No. 1 ranked Florida State will be lead by Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Jameis Winston when they take on No. 2 ranked Auburn and quarterback Nick Marshall tonight in the 2014 BCS National Championship. The game will be covered extensively by SBNation's College Football blog (click here to read what to watch for tonight), and this post will serve as MHR's Open Thread for the game.
2014 NFL Draft
2014 NFL Mock Draft
Good afternoon, Broncos fans! The 2013 NFL Draft is now in the books, but that won't stop us at Mile High Report from projecting what will happen in the 2014 NFL Draft. Yeah, we are obsessed like that.
2014 NFL Draft
1. Houston Texans - 2-14 (.559)
2. St. Louis Rams (via Washington Redskins) - 3-13 (.516)
3. Jacksonville Jaguars - 4-12 (.504)
4. Cleveland Browns - 4-12 (.516)
5. Oakland Raiders - 4-12 (.523)
6. Atlanta Falcons - 4-12 (.553)
7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 4-12 (.574)
8. Minnesota Vikings - 5-10-1 (.512)
9. Buffalo Bills - 6-10 (.520)
10. Detroit Lions - 7-9 (.457)
11. Tennessee Titans - 7-9 (.504)
12. New York Giants - 7-9 (.520)
13. St. Louis Rams - 7-9 (.551)
14. Chicago Bears - 8-8 (.465)
15. Pittsburgh Steelers - 8-8 (.469)
16 or 17. Baltimore Ravens - 8-8 (.484)
16 or 17. Dallas Cowboys - 8-8 (.484)
18. New York Jets - 8-8 (.488)
19. Miami Dolphins - 8-8 (.523)
20. Arizona Cardinals - 10-5 (.529)
21. Green Bay Packers - 8-7-1 (.553)
22. Philadelphia Eagles - 10-6 (.453)
23. Kansas City Chiefs - 11-5 (.445)
24. Cincinnati Bengals - 11-5 (.480)
Florida State Prospects
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Lamarcus Joyner, CB/S, #20 (Senior)
There are few players in college football who can stack up to the diverse skill set that Joyner brings every game for the Seminoles. In the course of his college career, Joyner has lined up at every position in the defensive backfield and has even seen time at linebacker. While he may be considered undersized on paper, he plays with impeccable heart and character. He has the instincts, coverage ability and fluid hips to match up well in most coverage assignments and also can be effective on blitzes. He reminds me of Bob Sanders (or more recently Tyrann Mathieu), but will likely endure a much longer career than he did if his lack of size does not impact him at the NFL level. I view him as a first-round caliber prospect who will likely fall in the draft due to size concerns. He would be a welcome addition to a Broncos secondary that desperately needs reinforcements for the future.
Cameron Erving, OT, #75 (Junior)
One of the best offensive tackles in the country, Erving displays top flight athleticism and has the elite size you look for in a premier tackle in the NFL. If he declares, he will be a likely Top 25 selection for a team in need of a blindside protector. Erving has a lot to offer: He has a low center of gravity uses his hands extremely well keeping him consistent when driving his blocks. While not spectacular, Erving’s kick slide is good enough to have him recover off backpedals. Erving could stand to improve upon his recognition of assignments when reaching the second level, much like former teammate Menelik Watson, who was drafted last year.
Timmy Jernigan, DT #8 (Junior)
Jernigan might be one of the most disruptive players on the defensive line that has come across Florida State in recent years. He has the size and quickness off the snap to be a devastating 3-technique player on the interior, as well as good hand use and balance. Unfortunately, Jernigan doesn’t always have his motor running full force and some scouts question is his consistency and motor and some have been critical of his style of play and accused him of being a dirty player. If Florida State wants a shot at shutting down Tre Mason of Auburn in the National Championship game, Jernigan is going to have to play the best football of his career.
Others to watch: Brian Stork, C and LB’s Telvin Smith and Chirstian Jones
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