|2nd (35th)||34OLB||Courtney Upshaw||Alabama||Sr||6'1 1/2"||272 lbs.||4.76|
|2nd (60th)||WR||Rueben Randle||LSU||Jr||6'2 3/4"||210 lbs.||4.55|
Analysis: Randle provides speed and another vertical threat opposite of Torrey Smith.
|3rd (84th)||HB||Bernard Pierce||Temple||Jr||5'11 3/4"||218 lbs.||4.49|
|4th (98th)||OG||Gino Gradkowski||Delaware||rSr||6'2 3/4"||300 lbs.||5.28|
|4th (130th)||43DE||Malik Jackson||Tennessee||Sr||6'4 5/8"||284 lbs.||4.91|
Analysis: Jackson is a versatile player who can play DE or kick inside to DT on passing downs. He adds more pass-rush ability to a defensive line that is young and talented.
|5th (169th)||CB||Asa Jackson||Cal Poly||Sr||5'9 7/8"||191 lbs.||4.49|
|6th (198th)||OT||Brandon Washington||Miami (FL)||Jr||6'3 1/8"||320 lbs.||5.25|
Analysis: Washington provides depth along the Oline and will compete for the starting LG position along with Gradkowski and Reid.
|7th (236th)||FS||Janzen Jackson||McNeese St.||Jr||5'11 1/2"||188 lbs.||4.64|
Analysis: Janzen Jackson flashed rare talent before being dismissed from Tennessee. Off the field concerns saw him drop off draft-boards, but his ability to cover ground and make plays on the ball are hard to ignore. Tutelage under the great Ed Reed could turn this prospect into a potential star.
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HB Le'Veon Bell - Michigan St.
OC Barrett Jones - Alabama
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OG Chance Warmack - Alabama
WR Tavon Austin - West Virginia
HB Dennis Johnson - Arkansas
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