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Scouts rave about Jadeveon Clowney's talent. Will the Texans make him the No. 1 overall pick?

The 2014 NFL draft is here, and it's been deemed one of the most mysterious in history. Will the Houston Texans take South Carolina DE Jadeveon Clowney at No. 1 overall? Where will Johnny Manziel land? Who will be the draft's biggest slider?

Sports Illustrated NFL experts Don Banks, Chris Burke and Doug Farrar make their predictions for Round 1 below -- and there's little agreement across the board.

Don Banks Chris Burke Doug Farrar
Pick Team
1. Houston Texans Jadeveon Clowney
DE, South Carolina
Jadeveon Clowney
DE, South Carolina
Khalil Mack
OLB/DE Buffalo
2. St. Louis Rams Greg Robinson
OT, Auburn
Jake Matthews
OT, Texas A&M
Jake Matthews
OT, Texas A&M
3. Jacksonville Jaguars Sammy Watkins
WR, Clemson
Khalil Mack
OLB/DE, Buffalo
Jadeveon Clowney
DE, South Carolina
4. Cleveland Browns Mike Evans
WR, Texas A&M
Sammy Watkins
WR, Clemson
Greg Robinson
OT, Auburn
5. Oakland Raiders Khalil Mack
OLB/DE, Buffalo
Mike Evans
WR, Texas A&M
Johnny Manziel
QB, Texas A&M
6. Atlanta Falcons Jake Matthews
OT, Texas A&M
Greg Robinson
OT, Auburn
Sammy Watkins
WR, Clemson
7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Johnny Manziel
QB, Texas A&M
Johnny Manziel
QB, Texas A&M
Mike Evans
WR, Texas A&M
8. Minnesota Vikings Aaron Donald
DT, Pittsburgh
Blake Bortles
QB, UCF
Teddy Bridgewater
QB, Louisville
9. Buffalo Bills Taylor Lewan
OT, Michigan
Taylor Lewan
OT, Michigan
Anthony Barr
OLB/DE, UCLA
10. Detroit Lions Darqueze Dennard
CB, Michigan State
Anthony Barr
OLB/DE, UCLA
Justin Gilbert
CB, Oklahoma State
11. Tennessee Titans Blake Bortles
QB, UCF
Justin Gilbert
CB, Oklahoma State
Kyle Fuller
CB, Virginia Tech
12. New York Giants Zack Martin
G/T, Notre Dame
Eric Ebron
TE, North Carolina
Aaron Donald
DT, Pittsburgh
13. St. Louis Rams Justin Gilbert
CB, Oklahoma State
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
S, Alabama
Calvin Pryor
S, Louisville
14. Chicago Bears Calvin Pryor
S, Louisville
Aaron Donald
DT, Pittsburgh
Louis Nix III
DT, Notre Dame
15. Pittsburgh Steelers Odell Beckham Jr.
WR, LSU
Darqueze Dennard
CB, Michigan State
Darqueze Dennard
CB, Michigan State
16. Dallas Cowboys Anthony Barr
OLB/DE, UCLA
Ra'Shede Hageman
DT, Minnesota
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
S, Alabama
17. Baltimore Ravens Eric Ebron
TE, North Carolina
Zack Martin
G/T, Notre Dame
Taylor Lewan
OT, Michigan
18. New York Jets Brandin Cooks
WR, Oregon State
Odell Beckham Jr.
WR, LSU
Odell Beckham Jr.
WR, LSU
19. Miami Dolphins Cyrus Kouandjio
OT, Alabama
Ryan Shazier
LB, Ohio State
Xavier Su'a-Filo
OG, UCLA
20. Arizona Cardinals Derek Carr
QB, Fresno State
Calvin Pryor
S, Louisville
Derek Carr
QB, Fresno State
21. Green Bay Packers C.J. Mosley
LB, Alabama
C.J. Mosley
LB, Alabama
C.J. Mosley
LB, Alabama
22. Philadelphia Eagles Ha Ha Clinton Dix
S, Alabama
Brandin Cooks
WR, Oregon State
Brandin Cooks
WR, Oregon State
23. Kansas City Chiefs Marqise Lee
WR, USC
Teddy Bridgewater
QB, Louisville
Dee Ford
DE, Auburn
24. Cincinnati Bengals Kyle Fuller
CB, Virginia Tech
Kyle Fuller
CB, Virginia Tech
Jason Verrett
CB, TCU
25. San Diego Chargers Jason Verrett
CB, TCU
Marqise Lee
WR, USC
Ra'Shede Hageman
DT, Minnesota
26. Cleveland Browns Teddy Bridgewater
QB, Louisville
Derek Carr
QB, Fresno State
Blake Bortles
QB, UCF
27. New Orleans Saints Ryan Shazier
LB, Ohio State
Jason Verrett
CB, TCU
Bradley Roby
CB, Ohio State
28. Carolina Panthers Morgan Moses
OT, Virginia
Xavier Su'a-Filo
OG, UCLA
Cyrus Kouandjio
OT, Alabama
29. New England Patriots *TRADE: Jimmy Garoppolo
QB, Eastern Illinois
Kyle Van Noy
OLB, BYU
Eric Ebron
TE, North Carolina
30. San Francisco 49ers Stephon Tuitt
DE, Notre Dame
Bradley Roby
CB, Ohio State
Marqise Lee
WR, USC
31. Denver Broncos Ra'Shede Hageman
DT, Minnesota
Joel Bitonio
G/T, Nevada
David Yankey
OG, Stanford
32. Seattle Seahawks Xavier Su'a-Filo
OG, UCLA
Jace Amaro
TE, Texas Tech
Zack Martin
G/T, Notre Dame

***Note: New England Patriots trade No. 29 pick to Jacksonville Jaguars

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