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Johnny Manziel is the preeminent lightning rod in the entire 2014 draft class, and in 2013, he's proven to be much more than a polarizing scrambler quarterbacking a super-talented team.
He's made an assortment of NFL-caliber throws in his redshirt sophomore season with the Aggies and has continued to impress with his open-field speed and natural scrambling ability.
While Manziel probably won't be able to run around as much in the pros as he does in college, he's a special athlete with above-average pocket-passing ability.
His production in the SEC can't be ignored, either.
Though somewhat diminutive at around 6'0'', there's no questioning his passion or competitiveness.
There will be plenty of disagreement on Manziel's NFL upside, but he's an exceptionally unique quarterback prospect, so it will be extremely difficult to peg how good he can actually be.