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Where Does Moncrief Fall in NFL Draft Thursday

011314-underclassmen-cpWith the 2014 NFL Draft this Thursday, former college stars, including some Rebels, have high hopes of hearing their name called by one of the 32 teams.
Over recent years, the SEC has produced the best and most talent for the NFL. Some of this year’s top prospects have been SEC superstars.
HottyToddy.com offers our own humble projection of where a few familiar faces might be playing this fall.

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Jadeveon Clowney. Photo courtesy of first round gridiron.com

Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina defensive end is projected as a clear favorite to be the No. 1 pick in the draft to the Houston Texans. In a two-year career for the Gamecocks Clowney had 21 sacks, 33.5 tackles for loss and forced seven fumbles.
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Johnny Manziel. Photo courtesy of Google images

Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M, quarterback. is being looked at closely by a number of teams needing a quarterback, including the Cleveland Browns, Oakland Raiders and the Jacksonville Jaguars, picking fourth, fifth and sixth, respectively. Manziel electrified SEC fans with his big-play ability and uncanny talent for escaping the pass rush in his two seasons. As a redshirt-freshman, he won the Heisman trophy.
Jake Matthews, Texas A&M offensive tackle, may come off the table as high as the second pick to the St. Louis Rams.
Greg Robinson, Auburn offensive tackle, may land with the Cleveland Browns as the fourth pick.
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Mike Evans. Photo courtesy of Google.com

Mike Evans, Texas A&M wide receiver, is projected to go as high as the seventh overall pick to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Odell Beckham Jr., LSU Wide recover could easily find himself on the West Coast as a San Francisco 49er. The rich get richer as the 49ers pick eighth.
AJ McCarron
AJ McCarron

For former Alabama gunslinger AJ McCarron, there may be a little waiting. The cerebral QB looks to be a late first-round or second-round pick by a team looking for value at the quarterback position. His career in college speaks for its self with two national titles.
In this year’s draft, the SEC could account for six of the top ten players taken.
Ole Miss hopefuls waiting to receive a phone call from an organization this weekend include Donte Moncrief, Jeff Scott and offensive tackle Pierce Burton.
Donte Moncrief photo by Seph Anderson
Donte Moncrief is projected as a second-round pick. Photo by Seph Anderson

Moncrief, due to his outstanding NFL combine workout, could get the call as early as the mid-second round — possibly by the Minnesota Vikings or Philadelphia Eagles.
Jeff Scott is hoping for a late-round bid or possibly a free-agent opportunity. The former Ole Miss scat back is rated 58 out of 171 of running backs by one scouting organization.
—Adam Brown, sports editor of HottyToddy.com

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