NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah released his first 2014 mock draft of the offseason on Wednesday and it's a little bit different from a few of the other high profile ones that are currently floating around right now.
Jeremiah, a former scout for the Philadelphia Eagles, Cleveland Browns, and Baltimore Ravens, has the three quarterbacks and two wide receivers coming off of the board in the top ten selections and he has the Pittsburgh Steelers drafting Florida State wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin with the 15th overall selection. If you missed my film breakdown of Benjamin, you can read it right here.
Interesting enough, Jeremiah has six tackles being drafted in the first round and seven wide receivers. He also has three cornerbacks going outside of the top ten with Justin Gilbert from Oklahoma State rated above Michigan State's Darqueze Dennard.
Jeremiah releases several of these mock drafts throughout the offseason, but his first one is sure to create some healthy discussion.
So let's hear it. Who's too high and who's too low? Also, which players did he leave out that deserve first round consideration?