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Default Re: Rob Rang/Dane Brugler 2014 draft

Adding Dane Brugler's content here as both are CBSSports...

Dan Brugler's Big Board

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1. Teddy Bridgewater QB, Louisville (6-2, 205, 4.67, JR)
Yes, his slender frame isn't ideal and his deep ball accuracy needs work. But Bridgewater succeeds with his mobility, arm talent and efficient ability above the neck. He is a pro-style passer who is grounded, mature and has shown the ability to easily digest information.

2. Jadeveon Clowney DE, South Carolina (6-5, 274, 4.56, JR)
A freak athlete with a very high NFL ceiling, Clowney has an explosive first step and accelerates quickly up the field to effectively disrupt the offensive gameplan. The effort concerns are real, but the potential and natural talent make the risk worth it.

3. Gregory Robinson OT, Auburn (6-5, 320, 4.98, rSO)
A two-year starter at left tackle, Robinson is an impressive athlete for his large frame with the quickness, agility and overall body control to cover a large area. His pass protection is still developing, but he is a devastating run blocker with a mean punch.

4. Khalil Mack DE/OLB, Buffalo (6-3, 248, 4.64, rSR)
A versatile, relentless pass rusher, Mack was extremely productive in college and holds several career NCAA records, including forced fumbles (16) and tackles for loss (75). He is always around the ball with his combination of speed, power and awareness.

5. Jake Matthews OT, Texas A&M (6-5, 305, 5.06, SR)
Probably the “safest” prospect in this class, Matthews started three seasons at right tackle before moving to the left side in 2013. He is a technically-sound blocker with good quickness and balance to protect the pocket against speed and hold up in space.

6. Anthony Barr OLB, UCLA (6-4, 248, 4.48, 4SR)
A former running back, Barr moved to pass rusher last season and excelled at backer for the Bruins, totaling 41.5 tackles for loss the past two seasons. He needs to refine some technical aspects of his game, but his speed/strength off the edge is exciting.

7. Sammy Watkins WR, Clemson (6-1, 205, 4.47, JR)
Watkins set several Clemson and ACC records over the past three years and is an exciting player to watch when he has the ball. He needs some polish in a few areas, but he has above average vision and acceleration and projects as a borderline WR1/WR2 in the NFL.

8. Eric Ebron TE, North Carolina (6-4, 245, 4.67, JR)
A wide receiver in a tight end's body, Ebron is a freakish athlete with the ability to make highlight-reel catches look easy. He is a work-in-progress as a blocker and will drop some easy ones, but his fluid athleticism and playmaking ability at the position are near elite.

9. Blake Bortles QB, UCF (6-3, 230, 4.78, rJR)
From both a physical and mental standpoint, Bortles is the most intriguing quarterback in this draft class. He needs some time to refine his talent and continue to develop, but he has a full toolbox and flashes plays reminiscent of Andrew Luck as a prospect.

10. Mike Evans WR, Texas A&M (6-5, 225, 4.58, rSO)
A physical, imposing target, Evans was Johnny Football's No. 1 target and safety valve in College Station the past two seasons. He isn't the fastest or most fluid athlete, but he boxes out defenders and has a large catching radius to dominate at the catch point.

11. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix FS, Alabama (6-1, 208, 4.54, JR)
12. Taylor Lewan OT, Michigan (6-7, 315, 5.09, rSR)
13. Louis Nix DT, Notre Dame (6-2, 345, 5.17, rJR)
14. Calvin Pryor FS, Louisville (6-2, 208, 4.57, JR)
15. CJ Mosley OLB/ILB, Alabama (6-2, 232, 4.65, SR)
16. Marcus Roberson CB, Florida (6-0, 195, 4.52, JR)
17. Zack Martin OG, Notre Dame (6-4, 305, 5.22, rSR)
18. Justin Gilbert CB, Oklahoma State (6-0, 200, 4.52, SR)
19. Jace Amaro TE, Texas Tech (6-5, 260, 4.67, JR)
20. Darqueze Dennard CB, Michigan State (5-11, 197, 4.52, SR)
21. Carl Bradford OLB, Arizona State (6-1, 243, 4.73, rJR)
22. Kony Ealy DE, Missouri (6-5, 275, 4.77, rJR)
23. Aaron Donald DT, Pittsburgh (6-1, 288, 4.93, SR)
24. Ryan Shazier OLB, Ohio State (6-2, 230, 4.58, JR)
25. Derek Carr QB, Fresno State (6-2, 215, 4.78, rSR)
26. Allen Robinson WR, Penn State (6-3, 210, 4.54, JR)
27. Scott Crichton DE, Oregon State (6-3, 265, 4.73, rJR)
28. Cyrus Kouandijio OT, Alabama (6-5, 310, 5.12, JR)
29. Jason Verrett CB, TCU (5-10, 176, 4.49, SR)
30. Brandin Cooks WR, Oregon State (5-10, 186, 4.49, JR)
31. Kyle Van Noy OLB, BYU (6-3, 244, 4.68, SR)
32. Troy Niklas TE, Notre Dame (6-6, 270, 4.84, JR)
33. Dee Ford DE/OLB, Auburn (6-2, 243, 4.72, SR)
34. Xavier Su'a-Filo OG, UCLA (6-3, 305, 5.18, JR)
35. LaMarcus Joyner FS, Florida State (5-8, 190, 4.52, SR)
36. Antonio Richardson OT, Tennessee (6-6, 327, 5.16, JR)
37. Dominique Easley DT, Florida (6-2, 285, 4.93, SR)
38. Johnny Manziel QB, Texas A&M (6-0, 210, 4.45, rSO)
39. Marqise Lee WR, USC (6-0, 195, 4.49, JR)
40. Kyle Fuller CB, Virginia Tech (6-0, 194, 4.45, SR)
41. Jarvis Landry WR, LSU (5-11, 193, 4.49, JR)
42. Odell Beckham WR, LSU (6-0, 195, 4.49, JR)
43. David Yankey OG, Stanford (6-5, 314, 5.08, rJR)
44. Ra'Shede Hageman DT, Minnesota (6-6, 318, 4.89, rSR)
45. Jimmie Ward SS, Northern Illinois (5-11, 191, 4.59, SR)
46. Billy Turner OG, North Dakota State (6-5, 316, 5.28, rSR)
47. Timmy Jernigan DT, Florida State (6-2, 298, 4.98, JR)
48. Kelvin Benjamin WR, Florida State (6-5, 235, 4.54, rSO)
49. Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE, Washington (6-6, 276, 4.75, JR)
50. Bradley Roby CB, Ohio State (5-11, 192, 4.39, rJR)
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