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1. Houston Teddy Bridgewater* QB Louisville 6030 196 4.75
The Texans could go in more directions than shattered glass. New coach Billl O'Brien worked for years with George O'Leary Blake Bortles head coach at Central Florida, Johnny Manziel is right up the road in College Station & was one of the biggest playmakers in college football the last two years. Jadeveon Clowney may grow up and be all he can be playing opposite JJ Watt. A trade down is also a possibility. Teddy Bridgewater is an accurate (71% in 2013) and clutch quarterback who makes good decisions. Runs more of a traditional offense where the team huddles. Climbs the pocket well while keeping his eyes down the field. Good athlete that is smooth and consistent.
NEEDS: QB,OT,S

2. St. Louis f/Wash Jake Matthews LOT Texas A&M 6050 305 4.95
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NEEDS: LOT,S,WR,CB

3. Jacksonville Johnny Manziel* QB Texas A&M 5115 205 4.55
Johnny Manziel has innate running and passing instincts as well as a feel for the pass rush. He completed 73% of his passes from the pocket, best among quarterbacks from BCS automatic qualifier conferences. Only one first round quarterback had a better down the field throwing percentage than Manziels, 48% of passes 25 yards or longer in the past three years – that was Robert Griffin III. Despite his lack of height, he only had 12 of 864 passes batted down. Teams that missed the boat on Russell Wilson because of measurables will be giving Manziel the once over twice.
NEEDS: QB,DE,OT,LOG,C

4. Cleveland Sammy Watkins* WR Clemson 6010 205 4.45
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NEEDS:QB,RB,OG,WR,IB,S

5. Oakland Greg Robinson* LOT Auburn 6050 314 5.10
Greg Robinson, a declared junior, emerged as one of the draft’s top left tackle prospects during Auburn’s national championship run. Athletic with good lateral quickness to cut off the inside go. Can stone a bull rush. Powerful on down blocks. Locks out his long arms on a pass rusher’s breast plate, carrying them up the field.
NEEDS:QB,RB,LOG,DE

6. Atlanta Jadeveon Clowney* DE South Carolina 6064 275 4.60
Falcons need a pass rusher and all the offensive linemen they can collect in this draft.A tightend would be nice too! Will Clowney be available at 6? It could happen. Physically, Jadeveon Clowney can come off the edge like he has a hornets nest in his britches and must be game planned for. He looks like the prototype NFL defensive end from his long athletic build to his Chinese dragon arm length. If only his flashes were graded you would think he was from another planet. But the whole film is graded and you rarely get the production his physical gifts warrant. Made many plays when he was unblocked. He was on a play count most of the year because of injury. Has an explosive arm-over move that you seldom see. Can completely dominate a portion of a game or can be walled off by a tight end. His 40 tackles, 3 sacks, and 11.5 tackles for loss are underachieving for the rare talent.
NEEDS: DE/PR,OT,TE

7. Tampa Bay Stephon Tuitt* DE Notre Dame 6050 303 4.95
The Tampa-2 is predicated on the ability of the front four to generate a pass rush. Tuitt should draw two blockers which will help free up others that are single blocked.If he draws a single block our money's on Tuitt to beat the blocker. He can also play down inside.He is a country strong versatile 4-3 or 3-4 tackle or end. Sets the edge with technique and guile. Can press the pocket as a pass rusher then make the quarterback throw out of the well by getting his long arms up. Hustles and takes good downfield angles in pursuit. Can stack the line of scrimmage and force the ball to bounce. Recorded 49 tackles, 9 tackles for loss, 7.5 sacks, and 13 quarterback hurries.
NEEDS: DE,OT,LOG,TE

8. Minnesota Blake Bortles* QB Central Florida 6040 227 4.75
The Vikings need a QB.( Looks like Christian Ponder is more of a backup,) A defensive end,a safety to play next to Harrison Smith another linebacker.Junior Blake Bortles is a prototype looking drop back NFL quarterback. He stands tall in the pocket and was the game manager in a run based offensive scheme. He ranked 21st in the country in total offense with 296.4 yards per game. He completed 67.8% of his passes and averaged 9.4 yards per attempt.
NEEDS:QB,DE,CB,OG

9. Buffalo Taylor Lewan OT Michigan 6070 315 5.25
Taylor Lewan elevated his game as a left tackle in 2014. He can set the edge with his lateral quickness and hook the defensive end. Positions and dominates the defender. A big man with a thick lower body. Good feet in space as a puller or can road grade as a base blocker.
NEEDS: OT,OG,S,DE/PR

10. Detroit Darqueze Dennard CB Michigan State 5110 200 4.50
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NEEDS: CB,WR,C,

11. Tennessee Anthony Barr OLB/P UCLA 6040 245 4.48
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NEEDS: OLB/PR, S,QB,OT

12. New York Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma State 6000 200 4.49
If the Giants didn't have bad luck with their corners they wouldn't have any luck at all. Gilbert is a rangy long armed playmaker that also doubles as a dynamic kick return specialist. He is a good sized corner who is always in position to make a play on the ball. Can turn and run with good hip flexibility or stick his foot in the ground and drive on the ball carrier in front of him. Good hands to pluck the interception or return kicks. Will miss tackles with just a shoulder hit at times.
NEEDS:LB,CB,OG,

13. St. Louis Marqise Lee* WR USC 6000 195 4.45
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NEEDS: LOT,S,WR,CB
14. Chicago Louis Nix III* DT/NT Notre Dame 6020 326 5.30
The Bears must gum up the inside running lanes and Louis Nix III is just the guy to do it. Did you ever try to move an Oak tree that's deeply rooted? He can dig in.He has the talent to be the next Vince Wilfork. Stout at the point of attack. Gets push up the middle as a pass rusher. Explosive space occupier who absorbs blockers and keeps his linebackers free. Disruptive enough to force plays deep. Gets his hands up in the throwing lane. Quick off the ball and locks out and sheds. Finishes plays.

NEEDS: DT,S,OC,OG
15. Pittsburgh Cyrus Kouandjio* OT Alabama 6050 310 5.10
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NEEDS:OT,S,CB,
16. Baltimore Mike Evans* WR Texas A&M 6050 225 4.55
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NEEDS: WR,OT,CB,S

17. Dallas Khalil Mack OLB Buffalo 6030 245 4.65
The Cowboys need to generate a pass rush opposite Demarcus Ware in the Tampa-2. Mack can widen out and bring it. His versatility as a hand-in-the-dirt pass rusher or a standup outside linebacker helps his stock. He features an explosive and sudden first step when rushing the passer. For the past four years he has been a disruptive playmaker despite teams’ accounting for him on every play. He led the Bulls with 100 tackles, 19 tackles for loss, 10.5 sacks, 3 interceptions, 10 passes defended, and 5 forced fumbles.
NEEDS: DE/PR,CB,S,DT
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if the draft worked out this way i'd definitely try to make some moves. if the coaching staff felt good about bortles, i'd trade back to grab him or clowney. i'd then move back up to the mid 20's for mosley. you could do a lot of good by adding 2 starters as well as still having more picks than the day started with.
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Houston Blake Bortles* QB Central Florida 6050v 232v 4.93v
Houston will be taking calls to trade down. New coach Billl O'Brien worked for years with George O'Leary Bortles head coach at Central Florida. Jadeveon Clowney is still in the running for the Texans. He may grow up and be all he can be playing opposite JJ Watt. Bortles is a prototype drop back NFL quarterback. He stands tall in the pocket and was the game manager in a run based offensive scheme. He ranked 21st in the country in total offense with 296.4 yards per game. He completed 67.8% of his passes and averaged 9.4 yards per attempt. Hand: 9 3/8".

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St. Louis f/Wash Jake Matthews LOT Texas A&M 6054v 308v 5.07v

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Jacksonville Jadeveon Clowney* DE South Carolina 6052v 266v 4.53v
Gus Bradley comes from the Pete Carroll school of pass rusher university. The Jaguars think they can get their QB at 2/39. Physically, Jadeveon Clowney can come off the edge like he has a hornets nest in his britches and must be game planned for. He looks like the prototype NFL defensive end from his long athletic build to his Chinese dragon arm length. If only his flashes were graded you would think he was from another planet. But the whole film is graded and you rarely get the production his physical gifts warrant. Made many plays when he was unblocked. He was on a play count most of the year because of injury. Has an explosive arm-over move that you seldom see. Can completely dominate a portion of a game or can be walled off by a tight end. Maturity is a question mark. His 40 tackles, 3 sacks, and 11.5 tackles for loss are underachieving for the rare talent. ARM: 34 1/2 ", Hand: 10 "

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Cleveland Teddy Bridgewater* QB Louisville 6021v 214v 4.75
Teddy Bridgewater is an accurate (71% in 2013) and clutch quarterback who makes good decisions. Runs more of a traditional offense where the team huddles. Climbs the pocket well while keeping his eyes down the field. Good athlete that is smooth and consistent.Hand size: 9 1/4 ".

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Oakland Sammy Watkins* WR Clemson 6006v 211v 4.43v

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Atlanta Greg Robinson* LOT Auburn 6050v 332v 4.92v

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Tampa Bay Taylor Lewan OT Michigan 6071v 309v 4.87v

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Minnesota Johnny Manziel* QB Texas A&M 5116v 207v 4.68v
The Vikings need a QB.( Looks like Christian Ponder is more of a backup,) A defensive end,a safety to play next to Harrison Smith another linebacker. Johnny Manziel has innate running and passing instincts as well as a feel for the pass rush. He completed 73% of his passes from the pocket, best among quarterbacks from BCS automatic qualifier conferences. Only one first round quarterback had a better down the field throwing percentage than Manziels, 48% of passes 25 yards or longer in the past three years – that was Robert Griffin III. Despite his lack of height, he only had 12 of 864 passes batted down. Teams that missed the boat on Russell Wilson because of measurables will be giving Manziel the once over twice. Maturity a question. Hand size: 9 7/8"

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Buffalo Khalil Mack OLB Buffalo 6025v 251v 4.65v

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Detroit Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma State 6001v 202v 4.37v

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Tennessee Anthony Barr OLB/P UCLA 6047v 255v 4.66v

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New York Darqueze Dennard CB Michigan State 5107v 199v 4.51v

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St. Louis Calvin Pryor* FS Louisville 5111v 207v 4.58v

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Chicago Louis Nix III* DT/NT Notre Dame 6020v 331v 5.42v

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Pittsburgh HaHa Clinton-Dix* FS Alabama 6013v 208v 4.58v

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Dallas Aaron Donald DT Pittsburgh 6010v 288v 4.68v

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Baltimore Zack Martin OG/OT Notre Dame 6041v 308v 5.15e

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New York Mike Evans* WR Texas A&M 6046v 231v 4.51v

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Miami Tim Jernigan* DT Florida State 6015v 298v 5.06v

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Arizona Trent Murphy OLB Stanford 6053v 252v 4.86v
Cardinals need OT's, a CB and a pass rushing OLB. Murphy is a native of Mesa, Arizona and may be moving back. He is a productive multiple position player who has a lethal inside rip move. He’s planted more than one quarterback after shedding the block and closing on his target. Combines instincts and intensity to rush the passer. A versatile defender who is quick off the ball, explosive, and relentless. Murphy totaled 62 tackles, 23.5 tackles for loss (147 yards), 15 sacks (119 yards), 7 quarterback hurries, and 7 passes defended. ARM: 33 7/8", HAND: 11 1/8".

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Green Bay Eric Ebron* TE North Carolina 6043v 250v 4.60v

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Philadelphia Deone Bucannon SS Washington State 6010v 211v 4.49v
Chip Kelly goes back to the PAC 12 for another productive player. Bucannon led the Pac-12 in tackles with 109. A physical run-through tackler who added 5 interceptions, 3 forced fumbles, and 4.5 tackles for loss to his resume` this year. Plays the ball well down the field with range and good ball skills. Will be in the running for the top strong safety in the 2014 draft. Smart, versatile, tough, and motivated. Supports the run like a wrecking ball slamming into a building. He is not only a hitter but a wrap up tackler. Has the feet and flexibility to run with tight ends and backs. Collected 15 interceptions in his career.

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Kansas City Kelvin Benjamin* WR Florida State 6050v 240v 4.61v

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Cincinnati Kyle Fuller CB Virginia Tech 5116v 190v 4.49v

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San Diego Jason Verrett CB TCU 5094v 189v 4.38v

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Cleveland f/IND Marqise Lee* WR USC 5116v 192v 4.52v

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New Orleans CJ Mosley IB Alabama 6020v 234v 4.65e

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Carolina Odell B eckham Jr.* WR LSU 5112v 198v 4.43v

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New England Stephon Tuitt* DE Notre Dame 6050v 304v 4.95

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San Francisco Brandin Cooks* WR Oregon State 5096v 189v 4.33v

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Denver Antonio Richardson ROT Tennessee 6056v 336v 5.30v

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Seattle Xavier Su'a-Filo* OG UCLA 6040v 307v 5.04v
A junior who has experience at both tackle and guard. Strong punch to the breast plate. Quick, aggressive, and physical in his play. Good lateral quickness to position the defensive end. Good feet and athletic ability in pass protection. Strong and explosive in his play. Keeps his hands inside the frame. Can play flat-footed with good ankle and hip flexibility. Strong enough to anchor a bull rush. ARM Length: 33 3/8" HAND: 9 3/8", Bench Press: 25/225
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Yay, "the game manager in a run based offensive scheme"
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aftershocks of combine, demonstrating ascending prospects, subject of particular interest Bortles & Robinson
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Latest and greatest , someone get texian a chair .

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Hmmm. Would love that outcome for us, but...
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Houston Jadeveon Clowney* DE South Carolina
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As bad as missing on a top player passing on one may be worse. Barring a trade JC is a Texan

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St. Louis f/Wash Jake Matthews LOT Texas A&M
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Jacksonville Sammy Watkins* WR Clemson
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Cleveland Taylor Lewan OT Michigan
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Oakland Khalil Mack OLB Buffalo
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Atlanta Greg Robinson* LOT Auburn
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Tampa Bay Mike Evans* WR Texas A&M
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Minnesota CJ Mosley IB Alabama
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Buffalo Eric Ebron* TE North Carolina
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Detroit Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma State
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Tennessee Anthony Barr OLB UCLA
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New York Zack Martin OG/OT Notre Dame
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St. Louis Deone Bucannon SS Washington State
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Chicago Stephon Tuitt* DE Notre Dame
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Pittsburgh Calvin Pryor* FS Louisville
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Dallas Aaron Donald DT Pittsburgh
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Baltimore HaHa Clinton-Dix* FS Alabama
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New York Odell Beckham Jr.* WR LSU
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Miami Tim Jernigan* DT Florida State
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Arizona Trent Murphy OLB Stanford
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Green Bay Darqueze Dennard CB Michigan State
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San Francisco Brandin Cooks* WR Oregon State
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Kansas City f/IND Marqise Lee* WR USC
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Cincinnati Ryan Shazier* OB Ohio State
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San Diego Louis Nix III* DT/NT Notre Dame
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Cleveland Johnny Manziel* QB Texas A&M
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New Orleans Jason Verrett CB TCU
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Carolina Cyrus Kouandjio* OT Alabama
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New England Marcus Martin* C/OG USC
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San Francisco Kyle Fuller CB Virginia Tech
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Denver Antonio Richardson* ROT Tennessee
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Seattle Xavier Su'a-Filo* OG UCLA

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Houston Blake Bortles* QB Central Florida

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Washington Bradley Roby* CB Ohio State
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Cleveland Carlos Hyde RB Ohio State
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Oakland Derek Carr QB Fresno State
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Atlanta Dee Ford DE Auburn
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Tampa Bay Moses Morgan OT Virginia
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Jacksonville Teddy Bridgewater* QB Louisville
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Minnesota Jimmy Garoppolo QB Eastern Illinois
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Buffalo Donte Moncrief* WR Mississippi
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Tennessee Bishop Sankey* RB Washington
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New York Troy Niklas* TE Notre Dame
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St. Louis Jace Amaro* TE Texas Tech
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Detroit Joel Bitonio OG/OT Nevada
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Pittsburgh Kareem Martin DE North Carolina
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Dallas Jaylen Watkins* CB Florida
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Baltimore Trai Turner* OG LSU
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New York Jack Mewhort OT Ohio State
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Miami Michael Schofield OT Michigan
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Chicago Jeremy Hill RB LSU
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Arizona Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE Washington
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Green Bay Weston Richburg C Colorado State
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Philadelphia Ra'Shede Hageman DT Minnesota
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Cincinnati Bryan Stork C Florida
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San Francisco f/KC Jordan Matthews WR Vanderbilt
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San Diego Kony Ealy* DE Missouri
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Indianapolis Jimmie Ward SS Northern Illinois
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New Orleans Ego Ferguson DT
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Carolina Keith McGill CB Utah
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San Francisco Tyler Gaffney RB Stanford
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New England Jeremiah Attaochu DE Georgia Tech
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Denver DaQuan Jones DT Penn State
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Seattle Paul Richardson WR Colorado
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