30. Budda Baker, Washington, Safety
Tremendous cover skills with the ability to be stout against the run as a down hill player. People are going to let him slide because of his test scores but just looking at the tape and on field ability this guy should be a first round pick.
29. T.J Watt, Wisconsin, Line-backer
Here we have a legacy. Struggled to get on the field early on in his career but last year as a starter he way outstanding on the outside and has shown the ability to pull inside if a team needs him to.
28. Taco Charlton, Michigan, Defensive end
The talent is clear with great length, bend and speed but he did only start one year mainly down to inconsistencies. I think he’d be a great pick for a team with established veterans who can teach him how to become a great pro.
27. Marlon Humphrey, Alabama, Cornerback
He show all the ability to be a number one corner in the NFL except for one thing, the deep ball. Clemson took advantage of that in the championship game and he really needs to clean that up if he’s going to be a number one.
26. Tre’davious White, LSU, Cornerback
Great experience playing ever since he was a true freshman with game time both on the outside and in the slot. He always want to attack the ball and can sometimes bite off more than he can chew.
25. Garrett Bolles, Utah, Tackle
At 6″5 and over 300 pounds he has great lateral movement which you don’t usually see in an offensive tackle coming out of college. He could play at either tackle or guard at the next level.
24. Teez Tabor, Florida, Cornerback
If you’re looking for production look no further than this guy with interception numbers that jump off the page. What could be a problem for him is straight line speed up against the athleticism in the NFL.
23. Jabril Peppers, Michigan, Safety
We don’t know whether he’s a safety or a line-backer but that’s part of his value, he can dominate at both spots as soon as he learns the positions at the next level. Bottom line is, whoever takes Peppers is getting a game changer.
22. Derek Barnett, Tennessee, Defensive end
This guy is a man. He show great power in the pass rush and finishes with the best of them. To me his greatest value is that he also stands strong in the run game so he can be a three down lineman in the NFL.
21. Corey Davis, WMU, Wide receiver
This guy has great production coming out of a smaller school. He gets open and catches the ball but his greatest asset is his ability to run great routes whether its on the outside or the slot.