It’s been about 72-hours since the 2013 NFL Draft concluded, but since professional football is talked about 365 days a year, the 2014 draft is already a topic of conversation.
Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater very well may have been the top quarterback taken in the 2013 draft had he been eligible. College players can’t go pro until after their junior season.
Bucky Brooks of NFL.com published the top 30 draft eligible players in the 2014 draft, with Bridgewater coming in at No. 1. Below is an excerpt. Click here to see the entire top 30.
1) Teddy Bridgewater*, QB, Louisville: To observers not already familiar with the best pure passer in college football, the Sugar Bowl served as Bridgewater’s coming-out party. He displays elite arm strength, touch and accuracy, though he is most impressive as the unquestioned leader of the Cardinals.
2) Jadeveon Clowney*, DE, South Carolina: Clowney’s ferocious hit on Michigan running back Vincent Smith in the Outback Bowl made the South Ca...