16 - Justin Harrell DT, Tennessee
BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter who totaled seven tackles in three games last season, after being sidelined with a torn bicep. Awarded All-Conference honors as a junior after totaling 39/7.5/2.5.
POSITIVES: Tough, athletic defender who plays with top effort. Gets off the snap with a quick first step, is fluid changing direction and slides off blocks to make the play. Bends his knees, gets leverage on opponents and is rarely off his feet.
NEGATIVES: Gets wired in blocks and is slow to shed. Makes most of his plays up the open field in a small area.
ANALYSIS: A hard-working lineman with a lot of physical skill, Harrell could be one of the most underrated players in this draft. His injury last season will decrease his final grade, yet he offers starting possibilities as either a two-gap lineman or as a conventional tackle.
Greenbay trades second round pick (#47) and 7th round pick (#235) to Jets for Jets 2nd round (#63), 3rd round (#89) and 6th Round (#191)picks
63 - From Jets
Brandon Jackson RB, Nebraska
BIOGRAPHY: All-Conference selection last season after starting nine games and totaling 188/989/8 rushing with 33/313/2 receiving.
POSITIVES: Talented ball-handler who produces in a variety of ways. Displays solid running vision, follows blocks and finds the cutback lanes. Displays a burst of speed, possesses the ability to make defenders miss and runs with an aggressive style.
NEGATIVES: Must improve his ball security. Not a big back who picks up yardage after initial contact.
ANALYSIS: Jackson moves on to the next level after just a single productive season. He does not possess the size to be a feature runner, but his ability to catch the ball out of the backfield as well as his running style makes him well-suited to be a third-down back.
78 - James Jones WR, San Jose State
BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter awarded All-Conference honors as a senior after topping the team with receiving numbers of 70/893/10 as well as averaging 11 yards on 11 punt returns. Totaled 30 receptions as a junior.
POSITIVES: Nice-sized wideout coming off a tremendous senior campaign. Quick in all aspects of his game, displaying a lot of natural skill. Uses his frame to shield away defenders, adjusts to the errant throw and looks the ball into his hands. Displays strong hands.
NEGATIVES: Marginal playing speed and is not a deep threat. Just average production until his senior campaign.
ANALYSIS: A big, strong, receiver, Jones turned himself into an NFL prospect last season. Gives effort in all aspects of the game and could develop into a productive third wideout.
89 - From Jets
Aaron Rouse S, Virginia Tech
BIOGRAPHY: Two-year starter who posted 57/1/2 as a senior after career-best numbers of 77/4/5 the prior season.
POSITIVES: Athletic strong-safety prospect with terrific size/speed numbers. Fierce defending the run, has a burst of closing speed and aggressively takes on ball carriers. Shows range in centerfield, plays with good explosion and a large degree of suddenness.
NEGATIVES: Played poorly as a senior. Did not show a decisive move to the throw, was late arriving on the scene in coverage and generally got caught out of position. Inefficient, and does not take the best angles to the action.
ANALYSIS: After a breakout junior campaign, much was expected from Rouse last season. Played well at the Senior Bowl, and offers the tools to be used as a strong safety in the NFL, yet must quickly get his game back on track.
- 119 - Allen Barbre OG, Missouri Southern State
- 157 - David Clowney WR, Virginia Tech
- 191 - From Jets Korey Hall LB, Boise State
- 192 - From Pittsburgh Desmond Bishop LB, California
- 193 - Mason Crosby K, Colorado
- 228 - DeShawn Wynn Rb, Florida
- 235 - Traded to the Jets
- 243 - Harris Clark TE, Rutgers