2014 NFL Draft Positional Rankings

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Last Updated: 4/27/2014

1. Eric Ebron-North Carolina*

2. Jace Amaro-Texas Tech*

3. Austin Seferian-Jenkins-Washington*

4. C.J. Fiedorowicz-Iowa

5. Troy Niklas-Notre Dame*

6. Crockett Gillmore-Colorado State

7. Arthur Lynch-Georgia

8. Richard Rodgers-Cal*

9. Colt Lyerla-Oregon*

10. Jordan Najvar-Baylor

11. Marcel Jensen-Fresno State

12. Xavier Grimble-USC*

13. Jake Murphy-Utah*

14. Alex Bayer-Bowling Green

15. A.C. Leonard-Tennessee State*

16. Blake Annen-Cincinnati

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13 Responses to “2014 NFL Draft Positional Rankings”

  1. jay senters says:

    i think the browns should take a hard look at kenny guitten from ohio state,he has a rocket for a arm.and i could go on and on about him.but hesworth looking at and i know he wants to play football,i know urban has other plans for him ,but for god sake look at the guy!!!!!!

  2. jay senters says:

    i want you to take a look at kenny guitten out of ohio state!! ive been watching every college game and nfl game possible and ive never seen a better prospect

  3. JustinHigdon says:

    Jay, we have taken a few looks at Kenny Guiton, including detailed notes on two of his starts. All things Guiton can be found right here:

  4. Trey says:

    I’m shocked Ka Deem Carey is so low! Why is he so low?

    • I like his hands & elusiveness in the open field, but I believe that he is inconsistent pre-line of scrimmage & he lacks explosiveness as a runner. Mostly a one-speed back that won’t pull away from NFL defenders.

  5. Jeff says:

    No way is Manziel #1. He is a scrapper, tebow2 with a cocky attitude. Bridgewater, Carr or Hundley is the way to go.

  6. GoGetIt says:

    No Blake Bortles? He’s got to be pretty high on this FO’s list, I would guess top 3 possibly #1. His size, arm, pocket presence would be a great fit for this offense IMO.

  7. P says:

    Love that you guys have Beckham second. He’s second to Watkins on my list as well.

  8. Dave P says:

    Will you be doing an overall big board along with your positional rankings?

  9. wert says:

    People may think I am crazy, but I would try to get Watkins with pick number 4 and then another top receiver like Jarvis Landry (who likes to block too) at #26 or with the pick in the second round, and then take two good RB 3rd and 4th. I envision Watkins and Landry one side, Gordon on other, with Jordan at Y and a one back set. Quick screens to Watkins and all kinds of motion and runs. That will make ANY QB look great. You can pick up an efficient, competitive QB like Aaron Murray or Connor Shaw in the 3rd or 4th round. The rest of the draft I would fill in with best available OL/DL, LBers, DBs etc. That would be my plan, but if a great Defensive player or one of the top QBs drop to #26, I might take them there and then resume my plan with a WR in round two. Browns need offensive weapons to spread the field. Everyone is down on the QBs, but most the times the receivers are not getting open, except of course, Flash.

  10. zolto says:

    we’ll need to get an ilb now that dq was released and Robertson stinks. I’d like to see Watkins and mosely, if available, in rd 1. we need a stud guard and maybe get McCarron in rd 3??

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  12. I think we should pickup watkins 4th then get a db 26th like kyle fuller and get taj boy in the second round because of the chemistry between them.

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