DE Jadeveon Clowney- South Carolina- for all the negative talk he can do things few others can on a football field. Kony Ealy- Missouri– Sam gets the press but this…


  1. Jadeveon Clowney- South Carolina- for all the negative talk he can do things few others can on a football field.
  2. Kony Ealy- Missouri– Sam gets the press but this is the Missouri DE you want.
  3. Dee Ford- Auburn– great season finished off with outstanding game in National Championship and Senior Bowl.
  4. Scott Crichton- Oregon State- solid 10 sack a year football player.
  5. Trent MurphyStanford– country strong, played well against top teams.
  6. Stephon Tuitt- Notre Dame– some see as a DT. Last year was disappointing.
  7. Kareem Martin- UNC under appreciated guy that is now getting more love.


  1. Aaron Donald- Pitt- a short quick great penetrator that disturbs plays.
  2. Louis Nix Notre Dame– can be that dominant run stuffer.
  3. Timmy Jernigan- Florida State- dominating force in the middle of a great defense.
  4. Ra’Shede Hageman- Minnesota– here on potential rather than actual production.
  5. Will Sutton- Arizona State- weight all over the board in college from 285-320.
  6. Dominique Easley- Florida- would have been a first round pick before ACL injuries.
  7. DaQuan Jones- Penn State- I like more than most. 11.5 tackles for loss last year.


  1. Khalil Mack –UB- name in mix for 1st overall if Texans don’t go QB.
  2. Anthony Barr- UCLA- very long wingspan, didn’t play defense until 2012.
  3. Ryan Shazier- Ohio State- little slender but think of Lavonte David type of guy.
  4. Kyle Von Noy- BYU- reminds me of the “Mad Stork” Ted Hendricks.
  5. Demarcus Lawrence Boise State– cut him loose on the edge and he will create havoc.
  6. Jeremiah Attaochu- GT- shows you the depth of this class. I love this guy.
  7. Telvin Smith Florida State- concern only 218lbs but very productive.


  1. CJ Mosley- Alabama- next in line of NFL linebackers to come from ‘Bama.
  2. Shane Skov- Stanford- biggest knock on him is not a high ceiling. Desire infectious.
  3. Chris Borland- Wisconsin– not impressive physically. He’s Zach Thomas.
  4. Yawin Smallwood- UConn- lanky frame more of an OLB’s body. Can cover too.
  5. Lamin Barrow- LSU- better athlete than LB, next ILB at LSU after Shephard and Minter.
  6. Christian Jones- Florida State- top prospect out of high school that lived up to hype.
  7. Max Bullough- Michigan State- career gone little south since Rose Bowl suspension.


  1. Darqueze Dennard- Michigan State- very physical corner won Thorpe award.
  2. Justin Gilbert- Oklahoma State- might be the best athlete in the draft.
  3. Jason Verrett- TCU– would be number one corner if little taller.
  4. Kyle Fuller- VT– late riser that could go in Round 1.
  5. Bradley Roby- Ohio State- just don’t turn on the Wisconsin game.
  6. Lamarcus Joyner- Florida State- only 5-8 but plays bigger, think Tyrann Mathieu.
  7. Stanley Jean Baptiste- Nebraska- everyone looking for next Richard Sherman might see that potential in him.


  1. Ha Ha Clinton Dix- Alabama- scouts rave about his high football IQ.
  2. Calvin Pryor- Louisville- good range and punishing against the run.
  3. Ed Reynolds- Stanford– father Ed played for pats and Giants from 83-92.
  4. Terrance Brooks- Florida State- he attacks the run like the Seattle safeties.
  5. Dion Bailey- USC- split time with Trojans as LB and safety.
  6. Kenny Ladler- Vanderbilt- part of 10 turnovers last year; five forced fumbles and five INT’s.
  7. Jemea Thomas- Georgia Tech- only 5’9 192 but plays very physical, durability?


  1. Deone Bucannon- Washington State- ran faster at combine than expected. Punishing against run.
  2. Jimmie Ward- N Illinois- played some corner in college like Byrd and Thomas.
  3. Ahmad Dixon- Baylor- slipping after up and down Senior bowl and poor combine.
  4. Craig Loston- LSU- good instincts and fearless hitter like Eric Reid.
  5. Vinnie Sunseri- Alabama– father Sal coaches at FloridaState. Coach on the field.
  6. Isiah Lewis- Michigan State- goes forward better than he goes back. Limited in coverage.
  7. Hakeem Smith- Louisville- like the way he is always thinking of creating a big play.

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