"When I see (Jordan) play, I see a raw Aldon Smith," Mayock said. "He needs to gain 20 pounds (to fill out his 6-foot-7 frame)."
Unlike Smith, Jordan excels in pass coverage. The question is if he can match Smith's disruptive pass-rushing ability.
» The Eagles will have several options at No. 4, including Florida defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd. One of Mayock's favorites, Floyd turned in a "phenomenal" 4.92 performance in the 40. "The way he goes from sideline to sideline reminds me of Warren Sapp a little bit," Mayock said. "Best three-technique in the draft. The only question is, 'How many snaps will he get?' "
» SMU defensive end Margus Hunt might be more athletic than originally billed. A native of Estonia, Hunt arguably boasts the draft's best nickname as the "Eastern Block" for his ability to reject field-goal attempts. Already impressing at the combine with a position-leading 38 repetitions on the bench press, the 6-foot-8 Hunt turned heads with an official 4.60 in the 40.
» Auburn defensive end Corey Lemonier tied Jordan at the top with an official 4.60. He's considered a second- or third-round prospect at outside linebacker.