Tha Last March Mock

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    1 OG Mike Iupati Idaho - Height: 6-5. Weight: 325
    Athletic... Very solid pass protector... Very solid lateral mobility and slide... Good length and long arms... Very good feet... Good agility and quickness... Explodes into his blocks... Good hand punch... Good run blocker... Very good strength at POA... Physical mauler, powerful... Mean streak, plays an aggressive style... Dominates one on one blocks, can engulf defenders... Drives defenders off the ball... Controls and wins every battle once locked on... Does a reasonably good job on pulls and trap blocks... Can get to the second level... Does a reasonably good job breaking down in space ... Good football IQ... Can play in a ZBS... Will get some looks at Strongside Tackle as well... Good upside!... The best Guard prospect in quite some time!

    2 DE Alex Carrington, Arkansas State Height: 6-5. Weight: 285
    Productive, has combined for 19 seasons in the last two seasons, was the 2008 Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year... Versatile, size makes him a fit as an end in either a 4-3 or 3-4 scheme... Bull rush is his best move, displays good closing speed around the edge... Very good run defender, holds up well at the point of attack, nice a nice job wrapping up to make tackles ... Mature, is a single father and graduated with a 3.52 GPA...

    3 WR Andre Roberts, The Citadel Height: 5-11. Weight: 195
    May be small, but plays big, has exceptional strength at 192 pounds... Catches the ball in traffic, good hands... Proved at the combine with a 4.46-40 that he has the extra gear to beat NFL corners deep... Runs well after the catch, breaks tackles, very elusive, can make the first man miss consistently with the ball in his hands... Excels in the short passing game where he can catch the ball in stride and turn up-field... Good at beating press coverage, has a lot of moves to avoid getting jammed... Very productive, 285 receptions 3,743 yards and 37 TDs in his career at The Citadel... Durable, has played in 45 games in his four years, hasn’t missed a single contest due to injury... Overall just a very good receiver prospect, does all the little things well, understands coverages, finds the hole in zones, gets in and out of his breaks nicely, simply finds ways to get open.

    4 FS/CB Robert Johnson, Utah Height: 6-2. Weight: 200
    Nice combination of size and speed, projected as high as a 4.52-40... A true center fielder, ballhawking safety with great range, 13 career interceptions in three seasons, including a career high six in 2009... Very athletic, should post good workout numbers and could improve his stock this post-season... Has good instincts, does a nice job reading the QBs eyes to read and react to plays... Leader, good work ethic, very vocal on the field... Has stepped up in big games, two picks in Utah's 2009 Sugar Bowl win over Alabama.

    depends on if we go after Atogwe but heard - As an unrestricted free agent, Atogwe could command a contract similar -- if not better -- to that of Rolle, who landed a five-year, $37million deal

    NT Torrell Troup, Central Florida Height: 6-3. Weight: 314 Very tough to handle 1-on-1, commands double team, a true space-eater that could fit as a nose tackle in a 3-4 defense... Good lateral agility along the line of scrimmage and stuff the run... Does a nice job pushing the pocket into the quarterback, can blow up plays before the develop... Uses his size to open up blitzing lanes for his teammates... Has been the anchor of a UCF rush defense that ranked fourth nationally last season... Has slimmed down and has become quicker as a result... Playmaker, works hard, always motivated to get better.

    6 FB John Conner, Kentucky Height: 5-11. Weight: 241
    Selfless player, does the dirty work and does it well... Devestating lead blocker, has a low center of gravity, and at 240 lbs. can move defenders... Has never fumbled in his career... Versatile, has played TE in two-TE sets... Reliable pass catcher, four career receiving TDs, has shown good hands on bad passes... Very valuable special teams contributor... Well-rounder, hard worker... Average speed for a fullback, but has enough acceleration to be effective at unclogging gaps

    7 OT J'Marcus Webb, West Texas A&M Height: 6-7. Weight: 328
    Good athlete... Long arms... Very solid initial quickness... Good agility... Reasonably good footwork... Solid lateral movement and slide... Solid strength... Does an adequate job anchoring... Can get to the second level... Very solid position blocker

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