David Molk, C, Michigan – Very athletic center prospect who could still benefit to add some weight to his frame. Does a good job pulling, but can be over powered at times. If he can prove himself against some of the best defensive line prospects in the Senior Bowl, he could be taken in the third round.
Brandon Mosley, OL, Auburn – RT prospect with good size. A JUCO transfer with limited time at tackle, played defensive end and tight end. Has good mobility, but will be a project. 4th round prospect.
Kelechi Osemele, OL, Iowa State – RT or G prospect that has overpowering size at 6-5 and almost 350 lbs. One of the strongest prospects I’ve watched this season. Lacks elite mobility, but can get to the second level and do some damage. Could go in the end of the first round, but is likely a second round prospect.
Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State – Legitmate LT prospect. Will benefit greatly from a weak top end T class. Could add weight to his frame. Has nice footwork and awareness at the line. Stronger in pass blocking than run. Could slide into the first round with a good draft season.
Mitch Schwartz, OL, Cal – Gets to the second level quickly, can over power against the pass rush. Likely a RT prospect. Extends his arms well. Stays a bit high at times. Fifth round prospect.
Amini Silatolu, OG, Midwestern State – Limited tape available on Silatolu, but he dominates in all aspects at the Division 2 level. Has great size at over 6-3 and 320 lbs. Could go as high as the second or third round.
Johnnie Troutman, OL, Penn State – Tough and strong, but doesn’t have great athleticism. Good size at 6-4 315. Looked better against the run in tape that I watched than he was against the pass. Either a 7th round pick or UDFA.
William Vlachos, C, Alabama – Looks small on the field at under 6-1 and 290 lbs. Can get over powered at the line and rarely takes on a one on one block. Has good mobility, but will need to bulk up without losing that at the next level. Seventh round pick.
Kevin Zeitler, OG, Wisconsin – Nice size and strength for the guard prospect. He excels as a run blocker, but could start right away in the NFL. Athleticism isn’t a huge plus for him, but his footwork can make up for it. Third round prospect.
Randy Bullock, K, Texas A&M – Hit 29/33 in his senior season with a long of 52 yards, but has NFL-type leg strength. UDFA.
Carson Wiggs, K, Purdue – Hit 19/25 in his senior year, had a long of 53, but kicked two out from 50+. Missed one extra point. 7th round or UDFA.