1. Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma
Lock it up. Franchise QB. All that need to be said about this guy has already been said.
Player Comparison: Matt Schaub, QB, Texans
2. Rob Gronkowski, TE, Arizona
Gronk proved he is healthy and ready to go at his pro day. I like him more than gresham because he is a much better blocker, has better hands, and has a much more polished game overall and is just as big of a threat in the redzone.
Player Comparison: Jason Witten, TE, Cowboys
3. Jermaine Cunningham, DE, Florida
Cunningham is an experienced pass rusher. He is alot more polished than any Florida pass rusher who has come out in the recent years. Like Florida ends of the past he is extremely athletic, but he just is a more polished player with better technique. He will immediately share snaps at RE with James Hall.
Player Comparison: Jacob Ford, DE, Titans
4. Anthony Dixon, RB, Mississippi State
He is a good blocker, and good receiver, and a powerful runner. Sylvester Croom our RB coach was his head coach and knows alot about this kid. He could be a great fit backing up S-Jax. It is no secret we coveted Shaun Green this guy reminds me alot of him.
Player Comparision: Shaun Green, RB, Jets
5. Kyle Calloway, OT, Iowa
Prototypical RT with a great program pedigree. Powerfull with good size at 6'7 320. Polished run blocker and pass blocker. He could be the RT of the future.
Player Comparison: Marc Colombo, OT, Cowboys
5. Rodrick Muckelroy, OLB, Texas
Smart athletic physical linebacker. He has top notch intangibles to go along with his sideline to sideline range. He is a prototypical WLB prospect, but he definately needs some seasoning especially when it comes to using his hands.
Player Comparison: Michael Boley, WLB, Giants
6. Robert Johnson, FS, Utah
Johnson is centerfielder type of safety with great speed. The Rams need additional safety depth especially if the loose OJ and Dahl has to start.
Player Comparison: Quentin Demps, FS, Eagles
7. Seyi Ajirotutu, WR, Fresno State
Big Physical receiver who is goo blocker on the outside. Ajirotutu is great in jump ball and redzone situations. He could definately use some seasoning. Could he take a roster spot from Burton, Foster, or Kent? Who knows
Player Comparison: Devin Aromishidou., WR, Bears
7. Travis Ivey, DT, Maryland
Devaney and Co wanted to add some size up from Ivey is a mountain at 6'4 341. Struggled with injuries throughout his career, but he isn't lacking in size or talent.
Player Comparison: Gabe Watson, DT, Cardinals
7. Adrian Tracy, LB, William & Marry
Tracey is a DE who will probably convert to LB. He is a hardworker, smart, physical, and has the size and versatility Spags likes in his LBs. He will start of as a solid special teamer, but he can work to expand that role in the future. Also he is from my alma matter :D
Player Comparison: Chase Blackburn, LB, Giants