Players on either the offensive or defensive lines in the NFL have acquired a certain, "Are you stronger than me?" mentality.
Strength is a must in the NFL. Players can get away with not being as strong, or as quick or as flexible than other players in college, but once you reach the NFL, it is totally different.
The NFL is a much different game. It is faster, stronger and there is obviously more talent on the field.
NFL teams pick prospects on potential, not necessarily on collegiate performance. They pick on a player's intangibles. They look at 40 speeds, bench press, size and work ethic.
Here are eight prospects with these types of intangibles that can get them drafted in the first round.