Joe Mazzulo’s 2014 NFL Draft Offensive Rankings

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With the Combine around the corner and pro days following in March/April,  here is an early look at the offensive landscape of the 2014 NFL Draft class. This is not necessarily an order in which I believe these players will come off of the board, but more or less a general ranking of which players I believe stand the best chance at achieving NFL success regardless of the situation they’re drafted into, as well as where I believe their final draft status will end up. My defensive rankings will be out early next week and as the draft approaches I will be releasing more in depth and analytical breakdowns of individual positions, follow me on twitter @JoeMazzulo for updates…..

Quarterback


1. Teddy Bridgewater - Louisville - Top 5
2. Johnny Manziel - Texas A&M - Top 5
3. Blake Bortles – Central Florida - Top 10
4. Derek Carr – Fresno State - Late 1st round
5. A.J. McCarron – Alabama – Early 4th round
6. David Fales – San Jose State – Late 4th round
7. Jimmy Garoppolo – Eastern Illinois – 5th round
8. Zach Mettenberger – Louisiana State – 5th round
9. Brett Smith – Wyoming – 6th round
10. Aaron Murray – Georgia – 6th round

Running Back


1. Tre Mason – Auburn – Mid 2nd round
2. Carlos Hyde – Ohio State – Mid 2nd round
3. Bishop Sankey – Washington – 3rd round
4. Ka’Deem Carey – Arizona – 3rd round
5. Storm Johnson – Central Florida – 3rd round
6. Jeremy Hill – Louisiana State – 3rd round
7. Lache Seastrunk – Baylor – 3rd round
8. Devonte Freeman – Florida State – 4th round
9. Charles Sims – West Virginia – 4th round
10. Kapri Bibbs – Colorado State 4th round

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