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When Florida State has the ball: Most eyes will be on Jameis Winston, but those interested in the draft will be watching Florida State's skill players, including all three of its running backs. James Wilder Jr. and Devonta Freeman are talented, but converted safety Karlos Williams has the most upside.
Receivers Kelvin Benjamin and Rashad Greene are both good prospects, although Benjamin's 6'5" frame and explosiveness make him especially intriguing. TE Nick O'Leary will make a push to be the fourth tight end taken.
OT Cameron Erving is a really interesting prospect who played as a defensive tackle in 2011 before switching to the offensive side and is now one of the better blindside protectors in the nation.
For Auburn, Dee Ford isn't the biggest defensive end, but he has some quickness and should give Florida State's offensive line issues. CB Chris Davis has also become a hot name since his big return against Alabama.
When Auburn has the ball: Tre Mason is shooting up boards after shredding Missouri's defense, but Greg Robinson is the best prospect in this entire game. The big left tackle has a ton of upside but is only a redshirt sophomore.
Florida State has a bunch of talent on the defensive side of the ball. Timmy Jernigan is an athletic defensive tackle who sets everything up for the Seminoles' two talented linebackers.
Christian Jones gets a little more attention, but Telvin Smith is also a heck of a player. Both have the versatility to play different positions in the NFL, so scouts will certainly be watching.
Also make sure to pay attention to LaMarcus Joyner, who has played both safety and cornerback and should play mostly corner against Auburn. Terrence Brooks is another good safety who will be on teams' radars.