2014 NFL Draft: Top Prospects Who Can Preserve Stock with Strong Finish

November 27, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFL draft's big board alters with every snap of the college football season. Those billed to get selected early in 2014 are most prone to seeing their stock dissected after every play.
It only takes one misstep from scouts to question a player's mental fortitude or physical prowess on the field. There are fewer processes as grueling as kids fighting for pro football jobs that are few and far between. 
With these players set to bolt for the NFL, they'll want to finish their college careers in style. Some need to redeem a previous blunder while others must prove their superb performance is the real thing.
QB Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M

Last Saturday, Johnny Manziel's Heisman hopes hit a screeching halt against LSU. 
The polarizing quarterback completed just 16 of his 41 passing attempts (39 percent) for 224 passing yards and two interceptions during a 34-10 loss.
Luckily he can quickly erase any poor memories of...

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