David Carter, DT, UCLA Bruins
Carter was a Combine snub whose stock fell without Combine numbers.
However, this could just mean another seventh round DE find for the Packers, following in the footsteps of 2010 pick CJ Wilson, who made major contributions in his rookie year.
Carter measures in at 6'4" and just a hair under 300 lbs, but shows good athleticism with a sub 5.00-40 yard dash. Packers representatives were at his UCLA Pro Day.
Jeremy Beal, DE/OLB, Oklahoma: Perhaps no prospect's stock have taken a worse fall due to the Combine than Beal.
Beal proved to be much slower than anticipated(5.14 40-yard dash), and scouts are worried that his college production may have been the result of just a lack of quality lineman. However, the All-Big 12 performer would definitely be worth a look this late in the draft.
Kendric Burney, CB, North Carolina: Burney's an extremely talented corner who will fall to the late rounds due to his small stature (5'9", 181 lbs).
He was expected to make up for his physical limitations with great athletic testing, but ran a 4.65 40-yard dash and recorded only a 30' vertical. However, his college production, like Beal's, make him worthy of a 7th round flier.
Aldrick Robinson, WR, SMU: Robinson has the speed and return ability to immediately contribute in special teams while he gets used to the NFL game. His small size (5'10", 182 lbs) will likely keep him from becoming a starter, but he could make a solid career in the slot and return game.
Ryan Taylor, FB/TE, North Carolina: Taylor was a high school TE who caught 118 passes for 25 TDs his final two years in college before going to a North Carolina team that didn't utilize its TEs in the passing game.
Taylor is highly athletic, turning down a lacrosse scholarship from Duke to play football for the Tar Heels. He was the first player in recent Tar Heel history to play offense (TE), defense (LB), and special teams in the same game, and set North Carolina's single-season TE receptions record this past year.
May never become a starter, especially at a loaded TE position, but would be a great contributor at special teams and versatile player on the depth chart.