2014 NFL Mock Draft - Pac-12 Perspective Combine Reactions: Xavier Su'a-Filo moves into the first round

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Anthony Barr and Marqise didn't hurt their stock, but didn't help it that much either at the combine and Xavier Su'a-Filo earned himself some serious money.

1. Houston - Blake Bortles QB UCF *Jr.

2. St. Louis - Greg Robinson T Auburn *So.

3. Jacksonville - Jadeveon Clowney DE South Carolina *Jr.

4. Cleveland - Johnny Manziel QB Texas A&M *So.

5. Oakland - Sammy Watkins WR Clemson *Jr.

6. Atlanta - Jake Matthews T Texas A&M

7. Tampa Bay - Khalil Mack LB Buffalo

8. Minnesota - Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville *Jr.

9. Buffalo - Taylor Lewan T Michigan

10. Detroit - Darqueze Dennard CB Michigan State

11. Tennessee - Anthony Barr LB UCLA

Barr's stock has appeared to slide further and further down since the season ended and while he was solid at the combine, he didn't blow anyone away, so he is probably stuck behind Mack as the second-best outside linebacker, pass rushing specialist. I still think Barr will end up being one of the best players in this draft, but I think he will fall either at number eight to Minnesota, or here if a quarterback that isn't a reach is still available to them.

The Titans could really use a tackle, but all of the ones who would be worth taking here are off the board, so Barr would be a great option to add an elite pass-rusher to their defense.

12. NYGiants - Timmy Jernigan DT Florida State *Jr.

13. St. Louis - Mike Evans WR Texas A&M *So.

14. Chicago - Hasean Clinton-Dix S Alabama *Jr.

15. Pittsburgh - Louis Nix DT Notre Dame *Jr.

16. Dallas - Aaron Donald DT Pitt

17. Baltimore - Marqise Lee WR USC *Jr.

For a moment, Lee was trending above Evans, but with both of them running similar forties and Evans being much, much larger, I think he will go ahead of Lee. Like Barr, I think Lee has slipped for not that great of reasons and could end up being the best receiver in the draft when it is all said and done with his pure skills and proven production.

The Ravens have needed a star receiver for a while now and Lee's ability to beat defenses deep would instantly improve their passing game.

18. NYJets - Eric Ebron TE North Carolina *Jr.

19. Miami - Zach Martin T Notre Dame

20. Arizona - Ra'shede Hageman DT Minnesota

21. Green Bay - Stephon Tuitt DT Notre Dame *Jr.

22. Philadelphia - Calvin Pryor S Louisville *Jr.

23. Kansas City - Kelvin Benjamin WR Florida State *So.

24. Cincinnati - Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma State

25. San Diego - Marcus Roberson CB Florida *Jr.

26. Cleveland - C.J. Mosley LB Alabama

27. New Orleans - Kony Ealy DE Missouri *Jr.

28. Carolina - Jason Verrett CB TCU

29. New England - Jace Amaro TE Texas Tech *Jr.

30. San Francisco - Bradley Roby CB Ohio State *Jr.

31. Denver - Dee Ford DE Auburn

32. Seattle - Xavier Su'a-Filo G UCLA *Jr.

Su'a-Filo is emerging as the top guard in the draft as he has the complete package of elite size and athleticism along with production as a two-time All-Pac-12 at UCLA. He's big enough to hold his ground against NFL defenders in pass-rush situations and has the speed to be devastating in run blocking at the next level.

The Seahawks' one true weakness if their ability to pass protect against elite pass-rushing defenses, especially at guard, so I expect them to take one in the draft and Su'a-Filo would be the best available here.

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