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While Kansas City landed an excellent tackle at the No. 1 spot, it's third-round TE Travis Kelce who could make the surprise early impact.
Although not regularly known as a football factory, Virginia has produced at least one NFL Draft pick each year since 1984 and that streak should continue in the 2014 NFL Draft
With defenses focusing on slowing down Peyton Manning, the NCAA's career leader in rushing touchdowns, Montee Ball, looks like a big hit in Denver.
With a new head coach and conference, Syracuse will look to extend their streak of first-round picks to three straight years in the 2014 NFL Draft
Half of the defensive line which helped Tampa Bay lead the NFL in run defense a year ago is now playing elsewhere. Rather than panic, general manager Mark Dominic and head coach Greg Schiano found similarly gifted (but younger and cheaper) players in the draft as replacements, including potential starting nose guard Akeem Spence.
Pittsburgh hasn't produced a NFL Draft pick since 2011, but as the Panthers transition to the ACC, that streak should end in the 2014 NFL Draft
The Saints finished dead last in 2012 against the run. Big John Jenkins -- all 6-foot-4, 346 pounds of him -- could be the run-stuffing presence New Orleans needs to return to the top of the NFC South.
Despite average on-field results and costly off-field sanctions, North Carolina continues to recruit and produce NFL talent each year
NC State has produced at least one draft pick each year since 1997 and will look to keep that streak alive next April.
The Panthers may have struck gold with defensive tackles Star Lotulelei and Kawann Short with their first two picks of the 2013 draft but linebacker A.J. Klein could prove a surprising 'diamond in the rough,' himself.
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