just in case Ryan fell in love with this guys talent 1 #9 Tyron Smith, OT, USC 6-5 #320 - Smith is the prototypical offensive tackles 2 #40 Martez Wilson, ILB, ILL 6-4 #250 - Game film already showed he has the straight-line speed and length to be an excellent fit inside in a 3-4 defense, and that was before his blistering 4.42-second 40-yard dash at the combine. Wilson underwent a lengthy medical evaluation at the combine as teams want to be convinced the neck injury won't be a lingering long-term issue. He wore a neck roll per doctor's orders last season, but said his neck is getting healthier and the roll "probably can go." http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/players/1272548 3 #71 Will Rackley, OG, 6-3 #310 - mobility is complemented well by his strength 4 #110 Ian Williams, NT, Notre Dame 6-1 #319 -. Swallows backs with his girth when he closes up a gap, and has the strength to knock down smaller backs with an arm tackle. Chase and hustle are impressive, will help linebackers make stops at the second level and takes deep angles to chase down running backs down the sideline. 5 #143 Cecil Shorts III, WR/KR Mount Union, 6 #200 - Serious speed, and a serious deep threat. Will catch in traffic and will catch across the middle. Will catch what he should 6 #176 David Carter DE/DT UCLA 6-5 #300 – great 5 tech guy 7a #220 Justin Rogers, CB, Richmond 5-11 #180 - He's a shutdown cornerback with big playmaking ability - 40-yard dash times of 4.42 and 4.40 seconds 7b #252 Deunta Williams, FS, North Carolina 6-2 #205 - Understands his role as the last line of defense and generally does a good job with his pursuit angles.