First Round - S Mark Barron, Alabama:
He's by far the best safety prospect in this draft, and has been discussed as one of the best prospects in recent years behind Eric Berry and Earl Thomas. Was a two-year team captain and the on-the-field defensive QB for the nation's best defense last year, including a shutout of LSU in the national championship game. He was used mostly last year as an in-the-box safety where he flowed downhill and laid the wood. In previous years, however, he played more pass defense, and has shown enough ability to cover TEs and even some slot receivers. Nick Saban said that Barron was asked to do many things at Alabama, and was able to do everything they asked of him.
Second Round - G Amini Silatolu, Midwestern St.:
See Risen Star's post, above, as he pretty much summed it up. The guy has a nasty streak, and was agile enough to play LT at the Division II level. The only question I've seen about him aside from the level of competition was about how quickly he'll pick up the playbook. I think he's a slam dunk if he's available at #45.
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