Biggest 2014 College Football Recruit at Every Position

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Biggest 2014 College Football Recruit at Every Position

Possessing good size is important at every position on the football field. Quarterbacks must be able to see over the rush, linemen must be physically able to hold up in the trenches and cornerbacks must be able to match up with big receivers.

The 2014 recruiting class has prospects who have excellent size at every position. These recruits have the ability to stand out on the hoof, intimidate their opponents and also physically look like they're ready for the college game.

A defensive tackle weighs 350 pounds, while an offensive guard could approach the 400-pound mark soon. A running back prospect could outgrow his position, while a receiver is so big that he'll likely be moved to tight end in college.

Player evaluations are based on review of tape at Scout.comRivals247Sports and ESPNU.

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