With the 2013 NFL draft in the books, NFL teams and college prospects are already preparing for the 2014 NFL draft.
One of the reasons that the draft is so popular is that both college football fans and NFL fans are interested in the outcomes.
Fans in "SEC Country"—even if they couldn't give a hoot about any certain NFL team—still want to see Alabama or Georgia athletes go in the first round. An Oakland Raiders resident of the "Black Hole" may not give a flip about some Division II school in Appalachia, but if some corner runs a 4.25, he perks up quickly.
The next 11-plus months will offer plenty of storylines, arguments, rankings, big boards, mock drafts and more. For now, here's a helpful article as you fire up your DVR equipment and start tracking the best players eligible from the 2014 class.