2014 NFL Draft Positional Rankings
Colorado State’s Weston Richburg wins the tie-breaker for having a higher overall rating
Tennessee’s James Stone’s consistency issues make him a tough evaluation. At times he’s no worse than 3rd, but others he’s near the bottom
The last draftable prospect on the list is Harrison from Florida. New Mexico’s Dillon Farrell and Toledo’s Zac Kerin are borderline draft-worthy
Grand Valley State’s Matt Armstrong has medical flags that keep him from being draft-worthy, though his upside is high enough that he still ranks well. Hit the weight room hard, Mr. Armstrong!