Rank Photo Player Pos Ht Wt 40 Time High School Commitment Comments
26 Alonzo Lawrence Alonzo Lawrence
DB 6'1" 187 4.43 Lucedale, MS George County Alabama Star of the Mississippi vs. Alabama All-Star Game where he shut down top-ranked WR Julio Jones.
27 T.J. Bryant T.J. Bryant
video link Watch Video
DB 6'0" 185 4.38 Tallahassee, FL Lincoln USC At his best when playing against the best, confident bordering on cocky, not great stats because everybody stays away from him.
28 Andrew Luck Andrew Luck
video link Watch Video
QB 6'3" 210 4.70 Houston, TX Stratford Stanford Major QB at the college level. Smarts, poise, vision and arm. Made great college choice for his future.
29 Sam McGuffie Sam McGuffie
video link Watch Video
RB 5'10" 180 4.30 Houston, TX Cy Fair Michigan Human-highlight film, most exciting player in the country, threat for big yards every touch.
30 Baker Steinkuhler Baker Steinkuhler
video link Watch Video
OL 6'5" 275 4.90 Lincoln, NE Southwest Nebraska Looks like college vet already, physically imposing two-way tackle, father won Outland Trophy.
31 Darius Fleming Darius Fleming
video link Watch Video
LB 6'3" 235 4.57 Chicago, IL St. Rita Notre Dame Proved to be outstanding pass rusher with exceptional pursuit. Could play OLB or DE.
32 Ryan Williams Ryan Williams
RB 5'10" 200 4.40 Manassas, VA Jackson Virginia Tech Big, strong and quick, he also played QB as a junior.
33 Tyron Smith Tyron Smith
video link Watch Video
OL 6'6" 265 4.70 Moreno Valley, CA Rancho Verde USC Terrific athlete with frame to get up to 300 while looking thin now at 265.
34 Brendon Beal Brendon Beal
video link Watch Video
LB 6'3" 236 4.55 Bethlehem, PA Liberty Florida Loves to play the game and loves to hit running backs. Best attitude of any LBs.
35 Steve Filer Steve Filer
video link Watch Video
LB 6'3" 220 4.55 Chicago, IL Mt. Carmel Notre Dame Sure-tackler, great frame and All-State three years in a row.
36 Aldarius Johnson Aldarius Johnson
video link Watch Video
WR 6'3" 205 4.40 Miami, FL Northwestern Miami Exceptionally productive (1300+ yards), great hands and body control.
37 Nick Perry Nick Perry
DE 6'4" 235 4.50 Detroit, MI King USC No. 1 prospect in state of Michigan. Set state record of 60 tackles for losses along with 36 sacks.
38 R.J. Washington R.J. Washington
video link Watch Video
DL 6'4" 230 4.59 Keller, TX Fossil Ridge Oklahoma Proved at All-American Bowl week to be best pass rusher in country. Exceptionally quick coming off the ball, has frame and athletic ability to play either DL or OLB.
39 Stephen Good Stephen Good
video link Watch Video
OL 6'6" 290 5.00 Paris, TX Oklahoma As good as any OL in country, great attitude and size.
40 Blaine Gabbert Blaine Gabbert
video link Watch Video
QB 6'5" 226 4.58 Ballwin, MO Parkway West Missouri May be the most complete QB in the country. Gifted passer with surprising speed. De-committed from Nebraska.
41 Omar Hunter Omar Hunter
video link Watch Video
DL 6'2" 295 4.72 Buford, GA Florida Nation's No. 1 nose guard prospect. Exceptional quickness for his size, great balance and enough quickness to pressure QBs.
42 D.J. Shoemate D.J. Shoemate
video link Watch Video
WR 6'1" 208 4.50 Anaheim, CA Servite USC Missed entire junior year but showed enough to be considered one of most dominant offensive forces in state.
43 Lamaar Thomas Lamaar Thomas
video link Watch Video
RB 5'11" 180 4.40 Fort Washington, MD Friendly Ohio State Jumps from No. 88 after great All-American week. Explosive is his middle name, Flash is his nickname. Great vision, balance and strength for a little guy.
44 Brandon Smith Brandon Smith
video link Watch Video
DB 6'3" 210 4.50 New Brunswick, N.J. Michigan The equal of No. 15 Will Hill on the defensive side. Physical with the cover skills to be a threat.
45 Brice Butler Brice Butler
video link Watch Video
WR 6'3" 187 4.50 Norcross, GA USC Great hands, speed, size and body control. Father played for Atlanta Falcons.
46 DeAngelo Tyson DeAngelo Tyson
video link Watch Video
DL 6'2" 290 5.00 Statesboro, GA Georgia Always takes up two or three blockers, good initial quickness and excels at stopping the run.
47 Landry Jones Landry Jones
video link Watch Video
QB 6'5" 210 4.70 Artesia, NM Oklahoma Cannon for an arm and good QB instincts. May be best to come out of New Mexico since Brian Urlacher.
48 Boubacar Cissoko Boubacar Cissoko
video link Watch Video
DB 5'9" 175 4.40 Detroit, MI Cass Tech Michigan Dominated the U.S. Army Combine as a junior and showed he can hang with the bigs at All-American Bowl. Wouldn't know he isn't a six-footer based on play.
49 Tyler Love Tyler Love
video link Watch Video
OL 6'8" 275 5.10 Mountain Brook, AL Alabama Ideal size, speed and strength to become a dominating LT.
50 Etienne Sabino Etienne Sabino
LB 6'3" 230 4.60 Miami, FL Krop Ohio State Came out of nowhere in March and a popular film among college coaches. Big, physical and fast.
Print Printer-friendly format