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Tier Two (11-20 listed alphabetically)


Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers
6-foot-5, 323 pounds
Huge man with ability, and he moves well. He needs to get stronger, and also needs to show more passion for the game.

Brandon Graham, DE, Michigan
6-1 3/8, 268
Played defensive end at Michigan, but his best position may be linebacker in the 3-4. He's very athletic, and plays a lot like Steelers LB LaMarr Woodley when he was a Wolverine.

Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma
6-5 ¼, 261
Missed the 2009 season with torn knee ligaments. He will be a matchup nightmare because of size and speed. Has good hands. Will remind you of Kellen Winslow Sr.

Joe Haden, CB, Florida
5-10 ¾, 193
Did not run well at the combine due to a sore back, but ran a 4.4 at Florida's pro day. Started as a true freshman, has good coverage ability and will remind people of Bengals CB Leon Hall.

Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech
6-3, 268
A 4-3 defensive end with speed and power. An outstanding competitor with a great first step. The ACC defensive player of the year.

Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, South Florida
6-4 5/8, 270
Very limited football background. He was a high school basketball player with only eight games at the Div. I level. Has outstanding speed and athletic ability.

C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson
5-10 5/8, 196
Has very good speed (4.37 at the combine). A tough runner who had 1,715 yards from scrimmage in 2009, and scored an average of one TD per game.

Earl Thomas, S, Texas
5-10 ¼, 208
Only played two seasons at Texas. Had eight interceptions in 2009, and 10 passes defensed. Graded as a safety but can play cornerback, too. Ran 4.37 at Texas' pro day.

Demaryius Thomas, WR, Georgia Tech
6-3 ¼, 224
A project with unbelievable abilty. Broke his foot in February and most likely won't work out prior to draft. But he averaged 25 yards per catch on an option running team.

Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee
6-2, 327
Can play nose tackle in the 3-4 or defensive tackle in the 4-3. Very good vs. the run. Needs to control his weight.

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