1) Dion Jordan, OLB, OREGON---6'6" 243 lbs
I love him. I'd trade up to get him if needed. Really good athlete. Has shown good coverage out in the slot, good pass rusher from inside and outside. Good in run support. Very long and uses his hands well. Probably a little stronger than he looks. Increases the athleticism of this defense.
2) Robert Lester, SS, BAMA---6'2" 210 lbs
Decent coverage skill, good in run support. Increases the athleticism of this defense. a bit bigger than our current safeties so he may do better against some of the TE's we have trouble with. Player that looks really good to me with room to grow. Would be a great addition to this defense.
3) Daniel McCullers, NT, Tennessee---6'6" 377lbs
Doesn't move like a 377 pound human being. Shows surprising burst off the ball. Will likely have to lose some weight to be effective in the NFL for more than 1 or 2 plays at a time. But the guy looks really good from what I've watched. A specimen for sure.
3) Sean Porter, OLB/ILB, TAMU---6'2" 230 lbs
Played OLB for A&M in their 34 a year ago. Haven't seen him much this year. But I think he has the skillset to play WILB in Wades Defense and can line up outside sometimes to rush if needed. 6'2 230 pounds with room to add a little weight. Good speed, good agility, good in space and shows a burst when getting to the football.
4) KenJon Barner, RB/KR---5'11" 190 lbs
Good Runner. Good Kick returner. Bolsters the RB position for the future and gives another KR/PR option. Very fast, good vision. Catches well.
5) Margus Hunt, DE, SMU---6'8" 275 lbs
Hunt, a 6-8, 275-pound monster from Estonia with 4.6 40 speed and incredible strength, hadn’t played football before arriving in Dallas. But he walked on as a freshman and made an immediate special-teams impact—he blocked seven kicks that season, one short of the NCAA record—and has developed into a nearly unstoppable defensive end.
Will probably rise after the combine...But I'd still look to grab him and let him learn behind the guys we have.