Who do we take? This is an exercise to talk about the unknowns. With 3 7th rounders and most likely 3 more comp picks, what guys would you want to bring into camp? Here is the 6 I would take a look at(my mock is not up to date).
DE ) Larry Webster, CBS, Bloomsburg
I'm not sure he will be around as a 7th. After blowing up the combine he could get a team to bite on him as early as the 5th, with the 6th being extremely realistic. He has shown incredible athleticism. He needs to add some upper body muscle. But overall, he looks the part of an NFL DE. He has pro bloodlines.
OLB ) ,Howard Jones, NFL.com, Shepherd
Another small school guy, like Webster, that blew up the combine. At 6'2 235lbs he is most likely too small to be a DE. But he is a straight line speed rusher. As a flyer in the 7th, if a 3-4 team doesn't grab him sooner, he would be intriguing to at least try to find a position for.
CB ) Walt Aikens, NFL.com, Liberty (Illinois)
He has great size and speed (4.42). He is a character concern guy. He was arrested for stealing electronics from a dorm room while at Illinois and kicked off the team by coach Zook. He transferred to Liberty and destroyed WR's at that level. I don't like the Bleacher Report, but their write up was pretty good, Bleacher Report on Walt Aikens.
ILB ) Glenn Carson, NFLDraftScout.com, Penn State University
He has been very unheralded for unknown reasons. Everything I have seen, read, or watched shows he has the ability to be a starter in the NFL. He is quick to diagnose a play and is a sure tackler. His biggest weakness, if it even is one, is his coverage. And even at that, he is better in coverage than 70% of the other ILB's coming out this year. Oh and he comes from Linebacker University!
OG ) John Urschel, NFL.com, Penn State University
The smartest guy coming out of college most likely. He does not possess the best athleticism but he more than makes up for it in football smarts. He is a real scrapper. This is a developmental guy to work in at center and guard. This late in the game he is more than worth taking a look at.
WR ) Quincy Enunwa, CBS, Nebraska
He is big. He is fast. He set records on a team that only runs. At 6'2" 225lbs and a 4.45 forty, sign me up. But this young man can play. He runs very good routes. He is great at the sideline. He is the type of player that could be a huge success as a 7th round steal.
PS. Check out my pet cat QB's : Keith Wenning from Ball state and Casey Pachall from TCU.