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1. Kyle Wilson CB Boise State
Wilson is gaining momentum here to be considered the best cover corner of this senior class and a potential first-round pick.
2. Morgan Burnett S Georgia Tech
Burnett's ability to play either safety position could make him a second-round pick.
3. Toby Gerhart RB Stanford
If Gerhart impresses the NFL with his times in the 40-yard dash, he will move up considerably. There is some question whether he would play tailback or fullback in the NFL, but he has never been a blocking back, so if he makes it in the pros, it will be as a tailback.
4. Sergio Render OG Virginia Tech
has been selected Second Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference for the 2009 college football season as voted on by the 40 members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.
5. Rod Muckelroy OLB Texas
has been selected All-Big 12 Conference Second Team for the 2009 college football season as voted on by the Big 12 coaches.
6. Cam Thomas DT North Carolina
Defensive tackle Cam Thomas (North Carolina) carried his 331 pounds well, although he did measure at a shade under 6-4. His strength at the point of attack stood out
6. Kenny Alfred OC Washington State
Kenny Alfred, Sr., Washington State, has been selected Second Team All-Pac-10 Conference for the 2009 college football season as voted on by the Pac-10 head football coaches. Alfred, as senior from Gig Harbor, Wash., was the undisputed leader of the Cougar offense, starting all 12 games this season, garnering WSU Offensive Player of the Week seven times. He was one of two offensive linemen to start each week and ended his career starting his final 29 games. A Rimington Award candidate each of the past three seasons signifying the nation's outstanding center, Alfred was also a Pac-10 All-Academic selection last month.
7. Dennis Rogan CB Tennessee
a versatile defensive back and return specialist from Knoxville, would have been a key piece for new head coach Derek Dooley's first UT defense. Generously listed at 5-foot-10, Rogan evolved into a solid defender who could play any spot in the secondary. He made decisive plays in several Volunteers' games the past three seasons.
My mock focus has gone from two RB's to grabbing up defensive backs while still filling what I feel are our problem areas (interior line, running back, defensive tackle). All of the blurbs on each player come from their page on cbs sportsline.
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