We finish off previewing the SEC for next level talent with the final three programs in the league including South Carolina- the team we feel is the most underrated in the conference and possibly the nation.  The last time South Carolina had two players selected in round one was thirty years ago, 1981.  Depending on the decisions of their top underclassmen that could change next April.

South Carolina

Rnd Full Name Pos #Yr Comments
1stDevin TaylorDE984JrPotentially dominant defensive lineman that can be used in a variety of ways. Effective out of a three-point stance, shows the athleticism necessary to be used in space and has the body type to grow into a two gap end. Possesses minimal quickness and closing speed yet comes with a tremendous amount of upside.
1stAlshon JefferyWR13JrKing sized, game controlling receiver that uses his frame and strength to beat down opponents. Possesses limited quickness and speed yet has the skills to be a number one receiver at the next level.
3rdKevious WatkinsG735SrTough, slug-it-out lineman effective in all facets of the game.
5thDeVonte HollomanS213JrWell sized safety that intimidates opponents over the middle the field. Effective against the run and shows skill in coverage yet must completes his game.
6thStephon GilmoreCB53JrFeisty defensive back with an upside and a prospect that must improve his fundamentals.
7thStephen GarciaQB55SrTough, savvy passer that does a terrific job controlling the offense. Lacks elite physical skills and has a host of off the field issues.
7thJason BarnesWR45SrWell sized receiver with reliable hands who was unable to take his game to the next level as a junior. Offers upside.
FAMelvin IngramDE65SrRotational defensive end that displays a large degree of athleticism.
FATravian RobertsonDE425SrNifty defensive lineman that plays with good fundamentals yet does not make many plays on the football.
FAAkeem AugusteCB34SrSpeedy defensive back that could be used in dime packages at the next level.
FAKyle NunnT685SrVersatile tackle that’s been used on the left and right side. Fundamentally sound yet stiff and best in a small area.
FAAntonio AllenS264SrHard-working defender used at linebacker and the spur position in South Carolina’s defense. Physical yet lacks the next level speed.

Tennessee

Rnd Full Name Pos#YrComments
5thMalik JacksonDE974SrRelatively athletic defensive lineman used at tackle for the volunteers. Quick, explosive with good movement skills. Has the frame to develop into a two gap end.
FABen MartinDE995SrFluid, agile college defensive end who could make the move to outside linebacker in the NFL. Missed the ’10 season with a torn achillies.
FAAustin JohnsonILB404SrHard-working linebacker with limited upside and athleticism.

Vanderbilt

RndFull NamePos#YrComments
FASean RichardsonS214SrNice sized safety that flashes skill. Really best playing downhill against the run.
FAChris MarveOLB135SrHard-working linebacker with solid instincts and wherewithal. Possesses poor measurables and speed.
FABrandon BardenTE65SrHard-working tight end with limited athleticism. Has enough skill to make it on the three deep at the next level.
FACasey HaywardCB194SrZone cornerback with an aggressive streak in his game.