1. Michael Oher, OT, Ole Miss
Oher has a rare blend of size, athleticism and girth. He entered the 2008 NFL draft, then pulled out a few days later even though he was considered a first-round pick. New coach Houston Nutt is glad he stayed. This time around, Oher – now a senior – could be the first player taken in the draft. He is No. 1 on the Rivals.com list of the top 100 pro prospects and could be the second consecutive offensive tackle chosen No. 1 overall; the Miami Dolphins took Michigan's Jake Long with the No. 1 pick earlier this year.
2. Andre Smith *, OT, Alabama
A massive tackle with great feet, in the mold of former first-round pick Shawn Andrews.
3. Matthew Stafford *, QB, Georgia
The most natural pocket passer in the nation. He has a skill set similar to Carson Palmer's.
17. Malcolm Jenkins, CB, Ohio State
An instinctive corner with good range and ball skills in zone coverage, but he lacks a second gear.
18. Ricky Jean-Francois *, DT, LSU
Was the quickest and most disruptive LSU defensive lineman in the national championship game last season and, yes, that includes Glenn Dorsey.
19. LeSean McCoy *, RB, Pittsburgh
He has struggled running though tackles this year. He's not quite as instinctive as Knowshon Moreno but has excellent body control for his size and possesses a nice combination of quickness and strength.
36. Rico McCoy *, LB, Tennessee
Undersized but has the most impressive fluidity and range of any linebacker in the draft. He should really rise up draft boards.
37. Mike Mickens, CB, Cincinnati
Long, rangy corner with good ball skills. He plays a bit high and struggles losing speed in his transition.
38. Nic Harris, SS, Oklahoma
Built like a linebacker and is strong attacking the line of scrimmage. He is fluid in zone coverage and has a nose for the ball.
39. Ciron Black *, OT, LSU
Displays a compact stance and moves well laterally. He can re-direct and has the quickness to reach the corner.
40. Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Oklahoma State
A physically imposing tight end with good power in the blocking game. He has impressive body control, and goes up and gets the ball as well as any receiver in the country.
41. Terrance Taylor, DT, Michigan
A two-gap plugger who can clog running lanes inside. He has good quickness off the snap and can push the pocket.
42. Josh Freeman *, QB, Kansas State
A physically impressive quarterback with rare arm strength and feel in the pocket. He's in the JaMarcus Russell/Daunte Culpepper mold.
43. Pat White, WR, West Virginia
He's one of the best playmakers in college football. He will be asked to make the transition from quarterback to wide receiver in the pros.
44. Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest
Has all the tools you look for in an NFL corner except size (he's 5-9). He is as fluid as any corner in college football.
45. C.J. Spiller *, RB, Clemson
Lightning in a bottle. He has the quickness to make a man miss and the burst to separate, and he does a great job making cuts at full speed.
46. Max Unger, C, Oregon
He's a former left tackle with good feet and lateral mobility for a center. He plays a bit high but is an ideal fit for a zone-blocking scheme.
47. Greg Hardy *, DE, Ole Miss
His long limbs and speed make him difficult to block. He has the quickness to beat tackles outside or inside off the snap.
48. Brandon Spikes *, LB, Florida
A powerful linebacker who showcases good instincts inside, and does a nice job stacking and shedding versus the run.
49. George Selvie *, DE, South Florida
An ultra-productive end who exhibits good quickness and technique. Has a good motor and closes on the ball quickly.
50. Ziggy Hood, DT, Missouri
Plays with good leverage and power inside. He makes as many plays as any defensive tackle in the nation.
51. Alex Boone, OT, Ohio State
Has slimmed down and looks more fluid out on the edge. Has a powerful upper body. When he locks on, it's over.
52. B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College
A powerful defensive tackle who can push the pocket and get off blocks. Powerful and tough to move inside.
53. Louis Murphy, WR, Florida
Showcases great deep speed and is a constant vertical threat. Is a raw route runner and lacks consistent hands.
54. Courtney Greene, FS, Rutgers
A long, rangy safety with a nose for the ball. Has good first-step quickness, and covers a lot of ground in the deep half.
55. Brian Cushing, LB, USC
A versatile athlete who can play a variety of positions but is at his best rushing the passer.
56. Alex Mack, C, California
Displays good toughness and power inside. He plays with a natural bend and has the technique and quickness to start from Day One.
57. Jamon Meredith, OT, South Carolina
A smooth tackle who can handle speed off the edge. He is coordinated re-directing but needs to improve his technique.
58. Antoine Caldwell, C, Alabama
Has a great combination of power and athleticism. He is natural in space and gets a good push as an in-line run blocker.
59. Sam Young *, OT, Notre Dame
A tall, long athlete with the feet and coordination to protect a quarterback's blind side. He needs to develop more of a mean streak.
60. Cullen Harper, QB, Clemson
He displays a quick release and good athleticism. He is accurate with the ball and has a strong arm, but needs to make quicker decisions.
61. Vince Oghobaase *, DT, Duke
At 6 feet 6 and 303 pounds, Oghobaase plays with great bend and flexibility for his size. He coils up well at the snap and has an explosive first step.
85. Aaron Kelly, WR, Clemson
Smooth route runner who uses his body well to shield defenders from the ball. He's a No. 2 receiver at the next level.
86. Pannel Egboh, DE, Stanford
Possesses great size (6-6/280) length and body control. But he is too much of a finesse player at this stage.
87. Brandon Gibson, WR, Washington State
Well-built receiver with good balance and burst as route runner. He shows the ability to get consistent separation on all levels.
88. Matt Shaughnessy, DE, Wisconsin
Good athlete off the edge. He plays with a great motor, but needs to add more power to his upper body and punch.
89. Domonique Johnson, CB, Jackson State
Explosive, quick-twitch corner with good size (6-2/200) who has dominated his competition. Johnson, a Texan who began his career at Missouri, has a nose for the ball.
90. Keegan Herring, RB, Arizona State
Undersized back with a great first step and home-run speed. He has a tendency to bounce too many plays outside.
91. Keenan Lewis, CB, Oregon State
Tall, physical corner with good body control and balance. He does a nice job in press coverage.
92. Ryan Purvis, TE, Boston College
Won't wow you as an athlete but knows how to get open. He catches the ball in traffic and loves to block.
93. Bruce Johnson, CB, Miami
An undersized, explosive corner with great recovery speed. He loves to play physical at the line, but struggles with instincts in zone.
94. Arian Foster, RB, Tennessee
Possesses great size and quickness through the tackles, but tries to run like a scatback too often and doesn't lower his head and drive for tough yards.
95. Kevin Barnes, CB, Maryland
A long, lean track star who is developing into an instinctive corner. He has improved significantly since his sophomore season.
96. Nathan Brown, QB, Central Arkansas
Small-school quarterback showcases a strong arm and accuracy from the pocket. He makes quick decisions under pressure.
97. Juaquin Iglesias, WR, Oklahoma
Has good quickness and decent deep speed. He reminds some of former LSU wide receiver Early Doucet.
98. Tyrone McKenzie, LB, South Florida
Showcases great burst and closing speed toward the ball. He plays with reckless abandon and flies around the field.
99. Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers
A well-built receiver who does a nice job getting out of his breaks and separating at all levels. He's physical after the catch.
100. Terrence Cody *, DT, Alabama
Displays amazing athleticism for a man who weighs 370 pounds. He could really soar up draft boards with a strong season.
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