The 2014 Pro Bowlers have been unveiled. Three players have made it to the Pro Bowl in their first NFL seasons.
The players deemed the best of the best at their positions are Cowboys guard Zack Martin, Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald, and Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley.
Martin, the 16th overall pick in the draft, is one of three Cowboys offensive linemen to qualify for the Pro Bowl. Donald, selected 13th overall by the Rams, generated eight sacks in 15 games, with 11 starts.
Mosley was selected 17th overall by the Ravens. He has made 126 tackles, generated three sacks, picked off two passes, and forced a fumble.
While not obvious snubs, cases could have been made for players like Bengals running back Jeremy Hill, Buccaneers receiver Mike Evans, Panthers receiver Kelvin Benjamin, and Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr.