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Johnny Manziel, of Texas A&M, declared for the NFL draft Wednesday morning.
Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M
Johnny Manziel figures to be in the top five quarterbacks taken, but it is unclear how high or low he will go. He's on the honorable mention list because the arm strength of Teddy Bridgewater and Blake Bortles puts them ahead of Manziel in that regard.
Marqise Lee, WR, Southern Cal
Marqise Lee will make a great slot receiver in the NFL, but he is lower than Sammy Watkins and Jordan Matthews because of his size. He has great speed, but Watkins and Matthews have the ability to play in the slot or on the outside.
Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M
Mike Evans has great size and speed, but his consistency is questionable. He had big games against Auburn and Alabama, but he only had three other games in which he went over 100 yards receiving. Against Missouri, he had four catches for eight yards, and against LSU, he had only four catches for 51 yards.
Cyrus Kouandjio, OL, Alabama
Cyrus Kouandjio is a big offensive lineman who will also have a great NFL career. He is draft eligible this year and will likely go in the first round if he chooses to enter the draft. The only reason he isn't on my list is because of his struggles in the Sugar Bowl against Oklahoma, in which quarterback AJ McCarron was sacked seven times.
Khalil Mack, LB, Buffalo
Khalil Mack will be very good off the edge and rushing the quarterback, fitting nicely in the 3-4 defensive scheme. The reason he is off my list is because of the schedule he faced. Anthony Barr faced a much tougher schedule in the Pac-12.