Scouts Inc.'s Top 32 for 2014

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  1. Playoffs

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    Can be found here: [B]http://espn.go.com/nfl/draft[/B] on right side of page.

    Not sure how up to date this is, so fwiw...
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    Player	Pos.	School	Grade
    1. Jadeveon Clowney*	DE	 S Carolina	 96
    2. Anthony Barr	        OLB	 UCLA	         96
    3. Jake Matthews*	OT	 Texas A&M	 95
    4. Louis Nix III	DT	 Notre Dame	 94
    5. Sammy Watkins*	WR	 Clemson	 94
    6. C.J. Mosley	        ILB	 Alabama	 93
    7. Khalil Mack	        OLB	 Buffalo	 93
    8. T. Bridgewater*	QB	 Louisville	 93
    9. Timmy Jernigan*	DT	 Florida St	 93
    10. Marqise Lee*	WR	 USC	         93
    11. Taylor Lewan	OT	 Michigan	 92
    12. Stephon Tuitt*	DE	 Notre Dame	 92
    13. Justin Gilbert	CB	 Oklahoma St	 92
    14. Blake Bortles	QB	 Central Florida 92
    15. Eric Ebron*	        TE	 N Carolina	 92
    16. Cyrus Kouandjio*	OT	 Alabama	 91
    17. Dominique Easley	DE	 Florida	 91
    18. H. Clinton-Dix*	S	 Alabama	 91
    19. Ifo Ekpre-Olomu*	CB	 Oregon	         91
    20. Johnny Manziel*	QB	 Texas A&M	 90
    21. Scott Crichton*	DE	 Oregon St	 90
    22. Marcus Roberson*	CB	 Florida	 90
    23. Mike Evans*	        WR	 Texas A&M	 90
    24. Ra'Shede Hageman	DT	 Minnesota	 90
    25. Kelvin Benjamin	WR	 Florida St	 89
    26. Morgan Moses	OT	 Virginia	 89
    27. Loucheiz Purifoy*	CB	 Florida	 89
    28. Jordan Matthews	WR	 Vanderbilt	 88
    29. Darqueze Dennard	CB	 Michigan St	 88
    30. Cyril Richardson	OG	 Baylor	         87
    31. A. Seferian-Jen.*	TE	 Washington	 87
    32. Trent Murphy	OLB	 Stanford	 87
     
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    33. Carlos Hyde	        RB	5'11¾"	238	Ohio State	87
    34. Paul Richardson	WR	6'1"	170	Colorado	87
    35. Jackson Jeffcoat	DE	6'4¼"	254	Texas	        86
    36. Ego Ferguson*	DT	6'2⅛"	308	LSU	        86
    37. De'Anthony Thomas*	RB	5'9"	176	Oregon	        86
    38. Jason Verrett	CB	5'9⅜"	174	TCU	        85
    39. Anthony Johnson*	DT	6'2¼"	300	LSU	        85
    40. Donte Moncrief*	WR	6'2⅝"	215	Mississippi	85
    41. Zach Mettenberger	QB	6'5¼"	242	LSU	        85
    42. Gabe Jackson	OG	6'3¼"	333	Miss. State	85
    43. Adrian Hubbard*	OLB	6'5½"	250	Alabama	        85
    44. Antonio Richardson*	OT	6'6"	330	Tennessee	85
    45. Lamarcus Joyner	CB	5'8¼"	187	Florida State	84
    46. Daquan Jones	DT	6'3¼"	329	Penn State	84
    47. Ryan Shazier*	OLB	6'2⅛"	226	Ohio State	84
    48. Melvin Gordon	RB	6'1"	208	Wisconsin	84
    49. Brett Hundley*	QB	6'3"	227	UCLA	        83
    50. Will Sutton	        DT	6'0¼"	284	Arizona State	83
    51. Zack Martin	        OT	6'4¼"	308	Notre Dame	83
    52. Aaron Donald	DT	6'0½"	281	Pittsburgh	82
    53. Ka'Deem Carey*	RB	5'10"	197	Arizona	        82
    54. Devante Parker*	WR	6'1½"	205	Louisville	82
    55. Bradley Roby*	CB	5'11⅛"	193	Ohio State	81
    56. AJ McCarron	        QB	6'3⅜"	204	Alabama	        81
    57. Kony Ealy*	        DE	6'4⅝"	275	Missouri	81
    58. Derek Carr	        QB	6'2¾"	209	Fresno State	80
    59. Kyle Van Noy	OLB	6'3"	236	Brigham Young	80
    60. Kareem Martin	DE	6'5¼"	264	North Carolina	80
    61. David Yankey	OG	6'5"	311	Stanford	80
    62. Jace Amaro	        TE	6'5"	255	Texas Tech	80
    63. Lache Seastrunk*	RB	5'10"	210	Baylor	        80
    64. Brandon Coleman	WR	6'5¼"	220	Rutgers	        80
     
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    and the rest...
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    65. Aaron Lynch*	DE	6'5"	248	South Florida	79
    66. Dan McCullers	DT	6'6⅛"	353	Tennessee	79
    67. Max Bullough	ILB	6'3¼"	249	Michigan State	79
    68. Telvin Smith	OLB	6'3¼"	210	Florida State	79
    69. Odell Beckham Jr.*	WR	5'11"	208	LSU	79
    70. Khyri Thornton	DT	6'2¾"	304	Southern Miss	78
    Trey DePriest*	ILB	6'2"	240	Alabama	78
    Aaron Murray	QB	6'0⅞"	206	Georgia	78
    Jeoffrey Pagan*	DE	6'4"	290	Alabama	78
    Damian Swann*	CB	5'10½"	175	Georgia	78
    Stephen Morris	QB	6'2"	211	Miami (FL)	77
    Nick O'Leary	TE	6'3"	250	Florida State	76
    Robert Herron	WR	5'9"	187	Wyoming	76
    Morgan Breslin	DE	6'1¼"	246	USC	76
    80. Seantrel Henderson	OT	6'7"	340	Miami (FL)	75
    James Gayle	DE	6'3⅜"	252	Virginia Tech	74
    Christian Jones	OLB	6'3⅝"	235	Florida State	74
    Aaron Colvin	CB	6'0¼"	184	Oklahoma	74
    Shamar Stephen	DT	6'4⅝"	323	Connecticut	73
    Greg Blair	ILB	6'0½"	262	Cincinnati	73
    Lamin Barrow	OLB	6'0⅞"	225	LSU	73
    James Hurst	OT	6'6¼"	309	North Carolina	73
    Andre Williams	RB	5'11½"	224	Boston College	73
    Andrew Jackson	ILB	6'0¼"	266	Western Kentucky	72
    90. Logan Thomas	QB	6'5⅝"	256	Virginia Tech	72
    Ed Stinson	DE	6'3¼"	290	Alabama	71
    Bishop Sankey*	RB	5'10"	205	Washington	71
    Mike Davis	WR	6'2¼"	199	Texas	71
    Chaz Sutton	DE	6'3¼"	259	South Carolina	70
    Craig Loston	S	6'0⅝"	209	LSU	70
    Demonte McAllister	DT	6'2⅛"	288	Florida State	70
    Chris Borland	ILB	5'11⅝"	251	Wisconsin	70
    Tajh Boyd	QB	6'0¾"	224	Clemson	70
    Dri Archer	RB	5'8¼"	179	Kent State	70
    Lavelle Westbrooks	CB	6'0"	180	Georgia Southern	69
    100. Dee Ford	DE	6'2¼"	239	Auburn	69
    I'll reformat this later. [​IMG]
     
  4. Rey

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    I'd be very tempted to take anthony Barr with the first overall.

    In my mind it's between him, clowney and bridgewater.

    If we go away from qb, it'd be a tough call but I think I'd go with Barr.
     
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    If we get Ray Horton or at least stick with the 3-4 and trade down, I'd love to stay in the 3-5 range and grab Barr. Still downey for Clowney, though.
     
  6. steelbtexan

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    After seeing these rankings, it's between Clowney/Barr for me.

    THis tells me this draft is very deep and the Texans should draft a good contributor as a rookie at 4-1 like the did with Daniels. and probaby should trade back into the middle of the 4th for another rookie contributor.

    That would give them the 5 players they need to become relevant again. Can Rick do this? Time will tell, but I've got my doubts.
     
  7. Rey

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    Oh don't mind me...I have no firm idea of what I want to do.

    I do really like clowney though and would not mind taking him at all.
     
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    Just keeping an open mind for expectations, that's all. :chickendance:
     


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    Beware! Read List with caution! This is a Todd McShay conncoction.
     
  10. beerlover

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    Whoever it is, whenever it was created now looks terribly off & poorly researched. No reflection on Playoffs who is merely the messenger.
     
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    It could be pre-season for all I know.... ?

    Posted more for "Who's in the the Top 100" conversation than anything else.
     
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    Agree. I am Nix fan but #4? i don't think so.
     
  13. TexansFTW

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    Well said. This list is a joke. Simply glancing from 1-20 will tell you that.

    When are you coming out with your top 100 and all that stuff Texian? Nothing left to talk about with regards to Texans except future coaches and draft picks.

    We can't really do any Mocks yet because we don't know how the defense will be constructed, but I do know that if we do anything other than Bridgewater I will likely cry just like I did when we chose Mercilus over Alshon Jeffrey.
     
  14. ArlingtonTexan

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    No rush you got 6 months a new coach, scheme changes and free agency, much less the combine and prospect rising and falling from seemingly nowhere...enjoy
     

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