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    2014 DEs: Stats and Bios

    Last Updated: 1/18/2015 8:58 PM ET
    Utilizing our unique, objective approach to player projections and development, PredictionMachine.com presents its 2014 NFL Draft content, including a Seven Round Mock Draft, Position-by-Position Reports, Statistical Breakdowns and Future Projections for all prospects in the 2014 NFL Draft. New this year and launching on April 17 will be the NFL Draft Machine for customizable mock drafts and comprehensive draft evaluation. All NFL Draft Content is FREE from PredictionMachine.com's Paul Bessire and John Ewing as well as NFL Draft Expert Matt Richner.

    Here, we present career data and biographical information for every 2014 NFL Draft defensive end prospect. On April 3, Paul Bessire and Matt Richner will each unveil their comprehensive defensive end prospect rankings and projections for the 2014 NFL Draft. While defensive ends are originally ordered by stats for each table, all columns are sortable.

    Defensive End Bios

    Player Height Weight School Career Games
    James Gayle 6'3" 255 Virginia Tech 53
    Dee Ford 6'2" 243 Auburn 52
    Michael Sam 6'2" 260 Missouri 52
    Taylor Hart 6'6" 286 Oregon 52
    Ethan Hemer 6'6" 295 Wisconsin 52
    Cassius Marsh 6'4" 254 UCLA 50
    Ed Stinson 6'4" 290 Alabama 49
    Kasim Edebali 6'2" 248 Boston College 49
    Chaz Sutton 6'3" 259 South Carolina 49
    Chidera Uzo-Diribe 6'2" 252 Colorado 48
    Garrison Smith 6'1" 310 Georgia 48
    Josh Mauro 6'6" 276 Stanford 47
    Ben Gardner 6'4" 276 Stanford 46
    Marcus Smith 6'4" 258 Louisville 45
    Kareem Martin 6'6" 272 North Carolina 45
    Chris Smith 6'1" 266 Arkansas 43
    Trent Murphy 6'5" 252 Stanford 43
    Will Clarke 6'6" 271 West Virginia 41
    Jackson Jeffcoat 6'4" 254 Texas 40
    Zach Moore 6'6" 278 Concordia-St. Paul 39
    Kony Ealy 6'5" 275 Missouri 39
    Scott Crichton 6'3" 260 Oregon State 38
    Jadeveon Clowney 6'5" 258 South Carolina 36
    Jeoffrey Pagan 6'3" 292 Alabama 32
    Kerry Wynn 6'5" 268 Richmond 32
    Ethan Westbrooks 6'4" 264 West Texas A&M 25
    Larry Webster 6'6" 249 Bloomsburg 24
    Aaron Lynch 6'5" 248 South Florida 24
    Demarcus Lawrence 6'3" 244 Boise State 23
    Morgan Breslin 6'1" 246 USC 18

    Defensive End Career Stats

    Player Tackles Sacks TFL FF
    Trent Murphy 131 32.5 52.5 3
    Zach Moore 103 32 45 6
    Jackson Jeffcoat 141 26.5 48.5 4
    Larry Webster 68 26 31 2
    Marcus Smith 73 24 33 8
    Jadeveon Clowney 108 24 47 9
    Ethan Westbrooks 65 23.5 42.5 3
    Scott Crichton 133 22.5 51 10
    James Gayle 109 22 40.5 2
    Chris Smith 92 21.5 30.5 1
    Michael Sam 95 21 36 6
    Dee Ford 77 20.5 27.5 3
    Kareem Martin 135 19.5 45.5 4
    Demarcus Lawrence 92 19 34 7
    Chidera Uzo-Diribe 97 18.5 30.5 9
    Ben Gardner 83 17.5 35 3
    Morgan Breslin 64 17.5 27.5 1
    Taylor Hart 135 16 22 5
    Cassius Marsh 123 13 22.5 2
    Kony Ealy 75 12.5 27 4
    Kerry Wynn 122 12 21.5 2
    Josh Mauro 66 11 21.5 2
    Aaron Lynch 49 10.5 18.5 1
    Kasim Edebali 128 10 23.5 5
    Will Clarke 92 10 29.5 1
    Chaz Sutton 66 9 20 4
    Garrison Smith 107 7 16 2
    Ed Stinson 80 5.5 15.5 1
    Jeoffrey Pagan 44 3.5 7.5 1
    Ethan Hemer 68 2 6 0
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