1. David Yankey, G, Stanford
A number of high-profile offensive linemen have fallen, and Yankey tops said list.
He has above-average (but not great) athleticism, and he's a dependable, fundamentally sound pass-protector.
2. Bruce Ellington, WR, South Carolina
Ellington is one of the top players, regardless of position, left on the board.
He isn't as shifty as some of his peers, but he always manages to find crevices in space and move the chains.
He owns a set of the most reputable hands in the draft, and on rushing downs, he's not afraid to get them dirty.
3. Jordan Tripp, ILB, Montana
A relatively raw but supremely athletic linebacker with an eclectic skill set.
He projects best as "Will" linebacker (Derrick Johnson's position), as he exhibits the speed to chase down rushers and the agility to drop in coverage.
4. Dakota Dozier, G, Furman
A small-school guard who plays with a mean streak.
He's an accomplished run-blocker, and he's athletic enough to meet the demand of Andy Reid's screen-heavy offense.
5. Michael Campanaro, WR, Wake Forest
Campanaro left Wake Forest as the all-time leader in receptions with 229.
He puts a premium on subtleties that many receivers dismiss. And unlike most slot targets, his hands are secure enough to be sponsored by ADT.
He is also stronger than one would assume.
6. Martavis Bryant, WR, Clemson
This big-bodied (6'4", 211 pounds) wideout can stretch the field, embodying a rare brand of speed for someone of his stature.
To an extent, he's also capable of shaking defenders in the open field, but he still needs to learn the nuances of route running and prove that the sport has his undivided attention.
7. Marqueston Huff, FS, Wyoming
Only a scattering of players remain at the position, and even fewer flaunt the prerequisite speed to line up as a single-high safety.
Huff satisfies the criteria and reigned as a ball-hawking playmaker throughout college, but he'll need at least a year of grooming before any chance of progressing into a weekly contributor.
8. Shayne Skov, ILB, Stanford
Skov was a budding up-and-comer a few years ago, but an ACL tear derailed his development.
Still, he's a two-down run-stuffer with ill intentions who can potentially supplant Joe Mays in due time.
9. Jalen Saunders, WR, Oklahoma
Saunders is a bite-sized slot receiver at 5'9", so his frame is bound to raise concerns—despite the fact that he authored an ironclad attendance record at Oklahoma.
He's relatively sure-handed and runs clean, precise routes.
If he secures possession and is greeted with open space, at least one defender is certain to nosedive into the ground empty-handed.