Tier Two (11-20)
Everette Brown, DE, Florida State:
Plays with great effort… Ran under 4.7 at the combine at 266 pounds… Had 20 sacks the last two seasons.
Brian Cushing, LB, USC:
Started four games as a true freshman… Plays with reckless abandon… Did 30 bench press lifts at the combine to go along with 4.74 speed… Also had the best time for LBs in the three-cone drill (6.87).
Malcolm Jenkins, CB, Ohio State:
Started four games as a true freshman for the Buckeyes, lining up as nickel back… Ran 4.54 at the combine and had very good short shuttle (4.11) and three-cone drill (6.59) times… Has very good instincts.
Peria Jerry, DT, Mississippi:
Has started 22 games over the past two seasons… Had six sacks in 2008… Has great first-step quickness and plays with great effort… Is already married and will turn 25 in August.
Aaron Maybin, DE, Penn State:
A good natural athlete who led the Big Ten in 2008 with 10 sacks… Very good pass rush ability… Check out the Wisconsin game tape from 2008 to see his skills.
Michael Oher, OT, Mississippi:
One of the great all-time stories in college football: Didn't play football until his junior year of high school, and the subject of a best-selling book… Started 10 games as a true freshman… Has very good feet and long arms (34 inches)… An outstanding person who will play well in the league for many years.
B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College:
Did not play in 2007 due to an academic issue… Has good strength (33 reps at combine) and quickness… Has short arms (32 inches) but big hands… Plays hard on every play.
Mark Sanchez, QB, USC:
Has very good athletic ability, and the ability to throw on the run… Good quickness to avoid the pass rush… Good accuracy… Has been well coached and will be a good NFL quarterback… Played great vs. Penn State in the Rose Bowl.
Chris "Beanie" Wells, RB, Ohio State:
Three-year player with great speed and quickness needed for the position… Good blocker… Did 25 bench-press reps at the combine… Needs to work on catching the ball… Top person.