Tony Pauline breaks down the top NFL prospects playing in the Cotton Bowl


Round Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
6thQuentin DavieOLB415SrStrong, tough blocker with above average athleticism and speed. Questionable instincts and late reacting.  Did not improve as we thought possible in 2010.
6-7Brian PetersS104JrSolid zone safety constantly around the ball between the numbers.
7thCorbin BryantDT985SrExplosive, one gap penetrator who plays with sensational quickness.
FAAl NetterT754JrSolid pass protecting left tackle who displays footwork and the ability to adjust to defenders.
FAVince BrowneDE944JrThin but fast edge rusher that shows speed up the field.
FANeal DeitersT793SoStrong, small area blocker best on the right side.
FADavid ArnoldS324Jr
FABen BurkettC654Jr
FADoug BartelsG644Jr
FAJosh RooksTE894Sr

Texas Tech

Round Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
4-5Detron LewisWR174SrReliable pass catcher very effective running after the reception. Plays with balance, body control and a consistent hand catcher who makes the reception away from his frame. Potential 3rd/4th receiver.
5-6Colby WhitlockDT934SrHard working interior player with tremendous quickness and explosion. Lacks the great upside but makes a lot of plays on hustle and smarts.
5-6Taylor PottsQB125SrOne of the better quarterback prospects to come from the Texas Tech program in a long, long time. Has a lot of pizzazz in his game, competently leads the offense and shows both accuracy and speed throwing the ball.
5-6Brian DuncanILB575SrStout run defender who stops ball carriers dead in their tracks. Stays with assignments, effectively uses his hands to keep blockers away and wraps up at the point. More of a two down defender.
5-6Baron BatchRB255SrSmallish, elusive ball carrier also effective catching the ball out of the backfield.
6thCody DavisS163So
FATramain SwindallWR114Jr
FABront BirdOLB204Sr
FALyle LeongWR194Sr
FAFranklin MitchemS265Sr
FAChris OlsonG705SrSmall area lineman that really attacks assignments.