5. Mark Barron (Tampa Bay Buccaneers, SS)
Mark didn’t perform at the combine, but his college career does most the talking. Barron is known for his hard hits and leadership. Tampa is rolling back to their Super Bowl days creating a tenacious defense. His high motor will compliment Ronde Barber’s smarts in the secondary. Off the field concerns continue to be an issue. Schiano must keep a tight leash on his young players.
4. Trent Richardson (Cleveland Browns, RB)
Cleveland has finally found their feature back. Jamal Lewis and Peyton Hillis are but a distant memory. Trent is a hard nosed runner with quick feet. With the proper coaching Richardson can mirror a similar rookie campaign to one Adrian Peterson. A plaguing knee injury might keep him out of the opener. Get to church Browns fans.
3. Justin Blackmon (Jacksonville Jaguars, WR)
Justin was put in a great position to succeed. He will be the starter from day one offering second year quarterback Blaine Gabbert a star quality receive...