Pick Team Player Pos. School HT WT 40 Time
17. Cincinnati f/Oakland Stephon Gilmore DC South Carolina 6004 190 4.38
Good size, athletic ability, loose hips, good in transition, physical in run support..all the tools to start as a rookie and less baggage than other corners..
18. San Diego Nick Perry* DE USC 6026 271 4.59
Perry is a high motor, flash edge player with excellent quickness. He gave Stanford’s Jonathan Martin a battle in the overtime game. Perry had 9 ½ sacks and 13 tackles for loss, totaling 54 tackles. The Chargers need a pass rush.
19. Chicago Devon Still DT Penn State 6047 303 5.01
Still is the Big 10 Defensive lineman of the year. gets push up inside. The Bears need a DT that is active in the interior.
20. Tennessee Courtney Upshaw OB/DE Alabama 6015 271 4.79
Upshaw is a big physical tough football player. A playmaker who is aware and instinctive. He can turn speed to power. Has the talent. May be a 4-3 left run stuffing end.
21. Cincinnati Dre Kirkpatrick* DC Alabama 6015 186 4.54
Kirkpatrick is Alabama’s cover corner and has started 24 games. In 2011 he has 9 pass breakups and two forced fumbles. A linear corner with good ball skills.The Bengals may consider drafting TWO corners in the 1st round and move Kirkpatrick to safety.
22. Cleveland Mike Adams OT Ohio State 6072 323 5.34
Mike Adams moves from LOT to ROT if available.He is a zone blocking tackle.
He missed the first five games but when he returned, his footwork was smooth in pass protection and on combo blocks. Demonstrates good awareness and mobility on blitz pickup. Works to finish.SENIOR BOWL NOTES: 6070, 323, hands 11”, arms 33 ¾”, wingspan 82 ½”. Had a good week of practice and was one of the most dominant linemen on either side of the ball in the game. Patient in pass protection.Lets the defender come to him. The rangy tackle plays with good knee bend, base, and balance. Good flexibility for a big man. Redirects and stays square with the ability to mirror a pass rusher. Light feet and finish ability. Competed well against every end including Upshaw and Ingram.
23. Detroit Cordy Glenn OT Georgia 6056 345 5.06
Glenn played left tackle in 2011 but has experience at right and left guard. An athlete with good initial quickness and body control. Plays with good base and balance.SENIOR BOWL NOTES: 6054, 346, hands 10”, arms 35 1/8”,wing span 84 5/8”. Had a dominant week of practice and showed his versatility playing left guard and both tackle positions. A big man who can pull and be productive in space. Good angles and feet to seal linebackers on the second level. Powerful and mobile with good balance.
24. Pittsburgh Melvin Ingram OLB South Carolina 6014 264 4.74
Collected 13.5 tackles for loss and 8.5 sacks. He also intercepted two passes, was credited with six quarterback hurries and scored three touchdowns, including a 68-yard run on a fake punt in the Gamecocks' win at Georgia.A player without a position.Had a good week of practice beating blockers in one-on-one competition, but in the game he did not make one sack, tackle, batted pass, etc. His arm length of 30 ½” is major concern. He struggled to disengage from the best pass protectors. He is explosive, quick, and athletic. He looks like a 3-4 rush end, a spot that was unavailable in the Senior Bowl Game because of the rules. Another toy for Dick LeBeau.
25. Denver Dontari Poe DT/NT Memphis 6034 346 4.93
In three years Poe accounted for 101 tackles, 21.5 TFL,5 sacks,4 PBU, 4 FF against a fringe level of competition. Talented athlete. But lacks the quick twitch of great D-Linemen. Will only be limited by his will to succeed in the NFL.Fills a major need for the Broncos
26. Houston Stephen Hill WR Georgia Tech 6040 215 4.31
A big and fast receiver to take the pressure off Andre Johnson. Kendall Wright is an option but bigger is better.
27. New England f/New Orleans Mark Barron SS Alabama 6010 213 4.55
Barron is a big time run enforcer. All opposing wide receivers know where he’s at when going across the middle. Sudden to get downhill when supporting the run. Good instincts to read and react quickly. Did not workout at the Combine due to double hernia surgery.
28. Green Bay Doug Martin RB Boise State 5092 223 4.46
Senior Bowl notes: Martin is a physical football player who would be an asset to any team. Physical runner who runs hard with good contact balance. A few notes on his game performance include a tackle on an interception, cut block that got Melvin Ingram on the ground, a downfield block on a touchdown run, broke tackles with his strong running style and returned kickoffs – enough said.Two-and-a-half year starter who saw playing time on defense as a sophomore and still scored 15 touchdowns when he moved back to offense. Will also contribute on all special teams’ coverage and return units. A physical runner who runs hard with good contact balance.
29. Baltimore Dont`a Hightower* IB Alabama 6022 265 4.62
Hightower, is a physical run stuffer with strength and ability to shed quickly at the point of attack. Played ILB in Bama's base 3-4 but would also rush off the edges on pass downs. We think Hightower is an ascending player just coming around to the inside run stuffer he was before his knee surgery 1 yr ago.
30. San Francisco Coby Fleener TE Stanford 6060 247 4.49
Fleener is a big target who is consistent as a motion and move tight end. Snatches the ball in his strong hands.Competes for the ball. Big and fast. Stephon Hill is another option. Fleener impressed his former coach with his speed at the Stanford pro day.
31. New England Kendall Reyes DE Connecticut 6041 299 4.84
Reyes is a big athletic defensive lineman. OLB Zach Brown is also a consideration. As is Peter Konz a OC/OG Also a trade down is a real possiblity
32. New York Peter Konz OC/OG Wisconsin 6050 314 5.20
The Giants could go several ways but they will take the Best Player Value on their board. Konz is the top center in the draft but can help several places on the OL. They may have VaTech RB David Wilson, Defensive linemen like Jerel Worthy, Lber Zach Brown are a couple of options