2014 NFL Draft: Bowl prospects 12/30 (Armed Forces, Music City, Alamo, Holiday)

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Take a look at the top prospects playing in bowl games on Monday.

For many players, the bowl season is the final chance to show NFL scouts what they have on the field before months of interviews and workouts in shorts. For fans, it's the last chance to take a look at the prospects that will make up the majority of the 2014 NFL Draft.

On Monday, there are four bowl games: The Armed Forces, Music City, Alamo and Holiday Bowls. Here are the prospects that should be paid the most attention:

Armed Forces Bowl - Middle Tennessee St. vs. Navy, 11:45 p.m.

No prospects projected to be drafted by NFLDraftScout.com.

Music City Bowl - Ole Miss vs. Georgia Tech, 3:15 p.m.

# Player Pos. Height Weight Proj. via NFLDraftScout.com
GT 45 Jeremiah Attaochu OLB 6-3 242 3rd
MISS 12 Donte Moncrief* WR 6-2 226 3rd
MISS 3 Charles Sawyer CB 5-10 178 6th-7th
GT 14 Jemea Thomas CB 5-9 195 7th
MISS 3 Jeff Scott RB 5-7 164 7th-FA
MISS 97 Tyler Campbell P 6-2 230 7th-FA

Alamo Bowl - Oregon vs. Texas, 6:45 p.m.

# Player Pos. Height Weight Proj. via NFLDraftScout.com
ORE 8 Marcus Mariota** QB 6-4 212 1st
ORE 14 Ifo Ekpre-Olomu* CB 5-10 185 1st
UT 44 Jackson Jeffcoat DE 6-4 250 2nd-3rd
UT 1 Mike Davis WR 6-2 195 3rd
ORE 1 Josh Huff WR 5-11 202 5th
ORE 66 Taylor Hart DE 6-6 287 5th-6th
ORE 25 Boseko Lokombo OLB 6-3 230 5th-6th
ORE 6 De'Anthony Thomas* RB 5-9 170 6th
UT 23 Carrington Byndom CB 6-0 180 6th
ORE 21 Avery Patterson S 5-9 190 6th-7th
UT 4 Anthony Fera K 6-2 208 7th
UT 51 Donald Hawkins OT 6-5 310 7th-FA
ORE 12 Brian Jackson S 5-10 197 7th-FA
ORE 90 Ricky Havili-Heimuli DT 6-4 314 7th-FA

Holiday Bowl - Arizona State vs. Texas Tech, 10:15 p.m.

# Player Pos. Height Weight Proj. via NFLDraftScout.com
ASU 90 Will Sutton DT 6-0 305 1st-2nd
TTU 22 Jace Amaro* TE 6-5 260 1st-2nd
ASU 52 Carl Bradford* OLB 6-1 243 2nd
ASU 87 Chris Coyle TE 6-2 240 6th-7th
TTU 18 Eric Ward WR 5-11 205 6th-7th
ASU 4 Alden Darby S 5-11 195 6th-7th

* Junior
** Draft-eligible sophomore

No bowl game so far has provided a glimpse at the amount of NFL Draft-level talent that the Alamo Bowl will on Monday night, as the Oregon Ducks in particular bring several top players into the game. Unfortunately, that doesn't mean they will affect the 2014 NFL Draft.

Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota has already announced he will return for another year with the team in 2014 and cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu may be soon to follow.

That means the top 2014 NFL Draft talent for the day might be on display one game later in the Holiday Bowl where two-time All-American defensive tackle Will Sutton will wrap up his collegiate career.

After racking up 12 sacks and 23.5 tackles for loss from the nose tackle position as a junior, Sutton has almost exclusively faced double and triple teams as a senior. In the NFL, he likely projects best as a penetrating 3-technique type that would have a similar role as Sen'Derrick Marks with the Jaguars.

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