Round 1: Ohio State linebacker Ryan Shazier
An ultra-athletic run-and-hit defensive player who will likely start in Week 1 opposite Lawrence Timmons.
Round 2: Notre Dame defensive lineman Stephon Tuitt
A versatile combination athlete-power player who could compete for extensive snaps this season.
Round 3: Kent State running back Dri Archer
The Combine's fastest 40-yard runner, he could see special teams and packages duties this season.
Round 4: Clemson wide receiver Montavis Bryant
One of the best size and speed combinations in a very deep draft for his position. Raw, needs work.
Round 5a: Arizona cornerback Shaquille Richardson
A Carnell Lake recruit to UCLA, great athlete, needs strength and technique work.
Round 5b: Vanderbilt offensive lineman Wesley Johnson
A position-flexible zone-blocker, needs to work on anchor strength but good on the move.
Round 6a: UCLA linebacker Jordan Zumwalt
Passionate, fiery leader, violent would be an understatement, loves to play the game. Future fan favorite.
Round 6b: Tennessee nose tackle Daniel McCullers
Giant describes him well. Mammoth nose tackle with good quickness. One to watch.
Round 7: Massachusetts tight end Rob Blanchflower
Solid blocker, well-built, could fill future 2-3 TE role.