2014 NFL Draft Big Board: Post scouting combine

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With the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine in the books, draft season is in full swing and we will begin seeing where players will be ranking among the rest of the prospects in the draft class. Every week the latest buzz will let us know the risers and fallers of the class, which will be reflected in our weekly big board.

While each team and draftnik in the scouting community will have their own Big Board, we want to provide you with our own look at the 2014 draft class.

There is little doubt that South Carolina star Jadeveon Clowney is the top prospect in this year’s draft, but who are some of the other top players that you should be keeping an eye on?

Here is a look at our initial Top 32 Big Board for the 2014 NFL Draft:

NOTE: Big Board does not reflect where a player is predicted to be drafted. It is an indication of personal rankings.

Ranking
Name
Position
School
1. Jadeveon ClowneyDESouth Carolina
2. Greg RobinsonOTAuburn
3. Sammy WatkinsWRClemson
4. Khalil MackLBBuffalo
5. Jake MatthewsOTTexas A&M
6. Blake BortlesQBCentral Florida
7. Anthony BarrLBUCLA
8. Teddy BridgewaterQBLouisville
9. Justin GilbertCBOklahoma State
10. Mike EvansWRTexas A&M
11. C.J. MosleyLBAlabama
12. Marqise LeeWRUSC
13. Zack MartinOTNotre Dame
14. Taylor LewanOTMichigan
15. Aaron DonaldDTPittsburgh
16. Kony EalyDEMissouri
17. Timmy JerniganDTFlorida State
18. Eric EbronTENorth Carolina
19. Louis Nix IIIDTNotre Dame
20. Darqueze DennardCBMichigan State
21. Calvin PryorSLouisville
22. Ha'Sean Clinton-DixSAlabama
23. Ra'Shede HagemanDTMinnesota
24. Stephon TuittDENotre Dame
25. Dee FordOLB/DEAuburn
26. Jason VerrettCBTCU
27. Ryan ShazierOLBOhio State
28. Cyrus KouandjioOTAlabama
29. Johnny ManzielQBTexas A&M
30. Bradley RobyCBOhio State
31. Brandin CooksWROregon State
32Jimmie WardSNorthern Illinois

What are your thoughts on the current rankings and are there any surprises on the list? Sound off in the comments section below with your thoughts.

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