Brandon Brooks, G, Miami of Ohio: Brandon Brooks is a legitimate third-round prospect, so it was surprising that he wasn't invited to the Combine. Only one offensive lineman (Donald Stephenson) ran faster in the 40. That type of athleticism should solidify his Day 2 status. A large guard, Brooks will appeal to teams like the Bears, Cowboys, Chargers and Steelers.
Andrew Datko, OT, Florida State: Andrew Datko benched 20 reps of 225 at his Pro Day. This is important because he's coming off shoulder surgery.
Cordy Glenn, G, Georgia: Cordy Glenn didn't run at his Pro Day, but he looked good working out again. Sports Illustrated's Tony Pauline wrote that "there's a feeling in the scouting community that Glenn is headed into the top half of round one, possibly to the Dallas Cowboys."
Matt Kalil, OT, USC: Matt Kalil didn't run at his Pro Day, but he looked great in the drills. His arms were even an eighth longer than they were in Indianapolis.
David Molk, C, Michigan: David Molk didn't run or work out because of a foot injury.
Nate Potter, G/OT, Boise State: Nate Potter didn't run or work out because of a back injury.
While we greatly differ on prospect rankings, something that should be assumed this early in the process, I see great thought was put into each pick and they all make sense when looked at through your perspective on the players. Great job!
Out of sheer boredom and the upcoming NBA draft has gotten me itching to make a new mock draft. Of course the NFL draft is a whole lot less predictable than the NBA draft, but also provides more success stories than the NBA draft. Again, I used schedules to determine each team's records and if you get upset with me just remember it's June and a whole lot can change by next April.