Therrian Fontenot/CB/7/4Sr: Tremendous athlete with excellent size\speed numbers but a marginal football player yet to translate his natural skills onto the field. Turned in a disappointing senior campaign.Logan Mankins/T/74/5Sr: Nice sized blocker who opens holes for the running game. Collegiate tackle that may project to guard at the next level. Intelligent and tough but a limited athlete.
Brian Morris/LB/55/6Sr: Collegiate defensive end who projects to linebacker at the next level. Nice size, speed and tenacity also showing the ability to drop into coverage as a three-point stance. Must answer durability questions and prove he can play off the line of scrimmage.Paul Pinegar/QB/13/4Jr: Heady signal caller with a nice feel the position yet a marginal athlete with only average physical skills.
Claude Sanders/FDE/47/5Sr: Undersized defensive end with excellent size\speed numbers for the linebacker position. Makes a lot of plays in the offensive backfield yet must prove he can be used in space.Stephen Spach/TE/49/5Sr: Reliable pass catcher with limited speed and marginal upside for the next level.
Mark Wood/TE/82/5Sr: Solid athlete with good sized/speed numbers for the position yet a marginal prospect who rarely makes plays on the field.
Darryl Blackstock/OLB/56/3Jr: Explosive outside linebacker turning into a three down defender. Forces the action up the field and improving his abilities to play in space.Ahmad Brooks/ILB/34/3So: Complete defender and forceful three down linebacker. Will grab the top slot at his position should he enter April's draft.
Elton Brown/G/61/4Sr: Massive blocker with tremendous power as well as the ability to engulf opponents. Opens big holes for the running game yet coming off a poor senior campaign which has hurts his draft stock.Brad Butler/T/69/3Jr: Solid run blocking strong side tackle with the abilities to play at the next level.
Chris Canty/DE/95/5Sr: One of the better two gap lineman available in April's draft. Strong, stout at the point and makes a lot of plays up the field. Blew his knee out early in the season and presently on the sidelines.Patrick Estes/TE/87/4Sr: Big, powerful blocking tight end who plays almost as a sixth lineman.
D'Brickashaw Ferguson/T/66/3Jr: Naturally gifted blocker with great upside the next level. Excels in pass protection yet has improved his run blocking skills. And though we think some are just a little over enthused about him, a prospect that will go very high in next April's draft if he declares.Dennis Haley/OLB/45/5Sr: Hard working defender with the size and speed to be used on the weak side.
Jermaine Hardy/S/36/4Sr: Aggressive safety best defending the run. Possesses marginal size for centerfield with pass cover skills that could be best characterized as barely adequate.Andrew Hoffman/DT/60/5Sr: Active defensive lineman who makes a lot of plays against the run. Strong and clogs the middle but possesses a poor size\speed numbers for the next level.
Wali Lundy/RB/33/3Jr: Quick ball carrier that is also a solid pass catcher out of the backfield. Patient but only marginal skills outside of tackle.Michael McGrew/WR/88/5Sr: Possession receiver whose game does not have any single outstanding trait. Best shot would be as a fifth wide out at the next level.
Heath Miller/TE/89/4Jr: Athletic safety with outstanding size\speed numbers. Productive pass catcher physical in all aspects of his game.Kai Parham/OLB/3So: Athletic linebacker who must refine his game and become more efficient on the field.
Alvin Pearman/RB/21/4Sr: Hard working utility back that does a lot of things well. Stands out as a pass catcher.Marquis Weeks/S/5/5Sr: Nice sized safety that did a solid job during his first season in the secondary. Good upside for the next level as his game progresses.