Sep 28, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Virginia Cavaliers offensive tackle Morgan Moses (78) during the second quarter against the Pittsburgh Panthers at Heinz Field. Pittsburgh defeated Virginia 14-3. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

2014 AA Writers Mock Draft: Pick No. 32

With the 32nd, and final pick in the 2014 AA Writers’ Mock Draft, the Seattle Seahawks select…

32. Seattle Seahawks
Morgan Moses
OT, Virginia

Like most other NFL teams, the Seahawks need help along the offensive line and Morgan Moses should take no time at all to help with that. In 2013, Moses started every game and only gave up two sacks in more than 500 passing attempts by his QB. Moses is big (6-foot-6, 325) and strong, plus nfldraftscout.com cites his quickness off the ball, fluidity and straight line speed.  Moses has too much upside to pass here and ESPN (Mel Kiper) has him ranked as the 23rd best prospect overall in this year’s draft. Moses has also looked terrific during Senior Bowl week.

Previous Picks:

1. Houston Texans
Johnny Manziel
QB, Texas A&M University
Selected by Jason Seibel – Assistant Editor

2. St. Louis Rams (from Washington)
Sammy Watkins
WR, Clemson
Selected by Stacy D. Smith – Featured Columnist

3. Jacksonville Jaguars
Teddy Bridgewater
QB, Louisville
Selected by Lyle Graversen – Featured Columnist

4. Cleveland Browns
Blake Bortles
QB, UCF
Selected by Nicholas Clayton – Featured Columnist

5. Oakland Raiders
Anthony Barr
OLB, UCLA
Selected by Jeffery Grasser – Staff Writer

6. Atlanta Falcons
Jadeveon Clowney
DE, South Carolina
Selected by Nick Floyd – Staff Writer

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Jake Matthews
OT, Texas A & M University
Selected by Damian Nelson – Senior Contributor

8. Minnesota Vikings
Derek Carr
QB, Fresno State
Selected by Ladner Morse – Featured Columnist

9. Buffalo Bills
Greg Robinson
Offensive Tackle, Auburn
Selected by Jason Seibel – Assistant Editor

10. Detroit Lions
Darqueze Dennard
CB, Michigan State
Selected by Stacy D. Smith – Featured Columnist

11. Tennessee Titans
Khalil Mack
LB, Buffalo State
Selected by Lyle Graversen – Featured Columnist

12. New York Giants
Justin Gilbert
CB, Oklahoma State
Selected by Nicholas Clayton – Featured Columnist

13. St. Louis Rams
Ha’Sean Clinton-Dix
Safety, Alabama
Selected by Jeff Grasser – Staff Writer

14. Chicago Bears
Louis Nix
DT, Notre Dame
Selected by Nick Floyd – Staff Writer

15. Pittsburgh Steelers
C.J. Mosley
ILB, Alabama
Selected by Damian Nelson – Senior Contributor

16. Dallas Cowboys
Kony Ealy
DE, Missouri
Selected by Ladner Morse – Featured Columnist

17. Baltimore Ravens
Marqise Lee
WR, USC
Selected by Jason Seibel – Assistant Editor

18. New York Jets
Mike Evans
WR, Texas A&M University
Selected by Stacy D. Smith – Featured Columnist

19. Miami Dolphins
Taylor Lewan
OT, Michigan
Selected by Lyle Graversen – Featured Columnist

20. Arizona Cardinals
Cyrus Kouandjio
OT, Alabama
Selected by Nicholas Clayton – Featured Columnist

21. Green Bay Packers
Trent Murphy
DE, Stanford
Selected by Jeff Grasser – Staff Writer

22. Philadelphia Eagles
Ryan Shazier
OLB, Ohio State
Selected by Nick Floyd – Staff Writer

23. Kansas City Chiefs
Eric Ebron
TE, North Carolina
Selected by Damian Nelson – Senior Contributor

24. Cincinnati Bengals
Jason Verrett
CB, TCU
Selected by Ladner Morse – Featured Columnist

25. San Diego Chargers
David Yankey
OG, Stanford
Selected by Jason Seibel – Assistant Editor

26. Cleveland Browns (from Indianapolis)
Zack Martin
OG, Notre Dame
Selected by Stacy D. Smith – Featured Columnist

27. New Orleans Saints
Calvin Pryor
Safety, Louisville
Selected by Lyle Graversen – Featured Columnist

28. Carolina Panthers
Kelvin Benjamin
WR, FSU
Selected by Nicholas Clayton – Featured Columnist

29. New England Patriots
Jace Amaro
TE, Texas Tech
Selected by Jeff Grasser – Staff Writer

30. San Francisco 49ers
Bradley Roby
CB, Ohio State
Selected by Nick Floyd – Staff Writer

31. Denver Broncos
Timmy Jernigan
DT, Florida State
Selected by Damian Nelson – Senior Contributor

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