http://www.nfl.com/draft/2014/mock-drafts/mike-mayock/205660 1 JADEVEON CLOWNEY DE SOUTH CAROLINA Both Khalil Mack and Clowney fit here, but the upside of Clowney will sway Houston. He's the most talented defensive lineman on the planet, including NFL players. If he wants to be it, he's got a chance. PICK NO. 2 GREG ROBINSON OT AUBURN The NFC West is the most physical division in football, Robinson is the most physical lineman in the draft. He'll give the Rams that presence they need. PICK NO. 3 KHALIL MACK OLB BUFFALO Mack is my No. 1-ranked player. Remember where Gus Bradley comes from -- the Super Bowl-winning Seahawks. Mack has got an edge and fits this defense better than anyone in the draft. PICK NO. 4 JAKE MATTHEWS OT TEXAS A&M There's some talk of taking a QB here, but I think the Browns will go with lineage. They'll take Matthews and put him opposite Joe Thomas, and get their QB at No. 26. PICK NO. 5 SAMMY WATKINS WR CLEMSON This could be Johnny Manziel, but the Raiders don't have much at WR right now, and Watkins is the most explosive WR in the draft. He's got to be there to help Matt Schaub. PICK NO. 6 TAYLOR LEWAN OT MICHIGAN The Falcons need edge rushers, but the two best are off the board. Lewan is the most athletically gifted tackle in the draft, a plug-and-play tackle who'll play 8-10 years. He'll immediately make Matt Ryan a better QB. PICK NO. 7 MIKE EVANS WR TEXAS A&M Manziel and Bortles are possibilities, but the best playmaker on the board is Evans. With his height, vertical ability and great catch radius, he's too good a positional player to pass on. PICK NO. 8 JUSTIN GILBERT CB OKLAHOMA ST. Mike Zimmer loves his corners, and the No. 1 corner is Gilbert. The Vikings were No. 32 in points allowed last year. Gilbert immediately steps in and helps their defensive backfield. PICK NO. 9 ZACK MARTIN OT NOTRE DAME Eric Ebron is possible, but I would take Martin. You can play him at tackle or guard, even center, and he'll do it at a high level. He will help make E.J. Manuel a better quarterback. PICK NO. 10 DARQUEZE DENNARD CB MICHIGAN ST. With Gilbert off the board, the Lions fill an area of need with Dennard. He's a plug-and-play corner who is best in press coverage. PICK NO. 11 BLAKE BORTLES QB CENTRAL FLORIDA The Titans want a corner, but I think Bortles is Ken Whisenhunt's guy. He'll need that redshirt year, but the Titans could let Jake Locker play, then come back the next year and have their quarterback of the future. PICK NO. 12 ERIC EBRON TE NORTH CAROLINA Eli needs a buddy. The Giants were No. 28 in points scored, and Ebron is the most gifted tight end I've seen in a while as a vertical threat. If he's willing to work at blocking, he's a Pro Bowl tight end. PICK NO. 13 ODELL BECKHAM WR LSU St. Louis needs to complement its first pick. Robinson will keep Sam Bradford healthy, Beckham gives him another weapon.