Breaking Down Teddy Bridgewater’s Chance of Being No. 1 Pick in 2014 NFL Draft

May 1, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

While the 2013 NFL draft drew record ratings and went off without a hitch, one of the biggest storylines radiating from Radio City Music Hall was that something was missing—the two best prospects in all of college football.
And it wasn’t because they decided to skip out on the festivities, either. They were true sophomores, players only two years out of high school, and thus ineligible to make the pilgrimage under the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement. 
Nearly every sports fan—no matter how laissez-faire they are in their fandom—knows of the first player, South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. He’s arguably the most famous defensive end in the world, a human highlight film that makes you want watch All-22 film until your eyes bleed.
The other top prospect isn’t as well known in the mainstream yet. But the fervor around Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is starting to pick up, and it’s only going...

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