2014 NFL Draft: Underclassmen with Most to Gain from Huge 2013-14 Campaign

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2014 NFL Draft: Underclassmen with Most to Gain from Huge 2013-14 Campaign
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The big names for the 2014 NFL Draft are quite clear. Seniors like quarterback Tajh Boyd and offensive tackles Jake Matthews and Taylor Lewan headline the class.

However, other big names are underclassmen. Jadeveon Clowney and Teddy Bridgewater are already being touted as top-five draft picks heading into their junior years.

For every Clowney and Bridgewater, however, there are many other sophomores and juniors who are under the radar, players who could very well be first-round draft picks if they have big college years and get noticed.

Those players listed here could make huge strides this college football season, and if that's the case they may hear their names called on day one of the draft in 2014.

 

All rankings are from CBS Sports, all stats are from ESPN

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