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2014 NFL Draft Rankings

The following are Scott Wright's final positional rankings for the 2014 NFL Draft. Please note that where players are ranked does not necessarily reflect where they may actually be selected in the draft, but merely where he personally has them graded on his board.


Scott Wright's Top 32 Prospects for the 2014 NFL Draft
      1. Jadeveon Clowney
DE
South Carolina
Rare pass rusher with truly freakish blend of size and athleticism.
      2. Jake Matthews
OT
Texas A&M
Elite bloodlines and might be a better prospect than Luke Joeckel.
      3. Greg Robinson
OT
Auburn
Incredible mix of strength and athleticism and just a sophomore.
      4. Anthony Barr
OLB
UCLA
Super fast and athletic with dynamic pass rush ability off the edge.
      5. Khalil Mack
OLB
Buffalo
Explosive playmaker excels versus the run, pass and as a blitzer.
      6. Sammy Watkins
WR
Clemson
Athletic big play threat is a potential go-to target at the next level.
      7. Taylor Lewan
OT
Michigan
Big, well-rounded, battle-tested blocker in the mold of Jake Long.
      8. Teddy Bridgewater
QB
Louisville
Polished signal caller with good physical tools and top intangibles.
      9. C.J. Mosley
ILB
Alabama
Undersized but very athletic with positional / schematic versatility.
    10. Eric Ebron
TE
North Carolina
Just the type of athletic pass catcher that is en vogue in the NFL.
    11. Justin Gilbert
CB
Oklahoma St.
Erratic but talent to be a shutdown corner and elite return man.
    12. Mike Evans
WR
Texas A&M
Physically imposing big play threat and a true matchup nightmare.
    13. Zack Martin
OT
Notre Dame
4-year starter at left tackle but may kick inside at the next level.
    14. Hasean Clinton-Dix
S
Alabama
Prototypical size / speed and effective against both pass and run.
    15. Louis Nix
DT
Notre Dame
330 lb. space-eater in middle but can also penetrate and disrupt.
    16. Ryan Shazier
OLB
Ohio St.
Undersized but compensates with exceptional speed and instincts.
    17. Kony Ealy
DE
Missouri
Raw but developing talent with a large frame and major upside.
    18. Darqueze Dennard
CB
Michigan St.
Aggressive with solid physical tools and even better intangibles.
    19. Aaron Donald
DT
Pittsburgh
Undersized penetrating three-technique with excellent quickness.
    20. Stephon Tuitt
DE
Notre Dame
Jumbo DE / DT can play in 4-3 or 3-4 but not an elite pass rusher.
    21. Marqise Lee
WR
USC
Electrifying playmaker but slight build and durability are concerns.
    22. Ra'Shede Hageman
DT
Minnesota
Former basketball standout with freakish size, speed, athleticism.
    23. Dee Ford
DE
Auburn
Dangerous edge pass rusher but is also an injury-prone 'tweener.
    24. Bradley Roby
CB
Ohio St.
Disappointing junior year but top athleticism, speed and pedigree.
    25. Kyle Fuller
CB
Virginia Tech
Aggressive with a nice blend of size / speed and great intangibles.
    26. Kelvin Benjamin
WR
Florida St.
Extremely athletic with a huge frame but is raw for a 23-year-old.
    27. Timmy Jernigan
DT
Florida St.
Lacks ideal size but is extremely strong and excels versus the run.
    28. Calvin Pryor
S
Louisville
Extremely physical and a big hitter but average speed in coverage.
    29. Cyrus Kouandjio
OT
Alabama
Prototypical physical tools and is effective in pass and run games.
    30. Brandin Cooks
WR
Oregon St.
Small but explosive and could be a weapon outside or in the slot.
    31. Joel Bitonio
OT
Nevada
Nasty, blue-collar blocker could project to either tackle or guard.
    32. Demarcus Lawrence
DE
Boise St.
Raw DE / OLB 'tweener but is an outstanding pure pass rusher.
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