Why DE Aaron Lynch Is a Better NFL Prospect Than Jadeveon Clowney

June 8, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney is the main topic of conversation when anyone talks about the 2014 NFL draft. Main-stream draft analysts like ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. and Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller have him ranked as their top rated player. Below is what Kiper had to say about Clowney on his initial Big Board:
"He’s destined to lead off a Big Board since he was a senior in high school. Clowney marries extraordinary physical talent with an effective and still-growing arsenal of pass-rushing skills. Sure, he can occasionally play a little high, which allows to teams to run at him, but he's going to continue to get stronger and improve technique. Let's not call him a prospect -- he's a highly productive player."
However, South Florida’s Aaron Lynch deserves to be in the discussion as the top prospect available for the 2014 draft. In fact, it’s entirely possible that Lynch could develop into a better pro player. He isn’t getting the same...

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