2014 NFL Draft: Highlighting the Most Electric Prospects in This Year's Class

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2014 NFL Draft: Highlighting the Most Electric Prospects in This Year's Class
Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
Wide receiver Sammy Watkins has the potential to be an instant star on Sundays.

This May, over 300 NFL draft prospects will sit in green rooms and living rooms, waiting to get the call of their lives. But not all prospects are created equally. We are highlighting these players because they are the most electric prospects of the 2014 class.

In years past, young men like DeSean Jackson, Patrick Peterson and Mike Wallace have put their stamp on the NFL because of their innate ability to do things with the ball in their hands.

Speed, power and vision help, which is how guys like Marshawn Lynch and Adrian Peterson have risen to stardom. Lynch is certainly not the fastest running back in the league, but I’ll be damned if you can find a back more difficult to tackle. His will to earn extra yards is rare and fun to watch, no matter your fandom—coming from a Cardinals fan, it is both a pain and a joy to watch Lynch run, if that makes any sense.

The 2014 draft is deep in talent and packed with future stars. These are the most electric prospects the class has to offer.

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