The 2013 NFL draft's biggest story was the lack of skill players selected high in the draft. Only wide receiver Tavon Austin was selected in the top 10, and only one quarterback, EJ Manuel, was a first-round selection.
While the 2014 NFL draft has the best players in the offensive and defensive lines so far, much like last year, there are skill players looking to make an impact, both in college and at the next level.
The top five skill players in the draft encompass all the offensive positions, rather than just wide receiver, which the case appeared to be last year. All have their strengths and weaknesses, and as long as they address the weaknesses this year, all should be first-round selections.