1 David DeCastro, G, Stanford - makes to much sense to pick him having him and T Smith on the left side - I'd be running Murray right them to an thru the line
As Marv Albert would say: Yes!
2 Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech
Might have the best ball skills of any CB in this draft; however, he is very small and didn't play much man coverage. I would at least take the chance that he falls to the 3rd.
3 Tank Carder, ILB, TCU - no way he falls to the 6 rd
IMO, 3rd is too high but 6th is too low. For ILB in the 3rd, I would much prefer Demario Davis.
4 Tyrone Crawford, DE, Boise State
Interesting player. I'm not sure what position he projects to in the NFL. He appears to be better passrushing to the inside than the outside; however, he is slightly undersized as a 3-4 DE or 4-3 DT. I think his best spot would be 3-4 DE; although, he might be better in a 1-gap scheme like Wade's than in a 2-gap scheme like Ryans.
5 Derek Wolfe, DT/DE. Cincinnati
I like this player a lot as a 3-4 DE. He has good inside passrush ability.
6 James Hanna, TE, Oklahoma Speed 40 yard dash in 4.49
Good size/speed pick.
6 Ron Brooks, CB, LSU - Speed 40 yard dash in 4.37
One of LSU's most experienced players having played in every game since 2008 (52 games) … A top reserve in the secondary who often played in LSU's nickel and dime packages
Normally, I would question why he wasn't a starter, but in this case he played behind 3 NFL 1st round talents.
7 Jeremy Ebert, WR, Northwestern - Speed - ran a 4.38-second 40-yard dash - He can take a short pass and make big gains with his athletic ability and speed. 71 catches for 1025 yards
You're doing a good job of finding some lesser known players. I think he did some Kick/Punt returns. Good speed and production.
Overall, my biggest concern would be the CB position for 2012. I see Eric Wright much like Scandrick, a good #3/slot CB, but borderline as a #2.