1.(19) Xavier Su'a Filo OG UCLA 6-4 307
He plays in a drive blocking system, but has the athleticism to fit in a zone-blocking scheme.
2.(18) Troy Niklas TE Notre Dame 6-6 270
He boasts an intriguing combination of size, athleticism, receiving ability and blocking ability to develop into a bona fide, balanced, No. 1 tight end.
3.(17) Carlos Hyde RB Ohio St. 6-0 230
A big, strong, powerful, NFL feature back who carried the Buckeyes' offense as a senior and proved he can be a workhorse.
4.(16) Christian Jones OLB Florida State 6-3 240
Fluid footwork and flawless hips when asked to turn with the WR in coverage. Knows how to use his length to his advantage. He flashes the strength to blow past blocks, but must be more consistent in its use.
5.(15) Bryan Stork OL Florida State 6-4 315
Good-sized, bump-and-steer blocker ideally suited for a zone-blocking, slide-protection scheme. Has played all three interior positions on the OL.
6.(14) Ross Cockrell CB Duke 6-0 191
Cockrell started all but one game in his Duke career and finished with 12 interceptions and a school-record 41 pass breakups. He was a two-time first-team All-ACC selection.
7.(19) Jeff Janis WR Saginaw Valley St. 6-3 219
Accelerates into routes quickly and can separate vertically and uncover underneath working short-to-intermediate zones. Terrific production -- carves up lesser competition and creates chunk plays. Good red-zone target. Exceptional work ethic. Outstanding football character.