Our Draft Picks: 1-28: DT Jesse Williams 6-6 323 lbs
2nd Best 40 time of the 300lbs + DT in the draft 4.92 and the fith strongest with 30 reps. Has a naturally wide frame with relatively short limbs, giving him the low center of gravity conducive to holding up at the point of attack. Possesses unbelievable weight-room strength (600 pound bench press) that translates well onto the football field due to his use of leverage and surprisingly good technique considering the fact that he's a relative neophyte who only took up the game at age 15 and has played just four seasons of football in the United States. Has improved his use of hands over his two seasons at Alabama and has developed into a cognitive defender capable of reading the action, shedding the block with heavy, active hands and making the tackle in the hole. Has the length to play outside as a five-technique defensive end, a role in which he initially played during his junior season with the Tide before sliding inside to the nose as a senior. Good phone-booth quickness and plays hard, competing to the whistle. Also served as Alabama's short-yardage fullback in 2012, a testament to his power and aggression. An ascending talent with passion and work ethic to improve. I love this kid and in two years he will be awesome.
2-28: OLB Trevardo Williams 6-1 241
Sixth best 40 time of the OLB with a 4.57 and the strongest with 30 reps. Note - Stock rising. Williams, a Second Team selection a year ago, totaled a team-high 11.5 sacks and led the league with 0.96 sacks per game. He finished his four year career at UConn as the all-time leaders in sacks with 30.5. Williams was also third on the team with 13.5 tackles for loss and ranked tied for fourth in the BIG EAST with 1.12 per game. - Connecticut football Williams emerged as one of the nation's most feared pass rushers last season, registering 12.5 sacks, including nine in the final five games. With 12.5 sacks over 12 games last season, Williams joined Houston Texans' first round pick Whitney Mercilus in being one of only two players in the FBS to average more than a sack per game. As for the nagh sayers, the Broncos are looking to draft an OLB early in the Draft. Projected Round for Williams is 2-3.
3-28: OG Brian Winters 6-4 320
No results posted but every team has intrest in him, will not go past the 4th round. Stock Rising. Broncos love this kid.
4-28: DE Cornelius Washington 6-4 265
Number one in clocked 40 time, 4.55, and 2nd with 36 reps. Stock rising. Washington, a versatile pass rusher who turned heads at the Senior Bowl and this past week in Indianapolis. At 6-4 and 265 pounds, he was one of the top performers among several drills, including the 40-yard dash (4.55), bench press (36 reps), vertical leap (39 inches) and broad jump (10-8). Miscast as a down-lineman in the Georgia's three-man front, Washington registered just a half sack as a senior in 2012 and was used to occupy blocks, freeing up room for Jones and the other Bulldog pass rushers. But Washington has the athleticism to be a handful for blockers in his own right. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com) Good size and has done a nice job filling out his frame, adding 40+ pounds since high school. Very good length (34? arms) to extend and jolt. Closes quickly with natural burst and a quick first step to accelerate in a flash. Has some range to make plays away from the line of scrimmage with good straight-line speed. Experience standing up at linebacker and rushing from a 3-point stance. Can hold his own at the point and does a nice job getting underneath the pads of blocks to bully. Vocal leader. Personally i see him as our next Doom, well in two years. Projected round 4-5.
5-28: RB Zac Stacy 5-9 216
Eighth best clocked time of the running backs that weigh 210 lbs or more, and third with 27 reps. Stock is rising fast. PLAYERS TO WATCH: RB Zac Stacy was banged-up a bit at season's end but VU would like nothing more than to pound the physical running back at opponents 20-plus times a game. The 210-pounder gained 1,034 yards and averaged 5.4 yards per carry, becoming the only VU back to go over 1,000 yards in back-to-back seasons. He's the school's all-time leading rusher with 3,036 yards and also has the speed to go the distance: He set the school record with an 86-yard rush in Game 8, and then broke that with a 90-yard dash in the season finale. Compact build and runs with a good blend of toughness and power. Finishes runs and does a nice job staying on his feet as long as possible. Very good vision and feel as an inside runner with the forward lean to break tackles. Strong plant foot and does a nice job weaving through the defense. Experience on special teams as a return man. Productive resume and school's all-time leading rusher. Strong football character and team leader. Projected as a sixth round pick.
7-28: RB Knile Davis 5-11 227
First in both time and strength. Posted 4.37 40 and 31 reps. Stock rising. Another Mario Fannin but tons of upside. Let me know what you all think.