2014 NFL Draft: The Most Overlooked Player at Every Position

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2014 NFL Draft: The Most Overlooked Player at Every Position
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UCLA wide receiver Shaquelle Evans is among the most overlooked players in this year's draft.

All NFL draft coverage is not created equal. While star prospects like Jadeveon Clowney, Teddy Bridgewater and Johnny Manziel have received more attention than they’ve probably wanted leading up to this year’s event, there are many other prospects whose talents are getting overlooked.

Some of those players have skill sets that warrant more attention than they're getting. Sometimes, those players go on to have great success in the NFL; just ask 2000 sixth-round pick Tom Brady or 2009 undrafted free agent Arian Foster.

In a draft class that Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert has said is "as deep across the board as any draft (he’s) seen in 30 years,” per Chase Goodbread of NFL.com, there are scores of players flying under the radar.

The following 15 prospects are among those who truly deserve more attention for their abilities to play their positions.

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