Clive Walford, TE, 6'4' 258 lbs: Walford has had a dominant week. He might arguably be the draft's fastest riser as he consistently and decisively beat linebackers and safeties, most notably in 1-on-1 drills. Showcasing polished handwork to create separation, according to Draft Breakdown's Luke Easterling. He also displayed good athleticism in his release, which will him be an effective seam threat.
Phillip Dorsett, WR 5'9' 183 lbs : A candidate for fastest player at the combine, Dorsett can make cornerbacks look silly. While not the tallest, like Duke's Jamison Crowder, Dorsett plays big. Modelling himself after Antonio Brown and our very own Steve Smith, Dorsett plays alike, showing explosion out of his brakes and game changing speed. He did not get his due while playing at Miami. I would think growing pains at the quarterback postion are responsible. I personally believe him to be a superior prospect to Ohio St's Devin Smith.
Ladarius Gunter, CB 6'2' 200 lbs: The Canes' performances leave one to wonder how they only won six games. Gunter is a big cornerback but despite his size, he showed polished techinque and fluidity, per CBS' Dane Burgler. He has experience playing bail technique which could come handy in the heavy cover 3 and cover 4 Ravens defense. He also excelled in the 1-on-1 red zone drills, not surrendering a touchdown.
Owamagbe Odighizuwha, DE 6'3' 270 lbs: His versatility is his biggest asset as Odighizuwha could potentially be a Pernell Mcphee replacement. He anchors well against the run, and has the ability to rush from inside on passing downs. Easterling also reported the Ravens spending a long while talking to the UCLA end after practice. While he has a good get off, he maximizes its effectiveness excelling in transitioning the acquired speed to power, bull rushing tackles into quarterbacks.
Quinten Rollins, CB 5'11' 193 lbs: The former basketball player also had a nice week, showing confidence in man coverage. It was a question coming into the week and Rollins did enough to boost his stock into the second round and possibly into the first, per Burgler. He is very fluid, even if he understandably raw in the awareness department. The Mac defensive player of the year notched 7 interceptions, which evenditely shows his natural ability.
David Cobb, RB 5'11' 229 lbs: Cobb showcased his 3 down skill set; patient and efficient running, soft hands and solid pass blocking. Cobb could be overlooked because of the lack of "wow" factor in his game but he has the look of a solid, year one contributor who's style is a little reminiscent of Matt Forte's. As we know, a Matt Forte type back would perfectly fit into Marc Trestman's offense.
Other prospects to watch: Jamison Crowder, WR 5'8' 178 lbs, Sammie Coates, WR 6'2' 201 lbs, Senquez Golson, CB 5'9' 176 lbs, Nate Orchard, DE /OLB 6'3' 251 lbs, Markus Golden DE/OLB 6'2 255 lbs
Round 1: Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, Oklahoma. I know this is controversial. But I have this to say. Nobody in this draft, not Amari Cooper, and not Melvin Gordon could change the offense the way this man can. How long have we been asking for a guy like this? I think if the opportunity is here we have to take it (although with good interviews he could easily jump out of our range). If we get a WR that is huge, fast, has great hands, and great leaping ability, that just adds a whole new dimension to our offense.
Round 2: Jalen Collins, CB, LSU. Who else is tired of our CB's giving 10-yard cushions to WR's? I know for sure I am. Collins would be really helpful to have another tough press-man CB. He is 6'2" and has good speed. But if he has a good combine, he could easily skyrocket into the 1st round. And if we got him and Jimmy on the outside, that would be awesome. Two 6'2", fast CB's on the outside could push our defense up another notch.
Round 3: Markus Golden, OLB, Missouri. I am one who wants to take an OLB early on and groom him for when Suggs and Dumervil are gone. Golden has good size, speed, and is pro-ready. He should be able to get some solid time early on while learning the system
Round 4:Jeremy Langford, RB, Michigan State. Great as a balanced runner. He has good power, speed, vision, and he does good in two other things that people don't think about: pass protection and catching screens. It would be a good get in the 4th round.
Round 4 Comp: Ladarius Gunter, CB, Miami. I believe it is not unreasonable to go for another CB. First, Webb could be gone if he doesn't restructure (most likely a post-June 1 cut, as that would free up a lot more money) and it can never hurt to have another CB. A core of Gunter, Jimmy, Jalen Collins, Melvin, Webb, and/or somebody else we would sign/draft would be a great core to build off of.
Round 5 comp 1: E.J. Bibbs, TE, Iowa State. We can't expect a starting TE in round 5, but Bibbs could provide some decent depth and get some snaps.
Round 5 comp 2: Durell Eskridge, S, Syracuse. I don't think safety is as big of a need as some people make it out to be. Will Hill is a RFA, so I doubt he leaves. And also I'm expecting Terrence Brooks to play a much larger role next year. Jeromy Miles also wasn't horrible. And while I hope Elam doesn't play much, he is a former 1st round pick, so I expect he will also get a decent amount of snaps. Eskridge is a good run-supporter and most likely would be a SS in the future. The 40 time will be huge for his draft stock.
Round 6 (Dallas): Ray Drew, DL, Georgia. Good pick as DL depth late in the draft.
Round 7 (Miami): C.J. Olaniyan, LB, Penn State. Same as the last 3 picks, just depth. More LB depth doesn't hurt.