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4.56 4.31 4.48 4.42 4.93 4.84 4.34 4.62

Player Notes
Most talented player to enter the draft since Michael Vick Impacts game in a variety of ways like Charles Woodson Vertical weapon; snags everything, jump ball ability Top edge rusher in the 2011 NFL Draft Elite big man who could excel as a 5 or 3 tech Most dominant interior lineman in the draft; character?’s Physical, explosive, and tough as nails Freak athlete who can really get after the QB

Tier  1-­‐  Top  2011  NFL  Draft  Prospects 1. Cam Newton QB Auburn 2. Patrick Peterson CB LSU 3. A.J. Green WR Georgia 4.   Von Miller OLB TAMU 5.   Marcell Dareus DT Alabama 6.   Nick Fairley DT Auburn 7. Julio Jones WR Alabama 8. Robert Quinn DE/OLB UNC Tier  2-­  Rounding  out  the  Top  10   9.   Cam Jordan DE Cal 10. Prince Amuka… CB Nebraska 11. J.J. Watt DE Wisconsin 12. Blaine Gabbert QB Missouri 13.   DaQuan Bowers DE Clemson Tier  3-­‐  Rounding  out  the  Top  18   14.   Aldon Smith DE/OLB Mizzou 15. Ryan Kerrigan DE/OLB Purdue 16. Jimmy Smith CB Colorado 17. Corey Liuget DT Illinois 17. D. Bowers DE Clemson 18. Derek Sherrod OT Miss. St. Tier  4-­‐  Mid  First  Round   19. Mark Ingram RB Alabama 20. Jake Locker QB Wash. 21. Mike Pouncey OG/C Florida 22. Tyron Smith OT USC 23.   Ryan Mallett QB Arkansas 24. Gabe Carimi OT Wisconsin Tier  5-­‐  Mid  to  Late  First  Round     25.   M. Wilkerson DE Temple 26. Marvin Austin DT UNC 27. Cam Heyward DE OSU 28.   A. Castonzo OT BC 29. Aaron Williams DB Texas Tier  6-­‐  Late  First  Round     30. Adrian Clayborn DE Iowa 31. Stephen Paea DT OSU 32.   Phil Taylor NT Baylor 33. Mikel LeShoure RB Illinois Tier  7-­‐  Early  Second  Round   34.   L. Hankerson WR Miami 35. Danny Watkins OG Baylor 36. Torrey Smith WR Maryland

4.74 4.38 4.81 4.61 4.84

Has ability to push the pocket, control LOS, and dominate Lockdown cornerback in man coverage; converted RB Massive 5 tech. Surprising physical attributes Gifted QB who has great tools and intangibles Sack and TFL machine; knee injury concerns

4.74 4.67 4.42 4.97 4.88 5.18

Explosive edge rusher; adds length and playmaking ability Non-stop motor, finishes plays, gets to the QB Top notch cover corner; character concerns? Dominating interior presence; best fit- 4-3 DT Once NFL ready offensive tackle knee injury?’s Most a top 5 pick; dealing with in this draft

4.62 4.50 5.12 4.95 5.37 5.18

Built for the NFL; the consensus #1 RB Elite tools, very accurate on rollout throws Twin brother was All-Pro as a rookie; versatile Very talented, high upside; knee swelling issues High football IQ, best pure passer in draft; drug rumors? Mauler mentality; likely a RT in the NFL

4.96 4.90 4.95 5.21 4.55

Ideal build for 3-4 5tech, has nose for the ball Explosive defensive tackle that would excel in 1 gap scheme Stout vs. run, holds POA very well Consistent player, +intangibles, +pass pro Big corner w/speed and range; may switch to free safety

4.78 4.98 5.09 4.56

Powerful edge rusher who can take over games; stamina?’s Monster strength- 49 reps of 225; solid 1 or 3 tech in any D The best pure NT in draft; swallows up blockers w/ sheer size Elite blend of power, explosiveness, and ballcarrier vision

4.40 5.36 4.41

Good size/speed combo, downfield threat, and TD machine Blue collar o-lineman prospect in the mold of Logan Mankins Highly productive speedster that can stretch the field

37. Kyle Rudolph TE ND 4.83 Could break into 1 round; #1 TE in 2011 draft 38. Brandon Harris CB Miami 4.46 Perfectly suited as a nickel backer; great backpedal and feet 39. Martez Wilson LB Illinois 4.49 Overcame neck injuries with great 2010 season; #1 ILB 40.   Christian Ponder QB Fla. St. 4.65 Highly intelligent QB who has great anticipation and accuracy 41. Akeem Ayers OLB UCLA 4.81 Very fluid linebacker that could fit in both 3-4 or 4-3 schemes Tier  8-­‐  Second  Round   42. C. Kaepernick QB Nevada 4.53 Highest velocity (59 MPH) of any QB in draft; superb talent 43. Nate Solder OT Colorado 4.96 Very raw lineman, excellent foot quicks; struggles to anchor 44.   Jabaal Sheard DE/OLB Pitt 4.69 Powerful edge rusher that utilizes good hands and leverage 45. Justin Houston DE/OLB Georgia 4.62 Physical specimen; solid edge rusher; failed drug test 46. Ryan Williams RB Va. Tech 4.59 Started right away as a freshman; capable of being a star RB 47.   Jon Baldwin WR Pitt 4.50 Tracks the deep ball very well; character concerns 48. Drake Nevis DT LSU 5.06 A bit undersized; Shows nice lateral movement, gets to QB 49. Titus Young WR Boise St. 4.43 Vertical threat, playmaker w/ ball in hands; attitude?’s 50. Andy Dalton QB TCU 4.82 Has that “it” factor; absolute winner, and underrated athlete 51. J. Todman RB UConn 4.40 All-purpose back; excellent feel & vision between the tackles Tier  9-­‐  Mid  Second  Round  to  Late  Second  Round   52. Christian Ballard DE/DT Iowa 4.80 Uses hands well, power rusher; failed drug test 53. Daniel Thomas RB KSU 4.62 Playmaker w/ the football; underrated pass catching skills 54. Rahim Moore FS UCLA 4.50 Ball hawk with sideline to sideline range; +ball skills 55. Davon House CB NMS 4.44 Great closing burst, good instincts; best as man cover corner 56. Rodney Hudson OG Fla. St. 5.31 Technician blocker- has great footwork and hand placement 57. Randall Cobb WR Kentucky 4.46 Do-it-all athlete; played RB, WR, & QB; absolute playmaker 58. Brooks Reed OLB Arizona 4.68 High motor guy that plays with effort and pure strength Tier  10-­‐  Late  Second  Round   59. Ras-I Dowling CB Virginia 4.40 Injuries derailed his sr. yr polished corner w/1 rd ability 60. Dontay Moch 34 OLB Nevada 4.40 Elite physical tools; speed rusher who explodes thru tackles 61. J. Carpenter OT Alabama 5.22 Kicks, slides, and bends with the best of them; instant starter 62. D. Murray RB OU 4.47 Touchdown machine; top RB in draft production-wise 63. Bruce Carter OLB UNC 4.46 ACL surgery over the offseason explosive game changer 64. Curtis Brown CB Texas 4.42 Very agile and wiry defender; flips hips fluidly; NFL speed 65. Kenrick Ellis DT Hampton 4.62 Mammoth interior DT; 2 best nose tackle in the draft 66. Ben Ijalana OT Villanova 5.20 FCS prospect that deserves to be in 1 round conversations Tier  11-­‐  Third  Round   67. Mason Foster 43 OLB Wash. 4.75 Best pure 4-3 outside backer in the draft; instinctive player 68. Brandon Burton CB Utah 4.50 A slower, more physical version of Terrance Newman 69.   Greg Little WR UNC 4.51 Superb hands, converted tailback, great in run after the catch 70. Marcus Cannon OT/OG TCU 5.26 Leonard Davis size, left tackle feet; RT or guard in NFL 71. Sam Acho OLB/DE Texas 4.68 High character guy; production didn’t match physical skillset 72. Nate Irving ILB NC State 4.77 Powerful hitter, disruptive player w/ good instincts 73. Jarvis Jenkins DT Clemson 5.03 Dynamic and athletic DT who solidified Clemson’s interior D 74. Marcus Gilchrist DB Clemson 4.45 The second of CB>FS projections; +range to cover sidelines 75. Colin Mccarthy ILB Miami 4.59 Plays w/ a lot of effort; chase and tackle linebacker 76. Pernell Mcphee DE Miss. St. 4.91 Best suited as 3-4 DE; flashes starter potential; -inconsistent 77. S. Wisniewski OG/C PSU 5.29 Father was 8 time Pro-Bowler; +versatility and high effort
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78. Edmund Gates 79. Jason Pinkston 80.   Allen Bailey 81. J. Jernigan 82. J. Rodgers 83. Clint Boling 84. Kendall Hunter 85. Rob Housler 86. Austin Pettis 87. Shane Vereen 88. Will Rackley 89. Chris Carter 90.   Tandon Doss 91. S. Wright 92. Quan Sturdivant 93. O. Franklin 94. Jurrell Casey 95. Taiwan Jones 96. Jordan Cameron 97. Quinton Carter 98. T. Tolliver 99. Delone Carter Tier  12-­‐  Fourth  Round   100. Ricky Stanzi 101. James Brewer 102. Tyler Sash 103. Marcus Gilbert 104. Kelvin Sheppard 105. Greg Salas 106. John Moffitt 107. Lee Ziemba 108. Tyrod Taylor 109. Johnny Patrick 110. Greg Romeus 111. Luke Stocker 112. Jalil Brown 113. Robert Sands 114. Ian Williams 115. D.J. Williams 116. Virgil Green 117. Roy Helu Jr. 118. Greg Jones 119. D. Mcdaniel 120. Niles Paul 121. Jerrell Powe 122. Chris Conte

WR OT DE WR RB OG RB TE WR RB OG DE/OLB WR CB ILB OT DT RB TE S WR RB

ACU Pitt Miami Troy OSU Georgia Ok. State FAU Boise St. Cal Lehigh Fresno St. Indiana USC UNC Miami USC EWU USC OU LSU Syracuse

4.31 5.39 4.71 4.46 4.64 5.28 4.46 4.46 4.56 4.49 5.39 4.58 4.56 4.41 4.63 5.11 5.04 4.35 4.53 4.57

Very talented, but raw in terms of football IQ & route running Fits mold of what the Colts look for in OT; zone blocker Physically imposing presence; what pos. does he play in NFL? Quick burst in and out of his routes; gains nice separation Smaller back w/ extreme suddenness, power, & elusiveness Played at LT, RT, and RG while at Georgia; 49 career starts Highly productive despite playing in pass happy offense Has size/speed, hands, burst, and instincts to excel in NFL Excellent route runner, good body control, and elite hands Highly elusive runner, great in pass pro and on pass downs +Balance & knee bend; versatility; long arms & mirrors well Raw athlete with a number of explosive pass rush moves Possesses some of best hands in draft; 2 groin surgeries Tough, physical corner; smooth backpedal, fluid athlete Instinctive player that feels flow well; tackle-machine 1st round ability, plays down to competition; long arms Nice first step and burst of LOS; High motor and strength Super quick and elusive out of the backfield; FCS prospect Former B-Ball player; impressive athlete w/ great ball skills Hard hitting safety; lacks elite instincts; takes bad angles

QB OT SS OT LB WR OG OT QB CB DE TE CB S DT TE/ H TE RB ILB SS WR NT FS

Iowa Indiana Iowa Florida LSU Hawaii Wisconsin Auburn Va. Tech Louisville Pitt Tenn. Colorado WVU ND Arkansas Nevada Nebraska Mich St. Tenn. Nebraska Ole Miss Cal

4.87 5.21 4.62 5.41 4.70 4.53 5.51 5.50 4.53 4.59 4.79 4.68 4.52 4.53 5.21 4.59 4.54

Sound fundamentals, good footwork & throwing mechanics Kick slides smoothly, quick feet; lacks aggressor mentality Ball hawk that always finds a way to make key plays Has size, length, and athletic ability to become an NFL starter Great open field tackler; respected leader and team captain Polished route runner w/ great feel and anticipation; +hands Drive blocking guard; plays w/ intensity; limited athleticism Also limited athletically; fits the bill as a starting RT in NFL Underrated ability at reading coverage; accurate and mobile Hands on corner; great while in press-man; +ball skills Knee & back injuries push a 1st rd player down to the 4th Has the body and skill set to develop into solid starter in NFL Good coverage skills in either a zone or man concept Straight line speed w/ nice ball skills; tight hipped as a FS Thick, squatty scrapper w/ high motor; outworks his man Won Mackey Award as nation’s top TE; undersized for NFL Impressive athlete to look at; soft hands and strong runner

One cut runner who has top end speed and breakaway ability

123. 124. 125.  

R. Carmichael D. Van Dyke Mark Herzlich

CB CB OLB

Va. Tech Miami BC

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