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Top 50 Pre Combine List 2-26-19

Updated: 03/03/2019 6:01PM ET

1. Nick Bosa*
DE, Ohio State
HT: 6040 |  WT: 265 |  40: 4.75
Three-year rotating starter from Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Voted the 2017 Big 10 Conference Smith-Brown Defensive Lineman of the Year and first-team All-America. He led the Buckeyes in tackles for loss with 16 and a team high eight sacks. Opened the 2018 season winning the Bednarik Player of the Week with his two sacks, two fumble recoveries, and a touchdown versus Oregon State. The game changing pass rusher was the team leading tackler and recorded 29 tackles for loss, good for 154 negative yards and 17.5 sacks in his career before a muscle core injury in the TCU game required surgery. Brother Joey and dad John were both first round selections with Joey gathering NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year honors in 2016 for the Chargers. Nick has his brother’s hand quickness using solid hand placement, quick punch, stab and arm extension to control the blocker with his strong hands and long arms. Has jackrabbit quickness off the ball.
2. Quinnen Williams*
DT, Alabama
HT: 6040 |  WT: 295 |  40: 5.10
A third year sophomore. Was a package defender last year and wasn’t on anyone’s radar until 2018. The All-American has now put himself into the elite top tier and there is buzz he could be tops overall depending on who is picking at that spot. He moves a lot like Sheldon Rankins. Explosive, quick, and slippery. He has looked downright unstoppable several times this year and it appears the best is still ahead of him.
3. Josh Allen
OLB, Kentucky
HT: 6047v |  WT: 250v |  40: 4.65v
Three-year starter from Montclair NJ. A versatile outside linebacker prospect with outstanding size for the position along with good overall athletic ability. Shows quickness at the snap as an edge rusher along with the change of direction skill necessary to play in space. Normally lines up on the edge in a two point stance but has also aligned on a slot outside the box. He is an every-down player who is primarily used as a pass rusher in sub-packages. Shows a quick first step up field and can bend and squeeze to get around the corner. Closes with a burst creating pressure on the quarterback. Adept at using his hands to attack a blocker and has a variety of moves to get free. Allen shows up well in flat coverage showing the speed to play backs on flat routes and react to receivers in short zones. Not used often in coverage but shows the ability to be a factor.
4. Dwayne Haskins*
QB, Ohio State
HT: 6030 |  WT: 220 |  40: 4.75
First-year starter as a red-shirt sophomore from Potomac, MD. Last year, JT Barrett’s backup hit on 40 of 57 passes good for 565 yards and four scores. In 2018 the right handed passer threw for 4831 yards, 9.1 yards per attempt, 50 TDs & 8 Ints. The ex Buckeye completed 70% of his passes.Throws to a variety of future NFL receivers like Parris Campbell, KJ Hill, Terry McLaurin, and Austin Mack among others.. The fluid athlete steps up in the pocket and throws a velocity-filled bullet downfield hitting a receiver in stride. His poise is remarkable.
5. Christian Wilkins
DT, Clemson
HT: 6030 |  WT: 300 |  40: 5.00
Three-year starter from Springfield, MA is likely the most versatile member of the Tigers’ fearsome foursome defensive front of Clelin Ferrell, Dexter Lawrence, and Austin Bryant. The highly decorated athlete and scholar. The 2018 William V. Campbell Trophy winner (graduated in 2 ½ years) has started at defensive end and tackle and corralled 246 tackles, 40 tackles for loss, 15.5 sacks, 54 quarterback pressures, 16 pass breakups, 4 fumble recoveries, and 2 caused fumbles in his career.
6. Byron Murphy*
CB, Washington
HT: 5110 |  WT: 182 |  40: 4.49
Elite corner prospect with experience in a variety of coverage and technique with the ability to excel in all phases. Outstanding footwork shows up with short space redirection skill and quickness mirroring cuts in man to man. Disrupts routes in press coverage with off- hand jam. Has the speed to play vertical routes up the field and can cut off route breaks. Skilled at breaking up passes when in phase. Has good hands for the interception and gets to the high point. Very aware zone player both as a hard corner and deep outside quarter or third. Plays with good pacing on his pedal and maintains a proper cushion. Quickly recognizes route combinations and is sudden reacting on the throw. Physical playing the run with good take on and shed ability on the perimeter. Solid fundamental tackling skill consistently making plays in space. Does not shy away from contact.
7. Devin White*
IB, LSU
HT: 6010 |  WT: 240 |  40: 4.60
Three-year starter from Springhill, LA. White collected 123 T, 12 TFL,3 sacks, 6 PBU 8 QBH & 3 FF. Was the Tigers’ MVP in 2017. He is quick with his initial read and aggressive downhill attacking gaps. Has a nose for the ball as he can fit a gap and make a play in the backfield. Has sideline to sideline range and is quick to change directions. Has a burst to close in chase mode. Fundamentally sound tackler who gathers well in space and finishes tackles. Solid inside blitzer with good anticipation at the snap. Often used as a spy on a back or quarterback and is effective with a delayed blitz letting the crease open. Quick with his hands to ward off blocks on the move.
8. Rashan Gary*
DE, Michigan
HT: 6040 |  WT: 287 |  40: 4.69
Junior entry. A former blue chip recruit that has been a big part of the Michigan defense from the beginning. First team All Big 10 in both 2017 and 2018. A freak athlete with all the tools to be a dominant 3-down force in the league. Power presence comes easy. Gets his hands on and inside the blocker and will control the engagement. Dangerous player in pursuit that can finish with violence. Needs to improve his football-IQ and reaction speeds while he develops his skill set. Ceiling is sky-high, may have the best combination of tools of all defensive linemen in the draft.
9. Devin Bush*
OB/IB, Michigan
HT: 5110 |  WT: 230 |  40: 4.60
Three-year starter from Pembroke Pines, FL. Bush is the prototype for the modern offthe-ball linebacker. He is undersized for the traditional Mike but is athletic with sudden change of direction and fast. Makes plays in space and can handle backs in coverage. Plays inside in the Michigan scheme and projects as a 3-4 or 4-3 Will in the NFL. Is quick downhill and disruptive attacking gaps. Excellent instincts. Is athletic enough to play on the edge versus a slot and is outstanding in the underneath zones. Quick in his pass drop with sudden reactions on the throw. His quickness makes him an effective inside blitzer. Outstanding sideline to sideline range.
10. Jonah Williams*
OG/OT, Alabama
HT: 6050 |  WT: 301 |  40: 5.20
Three-year starter from Folsom, CA. Started right away for the Tide in 2016 at right tackle while current Jaguars’ left tackle Cam Robinson mannedin his game revolve around body control, balance, and hand-work.His skill set has been thoroughly and precisely developed. Hands are often accurate to the point where the opponent’s jersey is worn out in a specific spot by the end of the game. He keeps them inside and will neutralize both power and speed rushers on contact. He recovers well, can be bent back while maintaining his base and remaining under control. the blind side. Shifted over in 2017 and earned first-team All SEC honors. We've gone back and forth between OG and OT, Williams may be the top center. He lacks the power in his gluteus maximus we like to see in a tackle.
11. Greedy Williams*
CB, LSU
HT: 6020 |  WT: 185 |  40: 4.48
Two year starter from Shreveport, LA. In 2017 he led the SEC in interceptions and passes defended. Has length to go with outstanding athletic ability. Fluid hips and change of direction, there is rarely any wasted movement in transition. Used as a press corner for the most part showing outstanding man skill. Off-hand jam is precise and consistently disrupts routes off the line. Has the eye discipline to consistently focus on the receiver in man coverage and get his hands to the catch point with the ball in the air. Ball skills for the interception and pass break are elite. Does a nice job in zone and off man coverage playing with a smooth pedal, good cushion and sudden break on throws in front of him. Reads route combinations and spaces well vs multiple routes. He is a dominant man to man defender. Mirrors cuts and stays in the receiver’s pocket. Can cut off a route and react to a double move and stay in phase.
12. Deandre Baker
CB, Georgia
HT: 5110 |  WT: 185 |  40: 4.50
Two year starter from Miami FL. A physical corner for his size with good strength to play the run and control receiver’s release. Experience in a variety of coverage including press man and zone, quarters and hard corner Cover 2. Technically sound in all phases of the game. Has the ability to lock up a receiver at the line and at times has ridden them out of bounds on an upfield release. Good with an off- hand jam and is tenacious in press reacting to cuts and staying in the pocket of the receiver. Stays in phase on vertical routes. Solid in zone coverage, reading and reacting to route combinations. Plays hard corner riding an upfield release and coming off quickly on the flat route. Quick with break and drive where he can drop a receiver on the catch or step in front and make an interception. Excellent ball skills.
13. Clelin Ferrell*
DE/OB, Clemson
HT: 6050 |  WT: 260 |  40: 4.75
Three-year starter from Richmond VA. Redshirted in 2015. Consistent production over career. Primarily a defensive end but occasionally used in coverage. Played in both a two and three point stance. Has bulk and length to go with good overall athletic ability. Quick at the snap using his long arms to get immediate separation from a block. Powerful attacking blocks using his hands to get into a blocker. Violently disengages and works to the ball. Solid pass rush technique using combination moves including a bull rush into an arm under. Changes direction well and can close on a scrambling quarterback. Has enough athleticism to cover the hook to flat areas. Good awareness when dropping in coverage. Tough at the point of attack. Plays the edge run well and can make plays in space. Shedding a block is a strength.
14. Dexter Lawrence*
DT, Clemson
HT: 6040 |  WT: 340 |  40: 5.25
Three-year starter from Wake Forest, NC. The former high school basketball player may be the biggest inside Tiger presence since William “The Refrigerator” Perry. The massive man mountain not only can crush a double team but has the lateral quickness of a linebacker. His functional athletic ability for a man who can look Andre the Giant in the eye is rare. Has been a three-time All-ACC selection and participated in math camps as a youngster. The athletic and light-footed defender may be coveted as a nose tackle for 34 teams. Has a thick lower body and better endurance than most huge defensive linemen.
15. Greg Little*
OT, Mississippi
HT: 6060 |  WT: 325 |  40: 5.10
Three-year starter from Allen, TX. After a highly touted high school career and recruitment, Little arrived at Oxford with the expectation of being the next Laremy Tunsil. Plus-athlete with a promising frame and aggressive style showed promise early on, starting five times in 2016. Full time starter in 2017 & 2018 earned First-team All SEC honors. Easy mover out of his stance at 320+ pounds. Gets on his man first, attacks with his hands and will roll his hips upon contact. Easy knee bender, maintains proper leverage throughout engagement and will keep the feet active. Has a lot of range. Can reach linebackers and cut them off in pursuit of action across the line as well as reach the edge against speed pass rushers. There is a sense of “easiness” to his game athletically.
16. Montez Sweat
OB/DE, Mississippi State
HT: 6060v |  WT: 252v |  40: 4.78
Two-year starter from Stone Mountain GA. In his second year at Mississippi State after transferring from Copiah-Lincoln CC. Spent his freshman year (2014) at Michigan State where he had some off-field issues and left. Appears to have matured a lot since then. Tall lanky prospect who has played both 3-4 outside linebacker and 4-3 defensive end. Projects to 3-4 as a pro. Good quickness at the snap and uses his hands well to work through a block. Quick with his punch and can keep blockers off him on the move. Has the speed and length to get around the corner and close on the quarterback. Shows quick bend and squeeze versus a blocker and shows a variety of moves. Can chase across the field and makes plays in space. Arms 35 5/8 ", Hand 9 7/8.
17. Taylor Rapp*
FS, Washington
HT: 6000 |  WT: 207 |  40: 4.50
Versatile prospect with the ability to play close to the line in the box and the deep zones. Often aligns in the box at linebacker depth showing instinctive reactions and quick change of direction vs the run. Tracks well moving downhill from a deep alignment to make a tackle in space. Solid fundamental tackling skill showing explosiveness and finish. Explosive taking on blocks disrupting running plays. Shows quick blitz skill making a lot of tackles in the backfield. Has range in pursuit. Solid zone cover skills with awareness of multiple receivers in a zone. Adept at playing the short zones getting under deep routes and playing up to the flat. Reacts well on the throw often making big hits. Decent man skills with the speed to stay with slot receivers. Some tightness opening up in the deep zones and playing man but his recovery burst can compensate.
18. Brian Burns*
OLB, Florida State
HT: 6050 |  WT: 235 |  40: 4.68
Junior entry. First Team All ACC defender that has been making plays behind the line of scrimmage since the day he stepped on the field. Top tier explosion and closing speed. Has the next gear that most edge rushers will never reach. Can swallow a gap with just a few steps at the snap of a finger. Makes quick decisions and reactions. Pairs that with an aggressive mindset and will always need to be accounted for by the opposition. Needs to develop more rush moves while he continues to add bulk to his thin frame. Does not currently have enough versatility in his arsenal but the upside, considering his frame and explosion, is as high as any.
19. Cody Ford*
OT/OG, Oklahoma
HT: 6040 |  WT: 338 |  40: 5.40
Cody Ford is a fourth year junior who wasn’t really on the radar coming into 2018 as he had just seven career starts, all at left guard. He moved to right tackle and earned first-team All-Big 12 honors and is knocking on the door where first rounders go. He looks a little rough in pass protection, but he doesn’t get beat. There is some development that still needs to be done but his grit, hustle, and hand strength can make him NFL-ready early in his career.
20. Deebo Samuel
WR/RS, South Carolina
HT: 5114v |  WT: 216v |  40: 4.50
Two-year starter from Inman, SC. Coming off a broken leg in 2017 which halted what had been an incredibly impressive and productive season. A versatile player who can lineup inside and outside, but also has dynamic game-changing kick return ability. Average size but strong pound for pound frame. Has the versatility to be used in a multiple of ways on offense in a Percy Harvin type role with extreme effectiveness on jet sweeps, screens, and reverses. Eats into defensive back’s cushion with acceleration off of the line of scrimmage getting on top of the defensive backs early in the route versus free releases. Corners respect his speed often giving him a big cushion to operate on underneath routes. Good route runner who creates separation with very good speed and quick breaks snapping his head back to the quarterback. Will make a run as the top wide receiver in this draft.ARM: 32 1/2, Hand 10 1/8
21. Jawaan Taylor*
OT, Florida
HT: 6050 |  WT: 334 |  40: 5.20
Junior entry. Has starting experience at both tackle spots but primarily on the right side. Mammoth size with all the thickness and length of an ideal tackle. Effective and consistent staying power, doesn’t get pushed back. Always moving in the right direction and can keep his hands on his target. Looks a hair slow when needing to move laterally, whether it be inside our outside. Feet get stagnant upon contact, which will leave him susceptible to double moves and adjustments. Reactions are a delayed. Can handle NFL power and strength right away, but will need to learn to mirror with feet and make his techniques more consistent.
22. DK Metcalf*
WR, Mississippi
HT: 6040 |  WT: 224 |  40: 4.50
Third year sophomore entry. His 2016 season was cut short after just 2 games due to a broken foot and also missed the final 5 games of 2018 with a serious neck injury. That only leaves 2017 as his lone full season. The lack of experience is evident on tape and despite the rare combination of size and speed, Metcalf is rough around the edges. There isn’t a lot of cleanliness to his game, although his potential will be hard to ignore for long. Vertical threats like this don’t come around often and he does have impressive showings against multiple SEC schools. Boom or bust.
23. Deionte Thompson*
FS, Alabama
HT: 6020 |  WT: 194 |  40: 4.50
Fourth year junior entry. First Team All SEC safety that was all over the field for the dominant Alabama defense. At the initial glance, Thompson looks like an elite playmaker that can change the way an opposing passer approaches the game. His length, speed, and ball skills give him a distinct advantage when the ball is in the air. While he did show flashes of being a top playmaker, there are several holes in his game. He is a mediocre tackler that over pursues and is inconsistent to wrap up. In coverage, Thompson struggles to hang with quickness and agility. He has good long speed but the windows he creates for a passing game due to poor short area adjustments can be eaten up in the NFL. High upside prospect that has a lot of work to do.
24. Dre'Mont Jones*
DT, Ohio State
HT: 6030 |  WT: 280 |  40: 4.90
Fourth year junior entry. A First Team All Big 10 defender that put it all together in 2018. An easy-moving athlete that makes plays far beyond the point of attack. Balance, body control and agility are all top tier for a player his size. Gets off the snap with ease and can adjust on a dime. Makes the tight turns with proper pad level while maintaining strength and power. Can sidestep a blocker’s punch at the last second and take advantage of positioning. Lacks staying power against double teams but in the right role, he can be a penetrating, versatile defender that can wreck games for opposing offenses.
25. Ed Oliver*
DT, Houston
HT: 6010 |  WT: 275 |  40: 4.85
Three-year starter from Houston, TX. Oliver declared prior to his junior year. The highly motivated war dog collected 73 tackles in 2017 which included 16.5 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, three pass breakups, seven quarterback hurries, and two forced fumbles. The 2017 Outland Trophy winner led the nation with a career average of 1.56 tackles for loss per game, totaling 39.5 tackles for loss in only 25 games played prior to this fall. The relentless and explosive defender plays every play like it’s his last. He is an athletic lineman who has a linebacker’s lateral quickness and agility. His first explosive step upfield is rare. A sideline to sideline player who has a closing burst to the quarterback. Plays with a low pad level and an easy change of direction. An aggressive penetrator who can bull rush and use his hand quickness to his advantage. Plays with strength and violence. Missed 5 of 13 games in 2018.
26. Charles Omenihu
DE, Texas
HT: 6055v |  WT: 274v |  40: 5.00
First Team All Big 12 defender finally blossomed in 2018, his senior year. Omenihu is one of the more impressive specimens in this class when you are looking at simple triangle numbers. He has the NFL body right now and will make an impact early on as a run defender from any and all angles of the defensive line. Omenihu can be graded at different positions based on which scheme he is placed in to, but no matter what his upside is intriguing and he will be a physical force against the run. If he can continue to progress as a pass rusher the way he did in 2018, he will be one of the more dangerous inside-out defenders in the NFL.Arm length 36 1/2 "
27. Jachai Polite*
OLB, Florida
HT: 6020 |  WT: 242 |  40: 4.75
Polite was a first-team All-SEC defender. Clearly one of the most explosive edge rusher in the class and can rightfully be considered a top prospect. The glaring negative is a lack of size and presence. He will need to spend some time in a pro-strength program, but if he can add some mass and maintain his movement; his upside is as high as any edge defender. He has an array of moves already, he is more than just speed. Not many first round pressure players with Polite's size have had much success over the past several years.
28. N'Keal Harry*
WR, Arizona State
HT: 6040 |  WT: 213 |  40: 4.55
Three-year starter from Chandler, AZ selected the Sun Devils from many of college choices for his rare talents. Was a first-team All-Pac 12 selection after an impressive sophomore & junior seasons.Playmaking down the field and red zone threat receiver that is a difficult cover for any sized defensive back. Showed off impressive punt return ability flashing good vision and balance to have success as a returner. Big physical outside receiver. Great size, length and frame. Has above average acceleration off of the line of scrimmage building up to his deceptive long speed. Uses effective jab stabs and head nods to create separation on route breaks. Uses his hands to be physical with defensive backs throughout the route to control defender. Good timing and tracking ability to make big plays down field.
29. Kyler Murray*
QB, Oklahoma
HT: 5090e |  WT: 180e |  40: 4.45e
30. TJ Hockenson*
TE, Iowa
HT: 6050e |  WT: 245e |  40: 4.65
Long and wiry frame with the room to grow and add girth. Twitchy athlete that can easily stop, go, and burst without hesitation or wasted motion. Quick to get his head around, hands up, and attack the ball. Very balanced and coordinated athlete that seems to always have his body control and space awareness. A weapon in traffic. Can outrun and out leap most linebackers and the majority of safeties in addition to being bigger and longer than them. Smart, savvy route runner. Can find windows and times his breaks well. High effort blocker and a weapon at the second level. Has the quickness and agility to hang with speed.
31. Irv Smith Jr *
TE, Alabama
HT: 6040e |  WT: 246e |  40: 4.67e
32. Jeffery Simmons*
DT, Mississippi State
HT: 6040 |  WT: 300 |  40: 5.00
Junior entry. MOVED DOWN TO 32 DUE TO A RECENT ACL INJURY THAT MAY AFFECT DRAFT STATUS/ TOP 15 PLAYER. Two-time 1st Team All SEC defender. One of the top athletes among interior defensive linemen in the class. Specializes at penetrating through the line of scrimmage. Has the combination of a get-off and elite lower body strength. Shows some struggles as a stay-at-home defender where he won’t anchor himself in the ground. Needs more consistent pad level as a run defender. When his role is to simply shoot the gap, he is dangerous and effective. Developed rush moves. Hustler that will chase plays down from tackle to tackle.
33. Noah Fant*
TE, Iowa
HT: 6050 |  WT: 241 |  40: 4.65
Two-year starter from Omaha, NE. Recorded 39 receptions for 519 yards and 7 TDs. Fant has scored 18 TDs over the past two years . The Hawkeyes will line up about 50% of the time in a two tight end and two wide receiver alignment, Fant shares the wealth as a pass catcher with fellow tight end TJ Hockenson. The athletic natural hand catcher reaches and extends for the ball at the high point. Has good concentration and reaction to the ball. Catches the ball above the crowd or goes down low and digs out an off-target throw. A three layer tight end who catches crossers, flats, seams, and has the speed to split two deep Cover 2 down the middle of the field.
34. Jaylon Ferguson
DE, Louisiana Tech
HT: 6043v |  WT: 256v |  40: 4.75
Ferguson is throwing his helmet into the ring as one of the best pass rushers in the 2019 Draft. The long (6050, 259) edge rusher has grapevine arms (34 3/8”) and a passion to get to the passer. When he doesn’t get a sack, he brings pressure to move the quarterback off his setup point. He is a quick twitch, high motor competitor who works to finish and be disruptive. Ferguson is the school and Conference USA record holder in sacks with 45 and pa also passed Terrell Sugg’s NCAA FBS record of 44 career sacks. Received mention on 4 different All-America teams & was Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year. The three year starter collected 26 TFL and had 17.5 sacks in 2018.ARM 34 1/2, Hand 8 1/2 WAS DISINVITED TO COMBINE FOR OFF FIELD RED FLAG 4 YRS AGO.
35. Jaquan Johnson
SS, Miami
HT: 5110 |  WT: 195 |  40: 4.46
Two-year starter from Miami FL. Has experience as a quarters safety along with deep half and deep third coverage. Is solid in off-match coverage. Shows a quick shuffle read step and sudden reaction to his key. Adjusts well moving downhill and is quick to change directions. Aggressive in run support with good angles in pursuit. Good toughness attacking blocks. His quickness makes him a tough target to block in space. Solid fundamental tackling skill with good gather and finish. Shows range across the field in coverage and has made some spectacular plays on the ball. Good ball skills. Fluid in transition with loose hips and sound footwork. Positions well versus multiple routes in the intermediate and deep zones. Processes route combinations quickly in deep coverage and is sudden reacting on the throw. Shows match-up skill with the ability to mirror cuts and the speed to stay with vertical routes. Has the versatile tools teams are looking for.
36. AJ Brown*
WR, Mississippi
HT: 6010 |  WT: 225 |  40: 4.50
Two-year starter from Starkville, Mississippi who chose to play for the in-state Runnin Rebels’ has not disappointed since arriving in Oxford. Playmaker who has a knack to make plays in clutch situations. Long, strong and lean frame with good size for the position. Played mostly inside slot receiver but has the physical abilities and skill to play outside at the next level. Effective inside and outside step to slip past defenders on open field releases. Good route runner who creates separation with his feet and hips to pop in and out of breaks. Has good long speed and is a strider in the open field.
37. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson*
SS, Florida
HT: 5114 |  WT: 207 |  40: 4.55
Two year starter from Cocoa FL.. Versatile safety with experience in quarters, halves and 1 high schemes. He is a converted corner that was primarily a deep safety in 2017. Last season he has moved to the Nickel or Hybrid position. He covers down on the slot or tight end for the most part. As a deep safety he shows the range to play the deep half normally taking good angles to the ball with good range to get over the top. Has the speed to match up on a slot as a quarters player. Changes direction well and is fluid in transition. Adjusts well in space and is a functional tackler with some notable technique issues. As a Nickel he is at his best in man cover where he uses his match-up ability to mirror cuts and run with vertical routes. Solid in the short zones with good use of peripheral vision to see the threats and the quarterback. Uses his hands well to take on blocks and normally is quick to shed vs a slot. Chases well and can play the edge run. An aggressive downhill player. Is relatively new to safety as a converted corner and playing a new position the last 2 years has created some hesitation. That said he has flashed outstanding ability and has the tools of a two way safety in the NFL.
38. Michael Deiter
OG, Wisconsin
HT: 6050v |  WT: 304v |  40: 5.30
Michael Deiter is a fifth year senior who has started all over the offensive line. Versatility is huge for young linemen and he can play inside and outside. Guard is the most ideal spot, but with the way injuries mount, having a guy like Deiter is a worth his weight in gold. First-team All-Big 10 two years in a row. Really good initial contact and consistent every play intensity.Size and strength are NFL-ready. Arm 32 1/2, Hand 11 1/8
39. Austin Bryant
DE, Clemson
HT: 6050 |  WT: 265 |  40: 4.79
Bryant is a rangy end who had to wait his turn to get a starting nod on Clemson’s defense. He broke out in 2017 with 15.5 tackles for loss and 8.5 sacks. He earned third-team All-ACC honors this season and even though he is underrated by some, he shouldn’t be overlooked. He brings as much power presence to the table as any defensive end in this class. He moves well enough to account for some edge threat, but his real game is once he gets in contact with blockers he can really do damage.
40. Drew Lock
QB, Missouri
HT: 6036v |  WT: 223v |  40: 4.79
Fourth year senior that took over the starting role with 8 games left in his freshman season. Former Division I basketball recruit that brings a very athletic-version of passing to the table. Very powerful, but easy and smooth release that looks like a simple flick of the wrist. Has all the arm strength one needs, can make all the throws on a frozen rope. Sky-high, record setting production in the SEC with glimpses of top tier status. Plays with swagger, never has enough production and wants to stick it to defenses as if he were seeking out revenge. Has several mechanical shortcomings that stem from poor footwork. Too often falls away from his throws, questionable physical toughness in the pocket. Has a tendency to open his front shoulder too early which contributes to his tendency for sailing his throws. Completion percentage numbers in a simple, one read scheme are alarming. Will have a ways to go in terms of learning the NFL way of running and controlling an offense.
41. Gerald Willis
DT, Miami
HT: 6020 |  WT: 298 |  40: 5.00
42. Joe Jackson*
DE, Miami
HT: 6050 |  WT: 265 |  40: 4.90
43. David Edwards*
OT, Wisconsin
HT: 6060 |  WT: 325 |  40: 5.20
44. Kaleb McGary
OT, Washington
HT: 6067v |  WT: 321v |  40: 5.25e
Senior Bowl notes: H-10 ¼”, A-33 5/8”. A big physical man with active hands. Locks on and runs his feet as a zone blocker. Good hand carriage and punch. Has the strength to torque a defensive end out of the hole. Good eyes. Plays and stays square in pass pro. Played right tackle most of the week and in the game.
45. Jerry Tillery
DT, Notre Dame
HT: 6062v |  WT: 304v |  40: 5.05v
.A former high school offensive tackle that was highly touted on that side of the ball, Tillery made the move to the defensive side right away at Notre Dame. After some questionable character hiccups early in his career, he grew up and molded himself in to a fine and potentially elite prospect. He is a really unique blend of tools and skills that don’t come around often. He finished his career as an All American, causing plenty of disruption as a pass rusher, run defender, and on special teams. Arm 33 3/4", Hand: 10 5/8"
46. Mack Wilson*
IB, Alabama
HT: 6020v |  WT: 236v |  40: 4.69
47. Amani Oruwariye
CB, Penn State
HT: 6016v |  WT: 204v |  40: 4.50
Senior Bowl notes: He flashed ability to press, mirror, and react to the ball. Other times he was easily separated on quick cuts to the inside. Beaten badly on a dig in one-on-ones along with struggling with double moves at the line and up field. At times gave up leverage at the snap taking a false step reacting to a double move at the line. He showed patience to ignore the first move but he gave up a lot of space at the line. An injury prevented him from playing in the game.
48. Amani Hooker*
SS, Iowa
HT: 6000 |  WT: 210 |  40: 4.55
Hybrid Strong Safety/Linebacker
49. Johnathan Abram
SS, Mississippi State
HT: 5114v |  WT: 205v |  40: 4.55
Hyper-active defender that wants his impact felt on every snap. Quick twitch reactions with elite burst and closing speed. Can eat up a 10 yard downfield pursuit quicker that you can blink. Comes with force and bad intentions. Packs a punch with his hits and is often the winner upon contact. Never the prey. Has the speed and loose hips to factor in any coverage scheme. Athletic enough to run with receivers and stout enough to mix it up with tight ends. Balanced athlete that will catch up when initially beat.
50. Nasir Adderley
FS, Delaware
HT: 5117v |  WT: 195v |  40: 4.55
Senior Bowl notes: Impressive during the week flashing outstanding play along with a high motor. The game appeared a little faster than he was used to and there was some adjustment time playing against a higher level player. Showed outstanding athletic ability with solid change of direction and range in pursuit. Versatile playing in the box, deep zones and slot corner. Against the run he was not the most physical attacking blocks. Had some problems getting separated on double moves and hard breaks inside. Demonstrated good ball skills. Aggressive getting to the catch point.