2011 NFL Mock Draft: Projecting Where Top 50 Remaining Players Will Go on Day 3

Tony Santorsa@@TonySantorsaSenior Writer IIApril 30, 2011

2011 NFL Mock Draft: Projecting Where Top 50 Remaining Players Will Go on Day 3

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    NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 28:  NFL Commissoner Roger Goodell speaks at the podium during the 2011 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall on April 28, 2011 in New York City.  (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images)
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    The first three rounds of the NFL draft have now concluded, and now we can take a much closer look at middle-round prospects who haven't really had too much "buzz" and will look to make a name for themselves at the start of the 2011 NFL season.

    Fans may not even bother watching the remaining rounds of the draft, but this is where the bold deicsions are made by franchises and where draft steals are made.

    To a get a better understanding, here are my projection of where the top 50 prospects remaining in the 2011 NFL draft will go on day three of the draft.

    Hope you all enjoy these projections! Be sure to leave your feedback regarding any of these 50 projections.

    This article was first seen at PatriotsPlus.net. Be sure to follow Tony Santorsa on Twitter @          TonySantorsa. 

50. Ahmad Black, S, Florida

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    INDIANAPOLIS, IN - MARCH 1: Defensive back Ahmad Black #3 of Florida works out during the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 28, 2011 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
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    Florida's free safety, Ahmad Black, is a versatile defensive back who many teams will value.

    Black has had excellent production during his four years as a Gator—243 career tackles and 13 career interceptions. 

    Predicted team: New England Patriots

49. Tyrod Taylor, QB, Virginia Tech

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    MIAMI, FL - JANUARY 03:  Tyrod Taylor #5 of the Virginia Tech Hokies rolls out of the pocket against the Stanford Cardinal during the 2011 Discover Orange Bowl at Sun Life Stadium on January 3, 2011 in Miami, Florida. Stanford won 40-12. (Photo by Marc Se
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    Quarterback Tyrod Taylor is the most mobile quarterback available in the later rounds. Taylor is definitely a great athlete, but there are major concerns on his passing ability.

    Not to mention, Taylor is only 6'0" and raises a few eyebrows regarding his ability to play quarterback at the next level. 

    Predicted team: Philadelphia Eagles

48. Taylor Potts, QB, Texas Tech

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    LUBBOCK, TX - SEPTEMBER 18:  Quarterback Taylor Potts #12 of the Texas Tech Red Raiders against the Texas Longhorns at Jones AT&T Stadium on September 18, 2010 in Lubbock, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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    Taylor Potts out of Texas Tech is one of the few "draftable" quarterbacks left in the 2011 draft class.

    Potts played fairly well at Texas Tech, where he completed 66.3 percent of his passes, but may struggle making an NFL team as a possible project quarterback.

    Predicted team: Washington Redskins

47. Jake Kirkpatrick, C, TCU

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    TCU center Jake Kirkpatrick certainly does have upside, is rather undersized at just 301 pounds.

    In order to excel at the next level, Kirkpatrick needs to bulk up and add muscle.

    Predicted team: Detroit Lions

46. Cedric Thornton, DE, Southern Arkansas

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    Cedric Thornton is a solid NFL prospect. He's get great size at 6'3" and 309 pounds, but may struggle due to his lack of rushing moves in his arsenal. 

    Predicted team: New England Patriots 

45. Henry Hynoski, FB, Pittsburgh

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    CINCINNATI, OH - DECEMBER 04:  Henry Hynoski #27 of the Pittsburgh Panthers runs with the ball during the Big East Conference game against the Cincinnati Bearcats at Nippert Stadium on December 4, 2010 in Cincinnati, Ohio.  Pittsburgh won 28-10.  (Photo b
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    Fullback Henry Hynoski is your typical smash-mouth, hard-nosed blocking fullback.

    Any team who's looking for a guy to clear the way for their halfback, Hynoski is a potential suitor.

    Predicted team: Philadelphia Eagles

44. Derek Hall, OT, Stanford

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    Stanford offensive tackle Derek Hall has great size at 6'5" but isn't a great pass blocker due to his poor speed.

    Hall is strictly a right tackle, and hasn't show any signs to play left tackle.

    Predicted team: Oakland Raiders

43. Chris White, LB, Mississippi State

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    Chris White, inside linebacker out of Mississippi State, has shown signs of being a quality inside linebacker at the next level.

    However, White isn't the fastest guy and struggles in coverage—something he desperately needs to improve.

    Predicted team: Buffalo Bills 

42. Owen Marecic, FB, Stanford

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    SEATTLE - OCTOBER 30:  Running back Owen Marecic #48 of the Stanford Cardinal rushes against the Washington Huskies on October 30, 2010 at Husky Stadium in Seattle, Washington. Stanford won 41-0. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
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    Owen Marecic is arguably the most versatile player in the 2011 NFL draft. Marecic lined up as a fullback and linebacker for Stanford during his collegiate years.

    Marecic will enter the draft as a fullback, but will likely end up being a quality special teams player.

    Predicted team: Kansas City Chiefs 

41. Tom Keiser, OLB, Stanford

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    STANFORD, CA - SEPTEMBER 20:  Kyle Reed #7 of San Jose State Spartans fumbles the ball as Tom Keiser #94 of the Stanford Cardinals defends during the fourth quarter at Stanford Stadium on September 20, 2008 in Stanford, California.  (Photo by Jed Jacobsoh
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    Stanford's Tom Keiser is a solid prospect, but isn't technically physically gifted.

    Kesier is very good at rushing the passer, but other than that, he's not too special.

    Predicted team: Baltimore Ravens

40. James Brewer, OT, Indiana

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    James Brewer out of Indiana is strictly a right tackle—no signs of playing left.

    Brewer has good size at 6'6" and 323 pounds, but he plays too high when blocking defenders.

    Predicted team: Cincinnati Bengals 

39. Greg Jones, LB, Michigan State

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    EVANSTON, IL - OCTOBER 23: Greg Jones #53 of the Michigan State Spartans awaits the start of play against the Northwestern Wildcats at Ryan Field on October 23, 2010 in Evanston, Illinois. Michigan State defeated Northwestern 35-27. (Photo by Jonathan Dan
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    While playing at Michigan State, inside linebacker Greg Jones was simply a tackling machine.

    During his four years as a Spartan, he recorded an amazing 465 tackles. 

    Predicted team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

38. Chris Neild, DT, West Virginia

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    West Virginia's Chris Neild is a decent defensive linemen and is best suited for nose guard due to his massive size.

    However, Neild isn't a pass rusher, he's a run stopper, and he is very slow.

    Predicted team: Minnesota Vikings 

37. Virgil Green, TE, Nevada

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    Nevada's Virgil Green has shown glimpses of being as effective as Aaron Hernandez and Antonio Gates.

    Green is a very athletic tight end and is a very dangerous player in open space.

    Predicted team: Baltimore Ravens 

36. Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, Oregon State

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    PASADENA, CA - NOVEMBER 06:  Jacquizz Rodgers #1 of the Oregon State Beavers runs through an opening against the UCLA Bruins at the Rose Bowl on November 6, 2010 in Pasadena, California.  (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
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    Oregon State running back Jacquizz Rodgers is your typical "scat-back."

    While being a "scat-back," Rodgers isn't the biggest guy, but offers a lot of explosiveness and upside. 

    Predicted team: Jacksonville Jaguars 

35. Tandon Doss, WR, Indiana

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    BLOOMINGTON, IN - NOVEMBER 01:  Tandon Doss #81 of the Indiana Hooisers celebrates on the field during the game against the Central Michigan Chippewas at Memorial Stadium on November 1, 2008 in Bloomington, Indiana.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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    Wide receiver Tandon Doss out of Indiana definitely possesses all of the intangibles to be a great wide receiver; however, he may have left school too early.

    After playing three years at Indiana, he recorded 154 receptions and scored only 13 touchdowns.

    Predicted team: Carolina Panthers

34. Jalil Brown, CB, Colorado

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    BOULDER, CO - NOVEMBER 07:  Jalil Brown #23 of the Colorado Buffaloes breaks up a third down pass intended for Uzoma Nwachukwu #7 of the Texas A&M Aggies forcing a Texas A&M 47 yard fourth quarter field goal during NCAA college football action at Folsom F
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    Colorado cornerback Jalil Brown is just a solid prospect in the middle rounds of the draft.

    Brown is pretty good at man-to-man coverage, however he lacks ball skills—only six career interceptions. 

    Predicted team: Atlanta Falcons 

33. Jerrell Powe, DT, Mississippi

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    TUSCALOOSA, AL - OCTOBER 16:  Jerrell Powe #57 of the Ole Miss Rebels against the Alabama Crimson Tide at Bryant-Denny Stadium on October 16, 2010 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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    Defensive tackle Jerrell Powe is a massive object and potential anchor for an NFL defensive line.

    However, may scouts have speculated that Powe may be too top heavy.

    Predicted team: Washington Redskins 

32. Pernell McPhee, DE, Mississippi State

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    Pernell McPhee is a solid pass rusher and could be a quality sub-package player at the next level.

    McPhee recorded a total of seven sacks over his two seasons at Mississippi State. 

    Predicted team: Pittsburgh Steelers 

31. Chris Carter, OLB, Fresno State

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    Chris Carter is a very versatile player, as he's had experience at playing defensive end and outside linebacker.

    However, while playing defensive end, he may have lost some essential skills required to play outside linebacker.

    Predicted team: New York Jets 

30. Edmund Gates, WR, Abilene Christian

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    Wide receiver Edmund Gates is the fastest receiver available with his stellar 4.37 forty-yard dash time. Gates may be fast, but may only be best suited as a special teams player.

    Predicted team: San Diego Chargers 

29. Steven Friday, OLB, Virginia Tech

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    BLACKSBURG, VA - NOVEMBER 04: Defensive end Steven Friday #82 of the Virginia Tech Hokies celebrates after making a tackle against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Lane Stadium on November 4, 2010 in Blacksburg, Virginia.  (Photo by Geoff Burke/Getty Im
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    Steven Friday is a very solid pass rusher, as he tallied up 8.5 sacks for Virginia Tech last season.

    However, he may only possess pass-rushing skills, as he's too small to hold against the run at the next level.

    Predicted team: Green Bay Packers

28. Brandon Fusco, C, Slippery Rock

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    Brandon Fusco out of Slippery Rock is definitely a very solid NFL prospect who can play center at the next level.

    However, in order to make an impact, Fusco must add some more muscle and needs to play with a lot better leverage. 

    Predicted team: New York Giants

27. Tyler Sash, SS, Iowa

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    INDIANAPOLIS, IN - MARCH 1: Defensive back Tyler Sash #42 of Iowa runs with the football during the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 28, 2011 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
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    Tyler Sash is one of the better free safeties in a relative weak free safety draft.

    Sash has great coverage skills but lacks speed and ability. 

    Predicted team: Oakland Raiders 

26. Colin McCarthy, LB, Miami

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    MIAMI, FL - SEPTEMBER 20: Linebacker Colin McCarthy #44 of the University of Miami  Hurricanes celebrates a defensive play against the Texas A&M Aggies at the Orange Bowl on September 20, 2007 in Miami, Florida.  Miami won 31-17.  (Photo by Al Messerschmi
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    Inside linebacker Colin McCarthy has the ideal size and strength in order to make it at the next level.

    However, McCarthy is an average tackler, and if he wants to excel in the NFL as a linebacker, he must improve his tackling skills.

    Predicted team: Indianapolis Colts

25. Pat Devlin, QB, Delaware

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    Quarterback Pat Devlin is one of the most underrated quarterbacks in the NFL draft. 

    Devlin is a very productive and efficient passer, as he threw a career total of 42 touchdowns and just 12 interceptions while spending time at Penn State and Delaware. 

    Predicted team: Seattle Seahawks

24. Quan Sturdivant, LB, North Carolina

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    ATLANTA - SEPTEMBER 04:  Quan Sturdivant #52 of the North Carolina Tar Heels against the LSU Tigers during the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game at Georgia Dome on September 4, 2010 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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    If NFL teams go strictly by production, then North Carolina inside linebacker Quan Sturdivant would have been long gone.

    During his four years at North Carolina, Sturdivant tallied up an incredible 309 tackles and 27.5 sacks. 

    Predicted team: St. Louis Rams 

23. Chris Hairston, OT, Clemson

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    Chris Hairston is a rather athletic offensive tackle and was very impressive during his time at Clemson. 

    Hairston's only major glaring weakness is his ability to pass block—he plays too high.

    Predicted team: Detroit Lions

22. Luke Stocker, TE, Tennessee

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    TUSCALOOSA, AL - OCTOBER 24:  Luke Stocker #88 of the Tennessee Volunteers against the Alabama Crimson Tide at Bryant-Denny Stadium on October 24, 2009 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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    Luke Stocker is one of the more complete and ideal tight ends in the 2011 draft class.

    Stocker is a great receiver and can do some damage in space, as he's very difficult to bring down.

    Predicted team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

21. Buster Skrine, CB, Tenn.-Chattanooga

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    Cornerback Buster Skrine is an extremely fast player who can keep up with just about every single wide receiver in the NFL.

    However, Skrine wasn't a very productive player in college, which may raise a few flags.

    Predicted team: Denver Broncos 

20. Christian Ballard, DE, Iowa

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    The most appealing trait regarding Christian Ballard is his versatility. The Iowa defensive end can play nearly any position on the defensive line—something that teams will value.

    Predicted team: San Francisco 49ers

19. K.J. Wright, OLB, Mississippi State

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    During K.J. Wright's three seasons at Mississippi State, he tallied 258 sacks and 22.5 sacks—not too shabby.

    Wright must improve on his ability to read plays in order to play well at the next level.

    Predicted team: Oakland Raiders

18. Jeremy Kerley, WR, TCU

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    FORT WORTH, TX - OCTOBER 16:  Wide receiver Jeremy Kerley #85 of the TCU Horned Frogs carries the ball against the BYU Cougars at Amon G. Carter Stadium on October 16, 2010 in Fort Worth, Texas.  TCU beat BYU 31-3.  (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
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    Wide receiver Jeremy Kerley really improved his draft stock in the Senior Bowl earlier this year.

    While playing at TCU for his senior season, Kerley scored an impressive 10 touchdowns while reeling in 56 balls.

    Predicted team: St. Louis Rams 

17. Mark Herzlich, LB, Boston College

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    CHESTNUT HILL, MA - SEPTEMBER 25:  Mark Herzlich #94 and Thomas Claiborne #78 of the Boston College Eagles lead the team out on the field before the game against the Virginia Tech Hokies on September 25, 2010 at Alumni Stadium in Chestnut Hill, Massachuse
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    Boston College's Mark Herzlich was just a monster during his time as an Eagle. Over four seasons at BC, Herzlich tallied up an incredible 314 tackles and 31.5 tackles behind the line of scrimmage—those are some huge numbers.

    Herzlich missed the entire 2009 season due to his battle with cancer, but now as a cancer survivor, Herzlich will likely develop into a quality NFL linebacker.

    Predicted team: Houston Texans 

16. Kendall Hunter, RB, Oklahoma State

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    LAWRENCE, KS - NOVEMBER 20:  Running back Kendall Hunter #24 of the Oklahoma State Cowboys carries the ball during the game against the Kansas Jayhawks on November 20, 2010 at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, Kansas.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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    Oklahoma State running back Kendall Hunter is a pretty good prospect and draft selection.

    Hunter was very effective during his final year as a Cowboy, when he rushed for 1,548 yards and scored an outstanding 16 touchdowns. 

    However, Hunter comes off as stocky and will need to bulk up by adding muscle.

    Predicted team: Miami Dolphins 

15. Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut

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    EAST HARTFORD, CT - NOVEMBER 27:  Jordan Todman #23 of the Connecticut Huskies carries the ball around the Cincinnati Bearcats defense on November 27, 2010 at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Connecticut. The Huskies defeated the Bearcats 38-17.  (Photo
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    Running back Jordan Todman may be considered to be too small to be an every-down running back, but he has the upside to be a very effective player.

    Todman ended his three-year career at UConn with 3,179 yards.

    Predicted team: St. Louis Rams 

14. Greg McElroy, QB, Alabama

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    ORLANDO, FL - JANUARY 01:  Greg McElroy #12 of the Alabama Crimson Tide passes the ball during the Capitol One Bowl against the Michigan State Spartans at the Florida Citrus Bowl on January 1, 2011 in Orlando, Florida.  (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images
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    During Greg McElroy's time at Alabama, he was nothing but a winner.

    McElroy has gone a bit under the radar, but he has the ability to be a quality NFL quarterback down the road.

    Predicted team: Arizona Cardinals 

13. Lawrence Guy, DE, Arizona State

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    Defensive end Lawrence Guy out of Arizona State is a very good athlete for his position.

    Guy was a very productive player during his time as a Sun Devil, as he recorded 122 tackles and 23 tackles for a loss during his three-year career. 

    Predicted team: Dallas Cowboys 

12. Brandon Burton, CB, Utah

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    SAN DIEGO - NOVEMBER 20:  Wide receiver DeMarco Sampson #1 of the San Diego State Aztecs makes a catch over cornerback Brandon Burton #27 of the Utah Utes at Qualcomm Stadium on November 20, 2010 in San Diego, California.  Utah won 38-34.  (Photo by Steph
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    Utah cornerback Brandon Burton possesses a nice combination of speed and height.

    However, his 5'11" height can get him into trouble sometimes against taller receivers—also, he needs to add more muscle to match up against bigger receivers.

    Predicted team: Seattle Seahawks 

11. D.J. Williams, TE, Arkansas

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    NEW ORLEANS, LA - JANUARY 04:  D.J. Williams #45 of the Arkansas Razorbacks runs after a catch in the first half against the Ohio State Buckeyes during the Allstate Sugar Bowl at the Louisiana Superdome on January 4, 2011 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Phot
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    Arkansas tight end D.J. Williams has the potential to be a great NFL tight end. 

    The only glaring knock against Williams is that he needs to run better routes—he can get lazy sometimes and lose focus. 

    Predicted team: Denver Broncos 

10. Chykie Brown, CB, Texas

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    AUSTIN, TX - NOVEMBER 07:  Cornerback Chykie Brown #8 of the Texas Longhorns practices before a game against the UCF Knights on November 7, 2009 at Darrell K Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas.  Texas won 35-3.  (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Ima
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    Cornerback Chykie Brown wasn't always the most productive player at Texas, but he's always been an athlete.

    One of the more interesting facts about Brown is that he's got very long arms: 33 inches.

    Predicted team: Houston Texans 

9. DeAndre McDaniel, FS, Clemson

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    AUBURN, AL - SEPTEMBER 18:  Darvin Adams #89 of the Auburn Tigers fails to pull in this reception against DeAndre McDaniel #2 of the Clemson Tigers at Jordan-Hare Stadium on September 18, 2010 in Auburn, Alabama.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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    Clemson's DeAndre McDaniel is the best free safety available and has tremendous upside. 

    During his time at Clemson, McDaniel tallied 274 tackles, 15 interceptions and four forced fumbles. 

    Predicted team: Arizona Cardinals 

8. Deunta Williams, SS, North Carolina

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    CHESTNUT HILL, MA - NOVEMBER 21:  Deunta Williams #27 of the North Carolina Tar Heels carries the ball after he intercepted a pass in the fourth quarter against the Boston College Eagles on November 21, 2009 at Alumni Stadium in Chestnut Hill, Massachuset
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    In a rather weak strong safety draft class, Deunta Williams is one of the few prospects with potential.

    Williams was a very physical defender who flowed very well towards the ball.

    Predicted team: Philadelphia Eagles 

7. Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa

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    MOBILE, AL - JANUARY 29: Quarterback Ricky Stanzi #12 of the North Team passes over South Team defenders during second quarter of the Under Armour Senior Bowl on January 29, 2011 at Ladd Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama.  (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Im
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    Iowa's Ricky Stanzi is the best quarterback remaining in the 2011 NFL draft, and he will likely not be available for too long. 

    Stanzi was very accurate as a senior and played with great leadership.

    Predicted team: Miami Dolphins 

6. Greg Romeus, DE, Pittsburgh

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    LOUISVILLE, KY - OCTOBER 02:  Adam Froman #9 of the Louisville Cardinals is sacked by Greg Romeus #91  of the Pittsburgh Panthers during the Big East Conference game at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium on October 2, 2009 in Louisville, Kentucky.  (Photo by An
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    Pittsburgh's Greg Romeus is one of the most athletic defensive ends in the 2011 draft class.

    However, Romeus missed most of the 2010 season due to a torn ACL which has caused his stock to fall significantly. 

    Predicted team: Seattle Seahawks 

5. Casey Matthews, LB, Oregon

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    GLENDALE, AZ - JANUARY 10:  Casey Matthews #55 of the Oregon Ducks looks on against the Auburn Tigers during the Tostitos BCS National Championship Game at University of Phoenix Stadium on January 10, 2011 in Glendale, Arizona.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Get
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    Oregon inside linebacker Casey Matthews, during his four-year career, made 245 tackles. 

    Matthews plays with a lot of aggression and is very physical, which is what NFL teams look for in a middle linebacker.

    Predicted team: Buffalo Bills 

4. Sam Acho, OLB / DE, Texas

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    ARLINGTON, TX - DECEMBER 5: Quarterback Zac Lee of the Nebraska Cornhuskers is sacked by Sam Acho #81 of the Texas Longhorns at Cowboys Stadium on December 5, 2009 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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    Defensive end Sam Acho out of Texas will likely make the transition to outside line in a 3-4 defense in the NFL.

    Acho isn't a great pass rusher, as he's more of a well-rounded player that's not bad at any part of the game, but isn't really over the top at anything, either.

    Predicted team: New England Patriots 

3. Marcus Cannon, OL, TCU

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    TCU's Marcus Cannon is an extremely versatile offensive lineman, as he's able to play guard or even right tackle.

    One notable trait regarding Cannon is that he's got great agility for his size (6'6" 358 pounds)

    Predicted team: Dallas Cowboys 

2. Jason Pinkston, OG Pittsburgh

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    Not only can Jason Pinkston play offensive guard, but he's versatile enough to play right tackle as well.

    Pinkston was very effective at Pittsburgh, where he used his great footwork, extremely long arms and solid upper-body strength. 

    Predicted team: Cincinnati Bengals

1. Davon House, CB, New Mexico State

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    It's rather surprising that Davon House is still available entering the fourth round of the 2011 NFL draft.

    House possess the ideal height for a cornerback (6'0") and great in both man-to-man coverage and zone coverage.

    The only knocks on House are very minor because overall, he's a quality draft selection and can be a solid NFL cornerback in the future.

    Predicted team: Carolina Panthers