Derrick Dennis, OL, Temple – 6030 315 5.25 Started 40 games in his career. Experience at both guard and tackle. Thick lower body. Good bend and punch. Physical blocker who must keep his feet moving to create a running lane. Struggles to anchor if he doesn’t bend his knees. Was bull rushed and driven back by Kyle Wilbur in the Shrine Game. Plays better in a short area. Will overextend and go to the ground at times on down blocks. Stops his feet on contact when pulling. A result of losing his knee bend. Needs to be a more consistent finisher as a trapper and in the run game. Has positional technique breakdowns. Was not invited to the Combine. Seventh round/PFA. (A- 33, H-10, BP-25, 10-1.86).
Jeff Fuller, WR, Texas A&M – 6034 223 4.63 Four-year starter. Possession type receiver Son of former San Francisco 49er safety, Jeff Fuller Sr. Physical wide receiver with long arms and good overall body strength. Productive over his career with 233 catches. The first Aggie receiver in history with over 1000 yards in a season. Good hands. Catches the ball out away from his body. Soft hands to make the difficult catches over the shoulder, low balls, or off target throws. Secures the ball in his big hands. Flashes the ability to separate coming out of his breaks and create space. Will compete and concentrate on a ball over the middle. Has production inside the hash marks. Finds the open area in zone coverage or can be physical in press coverage to avoid and get off the line. Good awareness to come back to the ball. Can get open on short, medium, and deep areas. Plays with toughness and intensity. Struggled in 2011 with a variety of injuries that included hamstring and ankle problems. Was not as fast twitch in and out of his cuts like he was in 2010. Senior Bowl notes: Big catching radius. A talented enigma that may prove to be a draft bargain if he gets back to his junior year skill set. Had several drops during the week including some balls off his chest. May be pressing too much instead of just playing the game. 2011 stats: 70-828 yds, 11.8 ypr, 6 TDs. Career stats: 233-3092 yds, 13.3 ypr, 34 TDs. Did not work out at the Combine. Fourth/fifth round. (A-33 5/8, H-9 7/8, VJ-36, SS-4.32).
Kelcie McCray, S, Arkansas State – 6016 202 4.48 Three-year starter. A good athlete with questionable instincts. When he sees the ball he can drive on it. Lacks explosiveness in his game. His long enough arms help him jam receivers. Physically tough in his play. Willing to force the run. Needs more strength if he is to hold up for an NFL season. Was a quarterback in high school and was moved to the secondary as a freshman. Generally a good wrap tackler. Active in the run game with over 140 tackles the past two years. McCray is a size and speed prospect who has borderline skills, but has a chance to develop. Will be an asset on all coverage teams. 2011 stats: 70 tackles, 1.5 TFL, 4 INTs, 4 PBU. BTR:left 4.70, right 4.80. OSR:12/20. Seventh round/PFA. (A-32 1/4, H-8 7/8, VJ-30.5, SS-4.29).
Derek Moye, WR, Penn State – 6042 209 4.52 Three-year starter who played his career with inconsistent quarterbacks. Was the team’s go-to receiver. A big possession receiver who will go inside for the ball. A one speed player who picks up some speed going down the field. Gets his feet in position to catch the ball. Will go up for the high off target pass. Routes are not crisp or sharp. More rounded off. Question footwork and balance at times. Needs to drop his weight in and out of his breaks. Gives a good effort as a blocker. Will go after his targets in the open field. Tough and aggressive. A size and speed developmental prospect. Broke a bone in his left foot in the Illinois game and missed the last month of the season. 2011 stats: 40-654 yds, 16.4 ypr, 3 TDs. OSR:25/42. Sixth/seventh round. (A-32 3/4, H-8 1/4, VJ-33.5, SS-4.23).
Chas Alecxih, DT, Pittsburgh
Terence Brown, OL, BYU
Cameron Collins, LB, Oregon State
Albert Evans, S, Purdue
Jonas Gray, RB, Notre Dame
Trenton Hughes, DC, Maryland
Myron Johnson, S, Arkansas Tech
Shelly Lyons, OB, Arizona State
Jarrell Root, DE, Boise State
Josh Samuda, OL, Massachusetts
Kevin Scott, DC, Syracuse
Derrick Shelby, DE/OB, Utah
Jacquies Smith, DE, Missouri
Dustin Waldron, OT, Portland State