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Deepest Prospect Pools In The 2014 NFL Draft

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It is no stretch to suggest that Ohio State's Bradley Roby will be the No. 1 cornerback prospect in the 2014 NFL Draft. Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images.
It is no stretch to suggest that Ohio State's Bradley Roby will be the No. 1 cornerback prospect in the 2014 NFL Draft. Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images.

Best Prospect: Bradley Roby, CB

In a secondary with three potential first-round prospects, Bradley Roby is the standout. He is a gifted athlete, with terrific instincts and ball skills. And he's got the kind of speed that helps him close fast, pursue ballcarriers and run with the fastest receivers an offense can throw at him. Roby is likely to miss some time this season serving a yet-to-be determined suspension or some other punishment for an arrest following an alleged bar fight. Still, whatever time he's on the field will be spent disrupting plays; he has five interceptions and 23 pass breakups over the last two seasons.

Potential First-Round Picks

Ryan Shazier, OLB

C.J. Barnett, FS

Christian Bryant, SS

Other Top Prospects

Carlos Hyde, RB

Jack Mewhort, LT