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Jonathan Cyprien - SS - Florida International thumbnail

Jonathan Cyprien - SS - Florida International

Cyprien was a lightly recruited prospect out of high school but managed to start 45 games over his four years at Florida International. He showed steady progress moving from All Sun Belt Conference honorable mention as a freshman in 2009, to the second team in 2010 and 2011, and finally the first team in 2012. Cyprien leaves FIU as the school’s all-time leading tackler with 365, placing him fourth all-time in the Sun Belt Conference. In addition, he holds school records for solo tackles (213) and forced fumbles (6) and finished in the top five in Interceptions (4th), Pass breakups (2nd) , Assisted tackles (4th), and fumble recoveries (4th). Cyprien was invited to the 2013 Senior Bowl where he made a name for himself on the practice field. He was also invited to the 2013 Scouting Combine but didn’t fully workout due to hamstring and shoulder injuries. He was healthy for his teams’ Pro Day where he completed a full workout except for the vertical jump. STRENGTHS Possesses the ideal ideal build and strength for a safety at the next level Very violent and sure tackler from the secondary Shows ability to blitz versus the run and pass Relentless non-stop motor on the field and in practice WEAKNESSES Straight line speed is a question Has a tendency to tackle high Change of direction and quickness are lacking in pass coverage Can get sucked up by play action at times MY TAKE This is where you need to separate free safeties from strong safeties. Cyprien will (not would) excel as a strong safety at the next level. His attitude and work ethic will make him a quick study. Many of the flaws he has can be corrected by good coaching. And the rest can be masked by a smart coordinator who recognizes exactly what Cyprien is. In my mind, the two closest comparisons I see are William Moore and Bernard Pollard. Cyprien can contribute immediately in the run game and can compete in the pass game if he’s not asked to overdo it. He’s a strict “in-the-box” safety who won’t hurt you much with limited coverage responsibilities. His hot spot in the draft will be somewhere between the contending teams at the end of round one and the teams looking to remake their defenses in the early second round. School: Florida International Position: SS Hometown: North Miami Beach, FL Height: 6002 Weight: 217 Bench Press: 18 Vertical Jump: 38.5” 40 T: 4.64 Projection: 1st/2nd Round - - Career Defensive Stats Tackles Def Int Fumbles Year School Conf Class Pos Solo Ast Tot Loss Sk Int Yds Avg TD PD FR Yds TD FF 2009 Florida International Sun Belt FR DB 48 30 78 1.5 0.0 1 0 0.0 0 4 0 0 0 2 2010 Florida International Sun Belt SO DB 63 50 113 3.0 0.0 1 0 0.0 0 7 0 0 0 3 2011 Florida International Sun Belt JR DB 48 33 81 5.5 1.0 1 9 9.0 1 9 0 0 0 0 2012 Florida International Sun Belt SR DB 54 39 93 3.5 0.0 3 35 11.7 0 8 0 0 0 1 Career Florida International 213 152 365 13.5 1.0 6 44 7.3 1 28 0 0 0 6
Quanterus Smith - DE - Western Kentucky thumbnail

Quanterus Smith - DE - Western Kentucky

Smith is another player who will drafted based upon potential. He tore he ACL in the tenth game of his senior season. Prior to that injury, Smith had played in all 46 games (starting 18) in his four year career at Western Kentucky. Smith was leading the nation in sacks at the time of his season ending knee injury. Smith was named to the All-Conference third team in 2010 and the All-Conference second team in 2011. For his injury shortened senior season, he was named the 2012 Sun Belt Player of the Year. In only ten games he recorded 38 tackles (18.5 for loss) and 12.5 sacks. For his career, Smith compiled 135 tackles (41 for loss) and 23 sacks. STRENGTHS Quick first step and elite flexibility on the pass rush Displays a full array of pass rush moves Excellent motor and effort in all phases of the game Above average strength with room to fill out his frame WEAKNESSES There are questions about the level of competition he played against Stands up too quick at times, must learn to fire off the ball lower more consistently Can be pushed off the ball easily at times in the run game Has to learn to flatten his outside rush better MY TAKE This is one of the tougher evaluations in this draft class. Smith has flashed top notch pass rush ability but outside of the Alabama game, his level of competition is questionable. At the next level, he will have to add bulk and strength to compete, regardless of where he plays in the defense. I see him playing a traditional 4-3 end in the NFL, but I’m not sure he’s an every down end unless his strength and technique improve in the run game. I can see him being used much like Mark Anderson has been. Another possibility would be as an outside rush linebacker in a 3-4, which to me is a stretch. He’s never played there and coming off of ACL surgery, teaching him a new position sounds like a tough transition to me. Smith’s challenge will be to improve against the run or else he may have little choice but to switch to OLB. Were I to gamble on him, I’d ask him to bulk up without sacrificing his flexibility and teach him to compete against the run. As a situational rusher, Smith could be a nice player in the right system. He’s also shown great ability on coverage units in college and could contribute to special teams right away. School: Western Kentucky Position: DE Hometown: Loganville, GA Date of Birth: 01/26/89 Height: 6050 Weight: 250 Bench Press: N/A Vertical Jump: N/A 40 T: N/A Projection: 7th Round/UDFA - - Career Defensive Stats Tackles Def Int Fumbles Year School Conf Class Pos Solo Ast Tot Loss Sk Int Yds Avg TD PD FR Yds TD FF 2009 Western Kentucky Sun Belt FR DL 7 5 12 1.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 Western Kentucky Sun Belt SO DL 29 18 47 10.5 4.0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 2011 Western Kentucky Sun Belt JR DL 23 15 38 11.0 7.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Western Kentucky Sun Belt SR DL 28 10 38 18.5 12.5 0 0 0 1 1 75 1 3 Career Western Kentucky 87 48 135 41.0 24.0 0 0 0 3 1 75 1 5
Justin Hunter - WR - Tennessee thumbnail

Justin Hunter - WR - Tennessee

Justin Hunter is a vertical receiver that is a speed demon and an impressive athlete to win one on one matchups down the field. He has extremely long arms and prototypical height to go along with tremendous jumping ability to win in the redzone and highpoint the football. A multisport athlete, Hunter was a track star and a state champion in the long jump and high jump as well as playing on the basketball team. He arrived at Tennessee as a highly touted prep prospect and proved his worth with an eye-popping 25.9 yards per catch as a true freshman. He caught seven touchdowns on only 16 receptions and things looked extremely bright for his sophomore campaign but it was cut short but a torn left ACL against Florida in the third game of the season. This injury clearly set Hunter back but he rebounded to play last season and still put up 1,000+ yards receiving to lead the Vols only one year removed from the injury. He showed tremendous toughness, dedication and determination to become a coach on the field for the Tennessee receiving corps. Hunter decided to declare for this year’s drat and forgo his final season of eligibility, which is partially due to the scheme changes at Tennessee but also due in part to the birth of his new baby. The upshot is that he will be able to avoid any further collegiate injuries and get a head start on his NFL career. POSITIVES This guy is the cardboard cutout of Randy Moss; Ideal Length, height and speed needed to stretch a defense deep. Prototype leaping ability and height to win in jump ball situations as well as heavily contested passes in the redzone. Reliable ball skills; highpoints the football and knows how to attack when the ball is in the air. Locates the football quickly and tracks it extremely well; Great body control to make over the shoulder catches. Has experience at all three receiver positions and can play split end, flanker or slot. Very willing blocker that gives consistent effort despite his lack of bulk. Driven person that is dedicated to his craft; wants to be the best. NEGATIVES Has missed time due to injury; Torn left ACL in non-contact injury after his first catch of the Florida game in week three of 2012. Durability will be looming question with his lean frame and lack of bulk. Needs to add about 15 more pounds to his frame. Limited route runner at this point; rounds off at the end of his stem and is not a salesman in his matchups. Not a consistent hands catcher that often lets passes into his body. BOTTOM LINE Nicknamed “Gumby” by his receivers coach and his quarterback, Tyler Bray, because of his deep ball presence and natural ability to win in jump ball situations, Hunter is a prototype wide receiver with ideal arm length, height and leaping ability to stretch defenses deep and force teams to bracket coverage his way. He rebounded from a torn ACL last season and really morphed into a leader in the huddle for the Vols this last year. While he is still a work in progress, Hunter offers up some tremendous athleticism and upside which is why some teams will have him in the conversation at the end of round one. Hunter will immediately contribute as a teams deep threat but might take a full year before he masters all the nuances of the game. In the right vertical offense, Justin Hunter could be a deadly speed demon that would force teams to make tough decisions. The Redskins, Saints and Lions would make a lot of sense for Hunter as fits. School: Tennessee Position: WR Hometown: Virginia Beach, VA Date of Birth: 05/20/91 Height: 6040 Weight: 196 40 T: 4.44 Projection: 1st/2nd Round Pro Comparison: AJ Green - - Career Rushing/Receiving Stats Year Team G Rush Yds Yd/Rush TDs Rec Yds Yd/Rec TDs 2010 Tenn 13 0 0 - 0 16 415 25.9 7 2011 Tenn 3 0 0 - 0 17 314 18.5 2 2012 Tenn 12 0 0 - 0 73 1083 14.8 9 Career 28 0 0 - 0 106 1812 17.1 18
Cordarrelle Patterson - WR - Tennessee thumbnail

Cordarrelle Patterson - WR - Tennessee

Patterson is lightning in a bottle. He can get vertical in an instant and is a nightmare to defend after the catch because he is such a slippery runner. Cordarrelle Patterson started his collegiate football career off at Hutchinson Community College before transferring to Tennessee for his only year of division one play and while he only played one year as a Vol, he made it a memorable season. He is a playmaker that is a threat to score any time he touches the ball and proved as much in 2012 with 10 total touchdowns (5 Receiving, 3 rushing, 1 punt return and 1 kick return) and 1,800+ all-purpose yards on the year. Patterson is cat like quick with terrific vision to see plays develop and set his blockers up after the catch. He is explosive in space and can stop/start on a dime but also has legit track star speed. He has such fluid movements and competitive drive to keep plays alive, putting the extra effort forth that will make scouts take note and is certain to secure him a spot in the first round. POSITIVES Patterson is an electric player with moves on top of moves; Just get the football in his hands and let him do his magic. Massive upside considering how raw he is as a receiver with what he was able to do in one year of division one football; Hit the ground running. Prototype size with above average height and possesses adequate bulk to power through would be tacklers. Athletically gifted with legit timed speed and tremendous explosion to win in jump ball situations. He has very strong hands and locates the football quickly to haul it in at its highest point. Outstanding special teamer; Ace kick returner that can change a game. NEGATIVES Still a very raw player that might take a while to adjust to the pro game considering his background. He is still a novice route runner at this point that will have to be attached at the hip to a team’s wide receiver coach. Ball skills are only average at this point with some concentration drops during his season at Tennessee. Only one year of division one football under his belt could result in a long developmental period. BOTTOM LINE Patterson has a ton of upside considering how dangerous a player he was last year in only his first season at the division one level. He made SEC defenders look foolish at times and while he won’t be able to make an NFL game look like an “And One Mix Tape”, his dynamic athleticism will certainly translate to the next level. This guy is a lock for the first round thanks to his rare athleticism and his superb talent as a runner but if he dedicates himself to his craft and sponges up everything his receivers coach says, he could be one of the best receivers in the league in a few years. School: Tennessee Position: WR Hometown: Rock Hill, SC Date of Birth: 03/17/91 Height: 6025 Weight: 216 40 T: 4.42 Projection: 1st Round Pro Comparison: Dez Bryant - - Career Rushing/Receiving Stats Year Team G Rush Yds Yd/Rush TDs Rec Yds Yd/Rec TDs 2012 Tenn 12 25 308 12.3 3 46 778 16.9 5 Career 12 25 308 12.3 3 46 778 16.9 5
Palyer Spotlight: SS JJ Wilcox, Georgia Southern thumbnail

Palyer Spotlight: SS JJ Wilcox, Georgia Southern

Georgia Southern’s JJ Wilcox has taken an unusual path to where he is today, having started only one season at safety in his career. Despite it being his first season on defense, Wilcox managed several All-Conference honors and scored an invite to the 2013 Senior Bowl. After a strong showing there and at The NFL Combine, Wilcox is primed to make the jump to the next level and joins Chris LaBarge of RookieDraft.com to talk about his NFL Draft experience. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

NFL DRAFT PROSPECTS

Quanterus Smith - DE - Western Kentucky thumbnail

Quanterus Smith - DE - Western Kentucky

Smith is another player who will drafted based upon potential. He tore he ACL in the tenth game of his senior season. Prior to that injury, Smith had played in all 46 games (starting 18) in his four year career at Western Kentucky. Smith was leading the nation in sacks at the time of his season ending knee injury. Smith was named to the All-Conference third team in 2010 and the All-Conference second team in 2011. For his injury shortened senior season, he was named the 2012 Sun Belt Player of the Year. In only ten games he recorded 38 tackles (18.5 for loss) and 12.5 sacks. For his career, Smith compiled 135 tackles (41 for loss) and 23 sacks. STRENGTHS Quick first step and elite flexibility on the pass rush Displays a full array of pass rush moves Excellent motor and effort in all phases of the game Above average strength with room to fill out his frame WEAKNESSES There are questions about the level of competition he played against Stands up too quick at times, must learn to fire off the ball lower more consistently Can be pushed off the ball easily at times in the run game Has to learn to flatten his outside rush better MY TAKE This is one of the tougher evaluations in this draft class. Smith has flashed top notch pass rush ability but outside of the Alabama game, his level of competition is questionable. At the next level, he will have to add bulk and strength to compete, regardless of where he plays in the defense. I see him playing a traditional 4-3 end in the NFL, but I’m not sure he’s an every down end unless his strength and technique improve in the run game. I can see him being used much like Mark Anderson has been. Another possibility would be as an outside rush linebacker in a 3-4, which to me is a stretch. He’s never played there and coming off of ACL surgery, teaching him a new position sounds like a tough transition to me. Smith’s challenge will be to improve against the run or else he may have little choice but to switch to OLB. Were I to gamble on him, I’d ask him to bulk up without sacrificing his flexibility and teach him to compete against the run. As a situational rusher, Smith could be a nice player in the right system. He’s also shown great ability on coverage units in college and could contribute to special teams right away. School: Western Kentucky Position: DE Hometown: Loganville, GA Date of Birth: 01/26/89 Height: 6050 Weight: 250 Bench Press: N/A Vertical Jump: N/A 40 T: N/A Projection: 7th Round/UDFA - - Career Defensive Stats Tackles Def Int Fumbles Year School Conf Class Pos Solo Ast Tot Loss Sk Int Yds Avg TD PD FR Yds TD FF 2009 Western Kentucky Sun Belt FR DL 7 5 12 1.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 Western Kentucky Sun Belt SO DL 29 18 47 10.5 4.0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 2011 Western Kentucky Sun Belt JR DL 23 15 38 11.0 7.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2012 Western Kentucky Sun Belt SR DL 28 10 38 18.5 12.5 0 0 0 1 1 75 1 3 Career Western Kentucky 87 48 135 41.0 24.0 0 0 0 3 1 75 1 5
Justin Hunter - WR - Tennessee thumbnail

Justin Hunter - WR - Tennessee

Justin Hunter is a vertical receiver that is a speed demon and an impressive athlete to win one on one matchups down the field. He has extremely long arms and prototypical height to go along with tremendous jumping ability to win in the redzone and highpoint the football. A multisport athlete, Hunter was a track star and a state champion in the long jump and high jump as well as playing on the basketball team. He arrived at Tennessee as a highly touted prep prospect and proved his worth with an eye-popping 25.9 yards per catch as a true freshman. He caught seven touchdowns on only 16 receptions and things looked extremely bright for his sophomore campaign but it was cut short but a torn left ACL against Florida in the third game of the season. This injury clearly set Hunter back but he rebounded to play last season and still put up 1,000+ yards receiving to lead the Vols only one year removed from the injury. He showed tremendous toughness, dedication and determination to become a coach on the field for the Tennessee receiving corps. Hunter decided to declare for this year’s drat and forgo his final season of eligibility, which is partially due to the scheme changes at Tennessee but also due in part to the birth of his new baby. The upshot is that he will be able to avoid any further collegiate injuries and get a head start on his NFL career. POSITIVES This guy is the cardboard cutout of Randy Moss; Ideal Length, height and speed needed to stretch a defense deep. Prototype leaping ability and height to win in jump ball situations as well as heavily contested passes in the redzone. Reliable ball skills; highpoints the football and knows how to attack when the ball is in the air. Locates the football quickly and tracks it extremely well; Great body control to make over the shoulder catches. Has experience at all three receiver positions and can play split end, flanker or slot. Very willing blocker that gives consistent effort despite his lack of bulk. Driven person that is dedicated to his craft; wants to be the best. NEGATIVES Has missed time due to injury; Torn left ACL in non-contact injury after his first catch of the Florida game in week three of 2012. Durability will be looming question with his lean frame and lack of bulk. Needs to add about 15 more pounds to his frame. Limited route runner at this point; rounds off at the end of his stem and is not a salesman in his matchups. Not a consistent hands catcher that often lets passes into his body. BOTTOM LINE Nicknamed “Gumby” by his receivers coach and his quarterback, Tyler Bray, because of his deep ball presence and natural ability to win in jump ball situations, Hunter is a prototype wide receiver with ideal arm length, height and leaping ability to stretch defenses deep and force teams to bracket coverage his way. He rebounded from a torn ACL last season and really morphed into a leader in the huddle for the Vols this last year. While he is still a work in progress, Hunter offers up some tremendous athleticism and upside which is why some teams will have him in the conversation at the end of round one. Hunter will immediately contribute as a teams deep threat but might take a full year before he masters all the nuances of the game. In the right vertical offense, Justin Hunter could be a deadly speed demon that would force teams to make tough decisions. The Redskins, Saints and Lions would make a lot of sense for Hunter as fits. School: Tennessee Position: WR Hometown: Virginia Beach, VA Date of Birth: 05/20/91 Height: 6040 Weight: 196 40 T: 4.44 Projection: 1st/2nd Round Pro Comparison: AJ Green - - Career Rushing/Receiving Stats Year Team G Rush Yds Yd/Rush TDs Rec Yds Yd/Rec TDs 2010 Tenn 13 0 0 - 0 16 415 25.9 7 2011 Tenn 3 0 0 - 0 17 314 18.5 2 2012 Tenn 12 0 0 - 0 73 1083 14.8 9 Career 28 0 0 - 0 106 1812 17.1 18
Cordarrelle Patterson - WR - Tennessee thumbnail

Cordarrelle Patterson - WR - Tennessee

Patterson is lightning in a bottle. He can get vertical in an instant and is a nightmare to defend after the catch because he is such a slippery runner. Cordarrelle Patterson started his collegiate football career off at Hutchinson Community College before transferring to Tennessee for his only year of division one play and while he only played one year as a Vol, he made it a memorable season. He is a playmaker that is a threat to score any time he touches the ball and proved as much in 2012 with 10 total touchdowns (5 Receiving, 3 rushing, 1 punt return and 1 kick return) and 1,800+ all-purpose yards on the year. Patterson is cat like quick with terrific vision to see plays develop and set his blockers up after the catch. He is explosive in space and can stop/start on a dime but also has legit track star speed. He has such fluid movements and competitive drive to keep plays alive, putting the extra effort forth that will make scouts take note and is certain to secure him a spot in the first round. POSITIVES Patterson is an electric player with moves on top of moves; Just get the football in his hands and let him do his magic. Massive upside considering how raw he is as a receiver with what he was able to do in one year of division one football; Hit the ground running. Prototype size with above average height and possesses adequate bulk to power through would be tacklers. Athletically gifted with legit timed speed and tremendous explosion to win in jump ball situations. He has very strong hands and locates the football quickly to haul it in at its highest point. Outstanding special teamer; Ace kick returner that can change a game. NEGATIVES Still a very raw player that might take a while to adjust to the pro game considering his background. He is still a novice route runner at this point that will have to be attached at the hip to a team’s wide receiver coach. Ball skills are only average at this point with some concentration drops during his season at Tennessee. Only one year of division one football under his belt could result in a long developmental period. BOTTOM LINE Patterson has a ton of upside considering how dangerous a player he was last year in only his first season at the division one level. He made SEC defenders look foolish at times and while he won’t be able to make an NFL game look like an “And One Mix Tape”, his dynamic athleticism will certainly translate to the next level. This guy is a lock for the first round thanks to his rare athleticism and his superb talent as a runner but if he dedicates himself to his craft and sponges up everything his receivers coach says, he could be one of the best receivers in the league in a few years. School: Tennessee Position: WR Hometown: Rock Hill, SC Date of Birth: 03/17/91 Height: 6025 Weight: 216 40 T: 4.42 Projection: 1st Round Pro Comparison: Dez Bryant - - Career Rushing/Receiving Stats Year Team G Rush Yds Yd/Rush TDs Rec Yds Yd/Rec TDs 2012 Tenn 12 25 308 12.3 3 46 778 16.9 5 Career 12 25 308 12.3 3 46 778 16.9 5

NFL MOCK DRAFTS

2013 NFL Mock Draft - LaBarge’s (v. 2.0) thumbnail

2013 NFL Mock Draft - LaBarge’s (v. 2.0)

Well, now that free agency has changed the landscape of NFL rosters, the picture becomes slightly less muddied. It’s the perfect time for another pointless mock draft. Player movement is not quite done yet, as players are still being released and signed (or extended), but for the most part, each teams’ needs going into the draft are easier to identify. The hardest part of these is trying to determine the philosophy of each of the 32 NFL teams. Will they draft based on needs or will they simply follow their own board and take the best player available. Then trying to project what each team board will look like is the next hurdle. The bottom line, is that it’s all guess work. I know who I like and I know what each team needs so let’s see if I can marry the two. So, with that said, away we go. 1. Kansas City Chiefs – Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M – After all of the posturing and smokescreens, I still think the Chiefs are locked into Joeckel at the top of this draft. He’s the closest thing to a sure bet and I really think they’d welcome a trade partner for Brandon Albert. The only way I believe they don’t take him is if a team wants Geno Smith so bad that they think it’s necessary to jump Jacksonville to secure him. But I don’t see that team. 2. Jacksonville Jaguars – Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia – I wasn’t in love with Gabbert coming out of Missouri and after seeing him play, I’m even less convinced. I’m betting the new regime doesn’t want their success tied (or anchored) to Gabbert either. I still think it’s a huge gamble but I also think it’s an upgrade. They could also go with offensive or defensive line, but I think they want a QB, which could be had in the top of the second round. 3. Oakland Raiders – Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida – To me, this is a very natural fit. I know Oakland brought in Pat Sims and Vance Walker this off season, but Floyd would be an upgrade over both almost immediately. I see his best fit as a Warren Sapp-type 3-technique penetrating tackle, which is exactly what the Raiders need to free up their edge rushers. 4. Philadelphia Eagles – Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah – This is another team that could go in so many directions but to me this kid fills a major need. Philly did sign Issac Sapoaga a few weeks back but at 32 will be a part time player at best. With few other true noses in the fold, Lotulelei would fit into a nice rotation, learning from one of the better ones in the process. He also would fit into their occasional 4-3 looks as a 3-technique tackle along side Fletcher Cox. 5. Detroit Lions – Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan – This is my number one player and he finally lands in this mock at number five. The Lions have glaring needs at tackle, defensive end, and cornerback and with Dee Milliner and Ziggy Ansah still here, they could go in any direction. But I wouldn’t be able to pass on Fisher. Mean, nasty, and very athletic. This is what I want my left tackle to look like. 6. Cleveland Browns – Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama – The addition of Paul Kruger seemingly takes the Browns out of the running for an early pass rusher. But I also believe that they would have taken Milliner regardless. Teamed with Joe Haden, Cleveland would have a great set of young corners to bank on for a long time, improving their pass rush by default. 7. Arizona Cardinals – Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma – I believe the additions of Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton take the Cards out of the QB picture at number seven. But their other most glaring need has got to be tackle. Establishing a running game and protecting the QB are important to Bruce Arians’ offenses and the current tackles don’t excite anyone. Johnson is strong enough to excel in the run game and is very underrated athletically. 8. Buffalo Bills – Bjoern Werner, DE, Florida State – I’ll be honest, I struggled with this pick. I’m not as high as most on Werner so I’m having trouble finding a spot for him. I think he’ll be a good DE but not explosive enough to warrant a top-15 pick. That said, adding him to the mix with Mario Williams and Mark Anderson would serve the Bills well. Then target a QB at the top of the second round, like so many other teams. 9. New York Jets – Ezekiel Ansah, DE/OLB, BYU – While I don’t see Ansah getting past the Jets at nine, I also am not convinced he lasts this long. This is the perfect draft for Ansah to cash in because there are so few top flight players. Normally, a one year wonder with freakish athletic ability would fall much farther than this but welcome to the 2013 NFL Draft. I really Ansah is a great fit to replace Bryan Thomas and/or Calvin Pace in the Jets defense. 10. Tennessee Titans – Jonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina – Do you know how close I came to mocking two guards in the top-10? Even in this draft class, that doesn’t seem possible. The value just isn’t there. The only thing keeping Cooper there (besides the Titans glaring need) is his ability to play any of the three interior line spots. Just my personal preference versus Chance Warmack. 11. San Diego Chargers – Dion Jordan, DE/OLB, Oregon – I’m not sure about this pick either. The Chargers have been looking for more pressure since the Shawn Merriman heyday but they also took Melvin Ingram in last year’s first round. It may not be the ideal landing spot, but I also can’t see Jordan falling too much farther than this. If he fills out a little and maintains his athleticism, this kid will be a legit pass rush threat. I personally like his upside more than Ingram. 12. Miami Dolphins – Xavier Rhodes, Florida State – If it’s not apparent by the 12th pick, this is the hardest draft to predict in a while. This is another pick I’m not in love with but I can see it working for Miami. Brent Grimes and Richard Marshall are on board for 2013, but having Rhodes develop behind them could pay off sooner than later. While it’s not ideal to have your 12th overall pick not start, Rhodes wouldn’t be far away from starting. 13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri – Could this pick belong to the Jets by the time it’s on the clock? We’ll have to see how serious these teams are about a Darrell Revis deal but picking players is hard enough, I can’t pretend to be able to predict trades as well. If they keep the pick, I’m just picturing Richardson lining up next to Gerald McCoy and imagining the impact it would have on the defense. It makes your ends better and improve the secondary immediately. I see it as a great fit. 14. Carolina Panthers – Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee – I know they just brought in Domenik Hixon and still have Brandon LaFell on board but I think adding a WR at this spot would really open up the Panthers’ offense. Patterson would be a great complement to Steve Smith, much like Mushin Muhammad was for Jake Delhomme. Add a legit passing game to their running game and the Panthers start to look more menacing. 15. New Orleans Saints – Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia – This is what a poor workout will do for you. I had Jones in my top five last time, which is where I think he fits talent wise. But following a sub-par pro day, I’m betting he experiences a draft day slide. There are few teams who need a pass rushing linebacker more than New Orleans so the fit is ideal. If they can get some pressure opposite Jones, I can see it working out well. 16. St. Louis Rams – Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia – This is the complete opposite of Jarvis Jones: a workout that catapults you up draft boards. Everyone knew Austin was quick but I’m not sure we expected him to time as fast as he did at the combine. That straight line speed coupled with a natural elusiveness and short distance quickness will make Austin a dangerous weapon in the hands of a smart coordinator. With the way the Rams run their passing game, this could be scary. 17. Pittsburgh Steelers – Barkevious Mingo, OLB, LSU – One thing the Steelers will learn fast is that they need a presence opposite of Lamar Woodley on defense. James Harrison is gone now and the club didn’t do a good job of preparing for this day. Much like the Saints, if I’m drafting based on need then I have to go OLB. Mingo may be a bit of a project, but playing across from Woodley means less attention. 18. Dallas Cowboys – Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama – Is it even possible that Warmack drops this far? Highly unlikely. I’m sure a handful of teams would gladly trade up a few spots before this to secure his services. In a weak draft, Warmack’s mauling style places him I the top-10 talent-wise. But taking a guard early is SO taboo I can actually see this mini-drop occur. 19. New York Giants – Damontre Moore, DE, Texas A&M – I was looking at LB for this pick based on need but I actually think the second round will be the LB hot spot. The Giants need to restock their front four and Moore would definitely be an upgrade. Playing with Jason Pierre-Paul and Matthias Kiwanuka could be good for all parties. 20. Chicago Bears – Alec Ogletree, ILB, Georgia – Athletically, I think this is exactly where Ogletree belongs. His questions surround his smarts and work ethic. Plugging him in the middle of a veteran defense may not be the best plan, but it seemed to work for Bobby Wagner in Seattle in 2012. If definitely fills a need if this is the pick. 21. Cincinnati Bengals – DJ Fluker, OT, Alabama – Here’s where I get inside the mind of the Bengals front office and say “Andre Smith who?” Smith’s market has been much softer than he expected and I’d be shocked if the Bengals opened up the checkbook that far. Fluker actually plays a similar mauling style and would be an adequate replacement for Smith. 22. St. Louis Rams (from Washington Redskins) – Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas – Let’s face it, the Rams’ safeties are a mess. Should Vaccaro fall this far, it’s a no brainer for the Rams to grab him. With potential openings at both safety spots, Vaccaro would certainly start right away. 23. Minnesota Vikings – Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee – Some people like Hunter better than college teammate Cordarrelle Patterson and I can see it. Hunter should certainly go within the first round and would be a fine complement to newly acquired Greg Jennings. Christian Ponder would be running out of excuses quickly. 24. Indianapolis Colts – Johnathan Hankins, DT, Ohio State – The Colts have made over their roster quite nicely but one need they still have is a space eating interior defensive lineman. There aren’t many rookies who fit that desciption better than Hankins. Think Casey Hampton in his heyday. 25. Minnesota Vikings (from Seattle) – Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington – Even if they manage to retain Antoine Winfield, the Vikes’ corners are shaky at best. Trufant is an NFL ready prospect who will fit right in to any defense. I could also see a LB here. 26. Green Bay Packers – Keenan Allen, WR, Cal – The Packers always seem to draft the best player available and have faired well doing it. Losing Donald Driver and Greg Jennings will leave a few snaps up for grabs on the outside. Adding Allen would be a luxury but he’s a dynamite prospect. 27. Houston Texans – Margus Hunt, DE, SMU – Houston is always looking for help up front and this seems to be the spot to find one. Hunt is a raw talent but would be allowed to develop with JJ Watt garnering most of the attention. It would be fun to see these two freakish athletes together. 28. Denver Broncos – Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina – Talk about scheme versatile. Williams can play the interior in any alignment and play it well. Adding him to the middle of the Broncos defense would be a great fit, opening up lanes for an aggressive defense. 29. New England Patriots – Cornellius Carradine, DE, Florida State -This is exactly the type of pick that Bill Belichik makes. Huge upside guy with injury question marks. But this draft sets up perfectly for it. I mean how often do you see a guy go in the first who can’t work out for teams? 30. Atlanta Falcons – Robert Alford, CB, Southeastern Louisiana – The bottom line is that Atlanta needs to add some pieces on defense. I’d be shocked if they didn’t take a CB or an end here. With the elite rushers gone in this exercise, I’d grab the top corner left on my board. 31. San Francisco 49ers – Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame – I just don’t see Vernon Davis being a Niner forever. Adding Eifert now might be a bit confusing for his development but he would be a tremendous add to an already potent offense. 32. Baltimore Ravens – Kevin Minter, ILB, LSU – Just insert your favorite remaining LB here. I’m not sure I’ve seen a mock that didn’t have one here. I’m a follower! Thanks everyone for reading. Please comment below and don’t forget to follow Chris on Twitter at @ChrisLaBarge.
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2013 NFL Mock Draft (v. 2.0)

Now that free agency has cooled off, it’s a perfect time to crank out a new mock draft. Fortunately there’s still another month before the draft takes place and now that free agency has begun to slow down, it’s the perfect time for version 2.o of the NFL Draft season. MOCK DRAFT DISCLAIMER: Once again, the following picks are not how I have these players ranked and it is definitely not how I would pick for these teams. A good mock draft should be the most accurate prediction of how NFL GMs/Teams will be thinking and which players they will be targeting when the end of April is upon us. The following is my attempt to place as many correct players into the 1st round as I can with their corresponding team if possible. Issues/Problems? Please hit me up at @RookieDraft on twitter for any questions you might have. - 2013 Mock Draft Pick Team Player Name Pos. School 1. Kansas City Chiefs Luke Joeckel* OT Texas A&M 2. Jacksonville Jaguars Eric Fisher OT Central Michigan 3. Oakland Raiders Geno Smith QB West Virginia 4. Philadelphia Eagles Dion Jordan DE Oregon 5. Detroit Lions Bjoern Werner* DE Florida State 6. Cleveland Browns Dee Milliner* CB Alabama 7. Arizona Cardinals Lane Johnson OT Oklahoma 8. Buffalo Bills Matt Barkley QB USC 9. New York Jets Ezekiel Ansah DE BYU 10. Tennessee Titans Sharrif Floyd* DT Florida 11. San Diego Chargers Chance Warmack OG Alabama 12. Miami Dolphins Demontre Moore* DE Texas A&M 13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sheldon Richardson* DT Missouri 14. Carolina Panthers Star Lotulelei DT Utah 15. New Orleans Saints Barkevious Mingo* OLB LSU 16. St. Louis Rams Cordarrelle Patterson* WR Tennessee 17. Pittsburgh Steelers Jarvis Jones* OLB Georgia 18. Dallas Cowboys Kenny Vaccaro S Texas 19. New York Giants Tyler Eifert* TE Notre Dame 20. Chicago Bears DJ Fluker* OT Alabama 21. Cincinnati Bengals Jonathan Cooper OG North Carolina 22. St. Louis Rams * (via Redskins) Xavier Rhodes* CB Florida State 23. Minnesota Vikings Tavon Austin WR West Virginia 24. Indianapolis Colts Datone Jones DE UCLA 25. Minnesota Vikings * (via Seahawks) Desmond Trufant CB Washington 26. Green Bay Packers Sylvester Williams DT North Carolina 27. Houston Texans Justin Pugh* OT Syracuse 28. Denver Broncos Johnthan Banks CB Mississippi State 29. New England Patriots Tank Carradine DE Florida State 30. Atlanta Falcons Eddie Lacy* RB Alabama 31. San Francisco 49ers David Amerson* FS North Carolina State 32. Baltimore Ravens Alec Ogletree* ILB Georgia - * - Trades will be marked with an *asterisk to indicate the original pick being changed. - Thanks a ton for reading and please bang out some feedback or comments below. You can always e-mail me questions, comments, and even complaints to joe@rookiedraft.com
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LaBarge’s Early Mock Draft

My first assignment at RookieDraft.com: crank out a one round mock draft. Sounds simple enough. But when you really start digging into this draft class, there may only be 15-20 first round talents, if that. But since they won’t stop the first round until all 32 picks are made, the show must go on. As most of you know, these are for fun. I take them half serious, but mostly use them as an exercise of “what if”. There’s always a curveball or two thrown in the first round so I try to figure out where those may occur. Then the fun is seeing how those curves affect the next set of selections. As the draft season develops, my mocks will update and I’ll try to find new spots for the curveballs. Early mocks are also almost pointless. With free agency still to come, knowing what teams are going to do in the draft in nearly impossible. Hell, we don’t even know most of the players that will hit free agency. Again, as things develop the mocks will be updated. I’m sure my final mock will look very little like what you are about to see. One final warning, I’m a little behind on my research of the ‘tweeners this year. It looks like another good crop of hybrid 4-3 DE/3-4 OLB are available this year and I need to review their combine workouts and such to be able to separate them all in my own head. So, with that said, away we go. Kansas City Chiefs – Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M – Forget everything you just read above. In my eyes, there is no way the Chiefs can take anyone other than Joeckel with the first pick. Not even sure commentary is needed. Jacksonville Jaguars – Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan – Is this a curve? Maybe, but personally, I like Fisher more than Joeckel. He’s got the tools to be a great pass blocker and can run block as well. Jacksonville is always looking for pass rushers and offensive skill guys but to me you can’t let this guy pass by. Oakland Raiders – Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia – Here’s a curveball. I just feel that the Raiders are getting by with Carson Palmer while looking for the “next guy”. Palmer can be cut with a small cap hit and the reigns could easily be handed to Smith. Young developing receivers and a strong running game are exactly what he needs to succeed. This would be a good fit for him, although a bit early for my taste. Philadelphia Eagles – Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia – Word is still that the new look Birds will be running with much more of a 3-4 look in 2013, meaning a lot of holes to fill. One of them is an edge rusher to pair with Brandon Graham. Trent Cole and Vinny Curry have been mentioned as possibilities but Jones would be a much better fit. His medicals seemed to pass the smell test at the combine, opening him up to a high draft status. Detroit Lions – Bjoern Werner, DE, Florida State – Most mocks I’ve seen have Dee Milliner here but with Cliff Avril likely leaving the Lions will need a pass rush from somewhere. I’m not sure Werner is the man but he’ll do an admirable job. Dion Jordan was another consideration. Cleveland Browns – Dion Jordan, DE/OLB, Oregon – I thought about Milliner here as well, but with Cleveland’s switch back to a 3-4, they need to revamp the front seven. Moving Jabaal Sheard outside will help but pairing him with Jordan could be lethal. Arizona Cardinals – Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma – I’m thinking the Cardinals are hoping Geno Smith makes it here but if not, offensive line is an even longer standing need. With the top two tackles gone in my exercise, I’m betting the Cards nab Johnson. Maybe a little bit of a reach, but Johnson has had a great off season to date and won’t last much longer if he’s not taken here. Buffalo Bills – Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida – OK, here’s my first indicator that this can’t be taken seriously. Floyd shouldn’t still be here. But if he is, the Bills would do well to grab him here. Floyd is scheme versatile and would pair well with Mario Williams and Marcel Dareus. I had Cordarelle Patterson here for a long time by the way. New York Jets – Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU – Ansah is one of the wild cards of this draft and could go anywhere. I’m betting someone falls in love with his size/speed skill set and takes him VERY early. Detroit wouldn’t shock me at #5 but I’m thinking he doesn’t get past the Jets, who need pressure desperately. Tennessee Titans – Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah – A medical red flag (heart) came out of nowhere at the combine, which may have Lotulelei tumble down some mocks early, but if it comes out that it’s not a concern he could shoot back up. In the end, I expect Lotulelei to go earlier than this but if not, the Titans would be making a great pick. They like to build up the middle and Star would be another player in that mold. San Diego Chargers – Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama – Is there a team that needs offensive linemen more than San Diego? Maybe but they haven’t been able to replace Kris Dielman and here is there chance to fill a hole along the interior line. Lane Johnson would be another choice if things fall differently. Miami Dolphins – Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama – Another indicator that this is for fun. I’d be surprised if Milliner is still around at #12 but if he was, this is a no brainer. Richard Marshall was good but there wasn’t much else to get excited about at CB. Milliner would step right in and impact the defense immediately. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington – If everything would play out like my “what if” game, I’m fully expecting the Bucs to take a CB here. Xavier Rhodes is an option, but at this point I like Trufant slightly more. He has the size, speed, and attitude to be a good one too. Carolina Panthers – Cordarelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee – Mark it down now, the Panthers are taking a WR or a DT with this pick. Just a hunch. If Patterson makes it here, I think it’s a great fit for their offense. A “height, weight, speed” guy is exactly what they need opposite of Steve Smith. New Orleans Saints – Barkevious Mingo, OLB, LSU – Here’s where doing my homework on the hybrid DE/OLB’s may alter my mocks. I think it’s obvious the Saints need this type of player, the question is just which one they take. I’m not sure Mingo has had the off season he wanted but he’s a damn fine athlete. If he fills out a bit, this could work out well. St. Louis Rams – DJ Fluker, OT, Alabama – As many linemen as the Rams take, they always still seem to need them. I think Fluker is the road grader type OT that they need to finally check it off of their shopping list. I don’t think he’s an elite pass protector but should be serviceable enough for the Rams short passing game. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina – I love this kid. After seeing him move at the combine, I was convinced Cooper is a future star in the NFL. Pair him with Maurkice Pouncey and David DeCastro and the interior offensive line will be set for 10+ years in the Steel City. Dallas Cowboys – Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas – Have the Boys had a decent safety since Darren Woodson retired? The back end always seems to be a need and this might be a spot to try to fill it. With Vaccaro’s mix of size, speed, and leadership, he would be an ideal fit in Dallas. New York Giants – Damontre Moore, DE/OLB, Texas A&M – It wasn’t too long ago that the Giants strength was their front four but that wasn’t the case in 2012. With Osi Umenyiora likely gone and Justin Tuck invisible, they need to restock the front to help Jason Pierre-Paul return to his dominant ways. Moore may not be the ideal 4-3 end but has some room to grow and can be a disruptive pass rusher. Chicago Bears – Keenan Allen, WR, Cal – There are so many ways the Bears can go and I’m not sure they will go WR here, but “what if?”. Allen is very much of a Brandon Marshall clone, although not quite the deep threat, and would provide another great weapon for Jay Cutler’s offense. Cincinnati Bengals – Alec Ogletree, LB, Georgia – Ogletree is easily the best interior LB in this draft in my mind, but carries some off field baggage, some very recent. With Rey Maulauga likely seeking a new team, what better team to take on a talented player with character concerns than the Bengals? Pairing Ogletree with Vontaze Burfict could provide the Bengals with a solid core for a number of years. St. Louis Rams (from Washington Redskins) – Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia – Perhaps the only need more repeated for the Rams than offensive line is wide receiver. And again, it’s not for lack of quantity. Austin really helped himself at the combine and in this scenario would be a nice deep compliment to the Rams underneath passing attack. Minnesota Vikings – Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri – Of all of my picks in this mock, this is the one I like the least. I can see Minnesota taking a DT here, but I’d suspect it to be more of a Jonathan Hankins or John Jenkins space-eater type. Richardson is an athletic big man who offers a lot of scheme versatility. He would fit in nicely in Minnesota but it’s not where I think they’ll go. Indianapolis Colts – Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State – As good as the Colts were in 2012, there are still some holes to fill, and in my eyes CB is one of them. With limited options left at offensive line, addressing either CB or OLB would be ideal. Rhodes is a good combination of size and speed who would fit nicely across from Vontae Davis for a number of years. Seattle Seahawks – Arthur Brown, LB, Kansas State – Seattle is one of the few teams I see with limited holes to fill. I’ve never been a big fan of their OLBs and think it’s time to find a replacement for Leroy Hill. Brown is one of my favorite players in this class. Wherever the ball goes, he’s there. He and Bobby Wagner is a pairing I would love to see. Green Bay Packers – Datone Jones, DE, UCLA - The Packers are another “Wild Card” team to me. They could go in so many different directions. In a deep DE class, they may not go that route here but should they choose too, Jones is a solid option. He offers the size to play either 3-4 or 4-3 DE and has shone an ability to play in the opponents’ backfield. Houston Texans – Kevin Minter, LB, LSU – Like many of the teams picking this late, there are many directions the Texans can go. If it was me, I’d be looking for Bradie James’ replacement. In Minter, you’re getting a LB with very good size who can cover a lot of ground. This might also be a landing spot for Matt Barkley if he can show teams his arm strength is NFL caliber. Denver Broncos – Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame – With few holes to fill in Denver, the Broncos have the luxury of selecting the best available player, which is what I did with this pick. Can you provide Peyton Manning with too many weapons? I don’t think so. And I see Eifert as a Dallas Clark type receiver who can also run block better than you think. New England Patriots – Jamie Collins, OLB, Southern Miss – I’m not sure where, but I think this kid sneaks into the first round this April. This mock has him landing in New England, where they are always looking for a little more pass rush. Collins will be more of a pure 3-4 OLB and would show well when the Patriots use these fronts, which is still pretty often. Atlanta Falcons – Tank Carradine, DE, Florida State – This is another young man I think needs to be in the first round. Carradine has proven to be a very disruptive pass rusher along with Bjoern Werner. I actually believe Carradine may wind up as the better NFL player. With the failed Ray Edwards experiment and recent release of John Abraham, a pass rusher like Carradine could be a nice fit. San Francisco 49ers – Matt Elam, S, Florida – Speaking of having very few holes to fill, what’s not to like about the Niners? For me, it’s safety. Donte Whitner has always struck me as overrated and Dashon Goldson will just be too expensive to keep around. Enter Elam, a big hitting safety with solid size. He may not be the best tackler or coverage safety, but when he gets there he makes noise. Baltimore Ravens – Manti Te’o, LB, Notre Dame – I’m far less convinced about Te’o than others but we shall see. With Ray Lewis’ retirement and a sketchy cap situation, LB may be an urgent need for Baltimore in 2013. Te’o reads and reacts very quickly and could prove to be a quality NFL LB. So, there’s my one round mock. Far from perfect but this draft is going to be tough to predict. The top level talent is just not that deep and the team needs are not clearly defined yet. So, please feel free to comment below, as long as you go easy on me

2012 Top-100 Players (FINAL)

Player Name

Pos

School

Height

Weight

Forty

Projection

1

Andrew Luck*

QB

Stanford

6040

234

4.67

Top-5

2

Robert Griffin III*

QB

Baylor

6023

223

4.41

Top-5

3

Trent Richardson*

RB

Alabama

5092

228

4.54

Top-5

4

Matt Kalil*

OT

Southern California

6065

306

4.99

Top-5

5

Morris Claiborne*

CB

LSU

5111

188

4.50

Top-5

6

Fletcher Cox*

DT

Mississippi State

6040

298

4.79

1st Rd

7

David DeCastro*

OG

Stanford

6047

316

5.43

1st Rd

8

Justin Blackmon*

WR

Oklahoma State

6007

207

4.58

1st Rd

9

Quinton Coples

DE

North Carolina

6056

284

4.78

1st Rd

10

Michael Brockers*

DT

LSU

6056

322

5.36

1st Rd

11

Chandler Jones*

DE

Syracuse

6053

266

4.87

1st Rd

12

Devon Still

DT

Penn State

6047

303

5.08

1st Rd

13

Michael Floyd

WR

Notre Dame

6025

220

4.47

1st Rd

14

Luke Kuechly*

ILB

Boston College

6032

242

4.58

1st Rd

15

Mark Barron

SS

Alabama

6011

213

4.58

1st Rd

16

Kendall Wright

WR

Baylor

5102

188

4.61

1st Rd

17

Melvin Ingram

DE

South Carolina

6014

264

4.79

1st Rd

18

Cordy Glenn

OG

Georgia

6056

345

5.15

1st Rd

19

Juron Criner

WR

Arizona

6024

224

4.68

3rd Rd

20

Brandon Weeden

QB

Oklahoma State

6034

221

4.85

1st Rd

21

Dontari Poe*

DT

Memphis

6034

346

4.98

1st Rd

22

Dre Kirkpatrick*

CB

Alabama

6015

186

4.51

1st Rd

23

Nick Perry*

DE

USC

6026

271

4.64

1st Rd

24

Kevin Zeitler

OG

Wisconsin

6037

314

5.39

1st Rd

25

Stephon Gilmore*

CB

South Carolina

6004

190

4.40

1st Rd

26

Ryan Tannehill

QB

Texas A&M

6037

221

4.65

1st Rd

27

Doug Martin

RB

Boise State

5092

223

4.55

1st Rd

28

Jerel Worthy

DT

Michigan State

6023

308

5.08

1st Rd

29

Courtney Upshaw

OLB

Alabama

6014

272

4.75

2nd Rd

30

Josh Chapman

DT

Alabama

6007

316

5.12

2nd Rd

31

Peter Konz*

C

Wisconsin

6050

314

4.92

1st Rd

32

Bobby Massie*

OT

Ole Miss

6061

316

5.23

2nd Rd

33

Brandon Thompson

DT

Clemson

6020

314

5.30

2nd Rd

34

David Wilson*

RB

Virginia Tech

5095

206

4.49

2nd Rd

35

Whitney Mercilus*

DE

Illinois

6035

261

4.68

2nd Rd

36

Rueben Randle*

WR

LSU

6027

210

4.55

2nd Rd

37

Andre Branch

DE

Clemson

6042

259

4.72

2nd Rd

38

Alshon Jeffery*

WR

South Carolina

6027

216

4.62

2nd Rd

39

Riley Reiff*

OT

Iowa

6056

313

5.23

1st Rd

40

Amini Silatolu

OG

Midwestern State

6035

311

5.43

2nd Rd

41

Vinny Curry

DE

Marshall

6031

266

4.98

1st Rd

42

Mohamed Sanu*

WR

Rutgers

6020

220

4.55

2nd Rd

43

Shea McClellin

OLB

Boise State

6033

260

4.63

2nd Rd

44

Alameda Ta’Amu

DT

Washington

6024

348

5.37

2nd Rd

45

Jonathan Martin*

OT

Stanford

6053

312

5.26

1st Rd

46

Brian Quick

WR

Appalachian State

6034

220

4.55

2nd Rd

47

Lamar Miller*

RB

Miami

5106

212

4.40

2nd Rd

48

Brandon Boykin

CB

Georgia

5092

182

4.45

2nd Rd

49

Donta Hightower*

ILB

Alabama

6022

265

4.68

2nd Rd

50

AJ Jenkins

WR

Illinois

6002

190

4.39

3rd Rd

51

Kirk Cousins

QB

Michigan State

6025

214

4.93

2nd Rd

52

Jon Massaquoi*

DE

Troy

6021

264

4.89

2nd Rd

53

Mike Adams

OT

Ohio State

6072

323

5.40

2nd Rd

54

Mychal Kendricks

ILB

California

5111

239

4.47

3rd Rd

55

Stephen Hill*

WR

Georgia Tech

6040

215

4.36

1st Rd

56

Lavonte David

OLB

Nebraska

6005

233

4.65

2nd Rd

57

Josh Robinson

CB

UCF

5101

199

4.33

2nd Rd

58

Dwayne Allen

TE

Clemson

6031

255

4.89

2nd Rd

59

Bobby Wagner

ILB

Utah State

6002

241

4.62

3rd Rd

60

Joe Adams

WR

Arkansas

5105

179

4.55

3rd Rd

61

Coby Fleener

TE

Stanford

6060

247

4.68

2nd Rd

62

Marcus Fortson*

DT

Miami

6012

301

5.17

3rd Rd

63

Ronnell Lewis*

OLB

Oklahoma

6016

253

4.68

3rd Rd

64

Nigel Bradham

OLB

Florida State

6017

241

4.64

3rd Rd

65

Harrison Smith

SS

Notre Dame

6017

213

4.57

2nd Rd

66

Kendall Reyes

DT

Connecticut

6041

299

4.95

2nd Rd

67

Janoris Jenkins

CB

North Alabama

5100

193

4.46

2nd Rd

68

Jayron Hosley*

CB

Virginia Tech

5110

178

4.47

3rd Rd

69

Brock Osweiler*

QB

Arizona State

6067

242

4.84

2nd Rd

70

Kelechi Osemele

OG

Iowa State

6054

333

5.36

2nd Rd

71

Matt McCants

OT

UAB

6057

308

5.52

3rd Rd

72

Marvin Jones

WR

California

6017

199

4.46

3rd Rd

73

Chase Minnifield

CB

Virginia

5102

183

4.52

3rd Rd

74

Zebrie Sanders

OT

Florida State

6055

320

5.37

2nd Rd

75

Jamell Fleming

CB

Oklahoma

5105

206

4.53

2nd Rd

76

Jeff Allen

OT

Illinois

6037

307

5.28

3rd Rd

77

Anontio Allen

SS

South Carolina

6014

210

4.67

3rd Rd

78

Chris Polk

RB

Washington

5104

215

4.57

3rd Rd

79

Ron Brooks

CB

LSU

5100

190

4.37

3rd Rd

80

Trumain Johnson

CB

Montana

6017

204

4.61

3rd Rd

81

Chris Givens*

WR

Wake Forest

5111

198

4.41

2nd Rd

82

Jared Crick

DT

Nebraska

6042

279

4.99

3rd Rd

83

Demario Davis

ILB

Arkansas State

6010

240

4.65

3rd Rd

84

Ryan Steed

CB

Furman

5104

195

4.68

3rd Rd

85

Dwight Bently

CB

Louisiana-Lafayette

5100

182

4.43

3rd Rd

86

Bruce Irvin

DE

West Virginia

6030

245

4.50

2nd Rd

87

Mitchell Schwartz

OT

California

6053

318

5.45

3rd Rd

88

Mike Martin

DT

Michigan

6013

306

4.88

3rd Rd

89

LaMichael James*

RB

Oregon

5080

194

4.45

3rd Rd

90

Leonard Johnson

CB

Iowa State

5097

196

4.71

3rd Rd

91

Orson Charles

TE

Georgia

6024

251

4.52

4th Rd

92

Casey Hayward

CB

Vanderbilt

5113

185

4.57

3rd Rd

93

Brandon Brooks

OG

Miami (OH)

6050

353

5.36

3rd Rd

94

Keenan Robinson

OLB

Texas

6031

242

4.79

3rd Rd

95

George Iloka

FS

Boise State

6035

225

4.66

3rd Rd

96

Dwight Jones

WR

North Carolina

6032

230

4.55

4th Rd

97

Brandon Taylor

SS

LSU

5112

209

4.58

3rd Rd

98

Ben Jones

C

Georgia

6025

303

5.44

4th Rd

99

Isiah Pead

RB

Cincinnati

5101

197

4.47

4th Rd

100

Marvin McNutt

WR

Iowa

6024

216

4.54

3rd Rd

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