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Default Re: Rob Rang 2014 draft

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1. DE Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina (6-5, 266, 4.53)
2. OT Greg Robinson, Auburn (6-5, 332, 4.92)
3. OLB Khalil Mack, Buffalo (6-3, 251, 4.65)
4. OT Jake Matthews, Texas A&M (6-5, 308, 5.07)
5. WR Sammy Watkins, Clemson (6-1, 211, 4.43)
6. QB Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville (6-2, 214, 4.67)
7. OLB Anthony Barr, UCLA (6-5, 255, 4.66)
8. QB Blake Bortles, Central Florida* (6-5, 232, 4.93)

9. CB Darqueze Dennard, Michigan State (5-11, 199, 4.52)
10. CB Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma State (6-0, 202, 4.37)
11. OLB C.J. Mosley, Alabama (6-2, 234, 4.65)
12. WR Mike Evans, Texas A&M (6-5, 231, 4.53)
13. OL Zack Martin, Notre Dame (6-4, 308, 5.22)
14. DT Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh (6-1, 285, 4.68)
15. OLB Ryan Shazier, Ohio State (6-1, 237, 4.58)
16. OT Taylor Lewan, Michigan (6-7, 309, 4.87)

17. QB Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M (6-0, 207, 4.68)
18. FS Calvin Pryor, Louisville (5-11, 207, 4.58)
19. DT Louis Nix, Notre Dame (6-2, 331, 5.42)
20. TE Eric Ebron, North Carolina (6-4, 250, 4.60)
21. DE Kony Ealy, Missouri (6-4, 273, 4.92)
22. WR Brandin Cooks, Oregon State (5-10, 189, 4.33)
23. FS Hasean Clinton-Dix, Alabama* (6-1, 208, 4.58)
24. WR Odell Beckham Jr., LSU (5-11, 198, 4.43)
25. DE/OLB Demarcus Lawrence, Boise State (6-3, 251, 4.80) A gifted pass rusher with enough athleticism to occasionally slip inside or drop back into coverage, Lawrence is eerily reminiscent of Bruce Irvin, the Seattle Seahawks "surprise" first round pick in the 2012 draft. His length and varied pass rush skills are enough to intrigue 4-3 and 3-4 teams, alike.

26. DT Timmy Jernigan, Florida State (6-2, 299, 5.06)
27. WR Marqise Lee, Southern Cal (6-0, 192, 4.52)
28. CB Jason Verrett, TCU (5-09, 189, 4.38)
29. DE/OLB Dee Ford, Auburn (6-2, 252, 4.67)
30. QB Derek Carr, Fresno State (6-2, 214, 4.69)
31. OG Xavier Su'a-Filo, UCLA (6-4, 307, 5.04)
32. OLB Kyle Van Noy, BYU (6-3, 243, 4.71)

33. DE Scott Crichton, Oregon State (6-3, 274, 4.84)*: Blue-collar pass rusher who combines initial burst off the snap, heavy hands and a high-revving motor to generate consistent pressure. Fits best as a 4-3 defensive end due to some lower body stiffness.

34. CB Bradley Roby, Ohio State (5-11, 194, 4.39)*: Boasts all of the athletic traits scouts are looking for including size, speed, fluidity and physicality. Struggled with consistency in 2013, perhaps in part due to the fact that he was often asked to play off, negating his athleticism and aggression.

35. OT Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama (6-5, 322, 5.59)*: Scared off some with a poor showing in drills and in medical exams conducted at the combine, but boasts great length as well as agility, balance and toughness.

36. FS Jimmie Ward, Northern Illinois (5-11, 193, 4.59): Starred at cornerback and safety in the MAC and proved just as athletic and instinctive while splitting time at the two positions in Senior Bowl practices. Given the NFL's increasing focus on the pass, it isn't out of the question that Ward sneaks into the first round, despite less-than-ideal size.

37. OT Morgan Moses, Virginia (6-6, 314, 5.35): Played well at right tackle early in his career but enjoyed his best season after making the switch to the left side as a senior. Helped his cause with a stellar performance in Mobile, showing balance, long arms (35 5/8) and strong hands to latch onto opponents.

38. WR Donte Moncrief, Mississippi (6-2, 221, 4.40)*: Stood out against SEC competition throughout his career and wowed at the Combine with his raw athleticism. Has the upside to warrant a first-round gamble but remains a better athlete than football player to this point and may require some patience.

39. DL Stephon Tuitt, Notre Dame (6-5, 304, 4.92)*: There is no questioning Tuitt's talent. He's shown a combination of size, strength and athleticism to earn comparisons to Richard Seymour from some scouts. However, there are plenty of red flags with the talented defender, not the least of which was his decision to turn pro a year early despite a disappointing junior campaign that began with him clearly playing his way into shape.

40. WR Allen Robinson, Penn State (6-2, 220, 4.60)*: Boasting size, acceleration and leaping ability, Robinson looks like a classic WCO split end -- precisely what Houston Texans' head coach Bill O'Brien used him as with the Nittany Lions.

41. OL Joel Bitonio, Nevada (6-4, 302, 4.97): Dominated at left tackle the past three seasons and made a seamless transition inside to guard at the Senior Bowl, impressing with his physicality and underrated athleticism. Seen by some as a poor man's Zack Martin and may join him as a first-round pick.

42. CB Kyle Fuller, Virginia Tech (6-0, 190, 4.49): Quick, instinctive and physical, Fuller may be the best zone corner in the draft. Concerns about his relatively slim build, however, could push him outside of the draft's top 32.

43. OG Gabe Jackson, Mississippi State (6-3, 336, 5.51): Like 2013 first-round pick Chance Warmack, Jackson is a mauler in the running game with surprising balance and lateral agility to mirror in pass protection.

44. WR Davante Adams, Fresno State (6-1, 212, 4.56)*: Dominated in 2013, leading the country with a staggering 24 touchdowns receptions, Adams is a broad-shouldered, physical receiver who consistently beats corners in jump-ball situations because of his size, body control and leaping ability.

45. QB Jimmy Garoppolo, Eastern Illinois (6-2, 226, 4.97): Proved a man among boys at the FCS level and stunned observers by performing just as well at the East-West Shrine Game, Senior Bowl and combine. Makes quick decisions and has a snappy release, making him a nice fit in a rhythm-based offense.

46. OT Ja'Wuan James, Tennessee (6-6, 311, 5.34): The best offensive lineman no one seems to be talking about; four-year starter with the length, power and agility to plug and play immediately.

47. DT Ra'Shede Hageman, Minnesota (6-6, 310, 5.02): A true gamble on greatness, Hageman (pronounced Hayg-men) is an athletic freak capable of dominating the line of scrimmage but too often disappears. Undeniable upside and scheme versatility could earn him a spot in the first round, but that's too rich for me.

48. WR Cody Latimer, Indiana (6-3, 215, 4.45)*: Intriguing developmental prospect whose experience on the basketball court shows with his fluidity, balance and soft hands. Plays with the grit to endear him to coaches, blocking well for teammates and showing rare strength at the combine (WR-leading 23 reps in the bench press).

49. TE Troy Niklas, Notre Dame (6-6, 270, 4.84)*: A throwback tight end at his best paving lanes in the running game and serving as a security blanket rather than as a seam threat. Given a second-round grade from the Advisory Committee and may prove a better player in the pros than in college.

50. DE Marcus Smith, Louisville (6-3, 251, 4.68)* : Athletic, instinctive and aggressive edge rusher whose initially signed with the Cardinals as a quarterback. Impressive fluidity to attack off the edge or drop back and is well respected for his passion and work ethic.

51. DT Will Sutton, Arizona State (6-1, 303, 5.36)
52. OC Weston Richburg, Colorado State (6-3, 298, 5.10)
53. CB Marcus Roberson, Florida (6-0, 191, 4.61)*
54. RB Bishop Sankey, Washington (5-10, 209, 4.49)*
55. RB Tre Mason, Auburn (5-09, 207, 5-07, 207, 4.50)*
56. DE Kareem Martin, North Carolina (6-6, 272, 4.72)
57. TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington (6-6, 272, 4.75)*
58. DT DaQuan Jones, Penn State (6-4, 322, 5.35)
59. SS Deone Bucannon, Washington State (6-1, 211, 4.49)
60. TE Jace Amaro, Texas Tech (6-5, 265, 4.74)*

61. OC Marcus Martin, Southern Cal (6-3, 320, 5.28)*
62. WR Bruce Ellington, South Carolina (5-09, 197, 4.45)*
63. ILB Carl Bradford, Arizona State (6-1, 250, 4.76)*
64. OLB Jeremiah Attaochu, Georgia Tech (6-3, 252, 4.68)
65. CB Jaylen Watkins, Florida (6-0, 194, 4.41)
66. FS Terrence Brooks, Florida State (5-11, 198, 4.42)
67. RB Carlos Hyde, Ohio State (6-0, 230, 4.66)
68. DT Ego Ferguson, LSU (6-3, 315, 6-3, 315, 4.98)*
69. DT Dominique Easley, Florida (6-2, 288, 4.93)
70. DT Kelcy Quarles, South Carolina (6-4, 297, 5.03)*

71. CB Phillip Gaines, Rice (6-0, 193, 4.38)
72. WR Jarvis Landry, LSU (5-11, 205, 4.77)
73. WR Kelvin Benjamin, Florida State (6-5, 240, 4.61)*
74. RB Jeremy Hill, LSU (6-1, 233, 4.66)*
75. QB Aaron Murray, Georgia (6-1, 207, 4.84)
76. OT Billy Turner, North Dakota State (6-5, 315, 5.16)
77. WR Martavis Bryant, Clemson (6-4, 211, 4.42)*
78. CB/FS Lamarcus Joyner, Florida State (5-08, 184, 4.55)
79. OG David Yankey, Stanford (6-6, 315, 5.48)*
80. OG Dakota Dozier, Furman (6-4, 313, 5.42)

81. DE/OLB Trent Murphy, Stanford (6-5, 250, 4.86)
82. OLB Trevor Reilly, Utah (6-5, 245, 4.70)
83. DE Will Clarke, West Virginia (6-6, 271, 4.77)
84. WR Paul Richardson, Colorado (6-0, 175)*
85. OT Antonio Richardson, Tennessee (6-6, 336, 5.30)*
86. ILB Chris Borland, Wisconsin (6-0, 248, 4.83)
87. QB Zach Mettenberger, LSU (6-5, 224, 5.0)
88. OLB Telvin Smith, Florida State (6-3, 218, 4.52)
89. TE C.J. Fiedorowicz, 6-6, 265, 4.76)
90. RB Ka'Deem Carey, Arizona (5-09, 207, 4.70)*

91. OT Jack Mewhort, Ohio State (6-6, 309, 5.37)
92. CB Pierre Desir, Lindenwood (6-1, 198, 4.59)
93. WR Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt (6-3, 212, 4.46)
94. CB Bashaud Breeland, Clemson (5-11, 197, 4.62)*
95. QB A.J. McCarron, Alabama (6-3, 220, 4.94)
96. RB Terrance West, Towson (5-09, 225, 4.54)*
97. QB Tom Savage, Pittsburgh (6-4, 228, 4.97)
98. RB Andre Williams, Boston College (5-11, 230, 4.56)
99. ILB Shayne Skov, Stanford (6-2, 245, 4.85)
100. CB Rashaad Reynolds, Oregon State (5-10, 189, 4.51)
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