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The Top 300 prospects for the 2015 NFL Draft, per ratings by NFLDraftScout.com.

Rank, Name, Pos, Class, School, Ht., Wt., 40, Proj. Rd., Comment

1. *Leonard Williams, DT, Jr, Southern California, 6-5, 302, 4.91, 1, Too athletic for guards and too strong for tackles, Williams is a position- and scheme-versatile mismatch.

2. *Jameis Winston, QB, rSo, Florida State, 6-4, 231, 4.91, 1, Prototypical size, arm strength, accuracy & anticipation make Winston most talented QB since Andrew Luck.

3. Marcus Mariota, QB, rJr, Oregon, 6-4, 222, 4.43, 1, Combines rare speed, smarts and quick release to terrorize defenses as new-age dual-threat QB.

4. *Amari Cooper, WR, Jr, Alabama, 6-1, 211, 4.31, 1, 1st Biletnikoff winner in school history, Cooper wins with great agility, acceleration & Hoover-like hands.

5. *Dante Fowler, OLB, Jr, Florida, 6-3, 261, 4.56, 1, Pro-ready pass-rusher with experience at DE, DT and OLB. Quick, powerful and tenacious.

6. Vic Beasley, OLB, rSr, Clemson, 6-3, 246, 4.50, 1, Arguably draft’s elite athlete is hardly just a workout warrior with Clemson-record 33 career sacks.

7. Kevin White, WR, Sr, West Virginia, 6-3, 215, 4.27, 1, Julio Jones-like combination of size, strength and speed; traits that earn him top WR grade for some.

8. Brandon Scherff, OT, rSr, Iowa, 6-5, 319, 5.00, 1, Whether at OT or OG, Scherff’s strong hands, light feet and aggression will make him a Day 1 starter.

9. *Trae Waynes, CB, rJr, Michigan State, 6-0, 186, 4.23, 1, Lanky press corner with light feet, fluid hips. Tougher vs. run and bigger WRs than he looks.

10. Danny Shelton, DT, Sr, Washington, 6-2, 339, 5.59, 1, Massive run-stuffer who wins with size, strength, surprising athleticism and a terrific motor.

11. *Todd Gurley, RB, Jr, Georgia, 6-1, 222, 4.52, 1, Remarkable combination of power, balance and acceleration — a package similar to Marshawn Lynch.

12. DeVante Parker, WR, Sr, Louisville, 6-3, 209, 4.40, 1, Long-striding vertical threat with a huge catch radius and excellent timing to win contested passes.

13. Alvin Dupree, DE, rSr, Kentucky, 6-4, 269, 4.56, 1, Left as SEC’s reigning sacks leader, winning with agility, acceleration & passion (but could add strength).

14. *Melvin Gordon, RB, rJr, Wisconsin, 6-1, 215, 4.43, 1, Rushed for 2,587 yards in ’14 (2nd most in NCAA history), combining great balance, burst and strength.

15. *Andrus Peat, OT, Jr, Stanford, 6-7, 313, 5.18, 1, Light feet, balance and long arms for pass protection, though not as dominant in run game as he looks.

16. *Randy Gregory, DE, rJr, Nebraska, 6-5, 235, 4.61, 1, Draft’s most gifted edge rusher, showing great balance, agility and surprising strength despite weight.

17. *Breshad Perriman, WR, rJr, Central Florida, 6-2, 212, 4.26, 1, Explosive athlete just scratching surface of potential. Lacks polish despite being son of former Lions WR.

18. La’el Collins, OT, Sr, LSU, 6-4, 305, 5.10, 1, Not always most aesthetically pleasing, but consistently dominates opposition. Some see him at OG.

19. Kevin Johnson, CB, rSr, Wake Forest, 6-0, 188, 4.43, 1, Classic cover corner who lacks prototypical size, strength, but has terrific quickness and instincts.

20. Byron Jones, CB, rSr, Connecticut, 6-1, 199, 4.45, 1, Captured scouts’ attention with world record 12-3″ broad jump. Press CB or could move back to S.

21. *Malcom Brown, DT, Jr, Texas, 6-2, 319, 5.05, 1-2, Surprisingly athletic given square-ish frame, making Brown position and scheme versatile.

22. *Ereck Flowers, OT, Jr, Miami (FL), 6-6, 329, 5.31, 1, Intimidating drive blocker with surprisingly light feet for pass protection, which could keep him at OT.

23. *Shane Ray, DE, rJr, Missouri, 6-3, 245, 4.68, 1, Led SEC in TFL and sacks in 1st season as a starter, but currently overly reliant on speed.

24. Cameron Erving, C, rSr, Florida State, 6-5, 313, 5.09, 1, Draft’s most versatile OL. Won ACC’s Blocker of the Year at LT in 2013, OC in 2014. Some see as OG.

25. *Landon Collins, SS, Jr, Alabama, 6-0, 228, 4.43, 1, Heat-seaking missile in run support who is a bit stiff in coverage, but has instincts and ballskills.

26. *Marcus Peters, CB, rJr, Washington, 6-0, 197, 4.47, 1-2, Draft’s most gifted CB. Fluid, well-built and highly competitive. Character risk. Kicked off team in Nov.

27. *Eddie Goldman, DT, Jr, Florida State, 6-4, 336, 5.28, 1-2, Classic two-gap run defender with the mass to play on the nose and length to handle 3-4 DE.

28. *Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, rJr, Oklahoma, 6-5, 237, 4.43, 1-2, Physically-speaking, the comps to Calvin Johnson aren’t far off. Is he committed enough to be a star?

29. *Arik Armstead, DT, Jr, Oregon, 6-7, 292, 5.06, 1, Former basketball player still growing into frame, game. Impressive athlete for size, naturally powerful.

30. *Ronald Darby, CB, Jr, Florida State, 5-11, 193, 4.37, 2, Highly athletic cover corner with rare speed and agility. Only average physicality, ballskills.

31. Jake Fisher, OT, Sr, Oregon, 6-6, 306, 4.97, 1-2, One of few OTs athletic enough to remain there. Night/day difference for Oregon when he was injured.

32. Phillip Dorsett, WR, Sr, Miami (FL), 5-10, 185, 4.28, 1-2, Draft’s most explosive deep threat with speed to burn. Has to prove he can do more than run verticals.

33. Owamagbe Odighizuwa, DE, rSr, UCLA, 6-3, 267, 4.56, 1-2, Physically-imposing DE with burst & power (though only avg. instincts). Surgery on both hips in 2013.

34. *Nelson Agholor, WR, Jr, Southern California, 6-0, 198, 4.37, 2, Pro-ready receiver with great agility, balance, speed & reliable routes, hands. Doubles as star returner.

35. *Eli Harold, OLB, Jr, Virginia, 6-3, 247, 4.58, 1-2, Athletic, hyperactive edge rusher just scratching surface of his potential. Best as 3-4 OLB.

36. *D.J. Humphries, OT, Jr, Florida, 6-5, 307, 5.06, 1-2, Athletic LT whose biggest ? in NFL jump could be weight. 20+ lbs heavier now (307) than ever at UF.

37. Damarious Randall, FS, rSr, Arizona State, 5-11, 196, 4.40, 2-3, Former baseball player and JUCO transfer; undersized but speedy riser, fitting best as nickel CB or FS.

38. Eric Rowe, CB, Sr, Utah, 6-1, 205, 4.37, 1-2, Physical, athletic DB who stood out for Utes at FS and CB, projecting well to NFL at either role.

39. *Jalen Collins, CB, rJr, LSU, 6-1, 203, 4.44, 1-2, Athleticism stood out on deep LSU roster. Only 10 career starts but scouts are enamored with upside.

40. Eric Kendricks, ILB, rSr, UCLA, 6-0, 232, 4.59, 2, Lacks ideal size but boasts instincts, athleticism & physicality to overcome, like brother (Eagles’ Mychal).

41. *Jaelen Strong, WR, rJr, Arizona State, 6-2, 217, 4.41, 2, Has the game to match his name. Aggressive, physical and competitive. Not as fast on field as 40 (4.41).

42. Preston Smith, DE, Sr, Mississippi State, 6-5, 271, 4.71, 1-2, Classic base end for the 4-3. Isn’t the explosive edge rusher that workout #s suggest, but strong, tough.

43. *Maxx Williams, TE, rSo, Minnesota, 6-4, 249, 4.78, 2, Poor man’s Jason Witten with size, functional athleticism & soft mitts. Dad, Brian, was center with NYG.

44. *Tevin Coleman, RB, Jr, Indiana, 5-11, 206, 4.59, 2, Upright runner with home run speed and three-down skillset; averaged 7.5 yards/carry as a JR in 2014.

45. Cedric Ogbuehi, OT, rSr, Texas A&M, 6-5, 306, 4.98, 2-3, First round talent who drops due to Dec. 2014 ACL tear; terrific feet, but needs to refine hand placement.

46. Devin Smith, WR, Sr, Ohio State, 6-0, 196, 4.37, 2, Nine-route monster, averaged a TD every 4 catches as OSU’s deep threat. Underneath game lacks polish.

47. *Jordan Phillips, DT, rSo, Oklahoma, 6-5, 329, 5.15, 2, Highly athletic big man who flashes dominant ability. Left after just 17 starts and had back surgery in 2013.

48. Laken Tomlinson, OG, rSr, Duke, 6-3, 323, 5.31, 2, First-class person with strong intangibles, starting 52 straight games at RG; needs some technique work.

49. Quinten Rollins, CB, rSr, Miami (OH), 5-11, 195, 4.46, 2, Four-year starter on basketball team, only played one year at CB and was MAC Def. POY with 7 INTs.

50. T.J. Clemmings, OT, rSr, Pittsburgh, 6-5, 309, 5.12, 1-2, Former DE who steadily improved at RT past two seasons. Frame, athleticism to ultimately move to LT.

51. *Benardrick McKinney, ILB, rJr, Mississippi State, 6-4, 246, 4.62, 2, Physical specimen with elite traits. Stout in run support but questionable instincts in coverage.

52. *Shaq Thompson, OLB, Jr, Washington, 6-0, 228, 4.57, 2, Whether at S or OLB, Thompson’s instincts, agility and playmaking ability will make him effective in NFL.

53. Carl Davis, DT, rSr, Iowa, 6-5, 320, 5.06, 2, Inconsistent but intriguing plugger who looks the part. Not productive, but can two-gap in 3-4 or 4-3 looks.

54. *Danielle Hunter, DE, Jr, LSU, 6-5, 252, 4.56, 2, Exciting combination of length, athleticism, but too often late off snap and in locating ball.

55. *Mario Edwards, Jr., DE, Jr, Florida State, 6-3, 279, 4.76, 2, Weight fluctuation and effort are strong concerns, but movement skills and potential are NFL quality.

56. *Duke Johnson, RB, Jr, Miami (FL), 5-09, 207, 4.50, 2, Lacks ideal NFL frame, but shows special athleticism, bursting out of a cannon; school’s leading rusher.

57. D’Joun Smith, CB, Sr, Florida Atlantic, 5-10, 187, 4.37, 2-3, Led FAU in passes defended (38) past three years; lacks ideal size but has plus ballskills and quicks.

58. Rashad Greene, WR, Sr, Florida State, 5-11, 182, 4.49, 2-3, Not the biggest or fastest, but manipulates space with soft hands; FSU’s all-time leading WR, ideal in slot.

59. Ameer Abdullah, RB, Sr, Nebraska, 5-09, 205, 4.50, 2, Struggles with pass pro and ball security but smart, electric RB with reliable hands. Shane Vereen role.

60. Grady Jarrett, DT, Sr, Clemson, 6-1, 304, 5.03, 2, Explosive one-gap penetrator with a variety of arm/hand moves; son of 5-time Pro Bowl LB Jessie Tuggle.

61. Hroniss Grasu, C, rSr, Oregon, 6-3, 297, 5.03, 2, Ideal zone-blocking OC w/body rhythm and athleticism to cut off rushers with smarts, sound mechanics.

62. A.J. Cann, OG, rSr, South Carolina, 6-3, 313, 5.47, 2, Four-year starting LG who projects best to same position or OC in NFL. Powerful, athletic, durable = safe.

63. Brett Hundley, QB, rJr, UCLA, 6-3, 226, 4.60, 2, Graceful runner with an effortless throwing motion, ala Randall Cunningham. Too eager to scramble.

64. Donovan Smith, OT, rJr, Penn State, 6-6, 338, 5.01, 2-3, Effort has been questioned, but wide-bodied mover with core strength to eat up rushers and spit them out.

65. *Jay Ajayi, RB, rJr, Boise State, 6-0, 221, 4.52, 2, Do-it-all-back who blends vision, agility, burst, power & hands. Some have concerns about knee.

66. Sammie Coates, WR, rJr, Auburn, 6-1, 212, 4.37, 2, Inconsistent hands and unpolished routes, but the NFL traits are there with speed and chiseled frame.

67. Mike Bennett, DT, Sr, Ohio State, 6-2, 293, 5.04, 2, Struggles to win if first move is ineffective, but first step and fluid movement skills are impressive at DT.

68. Ali Marpet, OG, Sr, Hobart & William Smith, 6-4, 307, 4.96, 2-3, D-III LT moving inside to OG/C; Showed he belonged at Senior Bowl and wowed at Combine.

69. Nate Orchard, DE, Sr, Utah, 6-3, 250, 4.80, 2, Flexible to bend the edge and slip blocks but lacks power element. Stand-up LB in a 3-4 or wide-9 DE.

70. *P.J. Williams, CB, Jr, Florida State, 6-0, 194, 4.53, 2-3, Comes with baggage, but also experience in man/zone and press/off coverage; size/speed fits NFL mold.

71. *Devin Funchess, WR, Jr, Michigan, 6-4, 232, 4.50, 2, WR/TE ‘tweener; Doesn’t always play up to measureables, but scouts drool over size/athletic blend.

72. Stephone Anthony, ILB, Sr, Clemson, 6-3, 243, 4.53, 2-3, Streaky angles and cover skills, but size/strength/athleticisim fits NFL profile; 314 career tackles.

73. Bryce Petty, QB, rSr, Baylor, 6-3, 230, 4.81, 3, Highly productive, but faces steep NFL learning curve; will need to re-learn several aspects of playing QB.

74. Lorenzo Mauldin, OLB, Sr, Louisville, 6-4, 259, 4.81, 3, Lacks star potential, but possesses natural pass rush traits with intense mentality for next level.

75. David Johnson, RB, rSr, Northern Iowa, 6-1, 224, 4.40, 2-3, Upright, leggy runner with inconsisten pad level; at best catching ball and ideal 3rd down RB.

76. Denzel Perryman, ILB, Sr, Miami (FL), 5-11, 236, 4.68, 3, Hammer looking for a nail; untested in man coverage, but a thumper vs. run and tackling machine.

77. Adrian Amos, FS, Sr, Penn State, 6-0, 218, 4.39, 4-5, Didn’t make enough big plays to generate buzz at PSU but offers intriguing agility, size in weak year for S.

78. Tre Jackson, OG, Sr, Florida State, 6-4, 330, 5.49, 2-3, Three-year starter at RG who passes the eye test, but moves as big as he looks. Starter in power scheme.

79. *Xavier Cooper, DT, rJr, Washington State, 6-3, 293, 4.82, 2-3, Relies on initial quickness over discipline and technique; fits best as quick-footed 3-tech penetrator.

80. Tyler Lockett, WR, Sr, Kansas State, 5-10, 182, 4.31, 2-3, Takes top off defenses and burns rubber on special teams with speed; smallish target with iffy hands.

81. Clive Walford, TE, rSr, Miami (FL), 6-4, 251, 4.70, 2-3, Not a game-changer, but well rounded and move-the-sticks type TE; Experienced blocker and pass-catcher.

82. *T.J. Yeldon, RB, Jr, Alabama, 6-1, 226, 4.52, 2-3, Very smooth mover with agile feet and balance to make defenders miss; does best work outside hashes.

83. Jaquiski Tartt, SS, rSr, Samford, 6-1, 221, 4.43, 3, Late bloomer still learning the game; scouts intrigued by raw tools with size, athleticism, fball character.

84. Paul Dawson, ILB, Sr, Texas Christian, 6-0, 235, 4.76, 2-3, While testing numbers aren’t impressive (4.7 40), diagnoses and attacks well; maturity questions.

85. Mitch Morse, OG, rSr, Missouri, 6-5, 305, 5.14, 4, Savvy, nasty blocker who projects best inside due to short arms (32 1/4″). Stood out at LT, RT and C vs. SEC.

86. Jeremy Langford, RB, rSr, Michigan State, 6-0, 208, 4.40, 3, While not as fast as 40-time suggests, no-nonsense type of RB to attack the line and run behind pads.

87. Josh Shaw, CB, rSr, Southern California, 6-0, 201, 4.34, 3, Overgrown CB/S with ideal NFL physical traits; missed most of 2014 with injury/suspension after incident.

88. Chris Conley, WR, Sr, Georgia, 6-2, 213, 4.33, 4, Only marginal producution at run-heavy UGA, but explosive athlete whose best may lie ahead.

89. Henry Anderson, DE, rSr, Stanford, 6-6, 294, 4.95, 4, Country-strong and quicker than he looks. Scheme and position versatile. Safe but may never be a star.

90. Daryl Williams, OT, rSr, Oklahoma, 6-5, 327, 5.34, 3-4, Road-grading RT with the length, strength and nastiness to compete for starting role early in career.

91. Steven Nelson, CB, Sr, Oregon State, 5-10, 197, 4.43, 3-4, Confrontational CB with stout frame, good quickness & speed and ballskills. Can get too grabby.

92. *Kwon Alexander, OLB, Jr, LSU, 6-1, 227, 4.54, 3-4, Rarity in poor off-line-of-scrimmage LB class, offering +athleticism, closing speed & physicality. Durability?

93. Doran Grant, CB, Sr, Ohio State, 5-10, 200, 4.37, 3, Doesn’t offer flash/sizzle, but adequate size/speed athlete with 29 passes defended in 30 starts at OSU.

94. Trey Flowers, DE, Sr, Arkansas, 6-2, 266, 4.85, 2-3, Stiff and lacks creativity rushing the passer, but stout and strong vs. run, using his 84.5″ wingspan.

95. Garrett Grayson, QB, rSr, Colorado State, 6-2, 213, 4.75, 3-4, Developmental WCO QB with mobility, arm talent and experience in pro-style off. Best QB at Sr. Bowl.

96. David Cobb, RB, Sr, Minnesota, 5-11, 229, 4.75, 3-4, Don’t let 40-yard dash (4.75) fool you, Cobb has the vision and burst to surprise in zone-blocking system.

97. Jeff Heuerman, TE, Sr, Ohio State, 6-5, 254, 4.81, 3-4, Jack of all trades, master of none type who wasn’t as productive in 2014 as he was in 2013.

98. Hau’oli Kikaha, OLB, rSr, Washington, 6-2, 253, 4.90, 2-3, UW’s all-time leading sacker (36) with speed to bend and collapse pocket, but multiple ACL tears an issue.

99. Tre McBride, WR, Sr, William & Mary, 6-0, 210, 4.39, 3, Pierre Garcon clone; not twitchy, but very smooth with route acceleration and quick hands to pluck.

100. Ty Sambrailo, OT, rSr, Colorado State, 6-6, 311, 5.31, 3, Four-year starter at LT with light feet and physical mentality, but needs to rework his body/strength.

101. Marcus Hardison, DT, Sr, Arizona State, 6-3, 307, 4.91, 3-4, Former DE who grew into position. Raw but athletic, long and emerged as playmaker (10 sacks) in 2014.

102. *Alex Carter, CB, Jr, Stanford, 6-0, 196, 4.50, 3-4, Most talented CB from Stanford since Richard Sherman. 3-year starter with size, athleticism, physicality.

103. Davis Tull, OLB, rSr, Tennessee-Chattanooga, 6-2, 246, 4.57, 4, 3x reigning conferece DPOY who wowed in workouts (incl. 42.5″ vert). Shoulder surgery in March.

104. *Rakeem Nunez-Roches, DT, rJr, Southern Mississippi, 6-2, 307, 4.99, 3, Belize native and late bloomer; jumped off film as USM’s top player on defense, tough player to contain.

105. Za’Darius Smith, DE, Sr, Kentucky, 6-4, 274, 4.73, 3, Former basketball player and JUCO transfer; built well with ideal base DE skillset in 4-3 scheme.

106. Justin Hardy, WR, Sr, East Carolina, 5-10, 192, 4.53, 3, FBS’ all-time catches leader (387); not explosive, but best out of the slot with sticky hands and savviness.

107. Sean Mannion, QB, rSr, Oregon State, 6-6, 229, 5.06, 4-5, Pac-12’s all-time leading passer has NFL look with great size, football IQ. Avg. delivery, even slower feet.

108. B.J. Finney, C, rSr, Kansas State, 6-4, 318, 5.25, 3-4, Former walk-on turned 52-game starter. Technician w/wrestling background but limited athleticism.

109. Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB, Sr, Oregon, 5-09, 192, 4.52, 3, First round talent and All-American resume (48 passes defended); Dec. 2014 ACL tear is game-changer.

110. Derron Smith, FS, rSr, Fresno State, 5-10, 200, 4.61, 3-4, Savvy pass defender with 15 career INTs. Good quickness, instincts but lacks ideal height, speed.

111. MyCole Pruitt, TE, rSr, Southern Illinois, 6-2, 251, 4.52, 3-4, Led all D-I TEs in catches, yards and TDs but should’ve had more; not as athletic or consistent as stats say.

112. Dres Anderson, WR, Sr, Utah, 6-1, 187, 4.53, 6, Only 7 games in 2014 due to knee injury. Lanky, vertical threat like dad, former NFL WR Flipper Anderson.

113. John Miller, OG, Sr, Louisville, 6-2, 303, 5.20, 3, Physical presence in run game, generating power from lower body; offers experience at LG and RG.

114. Rob Havenstein, OT, rSr, Wisconsin, 6-7, 321, 5.41, 3-4, Typical Wisconsin OT. Powerful drive blocker w/better athleticism than frame (6-7, 321) suggests.

115. *Javorius Allen, RB, rJr, Southern California, 6-0, 221, 4.50, 3, Reliable singles and doubles hitter, averaging 110.0 rushing yards as starter at USC; 41 catches in 2014.

116. Jamison Crowder, WR, Sr, Duke, 5-08, 185, 4.37, 4-5, Undersized but quick as a hiccup. Projects best in slot & at punt returner. 4 TDs on returns over 2013-14.

117. *Christian Covington, DT, rJr, Rice, 6-2, 289, 4.90, 4-5, Son of CFL Hall of Fame DE Grover Covington. Quick burst and powerful but coming off knee surgery.

118. Senquez Golson, CB, Sr, Mississippi, 5-09, 176, 4.43, 4, Tough but tiny (5-9, 176) corner with excellent agility and ballskills. School-record 10 INTs in 2014.

119. *James Sample, SS, rJr, Louisville, 6-2, 209, 4.48, 4, Rangy, athletic & better open-field tackler than celebrated teammate. 2-time transfer and early entry.

120. Arie Kouandjio, OG, rSr, Alabama, 6-5, 310, 5.48, 3, Looks the part with NFL skillset to maul defenders, but inconsistent in space – similar to brother Cyrus.

121. *Mike Davis, RB, Jr, South Carolina, 5-09, 217, 4.53, 3-4, Squatty, powerful back who showed more explosiveness in 2013. Runs hard and can pinball off tacklers.

122. *Stefon Diggs, WR, Jr, Maryland, 6-0, 195, 4.42, 5, Promising athlete with Ted Ginn athleticism and identity questions on offense; durability a question.

123. *Jesse James, TE, Jr, Penn State, 6-7, 261, 4.69, 3-4, Early entry who lacked production at Penn State but could prove a red zone “outlaw” due to height, hands.

124. Jordan Hicks, OLB, rSr, Texas, 6-1, 236, 4.62, 3-4, Highly athletic off-line of scrimmage OLB in class lacking them, but comes with significant durability risk.

125. Mike Hull, OLB, rSr, Penn State, 6-0, 237, 4.65, 4-5, Throwback Penn State LB. Instinctive, blue-collar defender lacking ideal arm length, speed. Strictly MLB.

126. Anthony Chickillo, DE, Sr, Miami (FL), 6-3, 267, 4.79, 3-4, Tweener traits but is a savvy, physical player who will carve out a nitch. Stood out at Shrine Game.

127. Ibraheim Campbell, SS, rSr, Northwestern (IL), 5-11, 208, 4.52, 2-3, Four-year starter with terrific break down skills downhill (316 career tackles); inconsistent in coverage.

128. Craig Mager, CB, rSr, Texas State, 5-11, 201, 4.39, 4-5, Four-year starter with athleticism, grit, physicality needed to handle jump in competition.

129. Tony Lippett, WR, rSr, Michigan State, 6-2, 192, 4.56, 3-4, Lanky WR w/build-up speed. Projects to CB for some after impressing in spot duty for Spartans.

130. Cody Prewitt, FS, Sr, Mississippi, 6-2, 208, 4.52, 2-3, All-American resume as CF-type safety, using his perch to break down the action and anticipate plays.

131. Alani Fua, OLB, rSr, BYU, 6-5, 238, 4.59, 4-5, Versatile defender with lanky athleticism that fits every scheme; special teamer if he can stay healthy.

132. Tyeler Davison, DT, rSr, Fresno State, 6-2, 316, 5.09, 5-6, Big-time talent who will need a year to adapt to the speed and talent of the NFL.

133. Dez Lewis, WR, rSr, Central Arkansas, 6-4, 214, 4.46, 3-4, Offers great size, polished routes, but plays closer to the 4.58 40 at combine than 4.46 at pro day.

134. *Tyler Kroft, TE, rJr, Rutgers, 6-5, 246, 4.75, 4, Lacked production but offers length and good overall athleticism. Developing but committed blocker.

135. Obum Gwacham, DE, rSr, Oregon State, 6-5, 246, 4.66, 7, Played WR until 2014. Explosive burst, COD but lacks strength. High upside but raw & will require patience.

136. Reese Dismukes, C, Sr, Auburn, 6-3, 296, 5.30, 3, Would probably play for minimum wage – loves football; questions about size/length could limit.

137. Bobby McCain, CB, Sr, Memphis, 5-09, 195, 4.43, 7, Undersized w/average speed, but stays in WR shadow and makes plays on the ball (12 career INTs).

138. *Jeremiah Poutasi, OG, Jr, Utah, 6-5, 335, 5.32, 6-7, Early entry with impressive speed for such a massive man. Projects best at OG in power scheme.

139. Ben Heeney, ILB, Sr, Kansas, 6-0, 231, 4.56, 4, Highly aggressive ILB not afraid to attack and has the burst to get home. Lacks desired size, strength.

140. Tyrus Thompson, OT, rSr, Oklahoma, 6-5, 324, 5.35, 4, Teases with combination of light feet & long arms scouts look for at OT; not enough nasty to his play.

141. Cameron Artis-Payne, RB, Sr, Auburn, 5-10, 212, 4.43, 4, SEC-best 1,608 rush yards in 2014 – only season as starter. Good vision, patience, agility. Lacks breakaway.

142. Ben Koyack, TE, Sr, Notre Dame, 6-5, 255, 4.77, 4, Had to wait his turn at ND but offers intriguing size, hands and tenacity as a blocker to develop.

143. Kenny Bell, WR, rSr, Nebraska, 6-1, 197, 4.37, 4, Nebraska’s all-time leading WR. Competitive, explosive athlete, but wiry frame and a bit straight-linish.

144. Corey Robinson, OT, rSr, South Carolina, 6-7, 324, 5.30, 6, Long-limbed w/surprising athleticism and starting experience vs. SEC competition. Projects best to RT.

145. Kevin White, CB, rSr, Texas Christian, 5-09, 183, 4.61, 4-5, Scrappy, experiened CB with good quickness, hand-eye coordination but lacks preferred height, speed.

146. Gabe Wright, DT, Sr, Auburn, 6-3, 300, 5.06, 4, Too inconsistent given 52-game career but flashes w/explosive burst off ball to make (or help set up) TFLs.

147. Jake Ryan, OLB, rSr, Michigan, 6-2, 240, 4.65, 5, UM career derailed by injury, but productive 2014; high character teammate and worker – overachiever.

148. Kurtis Drummond, FS, rSr, Michigan State, 6-1, 208, 4.58, 3-4, Classic centerfielder at FS with IQ, range and ballskills. Only avg. open-field tackler and lacks pop.

149. Clayton Geathers, SS, rSr, Central Florida, 6-2, 218, 4.45, 4-5, Downhill hitter too often comes in, out of control. Avg. balance, change of direction shows in coverage too.

150. Vince Mayle, WR, rSr, Washington State, 6-2, 224, 4.65, 5-6, Still learning tricks of trade, but size, athleticism and upside projects him as down-the-line starter.

151. Ramik Wilson, ILB, Sr, Georgia, 6-2, 237, 4.66, 4-5, Led SEC in tackles over 2013-14 but isn’t the sum of his parts, showing avg. instincts, functional strength.

152. Frank Clark, DE, Sr, Michigan, 6-3, 271, 4.66, 3-4, Aggressive, powerful edge rusher with surprising length (34 3/8″ arms). Multiple off-field red-flags.

153. JaCorey Shepherd, CB, Sr, Kansas, 5-11, 199, 4.54, 5-6, Ex-WR, moved to CB in 2012; needs time to develop craft, but ballskills are elite (35 passes defended).

154. *Matt Jones, RB, Jr, Florida, 6-2, 231, 4.54, 5-6, Durability is concern, but physical, stubborn presence when on the field, breaking tackles with power.

155. Andy Gallik, C, rSr, Boston College, 6-2, 306, 5.43, 4-5, Four-year starter for program known for churning out NFL OL. Heady, physical, competitive but avg. athlete.

156. Nick O’Leary, TE, Sr, Florida State, 6-3, 252, 4.92, 4-5, Reigning Mackey Award winner. Savvy route-runner w/soft hands. Only average athleticism for position.

157. *Durell Eskridge, FS, rJr, Syracuse, 6-3, 208, 4.56, 4-5, Checks a lot of boxes with his size and athleticism, but is slow to diagnose and needs to get stronger.

158. Josue Matias, OG, Sr, Florida State, 6-5, 309, 5.52, 3-4, 4-year starter still just 22 years old. Better in pass pro than run blocking and could be seen as OT.

159. Xzavier Dickson, OLB, Sr, Alabama, 6-3, 260, 4.71, 5, Looks the part, doesn’t always play the part and leaves you wanting more; improved in 2014 (9.0 sacks).

160. *Darius Philon, DT, rSo, Arkansas, 6-1, 298, 4.90, 7-FA, Quick first step to penetrate w/active hands and disruptive motor, but still raw; left school too early.

161. Mark Glowinski, OG, rSr, West Virginia, 6-4, 307, 5.13, 4-5, JUCO transfer, 2-yr starter at RG; flat stepper, but unlocks his hips and drives legs to move bodies.

162. Charles Gaines, CB, rJr, Louisville, 5-10, 180, 4.31, 4-5, Former WR, moved to CB in 2013; raw with baggage, but play speed and cover skills worth developing.

163. Titus Davis, WR, Sr, Central Michigan, 6-1, 196, 4.48, 5, 20th in FBS history in TD catches (37); not explosive, but savvy, smart route-runner and reliable ballskills.

164. Jalston Fowler, FB, rSr, Alabama, 5-11, 254, 4.84, 5, Versatile and well-rounded as blocker, receiver and ballcarrier; plays w/toughness, determination.

165. Markus Golden, OLB, rSr, Missouri, 6-2, 260, 4.77, 5, Looks better on tape than paper; lacks consistent rush plan, but finds ways to the QB (10 sacks in 2014).

166. Ty Montgomery, WR, Sr, Stanford, 6-0, 221, 4.50, 5, Joshua Cribbs-type weapon on special teams (5 return scores), but also limited on offense like Cribbs.

167. Lynden Trail, DE, rSr, Norfolk State, 6-7, 269, 4.87, 4, Florida transfer who flashed at DE, OLB & TE at Sr. Bowl. WR in HS & and still quite raw but intriguing traits.

168. Taiwan Jones, ILB, Sr, Michigan State, 6-3, 245, 4.90, 5, Downhill thumper w/elite take-on skills to deliver shock at contact, but average range in coverage.

169. *Jacoby Glenn, CB, rSo, Central Florida, 6-0, 179, 4.60, 4, Good instincts, ballskills & physicality despite relatively slight frame and average speed. Zone CB or S.

170. Bobby Richardson, DT, Sr, Indiana, 6-3, 283, 5.14, 7-FA, DE/DT, didn’t excel at either spot, but reliable at both; not dynamic, but long-armed and instinctive.

171. Bryce Hager, ILB, rSr, Baylor, 6-1, 234, 4.56, 5, Top-notch instincts to key/read/flow in controlled pursuit; limited physical traits, but NFL intangibles.

172. Austin Shepherd, OT, rSr, Alabama, 6-4, 315, 5.27, 4-5, D.J. Fluker’s replacement at RT for Tide past two years; skillset/instincts ideally suited for zone-blocking.

173. *Josh Robinson, RB, rJr, Mississippi State, 5-08, 217, 4.59, 5-6, Bowling ball w/excellent balance and burst out of cuts, but inconsistent vision; 1,203 rush yards in 2014.

174. Blake Bell, TE, rSr, Oklahoma, 6-6, 252, 4.77, 5, Highly recruited QB, chose move to TE in 2014 for NFL chance; size/athletic blend, raw blocker/receiver.

175. Shaquille Mason, C, Sr, Georgia Tech, 6-2, 304, 4.99, 5, Surprise Combine snub – overlooked in GT option offense; fluid body control, quick hands and smart.

176. *Lorenzo Doss, CB, Jr, Tulane, 5-10, 182, 4.46, 5, Former WR, leaves Tulane with 35 passes defended, 15 INTs in 3 seasons; average traits = sub-package CB.

177. Anthony Jefferson, SS, rSr, UCLA, 6-1, 198, 4.63, 6, Jack of all trades in secondary with experience at CB and S. Projects best to S if he can improve tackling.

178. Malcolm Brown, RB, Sr, Texas, 5-11, 224, 4.51, 5-6, Didn’t live up to high school hype (3.9 ypc in 2014), but built for the NFL; runs physical and doesn’t fumble.

179. Leterrius Walton, DT, rSr, Central Michigan, 6-5, 319, 5.21, 4-5, Lackluster production (6.0 sacks in 31 starts), but quick first step to get upfield with frame to plug holes.

180. Zach Zenner, FB, rSr, South Dakota State, 5-11, 223, 4.50, 6-7, Tough enough for FB but deserves shot to stay at RB. Powerful, one-cut runner. 3-time FCS All-American.

181. Karlos Williams, RB, Sr, Florida State, 6-1, 230, 4.43, 5, Athletic specimen and former safety; Explosive runner and receiver, but best outside the hashes.

182. Cedric Reed, DE, Sr, Texas, 6-5, 269, 4.89, 7-FA, Jan. 2015 meniscus surgery clouds future; looks the part, but inconsistent w/bland pass rush moves.

183. Darryl Roberts, CB, rSr, Marshall, 5-11, 187, 4.38, 6, Combine snub despite 35 PBUs (but only 5 INTs) in 49 games. Highly athletic, as 4.38 at pro day suggests.

184. *Gerod Holliman, FS, rJr, Louisville, 6-0, 218, 4.62, 5-6, 2014 Jim Thorpe Award w/14 INTs; great ballskills, allergic to tackling – All-Pro if NFL was two-hand touch.

185. Jamil Douglas, OG, rSr, Arizona State, 6-4, 304, 5.18, 5-6, College LG/LT, ideally suited inside at OG in NFL; not quickest or strongest, but adequate in both areas.

186. Terrence Magee, RB, Sr, LSU, 5-08, 213, 4.57, 4-5, Compact runner with quickness, power that make it tough on would-be tacklers. Think Justin Forsett.

187. Shaquille Riddick, DE, Sr, West Virginia, 6-6, 244, 4.64, 5, FCS All-American at Gardner-Webb, transferred to WVU for 2014; DE/OLB tweener with quick-twitch traits.

188. Darren Waller, WR, Sr, Georgia Tech, 6-6, 238, 4.43, 4-5, TE size, speed of WR; not NFL-ready and very unpolished from GT’s option offense, but intriguing.

189. Damian Swann, CB, Sr, Georgia, 6-0, 189, 4.47, 5-6, Brandon Boykin-role at UGA, blitzing and covering; freestyles too much, but excellent reaction quickness.

190. Wes Saxton, TE, Sr, South Alabama, 6-3, 248, 4.64, 5-6, Would be first draft pick in school history; athletic “move” TE with speed and strength, lacking seasoning.

191. Chaz Green, OT, rSr, Florida, 6-5, 314, 5.12, 5-6, Lacks special traits, but is consistent and plays like a season veteran; will make an NFL roster.

192. Brandon Bridge, QB, rSr, South Alabama, 6-4, 229, 4.65, 6, Athletic and strong-armed QB seeking to be first Canadian born-passer selected by NFL since Jesse Palmer.

193. Zack Hodges, OLB, Sr, Harvard, 6-2, 250, 4.65, 5-6, Harvard’s all-time sack leader (27); versatile athlete with relentless play speed, still rough around edges.

194. Derrick Lott, DT, rSr, Tennessee-Chattanooga, 6-4, 314, 4.93, 5-6, Georgia transfer; average production w/underachieving traits but terrific size/speed for an NFL rotation.

195. Jordan Richards, SS, Sr, Stanford, 5-11, 211, 4.59, 5, Undersized with limited range, but tough and high football IQ with Boy Scout intangibles; special teamer.

196. Antwan Goodley, WR, rSr, Baylor, 5-10, 209, 4.43, 7-FA, Built like RB, makes plays like a WR; inconsistent routes, but leader of fast-break offense (21 TDs).

197. Damien Wilson, ILB, Sr, Minnesota, 6-0, 245, 4.75, 5-6, Active and directs traffic pre-snap, although aggression will lead to mistakes. Backup at next level.

198. Nick Boyle, TE, Sr, Delaware, 6-4, 268, 5.00, 5-6, Very average athleticism, struggling to separate, but hard-nosed blocker and physical receiving presence.

199. Kyle Emanuel, OLB, rSr, North Dakota State, 6-3, 255, 4.72, 6, Won Buck Buchanon Award as FCS’ top player. Powerful, tenacious & surprisingly quick. Short arms (31″).

200. Laurence Gibson, OT, rSr, Virginia Tech, 6-6, 305, 5.03, 5, Eyes and hands need refinement, but quick enough to shuffle and stay square on edges. Upside.

201. Josh Harper, WR, rSr, Fresno State, 6-1, 191, 4.52, 5-6, Not a refined route-runner, but light-footed and quick, at his best on crossers to create; 228 career grabs.

202. Corey Crawford, DE, rSr, Clemson, 6-5, 299, 4.93, 4-5, Looks the part with broad shoulders, long arms and good overall athleticism, but hasn’t played up to talent.

203. Sean Hickey, OT, rSr, Syracuse, 6-5, 309, 5.14, 5-6, Justin Pugh-like talent and college LT, best inside at OG; balanced athlete with NFL mental makeup.

204. Dominique Brown, RB, rSr, Louisville, 6-2, 234, 4.63, 7, Could be seen as a FB or H-back convert due to soft hands. Some power but lacks ideal wiggle, burst for RB.

205. Joey Mbu, DT, Sr, Houston, 6-3, 313, 5.48, 6, Powerful two-gap DT or NG prospect with the strength to hold up. Just don’t him ask to rush the passer.

206. Jarvis Harrison, OG, rSr, Texas A&M, 6-4, 330, 5.18, 6, Late bloomer improved every season. Starting potential; if coaches light fire, could prove big steal.

207. *Chris Hackett, FS, rJr, Texas Christian, 6-0, 195, 4.68, 6-7, Like teammate Paul Dawson, didn’t run well but has the instincts, toughness, ballskills to make a roster.

208. Max Valles, OLB, rSo, Virginia, 6-5, 251, 4.8, 6, Great length, athleticism; wiry frame and looks like WR on field. Struggles vs. run due to raw technique.

209. Kyshoen Jarrett, SS, Sr, Virginia Tech, 5-10, 200, 4.49, 7, Physical run-supporting safety with coverage limitations due to less than ideal fluidity and instincts.

210. Donald Celiscar, CB, Sr, Western Michigan, 5-11, 194, 4.58, 6, Physical bump-and-run corner and ballhawk whose biggest drawback is lack of elite recovery speed.

211. C.J. Uzomah, TE, Sr, Auburn, 6-6, 262, 4.62, 6-7, Combine snub with intriguing size/speed. Poor fit in Auburn’s offense but flashed hands, grit as a blocker.

212. Geneo Grissom, OLB, rSr, Oklahoma, 6-3, 262, 4.75, 5-6, Up/down production and play over career with untapped potential at DE; possible developmental TE.

213. Mario Alford, WR, Sr, West Virginia, 5-08, 180, 4.27, 6, Tiny but explosive speed, which makes him a threat as a vertical WR and KR (two returns for TDs in 2014).

214. Tray Walker, CB, Sr, Texas Southern, 6-2, 191, 4.53, 6, Tall, lanky press cover man can redirect off the line but lacks elite speed; project will require patience.

215. Martrell Spaight, OLB, Sr, Arkansas, 6-0, 236, 4.81, 6, 1st Team All-SEC in 2014 after signing as 2x All-American JUCO. Physical and faster than 4.81 40 suggests.

216. Zack Wagenmann, DE, rSr, Montana, 6-3, 247, 4.81, 6, School-record 37.5 sacks and impressed during combine. Suffered broken foot in pre-draft workout.

217. Andrew Donnal, OT, rSr, Iowa, 6-6, 313, 5.30, 6, 1-yr starter at RT opposite Scherff; lacks much punch, but takes pride in technique and work ethic.

218. Kristjan Sokoli, DE, rSr, Buffalo, 6-5, 290, 4.86, 6-7, Albania native took up football to earn scholarship; tireless worker played out of position at NG in college.

219. Connor Halliday, QB, rSr, Washington State, 6-3, 204, 4.87, 6-7, Not your typical Mike Leach QB. Strong-armed gunslinger (& NCAA’s leading passer); broke foot in ’14.

220. Kaleb Eulls, DT, rSr, Mississippi State, 6-3, 305, 5.14, 5-6, High school QB, moved to DT and started 4 years at MSU; Not rangy, but stout to anchor and plug run lanes.

221. Akeem Hunt, RB, Sr, Purdue, 5-10, 189, 4.40, 6, Combine snub was clocked at 4.36 at pro day. Agility and speed to help as change of pace back & returner.

222. J.R. Tavai, OLB, Sr, Southern California, 6-2, 249, 4.87, 6-7, Undersized edge rusher with knack for making big plays despite less than ideal length, athleticism.

223. Justin Manton, K, Sr, Louisiana-Monroe, 6-3, 196, 4.93, 5-6, Accurate w/average leg power on FG attempts (64.3%, 36-for-56); also handled punting duties (43.1 avg.).

224. Tyler Varga, FB, Sr, Yale, 5-11, 222, 4.64, 5, Canadian Ivy Leaguer w/chiseled physique and tough-nosed run style; versatile RB/H-back option.

225. Zach Vigil, ILB, rSr, Utah State, 6-2, 236, 4.68, 6-7, Combine snub clocked at 4.68 after registering 20.5 TFL in 2014. Quick & savvy, but lacks power, length.

226. Kyle Loomis, P, rSr, Portland State, 6-2, 221, 5.08, 6-7, Began at Oregon St. but left game to spend three years in the Army. Booming, accurate leg. Turns 28 in Sept.

227. Max Garcia, C, rSr, Florida, 6-4, 309, 5.24, 6-7, Maryland transfer with the grit and physicality that will endear him to NFL offensive line coaches.

228. Louis Trinca-Pasat, DT, rSr, Iowa, 6-1, 290, 4.94, 6-7, Short, squatty run defender with the quickness and tenacity to pester. Limited size, closing speed.

229. Tony Washington, OLB, rSr, Oregon, 6-4, 247, 4.8, 6-7, Played Dion Jordan role, lining up at various spots; intriguing athlete, but not much more at this point.

230. Justin Coleman, CB, Sr, Tennessee, 5-11, 185, 4.52, 7-FA, Quicker than fast and possible safety conversion; improved, but often step late w/poor anticipation.

231. Casey Pierce, TE, rSr, Kent State, 6-3, 244, 4.77, 6, H-back or move-TE candidate who combines soft hands & surprising tenacity as a blocker. Limited athlete.

232. Geremy Davis, WR, rSr, Connecticut, 6-2, 216, 4.58, 6-7, Wins contested passes with height, hand-eye coordination, but has to as he struggles to gain separation.

233. Robert Myers, OG, rSr, Tennessee State, 6-5, 326, 5.37, 6, Looks the part with thick frame, but relied more on positioning than dominating at lower level. Project.

234. Anthony Harris, FS, Sr, Virginia, 6-1, 183, 4.56, 6, Slim frame that suggests he’ll struggle with NFL’s physicality, but has agility, instincts and ballskills.

235. Randall Evans, CB, Sr, Kansas State, 6-0, 195, 4.44, 5-6, Team-best 14 passes defended in 2014; excellent height/speed combo for NFL, not afraid in run support.

236. Deiontrez Mount, OLB, Sr, Louisville, 6-5, 249, 4.66, 7-FA, Jack of all trades, master of none; long, athletic build w/versatile talent – what position: DE or LB?

237. Darryl Baldwin, OT, rSr, Ohio State, 6-6, 305, 4.96, 6-7, Not a starter until 2014, but 6-6, 305 RT & combine snub turned heads at pro day (4.96 in 40 and 30 reps).

238. Rannell Hall, WR, Sr, Central Florida, 6-0, 198, 4.53, 7, Solidly built WR with knack for making tough catches, including at the Sr. Bowl. More savvy than athletic.

239. Cody Fajardo, QB, rSr, Nevada, 6-1, 223, 4.53, 7, Took over for Colin Kaepernick. Dual-threat but isn’t the accurate pocket passer statistics suggest.

240. Malcolm Agnew, RB, Sr, Southern Illinois, 5-09, 202, 4.61, 6-7, Oregon St. transfer with enough burst, balance and hands to catch on as change of pace RB. NFL bloodlines.

241. Trent Brown, OT, Sr, Florida, 6-8, 355, 5.21, 7, Gentle giant with gigantic wingspan (87″ wingspan) and brute power; only 11 starts at UF (6 RG, 5 RT).

242. Erick Dargan, SS, rSr, Oregon, 5-11, 211, 4.72, 5-6, Pac-12 leader in INTs in 2014 (7); has cover limitations, but ballskills, physicality, speed are NFL ready.

243. Caushaud Lyons, DE, Sr, Tusculum, 6-4, 284, 4.86, 6-7, Earned FBS attention out of HS but didn’t qualify. Intriguing traits, including quickness & 34 1/8″ arms.

244. J.J. Nelson, WR, rSr, Alabama-Birmingham, 5-10, 156, 4.21, 6-7, Fastest man timed at 2015 combine (4.21 on some watches) & caught ball well in Indy, too. Only 156 pounds.

245. Quandre Diggs, CB, Sr, Texas, 5-09, 196, 4.50, 6-7, Four-year starter with good quickness, football IQ, but lack of size, top-end speed limits him to nickel.

246. Cameron Clear, OT, rSr, Texas A&M, 6-5, 277, 4.87, 7-FA, Tenn. transfer, only 9 catches last 3 yrs at A&M as a TE; best NFL position possibly as developmental OT.

247. Edmond Robinson, OLB, Sr, Newberry, 6-3, 245, 4.56, 6-7, Long-limbed athlete who impressed at combine. Raw after being moved all over in college but intriguing.

248. Quayshawne Buckley, DT, rSr, Idaho, 6-2, 291, 5.08, 7, Plays w/attacking mentality; unyielding effort but needs to anchor better and root lower body vs. power.

249. Aaron Ripkowski, FB, Sr, Oklahoma, 6-1, 238, 4.70, 7, Old school FB who operates as a human sledge hammer as a lead blocker. Limited runner, receiver.

250. James O’Shaughnessy, TE, rSr, Illinois State, 6-4, 248, 4.68, 7, Intriguing athlete with size, body control, hands and focus to make the difficult leap from FCS to NFL.

251. *DaVaris Daniels, WR, rJr, Notre Dame, 6-1, 201, 4.62, 7-FA, Missed all of 2014 (academic suspension); not dynamic, but smooth athlete with ballskills and upside.

252. Cedric Thompson, FS, Sr, Minnesota, 5-11, 211, 4.46, 7, Covers a lot of ground vs. run and pass. More reactive than proactive with marginal instincts & ballskills.

253. Cody Wichmann, OG, rSr, Fresno State, 6-5, 319, 4.98, 5-6, 4-yr starter at OT and OG; stiff, but physical mauler to latch, drive and dispose of bodies in his path.

254. Junior Sylvestre, OLB, Sr, Toledo, 6-0, 233, 4.53, 7, Slight, lean frame w/streaky take-on and break-down skills, but flies like the wind with 4.5 40 speed.

255. Jordan Taylor, WR, rSr, Rice, 6-4, 209, 4.52, 7, Lanky target with surprising build-up speed. Good height, hands for 50-50 balls. Must gain strength vs. press.

256. Robertson Daniel, CB, Sr, BYU, 6-1, 209, 4.46, 7, Size, length, athleticism combo stands out on film. Compeitive chops, ballskills, toughness to develop.

257. Xavier Williams, DT, rSr, Northern Iowa, 6-2, 325, 5.18, 5, Strengths of game are active feet and relentless energy to attract double-teams; Combine snub.

258. B.J. Dubose, DE, Sr, Louisville, 6-4, 284, 4.99, 7, Played up and down line. Improved awareness vs. run as senior, fits best as two-gapping 5-tech in 3-4.

259. *Trey Williams, RB, Jr, Texas A&M, 5-07, 195, 4.43, 7-FA, Underutilized at A&M, averaging 6.6 yards/carry; Lacks ideal size/power, but all-purpose jitterbug athlete.

260. Shane Carden, QB, Sr, East Carolina, 6-2, 218, 4.90, 7, Lacks ideal traits but is a gamer NFL coaches will love. Struggled at the Senior Bowl and lacks upside.

261. Deion Barnes, DE, rJr, Penn State, 6-4, 257, 4.95, 6, Looks the part on the hoof but lacks burst and bend to turn the corner & must add functional strength.

262. Evan Spencer, WR, Sr, Ohio State, 6-2, 208, 4.45, 7, Average size and athletic traits with an unimpressive resume (15 rec. in 2014), but does everything well.

263. Jeff Luc, ILB, rSr, Cincinnati, 6-0, 251, 4.60, 6, Florida St. transfer. Speed, power & frame for 3-4 ILB but questionable instincts, agility. Could project to FB.

264. Jamon Brown, OT, Sr, Louisville, 6-4, 323, 5.08, 7, Shows versatiliy to play both sides, but best fit in NFL is inside at OG. Much keep weight in check.

265. Trevor Pardula, P, Sr, Kansas, 6-4, 227, 5.12, 7-FA, Soccer lifer w/limited football experience; grew into punter role at KU, averaging 44.3 yds/punt in 2014.

266. John Crockett, RB, rSr, North Dakota State, 6-0, 217, 4.56, 7-FA, “Taz” set NDS-record in 2014 (1,994 rush yds), takes what blockers give him; tight mover, struggles to create.

267. Jimmay Mundine, FB, rSr, Kansas, 6-2, 240, 4.67, 7, Unpolished in several areas, but has raw athleticism & versatile skillset worth developing as a “move” TE.

268. Quinton Spain, OG, rSr, West Virginia, 6-4, 330, 5.08, 7, 3-year starter (LG, LT), best in a tight square w/bad habit of overextending; mechanics need overhaul.

269. Troy Hill, CB, rSr, Oregon, 5-10, 180, 4.46, 7, Rebounded from off-field issues to show speed and feisty attitude. Lacks size, strength – nickel candidate.

270. John Lowdermilk, SS, Sr, Iowa, 6-1, 210, 4.65, 7, Father played 12 seasons in NFL. Delivers pop; can cover slot, but not routinely be left on an island.

271. Josh Lambo, PK, Sr, Texas A&M, 6-0, 216, 5.16, 7, Soccer star as youth, enters NFL as older prospect (24) but with excellent athleticism & leg strength.

272. *Jean Sifrin, TE, Jr, Massachusetts, 6-5, 245, 4.81, 7-FA, Well-traveled past, didn’t pick up football until recently; intriguing athlete, but will be 28-yr old rookie.

273. Greg Mancz, C, rSr, Toledo, 6-4, 301, 5.08, 7-FA, 48 career starts at OT/OG/C, first OL to win MAC MVP honors; quick and smart, but rehabbing torn labrum.

274. Bryan Bennett, QB, rSr, Southeastern Louisiana, 6-2, 211, 4.79, 7-FA, Oregon transfer after Mariota won starting job; Manziel-like athlete and style, but streaky arm talent.

275. Corey Grant, RB, rSr, Auburn, 5-09, 201, 4.28, 7-FA, Backup RB last few seasons (1,040 career rush yds), but elite speed, averaging 24.5 yds (1 TD) as KR.

276. Austin Hill, WR, rSr, Arizona, 6-2, 214, 4.59, 5-6, Breakout 2012, missed all of 2013 with ACL and wasn’t same in 2014; high effort WR with strong hands.

277. Sage Harold, OLB, Sr, James Madison, 6-3, 242, 4.66, 7-FA, Speedy pass rusher w/excellent pursuit skills to disrupt the backfield; tweener skillset and strength.

278. Bryce Callahan, CB, rSr, Rice, 5-09, 183, 4.47, 7, Light feet & fluid change of direction, but marginal size, physicality make move to nickel a tough one.

279. David Parry, DT, rSr, Stanford, 6-1, 308, 5.31, 7, Limited effectiveness as pass rusher, but has talent to be a square dominating NT on non-passing downs.

280. Martin Ifedi, DE, rSr, Memphis, 6-3, 275, 4.88, 7-FA, School sack leader (22.5), using upper-body strength and quick recognition skills to be effective.

281. Dean Marlowe, FS, rSr, James Madison, 6-1, 203, 4.52, 7-FA, 4-year starter w/impressive resume (326 tkls, 11 INTs); streaky cover instincts, but physical/tough vs. run.

282. Rory Anderson, TE, Sr, South Carolina, 6-5, 244, 4.73, 7-FA, Oft-injured, rocked up WR with intriguing athletic traits, but unreliable ball and tracking skills.

283. Bud Sasser, WR, rSr, Missouri, 6-3, 219, 4.53, 7-FA, Good-sized target w/length and tracking skills to pluck from the clouds; needs discipline added to diet.

284. Takoby Cofield, OT, rSr, Duke, 6-4, 310, 5.15, 7-FA, Steady 3-year starter (42 at LT) w/adequate size/strength and constant hustle to a development swing OT.

285. Mark Weisman, FB, Sr, Iowa, 5-11, 242, 4.69, 7, Rarely wins with make-you-miss quickness, but has non-nonsense style that can rack up positive yardage.

286. Mike Sadler, P, rSr, Michigan State, 5-11, 194, 4.86, 7, Left-footer gets ball up quickly w/good hang time. With law school in wings, is heart 100% in football?

287. Terrell Watson, RB, Sr, Azusa Pacific, 6-1, 236, 4.55, 7-FA, Broke most of Christian Okoye’s school records. Feasted at DII and lacks speed, but intriguing sleeper.

288. Hayes Pullard, ILB, rSr, Southern California, 6-0, 240, 4.66, 5-6, Led USC in tackles 3 of past 4 seasons (377 career tackles); scheme specific LB with savvy, controlled style.

289. Robenson Therezie, SS, Sr, Auburn, 5-10, 205, 4.39, 7-FA, Undersized, but fast w/breakdown skills to be reliable tackler in open space; special teams skillset.

290. Antoine Everett, OG, rSr, McNeese State, 6-3, 323, 5.74, 7-FA, College LT projects to OG; put himself on NFL radar by dominating FCS-level, but needs mechanical work.

291. Brock Hekking, OLB, rSr, Nevada, 6-3, 255, 4.76, 6-7, Three-time All-MWC pick has powerful hands and instincts but isn’t as athletic as pro day 40 (4.76) suggests.

292. Hutson Mason, QB, rSr, Georgia, 6-2, 212, 4.83, 7-FA, Aaron Murray’s heir apparent and offers similar size/skillset; smart WCO passer w/limited arm strength.

293. Houston Bates, OLB, rSr, Louisiana Tech, 6-1, 238, 4.68, 7-FA, Illinois transfer is Trent Dilfer’s doppelganger; on field, one-trick pony who idles when blockers engulf him.

294. Kendall Lamm, OT, rSr, Appalachian State, 6-5, 302, 5.27, 7-FA, 4-yr starter lacks elite traits but gets job done. Needs to strengthen lower body for next level.

295. Nick Easton, C, Sr, Harvard, 6-3, 303, 5.12, 7-FA, All-Ivy League past two seasons; earned invite to NFLPA Collegiate Bowl and lifted 225 lbs 29x at pro day.

296. DeAndre Smelter, WR, rSr, Georgia Tech, 6-2, 226, 4.52, 7-FA, Tough to evaluate due to QB play and GT offense, but natural athleticism and impressive skillset; ACL tear.

297. Brian Suite, FS, rSr, Utah State, 6-3, 203, 4.51, 7-FA, Ballhawk with 41 games of experience. Biggest question is about recovery speed in deep coverage.

298. *David Irving, DE, Sr, Iowa State, 6-7, 273, 4.84, 7-FA, Kicked off program after multiple arrests; intriguing potential on field, but still rough around edges.

299. Justin Cox, CB, Sr, Mississippi State, 6-1, 191, 4.30, 5, FS/CB tweener who tested off charts (4.36 40, 38″ vertical); Dismissed in Nov. 2014 after DV arrest.

300. Brian Blechen, SS, rSr, Utah, 6-2, 226, 4.77, 7-FA, Best facing QB as run-stuffing presence; lacks straight-line speed for deep coverage responsibility.

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