11. Michael Oher, LT Mississippi / 6'5" 309lbs. / 40-Yard Dash: 5.16 / Bench Press: 23 reps / steps in and starts for the traded Jason Peters
(V2.0 Previous Pick: Rey Maualuga, ILB USC)
28. Alex Mack, C/G California (from Eagles) / 6'4" 311lbs. / 40-Yard Dash: 5.17 / Bench Press: 20 reps / whether he bumps Hangartner over to guard, or plays guard himself, Mack will improve the running game for the Bills
42. Connor Barwin, DE Cincinnati / 6'4" 256lbs. / 40-Yard Dash: 4.47 / Bench Press: 23 reps / I was favoring Larry English here, but after watching some more clips of Barwin I am convinced that he's a better 4-3 edge pass rusher
(V2.0 Previous Pick: Duke Robinson, OG Oklahoma)
75. Patrick Chung, SS Oregon / 6'0" 212lbs. / 40-Yard Dash: 4.51 / Bench Press: 25 reps / Possesses the agility of a defensive back and the hard-hitting and production of a linebacker / Among the more reliable open-field tacklers in the country and should be an excellent last line of defense at the NFL level; few have Chung's ability to explode into ballcarriers while wrapping their arms securely / I see him starting at SS with Whitner at FS (Simpson and Scott become rotational players)
(V2.0 Previous Pick: Patrick Chung, SS Oregon)
110. James Casey, TE Rice / 6'3" 246lbs. / 40-Yard Dash: 4.69 / Bench Press: 28 reps / a gifted all-around athlete who once played 7 different positions in one game; Casey's 2008 stat line: 111 rec. 1,329 yards, and 13 TD. He's a (potential) Tony Gonzalez look-alike!
(V2.0 Previous Pick: Cedric Peerman, RB Virgina)
121. Zack Follet, OLB California (from Eagles) / 6'2" 236lbs. / 40-Yard Dash: 4.69 / Bench Press: 21 reps / this pick is about production, and that's all Follett has done at Cal; Senior Stats: 87 tackles, 11 sacks, 23 TFL's, 5 forced fumbles / Follett plays with a high level of intensity and emotion, but does not play out of control and is scheme diverse, i.e. he can play in a 3-4 or 4-3
147. Kory Sheets, RB Purdue / 5'11" 208lbs. / 40-Yard Dash: 4.39 / Bench Press: 15 reps / SPEED KILLS / would be a suitable back-up to Fred Jackson during Lynch's suspension & could handle kickoff returns if the Bills trade Roscoe Parrish / an upgrade over Xavier Omon
(V2.0 Previous Pick: Cameron Morrah, TE California)
183. Louis Vasquez, OG Texas Tech / 6'5" 333lbs. / 40-Yard Dash: 5.22 / Bench Press: 39 reps / strongest player at the combine / quality depth at the OG position
(V2.0 Previous Pick: Nick Reed, DE Oregon)
220. Clinton McDonald, DT Memphis / 6'2" 283lbs. / 40-Yard Dash: 4.83 / Bench Press: 36 reps / this is my 'diamond in the rough' pick / McDonald is strong & fast, and a 'high-character' player / was the only Tiger under Tommy West to be selected as a captain as a junior / could develop into a special DT in the NFL ... hey that's what 7th round picks are for, right?
(V2.0 Previous Pick: Louis Vasquez, OG Texas Tech)
3 offensive lineman (Oher & Mack would start and instantly upgrade the O-line); 3 defensive playmakers (Barwin, Chung, and Follett would all be upgrades at their respective positions); 2 offensive playmakers (Casey would be a dangerous receiving threat and would likely become one of Edwards' favorit targets, while Sheets would make an impact on third downs and special teams); and 1 developmental pick (McDonald is a player with the potential to be a good, if not great, DT in the NFL for a long time)
So, we essentially get Alex Mack & Zack Follett this year for Jason Peters (plus another player next year) ... not too bad I'd say.