Cameron Flemming, OT, Stanford
Flemming is a great run blocker who will need to work on his pass protection.
Carl Bradford, OLB, Arizona St.
Bradford is slightly undersized, but he is a rangy LB that would fit perfectly at SLB in a 4-3.
Bashaud Breeland, CB, Clemson
Breeland has decent size and speed to play CB for the Bills, plus he was one of their pre-draft visitors.
Ed Reynolds, S, Stanford
Reynolds is a aggressive S that has a few holes in his game, but is worth taking a flier on.
Antone Exum, CB, VT
Another corner with decent size and speed. He had a knee injury that could be an issue.
Antonio "tiny" Richardson, OT, Tennessee
Good tackle, is talent that slipped.
Anthony Denham, TE, Utah
Decent size and athletic ability, redzone threat.
Seantrel Henderson, OT, Miami
Again another T prospect that should have been a 2nd-3rd round pick. Big man, very talented.
David Yankey, G, Stanford
Once a top G prospect, but has slid due to poor pre-draft.
Cyril Richardson, G, Baylor
Decent prospect that is a road grader, needs to work on his pass protection
Chris Smith, DE/OLB, Arkansas
Probably better suited as a 3-4 rush LB, but has the ability to play DE. Smaller size
Marcell Jensen, TE, Fresno St.
One of the biggest TE in the draft, decent speed for his size. He has a huge catch radius. Probably a redzone threat for now.
Jame Gayle, DE, Virginia Tech
Decent size to play the position, struggles against the run
Howard Jones, DE, West Virginia
Needs to add more weight so that he doesn't get overpowered, decent prospect.
Taylor Hart, DE, Oregon
Very good developmental prospect, great size, handles the run very will. Has potential of being a 3 down DE.
Jackson Jeffcoat, DE, Texas
Needs to bulk up more, needs to work on his run defense. Has all the tolls to succeed just needs to put them all together.
Marcus Roberson, CB Florida
Once considered a top prospect, now fallen. good size, very good in press coverage.