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NFL draft facts

Draft facts

When: Tonight (Round 1), 8, ESPN, NFL Network; Friday (Rounds 2-3), 6:30 p.m., ESPN, ESPN2, NFLN; Saturday (Rounds 4-7), noon, ESPN, NFLN,

Where: Radio City Music Hall, New York City

Bucs picks (round/overall): 1/7, 2/38, 3/69, 5/143, 6/185, 7/221.

First-round draft order

(with team needs)

1. Houston Texans (QB, LB, OL)

2. St. Louis Rams* (WR, OL, S)

3. Jacksonville Jaguars (QB, OL, WR)

4. Cleveland Browns (QB, OL, RB)

5. Oakland Raiders (WR, OL, QB)

6. Atlanta Falcons (LB, OL, DL)

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (WR, OL, DL)

8. Minnesota Vikings (QB, S, OL)

9. Buffalo Bills (LB, WR, OT)

10. Detroit Lions (CB, S, OL)

11. Tennessee Titans (QB, WR, CB)

12. N.Y. Giants (DT, WR, CB)

13. St. Louis Rams (WR, OL, S)

14. Chicago Bears (S, DL, CB)

15. Pittsburgh Steelers (CB, WR, DL)

16. Dallas Cowboys (DE, G, CB)

17. Baltimore Ravens (C, RT, S)

18. N.Y. Jets (G, WR, CB)

19. Miami Dolphins (RT, G, RB)

20. Arizona Cardinals (CB, S, QB)

21. Green Bay Packers (DL, S, WR)

22. Philadelphia Eagles (S, LB, DL)

23. Kansas City Chiefs (WR, G, S)

24. Cincinnati Bengals (DE, OL, CB)

25. San Diego Chargers (CB, NT, WR)

26. Cleveland Browns** (QB, G, RB)

27. New Orleans Saints (CB, OL, LB)

28. Carolina Panthers (OT, DB, WR)

29. New England Patriots (DL, C, WR)

30. San Francisco 49ers (WR, C, DL)

31. Denver Broncos (CB, WR, LB)

32. Seattle Seahawks (WR, TE, DL)

* from Washington (S, OL, LB)

** from Indianapolis (S, WR, LB)

Top five players at each position


1 Johnny Manziel Texas A&M 6-0 207

2 Blake Bortles UCF 6-5 232

3 Teddy Bridgewater Louisville 6-2 214

4 Derek Carr Fresno State 6-2 214

5 Jimmy Garoppolo Eastern Illinois 6-2 226


1 Carlos Hyde Ohio State 6-0 230

2 Ka'Deem Carey Arizona 5-9 207

3 Tre Mason Auburn 5-8 207

4 Bishop Sankey Washington 5-9 209

5 Devonta Freeman Florida State 5-8 206


1 Sammy Watkins Clemson 6-1 211

2 Mike Evans Texas A&M 6-5 231

3 Eric Ebron (TE) North Carolina 6-4 250

4 Brandin Cooks Oregon State 5-10 189

5 Kelvin Benjamin Florida State 6-5 240


1 Greg Robinson (T) Auburn 6-5 332

2 Jake Matthews (T) Texas A&M 6-5 308

3 Taylor Lewan (T) Michigan 6-7 309

4 Zack Martin (T/G) Notre Dame 6-4 308

5 David Yankey (G) Stanford 6-6 312


1 Jadeveon Clowney (DE) South Carolina 6-6 266

2 Aaron Donald (DT) Pittsburgh 6-1 285

3 Stephon Tuitt (DE) Notre Dame 6-5 304

4 Tim Jernigan (DT) Florida State 6-2 299

5 Louis Nix (DT) Notre Dame 6-2 331


1Khalil Mack Buffalo 6-3 251

2 C.J. Mosley Alabama 6-2 234

3 Anthony Barr UCLA 6-5 255

4 Ryan Shazier Ohio State 6-1 237

5 Kyle Van Noy BYU 6-3 243


1 Justin Gilbert (CB) Oklahoma State 6-0 202

2 Calvin Pryor (S) Louisville 5-11 207

3 Darqueze Dennard (CB) Michigan State 5-11 199

4 Kyle Fuller (CB) Virginia Tech 6-0 190

5 Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (S) Alabama 6-1 208

Bucs draft party

When: 8 tonight (parking lots open at 4:30; gates open at 6)

Where: Raymond James Stadium

Admission/parking: Free in lots south of the stadium; enter Gate C

What: Live coverage of the first round of the NFL draft

Also: Discounted food and beverages, new Bucs merchandise, 2014 Buccaneers cheerleaders are unveiled

Radio: 620-AM

NFL draft facts 05/07/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 7, 2014 9:22pm]
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