Nov 2, 2013; Fort Worth, TX, USA; TCU Horned Frogs cornerback Jason Verrett (2) during the game against the West Virginia Mountaineers at Amon G. Carter Stadium. West Virginia won 30-27. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Tyler McMullen’s Updated 2014 NFL Draft Player Rankings

Dec 1, 2012; Tulsa, Ok, USA; University of Central Florida Knights quarterback Blake Bortles (5) looks to make a pass during a game against the Tulsa Hurricanes at Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium. Tulsa defeated UCF 33-27 in overtime to win the CUSA Championship. Mandatory Credit: Beth Hall-USA TODAY Sports

With the 2014 NFL Combine wrapping up this past week, I figured it would be an excellent time to release my updated version of player rankings.

On the far right column we have the players stock according to our first edition. If a player’s stock has fallen it will read: Down. If it has risen it will read: Up. And if it has stayed the same it will read: Same. Quite simple!

Leave me some comments in the comment section to let me know what you think!


Blake Bortles Junior UCF Up
Teddy Bridgewater Junior Louisville Down
Johnny Manziel RS Sophomore Texas A&M Same
Derek Carr Senior Fresno State Same
Jimmy Garappalo Senior Eastern Illinois Up


Running Back:

Carlos Hyde Senior Ohio State Up
Tre Mason Junior Auburn Up
Bishop Sankey Junior Washington Same
Jeremy Hill Junior LSU Up
Ka’Deem Carey Junior Arizona Down



Trey Millard Senior Oklahoma Same
Ryan Hewitt Senior Stanford Up
J.C. Copeland Senior LSU Same


Wide Receiver:

Sammy Watkins Junior Clemson Same
Marqise Lee Junior USC Same
Mike Evans RS Sophomore Texas A&M Same
Brandin Cooks Junior Oregon St. Up
Odell Beckham Junior LSU Up
Allen Robinson Junior Penn State Down


Oct 13, 2012; Seattle, WA, USA; Washington Huskies tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins (88) catches a pass during the second half against the USC Trojans at CenturyLink Field. Southern California defeated Washington 24-14. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

Tight End:

Eric Ebron Junior UNC Same
Jace Amaro Junior Texas Tech Up
Austin Seferian-Jenkins Junior Washington Down
C.J. Fiedorowicz Senior Iowa Same
Troy Niklas Junior Notre Dame Up



Greg Robinson RS Sophomore Auburn Up
Jake Matthews Senior Texas A&M Down
Taylor Lewan Senior Michigan Up
Zack Martin Senior Notre Dame Up
Morgan Moses Senior Virginia Up



Xavier Su’a-Filo Junior UCLA Up
David Yankey Junior Stanford Same
Cyril Richardson Senior Baylor Down
Gabe Jackson Senior Mississippi State Same
Brandon Thomas Senior Clemson Up



Travis Swanson Senior Arkansas Same
Bryan Stork Senior Florida State Same
Marcus Martin Junior USC Up


Nov 23, 2013; Tallahassee, FL, USA; Florida State Seminoles defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan (8) during a play in the first half against the Idaho Vandals at Doak Campbell Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

Defensive Tackle:

Aaron Donald Senior Pittsburgh Up
Ra’Shede Hageman Senior Minnesota Same
Timmy Jernigan Junior Florida State Up
Louis Nix Junior Notre Dame Down
Stephon Tuitt Junior Notre Dame Down


Defensive End:

Jadeveon Clowney Junior South Carolina Same
Kony Ealy Junior Missouri Same
Scott Crinchton Junior Oregon St. Up
Trent Murphy Senior Stanford Down
Jackson Jeffcoat Senior Texas Up


Outside Linebacker:

Khalil Mack Senior Buffalo Up
Anthony Barr Senior UCLA Down
Ryan Shazier Junior Ohio State Same
Kyle Van Noy Senior BYU Up
Telvin Smith Senior Florida St. Up


Inside Linebacker:

C.J. Mosley Senior Alabama Up
Shayne Skov Senior Stanford Down
Chris Borland Senior Wisconsin Down
Christian Jones Senior Florida State Down
Yawin Smallwood Junior UCONN Up



Justin Gilbert Senior Oklahoma St. Up
Darqueze Dennard Senior Michigan State Down
Jason Verrett Senior TCU Same
Bradley Roby Junior Ohio State Same
Kyle Fuller Senior Virginia Tech Up
Lamarcus Joyner Senior Florida St. Up
Victor Hampton Junior South Carolina Up



HaHa Clinton-Dix Junior Alabama Same
Calvin Pryor Junior Louisville Up
Deone Bucannon Senior Washington State Down
Jimmy Ward Senior Northern Illinois Up
Terrence Brooks Senior Florida St. Up



Chris Boswell Senior Rice Same
Anthony Fera Senior Texas Same
Cody Parkey Senior Auburn Same



Pat O’Donnell Senior Miami Fla. Same
Kirby Van Der Kamp Senior Iowa State Same
Tom Hornsey Senior Memphis Same


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  • Johnny

    TE S-Jenkins, with his injury to be out atleast 8 weeks, could be a steal for someone to get him in the 3rd round… The Dolphins that is… Need a big body target for Tannehill… He’s got all short WRs and even his TE Clay is really short compared to the standard TE..

  • Johnny

    Also Guard…. Yankey is the most athletic and NFL ready to start immediately at Gaurd… Depending on if OT Zach Martin is there at 19, if not Yankey would be the pick… Not a sexy pick, but a necessary pick… And if T Martin falls to Maimi, he’d start immediately also, but at RT (with the Phins getting Monroe or Albert in FA at LT)… Also T Martin plays guard and tackle… So if he drops to Miami, it would be ideal because if his versatility to play 2 – 3 position on the OLine…
    So Martin would be a great pick at 19..

  • Johnny

    As for FA… I’d take Monroe over Albert at LT.. Monroe is only 26 and will be 27 yrs old by the season start… Their both “Franchise LTs”… Monroe is a bit more athletic.. And Albert has some red flags with law, but mostly injury and I think he’d be the type to get his big contract and not play full speed… Monroe is better pass blocker too…
    If the Phins can get Martin with the 19th pick, he’d start at RT (immediatly)
    Ideal situation would be Monroe at LT, Martin at RT, Pouncy at C.. And our kid Brenner playing one of the guard positions… That would leave us filling in at the other guard spot… Possibly Dallas or Jerry (if returns).. Also can throw Garner in the mix… And probably a 4th round guard in the draft…
    The great thing about Zach Martin is that he can also play guard if we resign Clabo.. And maybe offer McKinnie a 2 yr contract… (As back-up T and depth)
    If cheap enough…

    But first??? Get Monroe in FA… Unlike Albert, he can get tagged, but I don’t think Balt can afford that…

    So:::: 1. Monroe in FA
    and 2. Martin is drafted
    That will be the ideal situation… And solve both tackle positions, with versatility from Martinn to move to guard if needed…
    (Then maybe THill will get that extra 1.5 seconds to find his target) (and not get killed)