Jalen Carter

Carter is highly adept at working the edges of offensive linemen. He has every tool in the box, including an explosive first step, torso flexibility, long arms and powerful hands to emerge as a top-tier interior pass-rusher early in his career. He rarely gets stalemated one-on-one, and he's strong enough to hold the point against some double-teams defending the run. He also shows good range once he disengages and pursues.

DT6'3", 314lbs Georgia

Nolan Smith

Smith's take-off speed, change-of-direction skills and closing burst jump off the tape. He tries to win with speed too much and lacks some polish, but he has an effective stop-start move that gets offensive tackles off-balance. He has a high ceiling as a pass-rusher. He's a disruptive run defender who creates havoc with his ability to get in the backfield and shows excellent range in pursuit. He makes up for his lack of size with leverage and hand placement.
LB6'2", 238lbs Georgia

Tyler Steen

Steen is a collegiate offensive tackle who will likely move to guard in the NFL. He gets good initial pop and shows good range as a run blocker. As a pass blocker, he plays with balance and changes directions well, and his shorter arms won't be as much of a concern if he kicks inside.
OT6'6", 321lbs Alabama

Sydney Brown

Brown also plays high and lines up over the slot, but he's at his best playing in the box, where he frequently lined up at Illinois. His instincts, quickness and motor make him a competitive run defender playing at that level. Brown is a ball magnet who reads the quarterback, plucks the ball out of the air and flashes the ability to locate the ball while running with tight ends downfield.
DB5'10", 211lbs Illinois

Kelee Ringo

Ringo is a tall press-man corner with excellent speed who matches up well with bigger wide receivers. He can locate the ball and pluck it out of the air. He does a great job of contesting jump balls and batting down passes without forcing contact. He has tight hips, however, which leads to redirection slowness. His lack of change-of-direction quickness allows for too much separation at times. In run support, Ringo is physical -- he keeps blockers off his frame and lassos ball carriers in space.
CB6'2", 207lbs Georgia

Tanner Mckee

McKee is a tall pocket passer with the arm strength to drive the ball. He shows the ability to pound the strike zone working against zone looks, lead receivers to yards after the catch and give his receivers chances to make 50-50 plays downfield. McKee gets through his progressions and locates his checkdowns given time.
QB6'6", 231lbs Stanford

Moro Ojomo

Ojomo is a long and versatile player who can line up anywhere along the defensive line. He has the strength to set the edge, and his footspeed makes it difficult for backside offensive linemen to reach him on zone runs when he lines up between the tackles. Ojomo flashes an effective long arm and the ability to walk offensive tackles back as an edge rusher. He has some upside as an interior pass-rusher, too.
DE6'3", 292lbs Texas