NFL.com's Gil Brandt believes former Louisville DE/OLB Marcus Smith, the No. 26 overall pick, was the biggest reach of the draft.
"[Smith] was the No. 83-rated prospect in my final Hot 100 rankings before the 2014 NFL Draft," Brandt wrote. "That ranking would indicate Smith would be a third-round pick, and if my evaluation -- which did not factor in the end of his pro-day workout -- was any good that is about where he should have been selected." Smith (6-foot-3, 251), a three-star quarterback recruit to Louisville, broke out as a senior with 18.5 tackles for loss, 14.5 sacks, and four forced fumbles. A strong pro day may have punched his ticket into the first round. May 27 - 9:31 PM