Clemson: DT Brandon Thompson, DE Andre Branch, TE Dwayne Allen
Dwayne Allen had a poor combine, and there are some character concerns coming up as well. He's a player who is falling on my board right now, and he needs a good pro day to make up the ground that he lost.
Miami (FL): RB Lamar Miller
Miller has elite speed and athleticism, making him one of the top running backs of this class. He's also relatively fresh after starting only one entire season while with the Hurricanes.
Mississippi State: DT Fletcher Cox
Cox was impressive in all phases at the combine. He looked quick and powerful, and while Dontari Poe is getting all of the attention right now, I still think Cox is the better prospect at this point.
Nebraska: CB Alfonzo Dennard, DE Jared Crick, OLB Lavonte David
I think all of the Nebraska players are slightly overrated right now, but I'll give them the opportunity to prove me wrong. None performed poorly at the combine, but there's more talent at other pro days on March 8, in my opinion.
North Alabama: CB Janoris Jenkins
This will be the most-attended North Alabama pro day of the century in all likelihood. Jenkins transferred from Florida and has elite talent, but a boatload of off-the-field issues.
Syracuse: DE Chandler Jones
Jones battled through a knee injury in 2011, is a bit undersized and could definitely use some added muscle. He needs to look quicker at his pro day than he did at the combine.
Washington: DT Alameda Ta'amu, RB Chris Polk
Many have Ta'amu very low on their boards, but I like him. He's not a pass rusher in any sense, but he is a force against the run who can demand double teams at times.