Defensive end, junior, South Carolina
Clowney quite possibly may be the best defensive end to come out of college since Julius Peppers in 2002. Clowney is a scary pass rusher who has the speed to get into the backfield with ease and the strength to punish opposing players (see: his bone-jarring tackle/forced fumble/one-handed fumble recovery against Michigan RB Vincent Smith in the 2013 Outback Bowl). He's a can't miss talent who will be the consensus top prospect in the 2014 Draft -- if he declares.(Credit: AP)
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