Who Will Find the Gem?

This year’s 2014 NFL Draft is full of talent just waiting to be drafted. So the question is who will find the gem of the draft? As in, who will draft the player who will have the most success in the NFL. The draft consist of players like: Johnny Manziel, Teddy Bridgewater, Jadeveon Clowney, Sammy Watkins, Jake Matthews, Khalil Mack, Anthony Barr, among others. With many teams needing great, young players to step in right away and make an impact they have a great chance to find that player this year.

I believe the player who will have the most success will be wide receiver Sammy Watkins from Clemson. Whoever drafts this talent will find themselves with the gem of the draft. Watkins is an amazing athlete with a huge future ahead of him. Watkins could play special teams along with wide receiver. He’s extremely fast and has great hands. Watkins was very explosive at Clemson. Teams couldn’t slow him down. Watkins senior stats were quite impressive. He caught 101 passes for 1,464 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Watkins dominating teams with his speed and skill:

Look for Watkins to be Rookie of the Year and most likely getting a Pro Bowl bid his first year. Sammy Watkins will be in the Sports Center top 10 throughout his long career. Since Watkins is definitely going to be gone in the top 10, possibly the top 5, these are the teams that could draft him:  Houston Texans, St. Louis, Jacksonville, Cleveland, Oakland, or Atlanta. I don’t see Watkins slipping out of the top 6. If I was to make a prediction about who will draft Sammy Watkins it would be the St. Louis Rams at number 2.

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