Super Nomario said:RB - probably my favorites left are Florida State's James Wilder (a huge dude), Arizona State's Marion Grice (more of a Vereen-type), and RO's binkie Lorenzo Taliaferro from Coastal Carolina. Also have to be intrigued with what Belichick would do with a guy like De'Anthony Thomas.
TE - Gator Hoskins from Marshall is my guy as more of a pure H-back type. Joe Don Duncan from Dixie State is more of a pure TE, though he's got injury and age issues.
WR - so much talent left. For pure X types, there Clemon's Martavis Bryant, Rutgers' Brandon Coleman, and Wisconsin's Jared Abbrederis. Kevin Norwood from Alabama seems like the kind of guy they've had success with - a versatile inside/outside guy who isn't going to wow with size or athleticism but does a lot of things right.
OL - Ohio State's Corey Linsley got some late pub as maybe the #4 C prospect. Undersized but strong. John Urschel from Penn State is super-smart and could play G or C. Oklahoma's Gabe Ikard is another Pats-y C option. Dakota Dozier from Furman, Wesley Johnson from Vanderbilt, and Garrett Scott from Marshall are guys who played tackle in college but project better inside in the pros. A pure OT is a luxury, but at this point McGill's Laurent Duvernay-Tardiff is a fascinating option.
DL - DaQuan Jones from Penn State is a versatile guy that's made sense from the beginning. There are some good 3-4 DE / 4-3 DT options in Virginia's Brent Urban and Oregon's Taylor Hart.
ER - James Gayle from Virginia Tech is an interesting under-the-radar guy. Cassius Marsh of UCLA had a great 3-cone at the Combine. I like Howard Jones from Liberty late - he's an undersized small-school guy but a sick athlete (40.5" vert led ERs at the Combine). And pulling for Mizzou's Michael Sam to get drafted.
LB - Florida State's duo of Telvin Smith and Christian Jones might be good sub LB options. UCLA's Jordan Zumwalt and Michigan State's Max Bullough are more Spikes replacements but sound pretty Pats-y.
CB - Pierre Desir from Lindenwood is still out there. I really like Duke's Ross Cockrell's attitude. Then we have OttoC's client, 6'3" dark horse Courtney Bridget from Hampton.
S - Daniel Sorensen from BYU ran the best 3-cone. USC's Dion Bailey is probably the highest-rated big SS left. Not a strong pool, though it's also tough to evaluate S.
K - Rice's Chris Boswell, of course.
mascho said:I think one of his kids is graduating today.
Totally down for Yankey or Dozier hereElcaballitoMVP said:4th Round Predictions:
105. OL- David Yankey, STAN or Dakota Dozier, Furman
130. S- Brock Vereen, MINN or Dion Bailey, USC
140. DE- Jeoffrey Pagan, BAMA or Brent Urban, UVA