Here it is, my entry mock for the Huddle Report. For the first time ever I will dive in and have three trades projected in the draft. I usually hate adding trades into mocks, but each and every trade I offer is a scenario where I could see the player taken at the team's original spot.

1) Houston Texans: Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina


And with the first pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Houston Texans select the biggest risk out there. I understand why the Texans would go against taking a quarterback first overall, especially if they don't love a guy. But the Texans have been a quarterback away from actually competing for two long. Trading away your (bad) QB and not replacing him with someone is taking a step back.

2) St. Louis Rams (from Was): Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn

I have never mocked a tackle here because Jeff Fisher does not value the position, but there comes a point where you have to go against your gut. Sometimes the best thing with Draft Science is to know that trends change. Fisher doesn't value the position, but he can find an instant starter at RT with LT potential.

3) Jacksonville Jaguars: Khalil Mack, DE/LB, Buffalo 


For comedy reasons I really hope that the Jags take Greg Robinson if he falls here because of his elite RT qualities, but the team has to walk out with a play maker. This could be a QB, Sammy Watkins or Mack, and I think they go with the pass rusher given the number of guys in the draft.

4) PROJECTED TRADE: Tampa Bay (From Cle): Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson

I have a hunch that the Bucs are going to be very scared that they won't get one of the two receivers that they will be looking for. On the same spectrum I really think that the Browns will be in a spot where they would gladly take a pick to fall back a couple of spots.

5) Oakland Raiders: Mike Evans, WR, TAMU

This may shock some, but I really don't think it should be. The Raiders signed three tackles in free agency and drafted one in the 2nd round last year. I also think that Evans is the one player in the top-10 that can contribute the most the first year because of his TD potential.

It is certainly possible that the Raiders go quarterback, but nothing in free agency has shown that they are looking to rebuild right now, so why would they take a developmental QB here.

6) Minnesota Vikings (from ATL): Blake Bortles, QB, UCF

Cleveland traded back to the perfect spot for a QB, so the Vikings have to jump up to get their guy, and they won't have to pay Atlanta much to do so.

7) Cleveland Browns (from TB): Johnny 'autographs 4 rims' Manziel, QB, TAMU

It doesn't take long to learn that I don't like Johnny Manziel. He is the 4th most talented QB in a B- class. He isn't tall enough, and he wasn't able to mentally stay in the pocket with two NFL starting left tackles protecting him.

Add in the 3,000 off the field issues and you have a guy I cannot stand. I have talked about it before, I truly believe that if he were black that he wouldn't be picked in the first 3 rounds.

With that said he brings and energy that some team is going to fall in love with, and I think the Bucs could be that team.

8) Atlanta Falcons  (from Min): Eric Ebron, TE, UNC


Huge wild card pick here, but it makes some sense. The Falcons just paid Sam Baker big money a year ago, and are fairly faithful in their players. Everyone had a bad year on that team last year, so you can't use a bad year as a reason to replace him. There is also no top notch pass rusher left here.

Ebron is easily the best tight end in the draft, they have to face Jimmy Graham twice a year, and the Bucs could be targeting him with the 7th pick.

9) Buffalo Bills: Jake Matthews, OT, TAMU

At this spot the Bills have to find out if EJ Manuel is going to be the future for the team. This all starts with him getting as many weapons, and as much protection as possible.

10) Detroit Lions: HaSean Clinton Dix, S, Alabama

With two of the best passing games in their division, and now a new QB for the Vikings the Lions have to make some moves. 

11) Tennessee Titans: Anthony Barr, DE/LB, UCLA

Tennessee could go a bunch of different ways with this pick, but I think they could fall for a pass rusher like Barr.

12) New York Giants: Aaron Donald, DT, Pittsburgh

I am not sold on Aaron Donald going this high, but I think he would go over Taylor Lewan here.

13) St. Louis Rams: Odell Beckham, WR, LSU

The Rams and Jeff Fisher will try to trade out of both their picks, but don't be shocked if they stick around and land an extra receiver to build around Bradford with.

14) Chicago Bears: Ra'Shede Hageman, DT, Minnesota

Everyone and their grandma has the Bears taking Aaron Donald with this pick, but I just don't see it. The Bears and Phil Emory like mauling freak athletes and monsters with high potential. It is just hard for me to believe that they will take a 6-foot tall, 285 tackle with small arms.

Is this a little early for Hageman? Sure. But at his best he plays like a blend of JJ Watt and Geno Atkins, so I could see someone take a shot.

15) Pittsburgh Steelers: Justin Gilbert, CB, OK State

The Steelers go with the best guy on the board, and right now that is between Gilbert, Mosley and Lewan.

16) Dallas Cowboys: Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State

The Cowboys are going to have a guy here that they like, and often times it is someone that is off the radar. I could see Cooks be that guy.

17) Baltimore Ravens: Taylor Lewan, OT, Michgian

Lewan could fall a bit because of some looming charges against him.That won't stop the Ravens though.

18) New York Jets: Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville

The Jets could definitely go with one of the good defensive talents on the board, and they might be able to score a guy who Pryor.

19) Miami Dolphins:  Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State

Ok, this is as far as he falls. The Dolphs need offensive line help, and they definitely could go that way, but they also want to add some extra defensive depth.

20) Arizona Cardinals: Zach Martin, OT/G, Notre Dame

I don't see this pick going to David Carr. The Cards are looking to win now before Carson Palmer's window closes, so I don't think they will start to rebuild. I think they could go with a guy like Martin to plug in.

21) Green Bay Packers: CJ Mosley, MLB, Alabama

If the Packers are able to land Mosley then something just isn't right. Unfortunately Mosley has some doubts among teams, and could go between picks 8 and 22.

22) Philadelphia Eagles: Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech

The Eagles (like the Bears) need to get as much defensive power that they can. 

23) Kansas City Chiefs: Cyrus Kouandjio, OT, Alabama

Andy Reid line big dudes in the draft, and I think he could love getting a monster like Kouandjio to play with.

24) Cincinnati Bengals: Ryan Shazier, OLB, Ohio State

The Bengal's don't have many needs, but adding extra depth is something the team is very good at.

25) San Diego Chargers: Bradley Roby, CB, OSU

The Chargers could go a million ways with this pick, but as long as Peyton is on the Broncos the more the team will need depth. 

26) Cleveland Browns (from Ind): Kony Ealy, DE/LB/DT, Mizzou

Depth to plug in.Ealy can be a pass rusher, or he could be bulked up and put on the line.He is the perfect guy for a team like the Browns to fall in love with and develop.

27) New Orleans Saints: Marquise Lee, WR, USC

The Saints can go a million different ways, but I think they might fall in love with a guy like Lee if he is there.

28) Carolina Panthers: Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia

If the Panthers don't use this pick on something that can help Cam Newton then they don't deserve to take the next step. 

29) Tennessee Titans (from Pats): Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State

I don't think the Pats keep their first round pick, and I could see the Titans jump up for Carr.

30) San Francisco 49ers: Demarcus Lawrence, DE/LB, Boise State

The 49ers might look to trade up, but I think they might sit back and see what they can get with this pick.

31) Denver Broncos: Joel Bitonio, OT, Nevada

The Broncos went all in this offseason, and I think they would be able to find a spot for Bitonio to play right away.

32) Seattle Seahawks: Xavier Su'a-Filo, OG, UCLA

The Hawks could go a ton of places, but I think they could go Su'a-Filo. They didn't pick up the option of James Carpenter, and the UCLA product could be nasty.