Ronnie Stanley OT Notre Dame #78 Ht: 6’6″ Wt: 318 Overview: Stanley has emerged as a dominant left tackle for the Irish and is one of the most physical linemen in the nation. He has a rare combination of strength and agility, making him an ideal left tackle and a potential top-10 pick.
Hutson Mason QB Georgia #14 Ht: 6’3″ Wt: 202 Overview: There’s not a whole lot about Mason’s game to get excited about, but he has the basic tools to carve out an NFL career. His best asset is his patience and confidence. He’s willing to stand in the pocket and remain calm under pressure and go through […]
Bud Dupree DE/LB Kentucky #2 Ht: 6’4″ Wt: 269 Overview: Dupree improved dramatically from his junior to senior year. By adding weight, he improved his ability to hold up against the run and also improved his ability as a more well-rounded pass-rusher. He’s probably best suited as a 4-3 end due to his ability to set the […]
Michael Bennett DT Ohio State #63 Ht: 6’2″ Wt: 293 Overview: Bennett may be a scheme-limited prospect, which hurts his value. However, he projects as a disruptive three-technique tackle in the 4-3 scheme and could be a force right away. His production has been up and down throughout his career, but he was a dominant force […]
Danny Shelton DT Washington #55 Ht: 6’2″ Wt: 339 Overview: Shelton is an intriguing prospect because there are only so many players in every draft with his combination of size and athleticism. However, his inconsistent play makes him more of a developmental prospect than a sure thing. His lack of consistent dominance in college raises some concern, and doesn’t […]