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Show/Hide Player Comments 1st (32nd) 43DE Lorenzo Mauldin Louisville Sr 6'3 3/4" 243 lbs. 4.73

Analysis: Most have Mauldin in the second round, but hard to beleive he's on the board for the Patriots 2nd pick. Patriots need depth at OLB, with Mayo's rehab taking him into the season before he can go. Mayo also has a big contract which will have to be reworked, so there maybe a question if he is a salary cap issue.

Lorenzo Mauldin vs Kentucky 2013
Lorenzo Mauldin Tribute 9/27/2012
Lorenzo Mauldin vs Virginia 2014

Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (32nd) 34DE Henry Anderson Stanford rSr 6'5 1/4" 295 lbs. 4.88

Analysis: Patriots need depth behind Nickovich who played 92% of the snaps. Anderson is a smart, sound prospect who I think is a great fit for the Patriots. Again maybe early here, but unlikely he lasts till the Patriots 3d pick.

Henry Anderson Interview 3/4/2014
Henry Anderson High School Highlights
Henry Anderson Interview 11/5/2013

Show/Hide Player Comments 3rd NT Xavier Williams Northern Iowa rSr 6'3 1/4" 309 lbs. 5.18

Analysis: With the loss of CB Talib as free agent to Denver, the Patriots should get a Compensitory pick. Wilfork may not be back next year, as his contract has a big hit to the Patriots salary cap. Williams is a great prospect, much quicker than Wilfork.

Xavier Williams Interview 10/14/2013
Xavier Williams sack vs SDSDSU 2014
Xavier Williams Tribute 9/15/2014

Show/Hide Player Comments 3rd (32nd) OC B.J. Finney Kansas St. rSr 6'3 1/4" 303 lbs. 5.18

Analysis: Another strong prospect who just plain fits what the Patriots do with thier Oline. A smart, walk-on player who led the country in games played. Very sound fundimentals, great prosect at OG or OC.

B.J. Finney Interview 10/14/2013
B.J. Finney Interview 10/9/2012
B.J. Finney Interview 7/25/2014

Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (2nd) OG Ali Marpet Hobart Sr 6'3 7/8" 307 lbs. 4.96

Analysis: A great looking prospect from a smaller program. It is very likely OG Dan Connolly retires after 11 years and a number of concussion's. Connolly also has a larger contract, that is up for renewal.

Ali Marpet High School Highlights
Ali Marpet Interview 1/21/2015

Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (32nd) 34OLB Davis Tull Tennessee-Chattanooga rSr 6'2 1/4" 242 lbs. 4.59

Analysis: Davis Tull is a great prospect who played mostly DE for a smaller program, but is very quick, and has great size. I think this guy is another Patriot "fit" guy who plays speial teams, with a high motor. A walk-on at Tennessee-Chattanooga, he showed Vic Beasley type abilities.

Davis Tull 2009 High School Highlights
Davis Tull Interview 3/13/2014
Davis Tull Sophomore Highlights

Show/Hide Player Comments 6th (2nd) WR Kenny Bell Nebraska rSr 6'0 5/8" 185 lbs. 4.55

Analysis: Bell is a real sleeper in this years WR class. He maybe the best blocking WR in college football, who runs nice routes, with great hands. Nebraska is known far more for it's running attack, and Bell is a great looking prospect.

Kenny Bell Interview 10/25/2014
Kenny Bell Interview 12/28/2014
Kenny Bell Interview 7/11/2013

Show/Hide Player Comments 7th (2nd) QB Devin Gardner Michigan rSr 6'3 1/2" 212 lbs. 4.54

Analysis: A good prospect that is better at WR than QB. With his size at 6'4" 215 and a much better 40 time than his college program gives him credit for, he looks to have a great up-side!

Big Man On Campus: Devin Gardner @DG1Two
Devin Gardner vs Notre Dame 2013
Devin Gardner - fall camp 2013

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