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    2014 Safeties: 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 safety prospect. On April 15, Paul Bessire and Matt Richner will each unveil their comprehensive safety prospect rankings and projections for the 2014 NFL Draft. While safety are originally ordered by stats for each table, all columns are sortable.

    Safety Bios

    Player Height Weight School Career Games
    Jimmie Ward 5'10" 191 Northern Illinois 54
    Dez Southward 6'0" 206 Wisconsin 53
    Isaiah Lewis 5'10" 205 Michigan State 53
    Jemea Thomas 5'10 190 Georgia Tech 53
    Hakeem Smith 6'0" 186 Louisville 52
    Daniel Sorensen 6'1" 208 BYU 51
    Nat Berhe 5'10" 194 San Diego State 51
    Ahmad Dixon 5'11" 205 Baylor 50
    Alden Darby 5'10" 192 Arizona State 50
    Avery Patterson 5'8" 193 Oregon 50
    Daytawion Lowe 5'11" 196 Oklahoma State 50
    Jerry Gates 5'10" 227 Bowling Green 50
    Kenny Ladler 6'0" 200 Vanderbilt 50
    Darwin Cook 5'11" 202 West Virginia 49
    Demetrius Wright 6'0" 195 USC 49
    Deone Bucannon 6'1" 216 Washington State 49
    Sean Parker 5'10" 193 Washington 48
    Terrence Brooks 5'11" 197 Florida State 48
    Tre Boston 6'0" 198 North Carolina 48
    Ty Zimmerman 6'1" 199 Kansas State 48
    Mark Joyce 5'10" 179 South Florida 47
    Stephen Obeng-Agyapong 5'10" 209 Penn State 47
    Brock Vereen 5'11" 199 Minnesota 46
    C.J. Barnett 5'11" 191 Ohio State 46
    Craig Loston 6'0" 214 LSU 46
    A.J. Marshall 5'11" 197 Wake Forest 44
    Calvin Pryor 6'2" 208 Louisville 38
    Dion Bailey 6'0" 210 USC 38
    C.B. Bryant 5'9" 188 Ohio State 36
    AJ Highsmith 5'10" 204 Miami 35
    Vinnie Sunseri 6'0" 210 Alabama 34
    Dexter Moody 6'3" 200 Albany State 32
    Ha Ha Clinton-Dix 6'1" 208 Alabama 30
    Ed Reynolds 6'2" 205 Stanford 28
    Maurice Alexander 6'1" 212 Utah State 25

    Safety Career Stats

    Player Tackles INTs TFL Sacks PBU
    Deone Bucannon 325 15 13 1 14
    Jimmie Ward 253 11 6 2 25
    Nat Berhe 248 5 12 1 20
    Kenny Ladler 246 9 11 1 10
    Hakeem Smith 245 4 14.5 2 22
    Ahmad Dixon 238 4 13 1 12
    Daytawion Lowe 238 5 7 3 16
    Tre Boston 226 13 8 0 20
    Ty Zimmerman 216 13 11 0 14
    Darwin Cook 204 7 8 2 11
    Jemea Thomas 203 9 13.5 5 21
    Sean Parker 199 11 8.5 1 10
    Alden Darby 186 10 8.5 2 16
    Jerry Gates 185 7 9 1.5 8
    C.J. Barnett 185 8 4 0 18
    Dion Bailey 182 11 16.5 3.5 13
    Calvin Pryor 178 7 11 2 14
    Isaiah Lewis 169 8 5 0 18
    Daniel Sorensen 167 8 11.5 1 22
    Brock Vereen 164 4 7.5 0.5 22
    Avery Patterson 158 7 9 0 14
    Mark Joyce 148 3 5 0 6
    A.J. Marshall 143 3 9 1 10
    C.B. Bryant 133 2 0.5 0 23
    Dez Southward 121 2 11.5 0 11
    Craig Loston 116 7 8 1 7
    Ed Reynolds 109 7 1 0 9
    Terrence Brooks 107 5 9.5 1 15
    Dexter Moody 104 10 16 2 7
    Maurice Alexander 95 1 16 6.5 6
    Vinnie Sunseri 86 4 7 1.5 8
    Ha Ha Clinton-Dix 77 6 4 0 10
    Stephen Obeng-Agyapong 73 1 4.5 1.5 4
    Demetrius Wright 68 0 3.5 0.5 3
    AJ Highsmith 52 2 1 1 7
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