It could be the final collegiate game for Landry Jones in Tempe Friday night. Jones has a chance to be an early first round pick should he choose to make the jump. Marvin McNutt Jr, the excellent senior receiver from Iowa, will need to have a big day in order to keep the Hawkeyes close to the Sooners. The most interesting one on one match up of the day will feature Iowa’s extraordinary tackle Riley Reiff against Oklahoma’s Frank Alexander, the big 12 leader in tackles for loss.

Iowa

Rnd Name Pos # Yr Comments
1stRiley ReiffT774JrThe next top tackle prospect to come from Iowa. Not in the class of Bryan Bulaga yet legitimate starting material.
4thMarvin McNuttWR75SrBig, tall wide out who looks like a power forward on the field. Starting to develop a fine game.
4thMike DanielsDT935SrSmall but explosive defensive tackle that makes a lot of plays behind the line of scrimmage or in pursuit. Potential three technique lineman. Highly rated by many in the scouting community.
4-5Markus ZusevicsT565SrUnderrated strong side prospect that does the little things well. Graded as a guard by many in the scouting community but we feel he has the style and body type to stay at right tackle.
5-6Adam GettisG735SrUnderrated guard that’s very explosive, quick and shows a variety of skill.
5thAdam RobinsonRB324JrStrong interior ball carrier that is rarely brought down by the first defender and shows the ability to make opponents miss in a small area. Dismissed from the program at the end of last season.
FATyler NielsenOLB455Sr
6-7Shaun PraterCB284SrFiery cover corner best facing the action.
6-7Broderick BinnsDE915SrUndersized but incredibly quick lineman who plays with great hustle. Game dropped off in 2010.
FABrad HermanTE394Sr

Oklahoma

Rnd Name Pos # Yr Comments
1stLandry JonesQB124JrTough, intelligent signal caller that does a great job commanding and controlling the offense. Always on the same page as his receivers, displays great timing and competitive. Lacks great physical skills and a pocket passer that does not possess classic size or arm strength.
2-3Ronnell LewisOLB563Jr
3rdRyan BroylesWR855SrQuick, creative slot receiver with reliable hands. Effective running after the reception.
3-4Jamell FlemingCB325SrFeisty cornerback best facing the action. Struggles making plays with his back to the ball. Would be very effective in a zone system.
5thFrank AlexanderDE845SrRelatively athletic college pass rusher that plays with good balance and body control. Struggles getting off blocks and must improve his playing strength.
4-5Ben HabernC614JrExplosive position blocker that plays with terrific fundamentals and intellect. Explosive in all his movements and solid with the shotgun snap. Needs to get stronger but offers a lot of skill.
5thDonald StephensonT595SrRotational tackle primarily used on the left side that plays with good strength and solid fundamentals. Really best as a strong side blocker.
5thTravis LewisOLB285SrPotential week side linebacker that does a solid job reading and diagnosing the action. Gets depth on drops and covers a lot of area on the field. Lacks any dominant physical skill to his game.
5-6Demontre HurstCB193JrDeveloping cornerback plays an aggressive game. Must be monitored for the future.
FAJames HannaTE824SrConsistent pass catching tight end that lacks speed to make plays down the field and strength to be an effective in line blocker.
FAJarvis JonesT765SrMassive lineman that easily controls defenders once engaged at the point of attack. Has great length, long arms and the playing strength to match. Must really improved the details of his position.