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Scouting the Draft: Top 5 Defensive Ends

Jadeveon Clowney | South Carolina

Scout's draft experts rank the Top 5 defensive ends entering the 2014 NFL draft complete with each player's strengths, weaknesses and what pro their play most closely resembles.

Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina Strengths Clowney's official 40-time was clocked in at 4.53 seconds which was faster than 26 wide Receivers. Yes, I said 26 wide receivers. Keep in mind Clowney is a towering 6-foot-5 266 pounds defensive end. His 40 yard time is absolutely astronomical, setting the bar for Defensive Lineman running the 40. Clowney, often regarded as the best defensive prospect...

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