1. Jonathan Cooper OG North Carolina - best fit for athletic zone type OL play. Obviously passing up a lot of players who could help the team here but having a stud o-line could be the rising tide that lifts all boats, helping the run game and pass protection look a lot better.
2. DeAndre Hopkins, WR Clemson - total package at receiver, good size, good route skills, can block. A little lower than the Tenn kids on measurables but he's been productive vs top competition, catching almost a mile worth of passes last year.
3. Phillip Thomas FS Fresno State - Consummate ball hawk with 8 INT with 3 pick 6 in 2012. Athletic physical safety who could play either spot.
4 Reid Fragel, OT Ohio St. - TE conversion project with limited experience at Tackle. Very high ceiling but needs strength and technique coaching.
5 Stansly Moponga, TCU - OLB Player sort of in the mold of James Harrison, a little on the short side but very stout. Created 5 fumbles last year. Needs coaching to improve technique and consistency.
6 Kapron Lewis-Moore, DE - Notre Dame - developmental 5 technique. Thickly built and stout at the point of attack.
6comp Zac Stacy, RB - Vanderbilt - Good production at Vandy vs top competition. Small but thickly built. Combine measurables show good explosion and strength.
7 TJ Moe slot WR Missouri - Former HS QB, smaller stature WR with great strength and quickness. Tops for WR at the combine in Bench, Short Shuttle, 3 Cone. Sounds like a tenacious player to put in the slot. Kind of a mix of ARE and Hines. He's currently slotted as 6-FA from various sources