The 2014 NFL draft is complete, 256 picks from Jadeveon Clowney out of South Carolina to Mr. Irrelevant, Lonnie Ballentine out of Memphis.
Some of those picks fell from initial expectations, giving teams great value when they were finally snapped up.
Character or medical concerns caused some to fall from lofty draft projections, sometimes several rounds. Others simply were good talents that fell due to circumstance—the entire position being devalued or a lack of playing time because of other players ahead on the depth chart.
Which prospects were the biggest steals of the 2014 draft? Click through to find out.