From top to bottom, the 2014 draft is a very good class. Better than the 2013 group but not quite on par with the 2012 class, this year we see a crop of football players with tremendous potential.
The class is helped overall by the quarterbacks. Teddy Bridgewater, Blake Bortles, Johnny Manziel and Derek Carr all carry a first-round grade, as opposed to the 2013 class that had just one quarterback (EJ Manuel) drafted in the first round.
Outside of quarterback, there is fantastic depth at wide receiver and running back. You'll also notice another good group of offensive tackles, defensive ends and tight ends. No matter the needs of your team, this class has you covered.
Here are the top 300 players in the 2014 draft class, separated by position, from top to bottom.