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    2014 NFL Draft Prospects

    I guess it is time to start talking about the draft. So without further ado:

    QB
    4.A.J. McCarron, Alabama 6'4" 214(Pg.1)
    15.Derek Carr, Fresno St. 6'3" 218(Pg.2)
    29.Blake Bortles, Central Florida 6'4" 230(Pg.4)
    41.Jimmy Garoppolo, Eastern Illinois 6'2" 222(Pg.6)
    54.David Fales, San Jose St. 6'3" 220(Pg.8)
    67.Zach Mettenberger, Louisiana St. 6'5" 235(Pg.10)
    79.*Bryn Renner, North Carolina 6'2.5" 228(Pg.11)
    92.Jeff Matthews, Cornell 6'3" 223(Pg.13)
    105.Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville 6'2" 214(Pg.15)
    118.Brett Smith, Wyoming 6'2" 210(Pg.17)
    131.Tom Savage, Pittsburgh 6'4" 228(Pg.19)
    144.Logan Thomas, Virginia Tech 6'6" 248(Pg.20)
    157.Tajh Boyd, Clemson 6'1" 222(Pg.22)
    RB
    7.*Andre Williams, Boston College 6'0" 227(Pg.2)
    16.*Carlos Hyde, Ohio St. 6'0" 235(pg.3)
    30.Marion Grice, Arizona St. 6'0" 205(pg.4)
    42.Tyler Gaffney, Stanford 6'1" 221(Pg.6)
    55.Terrence West, Towson St. 5'11" 223(Pg.8)
    68.Tre Mason, Auburn 5'10" 205(Pg.10)
    80.Jerick McKinnon, Georgia Southern 5'9" 209(Pg.12)
    93.Bishop Sankey, Washington 5'9" 209(Pg.13)
    106.*Ka'Deem Carey, Arizona 5'9" 207(Pg.15)
    119.Storm Johnson,Central Florida 6'0" 209(Pg.17)
    132.Devonta Freeman, Florida St. 5'8" 206(Pg.19)
    145.*Jeremy Hill, Louisiana St. 6'1" 233(Pg.20)
    158.Lache Seastrunk, Baylor 5'9" 201(Pg.22)
    WR
    6.Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt 6'3" 205(Pg.2)
    18.Cody Hoffman, Brigham Young 6'4" 205(pg.3)
    31.Mike Evans, Texas A&M 6'5" 225(pg.5)
    43.Jeff Janis, Saginaw St. 6'2" 212(Pg.6)
    56.Kelvin Benjamin, Florida St. 6'5" 235(Pg.8)
    61.Davante Adams, Fresno St. 6'2" 212(Pg.8)
    81.Martavis Bryant, Clemson 6'4" 211(Pg.12)
    94.Cody Latimer, Indiana 6'2" 215(Pg.14)
    107.Odell Beckham, Louisiana St. 5'11" 198(Pg.15)
    120.Donte Moncrief, Mississippi 6'3" 221(Pg.17)
    133.T.J. Jones, Notre Dame 6'0" 188(Pg.19)
    146.Paul Richardson, Colorado 6'0" 175(Pg.20)
    159.Dri Archer, Kent St. 5'8" 173(Pg.22)
    TE
    8.C.J. Fiedorowicz, Iowa 6'7" 265(Pg.2)
    19.Eric Ebron, North Carolina 6'4" 245(pg.3)
    32.Jace Amaro, Texas Tech 6'5" 260(pg.5)
    44.*Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington 6'6" 266(Pg.6)
    57.Xavier Grimble, USC 6'5" 250(Pg.8)
    69.Troy Niklas, Notre Dame 6'7" 270(Pg.10)
    82.Arthur Lynch, Georgia 6'5" 258(Pg.12)
    95.Marcel Jensen, Fresno St. 6'5.5" 259(Pg.14)
    108.A.C. Leonard Tennessee St. 6'2" 252(Pg.15)
    121.*Colt Lyerla, Oregon 6'5" 246(Pg.17)
    134.Crockett Gilmore, Colorado St. 6'6" 260(Pg.19)
    147.Richard Rodgers, California 6'4" 257(Pg.21)
    OG
    9.Gabe Jackson, Mississippi St. 6'3" 340(Pg.2)
    20.Ryan Groy, Wisconsin 6'5" 320(pg.3)
    33.Xavier Su’a-Filo, UCLA 6'3" 305(pg.5)
    45.David Yankey, Stanford 6'5" 312(Pg.6)
    58.*Anthony Steen, Alabama 6'3" 310(Pg.8)
    70.Joel Bitonio, Nevada 6'4" 307(Pg.11)
    83.Dakota Dozier, Furman 6'3.5" 313(Pg.12)
    96.Chris Watt, Notre Dame 6'3" 310(Pg.14)
    109.Brandon Thomas, Clemson 6'3" 317(Pg.15)
    122.Trai Turner, Louisiana St. 6'3" 310(Pg.18)
    135.John Urschel, Penn St. 6'3 313(Pg.19)
    148.*Spencer Long, Nebraska 6'5" 320(Pg.21)
    OT
    1.Jake Matthews, TX A&M 6'5" 305(Pg.1)
    21.*Taylor Lewan, Michigan 6'8" 308(pg.3)
    34.Zack Martin, Notre Dame 6'4" 308(pg.5)
    46.Greg Robinson, Auburn 6'5" 320(Pg.6)
    59.Antonio "Tiny" Richardson, Tennessee 6'6" 325(Pg.8)
    71.James Hurst, North Carolina 6'5" 296(Pg.11)
    84.*Jack Mewhort, Ohio St. 6'6" 309(Pg.12)
    97.Joel Bitonio, Nevada 6'4" 302(Pg.14)
    110.Billy Turner, North Dakota St. 6'5" 315(Pg.16)
    123.Morgan Moses, Virginia 6'6" 314(Pg.18)
    136.Ja'Wuan James, Tennessee 6'6" 311(Pg.19)
    149.Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, McGill (Canada) 6'5" 321(Pg.21)
    C
    10.Travis Swanson, Arkansas 6'5" 318(Pg.2)
    17.Bryan Stork, Florida St. 6'4" 300(pg.3)
    35.Tyler Larsen, Utah St. 6'4" 312(pg.5)
    47.Weston Richburg, Colorado State 6'4" 298(pg.7)
    60.Marcus Martin, USC 6'3" 325(Pg.8)
    72.Jonotthan Harrison, Florida 6'3" 304(Pg.11)
    85.Gabe Ikard, Oklahoma 6'3.5" 304(Pg.12)
    98.Corey Linsley, Ohio St. 6'3" 296(Pg.14)
    111.Russell Bodine, North Carolina 6'3" 305(Pg.16)
    124.Zac Kerin, Toledo 6'5" 310(Pg.18)
    137.Chris Elkins, Youngstown State 6' 2" 289(Pg.19)
    150.James Stone, Tennessee 6'4" 306(Pg.21)
    DT
    11.Daniel McCullers, Tennessee 6'6" 351(Pg.2)
    22.Ra'Shede Hageman, Minnesota 6'6" 311(pg.3)
    36.Timmy Jernigan, Florida St. 6'3" 298(pg.5)
    48.*Louis Nix, Notre Dame 6'3" 326(pg.7)
    62.DaQuan Jones, Penn St. 6'3" 318(pg.9)
    73.Will Sutton, Arizona St. 6'1" 315(Pg.11)
    86.*Dominique Easley, Florida 6'2" 290(Pg.12)
    99.Ego Ferguson, Louisiana St. 6'3" 315(Pg.14)
    112.Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh 6'0.5" 285(Pg.16)
    125.Kelcy Quarles, South Carolina 6'4" 298(Pg.18)
    138.Anthony Johnson, Louisiana St. 6'3" 308(Pg.20)
    151.Caraun Reid, Princeton 6'2" 302(Pg.21)
    DE
    12.Trent Murphy, Stanford 6'6" 261(Pg.2)
    23.Ed Stinson, Alabama 6'4" 292(pg.3)
    37.Kony Ealy, Missouri 6'5" 275(pg.5)
    49.Stephon Tuitt, Notre Dame 6'6" 312(pg.7)
    63.Scott Crichton, Oregon St. 6'3" 265(pg.9)
    74.Kareem Martin, North Carolina 6'6" 272(Pg.11)
    87.Demarcus Lawrence, Boise St. 6'2.5" 251(Pg.12)
    100.James Gayle Virginia Tech 6'4" 259(Pg.14)
    113.Chris Smith, Arkansas 6'1" 266(Pg.16)
    126.Marcus Smith, Louisville 6'3" 251(Pg.18)
    139.Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas 6'3" 247(Pg.20)
    152.Will Clark, West Virginia 6'6" 271(Pg.21)
    ILB
    3.CJ Mosely, Alabama 6'2"232(Pg.1)
    24.Chris Borland, Wisconsin 5'11" 246(pg.3)
    38.Shayne Skov, Stanford 6'2" 245(pg.5)
    51.Andrew Jackson, Western Kentucky 6'1" 261(pg.7)
    64.Christian Jones, Florida St. 6'3" 234(pg.9)
    75.Max Bullough, Michigan St. 6'3" 249(Pg.11)
    88.Yawin Smallwood, Connecticut 6'4" 236(Pg.13)
    101.**Jordan Zumwalt, UCLA 6'4" 235(Pg.14)
    115.James Morris, Iowa 6'1" 240(Pg.16)
    127.Preston Brown, Louisville 6'1" 251(Pg.18)
    140.Jeremiah George, Iowa St. 5'11" 234(Pg.20)
    153.DeDe Lattimore, South Florida 6'0" 237(Pg.21)
    OLB
    2.Anthony Barr, UCLA 6'4" 248(Pg.1)
    25.Khalil Mack, Buffalo 6'3" 248(Pg.4)
    39.Kyle Van Noy, B.Y.U. 6'3" 245(pg.6)
    52.Dee Ford, Auburn 6'2" 238(pg.7)
    65.Ryan Shazier, Ohio St. 6'2" 230(pg.9)
    76.Telvin Smith, Florida St. 6'3" 218(pg.11)
    89.Jeremiah Attaochu, Georgia Tech 6'3" 252(Pg.13)
    102.Jordan Tripp, Montana 6'3" 234(Pg.15)
    114.Lamin Barrow, Louisiana St. 6'1" 237(Pg.16)
    128.Trevor Reilly, Utah 6'5" 245(Pg.18)
    141.Christian Kirksey, Iowa 6'2" 233(Pg.20)
    154.Carl Bradford, Arizona St. 6'1" 250(Pg.21)
    CB
    5.Darqueze Dennard, Michigan St. 5'11" 188(Pg.1)
    26.Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma St. 6'0" 199(Pg.4)
    40.Loucheiz Purifoy, Florida 6'0" 190(pg.6)
    53.Lamarcus Joyner, Florida St. 5'8" 195(pg.7)
    66.Marcus Roberson, Florida 6'0" 195(pg.10)
    77.Bradley Roby, Ohio St. 5'11" 195(pg.11)
    90.Jaylen Watkins, Florida 5'11" 194(Pg.13)
    103.Stanley Jean-Baptiste, Nebraska 6'2.5" 218(Pg.15)
    116.Pierre Desir, Lindenwood 6'1" 198(Pg.16)
    129.Phillip Gaines, Rice 6'0" 193(Pg.18)
    142.*Keith McGill, Utah 6'3" 211(Pg.20)
    155.Bashaud Breeland, Clemson 5'11" 197(Pg.21)
    S
    13.Craig Loston, LSU 6'1" 209(Pg.2)
    14.Terence Brooks FSU 5'11" 200(Pg.2)
    27.Ahmad Dixon, Baylor 6'0" 205(Pg.4)
    28.Nickoe Whitley, Mississippi State 6'0" 205(Pg.4)
    50.Jimmie Ward, Northern Illinois 5'11" 191(pg.7)
    78.Calvin Pryor, Louisville 5'11" 207(pg.11)
    91.Ha Ha Clinton Dix, Alabama 6'1" 208(Pg.13)
    104.Vinnie Sunseri, Alabama 6'0" 210(Pg.15)
    117.Deone Bucannon, Washington St. 6'1" 211(Pg.17)
    130.Ed Reynolds, Stanford 6'1" 207(Pg.19)
    143.Jonathan Dowling, Western Kentucky 6'3" 190(Pg.20)
    156.Dion Bailey, Southern California 6'0" 201(Pg.22)



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    1.OT Jake Matthews, TX A&M 6'5" 305
    12/26/13 - CBSSPORTS.COM ALL-AMERICANS: FIRST-TEAM OFFENSE AS NFL DRAFT PROSPECTS: OT - Jake Matthews, Sr., Texas A&M: Taking over for last year's second overall draft pick Luke Joeckel at left tackle, Matthews protected Johnny Manziel's blind side this season and quietly had a strong senior campaign. He displays the feet and shuffle quickness to mirror speed off the edge and the base and hand strength to stonewall power rushers. Matthews isn't flashy, but his consistency and versatility is what makes him attractive to next level scouts. Look for Matthews to give the Aggies back-to-back years with offensive tackles drafted in the top-five picks, maybe the top three picks. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
    12/13/13 - 2013 WALTER CAMP FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: OL Jake Matthews, Texas A&M, 6-5 305, Sr., Missouri City, TX...Matthews, from Missouri City, Texas, is the team leader with 45 consecutive starts on the Aggies’ offensive front. The versatile Matthews held down the all-important left tackle position for the majority of 2013, but also made several starts at right tackle when injuries forced some lineup shuffling. With Matthews clearing the way, the Aggies led the SEC in passing offense, total offense and scoring offense. The Aggies go into the 2013 Chick-fil-A Bowl with 6,458 total yards, including 4,211 passing yards, and have scored 523 points. - Texas A&M football
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    2.ILB CJ Mosely, Alabama 6'2" 232

    12/26/13 - CBSSPORTS.COM ALL-AMERICANS: FIRST-TEAM DEFENSE AS NFL DRAFT PROSPECTS: LB - C.J. Mosley, Sr., Alabama: The unquestioned heart and soul of the Alabama defense, Mosley is a coach's dream at linebacker, earning the Tide's Defensive Player of the Week 11 times in 12 games. Possessing terrific diagnostic skills, he's a virtual coach on the field whose athleticism and quick hands make him equally dangerous in pass coverage as in run support. Like other highly regarded Alabama players before him, however, Mosley's physical play has led to a number of injuries and subsequent surgeries, making his medical grade critical in determining his final draft projection. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
    12/13/13 - 2013 WALTER CAMP FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: LB C.J. Mosley, Alabama, 6-2 238, Sr., Mobile, AL...Mosley, from Mobile, Ala., leads an Alabama defense that ranks in the top 15 nationally in scoring defense (2nd), red zone defense (4th), total defense (5th), pass defense (5th), rush defense (11th) and pass efficiency defense (15th). Mosley leads the 2013 team with 102 tackles and nine tackles for loss (-20 yards). He has five pass breakups, eight quarterback hurries and a forced fumble. He was the Alabama Defensive Player of the week 11 times in 12 games and ranks fourth in school history with 313 tackles. Mosley has made at least seven tackles in 10 games this season and recorded double digits five times. - Alabama football
    http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings...014&genpos=OLB
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    3. OLB Anthony Barr, UCLA 6'4" 248
    12/26/13 - CBSSPORTS.COM ALL-AMERICANS: FIRST-TEAM DEFENSE AS NFL DRAFT PROSPECTS: LB - Anthony Barr, Sr., UCLA: Barr's evolution from running back to outside linebacker and a potential top-five selection in the 2014 NFL draft is one of the more extraordinary developments in college football over the past two years. Powerful and athletic, Barr can be a terror off the edge, as his 20 tackles for loss, 10 sacks and five forced fumbles in 2013 attest. Scouts feel that Barr is stout enough to handle strongside duties in the 4-3 alignment but believe his best fit is as a stand-up outside linebacker in the 3-4. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
    12/13/13 - 2013 WALTER CAMP FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: LB Anthony Barr, UCLA, 6-4 248, Sr., San Pedro, CA...The 2013 Lott IMPACT Trophy Winner, Barr led UCLA with 20 tackles for loss, 10 sacks, five forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and totaled 62 tackles this season. - UCLA football
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    4.QB A.J. McCarron, Alabama 6'4" 214

    "He doesn't have a huge arm, but he makes up for it with excellent timing, touch and decision-making. Scouts around the NFL are split on McCarron, but he has compiled a very impressive college résumé."
    Hot 100 seniors
    In his midseason update of the top 100 seniors in college football, Gil Brandt has UCLA LB Anthony Barr No. 1 and a previously unranked player in his top 5. More ...

    McCarron chalked up his 34th win in 36 career starts at Alabama Saturday against rival LSU, tossing three touchdown passes while going 14 of 20 for 179 yards, without a turnover. That scouts are giving McCarron a high grade in the decision-making category is no surprise. He hasn't thrown an interception in 27 of 36 career starts, with seven one-interception games. He's never thrown three in a game in his entire career.

    NFL Media draft analyst Bucky Brooks identified that very strength in McCarron in the latest edition of "Scout's Take". Brooks noted as well that McCarron threw all three of his touchdown passes against the blitz, completing 9 of 13 passes for the game in the face of five or more pass rushers.

    Still, McCarron's arm strength may draw question marks as his college career turns to full-blown draft evaluation.
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    are you saying you want aj?
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    He's just listing the prospects.
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    Of those we might get Mosely or McCarron, and not anywhere before the 3rd rd for McCarron. The other guys are conceivably top 5 overall picks.
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    My gut tells me Miami could switch to a 3-4. It seems likely the team will have a new DC and I think the talent in Miami would make for an easy switch. Jordan, for one, would seem best suited for a 3-4, as would Ellerbe who played much better in that system. So, if that happens, I think Mosley would be an ideal pick for the middle of the defense. The Dolphins could use his talent for sure, but also his leadership.

    If McCarron makes it to R2, I'd be very tempted. I like Tannehill and still think he could develop with a better offensive line, but McCarron is so underrated and getting that kind of player in R2 wouldn't be a bad move. McCarron reminds me a lot of Pennington.
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    5.CB Darqueze Dennard, Michigan St. 5'11" 188

    Outstanding route recognition. Reads quarterback's eyes and reacts quickly. Decisive in his movements. Always in position and rarely beat by double moves. Great press jam at the line. Smooth when opening up hips to transition into a sprint. Could be a beat slow when getting out of his backpedal. Teams rarely threw his way. Anchor for the Spartans' top pass defense. Above-average fluidity in his movements. Still perfecting his man coverage technique, particularly the footwork.

    Average recognition against the run. A beat slow getting off blocks. Seals the edge well and nothing special as a tackler. Not afraid of contact. Could afford to add more strength. Average straight line speed. Not particularly an explosive athlete. Tracks the ball well. Can usually come down with the catch when leaping. Would be better off just deflecting the ball.
    http://www.fftoolbox.com/nfl_draft/p...ospect_id=4548
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