for top seed Virginia. Realistically, there are three teams in this Region that could  have a shot at the final four - #1 Virginia, #3 Iowa St and #4 Michigan St. Virgina comes in as ACC Champion, really surprising those who had them pegged for the middle of the pack in that conference pre-season. They have shown that they can tango with the big boys -- knocking off Duke, Syracuse, North Carolina and Pittsburgh twice. The name of the game is defense and in a division known for scoring they gave up a league low 55.3 points per game. If they can find ways to shut down more talented offensive teams, they have a good chance. Their primary competition will come from Michigan St. The Spartans were a pre-season #1 but were bitten pretty hard early on by the injury bug. They are finally healthy and a team many experts think will be playing in New York in a few Weeks. One of the most intriguing teams in this region in Iowa St. Iowa St is one of those teams that if you don't show up to play, they will just run you out of the gym. They are a high flying, dynamic team that knocked off the likes of Kansas, Kansas St. and Baylor to take home the Big-12 title. Don't sleep on #6 North Carolina. Roy Williams team has had its ups and downs this season but are very talented and have shown they can win big games (Duke, Louisville). They aren't the same team they were a few years ago, but hey, its UNC!
Odds of Winning Title:
Michigan St. 11:2
Virginia 18:1
Villanova 35:1
Iowa St. 40:1
North Carolina: 50:1

West Region
Anaheim, CA
Favorite: Arizona
Contender: Wisconsin
Dark Horses: Oklahoma St., Nebraska
Perhaps the weakest of the four regions this year, is led by season long front runner Arizona. The Wildcats rattled of 21 straight to start the season and held the #1 ranking in the land for a considerable time early on. A couple of bad losses knocked that from that perch but this is still a team that has as good a chance as any to be in New York for the final four. They are stingy on defense and have enough weapons offensively to spread opponents very thin. The region holds two teams that are completely dependent on their star player to get the job done to have a chance in Doug McDermott at Creighton and Marcus Smart at Oklahoma St. Both will be first round NBA picks and both can single-handedly change a game. Unfortunately, they don;t have the supporting cast needed against the big dogs. That said, in a region that really just has one elite team in Arizona, a lucky break here or two could produce the Cinderella story of this year's tournament. Keep an eye on #11 Nebraska. The Cornhuskers have knocked off both Michigan State and Wisconsin over the last month of the season.
Odds of Winning the Title:
Arizona 8:1
Wisconsin 20:1
Creighton 35:1
Oklahoma St 60:1

Mid-West Region
Indianapolis, IN
Favorite: None
Contenders: Duke, Michigan, Louisville
Dark Horses: Witicha St., Kentucky
Hard to call a #1 seed a dark horse, but in reality that is what they are. In all due respect to Wichita St, they are undefeated and all, but who have they beat? We will find out early if team is for real as a likely second round match-up with Kentucky looms. For the sake of NCAA Basketball and the small conferences, I hope they make a deep run. The reality is that I just don't see it. The depth of this region will make it fun. Any one of Duke, Michigan, Louisville or even Kentucky could come out of this bracket. Michigan is probably the most complete team, Duke has the best player in Jabari Parker and Louisville has the experience and the depth. Anyone have a four sided coin to flip?
Odds of Winning the Title:
Louisville 8:1
Wichita St 15:1
Duke: 18:1
Michigan 30:1

MLB 2014 Team Preview: St. Louis Cardinals

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MLB 2014 Team Preview: St. Louis Cardinals
By Wild on Sports Analyst Aaron Dorman

2013 Overview: 
The best team in the NL, and it wasn’t a surprise. The Cardinals lead the league in runs scored, and reliable veteran mainstays like Matt Holliday, Carlos Beltran and Adam Wainwright headline the assault. But amazingly, the Cardinals win the pennant amidst a season that is in many ways a year about turnover to a new crop of talented redbirds. Rookies Shelby Miller, Matt Adams and Trevor Rosenthal make significant contributions, and Matt Carpenter transforms into a star at second base in his first year of everyday play. There is more to come from an organization that is a model for developing talent.

Winter Grade: B+
Coming: Jhonny Peralta, Peter Bourjos
Going: Carlos Beltran, David Freese, Edward Mujica, Jake Westbrook (retired)
The Cardinals address their biggest need by spending big on shortstop Peralta, despite his association with the Biogenesis scandal. Losing Carlos Beltran may hurt if outfielder Oscar Taveras is not ready to start the season, but it didn’t make sense for a team in the NL to sign Beltran to a three-year contract. Acquiring defense whiz Bourjos is a nice bit of fine-tuning for a team that, after Peralta, is really just tinkering at the margins and making sure nobody gets in the way of the next round of rookie sensations (Taveras, Kolton Wong, et al).

Wild Card(s): 
Bourjos had a big year in 2011, hitting .271 with gap power (11 triples!), 22 SB and strong defense, but since then had been buried on Los Angeles’ depth chart, ineffective and/or injured. With the Cardinals, he has a chance to re-establish himself as an everyday player and he’s still just 27 years old this year. Could better coaching turn Bourjos into a more potent stolen base threat? He has upside along the lines of an Angel Pagan-type performer.

Key Contract Years: Nobody

Oscar Taveras may be a future batting champion and he is going to be a full-time outfielder in St. Louis by late May this year. He’ll hit for power too, but some patience may be required as he shakes off rust from last year, when he only played in 46 games for AAA-Memphis. Kolten Wong is set to provide solid but unspectacular production at second base, having hit .303/.369/.466 with 20 SB alongside Taveras at Memphis last year. On the pitching side, Carlos Martinez might beat out Joe Kelly for the final spot in rotation, and the flame-throwing righty put up an impressive 2.51 ERA in AAA last year. He has tremendous upside and could duplicate Shelby Miller’s stellar rookie campaign.

Key Questions: 
Can Jamie Garcia be effective despite admitting that he’s pitching through pain right now?
How does St. Louis juggle roles for Martinez, Joe Kelly and Garcia in the back of the rotation?
Is the bullpen too thin after letting John Axford and Ed Mujica leave as free agents?
Will there be full playing time for both Allen Craig and Matt Adams once Taveras comes up for good?
Does one of them become trade bait, and for what?

Farm System Overview: GREEN (above average) 
Most of the top-tier talent is about to reach the majors; Taveras, Wong and Martinez are St. Louis’ top prospects. Right now the system does not boast quite the depth it has in past years, much of which has to do with successful player promotions. However, there is depth in athletic outfielders (Steve Piscotty, James Ramsey) and last year St. Louis drafted two promising left-handers in the first round, Marco Gonzales and Rob Kaminsky.

2014 Prognosis: Strong Contenders
Don’t bet against the Cardinals after quiet winters in Cincinnati and Pittsburgh. Beltran may be gone but St. Louis may reach dynastic status with their ability to churn out multiple impact rookies year after year. Right now it doesn’t look like there are any holes in the lineup or rotation; elite production can be expected from Yadier Molina, Matt Holliday and Wainwright. This is another pennant-winning formula.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

NHL Power Rankings - March 18

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NHL Power Rankings
March 18, 2014

This is now our third NHL Power Rankings since the trade frenzy was kicked off a couple of weeks ago. It has been no coincidence that the most aggressive team at the deadline has reaped the rewards and thus found themselves on top of our rankings for a third straight week. The Blues are 6-0-1 since acquiring Ryan Miller and Steve Ott from Buffalo. The team is playing with supreme confidence which has translated to a nice climb in the conference standings. Checking in at #2 this week are the San Jose Sharks. The Sharks are coming off a nice little six game winning streak of their own and find themselves tied with the fading Anaheim Ducks (#4) for the top spot in the Pacific. Jumping up a couple of spots to #3 this week is the the hottest team in the NHL in the Boston Bruins. The Bruins have won nine straight and find themselves in a familiar position on top of the Eastern Conference. Despite being badly banged up on defense, they are getting some great help from young talent including rookie of the year candidate Torey Krug. If the youngsters can continue to hold strong, expect the Bruins to be playing in June yet again. Wrapping up our top five this week are the Colorado Avalanche. Patrick Roy's Aves refuse to go away in the West and are playing their way into the the mix for home ice going into the playoffs.

Where does your team rank this week?

Last Week
1 St. Louis Blues 1
2 San Jose Sharks 2
3 Boston Bruins 5
4 Anaheim Ducks 4
5 Colorado Avalanche 6
6 Chicago  Blackhawks 3
7 Los Angeles Kings 7
8 Pittsburgh Penguins 8
9 Columbus Blue Jackets 15
10 Philadelphia Flyers 11
11 Minnesota Wild 10
12 Toronto Maple Leafs 12
13 Montreal Canadiens 14
14 New York Rangers 9
15 Dallas Stars 13
16 Tampa Bay Lightning 18
17 Phoenix Coyotes 19
18 Washington Capitals 17
19 Detroit Red Wings 16
20 Vancouver  Canucks 22
21 New Jersey Devils 20
22 Nashville Predators 24
23 Winnipeg Jets 23
24 Ottawa Senators 21
25 Calgary Flames 27
26 Carolina Hurricanes 25
27 Edmonton Oilers 26
28 New York Islanders 30
29 Florida Panthers 28
30 Buffalo Sabers 29

Sunday, March 16, 2014

NFL Mock Draft 2.0

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2014 NFL Mock Draft 2.0

With the 2013-14 NFL Season officially in the books it is now time for the first edition of our Wild On Sports 2014 NFL Mock Draft. There has been a lot of buzz and a hand full of names thrown around as to who will be the top pick in the draft. Will it be one of the stud quarterbacks -- Manziel, Bortles, Bridgewater? How about a high ceiling defensive force like Jadevon Clowney? Maybe a safe bet like offensive tackle Jake Matthews?

Lets take a look at the first round and who our experts project your team to take in this year's draft

1. Houston Texans: 
Jadeveon Clowney DE South Carolina
(Previous Pick: Johnny Manziel QB Texas AM)

2. St. Louis Rams: 
Khalil Mack OLB Buffalo
 (Previous Pick: Jadeveon Clowney DE South Carolina)

3. Jacksonville Jaguars:  
Blake Bortles QB Central Florida
(Previous Pick: Derek Carr QB Fresno State)

4. Cleveland Browns:  
Sammy Watkins WR Clemson
(Previous Pick: Blake Bortles QB Central Florida)

5. Oakland Raiders:  
Greg Robinson OT Auburn
(Previous Pick: Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville)

6. Atlanta Falcons:  
Jake Matthews OT Texas AM

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers:  
Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville
(Previous Pick: Sammy Watkins WR Clemson)

8. Minnesota Vikings:  
Anthony Barr OLB UCLA
(Previous Pick: Khalil Mack OLB Buffalo)

9. Buffalo Bills:  
Mike Evans WR Texas AM
(Previous Pick: Greg Robinson OT Auburn)

10. Detroit Lions:  
Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma State
(Previous Pick: Anthony Barr OLB UCLA)

11. Tennessee Titans:  
Johnny Manziel QB Texas AM
(Previous Pick: Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma State)

12. New York Giants:  
Taylor Lewan OT Michigan

13. St. Louis Rams: 
 HaHa Clinton-Dix S Alabama
(Previous Pick: Mike Evans WR Texas AM)

14. Chicago Bears: 
Timmy Jernigan DT Florida State
(Previous Pick: Darqueze Dennard CB Michigan State)

15. Pittsburgh Steelers: 
Darqueze Dennard CB Michigan State
(Previous Pick: Ra'Shede Hageman DT Minnesota)

16. Dallas Cowboys: 
Aaron Donald DT Pittsburgh
(Previous Pick: HaHa Clinton-Dix S Alabama)

17. Baltimore Ravens:  
Calvin Pryor S Louisville
(Previous Pick: Marqise Lee WR USC)

18. New York Jets:  
Marqise Lee WR USC
(Previous Pick: Eric Ebron TE North Carolina)

19. Miami Dolphins 
Cyrus Kouandjio OT Alabama

20. Arizona Cardinals:  
Jace Amaro TE Texas Tech

21. Green Bay Packers:  
C.J. Mosley ILB Alabama
(Previous Pick: Allen Robinson WR Penn State)

22. Philadelphia Eagles:  
Jason Verrett CB TCU
(Previous Pick: Calvin Pryor S Louisville)

23. Kansas City Chiefs:  
Odell Beckham Jr WR LSU

24. Cincinnati Bengals:  
Kony Ealy DE Missouri
(Previous Pick: Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE Washington)

25. San Diego Chargers:  
Louis Nix NT Notre Dame
(Previous Pick: Jason Verrett CB TCU)

26. Cleveland Browns:  
Derek Carr QB Fresno State
(Previous Pick: Stephon Tuitt DT Notre Dame)

27. New Orleans Saints:  
Ra'Shede Hageman DT Minnesota
(Previous Pick: Timmy Jernigan DT Florida State)

28. Carolina Panthers:  
Allen Robinson WR Penn State
(Previous Pick: Jordan Matthews WR Vanderbilt)

29. New England Patriots: 
Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE Washington
(Previous Pick: Kony Ealy DE Missouri)

30. San Francisco 49ers:  
Kelvin Benjamin WR Florida State
(Previous Pick: Marcus Roberson CB Florida)

31. Denver Broncos:  
Jordan Matthews WR Vanderbilt
(Previous Pick: Jimmie Ward S NIU)

32. Seattle Seahawks:  
Xavier Su'a-Filo OG UCLA
(Previous Pick: Kelvin Benjamin WR Florida State)

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