Jamie Blatnick, DE, Oklahoma State – 6031 263 4.81 Two-year starter. Played left end in a four man multiple defensive front. May project as a 3-4 rush linebacker for some teams. Finishes the play. Good on long and short pursuit. Breaks well on the thrown ball. Quick off the ball and can close on the quarterback. Power rusher off the edge. Can get the tackles back on their heels at times. One time he had a sack on a two-man rush. Competitive with a good effort. Uses his hands well. Hard to tie up on a reach block in the run game. Throws his body into the ball carrier. Alert for traps and draws. Can neutralize a block in the run game. Academic all-conference three times. 2011 stats: 50 tackles, 13.5 TFL, 8 sacks, 5 QBH, 7 PBU, 2 FR, 1 FF. OSR:18/ 25. Seventh round/PFA. (A-31 1/2, H-10 1/4, BP-28, 10-1.70).
Jerry Franklin, LB, Arkansas – 6013 242 4.69 Four-year starter who is active and dependable in his play. He led the Razorbacks four straight years in tackles. He is an above average athlete who can run. Was voted a defensive captain. Has been an impact player over his career. Loses knee bend at times and the blockers get to his legs and cut him. Has read and react quickness and can adjust on the move. Gets downhill and fills the running lanes. Plays with good balance and change of direction. Big plays over the years include two defensive touchdowns, five interceptions, and four fumble recoveries. Needs to develop more strength at the point of attack. Will provide quality depth on the next level. Will need to develop his pro physical skills. Will contribute on special teams the next level. Has experience on punt coverage. Tallied 376 career tackles. 2011 stats: 101 tackles, 10 TFL, .5 sack, 4 PBU. Not invited to the Combine. Sixth/seventh round. (A-33 1/8, H-9 5/8, BP-15, SS-4.38).
Anthony Miller, TE, California – 6033 254 4.91 Three-year starter. Played with new or young quarterbacks who had inconsistent accuracy and it cut down his number of touches. Another in a long line of H-back, tight end, fullback utility players that are in vogue in spread offenses. Built like a fullback but taller. Can block on the run between the tackles. Will lead through on short yardage and good line plays. Aggressive one on one blocker. Sticks to his man and ties him up. Plays with a good base and fit into the defender. Mirrors and slides feet well. Will stay in and help on pass protection. Maintains control and stays low. A size and athletic prospect with draftable qualities. Not invited to the Combine. Career stats: 64-774 yds, 12.1 ypr, 5 TDs. Seventh round/PFA. (A-33 5/8, H-9 5/8, BP-18, VJ-25.5).
Gerell Robinson, WR, Arizona State – 6031 227 4.62 Started 25 games in his career. A big possession/slot receiver who is a long strider. Good field awareness to adjust to a quarterback scramble. Runs good routes for a big man. Will compete and catch the ball over the middle. Has the desired long arms and big hands that he uses to go up after the ball on a fade route. Knows how to shield off a defender with his big body. Runs a steady diet of slant routes. Not afraid to go over the middle. Holds the ball on contact. A between the hash type receiver. Wall off position blocker. 2011 stats: 77-1397 yds, 18.1 ypr, 7 TDs. OSR:27/42. Fourth/fifth round. (A-33, H-10 1/8, VJ-35.5, SS-4.15).
Elliot Coffey, LB, Baylor
Duke Ihenacho, S, San Jose State
Steven Johnson, LB, Kansas
Coryell Judie, DC, Texas A&M
Eric Page, WR, Toledo
Demario Pippen, RB, Tuskegee
Mike Remmers, OT, Oregon State
Wayne Tribue, OL, Temple
Austin Wuebbels, OG, Missouri