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1 Jadeveon Clowney *AGE: 20DOB: 2/14/93HT: 6-6WT: 265POS: DETkl 36Sack 3.0Int 0Whether he or Barr is taken first has more to do with scheme fit than performance. Clowney has the quickness to beat people at the point of attack, the power to run through blockers and the speed to pursue all over. He's not just an edge rusher looking to quickly turn the corner; he doesn't even bend that well. He beats average tackles both inside and outside with his first step.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 1 | PLAYER CARD




2 Anthony BarrAGE: 21DOB: 3/18/92HT: 6-4WT: 244POS: OLBTkl 63Sack 10.0Int 0Has emerged as a possibility to go No. 1 overall and could be preferred to Clowney based on fit. A disruptive force even with added attention, Barr has become a better and more complete player. He's a good pass-rusher, using quick feet and hands to free himself, and he's disciplined. I love his pursuit when the play runs away from him. A former fullback, he has a powerful lower half and a long frame and reach.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 2 | PLAYER CARD




3 Jake MatthewsAGE: 21DOB: 2/11/92HT: 6-5WT: 305POS: OTGP 12GS 12The top left tackle on the board most of the season, he will see competition depending on who decides to enter the draft. As a player, Matthews has a ton of experience and a feisty, competitive nature. He is an intense worker and has great NFL bloodlines; his father, brother and two cousins have played in the league. Has strong skills as both a pass-protector and a finisher in the run game, where you can see a nasty streak.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 3 | PLAYER CARD






4 Khalil MackAGE: 22DOB: 2/22/91HT: 6-3WT: 248POS: OLBTkl 94Sack 11.0Int 3He'll get dinged on competition level, but roll the tape when he played Ohio State and it's not hard to pick out the best player on the field. You really have to watch him play and see how he lines up all over the field and can do everything. He is versatile and capable of rushing the passer with quickness and power, dropping into coverage, shedding tackles and making plays in the open field. He uses proper leverage to take on blocks and drive people back and uses quickness and strong hands to shed. Plays with a great motor, but smart.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 4 | PLAYER CARD
5C.J. MosleyAGE: 21DOB: 6/19/92HT: 6-2WT: 232POS: LBTkl 100Sack 0Int 0Adding so much value in the modern NFL, Mosley has the versatility and great cover skills that will make him an appealing talent in any scheme. He flies to the ball, tackles well and scrapes effectively, getting off blocks to make a ton of plays. He simply needs to get a bit stronger and show leverage going downhill against the run. Could be best on the weak side; he gets past blocks and chases everything down (or simply beats people to the ball).

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 5 | PLAYER CARD
6 Sammy Watkins *AGE: 20DOB: 6/14/93HT: 6-1WT: 205POS: WRRec 85Yds 1,237Avg 14.6TD 10Watkins blends polish with a high level of explosiveness and can turn catches on the edges or across the middle into big plays. He has speed and short-area agility but also powers through tackles and does a good job of working back to the ball to become a big factor when plays break down. He is extremely explosive, both before and after the catch. He has strong hands and uses his strength to beat defenders to the ball.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 6 | PLAYER CARD
7 Marqise Lee *AGE: 22DOB: 11/25/91HT: 6-1WT: 195POS: WRRec 50Yds 673Avg 13.5TD 2Lee has so many NFL-ready traits. A team can draft him with the belief that he'll make an impact in Week 1, which is a rarity at wide receiver. He has good speed, both in the short area and to beat defenders deep. He is an effective route-runner, makes most routine catches and can play bigger than his size to make the spectacular ones. He is physical and extremely dangerous after the catch and will run through many arm tackles.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 8 | PLAYER CARD
8 Stephon Tuitt *AGE: 20DOB: 5/23/93HT: 6-6WT: 315POS: DETkl 45Sack 6.0Int 1Tuitt should shine during the draft process given his elite quickness and great size; I've compared him to a young Richard Seymour. He offers tremendous burst and power and the ability to work inside or outside and create pressure. Teams looking for a penetrating 3-4 DE will like his potential, but when healthy, he can also provide a pass rush as a 4-3 DE, which is saying something for someone playing at about 320 pounds.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 9 | PLAYER CARD
9 Greg Robinson **AGE: 21DOB: 10/21/92HT: 6-5WT: 320POS: OTGP 13GS 13Has risen more than any prospect this season and may not be done. Brought in as a guard, Robinson started at left tackle in the SEC as a redshirt freshman and held his own. This year, he was dominant, with increased strength making him closer to that complete package at tackle. He moves really well, with a powerful lower half that makes him tough to push backward; he has long arms and delivers a punch. He gets a good push in the run game and can get out in front. Could become a special player at tackle.

PREVIOUS RANK: 12 | PLAYER CARD
10 Teddy Bridgewater *AGE: 21DOB: 11/10/92HT: 6-3WT: 218POS: QBComp 268Att 382Pct 70.2Yds 3,523TD 28Int 4He drops a little on my board this week after more time to review, but he's still almost certain to go in the top-five range if he comes out. Bridgewater is poised and smart and is the guy most regularly making NFL throws with timing and anticipation in this class. He has a good blend of arm strength to drive the ball into tight windows and the sense of when to take some heat off the ball. He's very catchable. He moves his eyes quickly and often scans the whole field. When he sees a target, he has a quick release, plenty of arm strength and good ball placement.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 7 | PLAYER CARD
11 Louis Nix III *AGE: 22DOB: 7/31/91HT: 6-3WT: 326POS: DTTkl 27Sack 0Int 0A rare commodity, Nix is occasionally moved too easily and loses gap control, but at his best he has the rare size and strength to handle a zero-technique role, keeping multiple blockers occupied and eating up two gaps while making life easy for linebackers cleaning up against the run. But he's not limited to that because he can really move, at least a lot better than you would expect from a player his size. He's not incapable of getting upfield into the pocket.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 10 | PLAYER CARD
12 Timmy Jernigan *AGE: 21DOB: 9/24/92HT: 6-2WT: 298POS: DTTkl 44Sack 5.0Int 0Has great quickness for a man his size and a great sense for how to disrupt the run game in particular. He could be quicker off the snap -- maybe it's just anticipation -- but he makes up for it. Once he's in motion, he has good burst, power and improved hand use to free himself. He's a former defensive end who brings a lot of quickness to the inside. He moves easily and can occasionally shoot gaps or move laterally and scrape with pace to get down the line.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 16 | PLAYER CARD
13 Eric Ebron *AGE: 20DOB: 4/10/93HT: 6-4WT: 245POS: TERec 55Yds 895Avg 16.3TD 3A constant matchup problem, and every offense wants one. He has the length and flexibility to haul in anything you throw his way, can be split out and can make plays after the catch. Has the size to overwhelm cornerbacks and most safeties, good burst and above-average straight-line speed. He can go up and get the ball and does a good job of catching it with his hands away from his body. Great body control allows him to haul in errant throws. A QB's best friend.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 11 | PLAYER CARD
14 Johnny Manziel **AGE: 21DOB: 12/6/92HT: 6-0WT: 206POS: QBComp 270Att 391Pct 69.1Yds 3,732TD 33Int 13Based on talk he would enter the draft, I did a full breakdown on Manziel. Take a look at that. He sees the whole field, has tremendous touch and would deliver strikes with more velocity if he kept his feet underneath him consistently. Height will always be a question, but he has proved it won't stop him.

PREVIOUS RANKING: No. 13 | PLAYER CARD
15 Vic Beasley *AGE: 21DOB: 7/8/92HT: 6-3WT: 235POS: LBTkl 35Sack 12.0Int 0Once a running back, he has the kind of quickness and foot speed you would associate with that position. But he's also extremely powerful in the lower half and can use that leverage to drive a tackle into the backfield. Beasley also has a good variety of pass-rushing skills; he does a good job of ripping his arm through and turning the corner with a good bend. Exciting prospect because the ceiling could be very high.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 14 | PLAYER CARD
16 Ryan Shazier *AGE: 21DOB: 9/6/92HT: 6-2WT: 225POS: OLBTkl 133Sack 6.0Int 0Versatile, quick, instinctive and a strong tackler, Shazier can do pretty much everything. He anticipates, plays sideline to sideline and will track tight ends and running backs in coverage with the burst and agility to stay with them. In the mold of a Lavonte David, Shazier is a linebacker who looks like an oversized safety but does a great job of tracking and making tackles from the weak side.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 15 | PLAYER CARD
17 Brett Hundley **AGE: 20DOB: 6/15/93HT: 6-3WT: 222POS: QBComp 232Att 342Pct 67.8Yds 2,845TD 22Int 9Nothing new until we know what he'll do. Hundley could return to college, which would put another damper on the QB class. He is supremely gifted when it comes to raw tools. His arm strength is obvious, and he might be ahead of schedule as an improviser when things break down. He'll just want to improve his command on throws; he is accurate but can be erratic with ball placement. He does a good job and is ahead of schedule with his pocket presence, his ability to climb instead of retreat and his sense of how to move away from pressure with his eyes downfield.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 17 | PLAYER CARD
18 Ifo Ekpre-Olomu *AGE: 20DOB: 7/10/93HT: 5-10WT: 190POS: CBTkl 78Sack 0Int 3I haven't adjusted my scouting report on him at all this season, as he has continued to play well and show great traits for the position. Explosive out of his backpedal and a willing hitter, he plays with the physical nature of a strong safety when he tackles. He anticipates well, cracks down on plays in front of him, has really good reaction skills and can put his foot in the ground and jump routes. Knows how to break up passes without drawing flags.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 18 | PLAYER CARD
19 Carlos Hyde AGE: 22DOB: 9/20/91HT: 6-0WT: 242POS: RBAtt 183Yds 1,408Avg 7.7TD 14Close to unique in this class, Hyde has a great combination of elite size for the position plus quick feet and an ability to accelerate quickly through the hole. He's devastating on the second level because he has a downhill style that makes him a punishing runner who can run through and bounce off contact. Has above-average hands and can catch what you throw his way.

PREVIOUS RANKING: No. 19 | PLAYER CARD
20 Taylor LewanAGE: 22DOB: 7/21/91HT: 6-8WT: 308POS: OTGP 12GS 12Put together a steady year in a tough situation with a lot of inexperience around him. Maintains the first-round grade he had at this time last season. Lewan is long, with above-average athleticism. He has added power, strength in his lower half and a mean streak as a run-blocker, and he moves and kicks out well in pass protection. Lewan can slow down the game (in a good way) with his awareness and experience.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 20 | PLAYER CARD
21 Justin Gilbert AGE: 22DOB: 11/7/91HT: 6-0WT: 200POS: CBTkl 40Sack 0Int 6Has put together a great season after a subpar 2012. Was clearly motivated. Has short-area quickness to adjust to routes and the open-field speed to run with (or past) any receiver. Has the size to jam at the line and can then flip his hips and run; he rarely allows much separation. Good ball skills and hands, evident both in coverage and the return game. Squarely back into the first-round mix.

PREVIOUS RANK: 21 | PLAYER CARD
22 Cyrus Kouandjio *AGE: 20DOB: 7/21/93HT: 6-6WT: 311POS: OTGP 12GS 12Has the massive size, long arms and good feet that in part define the best at the position. When he puts it all together, he can dominate. Just needs to be consistent. Has the long reach to keep rushers at bay but needs to use his arms to punch a little better and get pass-rushers off balance. A really good run-blocker, he's only going to get stronger. Needs to stay balanced and use his hands better to fulfill his potential. Could be drafted before he turns 21.

PREVIOUS RANKING: No. 22 | PLAYER CARD
23 Ha Ha Clinton-Dix *AGE: 20DOB: 12/21/92HT: 6-1WT: 208POS: STkl 44Sack 0Int 2A center fielder who can make plays to the foul poles. (I'm a baseball fan.) Clinton-Dix is instinctive and fluid. He reads the quarterback well and can accelerate or turn quickly to make plays in any direction. What he isn't yet is very physical. I wouldn't call him a "big hitter" at this point, but that's not such a bad thing because the way the position is played is changing and you need great coverage more than an enforcer.

PREVIOUS RANK: No. 23 | PLAYER CARD
24 Trent Murphy AGE: 22DOB: 12/22/90HT: 6-6WT: 261POS: LBTkl 58Sack 14Int 1A versatile edge defender who can stand up and rush the passer or drop into coverage but can also play with his hand on the ground and push the tackle or get by him with decent bend. Plays with a great motor and intelligence to sniff out slower-developing plays. A strong finisher when he has a ball carrier or QB in his sights.

PREVIOUS RANKING: 24 | PLAYER CARD
25 Darqueze Dennard AGE: 22DOB: 10/10/91HT: 5-11WT: 197POS: CBTkl 59Sack 0Int 4Versatile and skilled in almost any area of coverage, Dennard can play up and redirect routes or off in zone and make plays in front of him. He'll play a really tight man-to-man, and he turns his head well to avoid penalties that could be called if he didn't show ball awareness based on how tight he can play in coverage. Has a nice burst and will rush the passer effectively when asked to blitz. Good tackler.
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Old 12-19-2013, 06:57 AM   #2
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Once again no Andrew Luck in this years draft as Kiper and McShay are putting the top QB's in the 10-20 range. Do teams go TrueFan and take the higher rated player or do they go SmartFan and take a QB at the top of the draft over a higher rated prospect at a different position. It will be interesting to see.
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Old 12-19-2013, 09:37 AM   #3
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I know I'm going to sound like an asshole.....but can you format that a little better? Or just provide the link?
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Old 12-19-2013, 10:13 AM   #4
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I know I'm going to sound like an asshole.....but can you format that a little better? Or just provide the link?
Yeah, I know it looks shitty. I'll try to update later. It's from ESPN insider and the link wouldn't work unless you are an insider already.
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Yeah, I know it looks shitty. I'll try to update later. It's from ESPN insider and the link wouldn't work unless you are an insider already.
Well...just a heads up but I'm not sure the mods approve the posting "paid insider" information.
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These ratings will all change between now and the draft.
I hope that the teams at the top of the draft avoid the QBs. That way one, not named Manziel, will fall to us.
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I hope that the teams at the top of the draft avoid the QBs. That way one, not named Manziel, will fall to us.
I would like Watkins or Lee to drop to the Chiefs.
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The question is - What great player is going to drop to the Chiefs 1st round pick (32 overall)?
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