Post-Combine NFL Mock Draft

Post-Combine Mock Draft (3/6/2015)

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Jameis Winston, QB- Florida State

Recent visit to Tampa just about confirms this pick. I’m guessing they’ll meet with Mariota to compare the two options- but seems extremely likely Jameis is the pick.

2. Tennessee Titans- Leonard Williams, DE- Southern Cal

Will be tough to judge this pick until we get closer to the actual draft, but seems like Williams is the frontrunner unless they trade down or select Mariota.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars- Randy Gregory, DE- Nebraska

Slight change from my previous pick (Scherff). My most recent line of thinking has been that the Jaguars will spend in free agency on their primary needs and turn to the draft to improve pass rush. Gregory is supplemented by strong Pro Day and strong fit as “LEO” in Gus Bradley’s system.

4. Oakland Raiders- Amari Cooper, WR- Alabama

I’m sticking with this pick due to Cooper’s off-the-charts production at Alabama, which should prevail over White’s strong combine performance. Both are good picks assuming they take a wideout.

5. Washington Redskins- Shane Ray, OLB- Missouri

Since Gregory is off the board, I’m turning to the second best 3-4 Pass Rusher in Shane Ray, who put up results this past year at Missouri. I’m guessing they might trade down to the 10-14 range on draft day if an offer comes up.

6. New York Jets- Marcus Mariota, QB- Oregon

I’m not buying the reports that the Jets would ship this pick to the Eagles and slide all the way down to twenty when they could pick Mariota and start him. The Jets seem committed to finding the right quarterback, which could be Mariota. Don’t see him sliding further than this.

7. Chicago Bears- Vic Beasley, OLB- Clemson

Vic Beasley’s impressed me throughout the pre-draft process with his strong measureables (4.53, 35 reps/225) to add to his strong game tape and production at Clemson. My line of thinking is that Chicago needs add pass rushers (not D-linemen) to convert to Fangio’s 3-4 defense.

8. Atlanta Falcons- Dante Fowler, 4-3 DE- Florida

I’m sticking with this pick because I’m thinking that Atlanta takes the best available pass rusher to fix its defense. Fowler is the best on the board here. My outside-of-the-box pick is Landon Collins if they choose to build “outside-in” like they did in Seattle (where Quinn used to be DC).

9. New York Giants- Andrus Peat, OT- Stanford

Peat seems the most Giant-esque to me, having a strong character on top of solid measurables and game-tape. Assume they will end up addressing O-line or D-line with this pick.

10. St. Louis Rams- Kevin White, WR- West Virginia

Kevin White has won the pre-draft process. Rose his stock from a mid-late first rounder to almost an absolute top ten pick. Dream scenario here for the Rams.

11. Minnesota Vikings- Trae Waynes, CB- Michigan State

My most recent line of thinking is that they’ll draft a corner to pair with Captain Munnerlyn next season. Waynes is top corner on my draft board.

12. Cleveland Browns- Danny Shelton, DT- Washington

Cleveland has needs up front they’ll need to fill, and Shelton fits “B.P.A.” category as well. Makes tons of sense of Shelton falls this far.

13. New Orleans Saints- Brandon Scherff, OT/G- Iowa

Good value pick here for Saints. Besides filling a need at guard, they get one of the “B.P.A.” as well. Scherff could definitely go top ten on draft day, has the talent and strong game tape as well.

14. Miami Dolphins- DeVante Parker, WR- Louisville

Picking a wideout makes a lot of sense to me here. The new upper management is looking to trade Wallace and cut Hartline and Gibson in process. Need to give Tannehill targets to throw to- and Parker is good value here.

15. San Francisco 49ers- Arik Armstead, DE- Oregon

Justin Smith might not come back next year, and the Niners can’t rely on Dockett and Jerod-Eddie to play a majority of snaps. Armstead is solid value here and fills a need. Makes sense, not to mention he’s played in the Pac-12.

16. Houston Texans- D.J. Humphries, OT- Florida

Houston’s going to win at the line of scrimmage if they’re going to win games next season. Especially if Andre Johnson doesn’t return. Humphries’ stock has been rising. Might be my #2 tackle in next big board edition.

17. San Diego Chargers- La’El Collins, OT/G- Louisiana State

Chargers are going to need to add bodies on the offensive line. They’re very weak at guard and could see Collins as a solid fit inside there.

18. Kansas City Chiefs- Devin Smith, WR- Ohio State

Alex Smith won’t take this team anywhere if he has no targets to throw to. Smith seems like less of a character risk than DGB and more of an Andy Reid-style pick.

19. Cleveland Browns- Ereck Flowers, OT- Miami

Reports have it that the Browns want to solidify both sides of the line in the draft. Seems like a solid plan, as Flowers could start at right tackle and allow them to move Schwartz inside to guard.

20. Philadelphia Eagles- Landon Collins, S- Alabama

If the Eagles don’t move up for Mariota, then they need to pick a solid fit. Collins is that, as he can step in at strong safety and start right away. Not to mention he is surely the “B.P.A.” here.

21. Cincinnati Bengals- T.J. Clemmings, OT- Pittsburgh

My line of thinking is that the Bengals will add a pass rusher via free agency and draft one in the second round, and add a premium offensive tackle or guard with their first round pick. Clemmings is the top tackle available on my big board.

22. Pittsburgh Steelers- Shaq Thompson, OLB- Washington

Shaq Thompson is a talented football player. Although he doesn’t have a set position, his versaility could be a real weapon for new D-coordinator Keith Butler.

23. Detroit Lions- Malcom Brown, DT- Texas

Suh, Fairley, Mosley, and Fluellen are all hitting the open market. Will be tough to get three of the four back. Brown is a strong prospect and perhaps the “B.P.A.” here, although not a slam dunk pick.

24. Arizona Cardinals- Bud Dupree, OLB- Kentucky

Arizona is going to need to address their pass rush this offseason, and they’ll have little cap space to spend in free agency. Dupree is a solid-value pick here and fills a need. Makes sense.

25. Carolina Panthers- Dorial Green-Beckham, WR- Missouri

Seems imprudent for the Panthers to stretch on an O-lineman here when they can take DGB to pair with Kelvin and give Cam two solid targets for the future. DGB surely has the talent to be something special, although character concerns could get in the way of this pick coming to fruition.

26. Baltimore Ravens- Kevin Johnson, CB- Wake Forest

Ravens aren’t going to take a character risk in Peters, but should still draft a corner if they don’t address the need in free agency. Johnson is a solid pick, makes sense for them.

27. Dallas Cowboys- Melvin Gordon, RB- Wisconsin

Needless to say, I’m betting that Murray leaves for greener pastures (yes, as in money) and that A.P. stays in Minnesota. The Cowboys are in their window to win a Super Bowl and must make an explosive pick here, which Gordon would certainly be.

28. Denver Broncos- Carl Davis, DT- Iowa

The Broncos will need to address D-tackle if Knighton leaves in free agency. I have Davis graded as a “Round One” prospect, so he makes sense here.

29. Indianapolis Colts- Eli Harold, OLB- Virginia

The Colts are going to need a consistent pass rush to win the Super Bowl. They can fill their main needs with their $40+ mil cap space and draft a solid pass rusher here.

30. Green Bay Packers- Eddie Goldman, DE- Florida State

Eddie Goldman is a perfect fit for Dom Capers’ 3-4 defense, and is certainly a solid-value pick here. Makes sense to me.

31. Seattle Seahawks- Devin Funchess, WR/TE- Michigan

Funchess has the athleticism and versatility that Pete Carroll craves in players. Comes from a big-name school, has a strong skill set that could rise Seattle to the next level.

32. New England Patriots- Cameron Erving, OG/C- Florida State

Patriots can let Connolly walk in free agency and draft a lineman known for his versatility, as he can play all three positions. Seems like a Patriot-esque pick.


2015 NFL Draft Big Board Analysis (Offense)

  • Not much change among quarterbacks
    • Bumped Blake Sims + Anthony Boone to “Sixth Round” prospects due to name recognition and dual threat ability
    • Maintained Garrett Grayson as a Rd. 3 rating and Sean Mannion as a Rd. 4 rating after much thought and consideration
  • Middle-round restructuring among running backs
    • Maintained Melvin Gordon as #1 RB despite Todd Gurley’s rising draft stock
    • Added Zach Zenner (SD State) into rankings as a Rd. 5 prospect
    • Bumped Karlos Williams (Florida State) down to a Rd. 5 prospect (formerly high Rd. 4 prospect) due to lack of explosiveness
    • Added Terrence Magee (LSU) and John Crockett (ND State) as Rd. 7 prospects
  • Reshuffled the receiver rankings
    • Maintained a bearish stance on Jaelen Strong (AZ State), as he seems likely to dip into Rd. 2 and doesn’t have the “wow” factor that Rd. 1 receivers have
    • Moved Tyler Lockett (Kansas State) from Rd. 5 prospect to Rd. 3 prospect, as his workouts and athletic ability have bolstered his stock
    • Along with good workouts, I’ve bumped up Mario Alford (West Virginia) due to outrageous speed and Tony Lippett (Michigan State) due to size and strength
    • Added Dez Lewis (Central Arkansas) as a Rd. 5 prospect, has done well in pre-draft workouts
    • Maintained bullish stance on JJ Nelson (UAB, Rd. 5) and Chris Conley (Georgia, Rd. 6) due to explosiveness, speed, and special teams ability
    • Added Austin Hill (Arizona) and Cam Worthy (East Carolina) as Rd. 7 prospects
  • Restructured TE Rankings
    • Bumped down Wes Saxton (South Alabama) from a Rd. 3 prospect to a Rd. 5 prospect
    • Added Devin Mahina (Brigham Young) as a Rd. 7 prospect
    • Maintained a bullish stance on Gerald Christian (Louisville) due to completeness as a tight end
    • Maintained a bullish stance on Mycole Pruitt (Southern Illinois) as a Rd. 7 prospect due to strong combine performance
  • Change at top of tackle ratings
    • Bumped up D.J. Humphries from a Rd. 2 to Rd. 1 prospect, as his pre-draft stock has risen and good game tape
    • Bumped up Donovan Smith to a Rd. 3 prospect
    • Maintained bullish stance on Blaine Clausell (Mississippi State, Rd. 6) due to strength and extremely rare size
    • Downgraded Austin Shepherd (Alabama, Rd. 7) due to lack of productiveness at Alabama
  • Restructure of guard prospects
    • Kept Brandon Scherff as a guard, top of rankings
    • Bumped up Laken Tomlinson from a Rd. 4 to Rd. 2 prospect, has had a strong pre-draft effort
    • Maintained bullish stance on Ali Marpet (Hobart) as a Rd. 3 prospect
    • Bumped up Robert Myers (Tennessee State) to a Rd. 4 prospect, could have a similar rise as Marpet did
    • Added Trent Brown (Florida) as Rd. 5 prospect
    • Maintained bullish stance on Tyler Moore (Florida) as a Rd. 7 prospect
  • Cut down on overall amount of centers (16 -> 13)
    • Bumped up Andy Gallik’s stock (Rd. 6 to Rd. 4)
    • Kept Chris Jasperse (Marshall) as a Rd. 7 prospect

2015 NFL Draft Big Board 2.0


  1. Jameis Winston, Florida State (1)
  2. Marcus Mariota, Oregon (1)
  3. Bryce Petty, Baylor (2)
  4. Brett Hundley, UCLA (3)
  5. Garrett Grayson, Colorado State (3)
  6. Sean Mannion, Oregon State (4)
  7. Shane Carden, East Carolina (4)
  8. Brandon Bridge, South Alabama (5)
  9. Bryan Bennett, Southeastern Louisiana (5)
  10. Blake Sims, Alabama (6)
  11. Anthony Boone, Duke (6)
  12. Jerry Lovelocke, Prairie View A&M (6)
  13. Cody Fajardo, Nevada (7)
  14. Grant Hedrick, Boise State (7)

Running Backs:

  1. Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin (1)
  2. Todd Gurley, Georgia (1)
  3. Tevin Coleman, Indiana (2)
  4. Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska (2)
  5. Duke Johnson, Miami (2)
  6. Jay Ajayi, Boise State (3)
  7. T.J. Yeldon, Alabama (3)
  8. Jeremy Langford, Michigan State (4)
  9. David Johnson, Northern Iowa (4)
  10. David Cobb, Minnesota (4)
  11. Buck Allen, Southern Cal (4)
  12. Zach Zenner, South Dakota State (5)
  13. Karlos Williams, Florida State (5)
  14. Mike Davis, South Carolina (5)
  15. Matt Jones, Florida (5)
  16. Cameron Artis-Payne, Auburn (6)
  17. Josh Robinson, Mississippi State (6)
  18. Trey Williams, Texas A&M (6)
  19. Tyson Gulley, Syracuse (6)
  20. Malcolm Brown, Texas (7)
  21. Michael Dyer, Louisville (7)
  22. Terrence Magee, Louisiana State (7)
  23. John Crockett, North Dakota State (7)


  1. Amari Cooper, Alabama (1)
  2. Kevin White, West Virginia (1)
  3. Devante Parker, Louisville (1)
  4. Dorial Green-Beckham, Missouri (1)
  5. Devin Smith, Ohio State (1)
  6. Jaelen Strong, Arizona State (2)
  7. Nelson Agholor, Southern Cal (2)
  8. Breshad Perriman, Central Florida (2)
  9. Sammie Coates, Auburn (2)
  10. Phillip Dorsett, Miami (3)
  11. Justin Hardy, East Carolina (3)
  12. Tyler Lockett, Kansas State (3)
  13. Rashad Greene, Florida State (3)
  14. Ty Montgomery, Stanford (3)
  15. Josh Harper, Fresno State (3)
  16. Stefon Diggs, Maryland (4)
  17. Deontay Greenberry, Houston (4)
  18. Jamison Crowder, Duke (4)
  19. Tony Lippett, Michigan State (4)
  20. Mario Alford, West Virginia (5)
  21. Devante Davis, UNLV (5)
  22. Tre McBride, William & Mary (5)
  23. JJ Nelson, UAB (5)
  24. Dez Lewis, Central Arkansas (5)
  25. Vince Mayle, Washington State (5)
  26. Chris Harper, California (5)
  27. Tello Luckett, Harding (6)
  28. Chris Conley, Georgia (6)
  29. Dres Anderson, Utah (6)
  30. Darren Waller, Georgia Tech (6)
  31. Titus Davis, Central Michigan (6)
  32. Antwan Goodley, Baylor (7)
  33. Deon Long, Maryland (7)
  34. George Farmer, Southern Cal (7)
  35. Austin Hill, Arizona (7)
  36. Davaris Daniels, Notre Dame (7)
  37. Cam Worthy, East Carolina (7)

Tight Ends:

  1. Devin Funchess, Michigan (1)
  2. Maxx Williams, Minnesota (1)
  3. Clive Walford, Miami (2)
  4. Jeff Heuerman, Ohio State (3)
  5. Ben Koyack, Notre Dame (3)
  6. Nick O’Leary, Florida State (4)
  7. E.J. Bibbs, Iowa State (4)
  8. Wes Saxton, South Alabama (5)
  9. Tyler Kroft, Rutgers (5)
  10. Gerald Christian, Louisville (5)
  11. Cameron Clear, Texas A&M (6)
  12. Nick Boyle, Delaware (6)
  13. Randall Telfer, Southern Cal (7)
  14. Devin Mahina, Brigham Young (7)
  15. Mycole Pruitt, Southern Illinois (7)


  1. Andrus Peat, Stanford (1)
  2. Ereck Flowers, Miami (1)
  3. D.J. Humphries, Florida (1)
  4. T.J. Clemmings, Pittsburgh (1)
  5. Cedric Ogbuehi, Texas A&M (2)
  6. Jake Fisher, Oregon (2)
  7. Daryl Williams, Oklahoma (3)
  8. Corey Robinson, South Carolina (3)
  9. Donovan Smith, Penn State (3)
  10. Sean Hickey, Syracuse (4)
  11. Tyrus Thompson, Oklahoma (4)
  12. Ty Sambrailo, Colorado State (4)
  13. Bobby Hart, Florida State (5)
  14. Robert Havenstein, Wisconsin (5)
  15. Patrick Miller, Auburn (5)
  16. Blaine Clausell, Mississippi State (6)
  17. Jeremiah Poutasi, Utah (6)
  18. Jamon Brown, Louisvillle (6)
  19. Donovan Smith, Penn State (6)
  20. Patrick Miller, Auburn (6)
  21. Mitch Morse, Missouri (7)
  22. Chaz Green, Florida (7)
  23. Cole Manhart, Nebraska-Kearney (7)
  24. Austin Shepherd, Alabama (7)


  1. Brandon Scherff, Iowa (1)
  2. La’El Collins, Louisiana State (1)
  3. Tre Jackson, Florida State (2)
  4. Laken Tomlinson, Duke (2)
  5. Ali Marpet, Hobart (3)
  6. A.J. Cann, South Carolina (3)
  7. Antoine Everett, McNeese State (4)
  8. Arie Kouandjio, Alabama (4)
  9. Robert Myers, Tennessee State (4)
  10. Aundrey Walker, Southern Cal (5)
  11. John Miller, Louisville (5)
  12. Trent Brown, Florida (5)
  13. Miles Dieffenbach, Penn State (5)
  14. Jarvis Harrison, Texas A&M (6)
  15. Josue Matias, Florida State (6)
  16. Malcome Bunche, UCLA (6)
  17. Jon Feliciano, Miami (6)
  18. Adam Shead, Oklahoma (7)
  19. Tyler Moore, Florida (7)
  20. Quinton Spain, West Virginia (7)
  21. Al Bond, Memphis (7)
  22. Christian Lombard, Notre Dame (7)


  1. Cameron Erving, Florida State (2)
  2. Reese Dismukes, Auburn (3)
  3. Hroniss Grasu, Oregon (3)
  4. B.J. Finney, Kansas State (4)
  5. Andy Gallik, Boston College (4)
  6. Shaq Mason, Georgia Tech (5)
  7. Max Garcia, Florida (5)
  8. Shane McDermott, Miami (5)
  9. Andy Gallik, Boston College (6)
  10. Dillon Day, Mississippi State (7)
  11. Dallas Lewallen, Wisconsin (7)
  12. Chris Jasperse, Marshall (7)

Pass Rushers:

  1. Leonard Williams, Southern Cal (1)
  2. Dante Fowler, Florida (1)
  3. Randy Gregory, Nebraska (1)
  4. Shane Ray, Missouri (1)
  5. Vic Beasley, Clemson (1)
  6. Arik Armstead, Oregon (1)
  7. Eli Harold, Virginia (2)
  8. Bud Dupree, Kentucky (2)
  9. Mario Edwards Jr., Florida State (2)
  10. Preston Smith, Missisippi State (2)
  11. Owamagbe Odighizuwa, UCLA (2)
  12. Danielle Hunter, Louisiana State (2)
  13. Trey Flowers, Arkansas (3)
  14. Markus Golden, Missouri (3)
  15. Henry Anderson, Stanford (3)
  16. Hau’oli Kikaha, Washington (3)
  17. Za’Darius Smith, Kentucky (4)
  18. Lorenzo Mauldin, Louisville (4)
  19. Davis Tull, Chattanooga (4)
  20. Nate Orchard, Utah (4)
  21. Corey Crawford, Clemson (4)
  22. Lynden Trail, Norfolk State (5)
  23. Geneo Grissom, Oklahoma (5)
  24. B.J. Dubose, Louisville (5)
  25. Kyle Emanuel, North Dakota State (5)
  26. Ryan Russell, Purdue (5)
  27. Cedric Reed, Texas (5)
  28. Anthony Chickillo, Miami (5)
  29. Ray Drew, Georgia (6)
  30. Xzavier Dickson, Alabama (6)
  31. Deion Barnes, Penn State (6)
  32. Marcus Rush, Michigan State (6)
  33. Olson Pierre, Miami (6)
  34. Martin Ifedi, Memphis (7)
  35. Zach Patt, Rice (7)
  36. James Vaughters, Stanford (7)
  37. Zack Hodges, Harvard (7)
  38. Ishaq Williams, Notre Dame (7)
  39. Brock Hekking, Nevada (7)
  40. C.J. Olaniyan, Penn State (7)

4-3 Defensive Tackles:

  1. Danny Shelton, Washington (1)
  2. Malcom Brown, Texas (1)
  3. Carl Davis, Iowa (1)
  4. Jordan Phillips, Oklahoma (2)
  5. Eddie Goldman, Florida State (2)
  6. Michael Bennett, Ohio State (3)
  7. Christian Covington, Rice (3)
  8. Grady Jarrett, Clemson (3)
  9. Marcus Hardison, Arizona State (3)
  10. Gabe Wright, Auburn (4)
  11. Tyeler Davison, Fresno State (4)
  12. Xavier Williams, Northern Iowa (4)
  13. Darius Philon, Arkansas (5)
  14. David Parry, Stanford (5)
  15. Ellis McCarthy, UCLA (6)
  16. Derrick Lott, Chattanooga (6)
  17. Louis Trinca-Pasat, Iowa (6)
  18. Kaleb Eulls, Mississippi State (6)
  19. Joey Mbu, Houston (7)
  20. Chucky Hunter, Texas Christian (7)
  21. Angelo Blackson, Auburn (7)
  22. Xavier Cooper, Washington State (7)

Outside & Inside Linebackers:

  1. Denzel Perryman, Miami (1)
  2. Shaq Thompson, Washington (2)
  3. Benardrick McKinney, Mississippi State (2)
  4. Stephone Anthony, Clemson (2)
  5. Eric Kendricks, UCLA (2)
  6. Kwon Alexander, Louisiana State (2)
  7. Paul Dawson, Texas Christian (2)
  8. Hayes Pullard, Southern Cal (3)
  9. Jordan Hicks, Texas (3)
  10. Taiwan Jones, Michigan State (4)
  11. Bryce Hager, Baylor (4)
  12. Jake Ryan, Michigan (5)
  13. Trey DePriest, Alabama (4)
  14. Ramik Wilson, Georgia (5)
  15. Mike Hull, Penn State (5)
  16. Martell Spaight, Arkansas (5)
  17. Henry Coley, Virginia (6)
  18. Tony Washington, Oregon (6)
  19. Amarlo Herrera, Georgia (6)
  20. Damien Wilson, Minnesota (6)
  21. AJ Tarpley, Stanford (6)
  22. Ben Heeney, Kansas (7)
  23. Neiron Ball, Florida (7)
  24. A.J. Johnson, Tennessee (7)
  25. Aaron Davis, Colorado State (7)
  26. J.R. Tavai, Southern Cal (7
  27. Zack Wagenmann, Montana (7)


  1. Trae Waynes, Michigan State (1)
  2. Marcus Peters, Washington (1)
  3. Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest (1)
  4. Jalen Collins, Louisiana State (1)
  5. Ronald Darby, Florida State (2)
  6. P.J. Williams, Florida State (2)
  7. Byron Jones, Connecticut (2)
  8. Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Oregon (3)
  9. Quinten Rollins, Miami OH (3)
  10. Steven Nelson, Oregon State (3)
  11. Senquez Golson, Mississippi (3)
  12. Doran Grant, Ohio State (4)
  13. Josh Shaw, Southern Cal (4)
  14. Alex Carter, Stanford (4)
  15. Eric Rowe, Utah (4)
  16. Quandre Diggs, Texas (5)
  17. D.J. Smith, Florida Atlantic (5)
  18. Charles Gaines, Louisville (5)
  19. Jacorey Shepherd, Kansas (5)
  20. Tye Smith, Towson (6)
  21. Ladarius Gunter, Miami (6)
  22. Troy Hill, Oregon (6)
  23. Kevin White, Texas Christian (6)
  24. Justin Coleman, Tennessee (6)
  25. Julian Wilson, Oklahoma (6)
  26. Imoan Claiborne, Northwestern State (7)
  27. Craig Mager, Texas State (7)
  28. Lorenzo Doss, Tulane (7)
  29. Damian Swann, Georgia (7)
  30. DC Celiscar, Western Michigan (7)
  31. Jacoby Glenn, Central Florida (7)
  32. Bobby McCain, Memphis (7)


  1. Landon Collins, Alabama (1)
  2. Derron Smith, Fresno State (3)
  3. Anthony Harris, Virginia (3)
  4. Damarious Randall, Arizona State (3)
  5. Cody Prewitt, Mississippi (4)
  6. Gerod Holliman, Louisville (4)
  7. James Sample, Louisville (4)
  8. Durell Eskridge, Syracuse (5)
  9. Jaquiski Tartt, Samford (5)
  10. Clayton Geathers, Central Florida (5)
  11. Anthony Jefferson, UCLA (5)
  12. Adrian Amos, Penn State (5)
  13. Chris Hackett, Texas Christian (6)
  14. Jordan Richards, Stanford (6)
  15. Kurtis Drummond, Michigan State (6)
  16. Damian Parms, Florida Atlantic (6)
  17. Erick Dargan, Oregon (7)
  18. Isaiah Johnson, Georgia Tech (7)
  19. Ibraheim Campbell, Northwestern (7)
  20. Detrick Bonner, Virginia Tech (7)
  21. Jermaine Whitehead, Auburn (7)
  22. Ronald Martin, Louisiana State (7)