By popular request OT will get first nod and DL will get the next.
1. OL Ciron Black Tiger
He can compete with Brewster and Free to be the heir apparent to either tackle spot, and has ideal size to be a very good guard. He sort of reminds me of a shorter version of Flo sans the penalties. If Anthony Davis comes out then he may be an option here.
2. DE Jared Odrick Nittany Lion
Great motor and plays the run very well. I also think he is a better pass rusher than he gets credit for. Duke's Vince Oghobaase is also supposed to be a very talented D-lineman, so he might get consideration here as well. However, Vince has had an injury plague season, so I'm not sure how that is going to affect his draft status.
3. NT Dan Williams Volunteer
Fills up space and has a high motor. May be a little underrated.
4. CB/Returner Walter Thurmond III Duck
Will provide depth in the secondary and can contribute as a return man.
5. C/G Reggie Stephens Cyclone
One of the biggest centers in the country at 330 lbs.
6. OT Jared Veldheer Charger
Extremely athletic and physically imposing small school prospect at 6'8 320. He supposedly runs the 40 in 4.8. He is this year's Joel Bell, although Joel Bell didn't end up getting drafted...
7. FS/SS Jordan Lake Bear
Not very athletic but he is well built and a good tackler. He would be at the very least be a good special teams player.
Couple of Notes:
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A small school NT weighing 355 lbs at 6'1. I also noticed he has two sacks this season for a 6 and 7 yard loss and a couple of pass deflections. Depending how he looks at his pro day he may be worth a late round pick.