NFL Draft 2014: Where Top Quarterbacks, Running Backs Are Projected to Go

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NFL Draft 2014: Where Top Quarterbacks, Running Backs Are Projected to Go
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Has Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater truly done enough to be the 11th quarterback to go No. 1 overall since 2000.

It is still very early in the NFL draft process, but that won't stop 28 teams from wondering what might be coming their way in May. Heck, even the NFL's Final Four might be dreaming of some collegiate reinforcements with their Super Bowl hopes still in play.

Following is take a look at the biggest names at quarterback and running back that will be in the draft pool, surveying a few of the available early rankings out there on the web right now. A lot will change when these players start the bulk of their pro auditions, but most of us might as well get started sooner rather than later.

Why hone in on the quarterbacks and running backs here? It's because those positions stand to be the stand-alone ones that are single-man game-changers for teams. We look at who those might be and where the early draft rankings have them slotted.

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