Full is of 2014 NFL Draft early entries by school

Apr 25, 2013; New York, NY, USA; A general view of the exterior of Radio City Music Hall before the 2013 NFL Draft. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

On Sunday morning, the NFL announced the full list of 102 early entries for the 2014 NFL Draft, which blew away the previous record. For those who are looking to get a look at the underclassmen available in this year’s draft, the full list (organized by college) is available below:

Alabama:  defensive back Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, tackle Cyrus Kouandijo, defensive end Jeoffrey Pagan, defensive back Vinnie Sunseri, linebacker Adrian Hubbard (graduated).

Alabama-Birmingham:  running back Darrin Reaves.

Alabama State:  running back Isaiah Crowell, receiver Jamel Johnson.

Arizona:  running back Ka’Deem Carey.

Arizona State:  defensive end Carl Bradford (graduated).

Auburn:  running back Tre Mason, tackle Greg Robinson.

Ball State:  receiver Willie Snead.

Baylor:  running back Lache Seastrunk.

Bethune-Cookman:  defensive back Nick Addison, tackle Terrance Hackney.

Boise State:  defensive end Demarcus Lawrence.

Boston College:  defensive back Albert Louis-Jean.

Brown:  running back John Spooney.

California:  running back Brendan Bigelow, linebacker Khairi Fortt, defensive back Kameron Jackson, defensive end Chris McCain, defensive tackle Viliami Moala, tight end Richard Rodgers.

Central Florida:  quarterback Blake Bortles, running back Storm Johnson.

Clemson:  defensive back Bashaud Breeland, receiver Martavis Bryant, receiver Sammy Watkins.

Colorado:  receiver Paul Richardson.

Colorado State:  running back Kapri Bibbs.

Connecticut:  linebacker Yawin Smallwood.

Florida:  defensive end Ronald Powell, defensive back Louchez Purifoy, defensive back Marcus Roberson.

Florida State:  receiver Kelvin Benjamin, running back Devonta Freeman, defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan, running back James Wilder.

Fresno State:  receiver Davante Adams.

Indiana:  receiver Cody Latimer.

Jacksonville State:  defensive back Pierre Warren.

Louisiana State:  receiver Odell Beckham, running back Alfred Blue, defensive tackle Ego Ferguson, running back Jeremy Hill, defensive tackle Anthony Johnson, receiver Jarvis Landry, guard Trai Turner.

Louisville:  defensive back Calvin Pryor, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.

McNeese State:  tight end Nic Jacobs.

Mississippi:  receiver Donte Moncrief.

Missouri:  defensive end Kony Ealy, running back Henry Josey.

New Mexico State:  receiver Austin Franklin.

North Carolina:  center Russell Bodine, tight end Eric Ebron.

North Carolina State:  defensive tackle Carlos Gray.

Notre Dame:  running back George Atkinson, tight end Troy Niklas, defensive tackle Louis Nix, defensive end Stephon Truitt.

Ohio State:  defensive back Bradley Roby, linebacker Ryan Shazier.

Oklahoma State:  receiver Josh Stewart.

Oregon:  tight end Colt Lyeria, defensive back Terrance Mitchell, running back De’Anthony Thomas.

Oregon State:  receiver Brandon Cooks, defensive end Scott Crichton.

Penn State:  receiver Allen Robinson.

Rutgers:  receiver Brandon Coleman.

San Diego State:  running back Adam Muema.

South Carolina:  defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, receiver Bruce Ellington, defensive back Victor Hampton, defensive tackle Kelcy Quarles.

South Florida:  defensive end Aaron Lynch.

Southern California:  tight end Xavier Grimble, receiver Marqise Lee, center Marcus Martin, defensive end George Uko, defensive back Dion Bailey (graduated).

Stanford:  tackle Cameron Fleming, defensive back Ed Reynolds, tackle David Yankey.

Syracuse:  running back Jerome Smith.

Texas A&M:  receiver Mike Evans, quarterback Johnny Manziel.

Texas Tech:  tight end Jace Amaro.

Tennessee:  tackle Antonio Richardson.

Tennessee State:  tight end A.C. Leonard.

Towson:  running back Terrance West.

Utah:  tight end Jake Murphy.

UCLA:  Guard Xavier Su’a-Filo.

Vanderbilt:  receiver Chris Boyd.

Washington:  running back Bishop Sankey, tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins.

Western Kentucky:  defensive back Jonathan Dowling.

Wyoming:  quarterback Brett Smith.

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