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Despite losing Jadeveon Clowney (and Kelcy Quarles) early to the NFL, the Gamecocks remain quite talented along the line of scrimmage and feature a new big man on campus in junior running back Mike Davis.
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J.J. Watt wants a mega-deal from the Texans, and given massive contracts received by other 2011 draft members, he has a pretty strong case. The problem: Houston holds all the leverage.
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Losing star pass rushers Michael Sam and Kony Ealy to the NFL would decimate most defenses. Missouri's extraordinary run of defensive linemen is in good hands with Markus Golden and Shane Ray, however. They top the Tigers' list of NFL prospects.
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There are hundreds of small schoolers on the NFL radar who have an uphill climb to impress pro scouts and prove they're worthy of a draft pick next spring. Harvard defensive end Zach Hodges is up for the challenge and doesn't worry about getting overlooked.
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Seeking a team-record fifth consecutive bowl appearance, the Bulldogs offer some intriguing talent for NFL scouts, including junior Benardrick McKinney, one of the most athletic linebackers in the country.
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The worst is now reality for the Ohio State Buckeyes: quarterback Braxton Miller is done for the 2014 season. A redshirt is possible, but Miller has long felt ready for the NFL and it seems unlikely that he would return to college and risk further injury
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All-SEC safety Cody Prewitt and QB Bo Wallace make up two of the top NFL prospects for Ole Miss, but there is a potential breakout candidate among seniors that scouts are anxious to see this year, as well.
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Senior left tackle La'el Collins tops the list of LSU's NFL prospects but given that the Tigers have watched 17 players with eligibility leave early for a chance at the pros, who else should fans (and scouts) already be watching?
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As the NFLDraftScout.com staff pored over game tape this summer, it became apparent that despite a record 107 underclassmen leaving early for the NFL, the shelves remain quite stocked with talent. In fact, with even greater talent at the premium positions of quarterback, pass rusher and offensive tackle, the 2015 NFL Draft could actually prove even richer than last year's haul.
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Too early for a 2015 Mock Draft? Of course. But regardless of the calendar date, it's an interesting exercise to preview the prospects viewed as possible first round draft picks
 

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