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2012 Guard Reports
Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 320
40: 5.23
Year: 5Sr

Levy Adcock

School: Oklahoma State
Position: G
Bio: Junior college transfer who started the past two seasons at left and right tackle. All-conference selection as a senior.
Positive: Nice-sized, small-area blocker who elevated his game the past two years. Sets with a wide base, works to bend his knees and gets after assignments. Stays square, plays with a nasty attitude and always looks for someone to hit. Makes good use of body positioning and seals defenders from the action.
Negative: Average blocking balance. Overextends into blocks. Lacks footwork sliding out off the edge. Struggles to finish blocks.
Analysis: Adcock is a prospect with limited upside, but gets the most from his ability. He's a marginal athlete yet is good enough to get consideration at guard in the NFL.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 306
40: 5.17
Year: 4Sr

Jeff Allen

School: Illinois
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter used at both left and right tackle. All-conference selection after his junior season.
Positive: Relatively athletic college tackle who stands out in pass protection. Sets with a wide base, stays square and is a terrific position blocker who keeps opponents in front of him. Quickly gets his hands up, keeps his feet moving and has better than average footwork and lateral range. Shows the ability to adjust, gets leverage on defenders and knocks them from their angle of attack. Works his hands throughout the action.
Negative: Not light on his feet or effective if asked to pull across the line of scrimmage and block in motion. Lacks dominant lower body strength.
Analysis: Allen was productive and durable on the college level. He is a serviceable prospect with the ability to line up at a number of positions on the offensive line and has starting potential in the NFL.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 310
40: 5.1
Year: 5Sr

Rodney Austin

School: Elon
Position: G
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons, winning all-conference honors as a junior.
Positive: Wide-bodied blocker who is effective in motion. Quickly sets up off the snap, bends his knees and easily adjusts to oncoming defenders. Jolts opponents at the point of attack, keeps his feet moving in pass protection and shows some explosiveness in his game. Moves well on his feet, covers a lot of area on the field and easily gets out to the second level or into the defensive backfield and removes opponents from plays. Leverage blocker who stays square and seals defenders from the action.
Negative: Lacks strength at the point of attack, does not play to his size and struggles finishing blocks. Indecisive and does not attack assignments.
Analysis: Coming into the season, Austin was highly rated by NFL scouts and considered a potential late-round choice. He never elevated his game last season and as a result will be on the outside looking in come draft day. Austin offers possibilities as a zone blocking guard or center yet must pick up the intensity of his game and consistently play at a high level.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 306
40: 5.34
Year: 5Sr

Don Barclay

School: West Virginia
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at left tackle awarded all-conference honors as a senior.
Positive: Patient college left tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Quickly sets up off the snap, keeps his head on a swivel and fights hard until whistle blows. Sets with a wide base, keeps his feet moving and blocks with good lean. Stays square, strong at the point and steers defenders from the action. Adequate footwork sliding out off the edge with the ability to adjust to pass rushers. Displays a good degree of quickness in his overall game.
Negative: Lacks a dominant base and does not get great movement run blocking. Overextends into blocks and occasionally ducks his head. Not a natural knee bender and plays a bit straight-legged.
Analysis: Barclay has been productive and durable on the college level and offers the frame and skill to be a backup guard in the NFL.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 302
40: 5.25
Year: 5Sr

Quinn Barham

School: Penn State
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter at left tackle.
Positive: Undersized college left tackle who projects to guard in a zone blocking system. Moves well on his feet, fluid if asked to pull across the line of scrimmage and displays skill blocking in motion. Quickly sets up in pass protection, sets with a wide base and bends his knees. Keeps his feet moving, slides well laterally and does a terrific job protecting the quarterback.
Negative: Marginal run blocker who rarely gets movement. Struggles to stays square and gets turned by defenders. Lacks dominant lower body strength.
Analysis: Barham was a solid college left tackle and is more athletic than his measurables would lend one to believe. He has the ability to develop into a backup at the next level and would be best in a zone blocking system.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 303
40: 5.38
Year: 4Sr

Kelvin Beachum

School: SMU
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter at left tackle awarded all-conference honors the past two seasons.
Positive: College left tackle who projects to guard or center at the next level. Terrific pass protector who keeps his feet moving, bends his knees and stays square. Patient, keeps defenders in front of him and displays footwork sliding out off the edge. Smart, remains aware of assignments and anchors at the point. Jolts defenders with good hand punch and gets after assignments. Solid position blocker who seals defenders from the action on running downs.
Negative: Not quick out to the second level blocking in motion. Lacks the dominant strength needed to finish blocks.
Analysis: Beachum was productive, durable and a consistent performer on the college level. He's a fundamentally sound lineman who offers potential as a backup at any of the three interior blocking positions.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 315
40: 5.25
Year: 4Sr

Cordell Bell

School: Minnesota State
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his junior season.
Positive: Strong, well-built college left tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Quick off the snap, plays heads-up football and attacks assignments. Sets with a wide base, stays square and is strong at the point of attack. Keeps his head on a swivel, quick out to the second level and shows the ability to hit a moving target. Better than average blocking range and footwork in pass protection with the ability to adjust to oncoming blitzers. Solid position blocker who turns defenders from the action.
Negative: Gets straight-legged in his blocking and does not always play with good leverage. Heavy-footed in motion.
Analysis: Bell possesses next-level size and enough skill to make an NFL roster. He's offers backup potential and may even be able to help out at tackle in a pinch.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 313
40: 5.19
Year: 4Sr

Tony Bergstrom

School: Utah
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter used at both left and right tackle. All-conference selection the past two years.
Positive: College tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Works to bend his knees, blocks with a wide base and stays square. Quickly gets his hands up, jolts defenders at the point of attack and keeps opponents away. Attacks assignments and works hard until the whistle blows. Makes good use of angles, keeps his feet moving and keeps his head on a swivel.
Negative: Not a natural knee bender. Late with his hands on occasion. Not a finisher.
Analysis: Bergstrom displayed steady development in his game the past three years and looked terrific during the Senior Bowl when placed inside at guard. He's a solid blocking prospect who could start at guard in the NFL and be a reserve at both tackle positions.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 295
40: 5.21
Year: 5Sr

George Bias

School: Stephen F. Austin
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors the past two seasons and named to several All-American teams as a senior. Primarily lined up at left tackle in college.
Positive: Well-built college tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Works to bend his knees, blocks with good lean and keeps his feet moving throughout the action. Explosive at the point, stays square and turns defenders from the action. Gets movement run blocking, jolts opponents with a punch of his hands and makes good use of body positioning. Displays good quickness in his game and solid skills blocking on the second level. Relatively agile with the ability to adjust and pick up blitzes.
Negative: Lacks top footwork sliding out off the edge. Narrow-based blocker. Must improve his playing balance.
Analysis: Bias was productive and durable on the small school level and has shown enough ability to get consideration in camp this summer.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 314
40: 5.25
Year: 5Sr

Will Blackwell

School: LSU
Position: G
Bio: Started 14 games last season at both left and right guard and was awarded all-conference honors. Sat on the sidelines in 2010 with a broken leg. Backup offensive lineman his first two years on the field at LSU.
Positive: Hardworking, small-area blocker who watched his game take off last season. Stays square, keeps defenders in front of him and is strong at the point of attack. Quickly gets into blocks, plays with a nasty attitude and works well with teammates. Better than average skills blocking in motion with the ability to redirect to linebackers then hit a moving target.
Negative: Lacks blocking balance, does not display top footwork in pass protection and lunges into opponents. Does too much grabbing and clutching at times. Gets tall in his blocking.
Analysis: Blackwell is a hardworking and ferocious offensive linemen but a limited athlete with marginal upside. He offers potential as an inexpensive backup who can line up at both guard positions.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 311
40: 5.17
Year: 4Sr

Philip Blake

School: Baylor
Position: G
Bio: Junior college transfer who started the past three seasons for Baylor at both center and right tackle. All-conference selection as a senior.
Positive: Wide-bodied offensive lineman who is effective blocking in motion. Stays square, keeps defenders in front of him and sets with a wide base. Displays good blocking vision, works his hands throughout the action and can adjust to defenders, then turn opponents from the action. Keeps his feet moving, quick out to the second level and gets a pad on linebackers to remove them from the play. Solid with shotgun snaps.
Negative: Despite his size, he E(TM)s not a dominant lineman who gets a lot of movement run blocking. Average footwork in space.
Analysis: Blake was durable and showed a lot of versatility in his game the past three seasons. He has the skills to develop into a starter at the next level and offers possibilities at both guard and center. Blake must improve his run blocking strength, but comes with upside.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 332
40: 5.3
Year: 5Sr

Brandon Brooks

School: Miami-Oh
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his sophomore season. Starter at both left tackle and guard for Miami.
Positive: Underrated blocker with the ability to line up at several positions on the offensive line. Sets with a wide base, bends his knees and possesses better than average movement skills. Plays with terrific quickness, keeps his feet moving throughout the action and displays power and strength. Stays square, keeps his feet moving and turns defenders off the line run blocking. Works well with teammates and plays with good awareness. Easily out-positions defenders from the action.
Negative: Lazy with his hands and at times late getting them into defenders. Does not block with the killer mentality. Must improve the consistency of his playing balance.
Analysis: Brooks has been a terrific college lineman since his freshman season, displaying a lot of skill and the versatility to adapt to several positions. He possesses NFL size and movement skills and is a made round prospect who could eventually develop into a starter at the next level.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 320
40: 5.5
Year: 5Sr

J.T. Brooks

School: SMU
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at right tackle.
Positive: Tough, efficient college tackle who is best in confined quarters. Strong at the point, stays square and keeps defenders from the action. Works to bend his knees, sets with a wide base and has better than average footwork sliding out in pass protection. Displays quickness in his game and flashes the ability to get out to the second level and block in motion. More athletic than his size/speed numbers would lend one to believe.
Negative: Displays stiffness in his game and struggles adjusting to defenders. Must do a better job extending his hands into defenders, as he tends to lean on opponents.
Analysis: Brooks is a serviceable prospect with the experience, size and intelligence to be a backup at guard in the NFL.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 309
40: 5.04
Year: 5Sr

Jaymes Brooks

School: Virginia Tech
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at right guard awarded all-conference honors the past two seasons.
Positive: Strong, wide-bodied blocker who displays skill in motion. Quickly gets into blocks, immediately gets his hands into defenders and gets movement run blocking. Stays square and easily controls defenders at the point of attack. Keeps his feet moving, displays solid quickness pulling across the line of scrimmage and can adjust to defenders on the second level. Moves relatively well on his feet. Keeps his head on a swivel. Can slide in space and help out the tackle in pass protection.
Negative: Does not start the play with good knee bend. Lazy with his hands and late getting them into defenders. Shows stiffness at the point of attack.
Analysis: Brooks was a solid lineman at Virginia Tech, but he never produced at the level scouts expected. He possesses the body type, strength and athleticism necessary to develop into a starter in the NFL yet must learn to do the little things well and play with proper technique on every down.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 306
40: 5.21
Year: 5Sr

James Brown

School: Troy
Position: G
Bio: Junior college transfer who's started the past three seasons at left tackle. Awarded all-conference honors after his junior and senior campaigns.
Positive: Terrific pass blocking college tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Sets with a wide base, bends his knees and blocks with leverage. Stays square, quickly gets his hands into defenders and works them throughout the action. Moves well on his feet and is relatively effective blocking in motion. Patient with blocking assignments, keeps his head on a swivel and picks up stunts or blitzes thrown by opponents. Works well with teammates. Plays with a nasty attitude, always looking for someone to hit and gets after assignments. Effectively uses angles in pass protection.
Negative: Overextends into blocks on occasion. Lacks great footwork off the edge.
Analysis: Brown is an underrated blocker with starting potential for the next level. He plays smart, tough football and has the body type to be used at guard for a variety of NFL blocking systems.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 305
40: 5.3
Year: 5Sr

Bridger Buche

School: Eastern Michigan
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who also saw limited action with the first team during his freshman season. Experienced at both left and right tackle.
Positive: Hardworking lineman who attacks assignments. Blocks with good lean, quickly gets his hands into defenders and moves well on his feet. Quick off the snap, jolts opponents at the point and plays with leverage.
Negative: Lacks blocking balance and on the ground too much. Struggles finishing blocks and falls off opponents.
Analysis: Buche is a wide-bodied blocker who takes up a lot of space but also moves well on his feet. He possesses enough skill to get an invite to camp this summer for a zone blocking team.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 292
40: 5.26
Year: 4Sr

Chandler Burden

School: Kentucky
Position: G
Bio: Former defensive end who moved to the offensive line as a junior and started the next two seasons.
Positive: Adequately sized college tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Quickly sets up off the snap, keeps his feet moving and immediately gets his hands into opponents. Makes good use of angles, stays square and seals defenders from the action. Fluid moving on his feet and works blocks until the whistle blows. Easily controls defenders once engaged at the point of attack.
Negative: Not a natural knee-bender and gets tall in his blocking. Lacks balance and struggles covering a large area.
Analysis: Since moving to the offensive line as a junior, Burden has shown continual improvement and flashed next-level ability. He offers good size and growth potential and is a developmental prospect who should be stashed on a practice squad.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 297
40: 5.25
Year: 4Sr

Chuck Burton

School: Montana
Position: G
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons. Began his career at guard before moving to tackle.
Positive: Nice-sized college tackle with the ability to line up at several positions. Keeps his head on a swivel, displays good awareness and works well with teammates. Stays square, fights with his hands throughout the action and steers defenders from the play. Displays blocking vision, plays with good lean and is strong at the point of attack. Controls defenders once engaged in a block.
Negative: Does not block with a nasty attitude. Not a natural knee one. Rumbles around the field and ineffective in motion.
Analysis: Burton was a solid blind side protector for Montana and possesses the size and growth potential to play at the next level. He must improve his fundamentals and pick up the intensity, but Burton could make a roster as an invaluable backup.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 300
40: 5.31
Year: 5Sr

Matt Cleveland

School: Idaho
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at left tackle awarded all-conference honors as a senior.
Positive: College tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Blocks with good lean, keeps his feet moving and anchors in pass protection. Stays square, makes good use of angles and effectively out-positions defenders from the play. Patient, works his hands and controls opponents at the point of attack. Keeps his head on a swivel. Possesses better than average footwork sliding out off the edge.
Negative: Must improve his blocking balance. Struggles to finish blocks. Rumbles around the field and is ineffective blocking in motion.
Analysis: Cleveland was durable and productive on the college level yet has marginal physical skills and limited upside for the NFL. His pass protection skills could help him catch on as a backup weak-side guard.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 297
40: 5.25
Year: 5Sr

Mason Cloy

School: Clemson
Position: G
Bio: Rotational player the past three years. Saw sporadic starting action as a junior. Academic All-ACC selection in the past.
Positive: One-time highly rated lineman who struggled to see the field as a senior. Quick off the snap, bends his knees and plays with leverage. Keeps his feet moving, fluid out to the second level and works blocks hard. Keeps his head on a swivel and remains alert throughout the action.
Negative: Lacks strength in his lower body and gets overrun by opponents. Struggles to adjust blocking in motion. Overextends into blocks.
Analysis: Cloy possesses the body type to be used at guard or center in the NFL and plays smart football yet must elevate every aspect of his game to get consideration for a practice squad.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 316
40: 5.12
Year: 5Sr

Grant Cook

School: Arkansas
Position: G
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons. Saw limited action with the first team during his freshman and sophomore campaigns.
Positive: Tough small-area blocker with terrific size/speed. Displays good quickness, blocks with a nasty attitude and stays square. Keeps defenders in front of him. Strong at the point, gets his hands into opponents and seals them from the action. Anchors in pass protection.
Negative: Marginal footwork sliding laterally. Gets tall in his blocking. Overextends or lunges into blocks.
Analysis: Cook passes the eyeball test, but displays a lot of stiffness in his game and cannot cover a large area on the field. He offers upside but must quickly put together a complete game for any chance of making an NFL roster.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 295
40: 5.3
Year: 5Sr

John Cornell

School: Illinois
Position: G
Bio: Full-time starter at guard as a senior after playing six games with the first team the prior year at both guard and tackle.
Positive: Well-sized small-area blocker who is strong at the point of attack. Works to bend his knees and block with leverage. Keeps his head on a swivel and stays square. Anchors at the point of attack or turns defenders off the line. Jolts opponents with good hand punch. Blocks with a nasty attitude and is always looking for someone to hit.
Negative: Not a natural knee bender. Lacks footwork in space. Ineffective in motion.
Analysis: Cornell has NFL size and a developing game, showing improvement over the past two years. He's a developmental prospect who could be an inexpensive utility lineman at the next level.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 297
40: 5.28
Year: 4Sr

John Cullen

School: Utah
Position: G
Bio: Junior college transfer who started the past two seasons at left tackle for Utah, winning all-conference honors as a senior.
Positive: Adequate small-area blocker with limited upside for the next level. Stays square, keeps defenders in front of him and jolts opponents at the point of attack. Patient in pass protection, plays with good quickness and works blocks until the whistle blows. Solid position blocker who seals defenders from the action.
Negative: Does not make good use blocking angles and gives away the edge to pass rushers. Lacks a dominant base, does not finish blocks and will be pushed off the line. Late getting his hands into defenders.
Analysis: Cullen has shown flashes of ability the past two seasons yet must elevate his game and improve his football strength to have a career at the next level.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 316
40: 5.32
Year: 4Jr

David DeCastro

School: Stanford
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors the past two years and named to numerous All-American teams as a junior.
Positive: Tough, nasty blocker with a complete game. Explosive off the snap, quickly gets into blocks and easily turns defenders from the line. Solid run blocker who opens up big lanes for the ballcarrier and works hard until the whistle blows. Bends his knees, plays with leverage and keeps his feet moving. Gets his hands up into opponents and keeps them active throughout the action. Violently punches defenders at the point of attack. Flashes the ability to quickly pull across the line of scrimmage, gets positioning on linebackers blocking in motion and seals them from the action. Stays square and keeps the defender in front of him.
Negative: Mechanical sliding his feet in pass protection and lacks top lateral range. Shows stiffness in his game on occasion.
Analysis: DeCastro has been a terrific lineman at Stamford the past three years and is a dominant run blocker who also handles the opposition in pass protection. He has a lot of upside and should break into a starting lineup early into his NFL career and stay there for years to come.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 313
40: 5.23
Year: 5Sr

Blake DeChristopher

School: Virginia Tech
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors the past two seasons. Recipient of the 2011 ACC Jacobs Blocking Trophy, awarded to the top offensive lineman in the conference.
Positive: Top college tackle with marginal upside for the next level. Quickly sets in pass protection, keeps his head on a swivel and displays good awareness. Sets with a wide base, bends his knees and stays square. Keeps his feet moving throughout the action and gets movement run blocking. Quickly gets out to the second level and removes linebackers from the action.
Negative: Struggles handling athletic opponents. Lacks footwork in space. Off-balance in pass protection.
Analysis: DeChristopher was a stalwart for Virginia Tech at the right tackle spot but is probably better off at guard in the NFL. He does not possess great upside yet has a feel for the position and understanding of the game, which could help him catch on as an inexpensive utility blocker.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 308
40: 5.44
Year: 5Sr

Derek Dennis

School: Temple
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter experienced at every position on the offensive line except center.
Positive: Underrated blocking prospect who plays with a nasty attitude. Keeps his head on a swivel and always looks for someone to hit. Strong, stays square and turns defenders from the action, sealing them from plays. Effective blocking in motion, jolts opponents at the point of attack and keeps his feet moving on contact. Displays good overall quickness and works well with teammates.
Negative: Lacks top footwork in pass protection. Shows stiffness in his upper body. Struggles finishing blocks.
Analysis: Dennis is an underrated offensive line prospect who has been productive, durable and versatile on the college level. He possesses the size and skill to start in a zone blocking scheme and is one of the hidden gems on the offensive line in this year's draft.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 298
40: 5.4
Year: 5Sr

Taylor Dever

School: Notre Dame
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter at right tackle.
Positive: Tough small-area blocker with a nice feel for the position. Plays with good knee bend, makes effective use of blocking angles and stays square. Keeps the opponent in front of him, works his hands throughout the action and does enough to get a pad on defenders, knocking them from their angle of attack. Blocks with leverage, keeps his feet moving throughout the action and displays good blocking vision. Correctly places his hands into defenders and steers them from the action.
Negative: Lacks overall footwork and lateral blocking range. Struggles handling pass rushers and susceptible to inside moves. Overextends into blocks on occasion.
Analysis: Dever is a nice-sized lineman with growth potential who will get consideration at right tackle or inside at offensive guard. Best in a small area, he could be a solid rotational lineman in a ball control offense.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 287
40: 5.3
Year: 5Sr

Tommie Draheim

School: San Diego State
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who spent most of his career at left tackle. All-conference selection as a senior.
Positive: Hardworking college lineman with limited athleticism and marginal upside for the next level. Displays good awareness, keeps his head on a swivel and works well with teammates. Stays square, makes good use of angles and keeps defenders in front of him. Quick out to the second level and works his hands throughout the action.
Negative: Stiff, not a natural knee bender and lacks the footwork necessary for the left tackle position. Overextends into blocks and lacks balance.
Analysis: Draheim was effective for San Diego State yet lacks the physical skills to be anything other than a marginal backup in the NFL.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 319
40: 5.24
Year: 4Sr

Terence Edge

School: Alabama-Birmingham
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter used at both guard and right tackle.
Positive: Leverage lineman who is best in a small area. Blocks with good lean, quickly gets his hands into defenders and keeps his head on a swivel. Stays square, strong at the point and turns opponents from the action. Displays good overall quickness.
Negative: Lacks balance, body control and haphazard in his movements. Marginally effective blocking in motion and struggles finishing off linebackers on the second level. Lacks footwork and blocking range.
Analysis: Edge possesses good size and has flashed next-level skill at guard. He needs to fine-tune his game and learn to play to his size, but he is worth consideration on a practice squad.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 320
40: 5.3
Year: 5Sr

Lonnie Edwards

School: Texas Tech
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at left guard awarded all-conference honors as a junior.
Positive: Strong small-area blocker who displays good quickness. Blocks with good lean, works to get leverage on opponents and keeps his hands active throughout the play. Immediately gets into blocks, stays square and is a solid position lineman who seals defenders from the action. Anchors in pass protection and has a strong, thick build.
Negative: Haphazard in his movement and plays off balance. Lacks footwork in space.
Analysis: Edwards has good size and power and is a solid run blocker who best fits a ball-control offense.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 330
40: 5.27
Year: 6Sr

Sioeli Fakalata

School: New Mexico State
Position: G
Bio: Former defensive lineman who moved to guard as a junior then started the next two seasons. Missed the 2010 campaign with a leg injury and the 2008 season with a shoulder injury.
Positive: Thick, well-built offensive lineman who plays with a nasty attitude. Quickly gets into blocks, explosive at the point of attack and works assignments hard. Jolts defenders with violent hand punch. Easily controls opponents once engaged in a block. Gets movement run blocking, anchors in pass protection and always looking for someone to hit.
Negative: Lacks footwork, lateral agility and blocking range. Rumbles around the field and marginally effective in motion.
Analysis: Fakalata is a well-built prospect who showed signs of development on the offensive line before having his career disrupted by injuries. If fully healthy, he possesses the size and strength to be stashed on a practice squad and developed for the future.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 293
40: 5.3
Year: 5Sr

Joe Flading

School: Ohio
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors after his junior and senior seasons.
Positive: Hardworking college left tackle who projects to guard at the next level. Blocks with good lean, keeps his feet moving and can slide in pass protection. Plays with leverage, stays square and is a solid position blocker who seals defenders from the action. Makes good use of angles, quick in all his actions and fights hard until the whistle blows. Moves relatively well on his feet, quick out to the second level and can redirect or adjust to linebackers. Immediately sets up in pass protection and jolts opponents at the point of attack, knocking them from their pass rush angle.
Negative: Lacks a dominant base and tends to fall off blocks. Possesses average size for any position on the offensive line. May not have the foot speed to be a pure pulling guard in the NFL.
Analysis: Flading was productive and durable on the college level and displays solid knowledge of the position. He projects as a backup zone blocking lineman at the next level.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 305
40: 5.26
Year: 4Sr

Manase Foketi

School: Kansas State
Position: G
Bio: Junior college transfer who moved into the starting lineup at Kansas State. Started the first two games of his senior season before suffering a season-ending leg injury.
Positive: Nice-sized college tackle who was highly rated before his injury. Works to stays square, keeps the defender in front of him and blocks with a wide base. Keeps his feet moving throughout the action and displays better than average skills blocking in motion. Strong at the point and works to finish off opponents.
Negative: Played left tackle at Kansas State yet lacks the footwork and agility to stay there in the NFL. Still rough around the edges in many aspects of his game.
Analysis: After Foketi E(TM)s terrific junior season, much was expected of before a leg injury ended his campaign. He has size and growth potential and could be a developmental right tackle.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 304
40: 5.36
Year: 4Sr

Brian Folkerts

School: Washburn
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at both tackle positions. Awarded all-conference honors since his sophomore season.
Positive: Nice-sized college tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Quick off the snap, explosive at the point and keeps his feet moving throughout the action. Sets with a wide base, works to stays square and blocks with a nasty attitude. Controls defenders at the point of attack, seals them from the action and keeps his head on a swivel. Anchors in pass protection and works his hands throughout the play.
Negative: Lacks footwork and lateral blocking range. Struggles blocking in motion and is best in a small area.
Analysis: Folkerts was productive and durable on the college level and offers size as well as growth potential for the NFL. He's a versatile blocker who could find a home as an inexpensive backup.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 312
40: 5.32
Year: 5Sr

Joel Foreman

School: Michigan State
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference and All-American honors the past two seasons. All-Academic selection since his freshman season.
Positive: Tough small-area blocker with limited upside. Possesses good size, stays square and seals defenders from the action. Nasty, aggressively attacks assignments and is strong enough to turn defenders from the action or knock them from the play. Quickly gets his hands into opponents and blocks with good lean.
Negative: Narrow-based blocker who lacks agility and struggles to adjust. Not a natural knee bender. Lacks footwork in space. On the ground too much.
Analysis: Foreman was productive and durable at Michigan State and was a terrific college lineman. He's a marginal athlete, but his understanding of the game could help him catch on as an inexpensive utility blocker.

Height: 6-7
Weight: 307
40: 5.3
Year: 4Sr

Art Forst

School: Rutgers
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior. Experienced at both guard positions as well as right tackle. All-Academic performer.
Positive: Underrated college blocker who gets the most from his ability. Stays square, anchors in pass protection or seals defenders from the action. Quickly gets his hands up, keeps his feet moving and effective blocking for the run. Stays with the action until the whistle blows.
Negative: Lacks footwork in space and is better in a small area. Slow and ineffective if asked to block in motion. Marginal blocking balance.
Analysis: Forst is a limited athlete yet a very good football player who gets results on the field. He's a free agent prospect who can be kept on a roster as an inexpensive utility lineman with the ability to fill in a variety of spots.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 311
40: 5.25
Year: 5Sr

Jake Gdowski

School: Colorado State
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter at weak-side guard.
Positive: Tough small-area blocker with limited upside. Plays with a nasty attitude, gets after assignments and works until the whistle blows. Stays square, keeps the defender in front of him and gets a pad on opponents to knock them from their angle of attack. Strong, displays good hand punch and controls opponents once engaged at the point of attack.
Negative: Displays stiffness in his game and struggles to adjust. Lumbers about the field, struggles in motion and lacks blocking balance.
Analysis: Gdowski is a hardworking lineman but a limited athlete who will only be able to be a backup in specific schemes at the next level.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 293
40: 4.9
Year: 5Sr

Adam Gettis

School: Iowa
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at both left and right guard. All-conference selection as a senior. Struggled with injuries as a junior and started just two games.
Positive: Explosive pass blocking college lineman with adequate size and growth potential. Sets with a wide base, bends his knees and keeps his feet moving. Patient in pass protection, stays square and blocks with leverage. Fights hard throughout the action. Displays good footwork and the ability to slide laterally. Possesses great quickness in his game and is a solid position blocker who seals defenders from the action.
Negative: Lacks a dominant base and gets minimal movement run blocking. Marginally effective in motion despite his computer numbers.
Analysis: Gettis has flown under the radar in the scouting community yet is a legitimate next-level talent who has a chance to be a reserve interior lineman.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 345
40: 5.08
Year: 4Sr

Cordy Glenn

School: Georgia
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter who has lined up at left tackle and both guard positions. All-conference selection the past two years and named to several All-American teams as a senior.
Positive: Large, athletic blocker who is skyrocketing up draft boards. Stout lineman who easily anchors at the point of attack in pass protection or drives defenders off the line on running downs. Stays with the action, keeps his feet moving and immediately gets his hands into opponents. Works hard throughout the play, displays good awareness and plays through the whistle. Makes good use of angles, displays solid lateral blocking range and effectively stays square to keep the defender in front of him. Solid position blocker who seals defenders from the action. Quick out to the second level and flashes skill in motion.
Negative: Improved his pass blocking skills as a senior, but lacks the natural footwork necessary to stay at left tackle. Overextends and lunges into blocks on occasion. Not a natural knee-bender.
Analysis: Glenn has been productive, reliable and durable for Georgia and has a lot of upside. He possesses the size and skill to line up at a variety of offensive line positions and offers immediate starting potential. Projected to tackle by some, Glenn may be a natural fit at guard.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 292
40: 5.34
Year: 5Sr

Andrew Gonnella

School: Maryland
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who lined up primarily at right guard. Suffered a compound fracture in his leg during the fifth game of the 2011 season.
Positive: Tough small-area blocker with marginal upside. Plays with good lean, keeps his feet moving throughout the action and fights hard until the whistle blows. Shows strength in his lower body with the ability to anchor in pass protection. Works blocks hard and plays with a tough-guy attitude. Displays good vision and works to stays square, keeping defenders in front of him.
Negative: Not light on his feet and lumbers around the field if asked to block in motion. Narrow-based blocker and not a natural knee bender. Gets marginal movement run blocking.
Analysis: Gonnella is a hardworking college prospect with adequate size and growth potential for the next level. He has the potential to be a backup at both guard positions yet must prove he E(TM)s healthy after the gruesome leg injury he suffered last season.

Height: 6-6.5
Weight: 340
40: 5.3
Year: 4Sr

Robert Griffin

School: Baylor
Position: G
Bio: Junior college transfer started the past two seasons at tackle. Earned all-conference honors last year.
Positive: Massive lineman is strong at the point of attack. Stays square, keeps his feet moving and easily turns defenders off the line. Displays good blocking vision and works well with linemates. Large enough to engulf opponents at the point of attack and easily controls them once engaged in a block. Plays with a nasty attitude.
Negative: Not a natural knee bender. Most effective in a small area and lacks quickness if asked to block on the move.
Analysis: Griffin has the size and strength to play in the NFL and could be a valuable backup for several blocking positions on the strong side.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 304
40: 5.52
Year: 5Sr

Harland Gunn

School: Miami-Fl
Position: G
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons after seeing action in five games with the first team as a sophomore. Experienced at both left and right guard.
Positive: Tough small-area blocker who is built low to the ground. Quick in his overall game, immediately gets his hands up and extends to keep defenders away. Sets with a wide base, stays square and seals defenders from the action. Keeps his head on a swivel and is always looking for someone to hit.
Negative: Marginal athlete who displays poor footwork in space and struggles to adjust to defenders. Ineffective blocking on the move. Must improve his blocking balance.
Analysis: Gunn is a wide-bodied college blocker with limited upside for the next level. He'll get consideration as an inexpensive backup in a ball control offense.

Height: 6-1
Weight: 300
40: 5.4
Year: 5Sr

DJ Hall

School: Texas State
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his freshman year and named All-American after his junior and senior campaigns.
Positive: Productive and durable lineman with the ability to be used at guard or center. Moves relatively well on his feet and shows the ability to pull across the line of scrimmage and block in motion. Possesses quickness in his all-around game, works to stays square and keeps opponents in front of him. Gets after assignments, works well with teammates and gives effort finishing blocks.
Negative: Gathers into blocks and tends to get tall as the play proceeds. Marginally explosive and gets minimal movement run blocking.
Analysis: Hall was a terrific small school player, but he possesses limited upside for the next level. The ability to be used in a zone blocking system where he can play either guard or center makes him worth stashing on a practice squad for future development.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 327
40: 5.3
Year: 5Sr

Michael Harris

School: UCLA
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who also saw extensive action with the first team as a freshman.
Positive: Nice-sized college tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Explodes off the snap, keeps his feet moving and makes good use of blocking angles. Keeps his head on a swivel and works well with teammates. Quick out to the second level and displays skill blocking in motion. Sets with a wide base and works to bend his knees.
Negative: Lacks footwork sliding out off the edge. Struggles handling speedy edge rushers. Not a dominant drive blocking lineman with a powerful base.
Analysis: Harris was durable and productive for UCLA, but he lacks the natural skill to be a factor at the next level. The ability to handle several blocking positions could help him catch on as an inexpensive utility lineman.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 327
40: 5.35
Year: 5Sr

Hayworth Hicks

School: Iowa State
Position: G
Bio: Junior college transfer was a full-time starter the past two years.
Positive: Strong run blocker who attacks assignments and plays with a nasty attitude. Explosive at the point, jolts opponents with good punch and easily controls them once engaged in a block. Turns defenders off the line, opening holes for the running game. Works well with linemates and is always looking for someone to hit.
Negative: Stiff and struggles to adjust. Haphazard in his movements and lacks overall blocking balance. Poor footwork in space.
Analysis: Hicks is a strong yet small area blocker with potential to be a backup in a power running game or ball control offense.

Height: 6-5
Weight: 300
40: 5.32
Year: 5Sr

Mark Huyge

School: Michigan
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who's been used at both left and right tackle as well as inside at guard.
Positive: Underrated blocker who is best in a small area. Quickly sets up in pass protection, keeps his feet moving throughout the action and works hard until the whistle blows. Strong at the point, turns defenders off the line and removes them from the action. Stays square and is a solid position blocker who seals opponents from the play. Sets with a wide base and keeps his head on a swivel.
Negative: Lacks lateral blocking range, not light on his feet and rumbles around the field. Ducks his head into blocks or overextends.
Analysis: Huyge has been quietly productive on the college level and is an underrated offensive lineman who can be an invaluable backup for a number of positions up front.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 292
40: 5.3
Year: 5Sr

Chris Jacobson

School: Pittsburgh
Position: G
Bio: Moved into the starting lineup as a junior. Played in five games as a senior before being sidelined the rest of the year with a knee injury.
Positive: Tough as nails blocker who attacks assignments. Quick off the snap, displays the ability to pull across the line of scrimmage and shows skill blocking in motion. Effective with his hands, jolts opponents with good punch and keeps defenders away. Blocks with a nasty attitude and goes hard until the whistle blows.
Negative: Narrow-based blocker who really does not bend his knees. Must improve the strength of his base and do a better job blocking with his legs.
Analysis: Things were looking up for Jacobson after a terrific junior campaign yet a knee injury last year slowed his development and removed him from middle-round consideration in the draft. He should get looks in a zone blocking scheme but must prove he is healthy this summer.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 313
40: 5.15
Year: 4Sr

Rishaw Johnson

School: Cal-Pa
Position: G
Bio: Mississippi transfer awarded all-conference honors as a senior. Dismissed from the Mississippi program after violating team rules, stemming from credit card fraud.
Positive: Large, thick offensive lineman who stands out run blocking. Strong at the point, drives defenders off the line of scrimmage and works to bury them. Stays square and anchors in pass protection. Keeps his head on a swivel and always looks for someone to hit. Better than average movement skills and blocks down well on opponents.
Negative: Must improve his balance. Bends at the waist or ducks his head and misses blocks. Struggled to break into the starting lineup on a consistent basis at Mississippi. Has several off the field issues which has raised red flags.
Analysis: After settling in with the California (Pa.) program and concentrating on football, Johnson watched his game takeoff last season. He's a terrific run blocker and a solid athlete with upside potential. He offers size and athleticism, and Johnson can contribute at the next level if he continues to focus on football and improve his game.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 307
40: 5.4
Year: 4Sr

Senio Kelemete

School: Washington
Position: G
Bio: Former defensive lineman who switched to left tackle as a junior and was awarded all-conference honors in 2011.
Positive: Athletic offensive line prospect who's developing a complete game. Bends his knees, blocks with a wide base and stays square. Quickly gets his hands into defenders, jolts opponents at the point of attack and moves well on his feet. Patient in pass protection and keeps his feet and hands active, sealing defenders from the action. Makes great use of body positioning and blocking angles.
Negative: Played tackle in college yet may be better off inside at guard in the NFL. Lacks top footwork in pass protection. Really does not finish blocks.
Analysis: Kelemete has shown terrific progress the past two seasons and is much more athletic than his size/speed numbers would lead one to believe. He offers potential in a zone blocking scheme and should be a versatile rotational lineman at the next level.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 276
40: 5
Year: 5Sr

Dan Knapp

School: Arizona State
Position: G
Bio: Former tight end who moved to tackle and became a full-time starter last season.
Positive: Solid run blocker who shows strength at the point of attack and effectively seals opponents from the action with good body positioning. Works to stays square, keeps the defender in front of him and blocks with good lean. Keeps his feet moving on contact and rides opponents from their angle of attack.
Negative: Not a natural knee bender and bends at the waist. Does not finish blocks. Played both tackle spots for Arizona State but may be better off inside at guard.
Analysis: Knapp displayed consistent improvement on the offensive line since switching from his former tight end position. He E(TM)s a developmental prospect who must improve his playing fundamentals.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 290
40: 5.3
Year: 5Sr

Addison Lawrence

School: Mississippi State
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at right tackle for Mississippi State.
Positive: Tough and durable college tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Consistently blocks with leverage, makes good use of body positioning and effectively seals defenders from the action. Quick off the snap, explosive at the point and patient in pass protection. Attacks assignments and goes after opponents. Solid run blocker who turns defenders from plays. Keeps his feet moving, gets his hands up and adjusts to oncoming blitzers.
Negative: Lacks top footwork in space and lateral blocking range. Has average size and athleticism.
Analysis: Lawrence is an underrated blocker who was a steady force on the Mississippi State offensive line since his sophomore campaign. He's a hidden gem who can effectively play the guard position in a ball control offense and is worthy of a late-round choice.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 315
40: 5.36
Year: 5Sr

Ronald Leary

School: Memphis
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior. Lined up at left tackle, right tackle and guard for Memphis.
Positive: Nice-sized lineman with the versatility to be used at several blocking positions. Bends his knees, stays square and makes good use of angles. Quickly sets up off the snap, displays excellent movement skills and smooth if asked to pull across the line of scrimmage and block in motion. Quick out to the second level and seals linebackers from the action. Keeps his feet moving throughout the play. Jolts defenders at the point of attack with good punch and really gets after assignments. Shows the ability to slide in space.
Negative: Gets lazy with his hands on occasion. Has average strength at the point of attack and is a marginal run blocker.
Analysis: Leary possesses next-level size and has been productive and durable on the college level. He'll offer potential for both offensive guard spots and would be attractive to a zone blocking system. He's a solid developmental prospect with a nice upside.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 312
40: 5.31
Year: 5Sr

Josh LeRibus

School: SMU
Position: G
Bio: Broke into the starting lineup as a sophomore in 2009. Academically ineligible during the 2010 campaign.
Positive: Tough, explosive blocker who's effective in motion. Gets his hands into defenders, keeps his feet moving and turns opponents off the line. Displays solid overall body strength, plays with good quickness and keeps his head on a swivel. Recognizes stunts or twists thrown by opponents and plays with awareness. Anchors at the point of attack and does not give up an inch to defenders. Fluid moving across the line of scrimmage, quick out to the second level and out-positions linebackers from the action.
Negative: Occasionally late getting his hands into defenders. Lacks classic height for an interior blocker.
Analysis: LeRibus returned to form in 2011 and made scouts take notice with his exceptional play. He's a solid prospect with the ability to line up for a number of offensive systems in the NFL and could eventually develop into a starter.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 309
40: 5.03
Year: 4Sr

Joe Looney

School: Wake Forest
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior. Tore a ligament in his foot during the Senior Bowl, and required surgery.
Positive: Relatively athletic offensive lineman with the versatility to be used in a number of blocking schemes. Moves well on his feet, displays solid footwork in space and shows the ability to adjust to defenders. Keeps his head on a swivel, shows good awareness and is patient. Stays square, keeping the defender in front of him, anchors in pass protection and seals defenders from the action. Immediately gets out to the second level, redirecting to linebackers and removing them from the action.
Negative: Late setting his hands and does not correctly place them into defenders. Strong but not a dominant run blocker. Recent foot injury will set him back.
Analysis: Looney was a terrific college blocker and possesses the talent and measurables necessary to develop into a starter at the next level. He'll be downgraded due to the recent injury, but he offers good upside for a team that will patiently develop his skills.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 312
40: 5.25
Year: 5Sr

Paul Madsen

School: Colorado State
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior. Served a two-year Mormon mission after graduating from high school in 2004 and is now 26 years old.
Positive: Well-sized college tackle likely to move to guard at the next level. Displays good quickness, moves well on his feet and shows the ability to adjust or redirect to linebackers in motion. Bends his knees, blocks with leverage and displays better than average footwork off the edge. Makes good use of angles, works his hands throughout the action and keep defenders away.
Negative: Lacks a dominant base and gets walked back into the quarterback. Struggles finishing blocks.
Analysis: Madsen has been a solid lineman the past two years and possesses the body type and athleticism to get consideration in a zone blocking scheme.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 298
40: 5.25
Year: 5Sr

Mike Marcisz

School: Arizona State
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter at guard. All-academic performer in the past.
Positive: Smart, well-sized blocker best in a small area. Stays square, gets his hands into defenders and plays with a nasty attitude.
Negative: Not a natural knee bender. Stiff and struggles to finish blocks. Displays poor footwork in space and has limited lateral range.
Analysis: Marcisz is a limited athlete, but he E(TM)s a big prospect with a good understanding of the game.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 329
40: 5.5
Year: 4Sr

Antoine McClain

School: Clemson
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter at Clemson.
Positive: Powerful small-area blocker who controls defenders at the point of attack. Quickly sets up off the snap, blocks with good lean and jolts opponents with good hand punch. Powerful, turns defenders off the point and gets movement run blocking. Keeps his feet moving throughout the action and works well with linemates. Anchors in pass protection and does not give up an inch of room.
Negative: Gets tall as the play proceeds and doesn E(TM)t block with leverage. Stiff and struggles blocking in motion. Slow if asked to pull across the line of scrimmage. Comes with poor work ethic.
Analysis: McClain is a marginal athlete who has a nice combination of size, power and run-blocking skill. He possesses enough tools to be a starter in a ball control offense if he's willing to work hard and take his game to the next level.

Height: 6-7.5
Weight: 321
40: 5.18
Year: 5Sr

Ryan Miller

School: Colorado
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter who lined up at both guard and right tackle.
Positive: Big, strong offensive lineman who's watched his game fall on hard times recently. Displays a good degree of quickness, works to stays square and keeps the defender in front of him. Jolts defenders with good hand punch, keeps his feet moving throughout the action and displays solid strength at the initial point of attack. Controls opponents once engaged in a block, turns them off the line and shows skill as a run blocker. Fights hard throughout the action.
Negative: Best in a small area, lacks footwork in space and cannot slide laterally. Struggles handling quick or speedy opponents. Not a natural knee bender. Not light on his feet and rumbles about the field. Narrow-based blocker who lacks balance.
Analysis: Early in his Colorado career Miller looked like a future star as he consistently dominated opponents. He struggled the past two seasons and was out of place in Colorado's motion offense last year. Miller is worth the gamble of late-round choice based on his size and the skill he showed early in college.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 302
40: 5.32
Year: 5Sr

Al Netter

School: Northwestern
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter at left tackle. All-Academic performer the past four years.
Positive: Hardworking college tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Strong at the point, blocks with good lean and turns defenders off the line. Sets with a wide base, quickly gets into blocks and controls defenders at the point of attack. Keeps his head on a swivel and always looking for someone to hit. Stays square and jolts opponents with good hand punch.
Negative: Lacks footwork in space. Must improve his blocking balance. Has limited range sliding out off the edge. Average skills blocking in motion.
Analysis: Netter is a hardworking lineman who uses all of his assets to their maximum. He's a small-area blocker that could be used as a reserve in a power running offense.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 317
40: 5.36
Year: 4Sr

Lucas Nix

School: Pittsburgh
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who's been used at both tackle and guard for Pittsburgh.
Positive: Nice-sized lineman who shows a degree of athleticism and versatility in his game. Fires off the snap into blocks, stays square and anchors at the point. Quickly gets his hands into defenders and fights hard throughout the action. Moves relatively well on his feet. Keeps his head on a swivel and works well with linemates. Nasty and attacks assignments. Blocks with leverage, for the most part.
Negative: Lacks a dominant base. Must do a better job sinking his butt and bending his knees at the line of scrimmage. Struggled with a knee injury in the middle part of the 2011 season, which slowed his development.
Analysis: Nix was very productive the past three seasons and is a line prospect who offers size and growth potential. He could develop into a starter in the NFL or at the very least could be an inexpensive utility blocker for several positions on the offensive line.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 282
40: 5.3
Year: 5Sr

Greg Nosal

School: Virginia Tech
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter at left guard for Virginia Tech.
Positive: Adequately sized prospect with a variety of skills. Sets with a wide base, bends his knees and keeps his feet active throughout the play. Stays square and seals defenders from the action. Displays awareness and keeps his head on a swivel. Adjusts to defenders picking up the blitz and has better than average skills blocking in motion. Turns defenders off the ball when run blocking.
Negative: Gets tall as the play proceeds. Struggles when matched up against explosive linemen.
Analysis: Nosal showed a lot of improvement in his game the past two seasons and is a developmental prospect who should only get better as he physically matures.

Height: 6-6.5
Weight: 315
40: 5.35
Year: 5Sr

Tyrone Novikoff

School: Idaho
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter who lined up at both left and right tackle.
Positive: Big blocking prospect with marginal upside. Stays square, gets his hands into opponents and keeps defenders away. Gives effort until the whistle blows. Flashes quickness in his game.
Negative: Rumbles around the field, struggles to adjust and ineffective in motion. Gets tall in his blocking, which negates his size.
Analysis: Novikoff is a developmental offensive right tackle prospect who must improve his fundamentals and playing strength to have any chance of making an NFL roster.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 285
40: 5.2
Year: 5Sr

J.C. Oram

School: Weber State
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his freshman season and named to numerous All-American teams the past two years.
Positive: Tough position blocker who is best in a small area. Plays with a nasty attitude and is always looking for someone to hit. Stays square and turns defenders from the line. Stays with assignments, possesses solid body strength and controls opponents once engaged at the point. Keeps his head on a swivel and works well with teammates.
Negative: Heavy footed, lacks lateral blocking range and minimally effective blocking in motion. Gets tall in his blocking, loses leverage and struggles to hold the point.
Analysis: Oram was tremendously productive on the college level yet lacks the physical skills for the NFL. He could catch on as a team E(TM)s ninth offensive lineman if he excels on special teams.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 333
40: 5.25
Year: 5Sr

Kelechi Osemele

School: Iowa State
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who lined up primarily at left tackle for Iowa State. All-America and all-conference selection as a senior.
Positive: Large-bodied college left tackle better off on the right side or moved to guard. Solid pass protector, makes good use of blocking angles and correctly places his hands into opponents. Stays square and uses effective body positioning to seal opponents from the play. Keeps his feet moving throughout the action, jolts defenders with good punch and controls them at the point of attack. Patient and good at picking up stunts and blitzes.
Negative: Susceptible to inside moves by pass rushers and loses positioning in pass protection on occasion. Lacks quick, fluid footwork sliding out off the edge. Struggles with balance blocking on the move. Only effective a few yards from the line of scrimmage.
Analysis: Osemele was a terrific college blocker and offers the skill and body type to start in the NFL. We feel he's most natural at guard but will get consideration at the right tackle position. He should succeed as a starter in a system that reduces his area requirements.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 300
40: 5.21
Year: 4Sr

DeOn'tae Pannell

School: Penn State
Position: G
Bio: Full-time starter at guard as a senior after playing two games with the first team the prior season. Started at both guard and tackle as a sophomore.
Positive: Underrated college blocker with the versatility to be used at several positions. Keeps his head on a swivel, quick in all his actions and easily adjusts to oncoming defenders. Bends his knees, blocks with leverage and keeps his feet moving. Quick off the snap, immediately gets his hands into defenders and stays square. Can slide in space an also shows skill blocking in motion. Patient in pass protection, keeps his head on a swivel and seals defenders from the action.
Negative: Does not possess a dominant lower body or get much movement run blocking. Struggled holding down a starting job at Penn State.
Analysis: Pannell has been off the scouting radar screen for a while yet has a skill set and body type to be a backup at the next level.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 323
40: 5.6
Year: 5Sr

Anthony Parker

School: Western Michigan
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a sophomore.
Positive: Wide-bodied college left tackle who projects to guard at the next level. Quickly sets up off the snap, effectively works his hands throughout the action and stays square to keep opponents in front of him. Bends his knees, blocks with a wide base and makes good use of blocking angles. Shows the ability to adjust to blitzers and speed rushers. Has better than average lateral blocking range and is very effective in pass protection. Jolts opponents with good hand punch and turns them off the line of scrimmage.
Negative: Not light on his feet and ineffective blocking in motion. At times does too much clutching and grabbing of opponents. Gets pushed back off the line. Looks overweight.
Analysis: Parker had an up-and-down college career and never really elevated his game after a terrific sophomore season. He possesses the body type and movement skills to get looks as a guard yet he must quickly pick up the tempo of his play and properly condition himself.

Height: 6-6.5
Weight: 306
40: 5.3
Year: 4Sr

Austin Pasztor

School: Virginia
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter at guard for Virginia.
Positive: Large, powerful lineman who is best in a small area. Displays good quickness, attacks assignments and plays with a nasty attitude. Immediately gets his hands into defenders, jolts opponents with good punch and stays square. Turns defenders off the line and controls them once engaged in a block.
Negative: Stiff, not a natural knee bender and lacks great footwork in space. Struggles redirecting to defenders in motion and ineffective blocking on the move.
Analysis: Pasztor is a solid college lineman with the size and growth potential to play at the next level. He's a solid developmental prospect for a power running offense.

Height: 6-6.5
Weight: 309
40: 5.44
Year: 5Sr

Nick Pieschel

School: Central Florida
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter who played every position except center on the offensive line at Central Florida. All-conference selection as a senior.
Positive: Versatile blocker with next-level size. Hardworking lineman who gets after assignments and keeps his feet moving throughout the action. Quickly sets up in pass protection, remains patient and jolts opponents with good hand punch. Solid run blocker, stays square and controls defenders.
Negative: Lacks lateral blocking range and is better off in a small area. Shows stiffness in his game and is not a natural knee bender.
Analysis: Pieschel is a large lineman with a versatile game, yet a marginal athlete who possesses minimal upside for the next level. The ability to be used at several blocking positions could help him catch on as an inexpensive utility lineman.

Height: 6-7
Weight: 346
40: 5.3
Year: 4Sr

Ken Plue

School: Purdue
Position: G
Bio: Moved into the starting lineup at Purdue during his freshman season and stayed there the following two years. Struggled with issues both on and off the field in 2011, which eventually cost him the starting job.
Positive: Massive blocker who's displayed a lot of ability in the past. Strong, keeps his feet and hands active throughout the action and easily anchors at the point of attack. Plays with a good degree of quickness, drives opponents off the line when run blocking and gives effort. Better than average movement skills for a large lineman. Displays surprising ability pulling across the line of scrimmage or getting out front as a lead blocker.
Negative: Lacks agility, which hurts his ability to finish blocks. Lacks top footwork in space.
Analysis: Plue is a talented lineman who's been on our radar screen since his freshman season. He stands out on film due to his physical stature and ability to dominate the opposition. He has the potential to grow into a productive power blocking lineman if he gets his game back on track.

Height: 6-6.5
Weight: 299
40: 5.25
Year: 5Sr

Nathan Richman

School: Boston College
Position: G
Bio: Full-time starter during his sophomore and senior campaigns. Struggled with a back injury last year. Used at both guard and center in college.
Positive: Nice-sized offensive lineman who is best in a small area. Stays square, strong at the point and turns defenders off the line or controls them once engaged in a block. Jolts defenders with good hand punch and works blocks hard. Keeps his head on a swivel.
Negative: Lacks blocking balance. Not a natural knee bender. Ineffective blocking in motion.
Analysis: Richmond looked like a potential NFL prospect after his sophomore season yet has watched his game fall off the past two years. He possesses the size and growth potential to make a depth chart as a backup for a number of offensive line positions if he stays healthy and elevates his game.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 302
40: 5.27
Year: 4Sr

Trevor Robinson

School: Notre Dame
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who primarily served at right guard.
Positive: Explosive position blocker with adequate size and growth potential. Quickly gets into blocks, jolts defenders at the point of attack and stays square. Seals defenders from the action and strong enough to turn opponents off the line of scrimmage. Fights with his hands, keeps defenders in front of him and is always looking for someone to hit.
Negative: Lumbers around the field and is not effective blocking in motion. Does not play with much balance.
Analysis: Robinson has been a steady player for Notre Dame the past three seasons and has enough ability to be brought into camp this summer. He E(TM)s still pretty raw, but offers potential as a backup interior lineman.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 307
40: 5.28
Year: 5Sr

Jonathan Rush

School: Oklahoma State
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter at guard.
Positive: Nice-sized, small-area blocker with outstanding vision. Jolts defenders at the point of attack and effectively places his hands into opponents, working them throughout the action. Sees the blitz or picks up stunts thrown by opponents. Competitive and works hard until the whistle blows. Strong and does not give up an inch to opponents.
Negative: Bends at the waist and lacks balance. Ineffective in space and does not display top footwork. Struggles blocking in motion. Missed much of his senior season with a knee injury.
Analysis: Rush was a free-agent prospect heading into last season and started strong before being sidelined with a knee injury. He offers potential as an inexpensive utility blocker; must prove he's at full strength in camp this summer.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 304
40: 5.29
Year: 5Sr

Quentin Saulsberry

School: Mississippi State
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior. Lined up at both guard positions, center and right tackle for Mississippi State.
Positive: Explosive blocker effective in motion. Fires off the snap, jolts defenders at the point of attack and works hard until the whistle blows. Displays quickness in all his actions, works his hands throughout the play and shows skill blocking in motion. Immediately gets out to the second level, redirecting to linebackers and sealing opponents from the action. Gets leverage on defenders, stays square and blocks with good lean.
Negative: Narrow-based lineman who overextends into blocks. Gets minimal movement run blocking. Struggles finishing blocks.
Analysis: Saulsberry was a durable blocker who effectively handled multiple positions on the Mississippi State offensive line. He'd be best as a zone-blocking guard in a scheme that puts him in motion to make the most of his quickness and explosiveness.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 311
40: 5.33
Year: 5Sr

Amini Silatolu

School: Midwestern State
Position: G
Bio: Junior college transfer who started the past two seasons at left tackle and was awarded All-American and all-conference honors after each campaign.
Positive: Strong, well-built college tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Patient pass protector who keeps his feet moving throughout the action and shows power at the point of attack. Jolts defenders with violent hand punch, drives them off the line and seals them from the action. Works hard to get a pad on defenders to knock them from their angle of attack and always looking for someone to hit. Works well with line mates. Plays with good quickness, moves relatively well on his feet and makes good use of blocking angles. Flashes skill pulling across the line of scrimmage. Possesses a thick lower body.
Negative: Must improve and polish his mechanics. Not a natural knee bender and gets tall blocking. Lacks top footwork in pass protection. Shows stiffness in his game.
Analysis: Silatolu was highly rated coming into the season and did met or exceeded expectations in 2011. He offers starting potential at the next level and is a small school prospect who will only improve as he learns the NFL game.

Height: 6-6.5
Weight: 300
40: 5.2
Year: 5Sr

Aderious Simmons

School: Arizona State
Position: G
Bio: Junior college transfer who's been rotational starter the past two years.
Positive: Large, strong blocker with a lot of upside. Blocks with good lean, stays square and anchors in pass protection. Gets his hands into opponents and turns them off the line when run blocking. Shows the ability to adjust and knock pass rushers from their angle of attack with good punch. Displays good awareness and stays with the action. More athletic than his size/speed numbers would lead one to believe.
Negative: Lacks balance and skill in anything other than a small area. Struggles sliding out in space. Ineffective in motion. Struggled with an ankle injury last season.
Analysis: Simmons showed a lot of skill in 2010 but was unable to develop his game last year due to his ankle injury. He's a sleeper offensive line prospect who can be used at guard or potentially grow into a right tackle if given the opportunity to improve his game.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 304
40: 4.96
Year: 5Sr

Jason Slowey

School: Western Oregon
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his sophomore campaign and named to numerous All-American teams the past two years. Lined up at left tackle for Western Oregon.
Positive: Explosive and athletic small school tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Quick off the snap, jolts opponents at the point of attack and plays with a nasty attitude. Attacks assignments, goes after opponents and shows violence in his game. Keeps his head on a swivel, picks up stunts or blitzes and works well with teammates. Patient, displays good awareness and uses all his assets to their maximum. Incredibly quick, shows skill pulling across the line of scrimmage and relatively effective blocking in motion. Stays square and always works to get pad on defenders to knock them from their angle of attack. Solid overall body strength with the ability to overwhelm opponents.
Negative: Not a natural knee bender, gets tall in his blocking and does a lot of arm wrestling. Lacks footwork sliding out in pass protection. Inflexible, which adversely affects his ability to finish blocks.
Analysis: Slowey was a consistent player on the small school level and who consistently got positive results as a blocker the past three years. He must improve his fundamentals yet could be an invaluable backup at guard or possibly center in the NFL.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 321
40: 5.45
Year: 5Sr

David Smith

School: Clemson
Position: G
Bio: Full-time starter the past two seasons after seeing extensive action with the first team as a freshman.
Positive: Wide-bodied blocker who moves relatively well on his feet. Quickly sets up off the snap. Displays the ability to pull across the line of scrimmage and block in motion. Plays with good lean, pad level and stays square. Keeps his feet moving and keeps the defender in front of him. Explosive at the point of attack. Keeps his head on a swivel and works well with linemates.
Negative: Lacks dominant strength and the ability to finish blocks. Gets overwhelmed at the point of attack despite his size. Must improve his blocking balance.
Analysis: Smith has flashed skill the past two seasons and possesses the size and ability to play at the next level if he develops his game and learns the details of his position.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 302
40: 5.3
Year: 4Sr

David Snow

School: Texas
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior. Lined up at both guard spots and center for Texas.
Positive: Underrated utility blocker with a solid game. Blocks with good lean, works his hands throughout the action and keeps his feet moving. Plays low to the ground and fires off the snap into blocks.
Negative: Limited athlete and marginally effective blocking in motion. Gets minimal movement run blocking. Lacks fluid footwork in space.
Analysis: Snow has displayed a lot of skill the past two years and presented himself well during the week of practices at the Shrine Game. He possesses enough ability and versatility to make a roster as an inexpensive backup.

Height: 6-5.6
Weight: 315
40: 5.4
Year: 5Sr

Jeff Spikes

School: Kansas
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who's been used at tackle positions and right guard. Missed the 2010 season with a leg injury.
Positive: Strong run-blocking lineman who is best in a small area. Quick off the snap, blocks with good lean. Works his hands throughout the play and jolts opponents with good punch. Stays square and keeps opponents in front of him. Is always looking for someone to hit.
Negative: Lacks fluid footwork sliding out off the edge and overextends into blocks. Struggles to adjust, shows stiffness in his game. Does not make good use of angles in pass protection.
Analysis: Spikes has the body type and strength to play at the next level. He could play guard or tackle on the strong side, but must improve as a pass blocker.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 296
40: 5.3
Year: 4Sr

David Spurlock

School: Florida State
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter who missed time during his senior season with a knee injury.
Positive: Well-built, hardworking blocker who is best in a small area. Fires into blocks, stays square and plays with a nasty attitude. Attacks assignments, works well with teammates and keeps his hands active. Good initial strength at the point of attack.
Negative: Not a natural knee bender and lacks blocking balance. Struggles to adjust and is ineffective in motion.
Analysis: Spurlock was consistent on the college field but is a marginal athlete with minimal upside for the next level. He offers growth potential and has a slight chance to make it as an inexpensive backup on an NFL roster.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 320
40: 5.35
Year: 5Sr

Jay Teply

School: Northern Iowa
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior.
Positive: College left tackle who projects to guard in the NFL. Big-bodied lineman who stays square and works to keep the defender in front of him. Patient in pass protection, blocks with a wide base and gets his hands into defenders. Adequate footwork off the edge and displays the ability to knock speedy pass rushers from their angle of attack. For the most part bends his knees and displays better than average strength.
Negative: Lacks playing balance. Does not possess a dominant base and gets pushed back off the line. Marginal athlete.
Analysis: Teply possesses NFL size and displays next-level pass blocking skills. He lacks great upside yet is worth consideration on a practice squad.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 324
40: 5.45
Year: 4Sr

Andrew Tiller

School: Syracuse
Position: G
Bio: Junior college transfer who moved into the starting lineup as a senior.
Positive: Strong small-area blocker who improved last season. Stays square, extends his hands into defenders, and anchors in pass protection. Gets movement run blocking, explosive at the point, and works blocks hard.
Negative: Not a natural knee bender and plays stiff. Ineffective in motion.
Analysis: Tiller did a solid job after moving into the starting unit as a senior and has the size as well as upside potential to make a practice squad and potentially develop into an active roster player.

Height: 6-4.5
Weight: 289
40: 5.35
Year: 5Sr

Ryan Tillman

School: Marshall
Position: G
Bio: Four-year starter who E(TM)s lined up at both guard and left tackle.
Positive: Durable college blocker with limited upside for the next level. Sets with a wide base, works to bend his knees and keeps his feet moving throughout the action. Moves relatively well, keeps his head on a swivel and plays with good lean. Stays square, displaying the ability to turn defenders from the point of attack and jolt opponents with good hand punch.
Negative: Must improve his overall blocking balance and the use of his hands. Average strength at the point of attack.
Analysis: Tillman was a productive lineman since his freshman season and offers growth potential and solid movement skills. He could find a home in a zone blocking scheme but must improve most areas of his game.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 325
40: 5.54
Year: 5Sr

Johnnie Troutman

School: Penn State
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who saw most of his action at left guard.
Positive: Explosive lineman who displays skill blocking in motion. Moves well on his feet, quick pulling across the line of scrimmage and jolts opponents at the point of attack. Keeps his head on a swivel, works well with teammates and keeps his feet moving throughout the action. Blocks with good lean, gets his hands into defenders and attacks assignments. Strong and turns opponents off the line. Works to hit as many defenders as possible off a single snap. Anchors at the point and holds his ground in pass protection.
Negative: Not a natural knee bender. Struggles sliding in space. Looks poorly conditioned and in need of an NFL weight training program.
Analysis: Troutman was consistent and durable at Penn State and enters the NFL with a good degree of upside potential. He must improve his conditioning and consistently play with proper fundamentals but could develop into a starting lineman.

Height: 6-2.5
Weight: 330
40: 5.25
Year: 4Sr

Jeremiah Warren

School: South Florida
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior.
Positive: Thick, wide-bodied lineman who does not give up an inch at the point of attack. Quickly sets up off the snap, keeps his feet moving on contact and immediately gets his hands into defenders. Jolts opponents with good punch, keeps his head on a swivel and works blocks. Displays good overall quickness. Stays square, extends his hands and easily anchors at the point of attack, controlling opponents throughout the action. Turns defenders off the line run blocking.
Negative: Struggles blocking in motion and lacks balance the larger the area he's asked to cover. Average footwork in space.
Analysis: Warren is a stout run blocking lineman who is best in confined quarters. He has the skills necessary to be a reserve in a power running offense at the next level.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 350
40: 5.4
Year: 5Sr

Alex Washington

School: Mississippi
Position: G
Bio: Infrequent starter at left guard the past two years.
Positive: Massive blocker with the ability to overwhelm defenders. Plays with a good degree of quickness, gets his hands into opponents and easily seals defenders from the action. Strong and shows the ability to drive opponents off the line. Works well with teammates.
Negative: Bends at the waist and all too often catches defenders rather than trying to hit them. Looks overweight and poorly conditioned. Not a natural knee bender.
Analysis: Washington is a wide-bodied lineman who can be a dominant force run blocking. He possesses the size to play at the next level, but must dedicate himself to year-round conditioning and improve his overall game to have any chance of making a practice squad.

Height: 6-3
Weight: 320
40: 5.15
Year: 3Jr

Brandon Washington

School: Miami-Fl
Position: G
Bio: Two-year starter experienced at both left guard and left tackle. All-conference selection as a sophomore.
Positive: Well-sized blocker with a developing game. Sets with a wide base, stays square and chips defenders, knocking them from their angle of attack. Possesses a wide body and blocks down on defenders or engulfs them altogether. Quickly sets up in pass protection, flashes footwork off the edge and uses good body positioning to seal defenders from the action. Works his hands throughout the play and jolts opponents with good punch.
Negative: Not light on his feet and rumbles around the field. Must improve his use of blocking angles. Overextends and lunges into blocks.
Analysis: Washington is a big-bodied college left tackle who's better off at guard in the NFL. He possesses the size, strength and overall football skills to eventually develop into a starter but needs to become more technically sound.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 338
40: 5.28
Year: 5Sr

Kevious Watkins

School: South Carolina
Position: G
Bio: Junior college transfer who's started the past two years. All-conference selection as a senior. Lined up at both guard positions as well as left and right tackle.
Positive: Large, strong lineman who is best in a small area. Quickly sets up off the snap, immediately gets his hands into opponents and rides defenders from their angle of attack. Blocks with good lean, plays with a nasty attitude and flashes skill on the second level. Bends his knees and blocks with solid leverage.
Negative: Displays poor footwork and gets tall as the play proceeds. Lumbers about the field and is not light on his feet. Does not keep his feet active throughout the action.
Analysis: Watkins is a developing blocker with the versatility to be used at several positions on the offensive line. Better inside at guard, he could be a valuable backup with the potential to develop into a starter if he continues to improve his game.

Height: 6-3.5
Weight: 298
40: 5.21
Year: 5Sr

Austin Wuebbels

School: Missouri
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter who worked at both left and right guard. All-academic selection since his freshman season.
Positive: Strong, small-area blocker who struggles in anything other than confined quarters. Blocks with good lean. Stays square, blocks with a wide base. Solid run blocker who knocks defenders off the line or from their angle of attack. Plays with a nasty attitude and attacks assignments.
Negative: Late getting his hands up and must do a better job correctly placing them into defenders. Overextends into blocks. Lacks footwork in space, rumbles around the field and is ineffective in motion.
Analysis: Wuebbels is a powerful lineman but a marginal athlete with limited upside for the NFL. He offers potential as a backup lineman for a ball control, power running offense.

Height: 6-5.5
Weight: 303
40: 4.99
Year: 5Sr

Desmond Wynn

School: Rutgers
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter experienced at both guard positions. All-conference choice as a senior.
Positive: Well-sized, athletic blocker who's shown a lot of inconsistency on the college field. Quick in all aspects of the game, keeps his feet moving throughout the action and effective blocks in motion. Plays with leverage, gets underneath opponents and fundamentally sound. Immediately gets his hands into opponents, blocks with a nasty attitude and plays hard until the whistle blows. Keeps his head on a swivel and helps out linemates.
Negative: Lacks dominant lower body strength and does not get much movement run blocking. Overextends and lunges into blocks.
Analysis: Wynn is a solid prospect yet never really elevated his game the way scouts thought possible. He possesses the size and upside to eventually develop into a starter at the next level if he consistently plays to a high level.

Height: 6-4
Weight: 314
40: 5.34
Year: 4Sr

Kevin Zeitler

School: Wisconsin
Position: G
Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors after his junior and senior seasons. Named to several All-American teams in 2011.
Positive: Strong small-area blocker best in confined quarters. Sets with a wide base, works to bend his knees and keeps his head on a swivel. Displays good quickness, stays square and anchors in pass protection. Immediately gets his hands up, effectively places them into defenders and jolts opponents with good punch. Gets movement run blocking and turns defenders off the line. Plays with a nasty attitude and always looking for someone to hit.
Negative: Not a nifty or nimble lineman. Lacks footwork in space. Struggles if asked to pull across the line of scrimmage or block in motion.
Analysis: Zeitler possesses the size, strength and disposition to play at the next level. He lacks great upside but is a solid prospect with the ability to be used in a power running offense.

Updated 2/26
RankRndNamePosYear
11stJadeveon Clowney
South Carolina
DE3Jr
21stJake Matthews
Texas A&M
T4Sr
31stAnthony Barr
UCLA
OLB4Sr
41stKhalil Mack
Buffalo
OLB5Sr
51stBlake Bortles
Central Florida
QB4Jr
61stTeddy Bridgewater
Louisville
QB3Jr
71stGreg Robinson
Auburn
T3So
81stSammy Watkins
Clemson
WR3Jr
91stTaylor Lewan
Michigan
T5Sr
101stC.J. Mosley
Alabama
OLB4Sr
111stMike Evans
Texas A&M
WR3So
121stKony Ealy
Missouri
DE4Jr
131stMarqise Lee
USC
WR3Jr
141stLouis Nix
Notre Dame
DT4Jr
151stJace Amaro
Texas Tech
TE3Jr
161stAaron Donald
Pittsburgh
DT4Sr
171stJustin Gilbert
Oklahoma State
CB4Sr
181stEric Ebron
North Carolina
TE4Jr
191stDarqueze Dennard
Michigan State
CB4Sr
201stCyrus Kouandjio
Alabama
T3Jr
211stDerek Carr
Fresno State
QB5Sr
221-2Zack Martin
Notre Dame
T5Sr
231-2Ra'Shede Hageman
Minnesota
DT5Sr
241stJohnny Manziel
Texas A&M
QB3So
251-2Jason Verrett
TCU
CB4Sr