1. WR BRANDIN COOKS, OREGON STATE
We need help on the outside. Cooks has speed and hands. He can play anywhere on the offense. If he is there at 28, he is BPA. Other options include OBJ, Moses, Matthews, and Roby as an outside shot.
2. OT BILLY TURNER, NORTH DAKOTA STATE
Billy Turner projects as an elite RT for a power running scheme. He has the strength that Byron Bell lacks. Other options could include Mewhort or Allen.
3. CB RASHAAD REYNOLDS, OREGON STATE
Here we go for a corner. This guy doesn't haven't prototypical length our speed but, is very solid. He has good ball skills and could see a lot of playing time on nickel and dime packages early.
4. OT JAMES HURST, UNC
I really think we double down at receiver and tackle. I wouldn't be shocked if we took Hurst. He is another good tackle prospect. He also projects at RT. But, the two tackles would provide depth and competition.
5. DE LARRY WEBSTER, BLOOMSBURG
Very interesting prospect. Remember when we used to put Peppers in on goal line sets? He did this in college. He projects as a TE or developmental pass rusher.
6. WR MATT HAZEL, COASTAL CAROLINA
Yes, another small school prospect but, if you watch the Chanticleers play you would notice Matt Hazel. Good hands (despite them being small) and a decent body for the position. He needs more strength and route refinement.
7. S JAMEA THOMAS, GEORGIA TECH
Small ball hawking safety.
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