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Top 5 2014 NFL Draft prospects by position: Interior linemen

Here are my top five interior offensive linemen prospects for the 2014 NFL Draft:


Pre-draft events:
» Senior Bowl | NFL Scouting Combine | Pro days

Mock drafts:
» Davis: Carr is first QB selected; Manziel to Rams
» Brooks: Projecting first two rounds
» Huguenin: Texans would regret not taking QB
» Jeremiah: Surprise team takes a QB
» Goodbread: Diabolical duo for Detroit
» Smith: One of 'Big 3' QBs is going to slip
» Fischer: Bridgewater falls out of first round

Draft coverage:
» Tracking teams' interest in prospects | Draft rumors
» Record 30 prospects to attend 2014 draft
» Nolan Nawrocki's big board | Complete rankings
» Mayock's position-by-position prospect rankings
» Brooks' Big Board | Position rankings | Blog
» Daniel Jeremiah's top 50 draft prospects
» Gil Brandt's top 50 draft prospects
» College Football 24/7 Podcast: Latest draft buzz

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» Combine workouts: Top prospects go through drills

1. Xavier Su'a-Filo, UCLA

The most intriguing prospect at the position. Su'a-Filo shows impressive footwork and agility, yet is strong and stout at the point of attack.

2. Travis Swanson, Arkansas

Coaches love "plug and play" prospects capable of immediately making contributions as a starter. Swanson fits the bill as an experienced pivot with a polished overall game.

3. David Yankey, Stanford

Workmanlike game doesn't garner headlines from casual fans, but scouts appreciate his toughness and technical skills.

4. Cyril Richardson, Baylor

Struggles at the Senior Bowl left scouts wondering about his ability to handle speed and quickness at the line of scrimmage.

5. Weston Richburg, Colorado State

Richburg is soaring up the charts after his impressive showing at the Senior Bowl. The Colorado State standout impressed evaluators with his smarts and savvy, while also displaying better-than-anticipated short-area quickness and strength.

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