Players to watch: G Chance Warmack, OT D.J. Fluker, CB Dee Milliner, DT Jesse Williams, LB Nico Johnson, C Barrett Jones*, RB Eddie Lacy*
Chance Warmack is arguably the most polished and certainly the most devastating guard prospect in this year's draft. He possesses a fine combination of immense size and unimaginable agility and should go in the top 20.
D.J. Fluker can be dominant as well, but occasionally has stretches of uninspiring play. He'll own a pass-rusher eight plays in a row, then get beat on two straight. At 6'5'' and 340 pounds, he's quite the imposing figure.
Dee Milliner has size (6'0'', 201 pounds), scintillating speed (4.37 in the 40-yard dash), and was a steady outside cornerback during his Alabama career. He could go as high as No. 2 overall to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Jesse Williams isn't being placed in the elite defensive tackle prospect category, but he's an exceptionally strong, disruptive interior lineman. At 6'3'' and nearly 325 pounds with his never-tiring motor, Williams could find a home with a team in need of a space-eating nose tackle.
Nico Johnson will be drafted due to his collegiate pedigree, but he leaves a lot to be desired in the athleticism and playmaking departments. However, he's undeniably a fundamentally-sound inside linebacker who can be a spot starter early in his career.
Barrett Jones is a high-intelligence interior offensive lineman who doesn't boast tons of anchoring power, but his versatility will make him an asset in the NFL. He's only expected to bench at his Pro Day, as he recovers from a foot injury.
Eddie Lacy's stock inflated following a productive national title game in which he showcased power, vision and surprising cutting ability. A lingering hamstring injury will likely keep him off the field, however.
Players to watch: TE Travis Kelce, OLB/DE Walter Stewart
Travis Kelce has been compared to New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski due to his size (6'5'', 255), mauling nature as a run-blocker and natural ability as a pass catcher. He is far from a quick-twitch athlete, but he can box out smaller defenders in the red zone and make his presence felt down the seam. Although he only has one year of production to sell to NFL teams, he has a nice set of skills and upside.
Walter Stewart has a medical red flag (spine) that kept him from performing at the Scouting Combine. However, at 6'4'' and 246 pounds, he fits into that hybrid pass-rusher mold and his fluidity as an athlete will interest some teams.
Players to watch: RB Le'Veon Bell, CB Johnny Adams, TE Dion Sims, DL William Gholston
Le'Veon Bell is a bulldozing running back at 6'1'' and 230 pounds who enjoyed a highly productive career at Michigan State. What you see with Bell is what you get—a between-the-tackles power back who won't make defenders miss in the open field often but will frequently deliver the hit.
Johnny Adams didn't live up to expectations in 2012, but there's nothing that says he can't be a fine No. 2 corner as a professional.
William Gholston is an unfinished product oozing with athletic talent with a freakish body. At 6'6'' and 281 pounds, he stands out, but he won't be able to win solely employing bull rushes in the NFL.
Dion Sims, the 6'5'', 262-pound tight end, has potential as a chain-mover who's used primarily as a blocker at the next level.
Players to watch: OT Lane Johnson, S Tony Jefferson, QB Landry Jones
Lane Johnson is a converted quarterback who was moved to tight end before making the final switch to offensive line. Not shockingly, he's an incredible athlete for his position yet he showed off deceptive power at the Senior Bowl. It is possible he goes in the top 10.
Tony Jefferson is in the Matt Elam mold—he's a hard-hitting strong safety with decent coverage abilities.
Landry Jones has unfortunately experienced a drastic drop in his draft stock, mainly due to accuracy and pocket awareness issues.
Players to watch: OLB Khaseem Greene, RB Jawan Jamison, CB Logan Ryan, WR Mark Harrison
Khaseem Greene is an exceptionally rangy outside linebacker who moved down from the safety position during his Rutgers career. He was active in all phases of the game and projects to the weakside linebacker spot in a 4-3.
Jawan Jamison isn't a supreme talent, but he stays low to the ground and actually does compare, in some ways, to Rutgers product Ray Rice.
Logan Ryan is close to 6'0'' and has an aggressive playing style. Mark Harrison is a sleeper prospect because he didn't have outstanding production in college, but he ran a 4.46 at the Scouting Combine at 6'3'' and 231 pounds.