2014 NFL Draft - Big Board of LB Prospects

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Top 2014 NFL Draft LB Prospect Rankings

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  1. Dante Fowler Jr., OLB, Florida - 6'2 - 261
    Playing the "Buck" (rush end) position, Fowler was one of the few bright spots during an otherwise dismal 2013 season, making 10.5 tackles for losses with 3.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and 50 tackles. He looks lean for a defensive end, but has good balance, body control and quickness off the snap, showing adequate leverage strength. He is quick and agile on the move... Read More
  2. Eric Kendricks, ILB, UCLA - 6-0 - 232
    What a year it has been for the youngest member of his football family. Eric Kendricks ranked sixth in the nation, finishing second in the Pac-12 Conference with 149 tackles, as his 101 solo hits also pace the FBS ranks. He returned three interceptions for 58 yards and a sco... Read More
  3. Denzel Perryman, ILB, Miami - 5-11 - 242
    The Miami coaches decided to move this naturally physical hitter back to the middle, even though Denzel Perryman did produce a career-high 108 tackles as a weak-side linebacker in 2013. With 24 starts prior to his senior year, just five came from... Read More
  4. Benardrick McKinney, ILB, Mississippi State - 6-4 - 249
    The team's leading tackler with 71 hits, including eight behind the line of scrimmage this year, Benardrick McKinney was once rated the top middle linebacker eligible for the 2015 draft, but becoming a top-flight linebacker was not the original plan when the youngster joined the Read More
  5. Shaq Thompson, OLB, Washington - 6-2 - 231
    The best pure athlete in the Pac-12 Conference, Thompson is also rated as a linebacker, but with his incredible foot speed and ability to keep plays in front of him, he has drawn lots of comparisons to former Dallas great Darren Woodson, as those scouts also covet him as a strong safety. As a nickel back, he posted 74 tackles, 8.5 tackles for losses, three interceptio... Read More
  6. Ramik Wilson, ILB, Georgia - 6-2 - 237
    With Jordan Jenkins and Amarlo Herrera settling in on the outside, Ramik Wilsonconcentrated all year on middle linebacker... Read More
  7. Lorenzo Mauldin, OLB, Louisville - 6-4 - 243
  8. Stephone Anthony, ILB, Clemson - 6-2 - 245
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