2015 Prospects

Please note that I have added in a section for Scouting Report links, so the column before the players name will have the code SR, just click on that link, and you get there scouting report.

Link Player Position College Height Weight 40 Time Bench Vertical Broad Hand Arm Analysis:
Andrews, David C Georgia 6’1 237 4.77 23 35 9’3 10 5/8 33
Day, Dillon C Mississippi State 6’6 301 5.26 26 10 34 1/2
Dismukes, Reese C Auburn 6’3 296 5.31 23 8 7/8 32 1/4
Erving, Cameron C Florida State 6’5 313 5.15 30 10 3/8 34 1/8 Erving is a good blocker, both in the passing, and running game, and is versatile, he can play Tackle, Guard, and Center. Like many offensive lineman, Erving isn’t fast, but he is athletic for a man his size.
Espinosa, Dominic C Texas 6’3 305 5.23
Finley, B.J. C Kansas State 6’4 318 5.25 20 10 32
Gallik, Andy C Boston College 6’2 306 5.5 29 10 1/4 32 3/4
Garcia, Max C Florida 6’4 309 5.25 DNP 10 1/4 33 1/8
Grasu, Hroniss C Oregon 6’3 297 5.1 DNP 9 3/8 34 Grasu has awesome size, is a solid pass, and run blocker, and a mauler. He is on the slow side.
Jasperse, Chris C Marshall 6’5 310 5.15 DNP 10 7/8 34 1/8
Lindsay, Chad C Alabama 6’2 302 5.42
Mancz, Greg C Toledo 6’4 301 5.1 DNP 10
Marboe, Mike C Idaho 6’2 296 5.38
McDermott, Shane C Miami(Fla.) 6’4 296 5.21
Smith, Jake C Louisville 6’5 324 5.25 29 10 1/4 34 7/8
Vitabile, Brandon C Northwestern 6’3 300 5.2
Alston, Sean CB Fresno State 5’10 192 4.67
SR Carter, Alex CB Stanford 6’0 198 4.51 17 40 10’1 9 1/8 32 1/8 Carter has good size, is versatile, can play CB and Safety, is a solid tackler, and has decent speed. However he does get beat at times.
Celiscar, D.C CB Western Michigan 5’10 194 4.62 DNP DNP 10’0 9 1/4 31 3/8
Coleman, Justin CB Tennessee 5’10 185 4.53 20 37.5 10’4 9 3/8 31 1/4
SR Collins, Jalen CB LSU 6’1 203 4.48 DNP 36 10’4 9 3/8 32 1/8 Collins has great size, is a good cover corner, a good tackler, and has really good speed. However he tends to get beat at times. He may also be being looked at being a Safety in the NFL.
Countess, Blake CB Michigan 5’10 183 4.52
SR Darby, Ronald CB Florida State 5’10 193 4.38 12 41.5 10’9 8 5/8 31 3/8 Darby is a solid tackler, a good cover cornerback, and has great speed. However he isn’t the tallest CB.
Diggs, Quandre CB Texas 5’9 196 4.56 17 35.5 9’5 9 5/8 29 5/8 Solid tackler, bats down balls at the right time
Doss, Lorenzo CB Tulane 5’10 182 4.5 9 33.5 9’7 9 29 3/4
SR Ekpre-Olomu, Ifo CB Oregon 5’9 192 4.45 DNP DNP DNP 9 5/8 30 7/8 Ekpre-Olomu is a hard hitter, a decent tackler, a ball hawk, is a good tackler, and has good speed. However he is undersized, gets beat by tall WRs, and commits too many penalties
Everett, DeShazor CB Texas A&M 6’0 193 4.55
Gaines, Charles CB Louisville 5’9 180 4.44 DNP 34.5 10’3 8 3/4 31 3/8 Gaines has really good speed, is a good cover cornerback, and a good tackler. However he is undersized.
Glenn, Jacoby CB Central Florida 6’0 179 4.64 DNP 34 10’3 8 5/8 31 1/4 Glenn has good size, from a height stand point, he is a good tackler, and has great speed. However he is a bit light.
Golson, Senquez CB Ole Miss 5’8 176 4.46 15 33.5 10’0 9 3/8 29 3/4 Golson is a good tackler, a good cover cornerback, and has really good speed. However he is really undersized.
Grant, Doran CB Ohio State 5’10 200 4.44 21 33 9’8 9 3/8 30 1/4 Grant has really good speed, is a good tackler, and a good cover cornerback. However he is a little undersized.
Gunter, Ladarius CB Miami(Fla.) 6’1 202 4.69 12 33.5 9’0 9 5/8 31 1/2 Gunter has really good size, and a good tackler. However he isn’t the fastest, and it’s unknown whether he will play CB or Safety in the NFL.
Hill, Tony CB Oregon 5’10 182 4.55 DNP 32.5 10’0 8 3/4 29 1/2
Jefferson, A.J. CB UCLA 6’0 198 4.72 15 33.5 9’8 8 1/2 31 1/2
SR Johnson, Kevin CB Wake Forest 6’0 188 4.52 DNP 41.5 10’10 9 1/4 29 3/4 Johnson has solid size, decent speed, is a ball hawk, a good cover cornerback, and a good tackler. However he does get beat at times, and gets lost in coverage at times.
Jones, Byron CB Connecticut 6’0 199 4.5 DNP 44.5 12’3 10 32 Jones has good size, is a solid cover corner, and a good tackler. He doesn’t have the best speed.
Lyons, Wayne CB Stanford 6’0 196 4.56
Mager, Craig CB Texas State 5’11 201 4.44 17 38 10’10 9 1/4 29 3/4
McCain, Bobby CB Memphis 5’9 195 4.51 17 36 10’10 9 30 1/2
Nelson, Steven CB Oregon State 5’10 197 4.49 19 34.5 9’7 9 1/4 30 5/8 Nelson has really good speed, is a good tackler, and a good cover cornerback. However he is a bit undersized.
Peters, Garry CB Clemson 5’11 191 4.61 7 32.5 9’11 10 31 1/2
SR Peters, Marcus CB Washington 5’11 197 4.53 17 37.5 10’1 8 3/8 31 1/2 Peters has good size, is a good cover cornerback, and a solid tackler. While he has good size, he isn’t the tallest CB, but that shouldn’t hurt his stock. He does whiff on some tackles, and his only issue at U-Washington is that he got kicked off the football team for arguing with a coach.
SR Rollins, Quinten CB Miami(Ohio) 5’11 195 4.57 14 36.5 10’2 9 30 1/4 Rollins has decent size, has decent soeed, is a ball hawk, a good tackler, and a good cover cornerback. However he does get beat at times, and gets lost in coverage. He is also being viewed by many as a Safety in the NFL.
Rowe, Eric CB Utah 6’0 205 4.45 19 39 10’5 9 1/2 31 1/2 Rowe has solid size, is a ball hawk, a good cover cornerback, and a solid tackler. However while he has a great 40 time, his tape doesn’t show it, and he could be viewed as a tweener, more of a Safety, rather than a CB.
Scott, Tim CB North Carolina 5’11 190 4.53 Good tackler, great speed, Hard hitter
Shaw, Josh CB USC 6’0 201 4.44 26 37.5 10’10 9 30 3/4 Shaw has solid size, really good speed, is versatile, can play CB and Safety. However he had some off the field issues with lying.
Shepherd, Jacorey CB Kansas 5’11 199 4.54 14 DNP DNP 8 5/8 30 5/8
Smith, D’Joun CB Florida Atlantic 5’10 187 4.45 18 36 10’4 8 1/8 30 3/8 Smith has really good speed, is a good tackler, and a solid cover cornerback. However he isn’t the tallest CB.
Smith, Tye CB Towson 6’0 195 4.6 15 36.5 10’4 8 3/4 32
Swann, Damian CB Georgia 6’0 189 4.5 DNP 33 9’10 8 7/8 31
SR Wayans. Trae CB Michigan State 6’0 186 4.31 19 38 10’2 8 1/4 31 Waynes has good size, has great speed, is a hard hitter, a good cover cornerback, and a good tackler. However he does tend to get beat at times.
White, Kevin CB TCU 5’9 183 4.63 18 33.5 10’1 8 3/8 30 1/8 White is a nice high riser, he is a good tackler, and a good cover cornerback. However he is undersized, and doesn’t have the best speed.
SR Williams, P.J. CB Florida State 6’0 194 4.57 12 40 11’0 8 5/8 31 Williams is a good tackler, a hard hitter, and has good size. He doesn’;t have the best speed, he struggles in coverage at times, and recently had a DUI incident, which may effect his draft stock.
Wilson, Julian CB Oklahoma 6’2 205 4.58 DNP 36 10’5 9 1/4 32 3/8
Anderson, Henry DE Stanford 6’6 294 5.03 DNP 30 9’3 9 3/4 33 1/2 Anderson has great size frame, and is a solid tackler. He is however a slower DE, and gets beat by faster players.
Barnes, Deion DE Penn State 6’4 255 4.75
Barnes, Tavaris DE Clemson 6’3 282 4.8 22 DNP DNP 8 1/2 33 1/8
Chickillo, Anthony DE Miami(Fla.) 6’3 267 4.79 27 34.5 9’6 10 1/8 33 1/2
Clark, Frank DE Michigan 6’3 271 4.79 19 38.5 9’10 10 1/8 34 3/8
Crawford, Corey DE Clemson 6’5 283 5.01 DNP 33 9’2 9 1/4 34 1/2
Delaire, Ryan DE Towson 6’4 254 4.97 23 10 3/8 32 1/2
Dubose, B.J. DE Louisville 6’4 284 5.06 26 9 3/4 33
SR Dupree, Alvin DE Kentucky 6’4 269 4.56 DNP 42 11’6 9 3/4 32 5/8 Dupree is a great pass rusher, a sack specialist, has good speed, and has good size, height wise. He does get manhandled at times, is inconsistent at times. He probably moves to OLB, but I can see him playing as a 4-3 DE.
SR Edwards, Mario DE Florida State 6’3 279 4.84 32 32.5 10’0 10 7/8 33 1/4 Edwards has a solid size frame, is a solid tackler, and a decent pass rusher. However he does get manhandled at times, is inconsistent at times, and a bit on the slow side.
Emanuel, Kyle DE North Dakota State 6’3 255 4.77 27 34 10’0 9 3/8 31
Flowers, Trey DE Arkansas 6’2 266 4.93 28 36.5 10’1 10 34 1/4 Flowers has solid size for a 4-3 DE, is a solid tackler, and a solid pass rusher. However he is a bit on the slow side
SR Fowler, Dante DE Florida 6’2 261 4.6 19 32.5 9’4 9 1/2 33 3/4 Fowler has decent speed, is a solid pass rusher, a solid edge rusher, decent size for a 3-4 DE, and a good tackler. He does tend to make some mental mistakes, and may have to switch to being a 3-4 OLB in the NFL.
Golden, Markus DE Missouri 6’2 260 4.9 DNP 10 1/2 31 1/8
SR Gregory, Randy DE Nebraska 6’4 235 4.64 24 36.5 10’5 10 34 Gregory has decent speed, is a good pass rusher, a good tackler, and a dynamic edge rusher. He does have a lighter size frame, not really a DE in the NFL, more likely to be a OLB, he over pursues at times, and gets pushed around by bigger o-lineman. The only other negative is the fact that he failed a drug test at the combine, for Marijuana.
Hardison, Marcus DE Arizona State 6’3 307 4.96 27 10 3/8 33 1/2
SR Hunter, Danielle DE LSU 6’5 252 4.57 25 10 1/2 34 1/4 Hunter is a solid tackler, a good pass rusher, a nice tall DE, and a has decent speed. He is however undersized weight wise to be an NFL DE, so he may have to play OLB in the NFL.
Ifedi, Martin DE Memphis 6’3 275 4.88 16 31 9’3 10 33 7/8
SR Odighizuwa, Owa DE UCLA 6’3 267 4.62 25 39 10’7 11 33 3/4 Odighizuwa has decent size for a 4-3 DE, is a solid pass rusher, and a solid tackler. He isn’t the fastest edge rusher, and gets jammed at the line of scrimmage at times.
SR Orchard, Nate DE Utah 6’3 250 4.8 DNP 31.5 9’7 10 1/4 33 3/4 Orchard is a good pass rusher, a good tackler, and a good edge rusher. However he is undersized to be a DE, so he likely plays OLB, or somewhat as a hybrid between DE and OLB, and he doesn’t have the best speed.
SR Ray, Shane DE Missouri 6’2 245 4.55 21 DNP DNP 9 33 1/8 Ray is a dynamic edge rusher, a great pass rusher, a good tackler, has good speed, a disruptive pass rusher, always in on the play, and never gives up on plays. He is however undersized for an NFL DE, so he likely plays OLB in the NFL.
Reed, Cedric DE Texas 6’5 269 4.9 22 DNP DNP 9 3/4 33 3/8
Russell, Ryan DE Purdue 6’4 269 4.75 25 32.5 9’11 10 1/4 33 3/8
Smith, Preston DE Mississippi State 6’5 271 4.74 24 34 10’1 10 5/8 34 Smith has also been a high riser in recent months, he has solid size for a 4-3 DE, he is a good pass rusher, and a solid tackler. He doesn’t have ideal speed, but that shouldn’t hurt his stock come draft weekend.
Smith, Za’Darius DE Kentucky 6’4 274 4.83 23 29 9’5 10 32 5/8 Smith has decent size, is a good tackler, and a good pass rusher. He does gets jammed at the line of scrimmage at times, and is not the fastest edge rusher.
Trail, Lynden DE Norfolk State 6’7 269 4.91 24 32.5 9’9 10 1/2 34 7/8
Tull, David DE UT-Chattanooga 6’2 246 26 42.5 11’0 9 3/4 31 1/4
Wagenmann, Zack DE Montana 6’3 247 4.82 14 37.5 9’1 9 1/2 33 1/2
Williams, Ishaq DE Notre Dame 6’4 271 4.87
SR Williams, Leonard DE USC 6’5 302 4.97 DNP 29.5 8’10 10 5/8 34 5/8 Williams has great size, is a solid pass rusher, a decent tackler, versatile, can play End, and D-Tackle, has good speed, a dominant player, has a high motor, and is always in on every play. The only downside is that he makes some silly mistakes, and misses some easy tackles.
SR Armstead, Arik DT Oregon 6’7 292 5.1 24 34 9’9 10 1/2 33 Armstead has good size, is a good pass rusher, and a good tackler. He also is versatile, he can play DT, and DE. However he doesn’t have the best speed for a D-Lineman, and some view him as a potential project.
SR Bennett, Michael DT Ohio State 6’2 293 4.95 DNP DNP DNP 10 1/4 33 5/8 Bennett has solid size, has decent speed, and is a good tackler. He does get beat by larger offensive lineman, and is sometimes manhandled.
Blackson, Angelo DT Auburn 6’4 318 5.02 20 31 8’5 9 3/4 33 3/4
SR Brown, Malcolm DT Texas 6’2 319 5.05 26 29.5 8’2 10 32 1/2 Brown has great size, can play DT, and Nose Tackle in a 3-4 scheme, a run stuffer, and a solid tackler. He is a slower defensive lineman, and he gets beat by faster players.
Cooper, Xavier DT Washington State 6’3 293 4.86 29 29 9’2 9 3/8 31 1/2
Covington, Christian DT Rice 6’2 289 5.09 DNP DNP DNP 10 33 1/4
SR Davis, Carl DT Iowa 6’5 320 5.07 DNP 33 8’7 11 34 5/8 Davis is a big body, a run stuffer, a solid tackler, and makes play when needed. He is on the slow side, and gets stuffed at times on the line of scrimmage.
Davison, Tyeler DT Fresno State 6’2 316 5.18 32 33 8’9 10 3/4 34
SR Goldman, Eddie DT Florida State 6’4 336 5.3 DNP 10 1/8 33 1/8 Goldman is a huge defensive lineman, a solid tackler, a run stuffer, and potentially can play all over the defensive line in 3-4, and 4-3 schemes. He does get manhandled at times, is on the slow side, and gets beat by faster backs.
Ivory, Brandon DT Alabama 6’4 308 5.4
Jarrett, Grady DT Clemson 6’1 304 5.06 30 31 9’4 10 32 5/8
Lott, Derrick DT UT-Chattanooga 6’4 314 4.99 30 26.5 8’10 9 1/8 33 5/8
Maddy, Luther DT Virginia Tech 6’0 292 5.02 Good pass rusher, good tackler
Mbu, Joey DT Houston 6’3 313 5.54 DNP 22.5 8’1 9 1/4 35
McCarthy, Ellis DT UCLA 6’5 338 5.21 24 32 9’1 9 7/8 34 1/8
Nunez-Roches, Rakeem DT Southern Miss 6’2 307 5.02 26 34 9’6 10 1/8 32 5/8
Orr, Leon DT Florida 6’5 323 5.16 DNP 28 8’4 9 3/8 34 1/8
Parry, David DT Stanford 6’1 308 5.38 34 29 8’7 9 7/8 31
SR Phillips, Jordan DT Oklahoma 6’5 329 5.17 28 30 8’9 9 3/8 34 3/4 Phillips has great size, is a a pure run stuffer, and a solid tackler. He is on the slow side, and gets beat by faster players.
Philon, Darius DT Arkansas 6’1 298 5 26 31 8’11 9 1/2 32 3/8
Raciti, Travis DT San Jose State 6’4 290 5.09
Richardson, Bobby DT Indiana 6’3 283 5.16 DNP 32.5 8’10 11 34 5/8
SR Shelton, Danny DT Washington 6’2 339 5.64 34 30.5 7’11 10 1/4 32 Shelton is just a big body, a run stuffer, a good tackler, disruptive on the line of scrimmage, and a dominant defensive tackle. He is on the slow side, and gets beat by fast backs at times.
Simon, Deon DT Northwestern State 6’4 321 5.12 35 29.5 8’9 10 1/2 34
Surratt, J.T. DT South Carolina 6’1 304 5.19 29 30 8’10 10 1/8 32
Trinca-Pasat, Louis DT Iowa 6’1 290 4.96 DNP 32 8’9 10 1/8 31 7/8
Walton, Leterius DT Central Michigan 6’5 319 5.25 25 27 8’7 10 1/4 32 1/4
Woods, Antwuan DT USC 6’0 310 5.21
Wright, Gabe DT Auburn 6’3 300 5.07 34 26.5 8’4 10 3/4 32 5/8
Burton, Michael FB Rutgers 6’0 235 4.86
Fowler, Jalston FB Alabama 5’11 264 4.78
Varga, Tyler FB Yale 5’10 227 4.64
Bonner, Detrick FS Virginia Tech 6’0 207 4.56 15 DNP DNP 8 7/8 31 1/4
Cox, Justin FS Mississippi State 6’0 191 4.36 15 38 10’9 9 31 1/4
Drummond, Kurtis FS Michigan State 6’0 208 4.6 DNP 39.5 9’11 10 3/8 32 1/4 Drummond has solid size, is a good tackler, and a hard hitter. However he isn’t the fastest safety.
SR Eskridge, Durell FS Syracuse 6’2 208 4.5 DNP 31 9’9 9 5/8 32 3/8 Eskridge has great size, is a solid tackler, and has good speed. He does get beat by faster players at times.
Hackett, Chris FS TCU 6’0 195 4.81 DNP 32 9’2 9 7/8 31 1/2 Hackett is a nice prospect, he has good size, is a hard hitter, a decent cover safety, and a solid tackler. He doesn’t have the best speed though.
Harris, Anthony FS Virginia 6’1 183 4.57 DNP DNP DNP 9 1/4 32 Harris has nice size, is a solid tackler, and all around play maker in the secondary. He doesn’t have the best speed, but that shouldn’t hurt his stock come draft night.
SR Holliman, Gerod FS Louisville 6’0 218 4.55 17 DNP DNP 9 1/2 32 Holliman has good size, good speed, is a good tackler, and a hard hitter. However he isn’t the best cover safety, and he whiffs at times on tackles.
SR Prewitt, Cody FS Ole Miss 6’2 208 4.6 11 35 10’5 9 1/8 32 5/8 Prewitt has good size, is a solid tackler, a hard hitter, and a good cover safety. However he isn’t the fastest.
Randall, Damarious FS Arizona State 5’10 196 4.46 14 38 10’0 8 5/8 30 1/4 Randall is a high riser, he is a solid tackler, and has really good speed. He doesn’t have the best size, but that shouldn’t effect his draft stock.
SR Smith, Derron FS Fresno State 5’10 200 4.5 DNP DNP DNP 9 29 3/4 Smith has good speed, is a good cover safety, a good tackler, and a hard hitter. However he is a bit undersized.
Tartt, Jaquiski SS Samford 6’1 221 4.53 DNP DNP 10’4 9 7/8 32 3/8 Tartt has nice size, is a solid tackler, and a good cover safety. He doesn’t have the best speed, but not too bad, and his success might be due to play for a lower level college.
Whitehead, Jermaine SS Auburn 5’11 197 4.59 15 37 10’8 9 3/8 31
Anthony, Stephone ILB Clemson 6’3 243 4.56 23 37 10’2 10 3/8 32 1/2 Anthony is a great big ILB, is good in coverage, and a good tackler. He is also a hard hitter. However he is on the slow side.
Davis, Aaron ILB Colorado State 5’11 225 4.95 16 29 8’11 9 31
SR Dawson, Paul ILB TCU 6’0 235 4.93 21 28 9’1 9 1/2 31 1/2 Dawson has good size, is a hard hitter, a solid tackler, and versatile, he can play ILB and OLB. However he is a bit on the slow side, but not many other flaws.
DePriest, Trey ILB Alabama 6’0 254 4.8 DNP DNP DNP 9 31 5/8 Big body ILB, solid tackler
Edmond, Steve ILB Texas 6’3 245 4.84
Grant, Curtis ILB Ohio State 6’2 243 4.73 Big ILB, good size, good tackler
Hager, Bryce ILB Baylor 6’1 234 4.6 26 35 9’9 9 31 3/8
Heeney, Ben ILB Kansas 6’0 231 4.59 19 33.5 10’0 9 30 3/4
Herrera, Amarlo ILB Georgia 6’1 244 4.83 23 32 9’3 9 5/8 32 3/4
Hull, Mike ILB Penn State 6’0 237 4.86 31 DNP DNP 9 3/8 30 1/2
Johnson, A.J. ILB Tennessee 6’2 245 4.8 Solid size for an ILB, solid tackler, hard hitter
Jones, Taiwan ILB Michigan State 6’3 245 4.95 19 32 9’7 10 34 Jones has solid size, is a solid tackler, and a hard hitter. However he doesn’t have the best speed.
SR Kendricks, Eric ILB UCLA 6’0 232 4.61 19 38 10’4 9 5/8 31 Kendricks is a solid tackler, a hard hitter, and has decent size. He doesn’t have the best speed.
SR McKinney, Benardrick ILB Mississippi State 6’4 246 4.61 19 38 10’4 9 33 McKinney has solid size, has decent speed, is a good tackler, and a hard hitter. But he isn’t the best in coverage.
SR Perryman, Denzel ILB Miami(Fla.) 5’10 236 4.78 27 32 9’5 9 1/2 31 7/8 Perryman is a good tackler, he forces turnovers, doesn’t miss many tackles, and is a good coverage linebacker. However he does get beat bt fast backs, is on the slow side, and is not the biggest linebacker
Pullard, Hayes ILB USC 6’0 240 4.78 19 31 9’2 9 5/8 31 1/4 Pullard has decent size, is a good pass rusher for an ILB, a good tackler, and a good cover linebacker. However he tends to miss some tackles, and gets beat by fast players, as he is on the slow side.
Tarpley, A.J. ILB Stanford 6’2 240 4.85
Timu, John ILB Washington 6’1 235 4.83 Good tackler, decent size frame
Wilson, Damien ILB Minnesota 6’3 247 4.99 17 32.5 10’1 9 1/2 33
Wilson, Ramik ILB Georgia 6’0 245 4.77 22 37 9’11 9 3/8 33 3/4 Wilson has solid size, and a solid run stuffer. However he misses some easy tackles, and is on the slower side.
Brown, Jamon OG Louisville 6’5 323 5.45 DNP 9 3/4 34 3/8
Brown, Trenton OG Florida 6’8 355 5.29 20 10 7/8 36
Bunche, Malcolm OG Miami(Fla.) 6’6 327 5.24
Cann, A.J. OG South Carolina 6’4 311 5.2 Cann has solid size, is a solid pass and run blocker, and just a mauler. He is on the slow side.
Douglas, Jamil OG Arizona State 6’4 304 5.25 28 10 3/4 33 3/8 Douglas has a really good size frame, solid in the blocking department, and a mauler. He struggles against fast defenders, and is on the slow side.
Feliciano, Jon OG Miami(Fla.) 6’4 323 5.33 DNP 9 3/4 32 3/8
Glowinski, Mark OG West Virginia 6’4 307 5.2 31 9 3/4 33 1/8
Harrison, Jarvis OG Texas A&M 6’4 330 5.19 26 9 3/4 33 1/2
Hart, Bobby OG Florida State 6’5 329 5.45 DNP 10 1/8 33
Jackson, Tre OG Florida State 6’4 330 5,52 DNP 10 7/8 32 5/8 Jackson has solid size, is a good run, and pass blocker, and a mauler. He is on the slow side, and struggles against fast defenders.
Kouandjio, Arie OG Alabama 6’5 315 5.45 Kouandjio has awesome size, a solid run, and pass blocker, and a mauler. He is on the sow side, and gets beat by fast defenders.
Mason, Shaquille OG Georgia Tech 6’1 300 5.25
Matias, Josue OG Florida State 6’5 309 5.52 DNP 10 33 1/8 Matias has great size, is a good pass, and run blocker, and is a mauler. He tends to struggle against fast defenders, and is on the slow side.
Miller, John OG Louisville 6’2 303 5.34 DNP 10 1/4 33 1/4 Miller has decent size, a good blocker, and a mauler. He struggles against fast defenders, and doesn’t have great speed.
Myers, Robert OG Tennessee State 6’5 326 5.44 DNP 9 1/2 33 3/4
Shead, Adam OG Oklahoma 6’4 338 5.74 26 10 3/8 33 3/4
Tomlinson, Laken OG Duke 6’3 330 5.25 Tomlinson has great size, is a mauler, and is a good pass, and run blocker. However he struggles against fast defenders, and is on the slow side.
Turner, Landon OG North Carolina 6’4 320 5.32
Walker, Aundray OG USC 6’6 315 5.2
Marpet, Ali OG Hobart 6’4 307 4.98 30 10 33 3/8 Hobart has great size, good run, and pass blocker, and a mauler. He also has decent speed for a man of his size. His only downside is that he faced mostly lower level competition in college.
Humphries, D.J. OG Florida 6’5 307 5.12 26 10 33 5/8 Humphries has great size, a good run, and pass blocker, versatile, can play Tackle, and Guards. His downside is he is on the slow side.
SR Alexander, Kwon OLB LSU 6’1 227 4.55 24 36 10’1 9 1/4 30 1/4 Alexander has solid size, and decent speed. He is a good tackler, and doesn’t give up on plays, and has a high motor. However he does get overpowered at times.
Ball, Neiron OLB Florida 6’2 236 4.68 22 DNP DNP 9 3/8 33 5/8
SR Beasley, Vic OLB Clemson 6’3 246 4.53 35 41 10’10 9 3/8 33 1/2 Beasley has a solid frame, is a good tackler, a good pass rusher, and a good edge rusher. He doesn’t have elite pass rusher speed.
Brown, Kelby OLB Duke 6’2 230 4.64
Cudjoe-Virgil, Yannik OLB Maryland 6’2 248 4.74 25 DNP DNP 9 3/4 32 5/8
Dickson, Xzavier OLB Alabama 6’3 260 4.74 19 29.5 8’4 10 31 1/2
Ederaine, Ejiro OLB Fresno State 6’2 220
Fackrell, Kyler OLB Utah State 6’4 245 4.74
Fua, Alani OLB BYU 6’5 238 4.73 18 34.5 9’10 10 1/8 32
Grissom, Geneo OLB Oklahoma 6’3 262 4.81 20 37 9’9 10 1/4 33 3/8
Gwacham, Obum OLB Oregon State 6’5 246 10 34 3/8
SR Harold, Eli OLB Virginia 6’3 247 4.6 DNP 35 10’3 9 3/8 33 Harold is a tall edge rusher, a solid tackler, a solid pass rusher.   However he is a little on the slow side, he is also a little undersized for a DE, and gets stuffed at the line of scrimmage at times.
Hicks, Jordan OLB Texas 6’1 236 4.68 20 38 10’4 10 32
Hodges, Zach OLB Harvard 6’2 250 4.68 DNP 33.5 10’5 9 7/8 34 1/4 Hodges has solid size, is a solid tackler, and a solid pass rusher. He is a bit on the slow side, and gets stuffed at times. He also could be a product of playing lesser level of competition.
James, Cory OLB Colorado State 6’0 240 4.69
SR Kikaha, Hau’oil OLB Washington 6’2 253 4.75 DNP DNP DNP 9 5/8 32 1/2 Kikaha is a nice tall edge rusher, a solid pass rusher, and a solid tackler. He is on the slow side, and a little light to be a DE, so he is likely a OLB.
SR Mauldin, Lorenzo OLB Louisville 6’4 259 4.95 19 32 9’7 9 7/8 33 Mauldin has a solid size frame, is a solid pass rusher, and a solid tackler. He is however on the slower side, and he isn’t used to playing OLB, so he must get used to playing in coverage.
Nzeocha, Mark OLB Wyoming 6’2 232 4.56 24 DNP DNP 10 33
Otis, Norkerthius OLB North Carolina 6’1 235 4.75 Solid size frame, good tackler, good pass rusher
Robinson, Edmond OLB Newberry 6’3 245 4.61 20 37 10’1 10 1/4 34
Ryan, Jake OLB Michigan 6’2 240 4.65 20 34.5 10’0 9 3/8 31 Good tackler, run stuffer
Spaight, Martell OLB Arkansas 5’11 236 4.88 25 35 10’0 9 1/8 32 3/4
Tavai, J.R. OLB USC 6’1 249 4.88 25 35 10’0 9 1/8 31 1/2
SR Thompson, Shaq OLB Washington 6’0 228 4.91 DNP 35.5 9’9 9 1/2 33 Thompson is versatile, he played all over the field at U-Washington, has good size, is a good pass rusher, and a solid tackler. He doesn’t have the fastest speed, and gets beat by speedy players. He’s also viewed by some as not likely to be a NFL OLB, but rather a Safety in the NFL.
SR Valles, Max OLB Virginia 6’4 251 4.83 DNP 36.5 10’1 9 3/8 32 5/8 Valles has a solid size frame, is a solid tackler, and a solid pass rusher. He is however on the slow side for an edge rusher.
Vaughters, James OLB Stanford 6’2 258 4.75
Washington, Tony OLB Oregon 6’3 250 4.75
Bond, Al OT Memphis 6’4 303 5.57 22 10 1/4 33 3/8
Boyko, Brett OT UNLV 6’7 301 5.6 DNP 9 32
Clemmings, T.J. OT Pittsburgh 6’3 313 5.15 26 10 1/4 32 5/8 Clemmings has an awesome size frame, a solid pass and run blocker, and a mauler. He is however on the slow side.
Cofield, Takoby OT Duke 6’5 309 5.14 22 10 3/8 35 1/8
Collins, La’el OT LSU 6’4 310 5.19 23 10 34 Collins has an awesome size frame, solid pass, and run blocker, and a mauler. He also has the ability to play inside at Guard. He is on the slow side.
Crisp, Rob OT N.C. State 6’4 305 5.12 21 10 3/8 33 1/4
Donnal, Andrew OT Iowa 6’4 313 5.31 17 10 33 1/2
Fabuluje, Tayo OT TCU 6’6 353 5.55 DNP 9 7/8 34
Fisher, Jake OT Oregon 6’6 306 5.01 25 10 3/8 33 3/4 Fisher has an awesome size frame, a solid run, and pass blocker. He is on the slow side, but he has been a high riser. One big upside is the fact that he could move inside and play Guard.
Flowers, Ereck OT Miami(Fla.) 6’6 329 5.31 37 9 7/8 34 1/2 Flowers has awesome size, is a solid pass, and run blocker, a mauler, and an ideal Left Tackle. He is on the slow side, but that shouldn’t effect his stock.
Gibson, Laurence OT Virginia Tech 6’6 305 5.04 24 10 3/8 35 1/8
Green, Chaz OT Florida 6’5 314 5.16 21 10 7/8 33 3/8
Hamilton, Chad OT Coastal Carolina 6’2 292 DNP 9 3/8 34
Havenstein, Rob OT Wisconsin 6’7 321 5.46 16 9 7/8 33 3/4
Hickey, Sean OT Syracuse 6’5 309 5.15 35 10 1/2 32 3/4 Awesome size, solid pass and run blocker, mauler
Lefeld, Eric OT Cincinnati 6’5 309 5.22
Miller, Darrian OT Kentucky 6’5 307 5.52 29 9 3/4 33
Morse, Mitch OT Missouri 6’5 305 5.14 36 9 1/4 32 1/4
Ogbuehi, Cedric OT Texas A&M 6’5 306 5 23 10 35 7/8 Good size, good blocker, and pass protector
Peat, Andrus OT Stanford 6’7 313 5.18 DNP 10 5/8 34 3/8 Peat has awesome size, is a solid pass, and run blocker, a mauler, and to me an ideal Left Tackle. He is on the slow side though.
Poole, Terry OT San Diego State 6’5 307 5.09 25 9 1/2 33 1/4
Poutasi, Jeremiah OT Utah 6’5 335 5.32 26 9 1/2 33 1/4
Robinson, Corey OT South Carolina 6’7 324 5.35 28 10 3/4 35 5/8
Sambarilo, Ty OT Colorado State 6’6 311 5.36 23 10 33 Sambarilo has awesome size, is a solid pass, and run blocker, and a mauler. He is on the slow side, and inconsistent at times.
Scherff, Brandon OT Iowa 6’5 319 5.05 23 11 33 3/8 Scherff has a big body, good size and weight, and a good overall blocker. He is on the slow side, and may have to move inside to Guard in the NFL.
Shephard, Austin OT Alabama 6’4 315 5.39 17 10 32 7/8
Smith, Donovan OT Penn State 6’6 338 5.27 26 10 5/8 34 7/8
Thompson, Tyrus OT Oklahoma 6’3 323 5.33 25 10 1/8 33 5/8
Williams, Darryl OT Oklahoma 6’5 327 5.34 27 9 3/4 35 Williams has awesome size, a solid pass, and run blocker, and an all around mauler. He s however on the slower side.
Boone, Anthony QB Duke 6’0 231 5.03 26.5 8’4 9 5/8 31 5/6
Bridge, Brandon QB South Alabama 6’4 229 4.72 33 9’2 9 1/4 34 1/4
Carden, Shane QB East Carolina 6’2 218 4.94 29.5 8’8 9 3/4 33 1/4
Fajardo, Cody QB Nevada 6’1 223 4.63 32.5 9’10 9 1/2 31 3/8
Grayson, Garrett QB Colorado State 6’2 213 4.85 DNP DNP 10 30 Grayson is a high riser, with nice size, good accuracy, good arm strength. But he doesn’t have great speed, and some could say that he is being overhyped due to playing in a lower level FBS conference.
Halliday, Connor QB Washington State 6’3 196 4.87 DNP DNP 8 3/8 31 1/4
SR Hundley, Brett QB UCLA 6’3 226 4.63 36 10’0 10 1/2 32 1/8 Hundley has good size, has good accuracy, fits the ball into tight spots nicely, is a good scrambling QB, and has good speed. However he does tend to throw into double and triple coverage at times.
Kelly, Taylor QB Arizona State 6’2 210 4.85
Mannion, Sean QB Oregon State 6’6 229 5.14 31 8’9 9 33 1/2 Mannion has great size, and good arm strength. However he tends to over throw at times, along with not being the most accurate QB, and not having the best speed.
SR Mariota, Marcus QB Oregon 6’3 222 4.52 36 10’1 9 7/8 32 Mariota is a good accurate QB, he has good size, is great in short passes, a fast and speedy QB, good at fitting the ball into tight spots, pro ready, and dangerous with both his arm, and feet. While he doesn’t have the best accurate long ball, and he tends to hold onto the ball for too long.
Marshall, Nck QB Auburn 6’1 207 4.54 37.5 10’4 9 1/4 32 1/8
Petty, Bryce QB Baylor 6’3 230 4.87 34 10’1 10 31 7/8 Petty has good arm strength, is a decent running QB, and has decent accuracy. He does tend to over throw at times, and is under a ton of pressure.
Sims, Blake QB Alabama 5’11 218 4.57 30.5 9’7 9 31 1/2
Wilson, Travis QB Utah 6’6 240 5.08
SR Winston, Jameis QB Florida State 6’4 230 4.8 Winston has a good size frame, beautiful release, good arm strength, and good accuracy. However he tends to force throws, and over throws some passes.
SR Abdullah, Ameer RB Nebraska 5’9 205 4.6 24 42.5 10’10 8 5/8 30 Abdullah looks faster on tape than his 40 time indicates, he is a tough runner, has good vision, and is a play maker. He is undersized, and had fumble issues in college.
SR Ajayi, Jay RB Boise State 5’11 221 4.57 19 39 10’1 10 32 Ajayi is a dynamic runner, has good vision, is an all around play maker, and a TD machine. He doesn’t have the best speed, he does get stuffed at times, and he came in undersized at the combine.
Allen, Jarvorius RB USC 6’0 221 4.53 11 35.5 10’1 9 3/8 31 3/4
Artis-Payne, Cameron RB Auburn 5’10 212 4.53 DNP 36.5 9’10 8 7/8 29 5/8
Brown, Dominique RB Louisville 6’2 234 4.6 17 DNP DNP 9 1/2 32 3/8
Brown, Malcolm RB Texas 5’11 224 4.62 19 34.5 9’9 10 1/4 32 3/4
Catalon, B.J. RB TCU 5’7 186 4.57 DNP 36 9’8 9 30
Cobb, David RB Minnesota 5’11 229 4.81 17 38.5 10’1 31 5/8 Cobb has good size, is a play maker, tough runner, has good vision, and a workhorse. He however doesn’t have the best speed.
SR Coleman, Tevin RB Indiana 5’11 206 4.55 22 DNP DNP 9 3/8 32 Coleman has good size, possesses good vision, is a good runner, and a play maker. He does get stuffed at times, drops some easy passes, and doesn’t have elite speed.
Crockett, John RB North Dakota State 6’0 217 4.62 15 40 10’5 8 5/8 31
SR Davis, Mike RB South Carolina 5’9 217 4.61 17 34 9’8 9 3/4 30 1/4 Yeldon has great size, looks faster on tape than what his 40 time would indicate, is a tough runner, and has good vision. However he is not the best pass blocker, and gets stuffed at times
Drake, Kenyan RB Alabama 6’0 201 4.52
Dyer, Michael RB Louisville 5’8 218 4.58 26 34 10’0 9 3/8 30 5/8
Edwards, Jahwan RB Ball State 5’9 220 4.8 16 35.5 9’9 9 1/2 31 5/8
SR Gordon, Melvin RB Wisconsin 6’0 215 4.52 19 35 10’6 9 3/4 32 3/8 Gordon possesses good size, is a play maker, always makes something out of nothing, is a good pass, and run blocker, and a TD machine. But he doesn’t have
SR Gurley, Todd RB Georgia 6’0 222 4.5 17 DNP DNP 10 32 1/2 Gurley has good size, is a play maker, a tough runner, good blocker, and has good vision. He doesn’t posses elite breakaway speed, and he is coming off an ACL injury, so that may be of concern to some teams.
Hart, Dee RB Colorado State 5’7 199 4.8 DNP 33 9’5 9 29 3/4
Heard, Braylon RB Kentucky 5’9 198 4.63 19 30.5 9’8 9 30 1/4
Hilliard, Kenny RB LSU 6’0 226 4.83 DNP 27 9’3 9 1/4 31 1/4
Hunt, Akeem RB Purdue 5’10 183 4.42
Iosefa, Joey RB Hawaii 6’0 247 5.02 30 31.5 9’2 10 1/4 31 3/4
James, Paul RB Rutgers 6’0 210 4.62
Johnson, David RB Northern Iowa 6’1 224 4.5 25 41.5 10’7 9 5/8 31 1/4 Johnson has great size, good speed, a tough runner, and has good vision. However maybe playing for a lower level school could make his stats look better than they are.
SR Johnson, Duke RB Miami(Fla.) 5’9 207 4.54 DNP 33.5 10’1 9 1/4 30 5/8 Johnson has great vision, he looks faster on tape than what his 40 time indicates, is a play maker, a great pass catching back, and a tough runner. He is an undersized back, and he has issues holding onto the ball
Johnson, Gus RB Stephen F. Austin 5’9 215 4.7 26 36.5 10’0 9 1/8 29 5/8
Jones, Matt RB Florida 6’2 231 4.61 20 31.5 9’4 8 5/8 32
Langford, Jeremy RB Michigan State 6’0 208 4.42 DNP 34.5 9’10 8 3/4 31 1/2
Magee, Terrence RB LSU 5’8 213 4.57 22 37 9’7 9 30
Marshall, Byron RB Oregon 5’9 201 4.47
Marshall, Keith RB Georgia 5’11 219 4.49
Murphy, Marcus RB Missouri 5’8 193 4.61 11 29 9’1 8 5/8 31
Rawls, Thomas RB Central Michigan 5’9 215 4.65 15 35.5 9’8 9 1/2 30 3/4
Robinson, Josh RB Mississippi State 5’7 217 4.7 21 32 9’5 10 1/8 29 3/4
Scheuerman, Ross RB Lafayette 5’11 204 4.62 15 33 10’1 8 3/4 30
Williams, Karlos RB Florida State 6’0 230 4.48 16 33.5 9’9 9 3/4 33
Williams, Trey RB Texas A&M 5’7 195 4.49 18 33.5 9’11 8 1/4 29 7/8
SR Yeldon, T.J. RB Alabama 6’1 226 4.61 22 36 9’9 9 31 5/8 Great size frame, good speed, tough runner, good vision
Zenner, Zach RB South Dakota State 5’11 223 4.6 25 41 10’1 9 5/8 32
Carter, Sam S TCU 6’1 215 4.65
Dowling, Jon S West Virginia 6’1 200
Harvey-Clemons, Josh S Georgia 6’4 212 4.64
McDonald, Tevin S Eastern Washington 5’11 195 4.63 19 33 9’4 9 29 3/4
Moore, Corey S Georgia 6’2 214 4.62
Sample, James S Louisville 6’2 209 4.56 DNP 32.5 10’3 9 1/2 32
Amos, Adrian SS Penn State 6’0 218 4.56 DNP 35.5 10’2 9 1/8 32 1/4
Campbell, Ibraheim SS Northwestern 5’11 208 4.59 23 DNP DNP 10 1/4 30 3/8
SR Collins, Landon SS Alabama 6’0 228 4.53 DNP 35 10’0 9 3/8 31 1/2 Collins has solid size, a hard hitter, a solid tackler, and also a special teams standout. He doesn’t have the best speed.
Geathers, Clayton SS Central Florida 6’1 218 4.55 22 37 10’0 9 1/8 31 5/8
Jarrett, Kyshoen SS Virginia Tech 5’9 200 4.57 21 33 9’1 9 3/4 31
Marlowe, Dean SS James Madison 6’1 203 4.58 16 33.5 9’8 8 3/4 31
Richards, Jordan SS Stanford 5’10 211 4.65 13 32 9’3 9 3/8 32 1/2 Decent speed, decent size for a SS
Anderson, Rory TE South Carolina 6’5 244 4.75 DNP DNP 8 3/4 32 1/4
Bibbs, E.J. TE Iowa State 6’2 258 4.75 20 DNP 10 1/4 31 1/8
Boyle, Nick TE Delaware 6’4 268 4.8 20 9’4 10 3/8 33 3/8 Boyle has great size, is a good blocker, and, a decent pass catcher. His downside is his speed, and that he played against lower level competition.
Burton, Clay TE Florida 6’4 248 4.76
Christian, Gerald TE Louisville 6’3 244 4.87 28 DNP 10 3/4 33 3/8
Clear, Cameron TE Texas A&M 6’6 277 4.98 DNP 9’0 9 5/8 33 5/8
Derby, A.J. TE Arkansas 6’4 255 5.14 15 DNP 9 1/2 30 1/2
Heuerman, Jeff TE Ohio State 6’5 254 4.75 26 DNP 10 1/8 33 1/4 Heuerman is a nice prospect, he has great size, is a good blocker, and good pass catcher. He isn’t the fastest, but that shouldn’t hurt his stock.
SR James, Jesse TE Penn State 6’7 261 4.83 26 10’1 9 3/8 33 James has awesome size, a good pass catcher, and a good run, and pass blocker. But with many TEs, James is on the slow side.
SR Koyack, Ben TE Notre Dame 6’5 255 4.75 DNP DNP 10 3/4 32 5/8 Koyack has great size, is a good run, and pass blocker, and proved that he can be a good pass catcher. However he did get pushed around at the line of scrimmage at times, and isn’t the fastest TE.
Kroft, Tyler TE Rutgers 6’6 246 4.8 17 DNP 9 5/8 33
SR O’Leary, Nick TE Florida State 6’3 252 4.93 21 9’2 9 3/8 29 3/4 O’Leary has solid size, is a good pass catcher, and a good run, and pass blocker. He did run some wrong routes in college, and isn’t the fastest TE.
Pruitt, MyCole TE Southern Illlinois 6’2 251 4.58 17 9”10 10 1/4 33 1/2
Rome, Jay TE Georgia 6’3 248 4.65 DNP 9’11 9 5/8 32
Saxton, Wes TE South Alabama 6’5 245 4.84 DNP 9’6 11 33 1/3
Sifrin, Jean TE Umass 6’4 250 4.77 20 DNP 9 5/8 33 1/2
Telfer, Randall TE USC 6’6 263 4.75 19 9’2 10 32 7/8
Tomlinson, Eric TE UTEP 6’5 262 4.92
Uzomah, C.J. TE Auburn 6’5 264 4.75
Vogler, Brian TE Alabama 6’7 263 5
SR Walford, Clive TE Miami(Fla.) 6’4 251 4.79 20 10’0 10 1/4 34 Walford has great size, is a solid blocker, a good run blocker, a good pass catcher, fights for extra yards, and fights for the ball. He is however a slower TE.
SR Williams, Maxx TE Minnesota 6’5 249 4.78 17 9’9 10 3/8 33 1/2 Williams has great size, is a solid blocker, a good pass catcher, fights for extra yards, and fights for the ball. Only downside is that he is on the slow side.
Agholor, Nelson WR USC 6’1 198 4.42 12 DNP DNP 9 1/4 32 1/4 Agholor is a high riser, with reports suggesting he could go as high as Top 15, he has nice size, a good pass catcher, and has really good speed. His question marks is he doesn’t seem to like contact.
Alford, Mario WR West Virginia 5’8 180 4.43 13 34 10’1 9 3/8 31 1/4
Anderson, Dres WR Utah 6’1 187 4.55 13 DNP DNP 9 3/8 31 5/8
Bell, Kenny WR Nebraska 6’1 197 4.42 7 41.5 10’9 9 1/4 31 5/8
Brown, Da’Ron WR Northern Illinois 6’0 205 4.54 17 37 10’0 10 1/4 32
Clay, Kaelin WR Utah 5’9 195 4.51 10 33 9’5 9 30 7/8
SR Coates, Sammie WR Auburn 6’1 212 4.43 23 41 10’11 9 3/8 33 3/8 Coates has solid size, has great speed, is a dynamic play maker, a great deep threat, and a great overall weapon. He does have issues with dropping passes, is inconsistent at times, and he could be described as a developmental prospect, as he needs more developing.
Conley, Chris WR Georgia 6’1 213 4.35 18 45 11’7 9 7/8 33 3/4
SR Cooper, Amari WR Alabama 6’0 211 4.42 DNP 33 10’0 10 31 1/2 Cooper has good size, really good speed, is a dynamic play maker, a decent blocker, great pass catcher, and ready for the NFL. I honestly see no flaws for him.
Daniels, Davaris WR Notre Dame 6’1 201 4.62 13 37 10’2 9 31 1/4 Great size, and speed, makes tough catches, good blocker
Davis, Devante WR UNLV 6’2 220 4.57 16 35.5 9’7 9 1/2 32 3/8
Davis, Geremy WR Connecticut 6’2 216 4.58 23 36.5 10’4 9 1/2 32 1/4
Davis, Titus WR Central Michigan 6’0 196 4.51 DNP 32.5 9’11 8 1/4 29 5/8
Diggs, Stefon WR Maryland 6’0 195 4.46 DNP 35 9’7 10 31 1/4
Dorsett, Phillip WR Miami(Fla.) 5’9 185 4.33 13 37 10’2 9 3/8 30 1/4 Dorsett has great speed, has good hands, is a good pass catcher, and can return kicks/punts. His down side is that he is undersized, and has had some durability issues.
SR Funchess, Devin WR Michigan 6’4 232 4.7 17 38.5 10’2 9 3/4 33 1/2 Funchess has great size, is a great deep threat, a play maker, versatile, as he can play WR and TE, a god pass catcher, and a good blocker. Because he started out as a TE, he doesn’t have the ideal WR speed, which could cause him to move back to TE in the NFL.
Gardner, Devin WR Michigan 6’4 218 4.62
Goodley, Antwan WR Baylor 5’10 209 4.44 DNP DNP DNP 9 1/4 30 3/4 Really good speed, good pass catcher, play maker
SR Green-Beckham, Dorial WR Oklahoma 6’5 237 4.49 13 33.5 9’11 9 32 1/2 Green-Beckham has great size, good speed, is a good pass catcher, a deep threat, and an overall play maker. His only problem is he was kicked off the Missouri football team, and didn’t play at all in 2014.
Greenberry, Deontay WR Houston 6’3 200 4.55
SR Greene, Rashad WR Florida State 5’11 182 4.53 DNP 36.5 10’2 9 31 5/8 Greene is a versatile WR, as he is a solid return man, a play maker, and a solid pass catcher. However he is a bit on the light size, and doesn’t have the greatest speed.
Hall, Rannell WR Central Florida 6’0 198 4.6 16 41 11’0 8 5/8 30 1/2
SR Hardy, Justin WR East Carolina 5’10 192 4.56 11 36.5 9’8 10 32 1/8 Hardy is a great pass catcher, a solid route runner, and always makes plays. He however isn’t the biggest WR, and isn’t the fastest WR.
Harper, Josh WR Fresno State 6’0 191 4.64 13 32 9’0 8 3/4 30 7/8
Jones, Christion WR Alabama 5’11 182 4.63 8 32.5 9’11 9 30
Lewis, Dezmin WR Central Arkansas 6’3 214 4.58 16 33.5 9’11 9 7/8 32 1/2
Lippett, Tony WR Michigan State 6’2 192 4.62 10 36 9’6 9 7/8 32 3/4
Lockett, Tyler WR Kansas State 5’9 182 4.4 DNP 35.5 10’1 8 3/8 30 Lockett is a high riser, he has really good speed, is a good pass catcher, and a good option as a returner. However he is undersized.
Long, Deon WR Maryland 5’11 192 4.51 12 34 10’0 9 1/2 31
Luckett, Donatella WR Harding 5’11 211 4.65 17 34 9’10 9 1/4 31
Mayle, Vince WR Washington State 6’2 224 4.67 DNP 35.5 9’9 9 31 3/4
McBride, Tre WR William & Mary 6’0 210 4.41 16 38 10’2 9 32 1/8
Mitchell, Malcolm WR Georgia 6’1 190 4.52
Montgomery, Ty WR Stanford 5’11 221 4.55 DNP 40.5 10’1 10 1/8 31 Great speed, can return kicks/punts, solid blocker, good pass catcher
Mumphery, Keith WR Michigan State 5’11 215 4.54 DNP 32.5 10’1 9 1/8 31 1/8
Nelson, J.J. WR UAB 5’10 158 4.28 DNP 36 10’7 8 1/4 31 1/8
SR Parker, DeVante WR Louisville 6’2 209 4.45 17 36.5 10’5 9 1/4 33 1/4 Parker has good size, good speed, gets open easily, beat 1-on-1 coverage, is a good pass catcher, and a play maker. He isn’t overly fast, but not many other flaws.
Peake, Charone WR Clemson 6’2 205 4.42
Perriman, Breshad WR Central Florida 6’2 212 4.5 DNP DNP DNP 9 1/4 32 Perriman is a high riser, he has great size, good speed, good pass catcher. But his high rise could be a product of having such a great combine and pro day.
Ruffin, Ezell WR San Diego State 5’11 218 4.68 17 27.5 9’2 8 3/4 31 1/8
Smelter, DeAndre WR Georgia Tech 6’2 226 4.58 DNP DNP DNP 11 32 5/8
Smith, Devin WR Ohio State 6’0 196 4.42 10 39 10’2 9 31 Smith has solid size, really good speed, is a solid pass catcher, and a play maker. However he has tough time running routes, but he should be able to prove upon that in the NFL.
SR Strong, Jaelen WR Arizona State 6’2 217 4.44 DNP 42 10’3 9 32 1/2 Strong has great size, is a play maker, great pass catcher, gets open easily, and beats double coverage. Even though he had a great 40 time at the combine, he just doesn’t seem that fast in pads.
Waller, Darren WR Georgia Tech 6’6 238 4.46 12 37 10’5 9 33 1/4
White, DeAndrew WR Alabama 5’11 193 4.44 DNP 34.5 9’10 9 1/8 31
SR White, Kevin WR West Virginia 6’2 215 4.35 23 36.5 10’3 9 1/4 32 5/7 White has great size, great speed, a polished WR, dynamic WR, good pass catcher, and a good blocker. Also not many flaws in his game.
Williams, Kasen WR Washington 6’3 217 4.55 Great size, and good speed. Makes great catches, even in double coverage
Crowder, Jamison WR Duke 5’8 185 4.56 10 37 9’7 8 3/4 30 3/8 Crowder is faster on tape than what his 40 time would indicate, he is a solid pass catcher, a good route runner, and a solid return man. He is undersized though.
Worthy, Cam WR East Carolina 6’2 211 33 1/2 12 DNP DNP 10 1/8 33 1/2