This smooth junior receiver developed nicely over the 2007 season and has interesting skills. After many changes in the Michigan offensive philosophy, he decided to enter the NFL. He is a good prospect with definite upside as a pro if he improves his overall game.
This prospect began his college career at Tennessee but was dismissed from the team for repeated offenses after two seasons. He has fine talent with size, speed and leaping ability. He could be one of the top boom or bust prospects in this draft class.
This fast junior wideout set several SEC records and has the ability to be a legitimate deep threat as a pro. He will challenge for the top spot at the position with a strong postseason - especially with good time in the 40-yard dash.
This tough tailback has been productive this fall – especially late. However, he may be surprised to find out that he likely won't be a first-round pick if he declares in January. He is a talented runner with a NFL starting grade.
A nimble tackle, Collins was a key component in Kansas' surprising season. He has fine pro potential. Collins would have benefited from another season to refine his skills, but has opted to joing the pro ranks now.
A young, developing left tackle, Dunbar had an outstanding 2007 season in which he did not allow a sack. However, he needs further development to be ready to handle NFL speed rushers. He will need some time as a backup to refine his skills.
This explosive outside defender came on strong over the 2007 season to rank with the nation's top ends. He had impressive games against top talent, and should be an elite defensive prospect this April.
Guion is an athletic junior tackle who started eight games this season. He flashed some playmaking ability that will warrant interest from NFL clubs. Guion would have benefited from another season of development.
This big, athletic wideout is one of the key reasons Indiana made it to a bowl game. Hardy has developed nicely over this season. He will be one of the first receivers selected in April, and could go in the late first/early second round area.
This fast junior wideout/returner can be a difference-maker every time he touches the ball. Despite a very average 2007 season, he will be one of the premier receivers in this class. He carries a first-round grade.
This big-play wideout has fine skills and has been a productive player for the Sooners. Though he would benefit from another season of development in college, he is a blue-chip prospect with a first round grade.
This explosive junior is a tackling machine. He has been a dominant performer in the Big 12 this season. Lofton has a chance to be a premier pro prospect. He could still use some development, but may be a good workout player.
This fast junior linebacker declared after an outstanding 2007 season in which he led the SEC in tackles. He has sideline-to-sideline speed and good instincts. His presence improves an average group at this position
This blue-chip feature back is probably the best player in the NFL Draft. He has all the skills necessary to be a success in the pros. He has a strong chance to make an immediate impact in the right setting.
This mobile middle linebacker has started less than two seasons for the suspect UL defense. He is a fierce hitter who can cause turnovers, but he has only average instincts and is limited in pass coverage.
This huge guard was a two-year starter who displayed the physical skills to play in the NFL. However, his level of development may keep him on the bench as a pro because he needs more time to fine-tune his skills.
Compact, strong tailback has been a workhorse for the Rutgers club the past three seasons to rank among the nation's leaders. He had little left to prove at Rutgers, and moves on to the pros after another huge performance in bowl victory.
This wide-bodied tackle can stack the middle and has shown the explosiveness necessary to make plays in the backfield. He was only a one year starter for the Tigers, which leaves questions about his level of development
Rare 2,000-yard rusher has natural running skills and a high level of development - which made him reverse his earlier decision to stay in school. He received a top-50 grade from the advisory committee, and he could land in the first round with a strong postseason.
Blue chip athlete has rare triangle numbers for the corner and the size and instincts to play the free safety position. He needs his position defined, but is a defender with all the tools to succeed as a pro. He should be a solid first-round selection.
This powerfully built back is big and has breakaway speed - a rare combination for the position. He will have to prove his durability in the NFL, but he has the package to be an elite pro feature back.
A big receiver, Urrutia struggled through an erratic season. He must impress in the offseason to be more than a second-day selection.
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