Selections #28 Marcedes Lewis TE UCLA Position: TE Class: Sr School: UCLA Conference: Pacific-10 Ht., Wt.: 6-6.5, 261 40 Time: 4.85 BIO: Three-year starter awarded All-Conference and All-American honors as a senior after a team-leading 58/741/10. All-Conference recipient as a junior after 32/402/7. POSITIVES: Exceptional pass-catching tight end with tremendous upside for the next level. Quickly releases into routes, finds the soft spot in the defense and consistently makes plays in the secondary. Has soft hands and pulls the ball from the air even with defenders draped on him. Works back to the quarterback and regularly makes the acrobatic grab. Takes a pounding yet holds onto the throw. Works hard running after the reception, displaying the ability to break tackles and carry the pile. Plays with outstanding focus, concentration and body control. NEGATIVES: Must improve his blocking strength and intensity. ANALYSIS: A team player who displayed a willingness to work hard and improve his game, Lewis is a natural receiver with consistent hands. Needs to polish his blocking yet offers starting potential at the next level and should produce right out of the gate. ____________________ #60 Maurice Drew RB UCLA Position: RB Class: Jr School: UCLA Conference: Pacific-10 Ht., Wt.: 5-6.5, 207 40 Time: 4.44 Grading System BIO: All-Conference and All-American selection last year after leading UCLA in rushing with 183/900/13 and adding 29/424/4 as a receiver. Averaged 29.1 yards on 14 punt returns, three of which were brought back for scores. Sophomore totals included 160/1,069/8 rushing and a 26.4 average on seven kick returns. POSITIVES: Game-breaking skill player a threat any time he handles the ball. Runs low to the ground, gets lost behind blockers and is deceptively strong. Keeps his feet off the initial hit, has a quick stutter-step and cuts back against the grain, making defenders miss. Follows blocks anywhere on the field, runs with an aggressive style and keeps his feet moving on contact. Patient, with outstanding vision and awareness. Displays natural receiving skills and the ability to adjust in midair then grab the errant throw from the crowd. Solid in pass protection, picking up assignments and blocking with leverage. Game-breaking return specialist. NEGATIVES: Not as effective as a short-yardage runner nor a pile mover. Lack of height could turn teams off. ANALYSIS: An exciting player, Drew nicely projects as a situational runner\third-down back who will impact as a return specialist. May not be a back for everyone, yet will be productive in the NFL if given the opportunity to handle the ball. ____________________ #80 (Jags trade picks #92 and #125 to Cowboys for pick #80) LB Clint Ingram Oklahoma Position: OLB Class: Sr School: Oklahoma Conference: Big Twelve Ht., Wt.: 6-1.5, 244 40 Time: 4.68 Selected by: Jacksonville Jaguars Round 3, pick 16 (80 overall) Grading System BIO: Two-year starter and All-Conference selection as a senior after totaling 61/12/5, while also intercepting five passes. POSITIVES: Athletic linebacker who forces the action. Strong at the point, adjusts off blocks and immediately gets back to playing form. Aggressive, likes to mix it up and is a punishing hitter. Wraps up tackling and is improving his skills in coverage. NEGATIVES: Does bite on the play-action pass, occasionally getting caught upfield. ANALYSIS: Lacking classic size, Ingram plays big and has been a productive player the past two seasons. Offers starting potential at either outside linebacker spot. ____________________ #160 Brent Hawkins DE Illinois State Position: DE Class: Sr School: Illinois State Conference: Gateway Ht., Wt.: 6-2, 241 40 Time: 4.78 Selected by: Jacksonville Jaguars Round 5, pick 27 (160 overall) Grading System BIO: Former Purdue transfer coming off a sensational senior campaign of 67/25.5/17, winning both All-America and All-Conference honors. POSITIVES: Quick yet under-sized pass rusher who lacks a true pro position. Plays with excellent pad level, balance and body control. Has good first-step quickness, fast off the edge and displays skills in pursuit. Quickly changes direction and nicely redirects to ball carriers. NEGATIVES: Easily slowed by blocks and even taken from the action by opposing fullbacks. Has difficulty anchoring against the run. ANALYSIS: Answering the call as a senior, Hawkins dominated on the small-school level yet lacks the true size\speed numbers to be more than a situational pass rusher in the NFL. ____________________ #213 DE James Wyche Syracuse Position: DE Class: 5Sr School: Syracuse Conference: Big East Ht., Wt.: 6-5.5, 262 40 Time: 4.69 Selected by: Jacksonville Jaguars Round 7, pick 5 (213 overall) Grading System BIO: Four-year starter previously awarded All-Conference honors. Senior totals included 58/6.5/4.5 after career-best numbers of 68/15/5.5 as a junior. POSITIVES: Athletic defensive end who flashes skill yet shows minimal consistency. Strong, holds the point or forces the action up the field. Displays solid first-step quickness, possesses a burst of speed and displays skill in pursuit. Hard-hitting force when focused. NEGATIVES: Not intense and has a questionable motor. Slow locating the ball. Marginal hand technique getting off blocks. ANALYSIS: NFL scouts have waited for Wyche to break out, and he is close to being labeled as an under-achiever. Offers good upside yet must quickly kick it into gear. ____________________ #236 CB Demetrice (Dee) Webb Florida Position: CB Class: Jr School: Florida Conference: Southeastern Ht., Wt.: 5-10.5, 183 40 Time: 4.45 BIO: Two-year starter who posted 46/1/13 as a junior after 61/3/10 the prior year. POSITIVES: Productive cover corner with a good degree of upside. Quickly pedals in reverse, fluid transitioning to run with opponents and displays an excellent burst of closing speed. Quickly breaks to the action and has a decisive move to the ball. NEGATIVES: Slow reacting to receivers. moves, loses assignments and must improve his instincts. ANALYSIS: An active defender with a high degree of athleticism, Webb offers starting potential for the next level yet must fine-tune his game and remain mentally alert for 60 minutes.