1.1) Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville His completion percentage has gone up every year from 64.5, to 68.5, to 71.0 this season. His Interceptions have gone down every season from 12, to 8, to 4. He takes care of the ball. He always keeps his eyes down field, feels pressure well, and slides around in the pocket to make his throw, not relying on tucking the ball and running. He shows up on the big stage, and delivers big game performances. Graduated early. 1.20) Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina Probably wont be popular around here. But my pick for the next great TE in the NFL. He will also become Teddy's best friend. Large man, broke Vernon Davis' record for most receiving yards by a TE in a single season. Big body to block out defenders and can make a killing down the middle of the field. 2.1) Traded Away 3.1) Traded Away 4.1) Quandre Diggs, CB, Texas We like taking DB's in the 4th. So I am going to DB-U and getting their best corner over the past 2 seasons. 35 starts for the Horns with 32 PBU and 8 interceptions. Also has the bloodlines for the NFL. 5.1) Kapri Bibbs, RB, Colorado State I really like this kids size. I have a hard time thinking he will be there in the 5th. But at the moment I see him in this range. Only the 3rd college football player to run for 30 or more touchdowns in a single season. Showed good vision in the bowl game I watched, and he can also wiggle through small holes to make big plays. 6.1) Jeremy Gallon, WR, Michigan Play maker. Go to guy when it is on the line. Clutch hands. Gets open. I bet he could be trusted to return punts as a rookie. 7.1) Zach Fulton, OL, Tennessee Experienced big boy. 3 year starter opening some big holes at RG. I'm pushing him out to compete for RT.