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Stephen White | April 25, 2014

2014 NFL Draft scouting reports

Stephen White takes a deep dive into some of the top 2014 NFL Draft prospects with his scouting reports.

2014 NFL Draft scouting reports

Wrap it up, B!
Wrap it up, B!
Stephen White

Stephen White wraps up his player breakdowns ahead of the draft with a look back at the process, rankings and a bonus confession.

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Jadeveon Clowney
Jadeveon Clowney
DE, South Carolina

Stephen White puts the South Carolina pass rusher under the microscope. He's got some advice for the Houston Texans: Take Clowney.

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Khalil Mack
Khalil Mack
LB, Buffalo

His ceiling might not be as high as Jadeveon Clowney's, but Buffalo linebacker Khalil Mack is one of the most polished pass rushers in the 2014 NFL Draft. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White breaks down the tape.

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Aaron Donald
Aaron Donald
DT, Pittsburgh

Pitt's Aaron Donald may not be as well known as some of the other defensive prospects in this year's NFL Draft, but that's going to change. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White takes a closer look at one of the draft's best defensive linemen.

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Timmy Jernigan
Timmy Jernigan
DT, Florida State

The Florida State defensive tackle powered through college football, but it'll take more than muscle to make it at the next level. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White assesses Jernigan's future in the pros.

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Greg Robinson
Greg Robinson
OT, Auburn

Auburn's Greg Robinson has the all makings of the next great NFL offensive tackle, but he'll have to work on a few things before he gets there. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White examines Robinson's game.

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Jake Matthews
Jake Matthews
OT, Texas A&M

Greg Robinson may have the higher ceiling, but Jake Matthews can do a little bit of everything on day one. Retired defensive end Stephen White takes a closer look at the Texas A&M lineman.

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Sammy Watkins
Sammy Watkins
WR, Clemson

Some lucky NFL team is going to draft Sammy Watkins, and they'll be very pleased that they did. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White explains why Watkins is likely to be the first receiver picked in a draft loaded with talented pass catchers.

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Mike Evans
Mike Evans
WR, Texas A&M

Mike Evans is one of the top receivers in the draft. Can the Texas A&M standout learn to channel his temper to be productive in the NFL? Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White breaks down Evans' game.

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Anthony Barr
Anthony Barr
LB, UCLA

Anthony Barr may not be the best pass rusher in the 2014 NFL Draft, but he's got the kind of motor that will take him places. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White maps out the UCLA linebacker's future.

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Kony Ealy
Kony Ealy
DE, Missouri

The Missouri standout is seen by many as one of the top pass rushers in the 2014 NFL Draft. Not so fast, says retired NFL defensive end Stephen White.

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Taylor Lewan
Taylor Lewan
OT, Michigan

How does the Michigan offensive tackle compare to the others in the 2014 NFL Draft? Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White peels back the curtain for a closer look at Taylor Lewan.

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Kelvin Benjamin
Kelvin Benjamin
WR, Florida State

At 6'5, 240 pounds, wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin has the size to intimidate defensive backs at any level, but can he put it all together in the pros? Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White looks at the tape to see.

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Michael Sam
Michael Sam
DE, Missouri

Does Missouri defensive end Michael Sam have the moves to be a productive NFL pass rusher? Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White takes a look.

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Ra'Shede Hageman
Ra'Shede Hageman
DT, Minnesota

The Minnesota defensive tackle is sitting on some real potential, but is he miscast as a defensive tackle? Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White analyzes Hageman's future.

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Brandin Cooks
Brandin Cooks
WR, Oregon State

Brandin Cooks can burn up the track, but is there more to him than a 40 time? Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White wrestles with that question.

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Zack Martin
Zack Martin
OT, Notre Dame

The Notre Dame offensive lineman has the technique and toughness, but he might not be able to handle the tackle spot in the NFL. No worries, says retired NFL defensive end Stephen White.

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Dee Ford
Dee Ford
DE, Auburn

The Auburn defensive end once claimed to be the best pass rusher in the draft. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White heads to the film room for a little fact checking.

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Louis Nix III
Louis Nix III
DT, Notre Dame

Is he a nose tackle in a 3-4 or an inside guy in a 4-3? Maybe he can be both. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White breaks down Irish Chocolate.

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Marquise Lee
Marquise Lee
WR, USC

Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White turns his focus to the USC wide receiver.

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About the Author

Stephen_white

I'm a retired NFL player originally from Memphis, TN. Played college ball for Tennessee and professionally for the Bucs for six years and the Jets for one year.

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