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Bucky Brooks' best NFL team fits for high-profile draft prospects

In advance of the 2014 NFL Draft, Bucky Brooks is examining the best team fit for one high-profile prospect each week.

Derek Carr

With NFL bloodlines, as well as an enticing combination of arm talent and athleticism, this quarterback has what it takes to be a true difference maker at the professional level.
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Mike Evans

Size, speed, strength, route-running ability -- this wide receiver has it all. Johnny Manziel's favorite target at Texas A&M is capable of being an effective weapon in any NFL scheme.
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Aaron Donald

The most dominant defender in college football last fall has the quickness, burst, snap-count anticipation and playmaking ability to absolutely terrorize opponents from the 3-technique position.
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Odell Beckham

In a draft full of promising receivers, there's just something about this versatile playmaker that screams superstar. The LSU product boasts the speed and elusiveness to produce fireworks at the drop of a hat.
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Eric Ebron

The top-rated tight end in this year's class is absolutely dynamic with the ball in his hands. Teams in need of a big body in the middle of the field likely will have their eyes on the North Carolina product.
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Johnny Manziel

The 2012 Heisman winner's overall talent and "it" factor make him one of the gems of the 2014 NFL Draft. Teams at the top of the board must consider him as a franchise guy, despite various concerns.
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Teddy Bridgewater

A disappointing pro day might have some NFL execs concerned, but the QB's game tape at Louisville shows a deadly accurate pocket passer who exhibits exceptional judgment, poise and leadership skills.
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Ha Ha Clinton-Dix

To win in today's NFL, defenses need a safety who can do it all, from covering tight ends and slot receivers to stopping the run -- which means the Alabama product is just what the doctor ordered. 
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Khalil Mack

The Buffalo linebacker is blazing through the pre-draft season as one of the hottest prospects around -- but that doesn't necessarily mean he can just be stuck in any defensive scheme and expected to thrive. 
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Justin Gilbert

NFL teams have always desired cornerbacks with size, speed and scheme versatility. That's why a number of franchises would love to add the Oklahoma State playmaker who lit up the combine.
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Blake Bortles

The signal-caller from Central Florida has serious potential to develop into a franchise player, though he's not quite ready to start -- which makes for some intriguing possibilities.
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Sammy Watkins

The 2014 NFL Draft is extremely deep and talented at wide receiver, and the Clemson product is the cream of the crop. Where will the playmaker end up in May?
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Jadeveon Clowney

Despite facing some criticism in his final college season, Clowney might be the most hyped pass-rushing prospect ever. Which team is in the best position to take advantage of his abilities?
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