DarrellShropshire Posted April 13, 2015 Share Posted April 13, 2015 1) Randy Gregory LEO Nebraska - Gregory has the highest upside of any Edge Rusher in this class. A coach like Quinn could turn him into a prennial All-Pro. He is so fluid in his movement, and has a ridiculous burst. He has a freakishly long frame, with plent of room to add 15-20 lbs. Is active at the LOS, batting passes and setting the edge. Another 'pillar' pick for TD and Co.2) Eric Rowe DB Utah - Exceptional length, coupled with great quickness. Could start at CB or FS, and would bring a lot of versatility to the secondary. Great at jamming receivers, and has great tackling technique. Would be able to keep our options open with Southward, due to both potentially being either long term CB's or the FS of the future. Gives receivers absolute fits.3) Clive Walford TE Miami (FL) - Best blocking TE in this class, but also is a threat downfield. Polished routes for a TE. Big, soft hands that allow rarely dropped balls. Has underrated game speed. Very versatile TE. Reminds me of a young Alge Crumpler, with a higher ceiling.4) David Johnson RB Northern Iowa - Big, powerful RB that can run ousted or in between the tackles. Great fit for the ZBS. Most impressive asset is his natural ability as a pass catcher. Big, stron hands, that could even lineup at the LOS as a WR. Polished route runner for a RB.5) Max Valles DE Virginia - Not many have the potential that Valles does. Extremely you, but also very productive. Is very underrated at dropping into coverage. Big, long frame, that could add plenty of weight. Perfect compliment to Gregory, and could be seen as the long term LDE down the road. Showed flashes of utter dominance at UVA. Can line-up inside or outside.6) Shaq Mason LG Georgia Tech - Is a force in the running game, and the Ony real knock is his height. Extremely athletic, and a perfect fit for the ZBS. Not taking a LG early, would allow us to see if we already have our starting LG on the team, due to the OL friendly ZBS.7) Mario Alford WR West Virginia - Small, but plays a lot bigger. Great hands, and exceptional quickness. Polished route runner that brings a lot of speed to the WR group. Very competitive.7) Devin Gardner QB/WR Michigan - Could be a WR or QB project, a project nonetheless. Has great size and sudden quickness. Could be a backup to Matt Ryan down the road, with read option capabilities. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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