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(Srs only) an established and recognized draft dude
1. Star Lotulelei
Freakish blend of size, strength and athleticism, a la Haloti Ngata.
2. Manti Te'o
Instinctive and hard-hitting with good range and a terrific motor.
3. Matt Barkley
Average physical tools but is polished, accurate and experienced.
4. Chance Warmack
Huge, powerful mauler excels as run blocker and pass protector.
5. Geno Smith
Dynamic passer with very live arm and above average athleticism.
6. Johnathan Banks
Tall cover guy with a nose for the ball and playmaking tendencies.
7. Dion Jordan
Athletic with a rangy frame and could play in an even or odd front.
8. Kawann Short
Massive and can be an impact presence but is a bit inconsistent.
9. Jonathan Cooper
Athletic blocker with nimble feet who is outstanding on the move.
10. Ezekiel Ansah
Native of Ghana is raw and inexperienced but upside is unlimited.
11. Eric Fisher
Big framed blocker with great athleticism in the mold of Joe Staley.
12. Sylvester Williams
Explosive athlete with ability to play the three-technique or nose.
13. Kenny Vaccaro
Versatile defender with nice mix of physical tools and intangibles.
14. John Jenkins
Enormous 358-pound space-eater who can anchor in the middle.
15. Cornellius Carradine
Former JUCO transfer is able to rush the passer and stop the run.
16. Mike Glennon
North Carolina St.
Inconsistent pocket passer with fantastic size and arm strength.
17. T.J. McDonald
Big and athletic with a well-rounded skill set and pro bloodlines.
18. Arthur Brown
Undersized but fast, quick and explosive with exceptional range.
19. Terrance Williams
Smooth athlete with very good size, body control and ball skills.
20. Montee Ball
Productive workhorse with superb vision, patience and instincts.
21. Tavon Austin
Explosive jack-of-all-trades who is a threat to score at any time.
22. Tyler Wilson
Gunslinger who can make all of the throws but lacks ideal height.
23. Jesse Williams
Underrated with terrific size, strength, athleticism and versatility.
24. Khaled Holmes
Explosive, powerful pivot with all of the tools to start at next level.
25. Michael Buchanan
Rangy athlete with a burst may be better than Whitney Mercilus.
26. Barrett Jones
Reigning Outland Trophy winner can play center, guard or tackle.
27. Rick Wagner
Not overly athletic but a big, strong, tough right tackle prospect.
28. Alex Okafor
Solid two-way player versus pass and run but not overly dynamic.
29. E.J. Manuel
Raw but athletic dual-threat with a large frame and a strong arm.
30. Dallas Thomas
Athletic with a large frame and could project to tackle or guard.
31. Jordan Poyer
Average size / speed but good coverage skills and is a ballhawk.
32. Andre Ellington
Undersized but super fast and a dangerous situational weapon.
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