Rd1: Calvin Pryor S, Louisville- Probably the second best safety in the class behind Clinton-Dix. Is a great tackler who also has great speed and coverage skills. He also has very good ball skills. Had a great second half of the season.
Rd2: Jordan Matthews WR, Vanderbilt- Big receiver at 6 3" put up good numbers even in the SEC with an average QB. Has great ball skills, wins on most contested throws and is a good blocker. Speed isn't great but isn't bad either.
Rd3: Stan Jean-Baptiste CB. Nebraska- excels in press coverage. Has great speed and size at 6 2" and is a natural with the ball in the air due largely to the fact that he was a converted WR. Is a little raw probably since he's new to the position but is also a willing tackler. Has great potential too.
Rd4- Dan McCullers NT Tenessee- Huge guy at 6 7" 348lbs. Not a good pass rusher but is a well above average run stopper. Conditioning is somewhat of a question but is very durable and could come right in and fill a need at NT right away.
Rd5- Dri Archer RB Kent state- A lot like Deanthony Thomas. Super versatile could play as a WR as well as RB. Really small guy at 5 8" 180 but possesses great speed (will probably run 4.3 or 4.4) great agility and acceleration. Also great return guy on kicks or punts.
Rd5- Anthony Steen OG Alabama- Good value here. Good run blocker with also great toughness. Below average as a pass blocker but has the potential to develop into a great run blocker and average pass blocker.
Rd7- Dion Bailey OLB USC- very undersized at 6 foot 210 but has ridiculous potential. Has a frame to add at least 20 pounds but has ridiculous speed(4.5 40) and has the potential to improve as a run stopper which he is already good at and could become a great pass rusher. Still a late round project.