2) Herman Johnson (OG/OT) - 6-7, 355 - LSU Huge and powerful with quick feet. May be able to play tackle as well as guard. 3) Derek Pegues (FS) - 5-10, 194 - Mississippi State Lightning quick safety who can play corner and return punts. 4) Phillip Hunt (OLB) - 6-2, 260 - Houston He's big and fast and plays the game in the opposition's backfield. He had 14 sacks and *18.5* TFL in '08. 4) Sammie Lee Hill (DT) - 6-4, 330 - Stillman Big run stuffer who can also get to the QB. 15.5 TFL and 7.5 sacks this past season. 5) Worrell Williams (ILB) - 6-2, 249 - Cal Sideline to sideline player with good pass defense skills. He played the weak side in '07 and moved to the middle this past year in Cal's 3-4. 5) Ray Feinga (OG) - 6-5, 329 - BYU Quick for such a big man, Feinga was an All-Mountain west first-teamer on the interior of the OL that paved the way for the nation's 16th-ranked offense. 5) Brandon Hughes (CB) - 5-10, 184 - Oregon Fast corner who had *11* pass breakups in '08. 6) David Johnson (QB) - 6-3, 220 - Tulsa Bigger than Romo with similar pocket skills. This past season he compiled 3866 yards, 43 TD's and 18 picks with an amazing 10.3 YPA. 6) Nader Abdallah (DT/DE) - 6-5, 310 - Ohio State Very fast for his size, Abdallah played DT at OSU but could move to 3-4 DE in the pros. He reminds me some of San Diego's Luis Castillo. 7) Brandon Swain (OLB) - 6-4, 256 - West Texas A&M A talented DE who's production fell off in '08 (8 TFL and 4.5 sacks). His junior year he racked up 24.5 TFL, 14 sacks and 5 forced fumbles. 7) Dallas Reynolds (C) - 6-5, 328 - BYU Reynolds, who started 37 consecutive games, was a first-team All-Conference performer and leader of one of the best pass blocking lines in the country. He can also play four positions along the OL.