The quick footed giant has transformed himself into one of the elite tackles in the country. He displays athleticism rarely seen from offensive tackles who compete on Saturday afternoons.
Toughness may be the best way to describe what Jaili Brown brings to the table for the Buffaloes. He is well on his way to a long career in the NFL.
Murray (#7 pictured above) may have taken a step back in 2009 in the running department after a very productive 2008 season. He continued to be a key factor in the team's passing game (see above) and brings the necessary size, soft hands and explosiveness to be one of the best all-purpose threats in the Big 12 in 2010.
Matthews does not have the prototypical range you'd like from a center, but wins enough phone booth battles and is competitive enough to warrant looks late in this year's draft.
Lake (#21 pictured above) has been one of the most dependable and productive players in not only the Big 12 over his career, but in the history of the Baylor Bears' program. Former Bear safeties such as Thomas Everett would be proud of the tradition he has maintained at the position.
The 6-foot-4, 300-pound Hall struggled quite a bit in 2009, ending the season on a sour note, with back to back subpar performances. The talent that was on display seemed to miss some of the same passion and fluidity in '09. Hall has decided to go into ministry full time and didn't work out at Texas' Pro Day on March 31st.
Robinson's combination of athleticism and playmaking ability have served the Oklahoma State program well since taking over for former starter Bobby Reid. His mechanics are underrated and he could be a sleeper in this year's draft class at the position.
Baston has been one of the staples along the Missouri defensive front over the course of his career, often creating All-American LB Sean Weatherspoon lanes to operate. He has fared well this postseason and could be a candidate as a shaded one technique at the next level.
Banks' athleticism belies his small stature very well and he's one of those players who plays bigger than his size. His ability as a natural receiver shows up most in his ability to catch the football in traffic and take the punishment.
Hickman's road to the NFL won't be as a road grader, but he can make the transition if put into the right system. He won't ever be able to hold up if locked up on a physical nose tackle without help, but will be able to survive if uncovered.