2015 Draft Fever’s Big Board

BIG BOARD (1-30)
#1
Leonard Williams DT USC 6’5″ 300
The top player in this year’s draft, Williams was extremely disruptive this year at USC. He excels at disengaging blockers and finding the ball carrier. Leonard Williams is very athletic for his size and will be an instant impact player. Williams can play all three downs where he excels as a run stuffer and a pass rusher. The one risk is that there is talk that he may have long terms shoulder problems. At 6’5 and 300 LBS he has the athleticism to be scheme diverse at the next level as a 3-4 DE or a 4-3 DT. This highly versatile defensive lineman should be a definite top 5 draft pick.
#2
Jameis Winston QB Florida St. 6’4″ 235
On the field Jameis Winston is a great quarterback prospect with his great size, accuracy and arm strength. Winston maintains his poise in the pocket and has unbelievable anticipation throwing the ball on time. Winston did get in trouble trusting his arm too much this year and forcing the ball shown by his 18 Interceptions. He has also had plenty of off the field issues that teams will have to consider when drafting him. However, he is the top quarterback in this class and has shown on the field that he has the tools to be a franchise quarterback.
#3
Amari Cooper WR Alabama 6’1″ 211
Amari Cooper had a monster season with 124 catches and over 1700 yards. Cooper did have quite a few screen catches in Lane Kiffin’s system, but excelled after the catch. Cooper shows the ability to naturally pluck the ball out of the air. He is one of the best wide receivers in this draft and can beat the press with his quickness of the line. Cooper combines this quickness and speed with also being a great route runner and will be able to get on the NFL right away as an impact rookie. He did have a few easy drops late in the season, but the team that drafts Cooper shouldn’t worry as he has shown reliable hands throughout his career. Cooper can come in and be an instant impact rookie as he is the most polished wide receiver in the draft.

#4

Dante Fowler DE Florida 6’3″ 261
I have Dante Fowler as the top edge rusher in a draft filled with talented pass rushers. Fowler shows something special with his ability to bend around the corner at his size. This Florida Gator plays with a high motor and is extremely quick. Dante Fowler is also strong in the run game as well as he shows good strength at the point of attack. At Florida, he showed the ability to drop back into coverage. With Fowler you get not only an excellent pass rusher, but also a guy who won’t be a liability in the run game. He is scheme diverse also as a 4-3 DE or a 3-4 OLB. With teams always seeking for talented pass rushers, look for Fowler to go early in the draft.
#5
Marcus Mariota QB Oregon 6’4″ 222
Mariota has everything you ask for in terms of tools from a college quarterback. He possesses a great arm and accuracy with his quick delivery. Along with being a great thrower, Mariota is the best scrambling quarterback I have ever scouted as he shows blazing speed. The tools are not the problem when it comes to Mariota, it is whether he can translate from the Oregon offense to the NFL in terms of reading defenses. Mariota also must protect the ball better as he has accumulated 27 fumbles throughout his college career. Despite the down falls, Mariota is a quarterback that coaches around the league will love to work with because of his great character and elite tools.
#6
Kevin White WR West Virginia 6’3″ 215
Kevin White experienced a breakout year at West Virginia jumping from just 507 yards during his junior year to 1447 yards in his senior campaign. At 6’3″ Kevin White has an excellent catch radius and exhibits natural hands. White is excellent in the air as well, he shows a great ability to adjust his body. A question going into the combine was his straight line speed. However, after the 4.35 in Indianapolis he has truly shown he is a complete wide receiver. Where Cooper distinguishes himself from White is the ability to create separation. Too many times on tape did you see a cornerback right on White. This is an aspect Kevin White must improve upon to be successful at the next level. However, White is right up there with Cooper when it comes to top wide receivers in the draft and can be an excellent NFL player at the next level.
#7
Vic Beasley OLB Clemson 6’3″ 246
Beasley was a very highly productive playmaker at Clemson the past few years as a Defensive End. He is an elite athlete and was one of the top risers throughout the draft. This was due to him mitigating any weight concerns and demonstrating great speed, quickness and strength throughout the process. At the next level he will have to be either a stand up 3-4 or 4-3 Outside linebacker due to his size and ability. Beasley is a very good pass rusher with a great motor. He was also a high intensity player who had good speed and incredible athleticism to beat offensive tackles consistently. Beasley excels with his quickness off the line and ability to shoot the gaps. One of his weaknesses was his ability to hold up against the run as he sometimes got swallowed by bigger offensive tackles. Still, Beasley at the next level I believe can be a good linebacker and an effective pass rusher right away
#8
Devante Parker WR Louisville 6’3″ 209
Parker has a great hands and is one of the top jump ball receivers in the draft. He is an excellent red zone threat as he has an innate ability to high point the ball and work through the cornerback. Parker also demonstrates good after the run ability as he is a very strong runner. He has good speed, but sometimes doesn’t show the best route running ability. At times he rounds off routes and allows the cornerback to undercut the ball. Overall though he is one of the top wide receivers in this draft along with Kevin White and Amari Cooper.

#9

Randy Gregory OLB Nebraska 6’5″ 238
Gregory is a long talented defensive end who excels at rushing the quarterback. He has very good football instincts and shows a good motor. Gregory played very light at Nebraska, but still played with good strength. He was banged up a little bit this year with a knee injury, but still showed enough to warrant a high draft position. He does have some off the field concerns however as he tested positive for Marijuana at the NFL Combine. Randy Gregory is best as a stand up Outside Linebacker in the 3-4 with his excellent length and speed around the edge.

#10

La’el Collins OT LSU 6’5″ 308
Collins played left tackle this past year for LSU and was a major piece in establishing the run game. Collins looks like this years Zack Martin as he is a premium road grader on the offensive line and will most likely start out as a guard. On tape you constantly see La’el Collins move defensive lineman out of the way and creating great holes for the running back. Collins has a good kick slide in pass protection along with decent athleticism. He isn’t the most fluid, but still shows the ability to get to the second level. Look for Collins to be a high draft pick and eventually ending up as an effective tackle at the next level.

#11

Trae Waynes CB Michigan St. 6’1″ 186
Trae Waynes is one of my favorite corners in this draft for how technically sound he plays the position. He exhibits great change of direction in man coverage along with good ball skills. Waynes consistently shows great technique when the ball is in the air as he turns and finds the ball instead of looking at the wide receiver. This was highly evident in the game against Penn State where Trae stayed right at the wide receivers hip throughout the game. Waynes isn’t the most physical as he plays at only 186 pounds and at times will miss a tackle or lose ground on a tackle. Overall though Trae Waynes is the top cornerback in this draft.

 

#12

Danny Shelton DT Washington 6’2″ 339
 Shelton is a massive nose tackle who is very mobile for his size. He had a great year with 9 sacks and was disruptive in the run game as well. Shelton is very strong with his hands and will be disruptive at the next level. Shelton does end up on the ground a little bit too often and gets moved to easily for his size. Shelton will need to improve his ability to hold up against double teams if he wants to be a nose tackle in the NFL. Danny Shelton is scheme diverse as he can be a 3-4 or 4-3 DT.
#13
Landon Collins S Alabama 6’1″ 221
 Collins is a great tackler and plays the safety position from a run support perspective about as well as you can. He excels at flying from the back end of the defense in run support and has great power when tackling. Along with being great in run support, he also is a magnet to the ball in pass coverage. It is a legitimate concern if he can play as a single high safety at the next level or if he is strictly a strong safety. He is not elite in coverage, however Collins is an instant starter and impact player as a rookie.

#14

Shane Ray OLB Missouri 6’3″ 245
The Missouri product is a great athlete who shows speed and quickness on tape. Shane Ray was also very productive for the Missouri Tigers finishing with 14.5 Sacks on the year. At times he disappears on tape for a little bit, not showing the ability to consistently beat the offensive tackle. There are also a health and character concern about Ray. His foot may need surgery where he will be out for a little while. The bigger concern is getting busted for Marijuana possession three days before the draft. It is unknown how far he will slide because of these concerns, but whoever gets him will have a pass rusher with some major upside. In college he played mostly defensive end, but at the next level he will have to play standing up. He fits best as an outside linebacker in a 3-4.

 

#15

Todd Gurley RB Georgia 6’1″ 222
Gurley is one of the most talented running backs to come out in recent memory. He has the size, speed and strength as a runner to be an NFL back. Gurley is a tough runner who consistently found the hole and turned it into big plays for Georgia. Right when he steps in to a NFL team he will be a homerun threat with his speed and vision. Not only is he a threat on offense, but he also has the ability to add to the kick return game as well. The only thing keeping him from being a top 10 talent in this draft is his torn ACL and injury risk. He is a rare talent, but a team will be taking a risk on Gurley’s health.
#16
Malcom Brown DT Texas 6’2″ 319
Brown was highly disruptive this year leading the Texas Longhorns in sacks and tackles for loss. He is very quick in penetrating between the offensive line and has very good football instincts. Along with that, Brown also has the skills to constantly shed blocks and get to the quarterback. One area of improvement is holding up against engaged offensive lineman in the run game.  At the next level I believe his best position will be as a 3 technique in a 4-3 Defense.
#17
Brandon Scherff OG Iowa 6’5″ 319
Scherff played left tackle at Iowa and was an outstanding run blocker during the year. The Hawkeye will be a great run blocker at the next level. The question is if he will be an Offensive tackle or guard. He doesn’t have the best feet and needs to improve his balance. What he does best is work in an enclosed space instead of being out in the open. I think he is a better guard than tackle where he can excel as an excellent run blocker.

 

#18
Alvin “Bud” Dupree DE Kentucky 6’4″ 257
Bud Dupree was a great contributor for the Kentucky Wildcats defense totaling 7.5 sacks last year. One of Dupree’s best attributes is his great first step quickness. He is a freak athlete and shows the ability to bend around the corner. He also shows good strength and holds up well in the run game. Pme area of weakness for Dupree is that he lacks a wide variety of pass rush moves and at times his motor runs hot and cold. However, Bud Dupree is known as a high character guy and has the work ethic and traits to develop into a great starting outside linebacker in a 3-4.
#19
Melvin Gordon RB Wisconsin 6’1″ 215
Gordon had a tremendous, record-breaking season rushing for 2587 rushing yards as a Wisconsin Badger. As a runner he showed great balance and was a tough runner this season. Gordon may not have great size, but he consistently was gaining extra yards after contact. He also showed enough speed to be a home run threat at the next level. One area that is still to be seen in Gordon’s game is his receiving ability. Wisconsin really did not use him to much in that area of their offensive game plan so it is still to be seen how effective a receiver he can be at the next level. However, his quickness and vision should allow him to be a very good NFL starting Running Back.

#20

Ereck Flowers OT Miami 6’6″ 329
Flowers had a great year lining up on the blind side of the Miami Hurricane offensive line. He showed great strength run blocking and continually shows the ability to get to the second level. He has decent feet, but at times was exposed to speedy rushers. An example was when he faced Eli Harold at Virginia as he was constantly exposed. He must improve his foot speed, but the traits as effective run blocker are their. Flowers best position at the next level will be kicking to Right Tackle where he can be an effective starter for years to come.
#21
Arik Armstead
DT Oregon 6’7″ 292
Arik Armstead is one of those boom or bust prospects this year. He has top ten potential talent, but played very inconsistently for Oregon this past year. He will flash and totally over power an offensive guard like he did against highly rated Tre’ Jackson from Florida State. Armstead then will have a string of plays where he is nowhere to be seen. A defensive line coach will love to have his kind of talent on his football team, but it will just be a question of whether he can put it all together. At 6’7″ 292 lbs. he displays great athleticism and power when engaged with an offensive lineman. He fits best either as a 4-3 DT or as a 5 technique defensive end in a 3-4 Defense.
#22
D.J. Humphries
OT Florida 6’5″ 307
D.J Humphries was a highly touted high school recruit and now came out as a Junior from Florida. Humphries played this year a little light at around 285 lbs, but has put weight on during the draft process and seems to hold it well. Humphries is a very athletic offensive tackle with a very good kick slide and control. He shows good strength in the run game, even though at times lunges a little bit too much. Humphries plays through the whistle and has a good nasty streak. I see Humphries having one of the highest potential for the offensive tackles, but will just have to continue to develop. He is similar to a poor-man’s Tyron Smith coming out and he has the same pro bowl potential.

#23

Marcus Peters
CB Washington 6’0″ 197
Marcus Peters has all the attributes to be a starting corner at the next level as he was very productive at Washington. The best part of his game is his great quickness and change of direction to stick with wide receivers. Along with his quickness he also displays very good ball skills and routinely knocks the ball down or intercepts it. He finished with 11 INTs over his Washington career. Peters plays with good physicality and has good size for a corner. There are plenty of character concerns with Peters however. Marcus Peters was kicked off the Washington football halfway through the season after multiple problems with the coaches. Peters has all the talent to be a starting corner at the next level, it is just a question of character and whether he can keep his act together.

 

 #24

T.J. Clemmings OT Pittsburgh 6’5″ 309
Clemmings made a heck of a jump in only his second year playing right tackle after starting his career at defensive line. He has all the tools you look for to be a tackle at the next level. He is very athletic and does a good job finishing his blocks in the run game. In pass protection he has a nice kick slide but still needs some development with balance and his punch. Clemmings will need some NFL coaching for his raw skills, mostly exposed at the Senior Bowl in Mobile where he struggled. He will be a project, but his upside is a pro bowl left tackle at the next level.

#25

Andrus Peat OT Stanford 6’7″ 313
Peat is very agile at his size and shows good movement skills in pass protection. He has the movement tools to be a starting left tackle, but right now lacks the strength. Too many times he loses leverage to pass rushers, but is able to make it up at times with his length. He is decent as a run blocker and will be better with added on power. Peat remains a first round prospect because his ability to move at his size is very rare. He will be a little bit of a project, but has the upside to be a starting left tackle.
#26
Jordan Phillips DT Oklahoma 6’5″ 329
He left Oklahoma early as a redshirt sophomore so he will need to be developed, but has the type of talent to be a definite starter. Phillips is huge and moves very well for his size. He excels in pass rush as he has a number of moves to beat the offensive lineman. I believe he is scheme diverse at the next level in either a 3-4 or 4-3 defense. One area that he needs to improve on as a nose tackle is his ability to hold up against offensive lineman in the run game. At his size he sometimes gets moved when he shouldn’t. Phillips is kind of a boom or bust prospect, as he shows very rare traits for his size.
#27
Jaelen Strong WR Arizona St. 6’3″ 217
After being a top junior college recruit, Strong has put two outstanding seasons together as a Sun Devil. Jaelen Strong shows excellent soft hands with the ability to pluck the ball out of the air. Along with the great hands, he also exhibits excellent body control and the ability to win one on one battles. Strong isn’t the quickest, but does show good long speed as a deep threat. With Jaelen Strong’s good size and hands, he has the potential to be a number one receiver in the NFL.

#28

Cameron Erving C Florida St. 6’6″ 313
Erving struggled a little bit at left tackle to start the season before he kicked inside to center, but that’s when he really flourished. Erving is a very athletic offensive lineman that can easily reach the second level in the run game. He is a tough run blocker that wins with size and power. In pass protection he has a very strong punch, but at times can get overextended and beat because of poor technique. Erving is the type of player that can step in right away and start at Center for a team.

 

#29

Kevin Johnson
CB Wake Forest 6’0″ 188
Johnson thrives at corner with his elite quickness and change of direction. He displays excellent anticipation and shows great effort in run support. Kevin Johnson has good length and jumping ability to defend against jump balls. His over aggressiveness at times is concerning. He will try to over pursue and jump routes where he is very vulnerable to double moves. He also has a pretty slim frame where he could struggle at the next level in the run game. Overall though, Johnson’s length and quickness makes him a potential starter at cornerback. He will just need to be more patient with wide receivers routes and rely more on his quickness for him to succeed at the next level.
#30
Eddie Goldman DT Florida St. 6’4″ 339
Eddie Goldman was an anchor on the Florida State defensive line. Even at 339 pounds he moves very well for his size. He does an excellent job holding up against double teams and against the run. However, he is not the most prolific pass rush threat. As an NFL player you are getting a player that can be an impact player on the defensive line, just not in the sacks category. Goldman is scheme diverse as a 3-4 Nose tackle or a 4-3 defensive tackle.
Best of the Rest (31-50)

#31

Jake Fisher
OT Oregon 6’6″ 306
Solid Left Tackle at Oregon. He is very athletic and shows a good nastiness to finish off blocks. Fisher has a very good kick slide in pass protection. At times he lets the defender into his body. He also needs to improve balance and being quicker against interior rusher. Could be a surprise 1st round pick and solid starter at the next level.

#32

Eli Harold
OLB Virginia 6’3″ 247
Eli Harold excelled at Virginia as a edge rusher with his athleticism. Harold is a quick twitch edge rusher who also has good length. Harold plays with a high motor rusher and gets off the line quick. He will have to improve against the run.

#33

Carl Davis DT Iowa 6’5″ 321
 A big, versatile Defensive lineman that is highly disruptive. Needs to be a more every down player instead of just showing flashes. He does flash excellent quickness off the line and the ability to be disruptive in the backfield. Can play 4-3 DT or 3-4 DE.

#34

Eric Kendricks ILB UCLA 6’0″ 235
 Highly instinctive, 3-down linebacker. Plays sideline to sideline and is the top linebacker in terms of coverage in this draft. Has a nose for the football and is an instant impact player.

#35

Dorial Green-Beckham WR Oklahoma 6’5″ 237
 If not for 2 marijuana arrest and a domestic violence dispute where he pushed his girlfriend down the stairs, he’d be up there with the other elite Wide Receivers in this draft. DGB excels in jump ball situations and also has good speed/quickness.

#36

Cedric Ogbuehi OT Texas A&M 6’5 306
Ogbuehi is an athletic offensive tackle with very good feet. Does a great job mirroring the defensive end in pass rush situations. Needs to get a little nastier in the run game. He also had a late season ACL tear.
#37
Breshad Perriman WR Central Florida 6’2″ 212
 Has one of the most potential out of any wide receiver in the draft. Demonstrates blazing speed and excellent body control when going for the ball. He is a big bodied wide receiver who does occasionally lose concentration and has an easy drop.

#38

Nelson Algholor WR USC 6’0″ 198
 Extremely quick wide receiver, who is very shifty after the catch. Shows good hands and speed out wide. His best position maybe working as a slot wide receiver.

#39

Shaq Thompson OLB Washington 6’0″ 228
Shaq is a fun prospect to watch on film. He is a little undersized for a linebacker, but shows unbelievable athleticism and football instincts. He is very good in coverage and could even be moved to a safety. A defensive coordinator will have fun scheming Thompson because he can do so many different things. He even played running back this past year for Washington, his biggest game coming when he had 15 rushes for 174 yards along with a touchdown against Colorado. Thompson is a great athlete that I believe will be an instinctive off the line linebacker at the next level.
#40
Maxx Williams TE Minnesota 6’4″ 249
Rare tight end combination where he excels in blocking and catching the ball. Very athletic and can separate from coverage. Excellent ball skills as well.
#41
Denzel Perryman ILB Miami 5’11” 242
Perryman has great athleticism and aggressiveness. He has the quickness to split offensive lineman and get in the back field. He is an excellent runstopper, but at times is over aggressive in tackling. Another concern is how well he plays in coverage. The team that drafts Perryman gets a big hitter who plays with great power playing and a low base.
#42
Byron Jones CB Connecticut 6’1″ 199
Byron Jones has a great combination of size and athletic ability. He shows good ball skills, but at times is slow to react in man coverage. He has all the potential to be a great corner, but he will need to utilize his athleticism at the next level.
#43
Paul Dawson OLB TCU 6’0″ 230
One of the most instinctive linebackers in the draft, Dawson was all over the field for the Horned Frogs this past season. Dawson is quick to react, and is best at the next level as a 4-3 weakside linebacker. Two concerns about Dawson are his size and speed.
#44
Stephone Anthony ILB Clemson 6’2″ 245
Stephone Anthony is a fast reacting linebacker with very good instincts. Anthony is also good in coverage where he uses his athleticism. He is a decent tackler, but not the most physical and misses the occasional tackle. Anthony has the athleticism to develop into a solid starter.
#45
Devin Smith WR Ohio St. 6’0″ 190
 One of the best deep ball wide receivers in this draft, Smith did a great job blowing by cornerbacks. He also has great ball skills and is one of the best at tracking down the ball. Smith will need to develop into a little bit better of a route runner to be a starter and not a one trick pony.
#46
Benardrick Mckinney ILB Mississippi St. 6’4″ 246
 McKinney is a great run stopping inside linebacker who does a good job reading the run. The question is whether he can be a three down linebacker as he is not the best in pass coverage. McKinney can be plugged in right away to help against the run.
#47
Owamagbe Odighizuwa DE UCLA 6’4″ 266
Owamagbe Odighizuwa, also known as O Squared, shows great strength on the line and has a variety of pass moves to beat the offensive lineman. Odighizuwa holds up great against the run and is also has excellent athleticism. He is best as a 4-3 defensive end.
#48
Quinten Rollins CB Miami (Ohio) 5’11” 193
 A former basketball player, Rollins excelled during his first year as a college cornerback. He is a great athlete who demonstrates good change of direction and ball skills. He isn’t the fastest, but plays with good physicality. Rollins has a lot of raw ability to mold into a starting NFL corner.
#49
Duke Johnson RB Miami 5’9″ 207
 A strong runner who shows the strength to handle a huge workload. He isn’t the fastest, but shows good hands out of the backfield. Duke is very patient in finding and hitting the hole and can come in and be an excellent back for a NFL team.
#50
Devin Funchess WR Michigan 6’4″ 232
Can play a hybrid tight end/wide receiver role at the next level. Funchess plucks the ball out of the air and is a matchup nightmare with his height and speed. He is a good route runner, but it is questionable if he will be able to separate against NFL Cornerbacks.
Players #51-100
Rank Name Position School Height Weight
51 Eric Rowe CB Utah 5′ 11″ 193
52 Jay Ajayi RB Boise St. 6′ 0″ 221
53 Ameer Abdullah RB Nebraska 5′ 8″ 205
54 Jalen Collins CB LSU 6′ 2″ 203
55 Nate Orchard DE Utah 6′ 3″ 251
56 Phillip Dorsett WR Miami 5′ 10″ 184
57 Michael Bennett DT Ohio St. 6′ 2″ 297
58 Preston Smith DE Mississippi St. 6′ 5″ 270
59 Damarious Randall S Arizona St. 5′ 11″ 194
60 Ronald Darby CB Florida State 6′ 1″ 204
61 Grady Jarrett DT Clemson 6′ 1″ 304
62 Hauoli Kikaha OLB Washington 6′ 3″ 249
63 T.J. Yeldon RB Alabama 6′ 1″ 226
64 Brett Hundley QB UCLA 6′ 3″ 226
65 P.J. Williams CB Florida State 5′ 11″ 194
66 A.J. Cann OG South Carolina 6′ 3″ 313
67 Tevin Coleman RB Indiana 5′ 11″ 206
68 Sammie Coates WR Auburn 6′ 2″ 213
69 Ifo Ekpre-Olomu CB Oregon 5′ 9″ 192
70 Doran Grant CB Ohio State 5′ 10″ 200
71 Ali Marpet OG Hobart 6′ 4″ 307
72 Hroniss Grasu C Oregon 6′ 3″ 302
73 Mario Edwards DE Florida St. 6′ 3″ 272
74 Clive Walford TE Miami 6′ 4″ 254
75 Xavier Cooper DT Washington St. 6′ 4″ 298
76 Donovan Smith OT Penn St. 6′ 6″ 328
77 David Cobb RB Minnesota 5′ 11″ 229
78 Henry Anderson DE Stanford 6′ 6″ 294
79 Tyler Lockett WR Kansas St. 5′ 10″ 181
80 Laken Tomlinson OG Duke 6′ 3″ 323
81 Frank Clark DE Michigan 6′ 3″ 271
82 D’Joun Smith CB Florida Atlantic 5′ 10″ 192
83 Ty Sambrailo OT Colorado St. 6′ 6″ 311
84 Josh Shaw CB USC 6′ 1″ 200
85 Tre Jackson OG Florida St. 5′ 11″ 323
86 Danielle Hunter DE LSU 6′ 5″ 252
87 Trey Flowers DE Arkansas 6′ 2″ 268
88 Rashad Greene WR Florida St. 5′ 11″ 182
89 Kwon Alexander OLB LSU 6′ 1″ 227
90 Jamison Crowder WR Duke 5′ 9″ 185
91 Bryce Petty QB Baylor 6′ 3″ 230
92 David Johnson RB Northern Iowa 6′ 1″ 224
93 Lorenzo Mauldin OLB Louisville 6′ 4″ 251
94 Daryl Williams OT Oklahoma 6′ 5″ 327
95 Za’Darius Smith DE Kentucky 6′ 5″ 274
96 Tre McBride WR William & Mary 6′ 0″ 206
97 Ben Heeney ILB Kansas 6′ 0″ 231
98 Justin Hardy WR East Carolina 5′ 11″ 192
99 Jordan Hicks OLB Texas 6′ 2″ 241
100 Marcus Hardison DT Arizona St. 6′ 3″ 311

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