Now that I've had the opportunity to study more tape and eyeball every top prospect in person at the NFL Scouting Combine, I've made a few notable changes to my Top 50 prospects list.
Influenced by some late-season tape I watched, perhaps the most notable change comes at quarterback, where Teddy Bridgewater's consistency as a decision-maker and his accuracy inside the pocket pushed him slightly ahead of Johnny Manziel.
Two big movers on my list are defensive tackle Aaron Donald and wide receiver Odell Beckham. Both players were consistently dominant on tape and had exceptional combine workouts. Alabama OT Cyrus Kouandjio is one of the prospects that took a dramatic fall down my board. I was very high on him coming into the season but he disappointed on tape this fall and he had a very poor showing in Indianapolis, where medical concerns about his knee reportedly surfaced.
Now that we have official height/weight/speed on the majority of the 2014 draft class, I wouldn't anticipate much change to my Top 50 list going forward.
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