2015 Player Ratings.

Part I.

Updated 4/28

Part I: First Three Rounds.

Part II: Picks 99 and beyond...

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Name-HT, WT, 40, Vert, (U)- Unofficial, S- 10 Yard Split,

POS

School

1

*Leonard Williams- 6-4.5, 302, 34 5/8" Arms, S-1.74-1.72, (U 5.0), 8'10", 29 1/2"

D-Line

USC

They moved Williams outside a little to 5-Tech from DT. He played Strongside 5-Tech the whole first game of season against Fresno. He looked a little uncomfortable at first, but I'm sure a lot of 3-4 Teams were watching. He played mainly DT last year, and looked a little better so far. But now he is valuable to all defenses. "He has 138 tackles, including 27 for losses (with 14 sacks), 4 deflections, 3 fumble recoveries and 1 interception in his career. He has 22 career starts."

2013: Williams started for his second season on the defensive line as a sophomore in 2013, at end in 2013 after playing tackle in 2012, and had an All-American showing. Overall while starting 13 games (he suffered a shoulder injury at Oregon State and missed the California game), he was second on USC with 74 tackles, including a team-high 13.5 for losses (with 6 sacks for minus 38 yards), plus he had 1 fumble recover and 2 forced fumbles.

9.9

2

*Marcus Mariota- 6-3 3/4, 222, 9 7/8" Hands,

QB

Oregon

Career – Enters his junior year already owning the program’s career record for most rushing yards by an Oregon quarterback (1,467), the highest career completion percentage (.658), and has tied Joey Harrington’s school standard for most total offense TDs (77) . . . The Hawaii native also ranks second in career touchdown passes (63) and fourth on the school’s all-time list for total offense (7,809 yards).     2013 — He completed 245 of 386 passes (65.8 percent) for 3,665 yards, 31 touchdowns and only four interceptions . . . He ended the year leading the league in passing efficiency (167.7), passing yards per completion (14.96 avg.) and total points responsible for (240) while ranking seventh in the country in the former two categories and tied for ninth in the latter . . . Nationally, he also rated ninth in total offense (336.9), 12th in touchdown passes (31), as well as 14th in passing yards per game (281.9) . . . The All-America candidate and Manning Award finalist was named a semifinalist for the Maxwell Award (college player of the year), the Davey O’Brien Award (national quarterback award) and the Walter Camp Award (most outstanding player) . . .The first player in school history to eclipse 4,000 yards of total offense in a single season (4,380) was one of three league players to surpass the previous Pac-12 season record in 2013 . . .  In addition, he set school records for most points responsible for, completions (245) and most total touchdowns (40), as well as finished second on the single-season passing yards ledger (3,665) . . .

9.8

3

*Todd Gurley- 6-1, 226, # 3

RB

Georgia 

10/2014: Being suspended actually improves his Draft stock. With near 3/4 of the yea off, his legs should be even more dynamic as a rookie. 

09/2014: One funny note. towards The end of the first half of the Clemson game. He was averaging 9.3 YPC on 6 carries. If you add in the 100-yard kick return he had 156 yards on 7 touches, which is 22.25-yards every time he touched the ball.

08/2014: I know you'll find this surprising, but Gurley was the best offensive player I saw this week. He is already a quarter of the way to a 1,000-yard season. That was his 13th career 100-yard+ game. He could have 2-grand before the season is over. I might have to put a RB into the 1st Round.

9.9X-X

4

*Dante Fowler Jr- 6-2.5, 277, 4.61, #6

OLB/DE/PR

FLA

08/2014: Stunning quick twitch rusher. He has the speed that keeps DCs up at night. However, he is too inconsistent and doesn't use his elite blast off enough. "We can all look at last year and say there were games where he played really, really well, was almost a dominant player,'' his DC DJ Durkin said. "And there were games where that wasn't there." With size and strength to grow into, he could be the forth or fifth rusher as a Junior 3-4 OLB/DE. He just has that knack for getting into the backfield and disrupting the play or finding the ball. "We need to create as many one-on-ones for Dante as we can,'' the HC of the FU said. "I think he has a chance to have a great year." He has to learn to use his great gifts consistently, and he could be a top 15 pick next year. "What it takes for that next step is basically hard work and dedication,'' Fowler said. "You have to take what you do seriously. You have to take football seriously. A lot of people's demeanors are different. We are going to be the team to beat this year because I feel like we know we have that bad taste and that bad season last year nobody really expected. Those guys know the pain and I know nobody on this team wants to go back to that." I would love to see him reunited with Dominique Easley next year.

9.8

5

*Amari Cooper- 6' 7/8. 211, (4.43-4.42), SS 6.71! 3-C 3.98! 10" B! 33" V,

WR

Alabama

09/2014: He was terrific in first game of the season. When his young QB struggled early in the game he completed his first four passes to Cooper. He showed the speed and suddenness in his shoulders that he showed as a true freshman in 2012, after a long injury filled sophomore season.

9.8

6

Kevin White- 6-2.5, 215, (U 4.35-4.36), 36.5" Vert, 

WR 

WVU

10/2014: He has become the best WR in college football. I still like Strong a little more, because this will be his third straight 1,00-yard season as a Number One WR, and White's first. But it really is getting harder and harder to say that. 

9.8

7

Danny Shelton- 6-2.1, 339, 32" Arm, 34 Rep, S-1.88, (U 5.66), 7-11"B, 30 1/2"V

NT

Washington 

3/15: I was watching Tape of Andrus Peat against Washington, and he kept catching my eye. It is so easy to forget how dominate he is. He throws O-linemen to the ground with his hands like no one I have ever seen before. He is all heart, hustle, and power. He tossed two Stanford O-line down into the dirt with his hands in the 4th quarter. Smart and agile, with nimble feet that will make him great in the NFL.

3/14: Nose tackles drop in the Draft. Nose tackles with short arms who can't run under a 5.5 forty drop as well. Plus, if the Giants don't take him at 9, who else takes him in the 11?

09/14: If he can match his 6 sacks and 7.5 TFL that he got in the first two games over the final 11 games that will give him 12 sacks and 15 TFL. That puts him in the 1st round. His production in the first two games is fluky, but sometimes guys put it all together later than others. He has gotten noticeably better each year. Going from 11 tackles in 2011 to 45, and then 59 in 2013. So the record of improvement is there. Reminds me of Wilfork at Miami, and is listed at almost an identical size. Plus Wilfork like Shelton played more of NT in a 4-3 like Shelton this year.

09/14: A big ugly nose tackle who seems to have found a knack for hitting the quarterback. He has looked like the best defensive player in the country in the first two week of the season!

9.9-NT

8

Alvin "Bud" Dupree- 6-4, 269, 32.5" Arms, S-1.6, (U 4.57), 42" Vert! 11'4"B!

OLB/PR

Kentucky 

Combine: This guy was built to play 3-4 OLB in the NFL, like Khalil Mack. He was the biggest guy to run a 4.5 at the Combine.

09/2014: In the past two seasons he has garnered 13.5 sacks, 22 TFL, on 152 tackles. First round talent as a passrusher. I question his listed size and weight. He does not look 6-4 and over 260. He plays with more speed than suddenness. Does have elite blast off, but continues to get faster longer than most rushers (if that makes sense;-). He could be a guy who plays better the further out you put him, because he can take an extra half second to get to his great speed.

9.8

9

Vic Beasley-6-3, 246, S 1.72, (O 4.53), 35 reps! 12'10"B! 6.91 3-C! 41"V! 4.13 SS

PassRusher

Clemson 

3/2014: This guy has the freak factor. He not only tested as the most athletic passrusher, he also benched the most. Plus, no one can question that he has that knack for hitting the quarterback. He and Ray are neck and neck for the worst against the run, but also for the best speed off the snap. Plus, he and Fowler are also neck and neck for most explosive off the snap.

Combine: Some one call Dr. Frankenstein! There's a freak in the house. This kid blew up the Combine. He was an elite passrusher in college, because of elite suddenness bursting up field. Then he tested out as the best athletes among the passrushers at he Combine. 

9.8

10

DeVante Parker- 6-2.5, 209, (U 4.45-4.5), 33.2" arms, 17 reps, 10'5 B! 36.5" V,

WR

Louisville

08/2014: Might have a tough season without Bridgewater throwing to him, but Pats should have trouble passing on him at the end of the 1st. He will miss the first 6 to 8 weeks with a foot injury,

2013 JUNIOR SEASON: Has played and started in 12 games overall... ended the year with 55 receptions for 885 yards and tied a school record with 12 touchdowns... his 12 touchdowns were tied for 10th nationally and led the AAC... led team and was seventh in the AAC with 885 yards receiving...

9.8-X

11

La'el Collins-6-4.5, 305, S-1.81, 33.2" Arms, 21 Reps, (U 5.13, )

OLT

LSU 

08/2014: Very disappointed in Collins in the first half of the 1st game. He settled down in the 2nd half and played better. Still not convinced he is an OLT.

08/2014: This rating is based on a team seeing him an OLT and not a Guard. After the potential of Oakman and Collins there is a clear drop in talent. Of course players like Coates, Fowler, Michael Bennett, PJ Williams, Montgomery, Noah Spence, Cameron Erving, Agholor, Curtis Drummond could all catch up.

9.7-OLT

12

Brandon Scherff- 6-4.5, 319, 23 Reps, 33.3" Arms S-1,78-1.79, 5.07, 

OLG/OT

Iowa

09/2014: He is a weight-room warrior. He cleaned 433 pound three times. It was so impressive that they put it on TV. I don’t know what normal mortals clean, but there were a lot of 45's on that bar. He has nice quick feet moving backwards, to go with a ton of strength at the point. When he impacts guys moving forward they move backwards. Nice quick feet moving forward to second level as well. Everyone is not convinced that he is an OLT. Which makes sense because he does get beat inside sometimes. Plus. He does get lazy with technique sometimes. But with his size and strength and his quick feet I am convinced he is an NFL OLT waiting to happen.

9.8-OG

13

**Jameis Winston- 6-3 3/4, 231, 9 3/8" Hands, 

QB

FLA ST

1/6: Winston declares for the NFL Draft. He is the second straight Redshirt-Sophomore QB who won the Heisman as a Redshirt-Freshman, and had to flee college to do immaturity trouble, and couldn't maintain his Heisman level play as his me-first mentality finally got in way. Though Winston has a ton more NFL talent than wing-it an' fling-it Johnny. He throws so well to the open spaces on the field for his WR to run to. I love how he throws to the deep sidelines. Plus, he has been a stone-cold winner in college. He went 26 and 1 as a starter in college, and won a National Championship. I have Jameis going second in the Draft to the Titans. He has to stop being a DB. But they cannot pass on this stone cold winner for Mettenberger. He played in a much more NFL-ready offense. He had to make more NFL reads and throws at FLA ST than Mariota had to make at Oregon. 

9.7-CC-QB

14

*Trae Waynes- 6-1, 186, (U 4.35-4.32), 31" arms, 19 reps, 10'2"B, 38"V, 4.39 SS

Press-Corner

Mich ST

Combine: Damn he's fast. You could see that 4.3 coming about half way through the Forty. He will be the first Corner taken. He has the size. He has the speed. He has the Tape. Plus, he is an excellent special teams guy. Budda-bing, budda-boom. Plays press. He turns and runs on the hip as well as anyone. He runs so well while looking back at the QB. He was one of my favorites to start the season. He can cover, and he has good size. Nice smooth hips. A little high in petal sometimes, but it didn’t matter. 

09/2014: He gets a little too high in stance sometimes. Plays well in the slot. Good size for a Corner. He looks a little over 6-foot. Aware and tough CB is very good in run support. Sets the edge nicely. Plays off and press. Great feet moving backwards. Needs some more work in Press. He can get punch off too easily. By bigger WR

9.7

15 

*Randy Gregory 6-4.7, 238, 34" arms, 24 R, 10'5"B! 36 1/2" V, S-1.6 (U 4.57), 3-C 6.79!

OLB/DE

Nebraska

03/2015: He tested positive for weed at the combine, which mean he needed to smoke weed more than he needed to go in the top ten. He said he doesn't crave weed first thing in the morning, which means he did crave weed first thing in the morning for the past few years. He also had trouble at Nebraska with weed and tested positive there before. He has been dependent on weed for at least the past three years, and now will say anything to get drafted early. However, he is a long tall OLB/DE passrusher who has that knack for hitting the quarterback. His floor was probably 11. Now it is probably 22. Their is no way the Steelers pass on this pothead. 

08/2014: He had a better 2013 than 2014. A 1.62 10-yard split is awesome. He played through a bad knee all season. He kept reinsuring it, getting up, and continuing to play. He should have some of his burst and speed back next season with that knee fully healed. Played on the strongside a lot. He destroyed ORT. They tried to beat him up, and he never backed down. He made a ton of money on his second run. He got a 4.5 next to his name, and a 1.6 flat 10-yard split. He is a top ten pick. He looked the best moving backwards in the DL group. He worked out with the tweeners at Combine.

08/2014: He is more of a 3-4 speed rusher. Kills QBs when he hits them. Nice quick swim. He can set the edge, and still break outside and tackle the fast QB. He only started 10 of 13 games and still had 10.5 sacks. He has that quick twitch suddenness that you look for.

2013: Gregory finished 2013 with 10.5 sacks for 69 yards in losses and was in on 19 tackles for loss, totaling 101 yards.

9.8-Weed

16

*Arik Armstead- 6-7.1, 292, S-1.76, (U 5.1), 

5-Tech

Oregon

He is still 20-years old. Teams have been questioning his Football Character.

09/2014: He was the best player on the field in the Arizona game before he got hurt with the dreaded high ankle sprain. I firmly believe a 3-4 coach is going to take a look at that film and take him in the 1st.

9.8-FC

17

*Breshad Perriman- 6-2, 212, 32" Arms, (PD 4.25-4.28),

WR

C. FLA

3/2015: Wow! What a Proday. He ran between a 4.25 and a 4.28 at his Proday, and he though it was so nice he did it twice. That's tight, he stepped up to the block and ran between a 4.25 and 4.28 again. So now, what the hell do you do with this guy? it's funny how your perception changes. When I Tape of him last night he reminded me of Josh Gordon, without the mental illness.

Combine: He has that knack for getting open deep. He can be a bit of a fall down WR (for Pats fans, like Michael Timpson and Brandon Lloyd;-). However, his QB really sucked. He consistently threw it behind him when he was going across the field in any manner. His size held up at the Combine, but we still have to see if his 4.4 speed holds up at his Proday. He still has a lot to learn about playing WR, which gives him a lot of potential. He reminds me of Demaryius Thomas. Thomas was still more size-speed athlete than NFL WR when he came out, and could get the dropsies sometimes. If Perriman can put in the work he could be on that level. Does anyone else seeing him going to the Jags in the 2nd?

JUNIOR SEASON (2014): Named to the All-American Athletic Conference First Team. -Earned a spot on Phil Steele's Postseason All-Conference First Team. -Selected as UCF's Outstanding Wide Receiver at the team banquet. -Had a stretch of seven straight games with a touchdown reception from Oct. 18-Dec. 4. -Ended the year on a streak of 31 straight games played with a catch. -Posted three 100-yard receiving games, including in the final two contests of the year. -Became the first UCF receiver with at least 1,000 yards in a season since Mike Sims-Walker in 2006. -Racked up 50 receptions with 1,044 yards and nine touchdowns. 

9.7-Speed

18

Kevin Johnson- 6' 1/4", 188, (U 4.52),

CB

W. Forest

2/2014: This guy is smooth. He probably will be an Off Corner, because he is the smoothest CB in this Draft. He never seems to get himself in trouble. That is not a bad time for him. That is the time of a 2nd Round Corner.

9.7

19

*Jaelen Strong- 6-3, 215, 4.44, 42" Vert, 

WR

Arizona ST

11/2014: He had 10 catches for 202 yards and 3 TDs against USC. He has accounted for a third of the offense coming into Utah, even after two straight bad games for him, when the injured QB came back and they lost their timing while he was out. He continued to struggle against Utah in the 1st quarter. He finally caught one flying across the middle and it was taken away for holding.

Redshirt Sophomore (2013): Had a breakout first year as a Sun Devil recording 75 receptions for 1,122 yards and seven touchdowns on his way to Second-Team All-Pac-12 Honors.

Pierce College: Caught 67 passes for 1,263 yards with 15 touchdowns in 10 games in 2012... 

9.7

20

Eric Rowe- 6-1, 205, (O 4.45)! 31 1/2" A, 19 R! 39"V! 10'5"B! 3.97 SS! 6.7 3-C!

CB/FS

Utah

Rowe has great Tape. He is the best Press Corner on Tape. But he is a one year wonder, so it is all Po-tential. 

UTAH: Four-year starter ... played in 47 games (missed three games with injury) and started in 45 ... moved to corner his senior season after starting at free safety his first three seasons ... 34 career pass breakups tied for the third-most in school history ... two-time honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... made four Freshman All-America teams as a true freshman in 2011... 4.39 40 speed.
2014-Honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... played in 12 games and started in 10 (9 at corner, 1 at free safety) ... missed one game with injury ... 13 pass breakups led the team, tied for second in the Pac-12 and tied for the third-most ever in a season by a Ute ... 14 passes defended (13 PBU, 1 INT) tied for second in the Pac-12 ... 59 total tackles included 3.0 tackles for loss ... also had a fumble recovery and a blocked field goal ... season-high 11 tackles (0.5 TFL) vs. Fresno State ... eight tackles (1 TFL), two pass breakups and a fumble recovery against Stanford ... Pac-12 All-Academic second-team ... invited to the Senior Bowl.

9.8-Po

21

*Andrus Peat- 6-6.7, 313, S-1.82-1.85, (U 5.2),

OLT

Stanford 

08/2014:Long tall pass protector, whose coach says he could be the best since Jonathon Ogden. "I don't know if there's been anybody else in our conference, in the last eight years, that is as good as Andrus Peat has been and can be," Stanford HC David Shaw said. "In my entire career, nine years in the NFL, the only offensive lineman that was a step above of where Andrus can be is Jonathan Ogden -- one of the best tackles to ever play." Shaw said Thursday at Pac-12 Media Days. "Besides that special, special player, he's the most talented I've ever been around. And he's still scratching the surface. He can be phenomenal. Hopefully we have him for two more years." He developed so much last season that Shaw soon trusted him to go one on one against some of the top rushers in college football. "There are so many things that he does naturally that people work years and years to do. He's right around 6-6 and 300 pounds but moves like a tight end," The HC of SC said. "Against Anthony Barr last year, we did not help him one play. You would never want to put a sophomore against one of the best pass rushers in the nation and say 'We're not going to help you by sliding your way or chipping a back your way.' But we did." He could easy be the first of the OLTs to go next year.

9.6-OLT

22

Bryon Jones- 6-1, 199, (E 4.4), 12'3"! 44 1/2" Vert! SS 3.94, 3-C 6.78, 

CB 

UConn

He has good Tape, but it is his Po-tential that gets him this high.

02/20145: The highest Combine wonder of the year. He may have leaped himself into the 1st Round with his performance. He still has to match it with a Forty at his Proday, but he had no trouble running with WRs deep down the sideline. It is Estimated he runs a 4.4? He had a great leaping INT against Michigan deep down the sideline in 2013 (I still had that Tape and Rutgers on DVD;-).Strong enough tackler to play FS as well.

Combine: Nice size. Played well at E-W shrine. He put up some freak numbers. Those are some super freak numbers. He is a Combine wonder who just leaped into the 1st.

2014: Started the first seven games of the season at cornerback before a season-ending injury...finished with 24 tackles, two interceptions and four pass breakups...returned an interception 70 yards for a touchdown at USF (Sept. 19)...notched his second pick of the season at No. 18 East Carolina (Oct. 23)...opened the season with back-to-back five-tackle games vs. BYU (Aug. 29) and Stony Brook (Sept. 6)...notched a season-high seven tackles at Tulane (Oct. 11). 

 

9.8-Po

23

Malcolm Brown- 6-4, 304, #90

NT/DT/5-Tech

Texas

09/2014: He has been the second best defensive player in the first quarter of the college season. He has been a force in the passrusher rush so far, and took out UCLA QB Brett Hundley. He has shown some very interesting explosiveness inside this season. Nice power on the edge rushing. When he get slow and uses his hands he is tough. 2.5 Sacks against BYU. And got a big Sack on Hundley in the first quarter uses his great feet and quickness. Plays on the strongside. He can look explosive, but too often isn’t near the ball. Nice bust off snap, and does a nice job coming in low, and knocking the ORT up. Smart player who can come off the rush, and get out to cover the screen or swing pass. and force the QB to take the sack. 

9.7

24

*Landon Collins- 6', 222, #26

SS

Alabama 

08/2014: Big, long armed and long legged Safety. He will take bad angles sometimes, but when he sees it he gets there fast. Like a lot of Safeties in college now, he is asked to come up and cover the Slot receiver. Not bad covering slot WR. He will step up and press a little, instead of playing that deep off like most Safeties. He will also play in the box, and can work his way through multiple blockers to reach the RB. Big play guy. TMIWTMIL.

9.7-SS

25

*Melvin Gordon- 4th-Jr, 6', 210, 4.5 #25

RB

Wisconsin

01/2015: Gordon is a bigger and more durable Jamaal Charles.

09/2014: Gordon was phenomenal this year. I know he is a runningback and won't go it the top ten. However, this rating is based on impact. He will have one of the top ten impacts for rookies in the NFL in 2015. I don't think anyone can argue with that.

09/2014: Gordon was transcendent in the first half of the first game. He averaged a truly great 7.8 YPC last year (an unbelievable 10.0 YPC in 2012). He was better than that in the first half against LSU. His speed to the hole might be the best of the top four RBs. If he pulls off the top forty time of the top four RBs at the Combine, he could sneak into the 1st. I could not have been more impressed with him in that half. Plus, he rarely has played on passing downs while at Wisconsin. He stayed on the field on a 3rd and long and he picked up the outside blitzer, and knock him straight down on his butt with a vicious shoulder block that Mike Davis would have been proud of. That was the first time I saw him block.

9.8-RB

26

*Eddie Goldman- 6-4, 314, #90

NT/DT/5-Tech

FLA ST

11/14: Honestly I just don't know where to put him. I thought he was a sophomore so I tried to keeps my eyes off him rather than on him. And FLA ST players come out if they have a shot, unlike Stanford or BYU (which has me worried about Peat and Bronson Kaufusi). But he will make his mark in some very important games coming up, or fall of. He looks like a 3-4 team could jump on him late in the 1st.

2013: Starting defensive end made major strides in his second season and earned more playing time as a result...made 13 starts...set career-highs for tackles (19), TFL (3.0) and sacks (2.0)...made his first career start at Pitt on Sept. 2...had two tackles versus Nevada on Sept. 14...career day at Boston College, setting new highs in tackles (4) and tackles for loss (1.5) while recording his first career sack...recorded three tackles and 0.5 sacks against.

9.7-Nt

 

27

*Ereck Flowers- 6-6, 329, 34 1/2" Arms, 37 Reps! 

OT

Miami

10/2014: I really like the way he moves on the field.

2014 (Junior): Started season opener at left tackle against Louisville...Made second start of season at left tackle against FAMU, paving way for 198 rushing yards...Started at left tackle against Arkansas State, helping lead offense to 488-yard performance...Started against Nebraska and helped offense generate 435 yards...Helped lead Miami to 426 yards of total offense against Duke as starter on offensive line...Started sixth straight game of season (19th overall) at left tackle against Georgia Tech...Started at left tackle against Cincinnati, helping offense finish with 621 total yards...Helped guide offense to 456-yard performance in road win over Virginia Tech.

9.7

28

DJ Humphries- 6-5, 307, 33.5" Arms, 26 Reps, S-1.81, (U 5.21), 31" V, 8'8"B,

OLT 

FLA

01/2015: he is a tough prospect to figure. He blew out his knee in 2013. The knee didn't bother him in 2014, but he did miss two games with a bum ankle. plus, he played underweight was thought to not be able to add weight. He might have worked his way into the 1st by staying healthy last season and showing he could gain and play with 20-pounds of add weight. He was listed at 289 at beginning of the season, and weighed 309 at Combine. His Tape is good and he has some nasty in him. 

 

9.6-OLT

29

*Tevin Coleman- 6', 210. 4.39!

RB

Indiana

10/14: He is such a unique blend of speed and power. He gets through the LOS and takes off. He had three 40-plus yard TDs runs against Iowa State (46, 69, and 83 yard TD runs). And Iowa State has a solid run defense. He had 65-yard run in the 1st quarter against Mich St. He is averaging 176-yards a game. Nine straight game with over 100-yards. He is 1st in the FBS with 1,060 yards, an 8.8 YPC, 199 Yards from scrimmage, and 15 consecutive games with a TD.

2013 (Sophomore): Rushed for 958 yards on 131 carries (7.3 average) with 12 touchdowns ... caught 19 passes for 193 yards, returned six kicks for 124 yards and finished with 1,275 all-purpose yards ... tied for third nationally with three 60-plus yard rushes, tied for second with five 50-yarders, tied for first with eight 40-yarders, tied for fourth with nine 30-yarders (75-TD, 64-TD, 64-TD, 58, 55-TD, 44-TD, 43-TD, 40, 34-TD) and tied for 13th with 14 20-yarders

9.7-RB

30

Cameron Erving- 6-6, 308, #75

OC/OLG

FLA ST 

08/2014: He will go later than expected. He is not a Tackle. He was too heavy legged to play OLT in college, and it will be worse in the NFL. He is a OC/OLG only in the NFL. Maybe he can move over to the right side. He is a mauler in the run game at OC. But until he plays on the right side I will not project him there. 

08/2014: I had him in the 1st this past Draft. I don't know why that would change.
2013: Converted defensive tackle has grown into one of the nation’s top left tackles...ACC coaches named him the recipient of the Jacobs Blocking Trophy given to the league’s top offensive lineman...captured All-ACC honors from the coaches and media…collected several All-America accolades, including First Team honors from the Sporting News, USA Today and Sports Illustrated and Second Team recognition by the Associated Press and Walter Camp… the Noles set FSU and ACC records for single-season total offense (7,267 yards), points per game (51.6) and yards per play (7.67) and the national record for points (723)...

9.8-OC

31

*Owamagbe Odighizuwa-6-3.4, 267, 33.6"A, 25 R, S-1.62, (O 4.62), 39"V! 10'7"B!

DE/OLB

UCLA 

01/15: Suburb athlete who is not as good as he thinks yet. However, when he is on, he is as good as anyone in this Draft.

9.7-X

32

Preston Smith- 6-6, 270, S-1.63 (U 4.78), 

DE

Miss ST 

Combine: A 4.78 is a good number for him with his power and strength on the field. I liked how he moved in COD drill. Not bad feet in pad drill. He did tweener drills at the Combine. I like how he flipped the hips in the tweener drill. Tight hips. He has some suddenness moving sideways. Not bad in petal. He could be a Pat in the 2nd. Rumors continue to swirl that the Pats like him, but hey have to take him at 32 if they do.

9.7

Second Round

33

*Eli Harold- 6-3, 247, 33" arms, (O 4.6), 35" Vert, 10'3" B! 4.16 SS, 7.07 3-C, 

OLB/DE

Virginia 

01/2015: Long tall rusher who uses his long arms in the rush with excellent skill. He will line up inside sometimes, and he can burst past the OG like he is a turtle. He has that tenacity in the rush all the great ones have. 

9.6

34

*Nelson Agholor- 6' 1/8, 194, (O 4.42), (U 4.44), 32.2"Arms, 12 Reps, 

WR

USC

08/2014: He was little disappointing in week one. He made some spectacular catches, but misplayed a couple of balls with his hands. That worries me a little.

2013: Agholor started all year at wide receiver as a sophomore in 2013 and performed magnificently catching passes and returning punts and kicks. Overall in 2013 while starting all 14 games, he had 56 receptions for 918 yards (16.4 avg) with 6 TDs, plus he had 18 punt returns for 343 yards (19.1 avg) with 2 TDs and 10 kickoff returns for 175 yards (17.5 avg). He also had 2 carries for 8 yards (4.0 avg) and 1 tackle. His 19.1 average on punt returns was a USC season record. He was second nationally in punt returns (19.1, first in Pac-12). He had 2 100-yard receiving games in 2013. He made 2013 Athlon All-American second team. CBSSports.com All-American third team. Phil Steele All-American third team, SI.com All-American honorable mention (punt returner). CollegeFootballNews.com Sophomore All-American honorable mention. He made the 2013 All-Pac-12 second team (return specialist) and honorable mention (WR). ESPN.com All-Pac-12 first team, Sporting News All-Pac-12 first team, Athlon All-Pac-12 first team and Phil Steele All-Pac-12 first team (returner), plus Phil Steele All-Pac-12 third team (WR). He won USC's Offensive Perimeter Player of the Year Award and John McKay Award for competitive spirit.

9.6

35

Jake Fisher- 6-6, 300,

OLT

Oregon

10/14: He was injured to start the season, and finally came back. The O-line has really come together behind his leadership. Mariota has been great since he came back.

2013 — Earned Pac-12 honorable mention all-conference acclaim for the second year in a row as well as repeated as the recipient of the Ducks’ Pancake Club award . . . The second-year starter had his string of consecutive starts interrupted at 12 games before resuming his right tackle role for his final five appearances . . . Stepped onto the field for 12 of 13 games and was at his best when Oregon rushed for better than 300 yards against Virginia, Colorado and UCLA . . . Logged more playing time than any of the team’s offensive linemen in six games, including 88 snaps against Oregon State . . . Anchored an offensive line that led the Pac-12 in rushing for the eighth year in row (273.5 ypg), in addition to pacing the league in total offense (565.0 ypg) and scoring (45.5 ppg).

9.6-OLT

 

36

Eric Kendricks- 6-0.2, 232, S-1.64, (U 4.66), 38" 10'4" Broad!

ILB

UCLA

08/2014: He makes the big plays that leads to wins. Not as good a prospect as his running mate Jack, but he is just as good a college player. However, his speed worries me. He has to be faster than Brandon Spikes to get drafted. I'm not sure he is. But he sure is fun to watch.

UCLA- Led the Bruins in tackles the past two seasons ... Topped the Pac-12 in tackles average (10.64) in 2012 ... His total of 150 tackles in 2012 were the most by a UCLA player since 1978 and rank third on the all-time school list.

9.7-height

37

T.J. Clemmings- 6'5 307

OT

Pitt

01/2015: Elite athlete at OT with a ton of Po-tential. He played ORT at Pitt for two seasons. He went to the Senior Bowl and showed he was not ready for primetime. He will get over drafted. He reminds me of Duane Brown, He was an elite athlete who was a 2nd round talent, and a team desperate for an OLT took him in the 1st.

9.6-Po

38

*Jordan Phillips- 6-4.2, 329, 34 3/4" arms, S-1.86-1.84, (U 5.29-5.2), 30" Vert, 

DT

Oklahoma

Combine: First guy I watched on Tape after the Combine. Very impressive. I have trouble seeing him slipping out of Round One if his back is okay. Loved his Tape. It is easy to lose track of nose tackles during the season, but this guy is top notch. He is much more than just a NT. He uses his long arms so well to drive the interior linemen backwards. Plus, he has a great burst up field which he to gain a shoulder, and he moving fast into the backfield. 

01/2015: Phillips is a gigantic super athlete who can't stay healthy. He needs to do a lot of work to get into Day One. But if he interviews well I think he falls somewhere on Day Two.

2014:  Named to the All-Big 12 Second Team by the league's coaches, AP, 247Sports and Athlon Sports and the All-Big 12 Third Team by Phil Steele ... started all 13 games at defensive tackle ... set career high with seven tackles in the Russell Athletic Bowl against Clemson (12/29) ... 

9.6-NT

39

Shane Ray- 6-3, 249, (PD 4.55-4.63), (Ave-4.59), 33" Vert, 10' Broad,

OLB/DE

Missouri

3/15: He had a good but not great Proday. "The tape proves that he's a legitimate pass rusher," A Scout said. "But, he has narrow hips and thin legs so he's likely to struggle to add much weight and retain the quickness that he used so effectively off the edge. I don't know that he's a defensive end at our level. He looked stiff during the linebacker drills too." He clearly has that knack for hitting the quarterback and making plays behind the LOS, but he is the least athletic in the group of OLB/DE/PR he is competing against for Draft position. Not running a sub-4.5 hurts him.

3/15: He can get into the backfield and grab the RB. But he is not good against the run. He can get destroyed at the point, and is a grab and pull tackler with not much form or ability to hit. But no one can argue that he has that knack for hitting the quarterback. Astonishing production in the SEC hitting the quarterback and making plays behind the LOS. But I still want to wait for that Forty number.

1/6/15: Rumors that he is going to run in the 4.4 puts him into the top ten. This ranking is based on a projected performance at the Combine where he runs a sub-4.5.

11/2014: He is currently tied for second in the FBS with 12 Sacks. However, he struggle at the POT against Kentucky. They beat him up a little running right at him.

9.8X-CC

40

*Sammie Coates- 6-1.3, 212, (U 4.45-4.43), 

WR

Auburn 

03/2015: Still more athlete than WR, but what an athlete. He spent the off season showing he could run short patterns and not drop the ball.

9.6-Freak

41

Stephone Anthony- 6-2.5. 243, S-1.57, (U 4.59),  

LB

Clemson 

01/15:: Big tough leader. I like how he plays linebacker.

9.6

42

Devin Smith- 6-0.3, 196, (U 4.47-4.42), 

WR

Ohio ST

01/2015: If you think the Pats need a deep threat than this is the guy. Brady is the best QB in the history of the NFL, but never has and never will have a consistent deep throw. So the Pats need someone who can adjust the ball in the air and catch the deep ball through contact. No one in this Draft adjust better to a slightly off deep ball, and no one in this Draft catches the deep pass better through contact. Just watch his first TD catch in the Champ game. That catch was awesome. And is wasn't just the elite adjustment to the ball in the air, or catching it through contact. He ran a Post Corner that beat the CB both ways. Look at his burst inside, that got him 3 or 4 yards open, and the explosion back to the Corner that got him 3 or 4 yards open again. I knew he had the speed, but I didn't see that explosion out of his breaks before. He is a 1st Round pick in this Draft.

9.6

43

Hau'oli Kikaha- 6-3, 246,  #8-

DE/OLB

Washington

11/2014: He is leading the FBS with 16 Sacks.

09/2014: This guy has that knack for hitting the quarterback, but has a bum knee which cost him a season and a half. If he could get his knee to ever be solid again he could do some damage in the NFL. He came back from two knee surgeries to garner a very impressive 13 Sacks, 15.5 TFL, and on 70 tackles. Another season like that could sneak him into Day Two.
2013: Earned first-team Academic All-Pac-12 and second-team All-Pac-12 ... won the Sports Radio KJR Most Valuable Player award for the defense at the team's postseason awards banquet ... also won the L. Wait Rising Lineman of the Year award ... finished the season with 13.0 sacks, tied for the second-most in school history, just 1.5 sacks shy of the Husky record ... earned defensive MVP honors in the Fight Hunger Bowl, tallying three quarterback sacks, a forced fumble and nine total tackles.
2012: Suffered a knee injury early in fall camp and missed the entire 2012 season.

9.7X

44

*Marcus Peters- RS-Jr, 6', 190, #21

CB/FS

Washington

01/2015: He is undraftable. You can do a lots of things on the field that the HC can forgive, but when you get thrown off a team for choking a coach you are toast.

10/2014: He not only shutdown Jaelen Strong, he got in his head and took him out of the game. He got in his head so bad that they got in a little scuffle on a pooch punt.

08/2014: This kid has the quick twitch spark that you look for. Covers kick offs. Very sticky in Press coverage. Shuts guys down in Press. Very aware in the Zone, and can read the QB's eyes and go and get the ball away from his position. Nice aggression moving forward towards the ball. Plays stronger than he looks. Sets the edge on short yardage nicely. Great speed blitzing off the edge. Shadows WR nicely down field. He got beat deep by Montgomery against Stanford. But didn't give up much else. Terrific at fighting off WR to get to ball carrier. Great feet and speed.

9.6-CC

45

Jalen Collins- 6-1.4, 203, (U 4.48-4.43), 6.77 3-C! 4.27 SS, 10'4" Broad, 36" V, 

CB

LSU

He is still more Po-tential than production. Multiple suspensions for weed.

03/2015: He is the top riser in the Draft.

9.7-CC-Po

46

Michael Bennett- 6-2, 298, #63

3-Tech/NT

Ohio ST 

08/2014: He is a 3-Tech moving to Nose Tackle. He has to add some size and strength to survive that. He sure looked good so far. He gets to were he wants to with explosion and heavy hands. He is a much better play this season so far.

2013 Season: Bennett had the most experience along the defensive line entering the season and he played as if he did, performing like a leader, starting 13 games and amassing career highs in tackles (44) tackles-for-loss and yards (11.5 for 62) and quarterback sacks (7.5) ... he ranked fourth in the Big Ten Conference in sacks and 15th in TFLs ... in conference-only games, he ranked second in the league in sacks (6.5) and seventh in TFLs (9.5) ... he earned second-team all-Big Ten honors by both the coaches and media ...

9.6

47

Phillip Dorsett- 5-9.6, 185, 30.2"A, (PD 4.25-4.27)! 6.7 3-C! 4.11 SS, 10'9 Broad! 38"Vert, 

WR

Miami

4/2015: He ran the fastest Forty at Miami's Proday in the history of their Prodays. Officially a 4.26. He is also coming into the Draft at the perfect time for a small speed WR to hit the NFL. He could go in the 1st now. He ran mostly vertical runs and playaction routes at Miami. But he showed at the Senior Bowl and at his Prodays that he can run the underneath stuff. But the reason he could slip into the 1st is because he is a TY Hilton like WR who can take the top off the defense. 

2014 (Senior): Started season opener at Louisville, recording 39 yards on only reception...Recorded second multi-touchdown game of career against FAMU, hauling in two scores...Totaled three catches for 44 yards against Rattlers, including TD grabs of four and 32 yards...Had career day in start against Arkansas State, recording just third 200-yard receiving game in program history on four catches, totaling 201 yards...Scored two TDs against Red Wolves, each coming on catches of 63 yards...Totaled 48 yards on two catches at Nebraska, with long of 32...Led team with 75 receiving yards on three catches against Georgia Tech...Recorded third multi-touchdown game of season against Cincinnati, with game-high total of 143 yards on three catches...Had career-long 79-yard touchdown catch in third quarter against Bearcats...Added two catches for 15 yards in start against Virginia Tech...Had one catch for seven yards in start against North Carolina...Added four catches for 90 yards and one touchdown in start against Florida State...TD came on 27-yard reception that opened game's scoring...Totaled 61 yards on three receptions, including 47-yard first-quarter touchdown pass, in start against Virginia...Added two kickoff returns totaling 30 yards against Cavaliers...Recorded third 100-yard game of season in start against Pittsburgh, totaling 103 yards on five receptions...Had 51-yard touchdown catch against Panthers...Totaled five catches for 45 yards and one touchdown in Duck Commander Independence Bowl start against South Carolina...TD came on 11-yard connection in fourth quarter.

9.5-Speed

48

*Devin Funchess- 6-4.2, 232, 33.5" A, 17 R, (U 4.48), 38.5" V, 10'2" B, 4.57 SS!  

WR/H-B

Michigan

03/2015: He blew up at his Proday and run himself back into the 1st Round. Now the comparison to Benjamin make more sense. They both are too big for DB and too fast for LBs. They also both struggle with hands, and will get the dropsies. Funchess looked like a Slot/H-Back like Seattle's new Slot-WR Graham, because they both aren't the toughest guys and can look like they distain blocking for their teammates sometimes. But with a sub-4.5 forty he can also play outside like Benjamin.

09/2014: He has been officially converted to WR. However, he looked terrific and scored three TDs and had 151 yards on 7 receptions. He wore #1, which is Michigan code for number one WR. He showed great hands catching the ball over his head. However, Appalachian ST coverage was terrible. His third TD grab was as good as it gets. He soared up between two DBs turning backwards, grabbed the ball with his arms outstretched, over the two DBs, and just got a foot down in the back of endzone with the Safety hitting him into the ground. He could soar over all the other WRs in this draft. 

9.6

49

*Ronald Darby- 5-10.5, 193, (U 4.37-4.32), 

CB

FLA ST 

8/14: Looks like a nickel, but plays like a starter. He suffered through an injury filled season to only play in eight games. Looks bigger this year. Nice quickness and COD. Drops back and plays Safety sometimes on passing downs sometimes.

9.6

50

*Benardrick McKinney- 4th-Jr, 6-5, 249, #50

ILB

Miss ST 

CAREER: Strong, athletic and explosive linebacker rated among the best at his position in 2014 … An All-America candidate who will likely be on several preseason watch lists … Considered the top underclass inside linebacker prospect by Mel Kiper Jr. of ESPN … Ranked by NFL.com as one of the top 14 “freakish” athletes in the nation for the upcoming season … Versatile talent who can play inside or out and was a high school quarterback … Started 23 consecutive games entering his junior year … Played in 26 career games … Recorded 173 tackles in two seasons with 11.5 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks … Has three fumble recoveries to his credit.

2013 SOPHOMORE SEASON: The leader of the MSU defense who started all 13 games at middle linebacker ... Named to College Football News’ All-Sophomore squad ... Racked up a team-best 71 total tackles, which ranked fourth among all sophomores in the SEC ... Tied for the team lead in tackles for loss with 7.0 for a loss of 44 yards ... Tops among all Bulldogs in sacks with 3.5 for a loss of 36 yards ... Also recovered two fumbles during the year ... 

9.6

51

Grady Jarrett- 6-1, 304, 32.3" Arms, 30 Reps, 31" Vert, 94"Broad, 

3-T

Clemson

2013: Honorable Mention All-ACC selection (media, coaches) ... had 83 tackles, 11 tackles for loss, two sacks, 14 quarterback pressures and two recovered fumbles in 539 snaps over 13 games (13 starts) ... had eight tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss and a team-high three quarterback pressures in 46 snaps against No. 5 Georgia on Aug. 31 ... had five tackles and one tackle for loss in 20 snaps against SC State on Sept. 7 ... had seven tackles, one sack and two quarterback pressures in 48 snaps at NC State on Sept. 19 ... had nine tackles and two tackles for loss in 41 snaps at Syracuse on Oct. 5 ... had four tackles in 43 snaps against Boston College on Oct. 12 ... had two tackles, one tackle for loss and two quarterback pressures in 56 snaps against No. 5 Florida State on Oct. 19 ... had six tackles, one tackle for loss, three quarterback pressures and a recovered fumble in 43 snaps at Maryland on Oct. 26 ... had seven tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss in 31 snaps at Virginia on Nov. 2 ... had five tackles, one tackle for loss and a recovered fumble in 49 snaps against Georgia Tech on Nov. 14 ... had six tackles in 21 snaps against The Citadel on Nov. 23 ... had a game-high 15 tackles and two tackles for loss in 58 snaps at No. 9 South Carolina on Nov. 30; named team defensive player-of-the-game ... had six tackles and one sack in 57 snaps against No. 6 Ohio State in the Orange Bowl on Jan. 3 ... preseason third-team All-ACC by Phil Steele ... had a game-high three tackles for loss in the Spring Game.

9.6-size

52

*Shaq Thompson- 6-0.1, 228, 33" arms, 33.5" Vert, S-1.78, (U 4.72), 

WLB/RB/SS

Washington

08/2014: He is an undersized LB, who is a converted safety, but has not missed a game over the past two season, and garnered 2.5 sacks, 11 PBU, 152 tackles, and 12.5 TFL. He will have to gain 10 to 20 pounds to play in the NFL, but undersized cover linebackers become more important every year. Especially guys who can also play the run and stand up to the tough stuff.

9.6-position

53

*Mario Edwards, Jr.- 6-2 3/4, 272,

5-Tech/OLB

FLA ST

09/14: Stood up in two-man lines, and rushed the QB. Came up with big Sack in 4th quarter against OK ST that may have saved the season. He can use his hands to shed in the rush, but needs to add a move or two to make him better. He pretty much is a shove off and cut inside to outside rusher. His two-handed shove in the rush is elite, but he has to add a Rip, a Dip, or at least a Swim. Amazing how he can get to the QB with just power moves, and really no finesse.

08/14: Strong and quick 5-Tech who could be an interesting addition to the Pats 3-4, if they stay in it for another year. He is stout against the run, but will be drafted because of his ability to make blockers miss with quickness in the rush.

9.6

54

Adrian Amos- 6' 5/8", 215, (PD 4.37),  21 R, 4.03 SS! 7.09 3, 10'2" B, 35" V, 10'2" B

FS

Penn ST 

He was a tiny kid when he came to Penn State, and just kept growing. Late bloomer. He played some Corner, and he thinks can play some CB in the NFL (I don't think so). He played special teams and will have extra time to develop if he needs it, because he can make himself invaluable on special teams. Smart kid who makes it his business to understand coverages and schemes. Terrific team leader and will do the same in the NFL. Another character guy who just does his job. He is a legit FS at 215 pounds. That is as valuable in today NFL as anything.

3/2015: He is a guy I like. I think he has a chance to be a Day Two starter, and those are always the most valuable players. He had a great time for a Safety. He had 39 starts. He played both Safety and CB. It just seems to me like he ends up in Houston. He could slip into Day Two with the lack of depth at Safety in this Draft. Teams need Safeties who can cover. He can cover, and is almost 220-pounds and ran under a 4.5 at the Combine. Looks for him to go to Houston in the 3rd.

9.6

55

*Duke Johnson- 5-9, 206, (U 4.61) 

RB

Miami

Always seems to make the big plays. Added a ton of weight for this season, and looks just as quick and fast.

2013 (Sophomore): Played in eight games at running back and kick returner, making seven starts ... First-team All-ACC by Athlon Sports ... Second-team All-ACC by ACSMA and league's head coaches ... Rushed for 920 yards and 6 TDs in eight games ... Had 14 kick returns for 396 yards ... Averaged 174.1 all-purpose yards per game before suffering season-ending ankle injury in loss at Florida State ...

9.6-RB

56

**Maxx Williams- R-So, 6-4, 250

TE 

Minnesota

01/20145: In Minnesota's last game of the season in the Citrus Bowl, Maxx had a great 54-yard TD Catch. He leaped up like Gronk over two DB and took the ball. He garnered 569 yards and 8 TDs on 36 catches. The reason he will get draft early is because guys his size shouldn't be able to go deep well as he does. I watched him against Iowa, and he was awesome. He made every kind of block on all three levels that a TE has to make. Plus, he made two incredible catches that guys his size shouldn't be able to make. One was diving out of bounds while dragging a single foot in bounds, and the other dragging a foot down in the back of the endzone. Both were spectacular. 

9.5

57

Nate Orchard- 6-4, 255, #8

DE/OLB

Utah

UTAH: All-conference candidate prepares for his third year starting at left end ... has played in all 37 games in the last three years with 23 starts ... five career forced fumbles is tied for fifth in school history ... excellent pass rusher.
2013-Started all 12 games at left end ... Athlon National Defensive Player of the Week in Utah's win over No. 5 Stanford, when he recorded 2.0 sacks, forced two fumbles (tied for third in school history) and had five tackles ... 50 total tackles included 9.0 TFL (3.5 sacks) ... three forced fumbles was tied for fourth in the Pac-12 ... also had one fumble recovery and one pass breakup.

9.5

 

58

Clive Walford- RS-Sr, 6-4 258, #46 

TE/H-B

Miami

08/2014: He has terrific hands. Real big guy. Also a nice athlete. He could be a big surprise in this years Draft, depending on how fast he can run. I thought he showed enough speed running patterns against Duke.

2014 (Senior): Started in season opener at Louisville, recording three catches for 38 yards...Hauled in team's first touchdown of season, two-yard catch in back of endzone...Registered long catch of 31 yards against Cardinals...Caught two passes against FAMU for 31 yards, including long of 16...Recorded three passes, including second touchdown of season, totaling 57 yards against Arkansas State...Led team with seven catches against Nebraska, finished with 80 yards and one touchdown.

9.5

59

Bryce Petty- 6-3, 230, 5th-Sr, #14

QB 

Baylor

2/2015: Played 12 of 13 games as starting QB, led BU to Big 12 championship and named honorable mention All-America... Finished 10th in 2014 Heisman voting... Won 2014 Bobby Bowden Award (by FCA) and named 2015 Cotton Bowl MVP... Set four single-game, four bowl, two single-season and 11 career records (including two Big 12 and one NCAA) during 2014... Threw for 3,855 yards and 29 TDs on 270-for-428 passing with seven interceptions, ran for 101 yards and six TDs... Earned All-America honorable mention from Sports Illustrated and unanimous second team All-Big 12 honors... Selected second team All-Texas by Dave Campbell's Texas Football... Named finalist for Unitas Golden Arm, Manning and Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Awards... Set or tied single-season school records for 500-yard passing games (two) and 400-yard passing games (four, tied)... 157.83 pass efficiency rating led Big 12 and ranked eighth nationally (third-highest mark in school history)... Also led league in passing yards per game (321.2, sixth nationally), yards per attempt (9.0, fifth nationally) and yards per completion (14.3, 12th nationally)... Finished seventh nationally in total offense (329.7, second in Big 12) and 13th in passing TDs (29, second in Big 12)... 3,855 yards and 29 TDs both rank fourth on BU single-season charts... Averaged 464.8 yards and 2.8 TDs passing vs. ranked teams in 2014...Set school bowl records for yards (career-high 550), touchdowns (three) in Cotton Bowl vs. No. 7 Michigan State.

08/2014: He was the leader of the top offense in the nation last year. It seemed he had three or four TD drives in every 1st Half to start the blow out. I don't why he is not seen as a top QB in this Draft, but I just keep picturing him putting the ball onto a WR's hands 40 to 50 yards down field consistently. Most underrated player in this Draft, and should be the 4th QB taken in the 1st if he comes out.

9.5X-QB

60

Cedric Ogbuehi- 6-5, 305, #70

ORT

A&M 

09/2014: He was a little disappointing in the first week against South Carolina. He showed his inexperience at OLT. He whiffed completely on one play as he over set outside and gave up the inside. He gave up the inside a second time in the first half as well. He should settle down as the season goes on.

9.6-X

61

Ameer Abdullah- 5-9 195, (PD 4.4),

RB

Nebraska 

"I'm glad this part is behind me," Abdullah said at his Proday where he ran a 4.4 Flat. "Any time you can get in front of scouts and the professional guys to show what you can do, though, you should take advantage of the opportunity. I didn't do everything today, but I feel like I came out and did what I wanted to do and showed it."

3/2015: I love this kid. He has the short area explosion and instincts to be a great one. You can call this the Ridley affect. I fear his small hands and fumbling. 28 fumbles is too big a number for me.

Does anyone else think it would be exciting to see this guy catching passes from Brady out of the backfield. Plus, he is a tough little bugger as well. He averaged over 6 YPC last year, and looked bigger and better this year.

9.6-RB

62

*Alex Carter- 6', 201, (PD 4.41), (O 4.52), 

CB/FS

Stanford

03/2015: He had great Proday. He lowered his Forty to under 4.5, and got his weight over 200-pounds. 

09/2014: Carter has the same problem as Peat. They are both Juniors, and Stanford players rarely come out early. All three are more likely to stay than go. 

As a Junior (2014): Bednarik Award watch list... Nagurski Award watch list... Sporting News preseason All-Pac-12... Athlon preseason All-Pac-12 second team.. Phil Steele preseason All-Pac-12 second team

9.6

63

Gabe Wright- 6-3, 299 

DT-5-T

Auburn 

01/15: He regressed a little as a Senior. He lost a lot of weight, and while that made him healthier it hurt him on the field. He got better as the season wore on and he adjusted to the weight. He started last season at 286, and weighed in at the Senior Bowl at 299. It is sad, but D-Tackles do need that extra dangerous weight to survive in the trenches.

9.5

64

*T.J. Yeldon- 6-1.5, 220, (PD 4.52), 22 R, 36"Vert, 9'9"B, 7.19 3-C, 4.22 SS,

RB

Alabama

09/2014: I liked what he did in week one. He wasn't as spectacular as Gurley and Gordon, but he was solid, and kept slashing forward. With the way the Patriots are setting for next years Draft (Ridley, Vereen, and Bolden free agents), they could take one of the four top RBs at 32. All four guys will go much later than they should, and could all be available at the end of the 1st Round. If Gurley hits 2-grand in all-purpose yards he should be gone. If they were impressed with White, you know they had their eye on Gordon (and White would certainly help with his transition). With BB's Alabama connection you always have to be looking at their top players. And with the way Mike Davis blocks and gets yards after contact in the SEC, they will take a long look at him.

9.6-RB

Third Round

 

63

AJ Cann- OG, 6-2.5, 311, RS-Sr, #50

OLG 

S. Carolina

09/2014: Terrific inside blocker. He looks like he sustains blocks better than all the other OG/OCs. He is powerful at the point. He has been a very sticky blocker so far. I love how he grabs hold and can bend DTs into awkward positions. Grabs rushers with his big mitts and they are done. He would look awesome replacing Logan Mankins at OLG nest season.

9.6-OG

66

Steven Nelson- 5-11, 194, #2, 

CB

Oregon ST

OREGON STATE – 2014: Steven is the incumbent at cornerback on the left side and will be expected to secure a starting spot … rated as the No. 4 senior cornerback in the nation by ESPN’s Mel Kiper, Jr. in June … named to the Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List given annually to the most outstanding defensive player … has a knack for big plays … solid tackler … speedster with a history in track … was an explosive return man on special teams in junior college and could be a - State in January … began the season as the nickel cornerback … moved into the starting lineup against Colorado and remained a starter for the final nine games … led cornerbacks with 62 tackles … registered season-high nine tackles at Washington State … recorded first career interception against Hawaii … snared a pair of interceptions the following week at Utah … scored the game-winning touchdown on a pick-six at San Diego State, notching his fourth interception in three weeks … led the Beavers with eight pass break-ups … earned Pac-12 Conference honorable mention.

9.6

67

David Johnson- 6-1, 224, (U 4.5-4.5), 

RB

North. Iowa

1/2015: He is a great athlete with great size. He reminds me of Forte. He is as good in the passing game as in the run game. He had an awesome Senior Bowl where he made a ton of money.

9.6

68

Doran Grant- 5-11, 193, #12

CB

Ohio ST

10/2014: He is a terrific hitter and tackler. He could switch over to FS easy. But he really does a great job turning and running with the WR. he does a good job getting position, and then turning and looking back at the QB.
2013 Season: Grant started all 14 games and earned honorable mention all-Big Ten Conference honors by both the coaches and the media ... in his first season as a full-time starter, he ranked ninth in the Big Ten in passes defended with 13 and .93 per game ... he was the team's fifth-leading tackler with 58 ... he tied for the team lead with three interceptions and his 10 pass break-ups ranked second to Bradley Roby's 13

9.6

69

Rashad Greene- 5-11 5/8, 177, 6.88 3-C! 4.11 SS, (O 4.53) 36" Vert, 10'2 Broad,

WR

FLA ST 

He is the kind of reliable WR every QB wants. He reminds me of Troy Brown. Runs great patterns, gets open, and knows what to do when he has the ball in his hands.
2013: Will enter his senior season having already put together one of the finest careers ever by a Florida State wide receiver…ranks fourth in FSU history in career receptions (171), sixth in receiving yards (2,465) and tied for seventh in receiving touchdowns (22)…is the ACC’s active leader in touchdown receptions…tallied the second-most receptions in a season ever by a Seminole (76) in 2013 and became the first FSU player to gain 1,000 receiving yards (1,128) since Anquan Boldin in 2002…FSU’s leading receiver for the third consecutive season is also a respected veteran leader and one of four permanent captains named by head coach Jimbo Fisher for the 2013 season...ultra-quick receiver can turn a slant into a 60-yard score...captured All-ACC First Team honors from the coaches and media…finished fifth in the conference in receptions and receiving yards…added nine touchdown catches…has caught a pass in 29 consecutive games, dating back to his MVP performance in the 2011 Champs Sports Bowl...torched Auburn for nine receptions and 147 yards in the BCS National Championship Game at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif….caught first two passes of game-winning drive, an eight-yard reception on first-and-10 and a game-breaking 49-yard catch-and-run that took the Seminoles from the FSU 28-yard line to the Auburn 23-yard mark with 1:05 to go in the game…also drew a crucial pass interference call on third-and-8 from the Auburn 10-yard line with 21 seconds left that gave Florida State a first down..

9.6

70

Denzel Perryman- 5-8, 242, #52

ILB

Miami 

09/2014: Tough short ILB who will go later than expected. Linebackers under 6' rarely go before Day Three. 

2014 (Senior): Started season opener at Louisville, recording game-high 12 tackles...11 solo stops against Cardinals, included first sack of season (three yards)...Led team with six tackles against FAMU, including 1 TFL.

9.6-Size

71

Donovan Smith- 6-6, 328, 34.3" Arm, 26 Rep, 32" Vert, 9'1" Broad, (PD 4.98),

OT

Penn ST

3/2015: Smith might have had the best off season of prospect. He dominated at the Senior Bowl. then he had a great Combine. On his Proday he got his weight down to 328, his Forty to under 5.0 (and his arms grew over an inch to 35.5"). If he has convinced someone that he can play OLT in the NFL he will go on Day Two.

This ranking is based on his great play at the Senior Bowl. His utter lack of consistency at Penn ST will relegated him to Day Three. But don't be surprised if he goes early in the 4th after a shockingly consistent Senior Bowl. He has the size and athleticism to play OLT in the NFL.

9.4-OLT

72

Ty Sambrailo- RS-Sr, 6-5, 315, #51

OLT

Colo. ST

2013 (Junior): Voted second-team All-Mountain West by vote of coaches and media...started all 14 games for the Rams at left tackle and helped propel the Rams to their most productive offensive performance in school history...a key cog in a veteran offensive front for a unit that set school records for points (507) and yards (470.8) per game...the Rams rushed for their greatest per-game average (204.4) since 2002 and topped the 500-yard mark eight times, most in school history...helped block for the Rams' single-season record-holder for rushing yards, Kapri Bibbs, who recorded 1,741 yards and a school-and Mountain West-record 31 rushing touchdowns...the Rams' offensive line only allowed 22 sacks, the second-fewest since 2003 (18) at CSU.  

9.4-OLT?

73

Laken Tomlinson- RS-Sr 6-3 330, #77

OG

Duke

2014: Returning All-ACC offensive lineman ... named to the preseason Watch List for the Outland Trophy, an honor presented annually by the Football Writers Association of America to the nation’s most outstanding interior lineman ... candidate for the Rotary Lombardi Award, an honor presented by the Rotary Club of Houston to the nation’s top lineman ... preseason second team All-America choice by both Athlon Sports and Phil Steele’s College Football Preview ... preseason All-ACC selection by Athlon Sports (1st team), Lindy’s Sports (1st team) and Phil Steele’s College Football Preview (1st team) ... charted as the No. 2 OG prospect for the 2015 NFL Draft by CBS Sports behind Tre’ Jackson of Florida State ... listed as the No. 3 OG prospect and No. 45 overall prospect for the 2015 NFL Draft by Lindy’s Sports ... member of Duke’s OL unit ranked No. 24 nationally by Athlon Sports ... one of five active ACC players to have earned both first team All-ACC and Academic All-ACC honors, joining teammates Kelby Brown, Jamison Crowder and Will Monday as well as Florida State’s Jameis Winston ... iin 39 career games (39 starts), has played 2,981 snaps ... one of two current Blue Devils to have played in all 39 games over the past three seasons, joining WR Jamison Crowder ... 

9.6-ORG

74

Sean Hickey 6'5, 300 

OLT

Syracuse

I am a believer in Hickey. I think he can play OLT in the NFL. He will likely be the last guy taken who can still play OLT in the NFL. I like how he turns and hits guys. He looks a little undersized at 6-6, 300, but he plays with some power. I love how he attacks a D-lineman's side, and seems to Seal him even if he can't turn him. Nice smooth kickslide. He will lower his head to helmet butt a guy sometimes. He does look like he is a legit 6-6. Needs to add some weight.

9.4-OLT

75

*Gerod Holliman- 6', 218, 17 Reps, 32" arms, 

FS

Louisville

He is a Safety who seemed to arrive from nowhere. While some don't think he is ready to play in the NFL, he was the most impactful DB in college football last year. He averaged over one interception per game last season. He garnered 17 PBU, 14 INTs and 245 return yards in 13 games last season. Those are not only amazing numbers, but the interceptions also ties a record that stood since 1968 by some-guy-named Al Worley. Some have compared him to Ed Reed for his ability to destroy a QB in coverage, his exceptional instincts, and ability to ball the ball in the air like a WR. However, he is not nearly a stand out against the run. He garnered only 37 Tackles, but interestingly 29 of them were solo tackles. But any DB who can garner that many turnovers in coverage is going to be coveted on Day One. He picked off three against BC (prick;-). He wasn't just a bunches guy, he had 10 in the 9 games before BC. The one caveat is that he is a one year wonder.

9.5-run D

76

Damarious Randall- 5-10.7, 196, (O 4.46)! 38" V! 12"B, 6.83 3-C! 4.07 SS!

FS/Slot-CB

Arizona ST

He might be the best coverage Safety in the Draft. You can put him in the Slot and he can cover WRs. But, he might be the worst Safety in the Draft in run defense.

3/2015: He plays like a strong safety and tested out like a Corner. He is undersized, but could be the perfect ideal for the new NFL free safety. He was the most underrated freak at the Combine. He was was top five in Safety measurables at combine in four categories: Forty, Vertical leap, Short Shuttle, and 3-Cone drill. his 3-cone number was particularly impressive.

9.5-run  D

77

*Jay Ajayi- 6', 224, (O 4.57), 10'1"B! 39"V, 4.1 SS! 11.1 60, 7.1 3-C, 32"Arms, 19 Reps,

RB

Boise ST

Ajayi is an elite double threat. His Combine numbers where tops as well. Then he showed up at his Proday at 224-pounds. He could go in the 1st Round. His quickness, COD, and explosion numbers where top five for all RBs. Most importantly he rushed for 1,823 yards and 28 TDs, and garnered 523 yards and 4 TDs on 50 receptions. 

9.7X-RB

78

Tre Jackson- 6-3 5/8, 319, 32 1/2" Hands, (O 5.52), 25" Vert, 7'10" Broad,

OG

FLA ST

 Outlook: He struggled last season. But, as the season wore on he looked better. He was much better in pass protection and run blocking once Fleming got in at OC. Those two seemed to work very well together. 

9.6-ORG

79

Carl Davis- 5th-Sr, 6-5, 315, S-1.73, (U 5.07), 

DT/NT

IOWA 

Football Character issues will cause him to drop. Doesn't play all out all the time.

2013 - - started all 13 games at defensive tackle . . . recorded 42 tackles, including 11 solo stops and 31 assists . . . also had four tackles for loss and 1.5 QB sacks, along with one pass break-up and one QB pressure . . . earned first start of career at defensive tackle in 30-27 opening loss to Northern Illinois, recording career-best four tackles, all assists. . . started at defensive tackle in 21-14 Outback Bowl loss to LSU, recording two solo tackles and one assist.

9.6-FC

80

Anthony Harris- 6-1, 183, 30" arms, (O 4.56), 

FS

Virginia

09/14: Returning SI All American who is the top returning interceptor from last season with 8 INTs. He has nice hands to snap the ball out of the air. Plus, he is a tough tackler in the run game. They put him up in the box sometimes as a SS/LB. He knows how to read the QB, and makes great breaks on the ball. He has nice recovery speed going after the deep ball. Not a CB. He is a smaller Strong Safety with hands and instincts to intercept the ball.

AT VIRGINIA: 2013 - Appeared in all 12 games with 11 starts ... ranked No. 1 in the nation with eight interceptions ... his eight interceptions are the most by a UVa player since Ronde Barber led the ACC with eight in 1994 ... the eight interceptions places Harris No. 2 all-time at UVa for interceptions in a season and tied with Barber and Kevin Cook (1987) ... 

9.5

81

Paul Dawson- 6-2, 230, #47

ILB

TCU

Great football player who has Football Concerns. Coaches said he is crass and hard to coach. But he might have the best instinct in the Draft for a pure LB.

10/2014: He is a little small, but he can sure move on the field. What will get him on an NFL roster it that he is great in coverage. Teams need LBs who can tackle the RB when he runs, and cover him in the passing game. For my money Dawson is the best cover linebacker in the Daft. 

2013: Led TCU with 91 tackles ... ranked eighth in the Big 12 with 7.6 stops per game ... played in all 12 contests while starting the final seven games ... placed second on the Horned Frogs with 10 tackles for loss ... his career-high 17 tackles, including three for loss with a half sack, against Kansas were the most by a Horned Frog since Jonathan Anderson tallied 17 against BYU in 2011 ... the 17 tackles tied for the third-highest total in Gary Patterson's 13 seasons as TCU's head coach ... entered the KU contest with only two tackles for loss in his career ... reached double figures in stops in five of the final seven games ... closed the season with 15 tackles and a pass breakup versus Baylor ... totaled 14 stops, including two for loss, in the win at Iowa State ... also had two tackles for loss as part of 13 stops to go with his first career interception and a pass breakup in the West Virginia game ... had 12 tackles against Texas.

9.6-FC

82

Tyler Lockett- 5'10, 181,  

WR

Kansas ST 

I was very impressed with Locket's speed at SB. I knew he was an unstoppable waterbug at Kansas St, but he showed he has some speed as well.

9.5-Size

83

*P.J. Williams6', 194, (U 4.62-4.57), 

CB 

FLA ST

08/2014: Good sized Corner who is tough and can really hit. He can play real low, and still move with interesting speed and quickness. So much depends on the forty as to where Corners go so it is tough to say.
2013: Captured Defensive MVP honors in BCS National Championship Game versus Auburn after making a career-high seven tackles, including a half-tackle for loss and interception on consecutive plays at the start of the fourth quarter when the Seminoles trailed 21-13…

 

9.6-CC

84

Ifo Ekpre-Olomu- 5-9, 195, #14

CB

Oregon 

02/2015: Does anyone else seem him going to Philly in the 2nd?

08/2014: One of my favorite players in the FBS, but his size and speed will hurt him in the Draft.

9.6X-size

85

*Danielle Hunter- 6-5 1/4, 251, (O 4.57)! 6.97 3-C! 10'10"Broad! 35.5"Vert, 4.47 SS,

OLB

LSU

Hunter is an elite athlete as an edgerusher. But he does not have that knack for hitting the quarterback. Teams loves this kid's potential, and coaches think they can coach him up. But he scares me as much as he intrigues me. He is one of the top boom or bust players in this Draft.

9/2014: Does a nice job playing with his head up watching the QB. Shows some nice quickness sliding inside to hit the RB. Hustles consistently inside to try and get in front of RB. He looks like a 3-4 OLB. Very nice elbow-jam inside move, where he jams the OLT's elbow and then burst inside. Nice long arms which he uses well. 

9.6-Production

86

Lorenzo Mauldin- 6-3.5, 259, S-1.71, (U 4.9), 

OLB/DE

Louisville

2013 JUNIOR SEASON: Has started all 13 games along the defensive line... named second team All-American Athletic Conference... second on the team with 9.5 sacks and tied for second with 12.0 tackles for loss... tied for 19th nationally in sacks... recorded a career-best 40 tackles... matched season-high with six tackles in win at No. 23 Cincinnati... finished with five tackles, including one sack and 1.5 tackles for loss against Houston... tallied six tackles against UCF... matched career highs with 2.0 sacks and 3.0 tackles for loss in wins at Temple and Kentucky... also forced fumbles against Owls and Wildcats.

2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Played in 11 games with six starts at defensive end... Recorded a career-high 22 tackles and a team-high 4.5 sacks... tallied 6.5 tackles for loss... Registered four tackles and a sack in a win over Missouri State... Tallied career-best five tackles and 1.5 sacks on the road at Pittsburgh.

9.4

 

87

Jeff Heuerman- 6-5, 255, #5, 33 Reps, 36.5" Vert, 

TE

Ohio ST

Ohio State Overview: Jeff Heuerman is one of the top tight ends in college football ... he is outstanding as a blocker, as a route runner and as a receiver ... he is also a leader, even being called out by strength coach Mickey Marotti this spring as being the "ringleader of what we want in terms of work ethic" ... the owner of a team-best 33 bench press reps of 225 pounds and with the second highest vertical leap - 36.5 inches - on the team, Heuerman is a talented athlete from a house full of talented athletes (father, Paul, was a basketball captain at Michigan and brother, Mike, is a sophomore tight end at Notre Dame) ... he missed most of spring drills this year with two injuries - broken nose and mid-foot sprain - but that isn't a concern: he's played in 36 games and started 22 times over the last three years and he enters 2014 with 35 career receptions for 585 yards - an impressive 16.7 yards per catch average - and five touchdowns ... he is majoring in economics.

2013 Season: Heuerman led all Ohio State receivers by averaging 17.9 yards per reception with 26 receptions for 466 yards and four touchdowns ... 

9.4

88

Cody Prewitt- 6-2, 217, #25,

SS

Mississippi

08/2014: A ton of players got 6 INTs last season. Prewitt was the biggest. Any Strong Safety who had 6 INTs, and NFL guys are talking about him as a linebacker is not making it out of day Two.

9.5-SS

89

Kurtis Drummond- 6-1, 208, (U 4.65). 39.5" Vert! 9'11" B, 7.09 3-C, 4.33 SS,

FS

Mich ST

2013 SEASON (JUNIOR): SI.com All-American (honorable mention) . . . first-team All-Big Ten selection by the coaches . . . second-team all-conference pick by the media . . . also earned All-Big Ten honors from ESPN.com (first team), Sporting News (first team), CollegeFootballNews.com (first team) and Athlon Sports (first team) . . . ranked one of the top 30 players (No. 25) in the Big Ten by CollegeFootballNews.com . . . recipient of MSU's Outstanding Underclass Back Award (defense) . . . ranked second on the team with a career-high 91 tackles, including 3.5 for losses (18 yards) . . . tied for team lead and ranked tied for third in the Big Ten with four interceptions . . . ranked tied for 10th in the Big Ten with 10 passes defended (four interceptions, six pass break-ups)

9.4

90

Josh Shaw- 5th-Sr, 6-1, 200, #6

CB/FS

USC

Very interesting CB who lied about getting hurt saving his nephew from drowning, has been suspended indefinitely. Transferred from Florida and sat out a season. He drop out if 1st, and maybe further.

CAREER: In his 3-year college career at Florida and USC, he has 119 tackles (including 8.5 for losses), 14 deflections and 6 interceptions with 22 starts. At USC, he has 97 tackles, including 7.5 for losses, plus 13 deflections and 6 interceptions while starting 21 games.

2014: Shaw, USC's most versatile and reliable defensive back (he has started at cornerback and safety), will look to start again as a senior in 2014, most likely at cornerback.

2013: Shaw started both at cornerback and free safety as a junior in 2013, although he primarily was at corner. Overall in 2013 while starting all 14 games (at free safety against Hawaii, Arizona and Notre Dame and at cornerback for the other games), he had 67 tackles, including 5.5 for losses of 17 yards, 4 interceptions with 1 for a TD and 7 deflections, plus he returned a blocked punt 14 yards for a TD. He made 2013 All-Pac-12 honorable mention and Phil Steele All-Pac-12 third team. He was named USC's Defensive Perimeter Player of the Year.

9.6-CC

91

Arie Kouandjio- 6-5 315, #77

OG

Alabama 

OUTLOOK: A talented and powerful offensive lineman ... returned to the field in 2012 in a reserve role after recovering from multiple knee surgeries ... won the starting job at left tackle in 2013 and returns in 2014 to help secure an offensive line that must replace two starters, including his brother Cyrus, who was the Tide's left tackle in 2012 and 2013 ... redshirted in 2010 and played two games in 2011 before injury ... has seen action in 26 career contests with 13 starts

9.6X-OG-X

92

Ali Marpet- 6-3.7, 307, 30 Reps, 33.3" Arms, S-1.74, (O 4.98), SS- (4.47), 3-C 7.33

OG/OC

Hobart

Combine: He started all 13 games at OLT, and didn't not allow a sack He went to the Senior Bowl and showed he belonged. He was quick, fast, and got himself in front of big Danny Shelton and stoned him. Then he went to the Combine ran the fastest forty, and looked like the most athletic O-linemen there. Then he did 30 Reps at 225-pounds. He reminds me a little of Dan Connolly, only a better athlete. He plays so quick and low that Zone blocking scheme coaches are going to love this guy. He could slip into the 1st for a Zone Blocking team. 

2014: AFCA All-American ... D3football.com All-America first team ... AP Little All-America second team ... Reese's Senior Bowl ... D3football.com All-East first team ... ECAC North first team All-Star ... Liberty League Co-Offensive Player of the Year, first offensive lineman in league history to be so honored ... Unanimous All-Liberty League first team ... Captain ... Lindy's preseason All-American first team ... D3football.com preseason All-American second team ... BSN preseason All-American ...

9.5-OG

93

Deion Barnes- 6-4, 257, 33.1" Arms, 31 R,  (U 4.75), (O 4.8)! 34" V, 4.32 SS, 7.26 3-C

DE

Penn ST

Has trouble seeing it sometimes, but he has great COD. He moves better than a 260 guy should. He had a nice Senior Bowl. He showed the blast off and run past the ORT and pressures the QB. He has a nice dip and rip around the corner. He plays the inside run very nicely. He looks like he has some 3-4 OLB in him.

9.4

94

Jeremy Langford- 5-11, 206, (O 4.42)! 19 Reps, 

RB

Mich ST 

01/2015: Great college RB who should fall into Day Three.

9.6-RB

95

Quinten Rollins- 5-11, 193,

FS/CB

Miami Ohio

01/2014: Smaller school elite athlete whose Stock is sky-rocketing, and he should end up on Day Two if his Combine is great.

9.4

96

Trey Flowers- 6-4, 267, 

DE

Arkansas

2013: Flowers earned second-team All-SEC acclaim after finishing the season with 44 tackles, including 13.5 for loss with 5.0 sacks, three forced fumbles, one interception, two pass breakups and five quarterback hurries... his average of 1.23 tackles for loss per game ranked second in the SEC and 34th in the NCAA, and his tackles for loss total ranked fourth in the conference... His tackles for loss accounted for 58 yards lost, tied for the ninth-highest total in the SEC.. He recorded 9.5 tackles for loss in conference play, which ranked fifth in the SEC... he also is tied for second in the conference and 23rd in the country in forced fumbles...

9.5

 

 

 

 

3rd Round Compensatory Picks

97

Chris Conley- 6-1.7, 213, (U 4.41-4.35) 45" Vert! 11'7" Broad!

WR

Georgia 

03/2015:  True super Freak. He also has good hands, and top character. You can easily say that he has the top character in this Draft. Named team captain. He had good not great production at Georgia. He was injured last season and that hurt his production.

9.6-Freak

98

Xavier Cooper- 6-4, 300, #96

5-T

Wash ST

He is a big strong 5-tech who has garnered 13 Sacks over the past three seasons. He plays with great hands and balance, and that goes a long way in the NFL. He shows a decent up field burst to get the blocker's shoulder, and hit the QB. Played in a disciplined 3-4 hybrid defense, where he mastered stacking the blocker, and then shedding him with his hands, slaps, and a nice under hand punch. Some teams think he is much more than a Day Three DT, and think he can hit the QB consistently. He should go in Day Two.

9.5

99

Jamil Douglas- 6-4.4, 309, 33.3"Arms, 28 Reps, 4.58 SS, 7.73 3-C, 8'1"B, 29"V, 

OG/OT

Arizona ST

This guy is a very valuable commodity. He played ORG and ORT at Arizona State. Then he went to the Senior Bowl and looked very comfortable at OLG. His versatility extends to four positions in the NFL. Obvious his best position is at Guard. I think he is an an OLG who can step out to either tackle spot in a dire emergency.

9.5-OG

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