Matt Miller's Final 2012 NFL Draft Big Board

Matt MillerNFL Draft Lead WriterApril 16, 2012

Matt Miller's Final 2012 NFL Draft Big Board

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    More than 500 players have been measured, weighed, timed and tested. Ready or not, the 2012 NFL draft is approaching. Players, teams and fans are all ready. We are too.

    Our final look at the top 325 players for the 2012 NFL draft is complete. Each player has been scouted over the last two seasons to give us a full look at their capabilities as players and their upside as professionals. 

    When your team makes those late-round selections that no one has heard of, check back to find out where we ranked them before they were pros.

Quarterbacks

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    Best Prospect: Andrew Luck

    Most NFL Ready: Andrew Luck

    Best Arm: Robert Griffin III

    Best Feet: Ryan Tannehill

    Best Potential: Andrew Luck

    Biggest Bust: Ryan Tannehill

    Biggest Sleeper: Kirk Cousins

    Biggest Risk: Ryan Tannehill

    Lowest Risk: Andrew Luck

    First Pro Bowler: Robert Griffin III

    First Out of NFL: Kellen Moore

     

    1. Andrew Luck, Stanford (No. 1 Overall)

    2. Robert Griffin III, Baylor (No. 2 Overall)

    3. Kirk Cousins, Michigan State (No. 44 Overall)

    4. Ryan Tannehill, Texas A&M (No. 46 Overall)

    5. Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State (No. 50 Overall)

    6. Brock Osweiler, Arizona State (No. 68 Overall)

    7. Russell Wilson, Wisconsin (No. 102 Overall)

    8. Nick Foles, Arizona (No. 112 Overall)

    9. B.J. Coleman, Chattanooga (No. 138 Overall)

    10. Austin Davis, Southern Mississippi (No. 163 Overall)

    11. Ryan Lindley, San Diego State (No. 187 Overall)

    12. Chandler Harnish, Northern Illinois (No. 243 Overall)

    13. Case Keenum, Houston (No. 251 Overall)

    14. G.J. Kinne, Tulsa (No. 288 Overall)

    15. Kellen Moore, Boise State (No. 300 Overall)

    16. Aaron Corp, Richmond (No. 317 Overall)

    17. Darron Thomas, Oregon (No. 324 Overall)

Running Backs

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    Best Prospect: Trent Richardson

    Most NFL Ready: Trent Richardson

    Best Speed: Lamar Miller

    Best Power: Trent Richardson

    Best Potential: Trent Richardson

    Biggest Bust: David Wilson

    Biggest Sleeper: Cyrus Gray

    Biggest Risk: Lamar Miller

    First Pro Bowler: Trent Richardson

    Best in Five Years: Trent Richardson

     

    1. Trent Richardson, Alabama (No. 3 Overall)

    2. Doug Martin, Boise State (No. 23 Overall)

    3. Lamar Miller, Miami (Fla.) (No. 25 Overall)

    4. Chris Polk, Washington (No. 37 Overall)

    5. David Wilson, Virginia Tech (No. 51 Overall)

    6. Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati (No. 73 Overall)

    7. LaMichael James, Oregon (No. 76 Overall)

    8. Cyrus Gray, Texas A&M (No. 103 Overall)

    9. Bernard Pierce, Temple (No. 113 Overall)

    10. Robert Turbin, Utah State (No. 121 Overall)

    11. Ronnie Hillman, San Diego State (No. 124 Overall)

    12. Chris Rainey, Florida (No. 150 Overall)

    13. Tauren Poole, Tennessee (No. 154 Overall)

    14. Dan Herron, Ohio State (No. 177 Overall)

    15. Vick Ballard, Mississippi State (No. 178 Overall)

    16. Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (No. 180 Overall)

    17. Edwin Baker, Michigan State (No. 197 Overall)

    18. Davin Meggett, Maryland (No. 202 Overall)

    19. Bobby Rainey, Western Kentucky (No. 213 Overall)

    20. Brandon Bolden, Mississippi (No. 220 Overall)

    21. Marc Tyler, Southern California (No. 235 Overall)

    22. Michael Smith, Utah State (No. 247 Overall)

    23. Adonis Thomas, Toledo (No. 263 Overall)

    24. Lennon Creer, Louisiana Tech (No. 272 Overall)

    25. Foswhitt Whittaker, Texas (No. 291 Overall)

    26. Jewel Hampton, Southern Illinois (No. 325 Overall)

Fullbacks

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    Most Power: Cody Johnson

    Best Hands: Brad Smelley

    Most Versatile: Bradie Ewing

    Biggest Sleeper: Drake Dunsmore

     

    1. Evan Rodriguez, Temple (No. 184 overall)

    2. Brad Smelley, Alabama (No. 200 overall)

    3. Bradie Ewing, Wisconsin (No. 210 overall)

    4. Emil Igwenagu, Massachusetts (No. 225 overall)

    5. Chad Diehl, Clemson (No. 228 overall)

    6. Cody Johnson, Texas (No. 273 overall)

    7. Drake Dunsmore, Northwestern (No. 296 overall)

Wide Receivers

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    Best Prospect: Alshon Jeffery

    Most NFL Ready: Michael Floyd

    Best Speed: Stephen Hill

    Best Potential: Alshon Jeffery

    Biggest Bust: Justin Blackmon

    Biggest Sleeper: A.J. Jenkins

    Biggest Risk: Michael Floyd

    Lowest Risk: Kendall Wright

    First Pro Bowler: Alshon Jeffery

    Best in Five Years: Alshon Jeffery

     

    1. Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina (No. 7 Overall)

    2. Michael Floyd, Notre Dame (No. 10 Overall)

    3. Kendall Wright, Baylor (No. 14 Overall)

    4. Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State (No. 20 Overall)

    5. Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech (No. 22 Overall)

    6. Rueben Randle, LSU (No. 32 Overall)

    7. Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers (No. 48 Overall)

    8. Brian Quick, Appalachian State (No. 59 Overall) 

    9. Marvin Jones, California (No. 66 Overall)

    10. Nick Toon, Wisconsin (No. 69 Overall)

    11. A.J. Jenkins, Illinois (No. 82 Overall)

    12. Marvin McNutt, Iowa (No. 90 Overall)

    13. Jarius Wright, Arkansas (No. 93 Overall)

    14. Joe Adams, Arkansas (No. 94 Overall)

    15. Greg Childs, Arkansas (No. 100 Overall)

    16. Chris Owusu, Stanford (No. 105 Overall)

    17. Devon Wylie, Fresno State (No. 106 Overall)

    18. Ryan Broyles, Oklahoma (No. 111 Overall)

    19. Jeff Fuller, Texas A&M (No. 119 Overall)

    20. Chris Givens, Wake Forest (No. 143 Overall)

    21. T.Y. Hilton, Florida International (No. 144 Overall)

    22. Juron Criner, Arizona (No. 145 Overall)

    23. Tommy Streeter, Miami (Fla.) (No. 147 Overall)

    24. Rishard Matthews, Nevada (No. 155 Overall)

    25. Dwight Jones, North Carolina (No. 161 Overall)

    26. DeVier Posey, Ohio State (No. 175 Overall)

    27. T.J. Graham, North Carolina State (No. 189 Overall)

    28. Danny Coale, Virginia Tech (No. 193 Overall)

    29. Marquis Maze, Alabama (No. 208 Overall)

    30. B.J. Cunningham, Michigan State (No. 209 Overall)

    31. Eric Page, Toledo (No. 217 Overall)

    32. Gerell Robinson, Arizona State (No. 222 Overall)

    33. Tim Benford, Tennessee Tech (No. 234 Overall)

    34. Junior Hemingway, Michigan (No. 278 Overall)

    35. Lance Lewis, East Carolina (No. 303 Overall)

    36. LaVon Brazill, Ohio (No. 313 Overall)

    37. Keshawn Martin, Michigan State (No. 323 Overall)

Tight Ends

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    Best Prospect: Coby Fleener

    Most NFL Ready: Coby Fleener

    Best Speed: Coby Fleener

    Best Power: Dwayne Allen

    Biggest Bust: Dwayne Allen

    Biggest Sleeper: James Hanna

    Biggest Risk: Orson Charles

    Lowest Risk: Coby Fleener

    First Pro Bowler: Coby Fleener

    Best in Five Years: Coby Fleener

     

    1. Coby Fleener, Stanford (No. 16 Overall)

    2. Dwayne Allen, Clemson (No. 54 Overall)

    3. Orson Charles, Georgia (No. 58 Overall)

    4. Ladarius Green, Louisiana-Lafayette (No. 110 Overall)

    5. Deangelo Peterson, LSU (No. 129 Overall)

    6. Michael Egnew, Missouri (No. 148 Overall)

    7. Brian Linthicum, Michigan State (No. 165 Overall)

    8. Kevin Koger, Michigan (No. 172 Overall)

    9. George Bryan, North Carolina State (No. 183 Overall) 

    10. Rhett Ellison, Southern California (No. 194 Overall)

    11. James Hanna, Oklahoma (No. 207 Overall)

    12. Nick Provo, Syracuse (No. 219 Overall)

    13. Cory Harkey, UCLA (No. 224 Overall)

    14. Chase Ford, Miami (Fla.) (No. 230 Overall)

    15. David Paulson, Oregon (No. 257 Overall)

    16. Tyler Urban, West Virginia (No. 260 Overall)

    17. Beau Reliford, Florida State (No. 268 Overall)

    18. Anthony Miller, California (No. 287 Overall)

    19. Brad Herman, Iowa (No. 290 Overall)

    20. Andrew Szczerba, Penn State (No. 321 Overall)

Offensive Tackles

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    Best Prospect: Matt Kalil

    Most NFL Ready: Matt Kalil

    Best Run-Blocker: Riley Reiff

    Best Pass-Blocker: Matt Kalil

    Best Potential: Matt Kalil

    Biggest Bust: Mike Adams

    Biggest Sleeper: Mitchell Schwartz

    Biggest Risk: Mike Adams

    Lowest Risk: Matt Kalil

    First Pro Bowler: Matt Kalil

    Best in Five Years: Matt Kalil

     

    1. Matt Kalil, Southern California (No. 4 Overall)

    2. Riley Reiff, Iowa (No. 13 Overall)

    3. Mike Adams, Ohio State (No. 29 Overall)

    4. Jonathan Martin, Stanford (No. 36 Overall)

    5. Mitchell Schwartz, California (No. 47 Overall)

    6. Zebrie Sanders, Florida State (No. 91 Overall)

    7. Bobby Massie, Mississippi (No. 92 Overall)

    8. Brandon Mosley, Auburn (No. 98 Overall)

    9. Matt McCants, UAB (No. 122 Overall)

    10. Jeff Allen, Illinois (No. 128 Overall)

    11. Tony Bergstrom, Utah (No. 149 Overall)

    12. Nate Potter, Boise State (No. 153 Overall)

    13. Matt Reynolds, Brigham Young (No. 166 Overall)

    14. Andrew Datko, Florida State (No. 173 Overall)

    15. Tom Compton, South Dakota (No. 176 Overall)

    16. Lamar Holmes, Southern Mississippi (No. 195 Overall)

    17. Donald Stephenson, Oklahoma (No. 203 Overall)

    18. Marcel Jones, Nebraska (No. 236 Overall)

    19. Levy Adcock, Oklahoma State (No. 239 Overall)

    20. Dustin Waldron, Portland State (No. 255 Overall)

    21. Landon Walker, Clemson (No. 269 Overall)

    22. Jeff Adams, Columbia (No. 282 Overall)

    23. Don Barclay, West Virginia (No. 307 Overall)

    24. Markus Zusevics, Iowa (No. 308 Overall)

    25. John Cullen, Utah (No. 312 Overall)

    26. Josh Oglesby, Wisconsin (No. 316 Overall)

    27. Trevor Olson, Northern Illinois (No. 319 Overall)

Offensive Guards

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    Best Prospect: David DeCastro

    Most NFL Ready: David DeCastro

    Best Run-Blocker: Kevin Zeitler

    Best Pass-Blocker: David DeCastro

    Best Potential: David DeCastro

    Biggest Bust: Cordy Glenn

    Biggest Sleeper: Amini Silatolu

    Biggest Risk: Cordy Glenn

    Lowest Risk: David DeCastro

    First Pro Bowler: David DeCastro

    Best in Five Years: David DeCastro

     

     

    1. David DeCastro, Stanford (No. 6 Overall)

    2. Cordy Glenn, Georgia (No. 17 Overall)

    3. Kelechi Osemele, Iowa State (No. 34 Overall)

    4. Kevin Zeitler, Wisconsin (No. 43 Overall)

    5. Brandon Washington, Miami (Fla.) (No. 77 Overall)

    5. Amini Silatolu, Midwestern State (No. 87 Overall)

    6. James Brown, Troy (No. 101 Overall)

    7. Senio Kelemete, Washington (No. 116 Overall)

    8. Brandon Brooks, Miami (Ohio) (No. 127 Overall)

    9. Lucas Nix, Pittsburgh (No. 156 Overall)

    10. Josh LeRibeus, Southern Methodist (No. 198 Overall)

    11. Jaymes Brooks, Virginia Tech (No. 205 Overall)

    12. Ryan Miller, Colorado (No. 212 Overall)

    13. Desmond Wynn, Rutgers (No. 226 Overall)

    14. Derek Dennis, Temple (No. 253 Overall)

    15. Joe Looney, Wake Forest (No. 271 Overall)

    16. Jeremiah Warren, South Florida (No. 284 Overall)

    17. Kelvin Beachum, Southern Methodist (No. 294 Overall)

    18. Antoine McClain, Clemson (No. 298 Overall)

    19. Rishaw Johnson, California (PA) (No. 301 Overall)

Centers

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    Best Prospect: Peter Konz

    Most NFL Ready: Peter Konz

    Best Run-Blocker: Peter Konz

    Best Pass-Blocker: David Molk

    Best Potential: Peter Konz

    Biggest Bust: Ben Jones

    Biggest Sleeper: Philip Blake

    Biggest Risk: Ben Jones

    Lowest Risk: Peter Konz

    First Pro Bowler: Peter Konz

    Best in Five Years: Peter Konz

     

    1. Peter Konz, Wisconsin (No. 26 Overall)

    2. Ben Jones, Georgia (No. 63 Overall

    3. Michael Brewster, Ohio State (No. 108 Overall)

    4. Philip Blake, Baylor (No. 119 Overall)

    5. David Molk, Michigan (No. 130 Overall)

    6. Quentin Saulsberry, Mississippi State (No. 167 Overall)

    7. Garth Gerhart, Arizona State (No. 238 Overall)

    8. Grant Garner, Oklahoma State (No. 270 Overall)

    9. Mason Cloy, Clemson (No. 293 Overall)

    10. Scott Wedige, Northern Illinois (No. 304 Overall)

    11. William Vlachos, Alabama (No. 309 Overall)

Defensive Ends

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    Best Prospect: Nick Perry

    Most NFL Ready: Quinton Coples

    Best vs. Run: Quinton Coples

    Best Pass Rush: Nick Perry

    Best Potential: Quinton Coples

    Biggest Bust: Quinton Coples

    Biggest Sleeper: Jake Bequette

    Biggest Risk: Quinton Coples

    Lowest Risk: Vinny Curry

    First Pro Bowler: Nick Perry

    Best in Five Years: Nick Perry

     

    1. Nick Perry, Southern California (No. 8 Overall) (3-4 OLB)

    2. Whitney Mercilus, Illinois (No. 21 Overall) (3-4 OLB) 

    3. Quinton Coples, North Carolina (No. 27 Overall)

    4. Andre Branch, Clemson (No. 28 Overall) (3-4 OLB)

    5. Chandler Jones, Syracuse (No. 45 Overall) (3-4 OLB)

    6. Vinny Curry, Marshall (No. 53 Overall) (3-4 OLB)

    7. Jared Crick, Nebraska (No. 56 Overall)

    8. Billy Winn, Boise State (No. 57 Overall)

    9. Cam Johnson, Virginia (No. 71 Overall) (3-4 OLB)

    10. Tyrone Crawford, Boise State (No. 79 Overall)

    11. Jake Bequette, Arkansas (No. 107 Overall) (3-4 OLB)

    12. Malik Jackson, Tennessee (No. 114 Overall)

    13. Trevor Guyton, California (No. 137 Overall)

    14. Jack Crawford, Penn State (No. 159 Overall)

    15. Olivier Vernon, Miami (Fla.) (No. 160 Overall) (3-4)

    16. Jacquies Smith, Missouri (No. 162 Overall) (3-4)

    17. Donte Paige-Moss, North Carolina (No. 223 Overall)

    18. Derrick Shelby, Utah (No. 245 Overall)

    19. Julian Miller, West Virginia (No. 250 Overall) (3-4 OLB)

    20. Justin Francis, Rutgers (No. 258 Overall)

    21. Frank Alexander, Oklahoma (No. 264 Overall)

    22. Taylor Thompson, Southern Methodist (No. 281 Overall)

    23. Ernest Owusu, California (No. 285 Overall)

    24. Scott Solomon, Rice (No. 299 Overall)

    25. Ryan Van Bergen, Michigan (No. 306 Overall)

Defensive Tackles

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    Best Prospect: Michael Brockers

    Most NFL Ready: Michael Brockers

    Best vs. Run: Michael Brockers

    Best Pass Rush: Fletcher Cox

    Best Potential: Dontari Poe

    Biggest Bust: Dontari Poe

    Biggest Sleeper: Mike Martin

    Biggest Risk: Dontari Poe

    Lowest Risk: Fletcher Cox

    First Pro Bowler: Fletcher Cox

    Best in Five Years: Michael Brockers

     

    1. Michael Brockers, LSU (No. 9 Overall) (3-4 DE)

    2. Fletcher Cox, Mississippi State (No. 11 Overall)

    3. Dontari Poe, Memphis (No. 35 Overall(3-4 DE)

    4. Kendall Reyes, Connecticut (No. 38 Overall(3-4 DE)

    5. Jerel Worthy, Michigan State (No. 40 Overall)

    6. Devon Still, Penn State (No. 41 Overall(3-4 DE)

    7. Mike Martin, Michigan (No. 42 Overall)

    8. Josh Chapman, Alabama (No. 75 Overall)

    9. Brandon Thompson, Clemson (No. 80 Overall)

    10. Alameda Ta'amu, Washington (No. 109 Overall)

    11. Kheeston Randall, Texas (No. 118 Overall(3-4 DE)

    12. Marcus Forston, Miami (Fla.) (No. 146 Overall(3-4 DE)

    13. Derek Wolfe, Cincinnati (No. 152 Overall(3-4 DE)

    14. DaJohn Harris, Southern California (No. 170 Overall(3-4 DE)

    15. Jaye Howard, Florida (No. 185 Overall(3-4 DE)

    16. Brett Roy, Nevada (No. 188 Overall(3-4 DE)

    17. Mike Daniels, Iowa (No. 206 Overall)

    18. Nicolas Jean-Baptiste, Baylor (No. 211 Overall)

    19. Hebron Fangupo, Brigham Young (No. 214 Overall)

    20. Akiem Hicks, Regina (No. 227 Overall)

    21. Vaughn Meatoga, Hawaii (No. 242 Overall(3-4 DE)

    22. Travian Robertson, South Carolina (No. 305 Overall)

    23. Tydreke Powell, North Carolina (No. 315 Overall(3-4 DE)

    24. DeAngelo Tyson, Georgia (No. 318 Overall)

Outside Linebackers

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    Best Prospect: Melvin Ingram

    Most NFL Ready: Courtney Upshaw

    Best vs. Run: Courtney Upshaw

    Best Pass Rush: Melvin Ingram

    Best Potential: Melvin Ingram

    Biggest Bust: Zach Brown

    Biggest Sleeper: Jonathan Massaquoi

    Biggest Risk: Bruce Irvin

    Lowest Risk: Courtney Upshaw

    First Pro Bowler: Shea McClellin

    Best in Five Years: Melvin Ingram

     

    1. Melvin Ingram, South Carolina (No. 12 Overall) (3-4)

    2. Courtney Upshaw, Alabama (No. 15 Overall) (3-4)

    3. Shea McClellin, Boise State (No. 31 Overall) (3-4)

    4. Zach Brown, North Carolina (No. 55 Overall)

    5. Lavonte David, Nebraska (No. 60 Overall)

    6. Bobby Wagner, Utah State (No. 62 Overall)

    7. Jonathan Massaquoi, Troy (No. 74 Overall) (3-4)

    8. Terrell Manning, North Carolina State (No. 86 Overall)

    9. Ronnell Lewis, Oklahoma (No. 88 Overall) (3-4)

    10. Josh Kaddu, Oregon (No. 89 Overall)

    11. Sean Spence, Miami (Fla.) (No. 97 Overall)

    12. Bruce Irvin, West Virginia (No. 99 Overall) (3-4)

    13. Keenan Robinson, Texas (No. 115 Overall)

    14. Demario Davis, Arkansas State (No. 120 Overall)

    15. Kyle Wilber, Wake Forest (No. 132 Overall) (3-4)

    16. Emmanuel Acho, Texas (No. 140 Overall)

    17. Nigel Bradham, Florida State (No. 142 Overall)

    18. Tyler Nielsen, Iowa (No. 164 Overall)

    19. Travis Lewis, Oklahoma (No. 168 Overall)

    20. Brandon Lindsey, Pittsburgh (No. 196 Overall) (3-4)

    21. Tank Carder, TCU (No. 204 Overall)

    22. Darius Fleming, Notre Dame (No. 232 Overall) (3-4)

    23. Adrian Robinson, Temple (No. 233 Overall) (3-4)

    24. Danny Trevathan, Kentucky (No. 240 Overall)

    25. Tahir Whitehead, Temple (No. 275 Overall)

    26. Miles Burris, San Diego State (No. 286 Overall)

    27. Jerrell Harris, Alabama (No. 320 Overall) (3-4)

Inside Linebackers

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    Best Prospect: Dont'a Hightower

    Most NFL Ready: Dont'a Hightower

    Best vs. Run: Dont'a Hightower

    Best Pass Rush: Mychal Kendricks

    Best Potential: Mychal Kendricks

    Biggest Bust: Luke Kuechly

    Biggest Sleeper: James-Michael Johnson

    Biggest Risk: Vontaze Burfict

    Lowest Risk: Dont'a Hightower

    First Pro Bowler: Dont'a Hightower

    Best in Five Years: Dont'a Hightower

     

    1. Dont'a Hightower, Alabama (No. 24 Overall) (4-3 OLB)

    2. Luke Kuechly, Boston College (No. 30 Overall) (4-3 OLB)

    3. Mychal Kendricks, California (No. 83 Overall(4-3 OLB)

    4. James-Michael Johnson, Nevada (No. 84 Overall)

    5. Audie Cole, North Carolina State (No. 117 Overall)

    6. Jerry Franklin, Arkansas (No. 174 Overall)

    7. Vontaze Burfict, Arizona State (No. 201 Overall)

    8. Chris Galippo, Southern California (No. 215 Overall)

    9. Max Gruder, Pittsburgh (No. 231 Overall)

    10. Najee Goode, West Virginia (No. 244 Overall)

    11. Shawn Loiseau, Merrimack (No. 261 Overall)

    12. Adrien Cole, Louisiana Tech (No. 265 Overall)

    13. D.J. Holt, California (No. 276 Overall)

    14. Chris Marve, Vanderbilt (No. 289 Overall)

    15. Garrick Williams, Texas A&M (No. 322 Overall)

Cornerbacks

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    Best Prospect: Morris Claiborne

    Most NFL Ready: Morris Claiborne

    Best Man Cover: Janoris Jenkins

    Best Zone Cover: Morris Claiborne

    Best Potential: Morris Claiborne

    Biggest Bust: Dre Kirkpatrick

    Biggest Sleeper: Casey Hayward

    Biggest Risk: Janoris Jenkins

    Lowest Risk: Morris Claiborne

    First Pro Bowler: Morris Claiborne

    Best in Five Years: Morris Claiborne

     

    1. Morris Claiborne, LSU (No. 5 Overall)

    2. Stephon Gilmore, South Carolina (No. 19 Overall)

    3. Jamell Fleming, Oklahoma (No. 33 Overall)

    4. Casey Hayward, Vanderbilt (No. 49 Overall)

    5. Dre Kirkpatrick, Alabama (No. 52 Overall) (FS)

    6. Janoris Jenkins, North Alabama (No. 61 Overall)

    7. Brandon Boykin, Georgia (No. 64 Overall)

    8. Josh Robinson, UCF (No. 65 Overall)

    9. Trumaine Johnson, Montana (No. 70 Overall) (FS)

    10. Alfonzo Dennard, Nebraska  (No. 72 Overall)

    11. Ron Brooks, LSU (No. 78 Overall)

    12. Dwight Bentley, Louisiana-Lafayette (No. 85 Overall)

    13. DeQuan Menzie, Alabama  (No. 95 Overall)

    14. Jayron Hosley, Virginia Tech (No. 96 Overall)

    15. Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina (No. 104 Overall)

    16. Omar Bolden, Arizona State (No. 123 Overall)

    17. Shaun Prater, Iowa (No. 126 Overall)

    18. Micah Pellerin, Hampton (No. 131 Overall)

    19. Chase Minnifield, Virginia (No. 139 Overall)

    20. Leonard Johnson, Iowa State  (No. 141 Overall)

    21. Ryan Steed, Furman (No. 151 Overall) 

    22. Coryell Judie, Texas A&M (No. 157 Overall)

    23. Asa Jackson, Cal Poly (No. 158 Overall)

    24. Donnie Fletcher, Boston College (No. 179 Overall)

    25. Mike Harris, Florida State (No. 186 Overall)

    26. Justin Bethel, Presbyterian (No. 187 Overall)

    27. Keith Tandy, West Virginia (No. 191 Overall)

    28. Chris Greenwood, Albion (No. 216 Overall)

    29. Coty Sensabaugh, Clemson (No. 237 Overall)

    30. Trevin Wade, Arizona (No. 246 Overall)

    31. Charles Brown, North Carolina (No. 249 Overall)

    32. Emanuel Davis, East Carolina (No. 252 Overall)

    33. Terrence Frederick, Texas A&M (No. 262 Overall)

    34. D'Anton Lynn, Penn State (No. 266 Overall)

    35. Robert Blanton, Notre Dame (No. 267 Overall)

    36. Cliff Harris, Oregon (No. 302 Overall)

Free Safeties

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    Best Prospect: George Iloka

    Most NFL Ready: Markelle Martin

    Best Coverage: Markelle Martin

    Best vs. Run: George Iloka

    Best Potential: George Iloka

    Biggest Bust: Trenton Robinson

    Biggest Sleeper: Janzen Jackson

    Biggest Risk: Blake Gideon

    Lowest Risk: Markelle Martin

    First Pro Bowler: George Iloka

    Best in Five Years: George Iloka

     

     

    1. George Iloka, Boise State (No. 67 Overall)

    2. Markelle Martin, Oklahoma State (No. 81 Overall)

    3. Trenton Robinson, Michigan State (No. 125 Overall)

    4. Janzen Jackson, McNeese State (No. 133 Overall)

    5. Aaron Henry, Wisconsin (No. 169 Overall)

    6. Christian Thompson, South Carolina State (No. 171 Overall)

    7. Eddie Whitley, Virginia Tech (No. 181 Overall)

    8. Tramain Thomas, Arkansas (No. 182 Overall)

    9. Brandon Hardin, Oregon State (No. 221 Overall)

    10. Tysyn Hartman, Kansas State (No. 229 Overall)

    11. Damien Jackson, Mississippi (No. 259 Overall)

    12. Jerrell Young, South Florida (No. 267 Overall)

    13. Blake Gideon, Texas (No. 279 Overall)

    14. Phillip Thomas, Syracuse (No. 310 Overall)

Strong Safeties

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    Best Prospect: Mark Barron

    Most NFL Ready: Mark Barron

    Best Coverage: Harrison Smith

    Best vs. Run: Mark Barron

    Best Potential: Mark Barron

    Biggest Bust: Antonio Allen

    Biggest Sleeper: Kelcie McCray

    Biggest Risk: Mark Barron

    Lowest Risk: Harrison Smith

    First Pro Bowler: Mark Barron

    Best in Five Years: Mark Barron

     

     

    1. Mark Barron, Alabama (No. 18 Overall)

    2. Harrison Smith, Notre Dame (No. 39 Overall)

    3. Antonio Allen, South Carolina (No. 134 Overall)

    4. Brandon Taylor, LSU (No. 135 Overall)

    5. Duke Ihenacho, San Jose State (No. 190 Overall)

    6. Kelcie McCray, Arkansas State (No. 192 Overall)

    7. Eddie Pleasant, Oregon (No. 218 Overall)

    8. Matt Daniels, Duke (No. 241 Overall)

    9. Sean Cattouse, California (No. 254 Overall)

    10. Winston Guy, Kentucky (No. 274 Overall)

    11. Charles Mitchell, Mississippi State (No. 280 Overall)

    12. Cyhl Quarles, Wake Forest (No. 283 Overall)

    13. Johnny Thomas, Oklahoma State (No. 297 Overall)

    14. Sean Richardson, Vanderbilt (No. 311 Overall)