2014 NFL Draft: Impact Players Who Can Be Had Outside of the First Round

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2014 NFL Draft: Impact Players Who Can Be Had Outside of the First Round
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An impact player doesn’t have to be the best prospect a team secures on draft day or the most coveted prospect it hopes to land with its draft picks. An impact player is a player who can provide a spark during a drive, a game or a whole season thanks to a special skill set that can help decide the team’s fate.

While many of those impact players can be found in Round 1 (Sammy Watkins, Eric Ebron and Jadeveon Clowney to name a few), there are a handful of prospects teams can hope to secure after the first 32 picks who can still trigger excitement and big plays in the NFL. Here are eight of those potential impact prospects.

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