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    GM Final Top 32 Big Board 2014

    1. Sammy Watkins WR Clemson
    2. Jadeveon Clowney DE South Carolina
    3. Darqueze Dennard CB Michigan State
    4. CJ Mosley ILB Alabama
    5. Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville
    6. Jake Matthews OT Texas A&M
    7. Greg Robinson OTAuburn
    8. Mike Evans WR Texas A&M
    9. Calvin Pryor FS Louisville
    10. Anthony Barr OLB UCLA
    11. Timmy Jernigan DT FSU
    12. Eric Ebron TE North Carolina
    13. Taylor Lewan OT Michigan
    14. Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma State
    15. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix FS Alabama
    16. Stephon Tuitt DE Notre Dame
    17. Brandin Cooks WR Oregon State
    18. Khalil Mack OLB Buffalo
    19. Zack Martin OG Notre Dame
    20. Dominique Easley DT Florida
    21. Ryan Shazier OLB Ohio State
    22. Jace Amaro TE Texas Tech
    23. Derek Carr QB Fresno State
    24. Marqise Lee WR USC
    25. Trent Murphy DE Stanford
    26. Allen Robinson WR Penn State
    27. Lamarcus Joyner DB FSU
    28. Carlos Hyde RB Ohio State
    29. Kelvin Benjamin WR FSU
    30. Shayne Skov ILB Stanford
    31. Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE Washington
    32. Gabe Jackson OG Mississippi State




    #33 Jimmy Garoppolo QB Eastern Illinois I had a high 2nd round grade on him before the Shrine Practices, and believe he can be a pretty good starting quarterback. Just felt I had to include him
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    I think in two or three years, you'll look back on your evaluation of Manziel and search for what you missed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by j-off-her-doll View Post
    I think in two or three years, you'll look back on your evaluation of Manziel and search for what you missed.
    time will tell
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    I like these rankings a fair bit. Calvin Pryor is gonna be a flat out stud. I really like Denard too, think he's the clear cut top corner, but I'd be hard pressed to put him in my top 3 with his injury history. Same reason I'd struggle to put Pryor that high (although I'm tempted) because his style reminds me a lot of Bob Sanders, which may open him up to injuries. The one guy I have high that I don't see on either of your big boards is Hageman, what are your thoughts on him? I think he's the next Calais Campbell.

    You probably won't see Tuitt in my top 32 tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearTheBeard View Post
    I like these rankings a fair bit. Calvin Pryor is gonna be a flat out stud. I really like Denard too, think he's the clear cut top corner, but I'd be hard pressed to put him in my top 3 with his injury history. Same reason I'd struggle to put Pryor that high (although I'm tempted) because his style reminds me a lot of Bob Sanders, which may open him up to injuries. The one guy I have high that I don't see on either of your big boards is Hageman, what are your thoughts on him? I think he's the next Calais Campbell.

    You probably won't see Tuitt in my top 32 tho.
    Hageman is a freak athlete, but he disappears a lot in games, plays too high, and doesn't separate and disengage that well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by futurescout View Post
    Hageman is a freak athlete, but he disappears a lot in games, plays too high, and doesn't separate and disengage that well.
    I love that guy. I've been happy enough with his tape, maybe I've just watched his good ones. That explosion and length is right at the top in the class, if Jadaveon wasn't in there he'd probably be the most physically gifted. He's a top 15 guy to me, which is probably as high as you'll find. Big fan, Pryor is definitely my favorite tape, really fun guy to watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FearTheBeard View Post
    I love that guy. I've been happy enough with his tape, maybe I've just watched his good ones. That explosion and length is right at the top in the class, if Jadaveon wasn't in there he'd probably be the most physically gifted. He's a top 15 guy to me, which is probably as high as you'll find. Big fan, Pryor is definitely my favorite tape, really fun guy to watch.
    No doubting his freak athleticism. Supposedly runs a 4.8 and can 360 dunk. I just think he is too risky in the 1st round or top 50 picks
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    Quote Originally Posted by futurescout View Post
    No doubting his freak athleticism. Supposedly runs a 4.8 and can 360 dunk. I just think he is too risky in the 1st round or top 50 picks
    Fair enough, I'm not even a freak athlete guy I generally have the same philosophy. I agree about his pad level, but I think his blend of length and athleticism is too impressive. I couldn't seriously take a guy like Tuitt over him because he doesn't have half the explosion I see from Hageman on tape. His production is good enough compared to other guys who seemingly find themselves in the top 10.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FearTheBeard View Post
    Fair enough, I'm not even a freak athlete guy I generally have the same philosophy. I agree about his pad level, but I think his blend of length and athleticism is too impressive. I couldn't seriously take a guy like Tuitt over him because he doesn't have half the explosion I see from Hageman on tape. His production is good enough compared to other guys who seemingly find themselves in the top 10.
    I think Hageman is a 5 tech in a 3-4 only. And a 3 tech on the nickel package. As for Tuitt, he was recovering from a sports hernia during the beginning of the season, and gained some weight so he did lose some explosion, but I think he will get it back. His hand usage is pretty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by futurescout View Post
    I think Hageman is a 5 tech in a 3-4 only. And a 3 tech on the nickel package. As for Tuitt, he was recovering from a sports hernia during the beginning of the season, and gained some weight so he did lose some explosion, but I think he will get it back. His hand usage is pretty good.
    I think he'd be great in the hybrid 3-4 that so many teams dial up. His best position is definitely 3-4 DE, but I think he could line up outside the RT in certain situations, I see a little Greg Hardy in him.

    And ya I'm definitely being a little hard on Tuitt, gonna watch him a bit more. Right now a round 2 grade.
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