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Analyzing likely replacements for 2014 ACC draft picks


The ACC had 42 draft picks in 2014, the second-most of any conference this year and the second-highest total in league history.

National-champion Florida State led the way with seven picks, and every league school had at least one player selected. There were five first-rounders, again the second-most among the conferences.

ACC schools will be important stops for NFL scouts again this fall, especially Florida State, which could -- not will or should, but could -- have as many as six first-rounders in 2015.

Here's a look at every ACC draft pick this year and who's in line to replace that player this fall.

Boston College

RB Andre Williams

LB Kevin Pierre-Louis

K Nate Freese

DE Kaleb Ramsey


WR Sammy Watkins

OT Brandon Thomas

CB Bashaud Breeland

WR Martavis Bryant

QB Tahj Boyd


CB Ross Cockrell

Florida State

WR Kelvin Benjamin

CB Lamarcus Joyner

NT Timmy Jernigan

S Terrence Brooks

RB Devonta Freeman

C Bryan Stork

OLB Telvin Smith

Georgia Tech

DE Jeremiah Attaochu

S Jemea Thomas

OLB Brandon Watts


FS Calvin Pryor

DE Marcus Smith

QB Teddy Bridgewater

ILB Preston Brown


G Brandon Linder

P Pat O'Donnell

OT Seantrel Henderson

North Carolina

TE Eric Ebron

DE Kareem Martin

C Russell Bodine

FS Tre Boston

CB Jabari Price

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North Carolina State

FS Dontae Johnson


DT Aaron Donald

QB Tom Savage

WR Devin Street


DT Jay Bromley

ILB Marquis Spruill

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OT Morgan Moses

DT Brent Urban

C Luke Bowanko

Virginia Tech

CB Kyle Fuller

QB Logan Thomas

CB Antone Exum

Wake Forest

WR Michael Campanaro

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