The Ottumwa Courier


May 13, 2014

2014 NFL Draft Selections


86. Philadelphia, Josh Huff, wr, Oregon.

87. Kansas City, Phillip Gaines, db, Rice.

88. Cincinnati, Will Clarke, de, West Virginia.

89. San Diego, Chris Watt, g, Notre Dame.

90. Indianapolis, Donte Moncrief, wr, Mississippi.

91. Arizona (from New Orleans), John Brown, wr, Pittsburg State.

92. Carolina, Trai Turner, g, LSU.

93. Jacksonville (from New England), Brandon Linder, g, Miami.

94. Clevland (from San Francisco), Terrance West, rb, Towson.

95. Denver, Michael Schofield, ot, Michigan.

96. Minnesota (from Seattle), Jerick McKinnon, rb, Georgia Southern.

97. x-Pittsburgh, Dri Archer, rb, Kent State.

98. x-Green Bay, Richard Rodgers, te, California.

99. x-Baltimore, Crockett Gillmore, te, Colorado State.

100. x-San Francisco, Brandon Thomas, g, Clemson.


Fourth Round

101. Philadelphia (from Houston), Jaylen Watkins, db, Florida.

102. Washington, Bashaud Breeland, db, Clemson.

103. Atlanta, Devonta Freeman, rb, Florida State.

104. New York Jets (from Tampa Bay), Jalen Saunders, wr, Oklahoma.

105. New England (from Jacksonville), Bryan Stork, c, Florida State.

106. San Francisco (from Cleveland), Bruce Ellington, wr, South Carolina.

107. Oakland, Justin Ellis, dt, Louisiana Tech.

108. Seattle (from Minnesota), Cassius Marsh, de, UCLA.

109. Buffalo, Ross Cockrell, db, Duke.

110. St. Louis, Maurice Alexander, db, Utah State.

111. Cincinnati (from Detroit through Seattle), Russell Bodine, c, North Carolina.

112. Tennessee, DaQuan Jones, dt, Penn State.

113. New York Giants, Andre Williams, rb, Boston College.

114. Jacksonville (from Baltimore), Aaron Colvin, db, Oklahoma.

115. New York Jets, Shaquelle Evans, wr, UCLA.

116. Oakland (from Miami), Keith McGill, db, Utah.

117. Chicago, Ka’Deem Carey, rb, Arizona.

118. Pittsburgh, Martavis Bryant, wr, Clemson.

119. Dallas, Antony Hitchens, lb, Iowa.

120. Arizona, Logan Thomas, qb, Virginia Tech.

121. Green Bay, Carl Bradford, lb, Arizona State.

122. Tennessee (from Philadelphia), Marqueston Huff, db, Wyoming.

123. Seattle (from Cincinnati), Kevin Norwood, wr, Alabama.

124. Kansas City, De’Anthony Thomas, rb, Oregon.

125. Miami (from San Diego), Walt Aikens, db, Liberty.

126. New Orleans, Khairi Fortt, lb, California.

127. Cleveland (from Indianapolis), Pierre Desir, db, Lindenwood.

128. Carolina, Tre Boston, db, North Carolina.

129. San Francisco, Dontae Johnson, db, N.C. State.

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