North Carolina OT James Hurst (#68 pictured) is one of the top prospects for the 2014 NFL Draft
Although he lacks size and girth, Hawaii's John Hardy-Tuliau ranks as one of the better special teams prospects available for the 2014 NFL Draft.
A former USA Today Defensive Player of the Year out of the state of Florida, Florida State's LeMarcus Joyner (#20 pictured breaking up a pass vs. BYU in 2010) has played all over the Seminoles defensive backfield in his three-year stint with the team.
He’s been a starter since his true freshman season, and Linder’s (#65 pictured) game-day acumen is a big reason for his success.
One of college football’s best athletes, Virginia Tech’s Kyle Fuller (#17 pictured) is looking to follow in the footsteps of his older brother, Vincent, and one day get a shot in the NFL.
Considered Marshall's best offensive lineman going into the season, Scott (#76 pictured) suffered through an injury-riddled junior campaign.