22. Arizona CB Antoine Cason well-built corner who excels in zone-coverage, but is equally capable of playing in man, diagnoses plays very well, and is a playmaker in the secondary, also is an excellent punt returner compares to: Tampa Bay CB Ronde Barber 28. Indiana WR James Hardy tall WR who is suprisingly smooth in his routes, a long strider who can get deep, has good hands, can shield corners w/ his big frame, as well as outjump most defenders for the ball due to his incredible height, an excellent play-maker at Indiana who averaged 12 TDs a year, including 16 his Junior year compares to: NYG WR Plaxico Burress 2. Newberry OL Heath Benedict huge OT w/ great athleticism and quickness, slides well and can reach the 2nd level quickly, is versatile, could project to OG in the pros 3. SJSU CB Dwight Lowery well-built corner who excels when keeping the play in front of him, as he diagnoses plays very well, an exceptional playmaker who racked up 13 Ints the last 2 years 4. Georgia RB Thomas Brown compact RB w/ very good speed, vision and agility, is a capable receiver, a tough inside runner who can turn it outside, a playmaker, depth of RBs in this draft causes him to drop 5. Virginia Tech OLB Chris Ellis pass-rushing DE w/ a good strength/speed ratio, adds immediate help on kick and punt-coverage units 6. Tennessee S Jonathan Hefney super-quick, undersized S who matches up very well w/ slot receivers, is explosive getting to the ball-carrier, and taking him down, adds immediate help on kick and punt-coverage units 7. Georgia C/OG Fernando Velasco huge, mauling C, who once he gets his hands on you, the battle is over, possesses adequate mobility, projects as a good in-line, drive blocker at OG as well, another player for new OL coach Hudson Houck to play w/ booyahkasha!