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Which Prospects Are Benefiting Most from Extended 2014 Draft Process?
Keith Srakocic

The NFL draft was pushed back a few weeks this season. What was normally a late-April event has turned into a mid-May affair, allowing for a few more weeks of draft analysis to transpire as a result.

The more time we have ahead of the draft, the more there is to dissect prospects. In many cases, prospects have been torn down and built back up multiple times.

Other prospects have benefited from a long draft process. Some have steadily risen for months, the extra few weeks a chance to continue rising. Others have been shunted into the spotlight over the past couple of weeks, when the draft should have transpired.

Who are some of the incoming rookies who have benefited from the extended draft process? Click through to find out.

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