Stock Up, Stock Down for Washington's Top Draft Targets

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Stock Up, Stock Down for Washington's Top Draft Targets
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Austin Seferian-Jenkins has seen his stock deteriorate recently.

Washington has many needs in the 2014 draft, and as such there has been a lack of clarity over who Jay Gruden should be taking, especially with the 34th overall pick.

Without playing a down of football, a player's draft stock can plummet. Whether it's off-field concerns, injury history or a lack of overall commitment to football, scouts and GMs will be removing names from their big boards at a mortifying rate.

Let's have a quick look at who has been mocked to Washington, who benefited from the extra two weeks before the draft and who will be feeling very nervous indeed.

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