1 DT Ego Ferguson, DT, 6-2 #310 LSU Anthony Johnson*, DT, 6-2 #300 LSU Timmy Jernigan*, DT, 6-2 #300Florida State DaQuan Jones, DT, 6-3 #320 PennState if none of DT are there Cyril Richardson, G, Baylor Haha Clinton-Dix*, FS, Alabama 2 Gabe Jackson, OG, 6-4 #320 MississippiState Melvin Gordon*, RB, 6-1 # 210 Wisconsin Gordon has been one of the most explosive backs in the nation this year. The lightning fast ball-carrier has brought an explosive element to the Badgers' backfield that Montee Ball never provided during his great college career. Gordon has maintained an average of 10 yards per carry this year with 698 yards on only 68 carries and seven touchdowns. He has a rare combination of size and speed Sick of Murray being sick Dion Bailey*, FS, 6 210 USC Ty Zimmerman, FS, 6-1 #205 Kansas State 3 Jarvis Landry*, WR, 6-1 #185 LSU Davante Adams**, WR, 6-3 # 220 Fresno State Marion Grice, RB, 6 #205 Arizona State James Wilder Jr.*, RB, 6-2 #226 Florida State 4 Jeoffrey Pagan*, DE/DT, 6-4 #290 Alabama Kony Ealy*, DE, 6-5 #275 Missouri 5 Wesley Johnson, OG/ OT, 6-5 #295 Vanderbilt Johnson is an undersized, but versatile offensive lineman. He's played well in 2013 including a good performance against South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. Johnson has started at center, guard and tackle in his career and is plying left tackle this year. In the NFL, the senior might be better off moving inside. He needs to add weight and there are some doubts about his ability to do it. Johnson is a technician who fights through the whistle and is very intelligent. Sources told WalterFootball.com they have Johnson grading out as a fifth- or sixth-round pick, but they could see a team that really likes him pulling the trigger in the fourth round 6 Cornelius Lucas, OT, 6-8 #330 Strengths: Lucas is a large human being with a naturally wide base and an engulfing wingspan to eat up rushers off the snap. Lucas works hard to gain correct positioning and win with angles, staying balanced and patient with good reaction quickness to trust his eyes and quickly adjust. Really benefits from his aggressive mean streak. Analysis: He is much more athletic than most his size, but he still plays like a tight and needs to show more natural knee bend, struggling with leverage. Lucas also needs to refine his hand use to better land his jabs and control defenders. 7 Tom Savage, QB, 6-4 #230 The 2014 NFL draft class seems to get heavier and heavier with quarterback talent every day. After Zach Mettenberger entered the spotlight for LSU, another name has begun to creep up the lists for year-round experts. Though Tom Savage doesn’t play for an elite program at Pittsburgh, it’s worth noting he comes from the same school that produced Dan Marino. Savage will receive low marks for playing less quality competition but scouts aren’t fooled because they can see the measurable lining up. At 6’3″ he has optimum height and the game tape shows a pro arm with plenty of accuracy to back it up. He was a hot topic as a freshman at Rutgers but after two transfers to Arizona and then Pitt, he’s only now getting back on the map. Perhaps the most exciting thing about him is some respectable experts compare him favorably with another quarterback who transferred in college: Troy Aikman. RB SINCE THEY ARE DIME A DOZEN AS AM TOLD ON HERE TAKE YOUR PICK WELL WHY ISN'T RANDLE TEARING UP THE LEAGUE ?????????? John Hubert, RB, KansasState Height: 5-7. Weight: 191. Isaiah Crowell*, RB, AlabamaState Height: 5-11. Weight: 215. Michael Dyer**, RB, Louisville Height: 5-9. Weight: 210. Roderick McDowell, RB, Clemson Height: 5-10. Weight: 200. Henry Josey*, RB, Missouri Height: 5-10. Weight: 190. Marcus Coker*, RB, Stony Brook Height: 6-0. Weight: 230.