1. Star lotulelei
2. Jarvis jones
3. Manti Teo
4. Keenan Allen
5. Luke joeckel
6. Matt Elam
7. Johnthan Banks
Just kidding here is the real draft
1. Matt Elam S-
Incredibly athletic, non-stop motor, and always around the ball. He has been a leader on the florida defense since his sophomore season and he plays with an unrivaled fierceness. (that may not be grammatically correct) He punishes anyone that comes in his territory and is a natural and fluid center fielder. The only knocks on him are he is a little undersized and that he drops some passes that should be picks.
2. Ezekiel Ansah DE- or Shariff Floyd DT Florida
Insane athlete came to BYU for track but took up football and has excelled this season. At 6'6'' 270lbs he has ideal size for a DE and with his superb speed and strength his ceiling is ridiculously high although he is very raw with minimal pass rushing moves and some difficulty getting of the ball but with some good coaching he has superstar potential.
3. Bennett Jackson CB-
Quick, fluid corner with strong coverage skills. A leader in the Irish secondary he was originally recruited as a WR so he has above average hands and is very shifty on returns (not that we need a return man anymore). At 6'2'' around 185-190lbs he has decent size although he could gain a little muscle and strength to improve on his tackling but has potential to be a very good corner.
4. Seantrel Henderson OT-
Highly rated recruit going into his college career and showed off his potential in his freshman season but suffered a back injury that required surgery and hurt his development substantially but since returning he has taken over at RT but could easily be moved to LT. He is a gifted athlete with prototypical LT size at 6'8" 350lbs. He has enormous potential but has not put things together yet. He drops due to back surgery, lack of production, and character concerns.
5. Marquess Wilson WR-
A top rated receiver coming into the year Wilson broke almost all the washington state receiving records in his college career but has one glaring issue...He is very immature and has some big character concerns after walking out of practice and being suspended/quitting the team. At 6'3" 190lbs he is a tall lanky receiver with good hands and above average speed who can make plays all over the field.
6. Nick Kasa TE-
Kasa is an underutilized weapon in the pathetic Colorado offense. He possesses big play ability along with prototypical size at 6'5" 265lbs as well as being fairly quick for a man his size. He has displayed good hands on his limited chances this season while averaging over 20 yards per catch.
7. John Boyet/Tyrann Mathieu DB-
At this pick you might as well take 1 of the 2 assuming that 1 of them will be available at this point. They are both incredibly talented playmakers with impressive athletic ability. They are both undersized and have Injury or character concerns respectively.
Criticism and opinions greatly appreciated
Edited by Miami Hurricane, 25 November 2012 - 10:39 AM.