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  HOUSTON TEXANS: C.J. FIEDOROWICZ, TE, IOWA

Scouting Report

More of a well-rounded threat than dynamic weapon but while upside's limited the floor is high.


  WASHINGTON REDSKINS: MORGAN MOSES, OT, VIRGINIA

Scouting Report

Huge right tackle plugs a hole and also a tremendous value since he could've easily gone Top 32.


  MIAMI DOLPHINS (f/OAK): BILLY TURNER, OG, NORTH DAKOTA ST.

Scouting Report

Athletic small school blocker played tackle in college but likely competes for starting job at guard.


  ATLANTA FALCONS: DEZMEN SOUTHWARD, S, WISCONSIN

Scouting Report

Developing talent with outstanding blend of size and speed will be expected to start at free safety.


  TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS: CHARLES SIMS, RB, WEST VIRGINIA

Scouting Report

Good all-around player and underrated prospect but was this too early to select a backup runner?


  SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (f/JAC): MARCUS MARTIN, C, USC

Scouting Report

Potential late first rounder will push Daniel Kilgore for the center job but could also play guard.


  CLEVELAND BROWNS: CHRISTIAN KIRKSEY, OLB, IOWA

Scouting Report

Fast, athletic 'backer with great range and top intangibles to pair with Karlos Dansby on inside.


  MINNESOTA VIKINGS: SCOTT CRICHTON, DE, OREGON ST.

Scouting Report

Wasn't a glaring need but you can never have enough pass rushers like this strong, tough hombre.


  BUFFALO BILLS: PRESTON BROWN, ILB, LOUISVILLE

Scouting Report

Prototypical MIKE will most likely take over the job from Brandon Spikes in a year, if not sooner.


  NEW YORK GIANTS: JAY BROMLEY, DT, SYRACUSE

Scouting Report

Average size but a super disruptive interior presence to help compensate for loss of Linval Joseph.


  ST. LOUIS RAMS: TRE MASON, RB, AUBURN

Scouting Report

Natural runner carried Auburn to the national title game on his back and could push Zac Stacy.


  DETROIT LIONS: TRAVIS SWANSON, C, ARKANSAS

Scouting Report

Time to groom a replacement in pivot for long-time stalwart Dominic Raiola, who is 35-years-old.


  SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (f/TEN): CHRIS BORLAND, ILB, WISCONSIN

Scouting Report

Won't impress in shorts but a true football player who will add depth behind Willis and Bowman.


  WASHINGTON REDSKINS (f/DAL): SPENCER LONG, OG, NEBRASKA

Scouting Report

Suffered a season-ending knee injury but should compete for starting job as soon as he is healthy.


  BALTIMORE RAVENS: TERRENCE BROOKS, S, FLORIDA ST.

Scouting Report

Finesse free safety with speed and athleticism of a corner will be a terrific compliment Matt Elam.


  NEW YORK JETS: DEXTER MCDOUGLE, CB, MARYLAND

Scouting Report

Addresses a need and offers a nice combination of size and speed but expected to be chosen late.


  OAKLAND RAIDERS (f/MIA): GABE JACKSON, OG, MISSISSIPPI ST.

Scouting Report

Big, thick, strong, powerful right guard can anchor in pass protection and maul in the run game.


  CHICAGO BEARS: WILL SUTTON, DT, ARIZONA ST.

Scouting Report

Poor senior campaign but a quick, disruptive penetrator to bolster the depth at defensive tackle.



  HOUSTON TEXANS (f/PIT/CLE/PHI): LOUIS NIX, DT, NOTRE DAME

Scouting Report

Slid further than expected but is a perfect fit to anchor the middle of Romeo Crennel's odd front.


  ARIZONA CARDINALS: KAREEM MARTIN, DE, NORTH CAROLINA

Scouting Report

Productive pass rusher with nice blend of size and speed could start at OLB and grow into a DE.


  GREEN BAY PACKERS: KHYRI THORNTON, DT, SOUTHERN MISS

Scouting Report

Explosive athlete with great strength who can see action at both defensive tackle and defensive end.


  PHILADELPHIA EAGLES: JOSH HUFF, WR, OREGON

Scouting Report

Athletic, high-character pass catcher who Chip Kelly is familiar with from his days with the Ducks.


  KANSAS CITY CHIEFS: PHILLIP GAINES, CB, RICE

Scouting Report

It appears Brandon Flowers could be a cap casualty before too long so this may be a replacement.


  CINCINNATI BENGALS: WILL CLARKE, DE, WEST VIRGINIA

Scouting Report

Intriguing athleticism / length and will help replenish depth following loss of Michael Johnson.


  SAN DIEGO CHARGERS: CHRIS WATT, OG, NOTRE DAME

Scouting Report

Experienced, technically sound blocker with top intangibles could play in the league for a decade.


  INDIANAPOLIS COLTS: DONTE MONCRIEF, WR, OLE MISS

Scouting Report

Nice value on a size / speed target since Reggie Wayne and Hakeem Nicks may be gone in a year.


  ARIZONA CARDINALS (f/KC): JOHN BROWN, WR, PITTSBURG ST.

Scouting Report

Reach (Late Round Projection) replaces Andre Roberts in slot but will earn keep as a return man.


  CAROLINA PANTHERS: TRAI TURNER, OG, L.S.U.

Scouting Report

Raw after coming out as a redshirt soph but is freakishly big and athletic with unlimited potential.


  JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (f/NE): BRANDON LINDER, OG, MIAMI (FL)

Scouting Report

Not overly athletic but a big, tough, blue-collar blocker with top intangibles to push Will Rackley.


  CLEVELAND BROWNS (f/SF): TERRANCE WEST, RB, TOWSON

Scouting Report

Productive small school runner will backup and push Ben Tate, who is not a proven workhorse.


  DENVER BRONCOS: MICHAEL SCHOFIELD, OT, MICHIGAN

Scouting Report

Can compete for the right tackle job or perhaps even replace Orlando Franklin at guard next year.


  MINNESOTA VIKINGS (f/SEA): JERICK MCKINNON, RB, GEORGIA SOUTHERN

Scouting Report

Change of pace type to backup / compliment Adrian Peterson and may also get a look on defense.


  PITTSBURGH STEELERS (Comp): DRI ARCHER, RB, KENT ST.

Scouting Report

Tiny but super fast weapon at running back / wide receiver but true value comes as return man.


  GREEN BAY PACKERS (Comp): RICHARD RODGERS, TE, CALIFORNIA

Scouting Report

Athletic with considerable upside but a project chosen based more on potential than production.


  BALTIMORE RAVENS (Comp): CROCKETT GILMORE, TE, COLORADO ST.

Scouting Report

Solid but unspectacular all-around player but probably profiles as more of a backup at next level.


  SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (Comp): BRANDON THOMAS, OG, CLEMSON

Scouting Report

Might have gone in late round one if not for a major knee injury suffered in a pre-draft workout.


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