This one might not be in the right forum, but I wanted to list some guys for those of you who are draftniks to watch tomorrow. We can kick around what we thought of their perfomance after the games on this thread if you want. Western Michigan vs. Michigan State - 11 AM / ESPN2 Greg Jones, LB, Michigan State #53 (2nd Round) Very productive, smart football player who reads quickly and is willing to mix it up. Reminds me a little bit of DeMeco Ryans in that he plays bigger than his size would indicate. At 6'1/235, he isn't considered a big enough player to warrant first round consideration as a linebacker, but he's a leader on the field and should be a solid pro. Oregon State vs. TCU - 6:45 / ESPN Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State #54 (1st Round) If you've never seen him play, you won't have to look for him very long because he will jump off the screen at you. It is very rare to see a 300 pound defensive tackle who combines strength and quickness in a frame with very little body fat. Paea plays with tremendous leverage and strength and when he gets under the offensive lineman's pads, it is over. He is effective at splitting double teams and and is very quick off the snap. He's not a massive defensive tackle at 6'2/300, but he plays with the strength of a 325 pound player. Marcus Cannon, RT, TCU (4th Rounder) Cannon is a huge man at 6'5/350 and he is a very powerful run blocker. Unfortunately for Cannon, he doesn't have great quickness in pass protection as it pertains to the next level so he will probably have to play guard. Because Cannon has limited quickness (he's not brutally slow, but he's not quick either), he will be limited on how many teams are willing to look at him as an interior lineman so that will hurt him in terms of his draft positioning. Cannon should be able to maul Oregon State's DEs for most of the night, but let's see how he handles their pass rush. Boise State vs. Virginia Tech - 7 PM (Monday) / ESPN Blake DeChristopher, RT, Virginia Tech #62 (1st/2nd Round) DeChristoper is very well-schooled as a pass protector and in the run blocking game. Watch how nice and fluid his kick-step is in his pass protection. As a run blocker, DeChristoper is asked to be able to get to the backside LB on run plays away from him and he is able to do it with his cut blocking. We'll see if teams project him as being able to play left tackle because that would bump his draft stock.