San Diego Chargers FS Eric Weddle (#32 pictured with ball)
LaQuinton Evans WR Southern
One of the SWAC's fastest WRs, Evans looks to blaze a path to the NFL.
Brandon Thompson has been a disruptive force since stepping into the Tigers starting lineup. Now, he will be called on to make the same impact once his name is called on draft day. Thompson will look to follow players such as Da’Quan Bowers, Jarvis Jenkins, Ricky Sapp, and potential 1st or 2nd rounder Andre Branch as former Clemson defensive linemen to be drafted in the last three years.
After recording a career-high 64 receptions for 1,161 yards and 5 TDs in 2011, UCLA's Nelson Rosario, pictured, finished his four-year stint for the Bruins with a 16.2 yards/catch average. Find out what separates the 6'5 1/2", 230-pound Westwood product from the other wideouts in this year's draft in our video spotlight.
No player has risen up DraftNasty's Big Board more than San Jose State CB Peyton Thompson in the last month. Standing 5'11, 183 pounds, Thompson's San Jose State Pro Day (4.4 40-yd, 10'9" BJ, 37" VJ) largely went under the radar, but the former Spartan's game film tells the true story. He looks to follow in the footsteps of former San Jose State CB Dwight Lowery, who's gotten off to a solid start in the NFL with two different teams (Jets, Jaguars). We breakdown Thompson's game in our video spotlight.
Due to a pending season-long suspension, Syracuse safety Phillip Thomas opted to leave early for the 2012 NFL Draft. The former Orangeman standout led the Big East with six interceptions in 2011 during a breakout junior campaign.
Chase Ford looks to embark on the tradition of becoming the next Miami Hurricanes' tight end to make an impact in the NFL. The former JUCO All-American did not have a productive career at Miami, but has upside as a pass catching threat at the next level.