The number is the left column is the NFLDS ranking at the time of this analysis. Players in bold are the ones I see as underrated in the rankings. 16 Aaron Donald 6-1 285 Pittsburgh Super quick twitch, explosive. Super pass rusher. Also makes a lot of plays against the run due to being in the backfield. Can be neutralized by good double-team blocking. Will overrun the play in run defense, especially against zone blocking. 19 *Louis Nix (Injured) 6-2 331 Notre Dame Impressive quickness, especially for such a large man. Very powerful. High motor type player. Played 4-3 NT, but would be an excellent 1-tech in the NFL. 23 *Timmy Jernigan 6-2 299 Florida State Strong against the run. Works to keep shoulders square to the line. Good physical quickness, but often plays with a run defense first style. Is often late off the snap, but it's so late that is appears to be intentional. Quickness would be elite as compared to other 1-tech DTs but average as compared to other 3-tech DTs. 26 RaShede Hageman 6-6 310 Minnesota Big, strong and quick. Can win with quickness and or with power if stopped on initial move. Not always aggressive. Effort is not consistent. Can play 1, 3, or 5 tech, IMO. Terrific physical ability, but effort and technique/skill need to improve. 40 *Stephon Tuitt 6-5 304 Notre Dame In 2012 was very quick with excellent length and good power. Played too heavy in 2013. Very good player at the correct weight. Might be an option anywhere from 1 tech, to 3 tech to 5 tech in a 3-4. Consistent. 57 Dominique Easley (Injured) 6-2 288 Florida Freak. Very quick, very strong and very aggressive. Plays with excellent leverage. Plays 1 and 3, but also lines up at DE in a 3 and 4 man line. Game footage is a good as any DT in this draft. High risk due to ACL tears in both knees and a personality described as child-like. 65 Will Sutton 6-0 303 Arizona State Very quick 1st step. Lost some quickness in 2013 due to playing too heavy. If he does not win with 1st step quickness, then he can get hung up on blocks. Short with very short arms. Plays with good leverage against the run. I just think he might be too much of a Drake Nevis clone where quick 1st step is not enough to overcome severe lack of length in the NFL. 72 *Kelcy Quarles 6-4 297 South Carolina Underrated. Strong. Quick enough to play the 3 and strong enough to play the 1. Played both 1 and 3 in college. Double teamed often even when playing the 3 next to Clowney. Better length than some of the other DTs at 6-4, with 33-1/4" arm length. Some people say that he didn't play with good effort, but I didn't see that. 78 *Ego Ferguson 6-3 315 LSU Strong with decent quickness but just does not make that many plays. Probably a safe bet to be a rotational DT in the NFL, but not a real play-maker. 83 DaQuan Jones 6-4 322 Penn State Strong. Good against the run. Can occasionally generate pressure but more by power than quickness. Compared to other 3-techs his quickness is not good, but compared to 1-techs it would be above average. Played mostly the 3 in college, but is definitely a 1 in an NFL 4-3 or possibly a big 5 tech in a 3-4. 95 *Anthony Johnson 6-2 308 LSU Just doesn't play up to his size and athleticism. Is decent against the run but not a consistent threat as a pass rusher. Played mostly the 1-tech, but might be better as a 3-tech, but that's just a guess. 102 Daniel McCullers 6-7 352 Tennessee Massive. He is big and strong but that’s about it. He has heavy feet and is not overly aggressive. Can overpower just about anybody on occasion, but more often content to just lean on people and is too easily blocked on most plays. Best fit is probably as a 3-4 NT, but most 3-4 NTs aren't 6-7. 127 *George Uko 6-3 284 Southern California Smaller type DT with good quickness. High energy, aggressive player. Technique is better than many others. Has really good, strong hand usage. Effective arm over move. Definitely a 3-tech in the NFL. 137 Caraun Reid 6-2 302 Princeton Very quick and agile. Decent power. Almost always double-teamed. Played all over the Dline from 3-tech, 1-tech, NT and DE in a 4 man line. Definitely a 3-tech in the NFL. 156 Justin Ellis 6-2 334 Louisiana Tech Plays the opposite of what you would expect for a guy at 6-2, 334. He is surprisingly quick and agile but does not play with as much power as expected. I see him as the small school version of Nix. 180 Ryan Carrethers 6-1 337 Arkansas State Big and strong. Decent quickness for a 1-tech or NT. 193 Shamar Stephen 6-5 309 Connecticut Strong, but lacks quickness. Might be best as a 3-4 DE. 200 Deandre Coleman (Injured) 6-5 314 California Can win with length and power, but lacks quickness and intensity. Might be best as a 3-4 DE. 212 Calvin Barnett 6-2 300 Oklahoma State Underrated. Quick and strong. Just a very good player. Appears to wear down from playing too many snaps. Technique needs some work. Could play the 1 or 3. 220 Kerry Hyder 6-2 290 Texas Tech Not a quick twitch type player. Not overly powerful. Movement is a bit awkward looking. Good effort. 226 Jay Bromley 6-3 306 Syracuse Quickness is decent but not great. More fast than quick. Strength is OK. Pad level gets too high. Appears to have the frame to get bigger. 247 Eathyn Manumaleuna 6-2 296 Brigham Young High effort player. Decent upper body strength but overall power is limited. Quickness is just ok and agility is not good. 267 Jamie Meder 6-2 306 Ashland Max effort player. Strong upper body. Appears to spend a lot of time in the weight room. Plays with very good technique, awareness and effort. Deceptive quickness. Might be physically maxed out. 286 Bruce Gaston 6-2 316 Purdue Very good quickness. Excellent effort even in blowout loss. Holds the point well against the run. Playing a bit out of ideal position in 2013 as a 3-4 DE; although, he was better bending the corner on the outside than expected consider his size. 305 Zack Kerr 6-1 326 Delaware Intense. Quick with surprising agility for such a big man. Dominates low level of competition. Will need to play with better pad level in the NFL. Very high upside. 310 Ken Bishop 6-1 308 Northern Illinois Excellent quickness and agility. Power overwhelms Olinemen at that level of competition. Plays with some violence. Fun to watch. Has multiple interceptions as a DT. 326 Chris Whaley (Injured) 6-3 269 Texas Undersized DT (6-3, 269). Looks more like a 3-4 DE. Has some pass rush ability and holds the point well, especially considering his size. Injured. 372 Demonte McAllister 6-2 297 Florida State Good quickness with some pass rushing ability. Decent power. Underrated. Maybe a late bloomer. 389 Garrison Smith 6-1 310 Georgia Meh. In a heavy rotation at Georgia and off the field more than on the field in the games that I watched. His best game was reported to be against Kentucky, but I couldn't find good footage of it. He really likes to celebrate. His power and quickness are average at best. I didn't see much intensity and his effort was just ok. 414 Beau Allen 6-3 333 Wisconsin Meh. I don't see much power or quickness. 436 Lawrence Virgil 6-4 290 Valdosta State Taller DT looks more like a DE. Has some quickness. Very raw as a football player. Really impossible to evaluate power against a very low level of competition. 449 Tenny Palepoi 6-1 298 Utah 466 Khyri Thornton 6-3 304 Southern Mississippi Good power. Quickness would be good as a 1-tech, not good as a 3-tech. Needs a lot of work on technique. Decent upside. 487 Ricky Havili-Heimuli 6-4 314 Oregon 504 *Viliami Moala 6-2 318 California Powerful. Played more 3 than 1 in the games that I watched, but would be a 1 in the NFL. Quickness is good as a 1. Effort and intensity are good. Will be interesting to see his Pro Day results.