2014 NFL Mock Draft: Three Rounds and Eagles Notes

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Aug 31, 2013; Auburn, AL, USA; Auburn Tigers running back Tre Mason (21) is tackled by Washington State Cougars safety Deone Bucannon (20) at Jordan Hare Stadium. The Tigers defeated the Cougars 31-24. Mandatory Credit: Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports

Round Two, Picks 17-32

17. New York Jets
Adrian Hubbard
Outside Linebacker, Alabama

18. Miami Dolphins
Shayne Skov
Inside Linebacker, Stanford

19. Chicago Bears
Stanley Jean-Baptiste
Cornerback, Nebraska

20. Arizona Cardinals
Troy Niklas
Tight End, Notre Dame

21. Green Bay Packers
Jeremiah Attaochu
Outside Linebacker, Georgia Tech

22. Philadelphia Eagles
Deone Bucannon
Safety, Washington State

The Eagles have selected four safeties in the second round since Jeffrey Lurie became the owner of the team in 1994. The team is currently batting at approximately a .500 success rate at the position, after the disappointment of Jaiquawn Jarrett (2011), the overall “meh” of Nate Allen (2010), the “getting warmer” of Michael Lewis (2002), and the irreplaceable Brian Dawkins (1996). Bucannon can hit, he can cover, and most importantly he brings the physicality and athleticism needed to remove Patrick Chung from the depths of your worst memories from the 2013 season. He just won’t be able to do it in his college jersey number.

23. San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City)
DaQuan Jones
Defensive Tackle, Penn State

24. Cincinnati Bengals
Zack Martin
Offensive Tackle, Notre Dame

25. San Diego Chargers
Dion Bailey
Safety, Southern California

26. Indianapolis Colts
Paul Richardson
Wide Receiver, Colorado

27. New Orleans Saints
Travis Swanson
Center/Offensive Guard, Arkansas

28. Carolina Panthers
Kyle Fuller
Cornerback, Virginia Tech

29. New England Patriots
Jack Mewhort
Offensive Tackle, Ohio State

30. San Francisco 49ers
Ahmad Dixon
Safety, Baylor

31. Denver Broncos
Bishop Sankey
Running Back, Washington

32. Seattle Seahawks
Will Sutton
Defensive Tackle, Arizona State