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Old 01-16-2014   #1
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1 QB Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville
2 DE Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina Tech
3 WR Sammy Watkins, Clemson
4 OT Greg Robinson, Auburn
5 OT Jake Matthews, Texas A&M
6 QB Blake Bortles, UCF
7 OLB Khalil Mack, Buffalo
8 DE Kony Ealy, Missouri
9 OLB Anthony Barr, UCLA
10 CB Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma St.
11 QB Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M
12 ILB C.J. Mosley, Alabama
13 OT Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama
14 QB Derek Carr, Fresno State
15 CB Darqueze Dennard, Michigan St.
16 TE Eric Ebron, North Carolina
17 OLB Ryan Shazier, Ohio State
18 DT Timmy Jernigan, FSU
19 FS Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Alabama
20 WR Mike Evans, Texas A&M
21 CB Jason Verrett, TCU
22 WR Odell Beckham, LSU
23 FS Calvin Pryor, Louisville
24 DT Louis Nix, Notre Dame
25 WR Marqise Lee, USC
26 OT Taylor Lewan, Michigan
27 TE Jace Amaro, Texas
28 WR Allen Robinson, Penn State
29 DE Trent Murphy, Stanford
30 OG David Yankey, Stanford
31 WR Brandin Cooks, Oregon St.
32 RB Carlos Hyde, Ohio State
33 DE Stephon Tuitt, Notre Dame
34 OT Zack Martin, Notre Dame
35 DT Ra'Shede Hageman, Minn.
36 DT Aaron Donald, Pitt
37 DE Scott Crichton, Oregon St.
38 C Travis Swanson, Arkansas
39 OG Cyril Richardson, Baylor
40 RB Tre Mason, Auburn
41 DT Will Sutton, Arizona St.
42 WR Jarvis Landry, LSU
43 QB Tajh Boyd, Clemson
44 OLB Kyle Van Noy, BYU
45 WR Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt
46 OT Antonio Richardson, Tenn.
47 DE Trevor Reilly, Utah
48 SS Deone Bucannon, Washington St.
49 OG Xavier Su'a-Filo, UCLA
50 CB Bradley Roby, Ohio State
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As of now, I'd say RB, WR, CB. RT @RedWhite4life: what positions are the deepest?

Deepest draft class I can remember covering. RT @ChoppedJustice: how talented is this draft class compared to recent classes?
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Deepest draft class I can remember covering. RT @ChoppedJustice: how talented is this draft class compared to recent classes?
Well with near 100 underclassman declaring, this should be a good draft. That's a crazy number, and I have no idea why the hell it went up so much this year.
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Well with near 100 underclassman declaring, this should be a good draft. That's a crazy number, and I have no idea why the hell it went up so much this year.
Who cares just glad it's this year.
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The WR group is insanely talented this year. The Texans would be remiss not to take a swing or two at WR's in the mid-rounds.
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2014 NFL Draft: Highlighting the Top 10 Defensive Ends

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1. Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina
2. Kony Ealy, Missouri
3. Trent Murphy, Stanford
4. Stephon Tuitt, Notre Dame
5. Scott Crichton, Oregon State
6. Marcus Smith, Louisville
7. Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas
8. Chris Smith, Arkansas
9. Trevor Reilly, Utah
10. DeMarcus Lawrence, Boise State
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2014 NFL Draft: Matt Miller's Scouting Notebook 1/30
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5. OT Zack Martin, Notre Dame

Heading into the 2013 college football season, I had Zack Martin pegged as a future guard in the NFL. With his shorter height (listed at 6'4"), Martin didn't seem to have the ideal metrics of a left tackle prospect. That changed after watching him handle speed and power throughout the year and again at the Senior Bowl.

Martin helped himself quite a bit thanks to his 34 3/8" long arms, too. That's a comparable measurement to the almost 6'7" Seantrel Henderson. And in the NFL, it's still all about height, weight and speed when evaluating prospects. Martin's long arms made him money in Mobile. Current Ranking: No. 23 overall

4. OT Morgan Moses, Virginia

Another offensive tackle moving himself up the board is Virginia's Morgan Moses. As one league source told me, "I can't coach 6'6" and 325. I can coach blocking." Moses is loved by NFL scouts thanks to his mammoth size and crazy reach. But how does he play?

The Senior Bowl week didn't show Moses dominating every drill, but what was most encouraging was his development and progression throughout the week. He showed he was coachable. And if a team can refine his footwork, his natural strength and athleticism will make him a premier left tackle at the next level. Current Ranking: No. 34 overall

3. OLB Telvin Smith, FSU

The biggest concern with Telvin Smith as a prospect is his size. At almost 6'3", he weighs just 217 pounds. That's a strong safety, not an outside linebacker. And yet, turn on the film and Smith is a nightmare for offenses to contend with.

What I saw in Mobile was a player who used his speed and length to get through blockers and traffic. Coming home from the Senior Bowl, I wanted to see if he did the same throughout the season and what gave him fits as a run defender. Smith's film looked just like his Senior Bowl play, and that's why he's moving up the board. Current Ranking: No. 61 overall

2. CB Pierre Desir, Lindenwood

The current NFL trend is to find a long, tall cornerback and play him up on the line of scrimmage in press coverage. The Seattle Seahawks do this better than anyone, and their success will lead to many copycats trying to do the same. Finding the players to run that scheme, though, isn't easy.

Teams hoping to emulate the Seahawks' secondary will like Pierre Desir. The Lindenwood product doesn't have eye-popping stats, but that's because opposing teams didn't throw the ball his way. That was the case at the Senior Bowl, too, as the quarterbacks ignored him as much as possible in live situations. Desir is moving up more each time I see him play. Current Ranking: No. 65 overall

1. TE Crockett Gillmore, Colorado State

Injuries at tight end during Senior Bowl practices opened a roster spot for Crockett Gillmore, and he hit the ground running. Gillmore's performance in practices and the game were remarkable given his late-arrival in the week. He quickly caught my eye as an athletic performer at the position.

Gillmore wasn't on my radar when the season began, but after viewing several Colorado State games after the Senior Bowl, it's obvious that he will be on every NFL team's radar. Current Ranking: No. 138 overall


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5. OG Cyril Richardson, Baylor

The big Baylor guard looked like a potential first-rounder at times during the season, but during practices at the Senior Bowl, I noticed he was too often caught lunging at defenders when asked to pull or trap. Any lateral movement gave him trouble. Was that showing up in game film?

The Baylor scheme asks for a lot of movement, and Richardson didn't have a consistent habit of back-bending to get to defenders, but it's there on film. With his less-than-ideal agility and flexibility, Richardson has limited himself to being an option for teams running a power- or man-blocking scheme. Current Ranking: No. 62 overall

4. OLB Michael Sam, Missouri

It may seem like Michael Sam is mentioned here a lot, but where do you play him in the NFL? He's built like an outside linebacker, but his lack of fluid movement and agility is a big problem in space. Sam isn't big enough to play every down as a defensive end in the majority of NFL schemes, either.

That's the issue I run into when evaluating his play and setting my player rankings. Where do you play him? Current Ranking: No. 94 overall

3. DT Daniel McCullers, Tennessee

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Going back through my practice notes from the Senior Bowl this week has been interesting. Somehow, I missed last week all the terrible things I had noted about Tennessee's Daniel McCullers.

The big man wasn't expected to be a great athlete, but his stiffness and lack of agility was shocking. And when you're 6'7", you have to be able to play low to the ground; otherwise, offensive linemen will have a field day blocking you. It doesn't matter how big and strong you are if you don't win the leverage game. Current Ranking: No. 112 overall

2. WR Cody Hoffman, BYU

Big wide receivers are en vogue right now, but Cody Hoffman doesn't stand to benefit much from that need. The BYU wide receiver is big, but he doesn't play big. Hoffman makes himself a huge target for cornerbacks playing up on the line of scrimmage, and that's where he struggles most. Without the ability to break off press coverage, Hoffman is opening himself up to kill-shots to the chest from cornerbacks—and that's before he even releases into his route.

Hoffman looks the part, but doesn't play it. Current Ranking: No. 188 overall

1. DT Will Sutton, Arizona State

No player disappointed me more during Senior Bowl week than Will Sutton.

The Arizona State defensive tackle looked like a first-round pick in 2012, but he played at a much heavier weight in 2013 and it showed. Sutton ballooned to 310 pounds, and his play suffered. The quickness he lived off of in previous seasons was gone, and in it's place wasn't great strength but a heavy-footed approach.

That showed up all week in Mobile, and even with his quarterback sack in the actual game, Sutton's stock still plummeted. Current Ranking: No. 66 overall
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The Scout’s Report

— I spoke to former Oregon tight end Colt Lyerla this week. He's training at Athletes' Performance in Phoenix and has received an invite to the NFL combine.

— What player did the Jacksonville Jaguars fall in love with at the Senior Bowl? Quarterback Derek Carr from Fresno State led the South team all week with the Jaguars' coaches running practices.

— Rumor has it that UCLA's Anthony Barr is up to 260 pounds after playing at 245 pounds in his final year as a Bruin. Barr should be expected to run in the high-4.4 or low-4.5 range at the combine. I'm told he will run his 40-yard dash there.

— Keep an eye on Virginia's Morgan Moses. One team scout told me to expect a run on offensive tackles again this year and that Moses stands to benefit most at the end of the first round.

— While not a first-round pick, Colorado State center Weston Richburg was called the "best in this class" by one college scouting director I spoke to after the Senior Bowl.

Jimmie Ward impressed scouts in attendance for the Senior Bowl, and word from one AFC West team is that he's the "best coverage safety" in this year's group.
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Scout’s Take -- DT Aaron Donald, Pitt

Strengths

Quickness. That's the first thing you notice when viewing Aaron Donald. He's the first man off the line of scrimmage, and that's tough for any offensive lineman to handle. Add in the fact that Donald's shorter frame gives him a natural leverage advantage, and you're talking about a nearly impossible assignment.

The stats don't lie when looking at Donald's film. He's a deadly pass-rusher from the three-technique position and has the speed to give chase once he clears the offensive line. He's strong enough to give a bull rush and drive back any lineman that does manage to wall him off, too.

A complete pass-rusher from the inside, Donald is a Day 1 starter.

Weaknesses

Where is he against the run? That's the biggest issue when watching Donald's games at Pitt. He's dynamic and versatile as a pass rusher, but when teams ran at him, he could get lost in the shuffle. As a young player, he will have to learn to use his quickness to beat blockers but also learn to throttle down and see the run.

Too often he'll imitate Ndamukong Suh and just explode past the ball-carrier or take himself out of his gap assignment and actually create a rushing lane.

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2014 NFL Draft: Highlighting the Top 10 Wide Receivers
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1. Sammy Watkins, Clemson
2. Mike Evans, Texas A&M
3. Odell Beckham Jr., LSU
4. Allen Robinson, Penn State
5. Marqise Lee, USC
6. Brandin Cooks, Oregon State
7. Jarvis Landry, LSU
8. Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt
9. Davante Adams, Fresno State
10. Kelvin Benjamin, Florida State
Really like this list. Cooks and Landry jump off the film for me. Only saw Adams due to watching Carr. He be good, too.
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Really like this list. Cooks and Landry jump off the film for me. Only saw Adams due to watching Carr. He be good, too.
I want cooks for the slot WR.
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Don't think he makes it past the 2nd round. We'll see.
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Don't think he makes it past the 2nd round. We'll see.
I don't either that's why I mocked him in the second. Look how valuable the slot WR has been to Brady's career.
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2014 Quarterback Rankings
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Rank  	Player	School	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	Teddy Bridgewater	Louisville	6'3"	210	1	Jr
2	Blake Bortles	Central Florida  	6'5"	230	8	rJr
3	Johnny Manziel	Texas A&M	6'0"	210	11	rSo
4	Derek Carr	Fresno State	6'3"	215	13	rSr
5	Jimmy Garoppolo	Eastern Illinois 	6'2"	219	56	Sr
6	Zach Mettenberger (INJ)  	LSU	6'5"	235	87	rSr
7	A.J. McCarron	Alabama	6'3"	214	101	rSr
8	Tajh Boyd	Clemson	6'1"	222	104	rSr
9	David Fales	San Jose State   	6'2"	220	146	Sr
10	Aaron Murray (INJ)	Georgia	6'1"	201	150	rSr
11	Brett Smith	Wyoming	6'2"	206	171	Jr
12	Logan Thomas	Virginia Tech	6'5"	255	226	rSr
13	Connor Shaw	South Carolina  	6'0"	209	249 	Sr
14	Stephen Morris	Miami (Fla.)	6'1"	208	257	Sr
15	Jeff Mathews	Cornell	6'4"	225	264 	Sr
16	Keith Wenning	Ball State	6'3"	219	283	Sr
17	Casey Pachall	TCU	6'4"	230	291 	Sr
18	Garrett Gilbert	SMU	6'3"	223	296	rSr
2014 Running Back Rankings
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Rank  	Player	School	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	Carlos Hyde	Ohio State	6'0"	235	37	rSr
2	Tre Mason	Auburn	5'9"	205	47	Jr
3	Ka'Deem Carey	Arizona	5'10"	207	52	Jr
4	Charles Sims	West Virginia	6'0"	214	57	rSr
5	Jeremy Hill	LSU	5'9"	235	68	rSo
6	Bishop Sankey	Washington	5'10"	203	80	rSr
7	Marion Grice	Arizona State	6'0"	207	89	Sr
8	Lache Seastrunk	Baylor	5'9"	210	97	rJr
9	De'Anthony Thomas  	Oregon	5'9"	170	102	Jr
10	Devonta Freeman	Florida State	5'8"	203	105	Jr
11	Terrance West	Towson	5'11"	223	130	Jr
12	Andre Williams	Boston College	6'0"	227	141	Sr
13	James White	Wisconsin	5'9"	206	173	Sr
14	James Wilder	Florida State	6'1"	229	179	rSo
15	Antonio Andrews	Western Kentucky	5'10"	225	194	Sr
16	Rajion Neal	Tennessee	5'11"	211	199	Sr
17	Jerick McKinnon	Georgia Southern	5'9"	209	201	Sr
18	Tyler Gaffney	Stanford	6'0"	226	202	rSr
19	Lorenzo Taliaferro	Coastal Carolina	6'1"	231	219	Sr
20	Storm Johnson	UCF	6'0"	215	239	rJr
21	Kapri Bibbs	Colorado State	5'11"	203	245	rSo
22	Silas Redd	USC	5'9"	200	266	Sr
23	David Fluellen	Toledo	5'11"	226	269	Sr
24	Isaiah Crowell	Alabama State	5'11"	215	274	Jr
2014 Fullback Rankings
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Rank  	Player	School	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	Jay Prosch	Auburn	6'1"	256	136	rSr
2	J.C. Copeland  	LSU	5'11"	285	214	Sr
3	Gator Hoskins	Marshall	6'1"	244	246	rJr
4	Ryan Hewitt	Stanford	6'4"	246	250	rSr
5	Trey Millard	Oklahoma	6'2"	253	260	Sr
6	Chad Abram	Florida State	5'11"	230	298	Sr
7	Chris Coyle	Arizona State  	6'2"	235	299	rSr
2014 Wide Receiver Rankings
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Rank  	Player	School	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	Sammy Watkins	Clemson	6'1"	205	3	Jr
2	Mike Evans	Texas A&M	6'5"	225	12	rSo
3	Odell Beckham Jr.	LSU	5'11"	193	24	Jr
4	Allen Robinson	Penn State	6'3"	210	27	Jr
5	Marqise Lee	USC	6'0"	195	35	Jr
6	Brandin Cooks	Oregon State	5'10"	186	38	Jr
7	Jarvis Landry	LSU	6'0"	195	42	Jr
8	Jordan Matthews	Vanderbilt	6'3"	209	45	Sr
9	Davante Adams	Fresno State	6'2"	216	60	rSo
10	Kelvin Benjamin	Florida State	6'5"	235	64	rSo
11	Paul Richardson	Colorado	6'1"	172	81	rJr
12	Martavis Bryant	Clemson	6'4"	200	91	Jr
13	Robert Herron	Wyoming	5'9"	193	93	Sr
14	Josh Huff	Oregon	5'11"	211	100	Sr
15	Jared Abbrederis	Wisconsin	6'1"	189	107	rSr
16	Mike Davis	Texas	6'0"	193	108	Sr
17	Donte Moncrief	Mississippi	6'2	226	119	Jr
18	Bruce Ellington	South Carolina	5'9"	196	127	rJr
19	Kevin Norwood	Alabama	6'2"	197	143	rSr
20	Ryan Grant	Tulane	6'0"	197	145	rSr
21	Brandon Coleman	Rutgers	6'5"	220	154	rJr
22	TJ Jones	Notre Dame	6'0"	195	156	Sr
23	Devin Street	Pittsburgh	6'3"	195	166	rSr
24	Jalen Saunders	Oklahoma	5'9"	164	177	Sr
25	Jeff Janis	Saginaw Valley State  	6'2"	212	182	Sr
26	Cody Latimer	Indiana	6'2"	215	184	Jr
27	Cody Hoffman	BYU	6'4"	218	188	Sr
28	Michael Campanaro	Wake Forest	5'10"	191	195	rSr
29	L'Damian Washington  	Missouri	6'4"	205	212	rSr
30	Josh Stewart	Oklahoma	5'10"	185	221	Jr
31	Shaquelle Evans	UCLA	6'1"	210	222	rSr
32	Matt Hazel	Coastal Carolina	6'1"	196	248	Sr
33	Tevin Reese	Baylor	5'10"	170	251	rSr
34	Dri Archer	Kent State	5'8"	175	258	rSr
35	Jeremy Gallon	Michigan	5'8"	183	284	rSr
36	Quincy Enunwa	Nebraska	6'2"	227	285	Sr
37	Marcus Lucas	Missouri	6'4"	220	287	Sr
38	Kain Colter	Northwestern	5'11"	199	297	Sr
39	Eric Ward	Texas tech	5'11"	199	300	rSr
2014 Tight End Rankings
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Rank  	Player	School	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	Eric Ebron	North Carolina	6'4"	245	15	Jr
2	Jace Amaro	Texas Tech	6'5"	260	28	Jr
3	Austin Seferian-Jenkins  	Washington	6'6"	276	46	Jr
4	Troy Niklas	Notre Dame	6'6"	270	72	rJr
5	C.J. Fiedorowicz	Iowa	6'6"	262	115	Sr
6	Arthur Lynch	Georgia	6'5"	258	121	rSr
7	Richard Rodgers	California	6'4"	245	217	rSo
8	Crockett Gillmore	Colorado State	6'6"	253	138	Sr
9	Marcel Jensen	Fresno State	6'6"	264	151	Sr
10	Joe Don Duncan	Dixie State	6'3"	267	167	rSr
11	Jordan Najvar	Baylor	6'6"	262	193	rSr
12	Rob Blanchflower	Massachusetts	6'4"	260	210	rSr
13	Jacob Pedersen	Wisconsin	6'3"	242	242	rSr
14	Xavier Grimble	USC	6'3"	250	252	rJr
15	A.C. Leonard	Tennessee State  	6'3"	245	255	Jr
16	Colt Lyerla	Oregon	6'5"	250	275	Jr
17	Michael Flacco	New Haven	6'5"	245	278	rSo
2014 Offensive Tackle Rankings
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Rank  	Player	School	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	Greg Robinson	Auburn	6'5"	320	4	rSo
2	Jake Matthews	Texas A&M	6'5"	305	5	Sr
3	Taylor Lewan	Michigan	6'7"	315	20	rSr
4	Cyrus Kouandjio	Alabama	6'5"	310	21	Jr
5	Zack Martin	Notre Dame	6'4"	305	23	rSr
6	Morgan Moses	Virginia	6'6"	325	34	Sr
7	Jack Mewhort	Ohio State	6'6"	306	49	rSr
8	Antonio "Tiny" Richardson  	Tennessee	6'6"	327	59	Jr
9	Billy Turner	North Dakota State  	6'5"	316	86	Sr
10	Joel Bitonio	Nevada	6'4"	307	111	rSr
11	 JaWuan James	Tennessee	6'6"	315	128	Sr
12	James Hurst	North Carolina	6'6"	305	140	Sr
13	Michael Schofield	Michigan	6'4"	303	159	rSr
14	 Seantrel Henderson  	Miami (FL)	6'7"	331	172	Sr
15	Justin Britt	Missouri	6'6"	315	178	rSr
16	Cameron Fleming	Stanford	6'6"	318	197	rJr
17	Wesley Johnson	Vanderbilt	6'5"	290	208	rSr
18	Donald Hawkins	Texas	6'5"	301	227	Sr
19	Cornelius Lucas	Kansas State	6'8"	329	238	rSr
20	Matt Patchan	Boston College	6'5"	305	244	rSr
21	 Kenarious Gates	Georgia	6'4"	327	272	Sr
22	Charles Leno	Boise State	6'4"	302	281	rSr
23	Matt Hall	Belhaven	6'9"	323	293	Sr
2014 Offensive Guard Rankings
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Rank  	Player	School	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	David Yankey	Stanford	6'5"	314	33	rJr
2	Xavier Su'a-Filo	UCLA	6'3"	305	51	rJr
3	Cyril Richardson	Baylor	6'5"	348	62	rSr
4	Gabe Jackson	Mississippi State	6'4"	339	90	rSr
5	Anthony Steen	Alabama	6'2"	310	114	rSr
6	Brandon Thomas  	Clemson	6'4"	316	123	rSr
7	Dakota Dozier	Furman	6'4"	312	133	rSr
8	Chris Watt	Notre Dame	6'3"	321	168	rSr
9	Jon Halapio	Florida	6'4"	320	170	rSr
10	Brandon Linder	Miami (FL)	6'6"	316	198	Sr
11	Russell Bodine	North Carolina	6'3"	310	220	rJr
12	Kadeem Edwards  	Tennessee State  	6'4"	309	232	Sr
13	John Urschel	Penn State	6'3"	317	236	rSr
14	Ryan Groy	Wisconsin	6'5"	325	254	rSr
15	Spencer Long	Nebraska	6'4"	315	259	rSr
16	Trai Turner	LSU	6'3"	316	290	rSo
2014 Center Rankings
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 Rank	Player	School	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	Travis Swanson	Arkansas	6'5"	310	41	rSr
2	Weston Richburg  	Colorado State	6'4"	300	74	rSr
3	Bryan Stork	Florida State	6'4"	306	129	rSr
4	Tyler Larsen	Utah State	6'4"	317	164	Sr
5	Marcus Martin	USC	6'3"	310	180	Jr
6	Gabe Ikard	Oklahoma	6'3"	302	213	rSr
7	Zac Kerin	Toledo	6'5"	308	268	rSr
8	Corey Linsley	Ohio State	6'3"	298	286	rSr
9	Matt Armstrong	Grand Valley State  	6'3"	296	288	rSr
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2014 Defensive End Rankings
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Rank  	Player	School	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	 Jadeveon Clowney	South Carolina	6'5"	274	2	Jr
2	 Kony Ealy	Missouri	6'5"	275	9	rJr
3	Dee Ford	Auburn	6'2"	243	14	rSr
4	Trent Murphy	Stanford	6'6"	252	36	rSr
5	Scott Crichton	Oregon State	6'3"	265	44	rJr
6	Jackson Jeffcoat	Texas	6'4"	250	48	Sr
7	Chris Smith	Arkansas	6'1"	266	50	Sr
8	Josh Mauro	Stanford	6'6"	276	88	rSr
9	Marcus Smith	Louisville	6'4"	258	92	Sr
10	Michael Sam	Missouri	6'2"	260	94	rSr
11	 Demarcus Lawrence  	Boise State	6'3"	245	99	rJr
12	Kareem Martin	North Carolina	6'6"	272	122	Sr
13	Will Clarke	West Virginia	6'6"	271	148	rSr
14	James Gayle	Virginia Tech	6'4"	255	157	rSr
15	Ed Stinson	Alabama	6'3"	292	158	rSr
16	Aaron Lynch	South Florida	6'5"	244	160	rSo
17	Cassius Marsh	UCLA	6'4"	254	181	Sr
18	Brent Urban	Virginia	6'6"	298	183	Sr
19	Taylor Hart	Oregon	6'6"	287	189	rSr
20	Ben Gardner	Stanford	6'4"	277	190	rSr
21	Ethan Westbrooks	West Texas A&M  	6'4"	264	263	Sr
22	 Jeoffrey Pagan	Alabama	6'3"	290	267	Jr
23	 Chaz Sutton	South Carolina	6'4"	263	270	rSr
24	Larry Webster	Bloomsburg	6'6"	249	279	rSr
2014 Defensive Tackle Rankings
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Rank  	Player	School	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	Aaron Donald	Pittsburgh	6'1"	288	25	Sr
2	Louis Nix	Notre Dame	6'2"	345	26	rJr
3	Timmy Jernigan	Florida State	6'2"	298	29	Jr
4	 Ra'Shede Hageman	Minnesota	6'6"	318	30	rSr
5	Stephon Tuitt	Notre Dame	6'6"	312	39	Jr
6	Will Sutton	Arizona State	6'1"	315	66	rSr
7	Dominique Easley	Florida	6'2"	285	70	Sr
8	 DaQuan Jones	Penn State	6'4"	323	78	Sr
9	Kelcey Quarles	South Carolina	6'3"	298	85	Jr
10	Ego Ferguson	LSU	6'2"	309	95	rJr
11	Anthony Johnson	LSU	6'2"	295	106	Jr
12	Daniel McCullers	Tennessee	6'7"	348	112	Sr
13	 Caraun Reid	Princeton	6'2"	301	120	rSr
14	Justin Ellis	Louisiana Tech	6'2"	342	142	rSr
15	George Uko	USC	6'3"	275	149	rJr
16	Deandre Coleman	California	6'5"	315	161	rSr
17	Jay Bromley	Syracuse	6'3"	307	163	Sr
18	Ryan Carrethers	Arkansas State	6'1"	330	196	rSr
19	Calvin Barnett	Oklahoma State  	6'2"	300	200	Sr
20	 Shamar Stephen	Connecticut	6'5"	308	206	rSr
21	 Eathyn Manumaleuna  	BYU	6'2"	305	224	rSr
22	Kerry Hyder	Texas Tech	6'2"	280	233	rSr
23	Zack Kerr	Delaware	6'2"	334	277	rSr
2014 Inside Linebacker Rankings
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Rank  	Player	School	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	C.J. Mosley	Alabama	6'2"	232	16	Sr
2	Chris Borland	Wisconsin	6'0"	245	69	rSr
3	Shayne Skov	Stanford	6'2"	245	75	rSr
4	 Yawin Smallwood  	Connecticut	6'3"	236	110	rJr
5	 Lamin Barrow	LSU	6'1"	229	131	rSr
6	Christian Jones	Florida State	6'4"	234	134	Sr
7	 DeDe Lattimore	South Florida	6'0"	237	174	rSr
8	Andrew Jackson	Western Kentucky  	6'1"	259	191	Sr
9	Preston Brown	Louisville	6'1"	262	207	Sr
10	Jeremiah George	Iowa State	5'11"	231	234	Sr
11	Glenn Carson	Penn State	6'3"	244	276	rSr
2014 Outside Linebacker Rankings
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Rank  	Player	School	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	Khalil Mack	Buffalo	6'3"	248	6	rSr
2	Anthony Barr	UCLA	6'4"	248	7	Sr
3	Ryan Shazier	Ohio State	6'2"	230	31	Jr
4	Kyle Van Noy	BYU	6'3"	244	32	rSr
5	Trevor Reilly	Utah	6'5"	255	58	rSr
6	 Telvin Smith	Florida State	6'3"	218	61	Sr
7	Carl Bradford	Arizona State	6'1"	243	82	rJr
8	Jeremiah Attaochu	Georgia Tech	6'3"	252	84	Sr
9	Christian Kirksey	Iowa	6'2"	234	98	Sr
10	Jordan Zumwalt	UCLA	6'4"	231	103	Sr
11	Jordan Tripp	Montana	6'3"	237	118	rSr
12	Adrian Hubbard	Alabama	6'6"	255	124	rJr
13	Morgan Breslin	USC	6'1"	250	147	Sr
14	Ronald Powell	Florida	6'3"	240	165	rJr
15	Prince Shembo	Notre Dame	6'2"	254	176	Sr
16	Devon Kennard	USC	6'3"	257	185	rSr
17	 Denicos Allen	Michigan State	5'11"	218	203	rSr
18	 Kasim Edebali	Boston College	6'2"	248	209	Sr
19	Howard Jones	Shepherd	6'2"	229	228	rSr
20	Kevin Pierre-Louis  	Boston College	6'0"	222	230	Sr
21	Tyler Starr	South Dakota	6'4"	249	237	Sr
22	Jonathan Brown	Illinois	6'1"	224	240	Sr
23	 Derrell Johnson	East Carolina	6'1"	248	253	Sr
24	Jonathan Newsome  	Ball State	6'2"	236	265	rSr
25	 Shaquil Barrett	Colorado State  	6'2"	260	289	Sr
26	 Boseko Lokombo	Oregon	6'3"	230	292	rSr
27	 Jayrone Elliott	Toledo	6'3"	240	294	Sr
2014 Cornerback Rankings
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Rank  	Player	School	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	Justin Gilbert	Oklahoma State	6'0"	200	10	Sr
2	 Darqueze Dennard	Michigan State	5'11"	197	18	Sr
3	Jason Verrett	TCU	5'10"	176	22	Sr
4	Bradley Roby	Ohio State	5'11"	192	40	rJr
5	Stanley Jean-Baptiste  	Nebraska	6'3"	215	43	Sr
6	 Lamarcus Joyner	Florida State	5'8"	190	53	Sr
7	Marcus Roberson	Florida	6'0"	195	63	Jr
8	Pierre Desir	Lindenwood	6'1"	195	65	rSr
9	Kyle Fuller	Virginia Tech	6'0"	194	67	Sr
10	Victor Hampton	South Carolina	5'10"	202	73	rJr
11	Keith McGill	Utah	6'3"	214	76	rSr
12	 Louchiez Purifoy	Florida	6'0"	190	83	Jr
13	E.J. Gaines	Missouri	5'10"	195	96	Sr
14	Terrance Mitchell	Oregon	6'0"	190	109	rJr
15	Ross Cockrell	Duke	6'0"	183	113	rSr
16	 Jaylen Watkins	Florida	6'0"	194	117	Sr
17	Walt Aikens	Liberty	6'1"	205	126	Sr
18	Chris Davis	Auburn	5'10"	201	132	Sr
19	Nevin Lawson	Utah State	5'10"	184	137	Sr
20	 Bashaud Breeland	Clemson	6'0"	185	139	rJr
21	 Rashaad Reynolds	Oregon State	5'10"	191	144	rSr
22	Antone Exum	Virginia Tech	6'0"	220	152	rSr
23	Deion Belue	Alabama	5'11"	183	155	Sr
24	Aaron Colvin	Oklahoma	6'0"	186	162	Sr
25	Bennett Jackson	Notre Dame	6'0"	187	175	Sr
26	Ricardo Allen	Purdue	5'9"	187	205	Sr
27	 Bene Benwikere	San Jose State	5'11"	194	211	Sr
28	Andre Hal	Vanderbilt	5'11"	190	216	Sr
29	Phillip Gaines	Rice	6'1"	195	225	Sr
30	 Lavelle Westbrooks	Georgia Southern	6'0"	195	235	Sr
31	 Carrington Byndom	Texas	5'11"	180	241	Sr
32	Marcus Williams	North Dakota State  	5'11"	195	256	rSr
33	Charles Sawyer	Mississippi	5'10"	175	261	rSr
34	 Ciante Evans	Nebraska	5'10"	193	282	Sr
2014 Free Safety Rankings
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Rank  	Player	School	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	Ha Ha Clinton-Dix  	Alabama	6'1"	208	17	Jr
2	Calvin Pryor	Louisville	6'2"	208	19	Jr
3	Terrence Brooks	Florida State	5'11"	197	77	Sr
4	Ed Reynolds	Stanford	6'2"	206	79	rJr
5	Dion Bailey	USC	6'0"	200	116	rJr
6	Kenny Ladler	Vanderbilt	6'0"	200	125	Sr
7	 Marqueston Huff	Wyoming	5'11"	198	153	Sr
8	 Jemea Thomas	Georgia Tech	5'10"	190	187	rSr
9	 Dontae Johnson	North Carolina State  	6'2"	199	243	Sr
10	 Nickoe Whitley	Mississippi State	6'0"	205	247	rSr
11	Christian Bryant	Ohio State	5'9"	193	262	Sr
12	 Tre Boston	North Carolina	6'0"	198	271	Sr
13	Ty Zimmerman	Kansas State	6'1"	204	273	rSr
14	Jonathan Dowling	Western Kentucky	6'2"	198	280	rJr
2014 Strong Safety Rankings
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Rank  	Player	School	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	Deone Bucannon  	Washington State  	6'1"	216	54	Sr
2	Ahmad Dixon	Baylor	6'0"	205	55	Sr
3	Jimmie Ward	Northern Illinois	5'11"	191	71	Sr
4	Craig Loston	LSU	6'1"	214	135	rSr
5	Vinnie Sunseri	Alabama	6'0"	210	169	Jr
6	Isaiah Lewis	Michigan State	5'10"	205	186	Sr
7	Hakeem Smith	Louisville	6'0"	186	192	rSr
8	Sean Parker	Washington	5'10"	193	223	Sr
9	Alden Darby	Arizona State	5'10"	192	229	Sr
2014 Kicker Rankings
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Rank  	Player	School  	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	Anthony Fera  	Texas	6'1"	218	215	rSr
2	Chris Boswell	Rice	6'2"	183	218	rSr
2014 Punter Rankings
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Rank  	Player	School	Height  	Weight  	Overall  	Class  
1	Kirby Van Der Kamp  	Iowa State  	6'4"	202	204	Sr
2	Tom Hornsey	Memphis	6'3"	217	231	Sr
3	Steven Clark	Auburn	6'6"	226	295	Sr
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1	TeddyBridgewaterQB	Louisville	6'3"	205
2	Jadeveon ClowneyDE	South Carolina	6'5"	274
3	Sammy Watkins	WR	Clemson	        6'1"	205
4	Greg Robinson	OT	Auburn	        6'5"	320
5	Jake Matthews	OT	Texas A&M	6'5"	305
6	Khalil Mack	OLB	Buffalo	        6'3"	248
7	Anthony Barr	OLB	UCLA	        6'4"	260
8	Blake Bortles	QB	Central Florida	6'5"	230
9	Kony Ealy	DE	Missouri	6'5"	275
10	Justin Gilbert	CB	Oklahoma State	6'0"	200
11	Johnny Manziel	QB	Texas A&M	6'0"	210
12	Mike Evans	WR	Texas A&M	6'5"	225
13	Derek Carr	QB	Fresno State	6'3"	215
14	Dee Ford	DE	Auburn	        6'2"	243
15	Eric Ebron	TE	North Carolina	6'4"	245
16	C.J. Mosley	ILB	Alabama	        6'2"	232
17	HaHa Clinton-DixFS	Alabama	        6'1"	208
18	Darqueze DennardCB	Michigan State	5'11"	197
19	Calvin Pryor	FS	Louisville	6'2"	208
20	Taylor Lewan	OT	Michigan	6'7"	315
21	Cyrus Kouandjio	OT	Alabama	        6'5"	310
22	Jason Verrett	CB	TCU	        5'10"	176
23	Zack Martin	OT	Notre Dame	6'4"	305
24	Odell Beckham	WR	LSU	        5'11"	193
25	Aaron Donald	DT	Pitt	        6'1"	288
26	Louis Nix	DT	Notre Dame	6'2"	345
27	Allen Robinson	WR	Penn State	6'3"	210
28	Jace Amaro	TE	Texas Tech	6'5"	260
29	Timmy Jernigan	DT	FSU	        6'2"	298
30	Ra'Shede HagemanDT	Minnesota	6'6"	318
31	Ryan Shazier	OLB	Ohio State	6'2"	230
32	Kyle Van Noy	OLB	BYU	        6'3"	244
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 Rank	Player	        Pos.	School	        Height	Weight
1	TeddyBridgewaterQB	Louisville	6'2⅛"	214
2	Jadeveon ClowneyDE	South Carolina	6'5¼"	266
3	Sammy Watkins	WR	Clemson	6'0¾"	211
4	Greg Robinson	OT	Auburn	6'5"	332 
5	Jake Matthews	OT	Texas A&M	6'5½"	308
6	Khalil Mack	OLB	Buffalo	6'2⅝"	251
7	Anthony Barr	OLB	UCLA	6'4⅞"	255
8	Blake Bortles	QB	Central Florida	6'5"	232
9	Kony Ealy	DE	Missouri	6'4"	273
10	Justin Gilbert	CB	Oklahoma State	6'0⅛"	202
11	Johnny Manziel	QB	Texas A&M	5'11¾"	207
12	Mike Evans	WR	Texas A&M	6'4¾"	231
13	Derek Carr	QB	Fresno State	6'2⅜"	214
14	Dee Ford	DE	Auburn	6'2"	243
15	Taylor Lewan	OT	Michigan	6'7⅛"	309
16	Eric Ebron	TE	North Carolina	6'4⅜"	250
17	C.J. Mosley	ILB	Alabama	6'2"	234
18	HaHa ClintonDix	FS	Alabama	6'1⅜"	208
19	Calvin Pryor	FS	Louisville	5'11⅛"	207
20	Odell Beckham	WR	LSU	5'11¼"	198
21	Aaron Donald	DT	Pitt	6'0¾"	285
22	Jason Verrett	CB	TCU	5'9¾"	189
23	Zack Martin	OT	Notre Dame	6'4"	308
24	Darqueze DennardCB	Michigan State	5'10⅞"	199
25	Jace Amaro	TE	Texas Tech	6'5⅜"	265
26	Brandin Cooks	WR	Oregon State	5'9¾"	189
27	Timmy Jernigan	DT	FSU	6'1⅝"	298
28	Allen Robinson	WR	Penn State	6'2⅝"	220
29	Ra'Shede HagemanDT	Minnesota	6'5⅞"	310
30	Ryan Shazier	OLB	Ohio State	6'1"	237
31	Kyle Van Noy	OLB	BYU	6'3⅛"	243
32	Louis Nix	DT	Notre Dame	6'2⅜"	331
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and last but not least . Never Forget @NFLDraftScout (Matt "I love Andy" Miller) said Andy Dalton would be better than Andrew Luck #NAILEDit

Never forget -- > @NFLDraftScout (Matt Miller) said T-Rich #Colts was the best running back in the game. #BleacherReport


^^^Why I unfollowed Miller on twitter^^^^
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