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2014 NFL Draft: Mountain West had 16 players drafted

The Mountain West had a very good haul of 16 players drafted, plus many more signed as undrafted free agents.

Troy Babbitt-USA TODAY Sports

The Mountain West had 16 players drafted in this past weekends NFL Draft, and here is your guide to who went where. Also, make sure to read this list of the Mountain West players who were signed as undrafted free agents. The 16 picks ties a league record.

Here is the breakdown per day and overall from each conference, and you can see the Mountain West did well overall.

First round picks First-third Picks All rounds Picks
SEC 11 SEC 23 SEC 49
ACC 5 Big Ten 16 ACC 42
American 4 ACC 15 Pac-12 34
Big Ten 4 Pac-12 14 Big Ten 30
Pac-12 3 Independents 6 Big 12 17
Big 12 2 Mountain West 6 Mountain West 16
MAC 2 American 5 American 12
Independents 1 Big 12 5 Conference USA 9

MAC 3 Independents 9

Conference USA 2 MAC 8

CAA 1 Ohio Valley 4

MIAA 1 Sun Belt 4

Missouri Valley 1 Big South 3

Ohio Valley 1 MIAA 3

SoCon 1 Missouri Valley 3

SoCon 3

Big Sky 2


Great Lakes 1

Ivy 1

Northern Sun 1

Pioneer 1



Here are the picks in order and links take you to highlights and scouting reports.

No. 34 DE Demarcus Lawrence, Boise State, Dallas Cowboys
No. 35 OT Joel Bitonio, Nevada, Cleveland Browns
No. 36 QB Derek Carr, Fresno State, Oakland Raiders
No. 43 C Weston Richburg, Colorado State, New York Giants
No. 53 WR Davante Adams, Fresno State, Green Bay Packers
No. 99 TE Crockett Gilmore, Colorado State, Baltimore Ravens
No. 110 SS Mo Alexander, Utah State, St. Louis Rams
No. 122 FS Marqueston Huff, Wyoming, Tennessee Titans
No. 133 CB Nevin Lawson, Utah State, Detroit Lions
No. 148 CB Bene Benwikere, San Jose State, Carolina Panthers
No. 152 SS Nat Berhe, San Diego State, New York Giants
No. 183 QB David Fales, San Jose State, Chicago Bears
No. 185 WR Robert Herron, Wyoming, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
No. 207 C Mattnew Paradis, Boise State, Denver Broncos
No. 208 FS Eric Pinkins, San Diego State, Seattle Seahawks
No. 246 OT Charles Leno, Boise State, Chicago Bears