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25. Mike Gillislee, RB, Florida: Gillislee patiently let his blocks develop and was much better between the tackles than one would expect after watching him on film. Cincinnati Bengals owner and GM Mike Brown was heard speaking to his scouts about Gillislee's Tuesday performance during a South practice.
24. Michael Williams, TE, Alabama: The tight end crop was nothing to write home about, but Williams was the best of the bunch. He is best known as a blocking TE that one scout told me was better as a blocker coming out of college than Giants TE Martellus Bennett currently is as a pro. Williams showed good hands during practices as well. He was a surprisingly steady receiving presence over the middle for a not-so-steady quarterback group.
23. Vince Williams, LB, Florida State: Williams brings a bulky, physical presence to the linebacking corps of the South squad and has quick feet and a nonstop motor. He is most effective as a downhill disruptor, but he also made athletic moves to break up crossing routes twice on Tuesday, when the pads first went on.
22. Cobi Hamilton, WR, Arkansas: Hamilton made some of the most spectacular plays of the week when going up for high-point deep balls in traffic. Unfortunately, he seemed to only be able to do so on throws from former Arkansas teammate Tyler Wilson and seemed less crisp than his teammates in position drills.
21. Kawann Short, DT, Purdue: Short showed a consistent blend of speed and power on the inside. While he was relatively quiet during 11-on-11s all week, he was explosive, vocal and prominent in position drills.