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2012 Defensive End Reports
Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 270
40: 4.78
Year: 5Sr

Frank Alexander

School: Oklahoma
Position: DE
Bio: Two-year starter at defensive end awarded all-conference honors last year. Senior totals included 54 tackles/19 tackles for loss/8.5 sacks, one interception and eight pass breakups. Junior numbers included 39/13/7.
Positive: Athletic defensive end will also get consideration as a rush linebacker. Plays with good quickness. Fluid moving in all directions of the field. Great burst off the snap, gets momentum going up the field and easily changes direction. Displays solid movement skills to every area and the ability to pursue the action from the back side. Solid pass rusher who plays with good pad level. Plays with balance and body control and is rarely off his feet. Works his hands throughout the action. Shows ability in space when dropped off the line of scrimmage.
Negative: Displays a lot of hesitation in his game and is slow to react. Handled by tight ends and could be a liability defending the run. Gives up on plays too often.
Analysis: Alexander was a productive pass-rushing defensive end at Oklahoma and was effectively used in a variety of roles. He has the skills to be a one-gap defensive end or outside linebacker in a 3-4 alignment if he improves his technique and plays hard on every down.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 289
40: 5.01
Year: 4Jr

Armond Armstead

School: USC
Position: DE
Bio: Missed the 2011 season due to illness. Started his entire junior season of 2010, posting 43 tackles/3 sacks/ 6.5 tackles for loss. Started five games in 2009 after missing the first half of the campaign with a broken foot. Finished the year with six tackles and one tackle for loss.
Positive: Athletic yet undeveloped prospect with a nice upside. Moves well on his feet, quickly changes direction and fluid getting down the line of scrimmage to make plays. Keeps his feet moving up the field and chases the action hard. Works his hands to get off blocks. Better than average speed off the edge.
Negative: Lacks overall quickness in his game. Slow locating the ball. Struggles getting off blocks. Minimal production and playing time in college.
Analysis: Armstead was a late addition to the 2012 draft after choosing not to remain at USC or transfer to another program. He displayed flashes of skill throughout his college career and was dominant at times during the 2010 season. However, he is unpolished and will need a lot of work before he's NFL ready.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 274
40: 4.75
Year: 5Sr

Jake Bequette

School: Arkansas
Position: DE
Bio: Broke into the starting lineup as a freshman. Senior totals included 28 tackles/10.5 tackles for loss/10 sacks, when he missed three games with a hamstring injury. Junior totals included 39/9/5.5.
Positive: Tough, smart defender who plays hard until the whistle blows. Patient, remains disciplined with assignments and plays with good lean. Fluid if asked to twist or stunt, uses his hands well and plays with leverage. Easily gets down the line to chase the action, quick off the edge and displays a burst of closing speed. Keeps his feet driving upfield and possesses good quickness.
Negative: Struggles getting off blocks and can be controlled by a single opponent. Displayed a lot of stiffness and looked uncomfortable during Senior Bowl practices when used at linebacker.
Analysis: Bequette was a solid college defender and offers the size, body type and speed to play at the next level. Still developing, he'll offer possibilities as a defensive end in a four-man line or rush linebacker in a 3-4 alignment. He's an asset to a roster and could develop into a productive player if properly coached.

Height: 6-0.5
Weight: 262
40: 4.9
Year: 5Sr

Broderick Binns

School: Iowa
Position: DE
Bio: Full-time starter during his senior and sophomore campaigns while playing five games with the first team as a junior. Totals last year included 60 tackles/12 tackles for loss/5 sacks. Junior numbers included 36 tackles with one tackle for loss. Sophomore totals included career-high numbers of 63/10/6 with nine passes broken up.
Positive: Undersized yet explosive college lineman who gets the most from his ability. Remains disciplined with assignments, plays within himself and makes a lot of smart plays on the field. Fires off the snap with a quick first step, immediately locates the ball and shows the ability to alter his angle of attack and chase the action laterally. Keeps his knees bent, plays with terrific pad level and naturally gets leverage on opponents. Keeps his feet driving up the field, slides off blocks and gets his hands up to knock away the pass if he cannot get to the quarterback.
Negative: First-move lineman who struggles getting off blocks or will be engulfed at the point of attack. Possesses just an average closing burst of speed. Consistently overmatched by opponents.
Analysis: Binns was a productive college lineman who lacks great measurables for the next level. His quickness, change-of-direction ability and intensity will make him an attractive backup as a three-technique tackle at the next level.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 263
40: 4.82
Year: 5Sr

Jamie Blatnick

School: Oklahoma State
Position: DE
Bio: All-conference selection as a senior with career-best totals of 50 tackles/13.5 tackles for loss/8 sacks. Junior numbers included 27/6/5.5. Broke into the starting lineup as a sophomore.
Positive: High-effort prospect who gets the most from his ability. Hard-nosed defender who works his hands throughout the action and battles to get off blocks. Breaks down well, keeps the action in front of him and displays a terrific head for the game. Fires to the action and displays a short burst of speed bearing down on plays. Remains disciplined with assignments.
Negative: Ineffective in pursuit. Marginal speed off the edge. Controlled at the point by a single blocker.
Analysis: Blatnick makes up for his lack of athleticism with smart, tough play. He's a situational defender for the next level and would be effective in limited roles.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 252
40: 4.75
Year: 5Sr

Matt Broha

School: Louisiana Tech
Position: DE
Bio: Four-year starter at defensive end awarded all-conference honors the past two seasons. Senior totals included 42 tackles/10 sacks/13 tackles loss after 44/10/16 the prior year.
Positive: Underrated college pass rusher who projects as a 3-4 outside linebacker and also get consideration at tight end. Displays solid first-step quickness, slices through double team blocks and consistently makes plays behind the line of scrimmage. Possesses good movement skills, can bend off the edge and shows the ability to pursue the action. Plays with good lean, works his hands throughout the action and goes hard until the whistle blows. Easily makes plays outside the box and shows skill when dropped off the line of scrimmage.
Negative: Shows just average playing speed and a minimal closing burst. Struggles handling blocks and easily controlled by opponents.
Analysis: Broha was productive on the college level and has quietly been one of the better pass rushers in the nation. He offers a variety of skill and his approach to the game will help him catch on as a backup at defensive end, pass rush linebacker or even tight end.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 283
40: 4.85
Year: 5Sr

James Brooks

School: North Alabama
Position: DE
Bio: Arizona State transfer who posted 27 tackles, 5 tackles for loss, and 2 sacks last season in his only campaign with North Alabama. Started seven games for Arizona State in 2010, posting 25/7.5/4. Had several off the field issues at Arizona State and left the program in July 2011.
Positive: Physically gifted defensive end who impacts the game when motivated. Moves well around the field, fluid changing direction and is a disruptive force who displays the ability to defeat blocks and make plays behind the line of scrimmage. Jolts blockers with violent punch, plays with good lean and looks imposing on the field. Splits double-team blocks, can bend off the edge and shows ability in pursuit. Has nice length and possesses growth potential.
Negative: Looked sluggish, poorly conditioned and unmotivated last year. Did not play with a sense of urgency, took plays off and gave minimal effort attempting to disengage from blocks.
Analysis: Brooks entered 2011 season with high expectations from scouts yet struggled with personal issues and watched his game fall apart. He possesses the underlying ability to start in the NFL yet must quickly pull the pieces together and decide that he wants a career at the next level.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 265
40: 4.97
Year: 5Sr

Vince Browne

School: Northwestern
Position: DE
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors after his junior season. Totals last year included 36 tackles/3.5 tackles for loss/3 sacks. Junior totals included career numbers of 58/15.5/7 after posting 39/8/5 as a sophomore.
Positive: Hardworking college defender with minimal size/speed numbers for the next level. Plays with good lean, gets leverage on opponents and works his hands throughout the action. Fights through double-team blocks to get to ballcarriers, shows a burst of closing speed and has the ability to slide down the line laterally, effectively pursuing the action. Quick off the edge and shows great explosiveness as a pass rusher. Plays with a nonstop motor.
Negative: Lacks functional football strength and easily controlled at the point by a single blocker. Lacks great speed in pursuit.
Analysis: Browne works hard and gets the most from his assets, but he's a marginal athlete who does not possess much upside for the next level. He must add bulk to his frame and improve his play against the run to have any chance of sticking at the next level.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 284
40: 4.7
Year: 4Sr

Quinton Coples

School: North Carolina
Position: DE
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors after his senior and junior seasons. Totals last year included 55 tackles/15 tackles for loss/7.5 sacks after he had 59/15.5/10 as a junior.
Positive: Athletic defensive prospect who can be a disruptive force when motivated. Fluid moving about the field and rarely off his feet. Commands double-team blocks and tough to move off the point of attack. Breaks down well, effectively uses his hands to protect himself and plays with both balance and body control. Keeps his feet off the initial block, quickly changes direction and displays speed pursuing from the back side. Easily defeats blocks, shows speed off the edge and can be a dominant force.
Negative: Did not play with a sense of urgency last season and disappeared for stretches. Does not consistently chase the action hard if the play is not within his immediate vicinity.
Analysis: Coming into the season Coples was justifiably rated as one of the best senior prospects in the nation. He's an impressive looking athlete who plays big and fast, disrupting plays from all angles. He offers the underlying skills to be a dominant NFL performer if he's willing to pay the price and play at a high level on every snap.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 274
40: 4.74
Year: 4Sr

Jack Crawford

School: Penn State
Position: DE
Bio: Three-year starter who totaled 40 tackles/7.5 tackles for loss/6.5 sacks as a senior after posting totals of 14/4.5/2 as a junior, when he struggled with a foot injury Sophomore totals included 14.5 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks.
Positive: Large, imposing athlete who occasionally plays the part. Possesses a long, lean build, gets leverage on opponents and quickly changes direction. Easily moves down the line of scrimmage to make plays in pursuit. Effectively uses his hands to protect himself and get off blocks. Stays with assignments. Keeps his feet moving on contact and rarely off his feet.
Negative: Struggles getting off blocks once engaged at the point of attack and lacks natural bulk. Possesses an average closing burst. Inconsistent on the field.
Analysis: Crawford has all the tools necessary to play at the next level and at the top of his game projects as a starting end in a four-man line. He should develop into a productive NFL player if he stays healthy and improves his game.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 275
40: 4.82
Year: 4Sr

Tyrone Crawford

School: Boise State
Position: DE
Bio: Junior college transfer who moved into the starting lineup as a senior and was awarded all-conference honors after totals of 44 tackles/13.5 tackles loss/6.5 sacks. Reserve lineman as a junior, finishing the year with 32/13.5/7.
Positive: Developing lineman with a big upside. Breaks down well, rarely off his feet and slices through blocks to make plays behind the line of scrimmage. Effectively uses his hands, easily changes direction and plays with good quickness. Better than average speed off the edge, deceptively strong and drives up the field, knocking blockers off the line. Plays with excellent pad level and low to the ground.
Negative: Shows stiffness in his game. Slow getting off blocks. Off balance and haphazard in his movement.
Analysis: Crawford showed tremendous progress in his game last season and is a solid athlete slowly growing into a complete defensive lineman. He offers possibilities at a number of spots up front and is marching up draft boards.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 279
40: 4.91
Year: 5Sr

Jared Crick

School: Nebraska
Position: DE
Bio: Three-year starter who suffered a season-ending pectoral muscle five games into the 2011 campaign. Totals last year included 22 tackles/2.5 tackles for loss/1 sack after he had 70/17/9.5 as a junior. Sophomore totals included 73/15/9.5. All-conference selection after is sophomore and junior seasons and was named to numerous All-American teams in 2010.
Positive: Explosive and intense defensive lineman who plays hard until the whistle blows. Moves well about the field, easily redirects to ballcarriers and fluid getting outside the box to chase the action. Bends his knees, consistently plays with leverage and effectively uses his hands to protect himself. Fires through the gaps of the offensive line to penetrate the backfield, quickly changes direction and covers a lot of area on the field. Displays a variety of pass rushing moves.
Negative: Lacks natural bulk and handled by opponents if he does not beat them off the snap. Does not display top pursuit speed when chasing the action laterally.
Analysis: Crick entered the season with high grades yet saw his campaign cut short by injury and as a result will not receive first-round consideration. He's a solid football player with the ability to be used at a number of positions on the defensive line, and he should only get better as he physically matures and improves his playing strength.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 266
40: 4.68
Year: 5Sr

Vinny Curry

School: Marshall
Position: DE
Bio: Three-year starter named Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year in 2011, and also named to several All-American teams. Totals last year included 77 tackles/22 tackles for loss/11. All-American and all-conference choice as a junior with totals of 94/18/12.
Positive: Natural pass rusher with potential at a number of positions in the NFL. Incredibly explosive, fires off the snap and chases around the field to make plays. Can bend off the edge, takes good angles to the action and displays a variety of moves with his hands to protect himself. Attacks assignments, goes after ballcarriers and gets a lot of momentum going to the action. Plays with good pad level, fluid moving in every direction of the field and easily changes direction without losing speed. Tough to knock off his feet. Effectively diagnoses plays and has solid instincts.
Negative: Lacks great bulk and struggles getting off blocks. Primarily used up the field and rarely asked to make plays in reverse. Possesses solid speed but is not great in pursuit.
Analysis: Curry has been one of the best pass rushers in college football the past two seasons. He's a prospect who can be used as a one-gap defensive end or standing up over tackle as a rush linebacker at the next level. Curry plays smart, tough, football and is a prospect who should only get better over time.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 265
40: 4.87
Year: 4Sr

Wayne Dorsey

School: Mississippi
Position: DE
Bio: Started the first six games of last season before his season came to an end with a broken arm. Finished with 22 tackles/5 tackles for loss/3 sacks as a senior. Junior totals included 12/4/1 in four starts.
Positive: Tall, athletic pass rusher who has displayed signs of playmaking ability the past two years. Smooth athlete who chases the action, makes plays in every direction of the field and shows ability in pursuit. Flashes speed and force off the edge as a pass rusher. Plays with good pad level. Displays good first-step quickness, easily redirects to ballcarriers and effectively uses his hands to protect himself.
Negative: Slow getting off blocks and handled by smaller tight ends. Easily knocked from his angle of attack by the first block. Lacks the flat-out speed to be used at linebacker.
Analysis: Dorsey is a raw talent who never put together a consistent game. He offers possibilities as a pass-rushing defensive end in a four-man line, but must improve his playing strength and develop a complete game.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 268
40: 4.75
Year: 5Sr

Justin Francis

School: Rutgers
Position: DE
Bio: Moved into the starting lineup as a senior and posted career-best numbers of 64 tackles/13 tackles for loss/6.5 sacks. Also intercepted one pass and broke up five more. Junior totals included 21/2/4, when he was used primarily as a backup.
Positive: Terrific football player with a developing game. Competitive, intense and works hard throughout the action. Flashes the ability to split double team blocks, fluid dropping off the line of scrimmage and chases the action attempting to make a play. Plays hard and will play injured. Gets off the snap with a good first step, effectively uses his hands and violently hits blockers to come free. Bends his knees, breaks down well and makes plays in a variety of ways. Instinctive and remains disciplined with assignments.
Negative: Lacks natural bulk and can be controlled by a single blocker. Undersized and lacks edge speed.
Analysis: Francis really stepped up his game last season as a solid all-around player. His competitiveness is infectious, and Francis will help a team at the next level on defense and special teams.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 285
40: 5.01
Year: 4Sr

Trevor Guyton

School: California
Position: DE
Bio: All-conference selection as a senior after moving into the starting lineup and posting career-best numbers of 46 tackles/7 sacks/15 tackles for loss. Junior totals included 29/5/11, when he started four games.
Positive: Explosive prospect who can be used at several spots on the defensive line. Fires off the snap with a terrific first step, penetrates the line of scrimmage and effectively uses his hands to protect himself. Plays with good pad level, shows ability as a pass rusher and flashes strength in his lower body, bull rushing opponents off the line. Works hard, chases the action to get involved and keeps his feet moving on contact. Shows ability in space and solid movement skills.
Negative: Possesses an average closing burst. Lacks top size/speed numbers for any position on the defensive line.
Analysis: Guyton has displayed steady progress the past two seasons yet has size/speed limitations. His quickness and movement skills dictate a move to the three-technique tackle position, but he shows enough ability to also get consideration as a two-gap end.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 242
40: 4.88
Year: 4Jr

Max Holloway

School: Boston College
Position: DE
Bio: Two-year starter who finished with 47 tackles/8 tackles for loss/2.5 sacks, one interception and three pass breakups as a junior. Sophomore totals included 36/14/4.
Positive: Undersized college defensive end who projects to outside linebacker in the NFL. Moves well about the field, fluid changing direction and easily gets down the line of scrimmage to make plays. Shows an array of moves working to get off blocks. Plays with good knee bend and balance. Works his hands throughout the action and rarely knocked off his feet.
Negative: Moderately productive at Boston College. Average quickness and speed in his game. Struggles getting off blocks and easily controlled at the point of attack by a single opponent.
Analysis: Holloway is a solid athlete and was adequate but never dominant at Boston College. He offers possibilities as an outside linebacker in a 34 alignment, but he must really produce on special teams to have any chance of making it at the next level.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 284
40: 4.87
Year: 4Sr

Malik Jackson

School: Tennessee
Position: DE
Bio: USC transfer who started the past two seasons for Tennessee, winning all-conference honors after each campaign. Senior totals included 56 tackles/3 tackles for loss/14 sacks after he had 48/5/12 the prior season. Also intercepted one pass and broke up four more as a junior. Lined up primarily at defensive tackle for Tennessee.
Positive: Athletic defensive lineman with adequate size and solid growth potential. Quick off the snap, keeps his feet driving up the field and plays with good pad level. Consistently focused on by opponents, works his hands throughout the action and moves well on the field. Easily changes direction, flows well to the action and makes plays up the field or outside the box.
Negative: Possesses a thin build, is slow getting off blocks and gets controlled by a single opponent. Average closing burst.
Analysis: Jackson was a solid college lineman out of position on the interior of Tennessee's defensive line. He offers potential as a conventional end or could ultimately grow into a two gap-end for a 3-4 alignment. Jackson is underrated and has a lot of upside.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 295
40: 5.05
Year: 5Sr

Anthony Jacobs

School: Minnesota
Position: DE
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons, posting 26 tackles/6 tackles for loss/1 sack as a senior after he had 41/6.5/2 the prior year.
Positive: Explosive yet slightly undersized defensive lineman with potential at a number of spots upfront. Displays outstanding first-step quickness, keeps his feet moving on contact and gets momentum going up the field. Plays with good balance, leverage and displays the ability to drop off the line of scrimmage then play in space on zone blitzes. Quickly locates the action and displays a good head for the ball. Adequate change-of-direction ability. Plays hard until the whistle blows.
Negative: Lacks size and can be overwhelmed at the point of attack by a single blocker. Must develop more moves with his hands.
Analysis: Jacobs was an adequate player at Minnesota, but he lacks top measurables for the next level. He offers potential as a three-technique lineman in the NFL if he proves his worth on special teams.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 265
40: 4.96
Year: 4Sr

Jamaar Jarrett

School: Arizona State
Position: DE
Bio: Totaled 35 tackles/5.5 tackles for loss/2 sacks as a senior, when he became a full-time starter. Started six games the previous season, totaling 48/10.5/4.5.
Positive: Nimble, flexible lineman who changes direction and is rarely off his feet. Displays skill pursuing the action to the sidelines, covers a lot of area and plays faster than his 40 time. Fires off the snap with a terrific first step, gets a lot of force going up the field and uses his hands exceptionally well to protect himself. Plays with good pad level, wedging through blocks to get behind the line of scrimmage. Remains disciplined with assignments and effectively identifies the action.
Negative: Easily blocked from plays by a single opponent. Lacks speed off the edge and is not an outstanding pass rusher for an undersized lineman.
Analysis: Jarrett displayed a lot of consistency the past two years and is a hardworking prospect with size/speed limitations. His approach to the game and football smarts could help him catch on as an inexpensive rotational lineman used at several positions upfront.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 268
40: 4.75
Year: 4Sr

Cameron Johnson

School: Virginia
Position: DE
Bio: Three-year starter who finished with 30 tackles/11 tackles for loss/4 sacks as a senior after posting 53/14.5/6.5 the prior year. Struggled with a lower body injury during the second half of his senior season.
Positive: Explosive pass rushing defensive end who gets a lot of momentum going up the field. Fires off the snap with a terrific first step, displays overall quickness in his game and plays with leverage. Fluid moving about the field, quick if asked to twist or stunt and displays solid change-of-direction ability. Rarely off his feet, smooth moving in every direction of the field and shows a short burst of speed in pursuit. Knifes between blockers to get behind the line of scrimmage and works his hands throughout the action to protect himself. Nifty, agile lineman who can also drop off the line of scrimmage and play in space. Does not give up and works hard to be productive.
Negative: More of a first-step lineman and rather easily disrupted by blocks. Lacks bulk and controlled by a single opponent or engulfed at the point of attack. Not a great pursuit lineman and cannot sustain his speed.
Analysis: Johnson was a college defender who made a lot of plays behind the line of scrimmage and shows natural pass rushing skills. He lacks classic size/speed numbers but has the ability to get to the quarterback, which makes him an attractive prospect. Johnson will initially be a pass rush specialist at the next level, and can eventually grow into an every down defender.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 263
40: 4.95
Year: 5Sr

Delano Johnson

School: Bowie State
Position: DE
Bio: Two-year starter who finished with 54 tackles, seven tackles for loss and two interceptions with three blocked kicks as a senior. Junior totals included 63 tackles/5 tackles for loss/1 sacks with two interceptions and seven blocked kicks.
Positive: Athletic college linebacker who projects to defensive end in the NFL. Looks the part, breaks down well and displays good movement skills. Uses his hands to protect himself, shows strength at the point of attack and easily defeats blocks to get up the field and make plays. Smooth, can flip his hips transitioning to run with tight ends and scrapes well laterally to get to the ballcarrier.
Negative: Takes incorrect angles to the action and can be slow to react. Marginal quickness in his game and does not show burst.
Analysis: Johnson was a playmaker on special teams while occasionally displaying force and skill on defense. He has the measurables to be used at defensive end or outside linebacker in a 34 alignment, and his knack for blocking kicks could help secure a roster spot this season.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 266
40: 4.78
Year: 4Jr

Chandler Jones

School: Syracuse
Position: DE
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors the past two years. Junior totals included 38 tackles/7.5 tackles for loss/4.5 sacks in seven games, when he missed five contests with a leg injury. Sophomore totals the prior year included 57/9.5/4 after he had 52/10/1.5 as a redshirt freshman.
Positive: Explosive college pass rusher who makes plays in every direction of the field. Plays with good lean, gets leverage on opponents and rarely gets knocked off his feet. Easily changes his angle of attack, gets down the line of scrimmage to make plays and shows the ability to drop into space on zone blitzes. Works his hands throughout the action, keeps his feet moving on contact and stays with the action. Displays a good head for the ball. Instinctive, flexible and can bend off the edge.
Negative: Possesses just an average closing burst and minimal long speed. Ineffective in pursuit. Lacks bulk and can be a liability against the run.
Analysis: Jones was a terrific college pass rusher who also showed the ability to make plays in open space. He possesses upside potential and should eventually develop into a productive starting defensive end on a four-man line.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 241
40: 4.81
Year: 5Sr

Kentrell Lockett

School: Mississippi
Position: DE
Bio: Started seven games as a senior and finished with 33 tackles /2.5 tackles for loss. Totaled 6 tackles/1 tackles for loss/1 sack in 2010 before suffering a season-ending knee injury three games into the campaign. Junior totals of 2009 included 39/10/5 after he had 36/11.5/2 as a sophomore.
Positive: Adequately sized pass rushing prospect with possibilities as a 3-4 outside linebacker or defensive end in a conventional front. Displays terrific first-step quickness, plays with good pad level, and changes direction well. Quickly gets his hands up to protect himself, fast off the edge, and can string plays laterally in pursuit. Fluid if asked to twist or stunt, displays solid speed in every direction of the field, and works hard until the whistle blows.
Negative: Lacks bulk and struggles getting off blocks once engaged at the point of attack. More of a speed rusher who is now dealing with a severe knee injury.
Analysis: Lockett was very productive on the college level yet suffered the misfortune of a knee injury prior to the 2010 campaign. He possesses skills that project well to the next level, but he must prove he is healthy and quickly get back to prior form to have any chance of an NFL career.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 250
40: 4.75
Year: 5Sr

Ben Martin

School: Tennessee
Position: DE
Bio: Started eight games as a senior and totaled 18 tackles. Junior numbers from 2009 included 38 tackles/5 tackles for loss/6 sacks. Missed 2010 season with an Achilles tendon injury. Suffered a separate Achilles injury in February 2011.
Positive: One-time highly rated pass rusher whose play has been set back by injuries. Displays good movement skills and plays with balance and body control. Rarely off his feet, displays good change-of-direction ability and makes plays in every area of the field. Fast off the edge and easily pursues the action from the back side.
Negative: Controlled at the point of attack by a single defender. Displays average quickness in his game. Gets pushed off the line of scrimmage and is a liability in run defense. Returned to the field in 2011 with significantly less explosiveness and speed after his injuries.
Analysis: Martin was a pass-rushing terror who was blossoming into a fine prospect before the injuries to both Achilles. He must pass medical exams and quickly produce in camp this summer to have any chance of even making a practice squad.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 282
40: 5
Year: 5Sr

Matthew Masifilo

School: Stanford
Position: DE
Bio: Two-year starter after seeing sporadic action with the first team during his freshman and sophomore seasons. Senior totals included 34 tackles/8 tackles for loss/2.5 sacks after 33/4/4.5 as a junior.
Positive: Explosive, hardworking defensive lineman with marginal size/speed numbers for the next level. Plays with a tough guy attitude, effectively defends the run and does not give up an inch to opponents. Chases the action hard, displays skill pursuing plays laterally and keeps his pads low to the ground. Works his hands well, redirects off blocks and gets to the action. Fluid changing direction.
Negative: Marginally athletic. Lacks great speed in pursuit. Just an average pass rusher. Passion for football has been questioned.
Analysis: Masifilo is a nasty defender who plays disciplined, smart football and gets the most from his ability. He lacks the physical skills to start at the next level yet could be a valuable backup with the ability to play several spots on the defensive line.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 261
40: 4.9
Year: 5Sr

Brian McNally

School: New Hampshire
Position: DE
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his junior season. Senior totals included 26 tackles/9.5 tackles for loss/7.5 sacks. Junior numbers included 42/15/13.5 when he was named to several All-American teams.
Positive: Intense, hardworking college pass rusher who consistently finds a way to make plays. Quick off the snap, plays with terrific pad level and is fluid changing direction. loses no momentum when he must immediately alter his angle of attack and plays with good lean. Fast off the edge and displays natural pass-rushing skills. Works his hands throughout the action. Disruptive force who plays hard until the whistle blows. Occasionally stood up over tackle and displays the ability to make plays behind the line of scrimmage. Instinctive, stays with assignments and is effective collapsing down the line of scrimmage in pursuit of the action.
Negative: Lacks overall strength and will be handled by a single blocker. Times poorly in the forty.
Analysis: McNally was a terrific college pass rusher who was constantly focused on by opponents yet consistently found a way to make plays on the ball. He possesses less than desirable size/speed numbers but the ability to disrupt the action behind the line of scrimmage is enticing.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 256
40: 4.85
Year: 5Sr

Julian Miller

School: West Virginia
Position: DE
Bio: Three-year starter who finished with 57 tackles/11 tackles for loss/6 sacks as a senior after putting up junior totals of 54/14/9. Sophomore numbers included 53/14/9. All-conference selection after his sophomore and junior campaigns.
Positive: Playmaking defensive end coming off a disappointing season. Explosive off the snap, effective when he plays with good pad level and fluid moving in all directions of the field. Easily alters his angle of attack, slides off blocks and collapses down the line to get to the action. Beats blockers with his quick first step, displays a good spin move and chases the action hard.
Negative: Easily has his legs taken out from underneath him at times. Must do a better job protecting himself. Occasionally plays tall and easily neutralized by opponents.
Analysis: Miller was very productive on the college level yet did not elevate his game as a senior. He possesses average size/speed numbers for the next level but could be a quality end for an NFL team if he gets his game back on track.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 269
40: 5
Year: 5Sr

Rennie Moore

School: Clemson
Position: DE
Bio: Moved into the starting lineup on a full-time basis as a senior and posted career-best numbers of 43 tackles/9 tackles for loss/4 sacks. Junior totals included 26/7/2.
Positive: Somewhat athletic defensive line prospect with potential at a number of positions. Displays good first-step quickness, immediately gets his hands up and effectively uses them to protect himself. Moves well laterally, displays good change-of-direction ability and chases the play out to the flanks. Keeps his feet moving up the field and gives effort.
Negative: Lined up at defensive tackle much of the past two years and was out of position. Constantly knocked off balance. Gets tall as the play proceeds and makes himself an easy target.
Analysis: Moore displayed definite signs of improvement as a senior and offers potential as a three-technique lineman at the next level if he learns to play with consistent

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 252
40: 4.8
Year: 5Sr

Darius Nall

School: Central Florida
Position: DE
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors after his junior season. Totals last year included 24 tackles/5 tackles for loss/2.5 sacks after he had 31/9.5/8.5 the prior year.
Positive: Undersized college pass rusher with limited measurables for the next level. Plays low to the ground, gets leverage on opponents and is fluid changing direction. Fires off the snap, immediately alters his angle of attack and displays terrific quickness in his overall game. Makes a lot of athletic plays on the field. Rarely off his feet.
Negative: Removed from the action by tight ends. Lacks the size to play defensive end at the next level and the speed to be used at linebacker.
Analysis: Nall is potentially a situational pass rusher at the next level, but he must show is worth on special teams for any chance to make a roster in the September.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 264
40: 4.85
Year: 4Sr

Tyrell Nielsen

School: Central Washington
Position: DE
Bio: Played in seven games as a senior, starting four and posting 19 tackles/5 tackles for loss/1 sacks. Junior totals included 13/1.5/1 when he started all four games he played in. Has struggled with knee injuries since his sophomore season.
Positive: Athletic and impressive looking defensive lineman who's effective when he is on the field. Quick off the snap, displays a variety of moves and squeezes between blocks to get up the field. Chases the action hard, easily gets down the line of scrimmage and makes plays in pursuit. Possesses terrific movement skills.
Negative: Lacks a great closing burst. Struggles defending the run and gets handled at the point by blocks. Lacks natural bulk. Has an injury history.
Analysis: Nielsen passes the eyeball test and often plays at a high level, but injuries have really hampered him the past two years. Recently decided to retire from football and won't be in camp this summer.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 270
40: 4.96
Year: 5Sr

Brad Ohrman

School: Eastern Michigan
Position: DE
Bio: All-conference selection as a senior after moving into the starting lineup and posting career numbers of 52 tackles/8.5 tackles for loss/5.5 sacks. Junior totals included 13 tackles with one tackle for loss.
Positive: Hard-charging defender with limited athleticism. Plays with good quickness, works his hands to get off blocks and keeps his feet moving on contact. Plays with leverage, moves well on his feet and fluid if asked to twist or stunt. Effectively reads and diagnoses the action and nicely redirects to ballcarriers.
Negative: Lacks bulk and can be handled at the point by a single blocker. Easily knocked from his angle of attack or gets caught up in the wash.
Analysis: Orhman is a competitive player with limited upside, but he does the little things well and is willing to play on special teams.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 258
40: 5.02
Year: 5Sr

Adewale Ojomo

School: Miami-Fl
Position: DE
Bio: Part-time starter the past two seasons, totaling 19 tackles/3.5 tackles for loss/1.5 sacks as a senior after he had 38/5/7.5 the prior year.
Positive: Undersized college defensive end who flashed skill on the field. Breaks down well, bends his knees and plays with good leverage. Works his hands throughout the action, quickly changes direction and immediately gets back to balance off the initial block. Stays with the action and wraps up when tackling. Displays suddenness in his game and flashes on the scene. Slides down the line of scrimmage to make plays laterally. Capable of penetrating into the backfield and can be a disruptive force.
Negative: Possesses more of a short-area burst of speed that he cannot sustain. Easily turned from the action or blocked by a single opponent. Minimally productive as a senior.
Analysis: Ojomo was a solid college player who possesses a linebacker's body with defensive lineman speed. He offers possibilities as a one-gap pass rushing end brought onto the field during third-and-long situations.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 266
40: 4.9
Year: 5Sr

Ernest Owusu

School: California
Position: DE
Bio: Two-year starter who posted 30 tackles/7.5 tackles for loss/9 sacks as a senior after 14/4/2 the prior year.
Positive: Adequately sized and relatively athletic defensive lineman with solid upside. Moves well about the field, makes plays down the line of scrimmage and plays hard until the whistle blows. Quickly gets off the snap, keeps his hands active throughout the action and plays with good pad level. Keeps his feet driving up the field and easily changes direction or alters his angle of attack.
Negative: Possesses a thin build and easily slowed by blocks or handled at the point of attack. Lacks speed off the edge as a pass rusher.
Analysis: Owusu displayed steady development in his game and is a practice squad prospect who should continue to improve as a physically matures.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 268
40: 4.83
Year: 3Jr

Donte Paige-Moss

School: North Carolina
Position: DE
Bio: Posted 29 tackles/4 tackles for loss/2 sacks as a junior when he was rotated in the lineup. Tore an ACL in his right knee during the Independence Bowl in late December. Started 13 games as a sophomore and finished with 49/13.5/7.
Positive: Athletic defensive end with nice size who flashed skill the past two years. Plays with good lean, fires off the snap with a terrific first step and displays quickness in his game. Moves well in every direction of the field, fast off the edge and gets out to the sidelines in pursuit of the action. Fluid changing direction, plays with good pad level and uses his hands to protect himself.
Negative: Easily locked up at the point of attack by a single blocker. Can be a liability defending the run. On the ground too much. Has multiple off the field issues and characterized as immature.
Analysis: Paige-Moss displayed a lot of skill throughout his sophomore season yet watched his game take a step back last year. He possesses the underlying ability to line up at defensive end in a four-man front yet must now overcome a knee injury and poor play last season.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 270
40: 4.95
Year: 5Sr

Jason Peters

School: Georgia Tech
Position: DE
Bio: Two-year starter who posted 41 tackles/2.5 tackles for loss/2 sacks as a senior after posting 52/5/1.5 the prior year.
Positive: Undersized college defensive lineman who gets the most from his skill. Plays with good pad level, gets leverage on opponents and keeps his feet driving up the field. Quickly changes direction, chases the action and stays with plays. Works his hands to protect himself.
Negative: Lacks great first-step quickness. Undersized and easily neutralized at the point of attack. Possesses just a short burst and cannot pursue the action out to the sidelines.
Analysis: Peters was a hardworking defensive lineman on the college level, but he lacks the physical skills to be anything other than a backup in the NFL. He could get consideration as a three-technique tackle if he improves his playing strength.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 295
40: 5.1
Year: 5Sr

Terrell Resonno

School: Missouri
Position: DE
Bio: Two-year starter who finished with 19 tackles/3.5 tackles for loss/2 sacks as a senior after posting junior totals of 35/4/2.
Positive: Quick, relatively athletic defensive lineman who makes plays outside the box. Fires off the snap with a good first step, keeps his pads low to the ground, tough to move off the point. Works his hands throughout the action, keeps his feet moving on contact and slides down the line of scrimmage in pursuit of the action. Flashes strength in his lower body and the ability to knock blockers off the line.
Negative: Lacks overall strength at the point and can be controlled by a single lineman. Marginal closing burst.
Analysis: Resonno possesses the size, speed and movement skills necessary to be used as a three-technique lineman.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 275
40: 5.01
Year: 5Sr

Brett Roy

School: Nevada
Position: DE
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior with totals of 66 tackles/10 sacks/21 tackles for loss. Junior numbers included 50/8/16.
Positive: Undersized yet explosive defensive line prospect who consistently makes plays behind the line of scrimmage. Fires off the snap with a terrific first step, quickly gets his hands up and fights with them throughout the action. Resilient, stays on his feet and works hard to make plays. Plays with terrific pad level, quickly changes direction and shows the ability to drop off the line of line of scrimmage and play in space. Fast up the field, immediately alters his angle of attack and strings plays out to the sidelines.
Negative: Easily controlled at the point of attack by a single blocker or knocked from his angle of attack. Struggles getting through the trash.
Analysis: Roy is a high-motor defender who gets the most from his ability, playing bigger and faster than his listed numbers. He's a situational defender at the next level who will make a roster based on his hustle rather than physical skills.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 285
40: 4.75
Year: 4Sr

Greg Scruggs

School: Louisville
Position: DE
Bio: Part-time starter the past two seasons. Senior totals included 19 tackles/6 tackles for loss/4 sacks after 14/5.5/2 the prior year.
Positive: Fluid, smooth defensive lineman with excellent movement skills. Plays with a good degree of quickness, keeps his pads low to the ground and easily changes direction. Keeps his feet moving up the field, displays the ability to get outside the box and makes plays laterally.
Negative: Lacks bulk and strength on the inside. Does not always play with a sense of urgency. Marginal speed off the edge as a pass rusher.
Analysis: Scruggs is a relatively athletic prospect with adequate size and growth potential. He displayed flashes the past three years yet has never put together a complete game. He offers a good amount of upside and can be a rotational lineman for a variety of defensive schemes if he elevates his game this summer.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 252
40: 4.75
Year: 4Sr

Jacquies Smith

School: Missouri
Position: DE
Bio: Two-year starter who also saw extensive action with the first team as a sophomore. All-conference selection the past two years. Senior totals included 39 tackles/9 tackles for loss/5 sacks after he had 35/10/5.5 as a junior.
Positive: Athletic defender with outstanding size/speed numbers. Fluid moving in all, quick off the edge and fast getting out to the sidelines in pursuit of the action. Displays a good burst, slides down the line nicely and quickly changes direction. Effectively uses his hands to protect himself, displays the ability to immediately alter his angle of attack and plays with good balance. Breaks down well and keeps his knees bent.
Negative: Easily turned from his angle of attack by a single blocker. Displays a lot of indecisiveness in his game and is marginally instinctive.
Analysis: Smith flashed skill the past three years yet never truly elevated his game to become as productive as many thought possible. He offers potential as a conventional defensive end or outside linebacker in a 3-4 alignment and comes with a good degree of upside. Must start to meet expectations to have a career in the NFL.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 255
40: 4.85
Year: 4Sr

Scott Smith

School: Texas Tech
Position: DE
Bio: Junior college transfer started seven games last season, totaling 37 tackles/9 tackles for loss/5.5 sacks. Played in four games as a junior and had 14/4/3.
Positive: Relatively athletic defensive end who has shown pass rushing skills the past two years. Intense, breaks down well and displays good quickness. Plays with good pad level, displays solid movement skills and has the ability to get off blocks using hand technique. Stays with the action and makes positive plays.
Negative: Possesses a thin build and easily controlled at the point of attack. Marginally productive on the college level with minimal experience against top competition.
Analysis: Smith has shown plenty of flash the past two seasons and is a hardworking, intelligent defensive prospect.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 262
40: 4.88
Year: 5Sr

Scott Solomon

School: Rice
Position: DE
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors after his senior and junior campaigns. Totals last year included 55 tackles/13.5 tackles for loss/8.5 sacks. Sat on the sidelines in 2010 with a foot injury. Production from 2009 included 63/10.5/6.5.
Positive: Productive, hardworking defensive lineman with a variety of skills. Plays with good balance and leverage and is tough to knock off his feet. Quick off the snap, immediately changes direction and displays the ability to make plays down the line of scrimmage in pursuit of the action. Effectively uses his hands, keeps his feet moving on contact and gets a lot of momentum going up the field. Chases the action hard and also effectively diagnoses plays. Displays a burst of speed in his game.
Negative: Struggles getting off blocks and gets handled at the point of attack. Cannot sustain his speed and possesses more of a short burst.
Analysis: Solomon was the playmaking defender that opponents could not stop in college. He'll be a situational lineman who can line up as a two-gap end, three-technique tackle or even across right tackle on occasion. He comes with a special teams mentality and could have a productive career as a backup in the NFL.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 240
40: 4.88
Year: 4Sr

Zary Stewart

School: Morgan State
Position: DE
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior with totals of 44 tackles/13 tackles for loss/6 sacks. Junior numbers included 40/8/2.
Positive: Solid small school defensive lineman who lacks great measurables for the next level. Works his hands throughout the action, keeps his feet moving up the field and nicely redirects to ballcarriers. Plays with good pad level, quickly changes direction and effectively makes plays in space. Immediately alters his angle of attack and displays the ability to get to the action with a quick first step.
Negative: Lacks bulk and strength at the point and gets handled by opponents. Marginal speed off the edge. Shows minimal explosion in his game.
Analysis: Stewart was a solid college player, but he lacks the size for defensive end at the next level and the speed to line up at outside linebacker. He offers possibilities as a pass rush specialist/special teams player yet must improve his playing strength.

Height: 6-6
Weight: 260
40: 4.59
Year: 4Sr

Taylor Thompson

School: SMU
Position: DE
Bio: Full-time starter the past three seasons after seeing action with the first team as a freshman. All-conference choice the past two years. Senior totals included 44 tackles/9.5 tackles for loss/8 sacks after he had 32/5.5/4.5 as a junior.
Positive: Tall, hardworking lineman who flashes skill. Plays with good pad level, immediately gets his hands up and effectively uses them to protect himself. Keeps his feet driving up the field on contact, fluid changing direction and displays the ability to get down the line of scrimmage. Occasionally used in space on zone blitzes and does a solid job. Smart football player.
Negative: Plays like an average athlete despite his workout numbers. Lacks great first-step quickness. Handled in one-on-one blocking situations.
Analysis: Thompson possesses the size/speed numbers to play at the next level, but he must improve his strength and elevate his game. He offers potential as a two-gap end and could also get consideration at tight end based on his athleticism.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 278
40: 4.93
Year: 4Sr

Roderick Tinsley

School: Georgia Southern
Position: DE
Bio: Two-year starter who posted 28 tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss as a senior after he had 55 tackles/15.5 tackles for loss/2 sacks the prior year.
Positive: Adequately sized defensive lineman coming off a disappointing season. Quick off the snap, displays a good head for the ball and has the ability to chase the action laterally. Effectively uses his hands to protect himself, keeps his feet moving on contact and is quick in all actions. Makes plays down the line of scrimmage and easily changes direction or alters his angle of attack.
Negative: First-move lineman who is easily blocked at the point of attack. Lacks bulk and strength and does not always play with good pad level.
Analysis: Tinsley offers solid size/speed numbers for the next level but is coming off a poor senior campaign, which has scouts questioning his next level potential. He needs to improve his playing strength yet offers enough skill to line up across right tackle as a rotational lineman.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 262
40: 4.85
Year: 4Sr

Frank Trotter

School: Memphis
Position: DE
Bio: Three-year starter who posted 61 tackles/13 tackles for loss/5 sacks and three pass breakups as a senior. Junior totals included 80 tackles with 16.5 tackles for loss.
Positive: Terrific college defensive lineman with poor size/speed numbers for the next level. Plays with good pad level, keeps his hands active throughout the action and fights hard to get off blocks. Displays toughness in his game, goes hard until the whistle blows and gives effort getting to the action. Quick off the snap, fluid changing direction and displays the ability to collapse laterally and chase the action.
Negative: Undersized and easily taken from the action by opposing blockers. Possesses a short burst of speed and not effective in pursuit.
Analysis: Trotter was very productive on the college level and got every ounce out of his ability. He lacks great size for defensive tackle and the pure speed needed to play defensive end, but he could find a home as a backup three-technique lineman if he shows his worth on special teams.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 273
40: 4.9
Year: 5Sr

Terrell Turner

School: Oregon
Position: DE
Bio: Two-year starter who finished with 49 tackles/5.5 sacks/9 tackles for loss as a senior after posting junior totals of 33/2.5/5.5.
Positive: Productive college lineman with marginal size/speed numbers for the next level. Looks athletic on the field, plays with good pad level and gets leverage on opponents. Immediately gets his hands into defenders, fluid changing direction and effectively makes plays in space when dropped off the line of scrimmage. Flows well to the action, displays good movement skills and chases the action in
Negative: Undersized and pushed off the line of scrimmage on running downs. Easily handled at the point of attack or engulfed by opponents. Average pursuit speed.
Analysis: Turner was a hardworking college defender, but he lacks great measurables for the NFL. He may be best standing up over tackle in a 34 alignment, but must perform on special teams to make a final roster.

Height: 6-1.5
Weight: 271
40: 4.76
Year: 5Sr

Courtney Upshaw

School: Alabama
Position: DE
Bio: Two-year starter awarded All-American and All-conference honors last season with totals of 45 tackles/17 tackles for loss/8.5 sacks. Junior numbers included 52/14.5/7.
Positive: Explosive college pass rusher with potential at a number of positions in the NFL. Breaks down well, bends his knees and plays with leverage. Works his hands throughout the action, strong and displays the ability to defeat blocks. Jolts opponents with a violent hand punch, displays solid movement skills and is fluid getting down the line of scrimmage. Quick out of a three-point stance, displays a variety of moves and rarely gets knocked off his feet. Immediately locates the action and displays good awareness. Easily alters his angle of attack, bends off the edge and possesses natural pass-rushing skills.
Negative: Does not show great speed in backside pursuit or the ability to chase ballcarriers down from behind. Struggles dropping off the line of scrimmage in coverage.
Analysis: Upshaw was one of the nation's most feared pass rushers the past two years, and he consistently made plays behind the line of scrimmage. While projected to outside linebacker by many, he may lack the pure speed and movement skills in reverse to consistently stand up over tackle at the next level. Upshaw may be best as a one-gap defensive end, as his game is more power than quickness and speed.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 280
40: 5.25
Year: 5Sr

Ryan Van Bergen

School: Michigan
Position: DE
Bio: Three-year starter who lined up at defensive end in Michigan's 34 system. Senior totals included 45 tackles/12.5 tackles for loss/5.5 sacks after he had 87/8.5/4 as a junior.
Positive: Hardworking defensive lineman who gets the most from his ability. Plays with good lean, keeps his feet moving on contact and works to get off blocks. Competitive, fluid changing direction and plays smart football. Displays the ability to get down the line to chase plays.
Negative: Possesses a short burst of speed that he cannot sustain. Gets out-positioned from the action by a single blocker or controlled at the point of attack.
Analysis: Van Bergen is an adequate athlete that possesses solid size and some growth potential. He offers the ability to be a reserve at a number of spots on the defensive line and has a special teams mentality.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 261
40: 4.76
Year: 3Jr

Olivier Vernon

School: Miami-Fl
Position: DE
Bio: Started three games as a junior and finished the season with 18 tackles/3.5 tackles for loss/1.5 sacks. Served a six-game suspension for accepting impermissible benefits. Started 11 games as a sophomore in 2010, posting career-best numbers of 39/10.5/6.
Positive: Undersized college defensive end who displays a lot of skill rushing the passer. Athletic, breaks down well and fast up the field or chasing the action laterally. Easily moves about the field, displays good hand technique protecting himself and effective if asked to play off the line of scrimmage. Easily changes direction or alters his angle of attack. Quick getting out to the sidelines in pursuit of the action. Possesses tremendous overall quickness.
Negative: Struggles getting off blocks and can be handled by tight ends. Not a strong wrap-up tackler. Adequate production in college yet never stood out.
Analysis: Vernon is an athletic prospect with the ability to be disruptive force behind the line of scrimmage while offering the skills necessary to play in space. He's a solid prospect who can play defensive end or outside linebacker in a 3-4, and he can be effective at the next level if given time to develop his game.

Updated 5/7
RankRndNamePosYear
11stJadeveon Clowney
South Carolina
DE3Jr
21stKhalil Mack
Buffalo
OLB5Sr
31stJake Matthews
Texas A&M
T4Sr
41stGreg Robinson
Auburn
T3So
51stSammy Watkins
Clemson
WR3Jr
61stMike Evans
Texas A&M
WR3So
71stAnthony Barr
UCLA
OLB4Sr
81stTaylor Lewan
Michigan
T5Sr
91stAaron Donald
Pittsburgh
DT4Sr
101stEric Ebron
North Carolina
TE4Jr
111stBlake Bortles
Central Florida
QB4Jr
121stZack Martin
Notre Dame
T5Sr
131stJustin Gilbert
Oklahoma State
CB4Sr
141stC.J. Mosley
Alabama
ILB4Sr
151stDarqueze Dennard
Michigan State
CB4Sr
161stKony Ealy
Missouri
DE4Jr
171stMarqise Lee
USC
WR3Jr
181stCalvin Pryor
Louisville
S3Jr
191stOdell Beckham Jr.
LSU
WR3Jr
201stRyan Shazier
Ohio State
OLB3Jr
211stHasean Clinton-Dix
Alabama
S3Jr
221stBrandin Cooks
Oregon State
WR3Jr
231stJason Verrett
TCU
CB4Sr
241stTeddy Bridgewater
Louisville
QB3Jr
251stLouis Nix
Notre Dame
DT4Jr