North Carolina OT James Hurst (#68 pictured) is one of the top prospects for the 2014 NFL Draft.
James Sims looks to become the first Kansas running back drafted since June Henley was selected in the fifth round in 1997.
After transferring from Maryland, running back DJ Adams ran his way through the Big Sky Conference to earn first-team All-Conference and third-team All-American honors in his final season at Portland State.
One of the bigger punters in the draft, Clark’s strong leg may draw suitors on Day 3 of the 2014 NFL Draft.
Although he never recorded an interception in college, Auburn's Chris Davis certainly left his mark in the SEC.
Despite an injury-plagued senior campaign, Alabama’s Deion Belue brings value to teams needing cornerback help in the 2014 NFL Draft.