1. Ndamukong Suh DT, Nebraska- Simply said about his senior year: Dominant.
2. Gerald McCoy DT, Oklahoma- High motor tackle can play in either 3-4 or 4-3.
3. Eric Berry S, Tennessee- Drawing comparisons to Ed Reed.
4. Jimmy Clausen QB, Notre Dame- Out of pro-style offense, but a franchise QB?
5. Joe Haden CB, Florida- Top CB, has speed and can be left on an island.
6. Rolando McClain LB, Alabama- Butkus Award winner, intelligent and vocal leader for a defense.
7. Sam Bradford QB, Oklahoma- Deadly accurate, but how will shoulder work out?
8. Russell Okung OT, Oklahoma State- Just about everything you look for in franchise tackle.
9. Dez Bryant WR, Oklahoma State- Have heard rumblings that he’s as good as Crabtree, can make every catch.
10. Derrick Morgan DE, Georgia Tech- Highly productive and athletic, good against run and pass.
11. CJ Spiller RB, Clemson- Speedy back, great return skills, but may need to be in a 2 back backfield.
12. Earl Thomas S, Texas- A little undersized, but great in coverage and against the run.
13. Anthony Davis OT, Rutgers- An elite run blocker, great size, average pass protector.
14. Damian Williams WR, USC- Great route runner and great hands, not many weaknesses in his game.
15. Jason Pierre-Paul DE, USF- Loads of potential, super athletic, and rushes passer very well, but a one year wonder?
16. Carlos Dunlap DE, Florida- Character and work ethic issues drop him down, but he’s a producer from DE.
17. Bruce Campbell OT, Maryland- Some injury concerns, great pass blocker, but average run blocker.
18. Dan Williams DT, Tennessee- Like Robert Ayers last year, this Vol greatly improved his stock and could ride it to a 1st round selection.
19. Everson Griffen DE, USC- Is raw, but has experience as a rush linebacker and defensive end.
20. Mike Iupati OG, Idaho- Had a strong showing at the Senior Bowl as well, but had already solidified himself as a top 25 best overall prospect.
21. Bryan Bulaga OT, Iowa- The Big 10 Offensive Lineman of the Year is a great pass blocker and has prototypical size for a franchise left tackle.
22. Sean Weatherspoon OLB, Missouri- Has the skills to be a top LB in the NFL, players rallied around him at Senior Bowl.
23. Brandon Graham DE/OLB, Michigan- Tremendous showing at Senior Bowl; in mold of Lamarr Woodley
24. Jermaine Gresham TE, Oklahoma- Injured all last season, but is still top TE prospect in 2010.
25. Trent Williams OT, Oklahoma- Will he be asked to play left or right tackle? He’s better at right, but was still 1st Team All-America at LT senior year.
26. Brian Price DT, UCLA- Doesn’t have any room to get bigger, but a strong junior season.
27. Jerry Hughes OLB, TCU- Great pass rusher, needs to get better in coverage, but is a hard worker.
28. Taylor Mays S, USC- Extremely physical player, but whiffs on too many tackles and doesn’t have the greatest coverage skills.
29. Donovan Warren CB, Michigan- Still looks like second best cornerback this year, even with Kyle Wilson closing fast.
30. Jared Odrick DT, Penn State- Has a nonstop motor, but when double teamed, he disappears.
31. Kyle Wilson CB, Boise State- Stock is on fire right now, he can become a lock for the first round if he has a good combine.
32. Arrelious Benn WR, Illinois- Stats look bad, but that’s because of Juice. Benn is much better than he appeared his senior year.
33. Brandon LaFell WR, LSU- Some say he may be overrated, but I feel he belongs in the first round.
34. Charles Brown OT, USC- Converted from tight end, a little light, but is very athletic.
35. Jonathan Dwyer RB, Georgia Tech- Coming from the strange offense at Tech, Dwyer didn’t do much blocking or pass catching, but can be a number one back.
36. Golden Tate WR, Notre Dame- Will need to work on route running, but is a great athlete and pass catcher.
37. Terrence Cody DT, Alabama- Mount Cody takes up so much space, but is only a 2 down player.
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