NFL Draft 2014 Underclassmen Early Entry List

NFL Draft 2014 Underclassmen Early Entry List

The end of college football’s regular season marks that time of year where underclassmen begin thinking about whether or not they will enter May’s 2014 NFL Draft.

NFL Draft LogoThe deadline for underclassmen to declare for the NFL Draft is Jan. 15, 2014. There is a three-day period after to rescind that and regain their college eligibility if they have not signed with an agent.

For a pro prospect to meet the NFL Draft eligibility requirement, he must be three years removed from high school and submit a written application to renounce his remaining college football eligibility. This includes redshirt sophomores and third and fourth-year juniors.

The following underclassmen have announced they will forego their collegiate eligibility for the NFL Draft 2014.

Declared Underclassmen as of Jan. 13, 2013

Offense

Quarterbacks

Blake Bortles – 6-4, 230 – UCF – Jr.
Teddy Bridgewater
- 6-3, 205 – Louisville – Jr.
Johnny Manziel – 6-1, 210 – Texas A&M – So.
Brett Smith
 - 6-3, 206 – Wyoming – Jr.

Running Backs

George Atkinson – 6-1, 210 – Notre Dame – Jr.
Kapri Bibbs
– 5-11, 203 – Colorado State – So.
Isaiah Crowell
 - 5-10, 190 – Alabama State – Jr.
Storm Johnson – 6-0, 215 – UCF – Jr.
Henry Josey – 5-10, 190 – Missouri – Jr.
Tre Mason –  5-10, 205 – Auburn – Jr.
Adam Muema – 5-10, 205 – San Diego State – Jr.
Darrin Reaves – 5-11, 210 – UAB – Jr.
Bishop Sankey – 5-10, 203 – Washington – Jr.
Lache Seastrunk – 5-10, 210 – Baylor – Jr.
Jerome Smith – 5-11, 213 – Syracuse – So.
De’Anthony Thomas – 5-9, 169 – Oregon – Jr.
Terrance West, 6-1, 220 – Towson – Jr.
James Wilder – 6-2, 229 – Florida State – Jr.

Receivers

Davante Adams – 6-2, 210 – Fresno State – So.
Odell Beckham – 6-0, 193 – LSU – Jr.
Kelvin Benjamin – 6-6, 220 – Florida State – So.
Chris Boyd - 6-3, 205 – Vanderbilt – Jr.
Martavis Bryant – 6-5, 200 – Clemson – Jr.
Brandon Coleman - 6-6, 220 – Rutgers – Jr.
Brandin Cooks – 5-10, 186 – Oregon State – Jr.
Bruce Ellington – 5-9, 196 – South Carolina – Jr.
Mike Evans – 6-5, 218 – Texas A&M – So.
Austin Franklin – 6-1, 210 – New Mexico State – Jr.
Jarvis Landry – 6-1, 195 – LSU – Jr.
Cody Latimer – 6-3, 215 – Indiana – Jr.
Marqise Lee – 6-0, 195 – USC – Jr.
Donte Moncrief – 6-3, 226 – Ole Miss – Jr.
Paul Richardson
– 6-1, 170 – Colorado – Jr.
Allen Robinson – 6-3, 210 – Penn State – Jr.
Willie Snead – 5-11, 193 – Ball State – Jr.
Josh Stewart
– 5-10, 185 – Oklahoma State – Jr.
Sammy Watkins – 6-1, 205 – Clemson – Jr.

Tight Ends

Jace Amaro – 6-5, 260 – Texas Tech – Jr.
Michael Flacco – 6-4, 255 – New Haven – Jr.
Xavier Grimble
– 6-5, 250 – USC – Jr.
Nic Jacobs – 6-4, 235 – McNeese State - Jr.
Eric Ebron
– 6-3, 250 – North Carolina – Jr.
A.C. Leonard – 6-4, 248 – Tennessee State – Jr.
Colt Lyerla – 6-5, 250 – Oregon – Jr.
Jake Murphy – 6-4, 252 – Utah – Jr.
Troy Niklas – 6-7, 260 – Notre Dame – Jr.
Richard Rodgers – 6-4, 245 – Cal – Jr.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins – 6-6, 276 – Washington – Jr.

Linemen

Russell Bodine – 6-4, 310 – North Carolina – Jr.
Cyrus Kouandjio – 6-6, 310 – Alabama – Jr.
Marcus Martin – 6-3, 310 – USC – Jr.
Tiny Richardson
– 6-5, 330 – Tennessee – Jr.
Greg Robinson – 6-5, 305 – Auburn – So.
Xavier Su’a-Filo – 6-3, 304 – UCLA – Jr.

Defense

Ends

Jadeveon Clowney – 6-6, 274 – South Carolina – Jr.
Scott Crichton – 6-3, 265 – Oregon State – Jr.
Kony Ealy – 6-5, 275 – Missouri – Jr.
Demarcus Lawrence – 6-3, 245 – Boise State – Jr.
Aaron Lynch – 6-6, 244 – South Florida – Jr.
Jeoffrey Pagan – 6-4, 290 – Alabama – Jr.
Stephon Tuitt - 6-6, 312 – Notre Dame – Jr.
George Uko – 6-3, 275 – USC – Jr.

Tackles

Ego Ferguson – 6-3, 309 – LSU – Jr.
Timmy Jernigan – 6-2, 300 – Florida State – Jr.
Anthony Johnson – 6-3, 294 – LSU – Jr.
Vilani Moala – 6-1, 340 – Cal – Jr.
Louis Nix
– 6-3, 335 – Notre Dame – Jr.
Kelcy Quarles – 6-3, 300 – South Carolina – Jr.

Linebackers

Khairi Fortt – 6-2, 240 – Cal – Jr.
Adrian Hubbard – 6-5, 250 – Alabama – Jr.
Ronald Powell – 6-4, 248 – Florida – So.
Ryan Shazier
– 6-2, 230 – Ohio State – Jr.
Yawin Smallwoood
– 6-2, 245 – UConn – Jr.

Cornerbacks

Dion Bailey - 6-0, 200 – USC – Jr.
Bashaud Breeland – 6-0, 185 – Clemson, Jr.
Vic Hampton
 - 5-10, 200 – South Carolina – Jr.
Kameron Jackson – 5-9, 175 – Cal – Jr.
Terrance Mitchell – 6-0, 189 – Oregon – Jr.
Bradley Roby
– 5-10, 195 – Ohio State – Jr.
Louchiez Purifoy – 6-0, 185 – Florida – Jr.
Marcus Roberson - 6-0, 178 – Florida – Jr.

Safeties

Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix – 6-1, 210 – Alabama – Jr.
Jonathan Dowling
– 6-3, 198 – Western Kentucky – Jr.
Calvin Pryor – 6-2, 208 – Louisville – Jr.
Vinnie Sunseri – 6-0, 210 – Alabama – Jr.
Pierre Warren – 6-2, 200 – Jacksonville State