Players Who Helped or Hurt 2014 NFL Draft Stock in BCS National Championship

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Players Who Helped or Hurt 2014 NFL Draft Stock in BCS National Championship
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The Florida State Seminoles emerged victorious over the Auburn Tigers in the BCS National Championship, but several players on both sides boosted their NFL draft stock in the process.

As Tigers running back Tre Mason had a massive game, he and his top offensive lineman will see their stock soar. FSU's elite wide receiving corps saw two players secure big performances as well.

The two biggest boosts might have come along the teams' defensive fronts, as both Dee Ford and Timmy Jernigan turned in exemplary efforts.

Click on for a breakdown of how the NFL draft stock changed hands at the Rose Bowl.

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