2014 Outlook: We want to rank Tate higher. He's the unquestioned starter on a team that figures to ease Johnny Manziel into the fold. Plus, new offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan will employ zone-blocking concepts that suit Tate perfectly. But it all comes down to durability. Since 2010, he has hurt his ankle, quad, back, hip, groin, shoulder, head, toe, hamstring, foot, elbow and ribs. All in all, Tate has been on his team's injury report 80 percent of the time over the past four seasons, missing 24 games. Shanahan's instinct will be to ride Tate hard. But if he does, Tate is a candidate to miss multiple games, just like he usually does.
2014 Outlook: While West's small-school competition at Towson wasn't the best, his size (225 pounds), speed (4.54 40) and multicut ability should serve him well in the NFL as he seeks to earn the No. 2 job behind Ben Tate in Cleveland. And considering that his competition will consist of an underwhelming group -- Isaiah Crowell, Chris Ogbonnaya, Edwin Baker and Dion Lewis -- we give West a great chance to do just that. Given Tate's injury history, that could make West one heck of an intriguing handcuff this summer.