1 – STL: Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State (Blackmon) Adams is a huge tackle at 6’7′ 325lbs. Athletic for his size. Comes with off-field issues. Failed drug test at combine could cause him to slide further.
2 – IND: Rueben Randle, WR, LSU (Luck) Big target at 6’4′. Decent route runner. Doesn’t have elite speed. Should be great at the next level with Reggie Wayne to learn from.
3 – MIN: Devon Still, DT, Penn State (Kalil) Still is a big run stuffing tackle. Not much of a pass rusher but he can move the pocket.
4 – TB: Lavonte David, OLB, Nebraska (Morris) David doesn’t have great height at 6’0′ But his on-field playmaking skills make you forget about that. Excellent open field tackler.
6 – JAX: Bobby Massie, OT, Mississippi (Cox) At 6’6′ 310 he has excellent size to play left tackle. two year starter. Massie could play the blindside.
7 – STL: Zach Brown, OLB, North Carolina Brown is one of the best athletes in the is draft. Not a great tackler.
8 – CAR: Chandler Jones, DE, Syracuse (Floyd) There’s a lot of talk or jones rising. Teams love his size and athletic ability. He has two brothers who are professional athletes.
9 – BUF: Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina (Reiff) Jeffery is a big wide receiver. Has lost weight and is in better shape than his senior year. His weight needs to be closely watched for him to succeed.
10 – MIA: Kelechi Osemele, OG, Iowa State (Tannehill) Played tackle at Iowa state. Big body. May move inside to guard. Could play right tackle if needed.
11 – SEA: Josh Robinson, CB, UCF (DeCastro) Robinson is one of the fastest players in the draft. 10 career INT’s. Has played well against top competition.
13 – DAL: Kendall Reyes, DT, Connecticut (Barron) Reyes wil play end in the Dallas system. Shows big play ability. inconsistent motor at times.
14 – PHI: Jared Crick, DT, Nebraska (Gilmore) Crick can give the Eagles on versatility. Can play end or tackle. high motor player. 20 sacks in 42 games.
15 – NYJ: Harrison Smith, SS, Notre Dame (Ingram) Smith is very fast and loves to hit. His pass coverage skills are good but could get better. He’ll be able to cover ends and slot receivers with his combination of size and speed. Good character guy. Has pro bowl caliber in the future.
16 – NE: Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall (Hightower) Curry had a very productive career at Marshall. Hard working team captain. Tallied up 26.5 sacks. Curry would play a role like Mark Anderson and Andre Carter did a year ago. Solid speed and good size.
17 – SD: Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State (Mercilus) Sanders can play left tackle in the NFL. He is big with room to get bigger and more athletic. Started 50 of 53 games at FSU.
18 – CHI: Jeff Allen, OT, Illinois (Coples) 4 year starter. Could play right tackle of guard. Good size.
19 – PHI: Shea McClellin, DE, Boise State High motor player. Relentless pass rusher. Doesn’t wrap up all the time.
20 – TEN: Amini Silatolu, OG, Midwestern State (Kirkpatrick) see https://fantasybuzz.net/2012/04/22/getting-to-know-the-small-school-prospects-part-2-5/ for write up
21 – CIN: David Wilson, RB, Virginia Tech (Wright) Wilson comes out a year early with one year as the starter. He ran for 1,709 yard in that season. Went from 4 fumbles in 2010 to just 1 a year ago. Not a big back but should be able to handle a big work load.
22 – DET: Trumaine Johnson, CB, Montana (Martin) see https://fantasybuzz.net/2012/04/22/getting-to-know-the-small-school-prospects-part-2-5/ for write up
24 – PIT: Lamar Miller, RB, Miami (Poe) Miller comes out after two season. He doesn’t have a lot of miles on him. Production at Miami wasn’t
25 – DEN: Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia (Worthey) Boykin is a very athletic and versatile corner. Will help the return game. Not very big at 5’9′ 185lbs.
26 – HOU: Ronnell Lewis, OLB, Oklahoma (Hill)Houston deepens the inside linebacker position after trading Ryans to Philly. Lewis had 446 tackles in his career at Oklahoma. Could add some weight.
27 – GB: LaMichael James, RB, Oregon (Perry) Small speedy back. Put up huge numbers at Oregon. He had 51 receptions in 3 seasons.
28 – BAL: Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers (Konz) Sanu can do many things. He has played QB, returned kicks and played wide receiver.
the run. Clogs up space. Quicker and more athletic that you would think for a 335 pounder.
30 – NE: Derek Wolfe, DT, Cincinnati (Jenkins) The Patriots went back to back runningbacks a year ago. In round two they grab their second pass rushing end. Wolf is a high motor player. Team leader at Cincy. Big enough to move to tackle on passing downs. 19.5 career sacks.
31 – NYG: Josh Norman, CB, Coastal Carolina (Martin) see https://fantasybuzz.net/2012/04/20/getting-to-know-the-small-school-prospects-part-1-11/ for info