The 2014 NFL Draft is approaching and there is bound to be some deals that could go down. Many of the deals could be surrounded around this draft class' top wide receivers, Sammy Watkins and Mike Evans. Both are projected to go in the top 10 and teams like the Baltimore Ravens and Philadelphia Eagles could be interested in trading up for them.

Tony Pauline of DraftInsider.net suggets that "the team who selects Evans will make a trade to acquire his services."

There are three teams most likely to land the Texas A&M standout. Per ESPN Insiders, it's the St. Louis Rams, Ravens and Eagles that are most likely up to pull the trigger to trade for Evans.

The Rams have the No. 2 pick of the draft and could very well trade down to get Evans at a safer number. The Ravens and Eagles hold the No. 17 and 22 picks of the draft, respectively.

The Eagles are in need of a receiver after letting DeSean Jackson go. The Ravens could definitely use some more weapons for Joe Flacco, because an aging Steve Smith isn't going to be enough.

Along with that, the Detroit Lions hold the No. 10 pick and could very well steal Evans away from them, so trading up into the top 10 is necessary if Baltimore or Philly truly want him.

In fact, Philadelphia and Baltimore may even have to go even more up than that as some say Evans could go to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the No. 7 pick. That's where ESPN's Todd McShay has Evans landing when he revealed his latest mock draft.

Whatever the case is, teams looking to get Watkins or Evans are going to have to give up some to make it happen.


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