Here are the Top 100 Overall prospects. This is my opinion of players, and how good I think they’ll be in the NFL, but is NOT A MOCK DRAFT, and does not reflect where I think these players will be drafted. I just completed the Top 32 scouting reports/comparisons, and the Top 50 should be up soon, and finally the Top 100, within the next couple of weeks. If you just looked at my last Top 50 Scouting Reports, you might want to look at these again because I’ve changed a lot of stuff. Some player comparisons are stretches (either in a good or a bad way), but I want the common fan to know someone who plays a similar style of football, as that is who I mainly try to appeal to here. Hope you like this, and please leave any comments feedback!
1 Calvin Johnson*, WR/Georgia Tech (6’5” 239 4.35)
Positives: He’s a freak of nature type of athlete. His size/speed combo is ridiculous, and he also has a great set of hands. Makes some spectacular catches and can also run after the catch. Not afraid to go over the middle. He’s a high character guy and a hard worker.
Negatives: Makes some amazing catches, but occasionally drops some easy ones. Disappeared in some big games this year, but that was mainly because of Reggie Ball.
NFL Comparison: More athletic Larry Fitzgerald
2 Adrian Peterson*, RB/Oklahoma (6’2” 217 4.40)
Positives: He has a prototype combination of size and speed, and uses it well. Runs so hard and so fast, nobody wants to get in his way. He’s mainly a North-South runner but shows excellent quickness when he has to. He’s a hard worker and a team player.
Negatives: Durability is a big concern, as he only played one full, healthy year in college. Runs upright and is more susceptible to big hits. May have to change up his running style to stay on the field, and who knows how that would affect him. Hands are questionable.
NFL Comparison: Steven Jackson
3 Joe Thomas, OT/Wisconsin (6’7” 311 4.92)
Positives: Very big and very athletic. Great feet for a 6’7” tackle, blocks downfield like a TE. Great size and long arms, solid run blocker, but pass blocking is his main strength.
Negatives: Had a torn ACL at the end of last season, but looks fully recovered. Doesn’t have much of a mean streak, needs to be a better finisher. He could add overall strength.
NFL Comparison: Orlando Pace
4 JaMarcus Russell*, QB/LSU (6’6” 265 4.75*)
Positives: Huge, has one of the strongest arms I’ve ever seen. He’s very hard to bring down in the pocket. Potential is his biggest strength. He shows good touch on deep passes.
Negatives: He might be a little overweight. Many question his work ethic, leadership, and intelligence. Accuracy comes and goes, but when he’s on, he can’t be stopped.
NFL Comparison: Daunte Culpepper
5 Gaines Adams, DE/Clemson (6’5” 258 4.64)
Positives: Extremely quick edge rusher, has the frame to add more weight and play DE, but has the athleticism to play LB if that doesn’t work out. He was a very productive pass rusher at Clemson.
Negatives: His strength is a big question mark, and he did nothing to help that at the combine by deciding not to lift. Lacks ideal size to hold up vs. the run, can be pushed back pretty easily.
NFL Comparison: Jevon Kearse
6 Patrick Willis, MLB/Ole Miss (6’1” 242 4.51)
Positives: One of my favorite players in the draft, I’ve always had him much higher than most people. You won’t find many tougher guys. He has great instincts and athleticism. He works well through traffic, and rarely, if ever, misses tackles.
Negatives: He’s not real fluid in coverage, average ball skills. He might want to add some size/strength. Has had a few injuries, but played through most of them.
NFL Comparison: Ray Lewis
7 LaRon Landry, S/LSU (6’1” 213 4.35)
Positives: A top athlete, all around. Has great size, strength, speed, and explosiveness. He controls the middle of the field. Can cover WR’s, rush the passer, and support vs. the run, does it all.
Negatives: His ball skills could improve. He doesn’t have natural hands. Occasionally misses tackles while going for the big hit. Can’t be counted on to cover smaller, quicker WR’s.
NFL Comparison: A younger Rodney Harrison
8 Brady Quinn, QB/Notre Dame (6’4” 232 4.70*)
Positives: He has all the tools to be a top pocket quarterback. Strong arm gets good velocity and can make all the throws. Good leader, confident but not cocky, which is what you want in a quarterback.
Negatives: He never won big games at Notre Dame, but that had a lot to do with the lack of overall talent around him. Inconsistent, accuracy can be spotty at times.
NFL Comparison: David Carr’s skill set
9 Adam Carriker, DE/Nebraska (6’6” 296 4.90)
Positives: Amazing athlete for his size. Versatile, could play DE in a 3-4 or 4-3. Excels vs. the run and can rush the passer. Strong bull rusher, but can also edge rush when he wants to.
Negatives: Had a bit of a disappointing senior year. He has average straight line speed, but plays quicker. Lacks ideal burst and explosiveness, could improve set of pass rush moves.
NFL Comparison: Trevor Pryce
10 Ted Ginn Jr*, WR/Ohio St (5’11” 178 4.30*)
Positives: Has lights out speed, big time playmaker. Improved greatly over his career at OSU as a WR, has natural hands. Excellent kick returner could contribute on ST right away.
Negatives: His size and strength are the two biggest questions with him. He doesn’t like to go over the middle, still a little raw in terms of routes and blocking. Has amazing potential but would be a bit of a risk in the top 10.
NFL Comparison: Joey Galloway
11 Marshawn Lynch*, RB/Cal (5’11” 215 4.46)
Positives: Excellent quickness for his size, has a great set of moves and uses them well. Can catch out of the backfield, has ideal speed. Can run outside or inside with equal effectiveness.
Negatives: Has had some pretty serious concerns with the law recently, which brings up some character questions. Sometimes tries to do too much, and then ends up losing yards. Doesn’t have the greatest vision, could read his blocks a little better.
NFL Comparison: Edgerrin James
12 Amobi Okoye, DT/Louisville (6’2” 302 5.07)
Positives: He’s going to be a 20 year old rookie, so he has great potential. Productive pass rusher, gets excellent penetration thanks to his excellent burst off the line. Holds up well vs. the run, but can also make plays in the backfield. Very intelligent, hard worker, and a team leader.
Negatives: His stamina could definitely improve. Played in the Senior Bowl at 287 pounds, but put on 15 before the combine. Has a relatively weak lower body, still raw and could improve technique/leverage.
NFL Comparison: Bryant Young
13 Jamaal Anderson*, DE/Arkansas (6’5” 288 4.85*)
Positives: Already big, but has the frame to add even more weight. Good athlete for his size, very productive junior season. Very good pass rusher, can also hold up vs. the run.
Negatives: He’s only had one real year of playing time, not much experience. A little inconsistent, still raw, needs to improve technique. Not a “freak” athlete like Mario was.
NFL Comparison: Poor man’s Mario Williams
14 Alan Branch*, DT/Michigan (6’6” 324 5.07)
Positives: Massive run stuffer, demands double teams. Athletic for his size, has a ton of potential. Versatile, has played DT, NT, and DE over his career.
Negatives: Lacks ideal quickness has no real pass rush moves. Not in great shape, wears down late in games. Technique could use some work, has had weight issues before.
NFL Comparison: John Henderson
15 Levi Brown, OT/Penn St (6’6” 323 5.40)
Positives: Very big and strong, but has the quick feet to play LT. Excellent initial punch, explosive run blocker that gets a good push. Simply engulfs smaller ends and holds his ground against bigger, stronger ones.
Negatives: Stamina and work ethic have been a big issue for him. He has been known to take some plays off. Didn’t have a very impressive combine performance, running a 5.4, but 40 times really aren’t important for OL. Might have to play RT.
NFL Comparison: Chris Samuels
16 Sidney Rice*, WR/South Carolina (6’4” 200 4.51)
Positives: Has some of the most reliable hands that I’ve seen. Wins a ton of jump balls, was a very productive red zone guy in college. Not an excellent athlete for a WR, but is underrated in that area.
Negatives: Still raw in terms of blocking, route running. Lacks ideal explosiveness and top end speed. Not very big or strong, has trouble at times getting off the line.
NFL Comparison: Michael Clayton
17 Tony Ugoh, OT/Arkansas (6’5” 301 5.06)
Positives: Excellent athlete for an offensive tackle has the kind of potential to be a star. Great feet, long arms, aggressive and gets a good push in the running game. He could develop into one of the best LT’s in the NFL if given time.
Negatives: Hasn’t really put it all together on the field yet. Gets burned by quicker speed rushers occasionally, can be pushed into the pockets by bigger stronger ones. Didn’t impress at the Senior Bowl like I thought he would. He’s a little inconsistent and raw.
NFL Comparison: Levi Jones
18 Dwayne Jarrett*, WR/USC (6’4” 219 4.60*)
Positives: Extremely productive playmaker makes some spectacular grabs. Has ideal size and snatches the ball with his hands, making him a prime red zone/jump ball target.
Negatives: His timed speed is a major concern, as several “sources” have claimed he didn’t run at the combine due to his times being around 4.7. If that’s true, he’ll drop significantly, but I won’t believe it until I see it. Also has some work ethic questions, and has drawn comparisons to mega bust Mike Williams.
NFL Comparison: Plaxico Burress
19 Paul Posluszny, OLB/Penn St (6’2” 238 4.70)
Positives: Big, strong, productive college linebacker. He’s a very tough, old school kind of guy. Not the greatest athlete but makes up for it with his excellent instincts.
Negatives: Lacks ideal athleticism, kind of mechanical in space and not real fluid in coverage. Had a big time injury (ACL) in ’05, and appeared like he wasn’t 100% at times in ’06.
NFL Comparison: Keith Brooking
20 Chris Houston*, CB/Arkansas (5’10” 185 4.32)
Positives: Extremely physical CB with excellent speed/athleticism. Frustrates receivers at the line, but also extremely quick to react in coverage. He’s very strong for his size, helps out vs. the run. Has great potential as a shutdown CB, and performed very well against some of the top WR’s in the NCAA. (Dwayne Jarrett, Dwayne Bowe, and Robert Meachem were held to 168yds and 1TD combined by Houston.)
Negatives: Might get called for pass interference on some occasions, as the NFL calls that more often. Sometimes overaggressive and can be susceptible to play fakes. Needs more experience, raw technique.
NFL Comparison: Antoine Winfield
21 Greg Olsen*, TE/Miami (6’6” 254 4.51)
Positives: Prototypical size for the position with excellent speed and athleticism. He tore it up at the combine after a somewhat disappointing junior season. Natural hands, has potential to be a big time weapon in the passing game.
Negatives: He should still add some overall strength, and work on his blocking technique. Didn’t have a great career at Miami, but it’s hard to blame him with what’s been going on there in the last couple of years. Doesn’t really like to mix it up, prefers to run routes rather than stay in and block.
NFL Comparison: Jeremy Shockey
22 Robert Meachem*, WR/Tennessee (6’2” 214 4.39)
Positives: Prototype size/speed combination, very productive junior season. He can run after the catch, is a big play guy. Had an excellent combine and is a top overall athlete.
Negatives: Really doesn’t look like a 4.3-4.4 guy on the football field, could improve his suddenness in his routes. Was a big time underachiever prior to his junior year, so there are concerns if he was just a one-year-wonder?
NFL Comparison: Roy Williams
23 Reggie Nelson*, S/Florida (5’11” 198 4.48)
Positives: A complete and versatile player that has experience at CB, SS, and FS. He makes some big time hits, controls the middle of the field. Very good cover skills and ball skills, a playmaker.
Negatives: Lacks ideal size, didn’t run a blazing 40 at the combine. He might need to put on some weight to play his style in the NFL. Gambles occasionally and sometimes has to pay for it.
NFL Comparison: Aeneas Williams
24 Ryan Kalil, C/USC (6’3” 299 4.96)
Positives: Very mobile, squatty build, surprising strength, hard to move. He gets to the 2nd level with the best of ‘em had a very impressive combine.
Negatives: He could be bigger, but his size isn’t really a negative. He can be pushed back at times and struggles to hold huge nose tackle types.
NFL Comparison: Kevin Mawae
25 Dwayne Bowe, WR/LSU (6’2” 221 4.51)
Positives: Prototypical physical specimen, looks like a LB and plays like one too. Excellent downfield blocker, really improved during his career, goes over the middle fearlessly. Very good overall athlete really impressed at the Senior Bowl practices.
Negatives: Lacks ideal timed speed, doesn’t possess natural hands. Drops catchable passes occasionally, needs to work on his routes and getting separation.
NFL Comparison: Muhsin Muhammad
26 Leon Hall, CB/Michigan (5’11” 193 4.39)
Positives: He has very good instincts in coverage and can really support vs. the run, is a sure tackler. Showed his true athleticism at the combine, and can also return punts/kicks.
Negatives: His major concern was really his timed speed, but answered doubters (like me) by running a 4.39 at the combine, as well as posting some top 3-cone and shuttle times. His poor (that’s a nice way to put it) performances vs. Ted Ginn Jr and Dwayne Jarrett really have to make you think twice before you take him.
NFL Comparison: Marcus Trufant
27 Lawrence Timmons*, OLB/Florida St (6’1” 234 4.66)
Positives: Excellent athlete, although he had a pretty average combine, plays extremely strong and fast on the field. Tough, aggressive player that does whatever it takes to win, a playmaker.
Negatives: He was listed at 6’3” 230 by FSU, but measured in relatively small at the combine. He didn’t run as fast as expected, since many expected him to be one of those “workout warriors”. Can play overaggressive, lacks ideal instincts, experience.
NFL Comparison: Marcus Washington
28 Jarvis Moss*, DE/Florida (6’7” 250 4.70)
Positives: Extremely athletic, lanky 3-4 LB/4-3 DE with excellent potential. At 6’7”, sometimes his height is used against him (leverage, plays high), but it also means he has the potential to add weight and stay at DE.
Negatives: Really needs to add bulk and strength if he wants to stay at DE. Not experienced in coverage, so transition to LB may take time. He’s a ‘tweener that has potential but is still very raw and undeveloped.
NFL Comparison: Greg Ellis
29 Justin Blalock, OG/Texas (6’3” 320 5.10)
Positives: One of the strongest players in the draft, a very good college player. He has a lot of experience all over the line, and you can tell by his technique. He’s an underrated athlete, ideal build for an OG.
Negatives: His stamina could use some work, as he often struggles to fire out late in games. Not the meanest of O-Linemen and his passion/fire has been questioned. Played OT a lot in college, but will probably be switched inside in the pros.
NFL Comparison: Damien Woody
30 Eric Weddle, S/Utah (5’11” 203 4.48)
Positives: Not the biggest or fastest guy, but gets the job done consistently. Excellent in man coverage or zone, great ball skills, a playmaker and team player that took snaps at QB, RB, WR, and even returned punts for the Utes. Doesn’t possess elite top end speed but his burst and quickness are up there with the best.
Negatives: His lack of ideal size and measurables might move him out of the first round, but he would be a big time steal after that. Is he a CB or a Safety? Some consider this a strength, but lacks extensive experience at each and was all over the place for Utah.
NFL Comparison: Eugene Wilson
31 Brian Leonard, RB/Rutgers (6’2” 226 4.52)
Positives: Has ideal size and straight line speed, very productive in college. Excellent receiver, very versatile, a FB in college but could even play some H-Back. He really impressed at the Senior Bowl and Combine, getting closer to his goal of playing RB.
Negatives: He might not have that elite burst and quickness to be an every down back, but not many 6’2” 230 pounders do. He was switched to FB when stud Ray Rice came in, which kind of hurt him from a draft standpoint.
NFL Comparison: Deuce McCallister
32 Darrelle Revis*, CB/Pittsburgh (6’0” 204 4.50*)
Positives: Has excellent size for the position, and plays fast. Also a very good punt returner contributes on special teams and vs. the run. Can play in all kinds of defenses, but is best in man-to-man, press.
Negatives: Declined to run at the combine, raising some pretty big concerns about his timed speed (and really was hurt when Chris Houston & Leon Hall each ran in the 4.3’s). Still raw, relatively inexperienced, can gamble at times and gets burned for it occasionally.
NFL Comparison: Charles Tillman
33 David Harris, MLB/Michigan (6’2” 243 4.59)
Positives: He’s a hard nosed, old school LB that is best vs. the run but has the athleticism to drop into coverage when needed. Sure tackler, ideal size/strength for an LB. He had a very good combine.
Negatives: He looks kind of mechanical in space and isn’t real fluid in coverage. Doesn’t play as fast as his time suggests, is more of a straight-line runner than quick guy. Not a flashy playmaker, but he gets the job done.
NFL Comparison: Ed Hartwell
34 LaMarr Woodley, DE/Michigan (6’2” 266 4.70*)
Positives: Excellent college player, extremely productive. Nobody really knows what position he’ll end up at, but there is no denying his pass rush ability. He was hurt at a Senior Bowl practice, then wasn’t able to run at the combine. Very strong for his size, can bull rush and speed rush. Could he be a 3-4 LB?
Negatives: A ‘tweener lacks a real position. He’s not very fluid in coverage, from what I’ve seen, might not have the overall athleticism to be a full time LB, but lacks ideal size to be an every down DE. Not being able to work out might hurt his draft stock.
NFL Comparison: David Pollack
35 Joe Staley, OT/Central Michigan (6’6” 306 4.80*)
Positives: Extremely athletic, former TE with amazing timed speed for an OT, but wasn’t able to show it at the combine due to injury. Great feet, slides well in pass pro, has a lot of potential whenever he gets in a good strength program in the NFL.
Negatives: He doesn’t have ideal strength and can be pushed back relatively easily by bull rushers. Played vs. weak competition in college for the most part, still has raw technique and will need time to develop.
NFL Comparison: Marvel Smith
36 Michael Griffin, S/Texas (6’0” 202 4.45)
Positives: A playmaker that goes 100% all the time, and even sometimes gets reckless. Makes plays all over the field and has excellent catch up speed, had good showings at the combine and Senior Bowl. He’s also a hard hitter.
Negatives: His instincts might be his downfall, as some think that you can’t really develop those over time. He can be faked out easily, lacks ideal cover skills. Misses some tackles while going for the big hit.
NFL Comparison: Sean Jones
37 Jon Beason*, OLB/Miami (6’0” 237 4.72)
Positives: He’s a great athlete that plays way faster than his time might suggest, packs a punch for a guy his size and has ideal strength. Fluid in space can run with some receivers, excellent cover skills and overall playmaking ability.
Negatives: He’s not a big LB, by any means, and has a tendency to run away from bigger linemen, as they can control him rather easily. Struggles to get off once locked onto, not real strong vs. the run, but those are all results of his lack of size.
NFL Comparison: D.J. Williams
38 Jason Hill, WR/Washington St (6’1” 204 4.32)
Positives: Productive in college, runs good routes and does all the little things. Catches the ball away from his body, doesn’t drop many. Had an excellent combine, as many considered his main “weakness” was his lack of speed. (then he ran a 4.3)
Negatives: He doesn’t really play as fast as his time suggests, sometimes struggles getting separation. A little inconsistent over his career, but that also had to do with inconsistent QB play. Not a huge threat to run after the catch.
NFL Comparison: Eric Moulds
39 Brandon Meriweather, S/Miami (5’11” 195 4.47)
Positives: Very versatile and talented, can play CB, SS, or FS. Showed excellent cover skills at the Senior Bowl, strong for his size and can deliver big hits. Has a lot of potential, but hasn’t put it all together yet.
Negatives: Has some off field issues and character concerns that might drop him to the 2nd or 3rd, but he’s a 1st round talent. He lacks ideal size to be a SS and experience at CB. He didn’t have a great performance at the combine, either.
NFL Comparison: Mike Minter
40 Anthony Gonzalez*, WR/Ohio St (6’0” 193 4.44)
Positives: Lightning quick guy with very consistent hands. He’s also a very hard worker and does all the little things (blocking, ST).
A safe pick in the 2nd round that won’t be a star but could be a great complimentary guy and team player.
Negatives: He doesn’t have the ideal tools to be a #1, but could be an excellent #2 or slot WR for any team. He’s not very big or strong, struggles beating jams and doesn’t like going over the middle.
NFL Comparison: Derrick Mason
41 Buster Davis, MLB/Florida St (5’9” 239 4.64)
Positives: He has excellent effort, toughness, and athleticism. Extremely quick, has great short area burst and is an explosive, wrap-up tackler. He excels at making plays on the move.
Negatives: He’s very small for an NFL MLB, at 5’9”, could improve his decision making on the field, makes wrong reads occasionally because he can be a little overaggressive. He’s a little shaky in coverage, can’t be relied on in 1 on 1.
NFL Comparison: London Fletcher
42 Aaron Ross, CB/Texas (6’1” 193 4.44)
Positives: He has a prototypical combination of size, speed, and overall athleticism. He was an extremely productive player in college that won the Thorpe Award (best DB) as a senior. Also has great ball skills and hands, a playmaker.
Negatives: He doesn’t really play as fast as his time suggests and has trouble staying with quicker WR’s. Feels more comfortable in press coverage and appears to lack confidence at times. Doesn’t really show great burst or catch up speed when beaten.
NFL Comparison: Gary Baxter
43 Charles Johnson*, DE/Georgia (6’2” 270 4.84)
Positives: He has good overall athleticism for a DE, but could possibly be a LB. Chose to come out after an excellent junior season, where he outperformed highly touted teammate Quentin Moses at times. His main strength would be pass rushing, but holds up well vs. the run, too.
Negatives: He lacks ideal size and has relatively short arms. Not the most athletic ‘tweener around, and lacks experience in coverage. Probably will stay at DE, but his ability to be an every down guy will be scrutinized.
NFL Comparison: Charles Grant
44 Samson Satele, C/Hawaii (6’3” 300 5.24)
Positives: I’m really high on this guy, he has it all, versatility, quick feet, and overall strength. Impressed at the combine, can hold his own, strength wise, vs. most DT’s, and plays with good technique and leverage.
Negatives: He doesn’t really have the potential of some other linemen in this class, has short arms and lacks elite measurables. He hasn’t really had extensive experience at any OL position, so he might need a little time.
NFL Comparison: Jake Grove
45 Justin Harrell, DT/Tennessee (6’4” 300 5.04)
Positives: Very talented and has ideal measurables for a DT. He’s also extremely tough, played a game with a torn muscle in his arm. Productive rushing the passer in college, but is mainly a stuff the run kind of guy. Can do it all, has potential.
Negatives: He had a major injury this season, but probably would have been a first rounder if he would’ve stayed healthy. He doesn’t possess any great pass rush moves and is a little undeveloped still.
NFL Comparison: Larry Tripplett
46 Rufus Alexander, OLB/Oklahoma (6’1” 228 4.79)
Positives: He has great instincts and has a nose for the ball and the big play. A lot more athletic than his 40 time would suggest, plays fast and tough. He’s a pure football player that really impressed me on tape but slipped with a so-so combine.
Negatives: He lacks ideal size and measurables, which are pretty big deals these days. Struggles to stay with bigger, faster TE’s and wasn’t counted on in coverage too much in college. He had a very average postseason, can be overpowered by OL’s.
NFL Comparison: Al Singleton
47 Drew Stanton, QB/Michigan St (6’3” 226 4.75)
Positives: He has all the tools to be a big time QB in the NFL. He has top notch size, arm strength, and athleticism. If he can put it all together, he’ll start somewhere, eventually.
Negatives: Not a real clutch guy, very inconsistent in college. His accuracy is a little spotty, but when he’s on, he’s lights out. Mechanics and decision making could use some work, threw a few too many INT’s.
NFL Comparison: J.P. Losman
48 Ben Grubbs, OG/Auburn (6’3” 311 5.18)
Positives: He’s a very good athlete and plays with ideal technique/leverage. Had an excellent Senior Bowl, really impressed with his footwork and his ability to reach the 2nd level. He’s the best pure OG in the draft.
Negatives: He doesn’t have ideal strength and struggles with nose tackles. Can be pushed back into the pocket, has solid upper body strength but doesn’t play with a wide base and can be knocked on his butt at times.
NFL Comparison: Kynan Forney
49 Eric Wright*, CB/UNLV (5’11” 192 4.36)
Positives: He’s an excellent athlete, started at USC as a freshman, but has had several off field problems since then. He had a great combine performance. One of the best man-to-man cover corners in the draft, can stay with just about anybody, is willing in run support.
Negatives: Off field problems would be his main downside. He didn’t put up big numbers at UNLV, but that was mainly because teams stayed away from him. He lacks ideal playmaking/ball skills, but is a first round talent.
NFL Comparison: Shawn Springs
50 Mario Henderson, OT/Florida St (6’7” 302 5.11)
Positives: In my opinion, he has all the tools to be a starting LT. Extremely underrated, most don’t even have him in their top 100’s or 200’s, but his size/athleticism combo is very intriguing. Here’s another thing; He carries around a backpack with every single game tape of his career at FSU, so he can watch and critique his performances over and over again. He really improved over the past year.
Negatives: He’s been a little bit of an underachiever over his career at this point. He has the tools, but hasn’t put them all together. Not the strongest guy, should probably bulk up a little. Doesn’t get a great push in the run game, does he have a mean streak?
NFL Comparison: Ephraim Salaam
51 Brandon Siler*, MLB/Florida (6’2” 241 4.62)
52 Victor Abiamiri, DE/Notre Dame (6’4” 267 4.80)
53 Aundrae Allison, WR/ECU (6’0” 198 4.39)
54 Marcus McCauley, CB/Fresno St (6’1” 203 4.39)
55 Quentin Moses, DE/Georgia (6’5” 261 4.82)
56 Kenny Irons, RB/Auburn (5’11” 203 4.45)
57 Ikaika Alama-Francis, DE/Hawaii (6’5” 280 4.80*)
58 Joel Filani, WR/Texas Tech (6’2” 211 4.55)
59 Michael Bush*, RB/Louisville (6’1” 243 4.60*)
60 Ryan Harris, OT/Notre Dame (6’5” 305 5.09)
61 Arron Sears, OG/Tennessee (6’3” 319 5.30*)
62 Anthony Spencer, DE/Purdue (6’3” 261 4.70)
63 Tony Hunt, RB/Penn St (6’2” 233 4.60*)
64 Sabby Piscitelli, S/Oregon St (6’3” 224 4.47)
65 Quinn Pitcock, DT/Ohio St (6’3” 299 4.93)
66 Stewart Bradley, OLB/Nebraska (6’4” 254 4.72)
67 Trent Edwards, QB/Stanford (6’4” 231 4.76)
68 Jonathan Wade, CB/Tennessee (5’10” 195 4.36)
69 Steve Smith, WR/USC (6’0” 197 4.44)
70 Turk McBride, DE/Tennessee (6’2” 277 4.81)
71 James Marten, OT/Boston College (6’8” 309 5.08)
72 Mason Crosby, K/Colorado (6’1” 212 5.10*)
73 Tim Crowder, DE/Texas (6’4” 272 4.69)
74 Doug Free, OT/Northern Illinois (6’6” 324 5.19)
75 Kevin Kolb, QB/Houston (6’3” 218 4.85)
76 Antonio Pittman*, RB/Ohio St (5’11” 207 4.40)
77 Josh Wilson, CB/Maryland (5’9” 189 4.39)
78 Manuel Ramirez, OG/Texas Tech (6’3” 326 5.30*)
79 Troy Smith, QB/Ohio St (6’0” 225 4.60*)
80 Zach Miller*, TE/Arizona St (6’4” 256 4.87)
81 Travarous Bain, CB/Hampton (6’0” 182 4.43)
82 Marshall Yanda, OG/Iowa (6’4” 307 5.20*)
83 Craig Davis, WR/LSU (6’1” 200 4.45*)
84 H.B. Blades, MLB/Pittsburgh (5’11” 236 4.70*)
85 Brian Robison, DE/Texas (6’3” 259 4.67)
86 Yamon Figurs, WR/Kansas St (5’11” 174 4.30)
87 Ben Patrick, TE/Delaware (6’3” 252 4.74)
88 Zak DeOssie, LB/Brown (6’5” 250 4.58)
89 Josh Beekman, OG/Boston College (6’2” 313 5.36)
90 Fred Bennett, CB/South Carolina (6’1” 196 4.46)
91 Brandon Mebane, DT/Cal (6’1” 309 5.15)
92 Allen Barbre, OT/Missouri Southern St (6’4” 300 4.84)
93 Tim Shaw, OLB/Penn St (6’2” 236 4.51)
94 Tank Tyler, DT/N.C. State (6’2” 306 5.30)
95 John Wendling, S/Wyoming (6’1” 222 4.48)
96 David Irons, CB/Auburn (5’10” 190 4.44)
97 Quincy Black, OLB/UNLV (6’2” 240 4.42)
98 Stephen Nicholas, OLB/USF (6’1” 232 4.75*)
99 Rhema McKnight, WR/Notre Dame (6’1” 211 4.53)
100 Mike Otto, OT/Purdue (6’6” 308 5.20)