Brett Smith, QB, Wyoming
A surprising combine snub, Brett Smith accounted for 97 total touchdowns in just three seasons with the Cowboys. He'll join sixth-round pick and Wyoming teammate Herron in Tampa.
Solomon Patton, WR, Florida
An undersized speedster, Solomon Patton posted sub-4.4 40 times at Florida's pro day, via NFL.com, fitting the "speed in space" that new offensive coordinator Jeff Tedford is looking for.
Matt Patchan, OT, Boston College
Local product started his college career with Florida before following his position coach, Steve Addazio, to Boston College. Loaded with talent, Matt Patchan just needs to add some bulk and stay healthy.
Chaz Sutton, DE, South Carolina
The Gamecocks' edge-rusher who lined up opposite Jadeveon Clowney, Chaz Sutton is a bit undersized for a 4-3 end, but he has the athleticism to get after the quarterback and make plays in the backfield.
Ryne Giddins, DE, USF
Another local standout, Ryne Giddins was a highly touted recruit who spurned bigger programs to stay close to home and play for the Bulls. He's shown flashes as a pass-rusher, but he has struggled with injuries throughout his career.
Jeremy Smith, RB, Oklahoma State
Another prospect who has struggled to stay healthy, Jeremy Smith's streak of 10 straight games with a rushing touchdown trails only Barry Sanders in school history. He faces an uphill battle to win a roster spot in a packed backfield.
Andrew Miller, OL, Virginia Tech
A versatile lineman who spent time at both guard and center, Andrew Miller will get a chance to add depth to a unit that has suffered through some debilitating injuries over the past two seasons.
Josh Allen, OL, Louisiana-Monroe
Another prospect who has experience at both the center and guard spots, Josh Allen was a first-team All-Sun Belt selection after starting all 12 games in 2013.
Keith Lewis, CB, Virginia-Lynchburg
A small-school stud with an intriguing combination of size and speed, the 6'1", 190-pound cover man has reportedly been clocked as fast as 4.21 seconds in the 40-yard dash, via NFL Draft Diamonds.
Nate Askew, LB, Texas A&M
One of three Aggies to sign a free-agent contract with the Bucs, Nate Askew played receiver his entire career until switching to defense for the 2013 season, recording 33 tackles on the year.
Toney Hurd, Jr., DB, Texas A&M
A team captain, Toney Hurd is an undersized cover man who notched 51 tackles and a pair of sacks in his senior campaign, starting six games.
Steven Jenkins, LB, Texas A&M
Yet another Aggie defender, Steven Jenkins is an undersized but athletic player who consistently finds his way into the opposing backfield and packs a punch once he gets there.
Mycal Swaim, S, Eastern Michigan
A transfer from Butte College in California, Mycal Swaim tallied 81 tackles in his senior season with the Eagles and was invited to play in the Medal of Honor Bowl all-star game.
Euclid Cummings, DT, Georgia Tech
An undersized but athletic interior lineman, Euclid Cummings started every game for the Yellow Jackets in 2013. He is known for his passion and enthusiasm and became a vocal leader in this senior season.
Aaron Burks, WR, Boise State
A redshirt senior, Aaron Burks boasts an intriguing combination of size and speed. Listed at 6'3", 205 pounds, Burks averaged over 17 yards per catch in 2013 and has been clocked at 4.42 seconds in the 40-yard dash, via NFLDraftScout.com.
Chris Burnette, G, Georgia
A three-year starter for one of the SEC's best offenses, Chris Burnette overcame multiple injuries early in his career to become a consistent and effective blocker for the Bulldogs.
Dylan Lynch, K/P, Jacksonville
Handling both the punting and kicking duties for the Dolphins, Dylan Lynch was named the Pioneer League's Special Teams Player of the Week three times in 2013.