2014 NFL Draft: 5 Prospects Primed for Pro Bowl in Rookie Season

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2014 NFL Draft: 5 Prospects Primed for Pro Bowl in Rookie Season
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At the end of each NFL season, the league recognizes some of its best players in the Pro Bowl.

Voted on by coaches, fellow players and fans, athletes who are selected to the Pro Bowl are regarded as the elite in the NFL.

While veterans typically take up the majority of the spots on the roster, rookies are quickly becoming more and more likely to get named to the Pro Bowl after their first seasons.

In order to make the Pro Bowl after his rookie season, a player needs to have an impact on his team from Day 1.

While every team hopes that it is drafting a potential Pro Bowler with each of its draft picks, most rookies will not have that honor after their first season.

Here are five prospects who are primed for a Pro Bowl in their rookie seasons.

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