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9.) LB C.J. Mosley, Alabama – Not worried about injury concerns. If you see a flaw in his game, post it in the comments because I don’t.

10.) OT Taylor Lewan, Michigan - Elite athleticism, mean streak. Can he keep emotions / off-field issues in check?

11.) CB Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma St – Top 3 athlete in the draft. Only concern is his effort level.

12.) CB Darqueze Dennard, Michigan St – Hard-nosed player with a solid all-around game and better than expected speed.

13.) WR Mike Evans, Texas A&M – Had under 60 yards in 38% of his games last year in a pass heavy offense. Can he handle press coverage from NFL corners?

14.) QB Blake Bortles, UCF – I think he will take longer to develop than other two top QBs.

15.) FS HaHa Clinton Dix, Alabama – Prototype centerfielder in pass coverage, great range and under-rated physicality vs the run.

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  • Johnathan Wood

    I still wonder if the Bears go with Mosley should he be there at 14. There’s a good chance he’ll be the best player available, and a guy they can plug in as their starting MLB for the next decade who will lead the defense.

    • Mike Flannery

      Agreed. I’d rather have Donald if he was available, but it would be hard to complain about taking Mosley.

  • DiscountPCRepair SATX

    First 2 picks should be safety and corner, in either order.

    Gilbert/Bucannon would be ideal by my estimation.

  • Dr. Johnny Nacho

    We’ve been playing around drafting a safety every year for a decade in different rounds. It’s time to draft a top flight first round talent to anchor the back end of the defense. Pryor or HaHa at 14….there’s much depth on the D-Line in the second or third rounds.