2014 NFL Draft Prospects: The Rundown

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Well folks, the college season is nearly at an end and it’s time to wrap up my series of NFL Draft prospects that you should know. There are a few players that I left out when the pieces were written that I’d like to highlight now but before I do that, I’d like to link everyone to all my previous pieces so they can be used as a reference for anyone who would like to use them. Especially me.



Nov 16, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Texas Tech Red Raiders tight end Jace Amaro (22) cannot catch a pass while defended by Baylor Bears safety Terrell Burt (13) and defensive back Sam Holl (25) in the second quarter at AT

Jace Amaro – 6’5 260lbs – Texas Tech

Amaro has had an incredible season this year. He is a match up nightmare for any team. Far too big for safeties and far too fast for linebackers, Amaro terrorizes the middle of the field. Amaro had 98 receptions for 1,240 yards and seven touchdowns. He isn’t going to turn scout’s heads with his blocking ability but that can be improved with some NFL coaching and some strength training. What will get scout’s attention is his remarkable speed for his size and reliable hands. Amaro had previously tweeted that he would be returning to Texas Tech for his senior season but word has it that he changed his mind, which is probably for the best. I don’t think that another year could improve his draft stock given how high it is at this time. Look for Amaro to be one of the first three tight ends off the board. He could be the first or he could be the third but will be a first round pick regardless of the order.

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