Yes, the junior defensive linemen are dominating the top five.
Another top five or ten pick, Derrick Morgan of Georgia Tech, is destined to land in Tampa Bay, Kansas City, or Jacksonville.
Playing in 39 games, Morgan had 17 career solo sacks and five assists. He also had 74 solo tackles, of which 24 accounted for 154 total yards lost. He also had two forced fumbles while at Georgia Tech.
Another defensive lineman, but this time from a team that recently has become a force in the state of Florida. Enter Jason Pierre-Paul of the University of South Florida.
Pierre-Paul's college career journey has been quite interesting.
Prior to his arrival and one-year stay at South Florida, he started at College of the Canyons. For his sophomore season, he transferred to Fort Scott Community College in Kansas, before finally arriving at South Florida.
Let's just hope that once he's drafted, he stays more than a year with his new NFL team.
While at South Florida, he had six solo and one assisted sacks, six QB hurries, and two forced fumbles. He also had one interception, returning it 18 yards for a TD.
He will come off the draft board within the first 15 picks. He reminds me of another "freak": Jevon Kearse.
Anthony Davis played in 38 games at Rutgers, and will protect a NFL QB's blind side soon enough.
OTs are important positions in the NFL, even though they are not sexy ones. Definitely a top ten pick in the upcoming draft, don't be surprised if you see Davis end up in Detroit, Washington, or Cleveland.