Analyzing likely replacements for 2014 Big Ten draft picks


The Big Ten had 30 draft picks in 2014, the fourth-most of any conference this year and a 10-player jump from 2013.

Ohio State led the league with six picks, including two in the first round. The conference had four first-rounders, tied for third-most among the conferences. But Illinois and Northwestern had zero picks, as did Rutgers, which will be a Big Ten member this fall. Maryland, also new to the league, had just one player selected, as did league champ Michigan State.

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


WR Cody Latimer

TE Ted Bolser


TE C.J. Fiedorowicz

LB Christian Kirksey

LB Anthony Hitchens


CB Dexter McDougle


OT Taylor Lewan

OT Michael Schofield

WR Jeremy Gallon

Michigan State

CB Darqueze Dennard


DT Ra'Shede Hageman

CB Brock Vereen


CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste

G Spencer Long

WR Quincy Enunwa

Ohio State

LB Ryan Shazier

CB Bradley Roby

RB Carlos Hyde

OT Jack Mewhort

C Corey Linsley

SS Christian Bryant

Penn State

WR Allen Robinson

DT DaQuan Jones

G John Urschel


CB Ricardo Allen

OT Kevin Pamphile

Take a look at the best college players to watch in the fall.


S Dezmen Southward

LB Chris Borland

RB James White

WR Jared Abbrederis

NT Beau Allen

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