The ACC put players in the top ten of last April’s first round, in the middle of the frame as well as the last pick of the round. This year once school, North Carolina, could put three players in round one.  All ACC teams posted…

Boston College

Rnd Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
4thChase RettigQB113JrDeveloping quarterback with a nice game. Shows a good head for the position. Has an above average arm and terrific pass placement.
4thJohn WetzelT734SrSolid tackle prospect that really stands out in pass protection. Good athlete that must improve his playing strength.
5thKaleb RamseyDT965SrExplosive interior lineman that can be used in a variety of schemes. Returning from injury.
5thEmmett ClearyG775SrSkilled tackle prospect that showed great improvement last season. Has the ability to be used at tackle or guard. Comes with an upside.
6thChris PantaleTE815SrAdequate pass catching and blocking tight end with limited upside. Solid, not spectacular.
FAKevin Pierre-LouisOLB243JrSmall yet explosive weak side linebacker prospect who makes plays sideline to sideline.
FAHarris WilliamsG643So
FAMontel HarrisRB25SrOne time highly rated ball carrier that sat on the sidelines with injury last season. Released dismissed from the program and could be headed to the supplemental draft.
FAAndre WilliamsRB443JrStrong, interior ball carrier that pounds it out on the inside.


Rnd Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
3rdAndre EllingtonRB235SrExplosive, double cut running back with a variety of ball carrying skills.
5thDeAndre HopkinsWR63JrSolid pass catcher that also does a nice job blocking downfield. Potential 4th receiver.
5-6Jonathan WillardOLB465SrWell rounded linebacker that aggressively defends the run while also showing playmaking skills in space.
6thMalliciah GoodmanDE974SrRelatively athletic college defensive end with a nice upside yet a prospect that must take it to the next level.
6thBrandon ThomasG634JrExplosive lineman that flashes skill yet must pull together a complete game.
7thRashard HallS315SrSkilled defensive back best between the numbers.
7thQuandon ChristianOLB344JrQuick, explosive linebacker that goes sideline to sideline. Undersized yet offers potential on the weak side.
7-FACorico HawkinsOLB423JrFluid, athletic, linebacker with marginal instincts.
FATajh BoydQB104JrAthletic college quarterback that’s a bigger threat running the ball rather than passing it.
FAJaron BrownWR185Sr
FAJonathan MeeksS54Sr
FADalton FreemanC555SrAdequate position blocker that lacks next level strength at the point.


Rnd Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
6thWalt CantyS44SrMassive safety that can be a force between the numbers.
FAConner VernonWR24SrNice sized receiver with a dependable game and a good head for the position.
FASean RenfreeQB195SrTall pocket passer with a good feel for the game yet limited physical skills.
FAKelby BrownILB593JrSwift, sideline to sideline linebacker with a complete game yet poor size.
FARoss CockrellCB64JrTalented cornerback with the ability shutdown opponents.
FAAustin GambleILB454SrUndersized linebacker who gives a lot of effort.

Florida State

Rnd Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
1-2Bjoern WernerDE953JrDeveloping defensive end that combines great athleticism, deceptive strength and instincts to consistently make positive plays on the field.
2ndBrandon JenkinsDE494SrUndersized defensive end that shows tremendous force and speed off the edge. Struggles in space and may not be a slam-dunk at 3-4 outside linebacker as many project.
2ndE.J. ManuelQB35SrIncredibly athletic quarterback prospect with the physical skills and arm strength to lead a franchise at the next level. Makes plays with his legs while also displaying outstanding downfield accuracy. Struggles with his pass placement in the short and intermediate field. Could make a big move up draft boards if he shows improvement this season.
2-3Greg ReidCB54SrOutstanding cover corner with terrific ball skills and the ability to impact games as a return specialist.
3-4Cornellius CarradineDE914SrDeveloping defensive end poised for breakout campaign. Explosive, athletic and comes with a large upside.
4thXavier RhodesCB274JrPhysical cornerback that shows flashes yet must pull together a complete game.
5thEverett DawkinsDT935SrQuick, explosive yet undersized defensive tackle that makes plays in every direction of the field. Potential three technique lineman for the next level.
5-6Christian JonesOLB73JrIncredibly athletic outside linebacker that makes plays in every direction of the field. Fast, effective in space and has an upside.
7thRodney SmithWR844SrWell sized pass catcher that physically beats down opponents and wins out for the reception. One speed receiver that lacks a deep burst.
7thVince WilliamsOLB115SrAthletic linebacker that makes plays sideline to sideline. Better suited as a weak side player.
FANick MoodyS105SrAthletic safety that shows flashes yet has displayed limited consistency on the field.
FAAnthony McCloudDT925SrFiery defensive tackle that explodes off the snap and shoots the gaps between the offensive line.

Georgia Tech

Rnd Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
3-4Jeremiah AttaochuOLB45JrPlay making linebacker that shows a well-rounded game. Deceptively strong, stout against the run and offers skill in coverage.
5thRod SweetingCB64SrSkilled cornerback that makes a lot of plays on the ball and also shows toughness against the run. Does not show great playing speed.
5thQuayshawn NealyOLB543SoQuick, athletic weak side linebacker with an upside.
6thLouis YoungCB83JrPhysical corner that has an upside and shows a lot of play making skill.
FAIzaan CrossDE944SrServiceable lineman that plays with good fundamentals.
FAOmoregie UzziG775SrAdequate blocker that must improve his balance and overall game.


Rnd Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
3rdKenny TateS65SrFormer safety who made a seamless transition to outside linebacker last season before being lost with a knee injury.
4-5Eric FranklinS484SrUnderrated safety with an imposing stature and the physical skills to match. Needs to polish his game but tough defending the run and shows ball skills outside the numbers.
5thDemetrius HartsfieldOLB95SrAthletic and forceful linebacker that makes plays sideline to sideline, gets depth on pass drops and shows a lot of skill on the field. Has an upside yet must take his game to another level.
6thMatt FurstenburgTE895SrAthletic tight end that quickly gets off the line of scrimmage, shows the speed necessary to get down the field and presents himself as a dangerous pass catching threat.
6thMatt RobinsonS403JrTough, run defending safety best in a straight line.
FAJustin LewisG785SrQuick, explosive blocker that showed a lot of skill in 2010. Dismissed from the program in July of 2011.
FAKevin DorseyWR135SrDependable underneath receiver that plays smart football and does a terrific job working to make himself an available target.
FAJoe VellanoDT725SrIntense interior lineman that plays hard, shows great quickness as well as some athleticism yet possesses poor size.
FADarin DrakefordOLB524SrUndersized yet quick linebacker that makes plays sideline to sideline.


RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
3rdAllen HurnsWR13JrFast, game breaking receiver with solid pass catching skills.
4-5Stephen MorrisQB173JrAccurate pocket passer with an NFL arm. Possesses good upside yet must polish his game.
5thMike JamesRB54SrStrong, interior ball carrier that runs through tackles and carries the pile.
5thVaughn TelemaqueS75SrComplete safety with a total game. Tough run defender that also show skill getting outside the numbers in coverage.
6thRay-Ray ArmstrongS264SrAggressive, hard hitting safety best in a straight line defending the run.
6thBrandon McGeeCB214SrTalented cover corner that flashes skill.
6thDarius SmithDT985SrMassive interior lineman that flashes skill yet must step up his game.
FAClive WalfordTE463SoAthletic tight end with a high upside yet still very rough around the edges.
FARamon BuchananOLB454SrQuick, explosive pursuit linebacker that’s undersized and really struggles handling blocks. Returning from a knee injury.
FABlake AylesTE865Sr

North Carolina

RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
1stJonathan CooperG645SrTerrific guard prospect with a high upside. Athletic, moves well on his feet and very effective blocking in motion. Needs to improve his playing strength yet an outstanding prospect.
1-2Sylvester WilliamsDT134SrExplosive, quick interior lineman that can be used as a conventional tackle or on the nose. Fires off the snap and controls the line of scrimmage when focused on the task at hand.
1-2Brennan WilliamsT734SrLarge, athletic tackle whose game took off last season. Terrific pass blocker that also dominates the opposition on running downs.
2-3Kevin ReddickOLB484SrForceful middle linebacker with an array of skill. Top 75 choice that will get consideration at strong side linebacker.
4thTravis BondG764SrBig, often dominant blocker that moves very well on his feet. Has an upside.
4thGiovani BernardRB263SoNifty, elusive, double cut runner that consistently creates his own yardage.
5thKareem MartinDE953JrTall, angular defensive lineman that showed a lot of flashes as a sophomore. Has an upside and could develop into a two gap end.
5thJames HurstT683JrTall, large college left tackle that may be better off on the right side in the NFL. Possesses good size, growth potential and a strong run blocker. Plays smart football as well.
5-6Darius LipfordOLB233JrSolid weak side prospect that makes plays sideline to sideline and shows skill in coverage.
6thFabby DesirOLB494SrFormer Junior College transfer coming off a terrific season. Undersized yet athletic, explosive and makes plays sideline to sideline.
6thTre BostonCB103JrDeveloping defensive back with potential at corner or safety.
6-7Erik HighsmithWR884SrLarge, strong receiver best as a possession wide out.
7thJheranie BoydWR874SrAgile, quick receiver that can be a fifth wide out at the next level.
FADevon RamsayFB456SrOne time dominant lead blocker hoping to return to form after missing time with suspension and injury.
FABryn RennerQB24JrSolid college quarterback that lacks the arm strength and physical skills for the next level.

North Carolina State

RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
3rdDavid AmersonCB13JrOpportunistic cornerback that’s not as good as his stats would lend one to believe.
4thRob CrispT783JrDeveloping tackle with a high upside. Possesses good size, growth potential and blocks with solid fundamentals. Good footwork for a right tackle and naturally strong.
4thEarl WolffS275SrUnderrated safety with a complete game. Fires up the field defending the run yet also shows skill in coverage in center field. Displays terrific playing speed.
6thThomas TealDT693SoTerrific young prospect that shows power and explosion on the inside.
6thCamden WentzC535SrExplosive and quick center with a tremendous head for the game.
6-7Mike GlennonQB85SrStrong arm passer that powers the ball into targets yet marginally accurate with poor pass placement.
6-7Zach AllenG725SrStrong, small area blocker that rides defenders off the line of scrimmage. Does not consistently play with leverage or work to finish blocks but has an upside.
FABrandan BishopS304SrFiery, fierce safety that sells out defending the run and also shows skill in coverage.
FABrian SlayDE554SrUndersized yet intense defensive lineman that shows speed in every direction and makes plays in all areas.


RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
4thOday AboushiT724SrSolid pass blocking left tackle with an upside. Has an inconsistent game and presently overrated by many.
6-7LaRoy ReynoldsOLB94SrAthletic, nifty linebacker that plays sideline to sideline and is very effective in space. Potential week side prospect.
7thColter PhillipsTE895SrTerrific blocking tight end that’s not a big part of the passing game.
FAPerry JonesRB334SrQuick, elusive ball carrier with size limitations.
FADevin WallaceCB285SrNice sized cornerback that flashes skill and aggressiveness. Has an upside but must complete his game. No longer with the Virginia program.

Virginia Tech

RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
1-2Logan ThomasQBN4JrBig armed pocket passer with tremendous physical skill. Needs to improve the consistency of his accuracy but has NFL skills.
3rdBruce TaylorILB515SrDominant linebacker prospect that can be used at several positions. Fierce and strong against the run yet also shows a quick change of direction and the ability to pursue the action to the flanks. Coming off an injury yet offers top 75 potential if he gets back to prior form.
3rdKyle FullerCB173JrFast rising junior defensive back with potential at corner or safety. Physically aggressive and offers a variety of skill.
4thDerrick HopkinsDT983JrStout space heater in the middle that shows a lot of quickness in his game.
4thMarcus DavisWR75SrKing sized receiver that shows athleticism and flashes skill. Comes with and large upside yet must pulled together a complete game.
5thNick BectonT545SrUnderrated blocker that shows skill in pass protection. Must finish his game yet has possibilities to make a big move up draft boards.
6thD.J. ColesWR184SrLarge, possession receiver coming off a breakout campaign.
6thAntoine HopkinsDT565SrExplosive one gap tackle that fires through the holes up the field and shows a quick change of direction. Potential three technique lineman at the next level.
7thDetrick BonnerS83SoDeveloping defensive back that shows a lot of flashes on the field.
FAAntone ExumS14JrPhysically gifted defensive back that looks imposing on the field. Flashes skill yet still rough around the edges.
FAJack TylerILB584JrSmall yet explosive linebacker outstanding in pursuit.
FADyrell RobertsWR115SrOne time highly rated receiver that really watched his game drop off last season.

Wake Forest

ndFull NamePosNumYrComments
5-6Michael CampanaroWR34JrCompetitive and dependable receiver that consistently comes away with the difficult grab. Has size and speed limitations.
7thJosh HarrisRB254JrPatient ball carrier that runs low to the ground and shows the ability to make defenders miss.
FAKenny OkoroCB65SrNice sized cornerback that flashes skill yet has never pulled together a complete game.
FATommy BohanonFB424SrSolid lead blocker that also shows skill catching the ball out of the backfield.