2014 NFL Draft Preview: Ranking the pass rushers by round based value

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Sep 14, 2013; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; Utah Utes quarterback Travis Wilson (7) is tackled by Oregon State Beavers defensive end Scott Crichton (95) during the first quarter at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports

3. Scott Crichton Or.ST (Late Round One)

Crichton has the length and arms to be a natural pass rusher. He disengages fairly well, but he is still very raw and had limited production. This is a player I like a lot, I simply do not like him where he is being projected. Similarly to Ealy, Crichton could very well get drafted in the late first due to a good team needing him there and not being able to afford the wait.