|OL Jonathan Luigs |
Luigs (6-foot-4, 301 pounds) is athletic, has a good burst off the snap and adjusts well during the play. Although he hopes to be drafted by a team close to his home, blocking for LT would be a great consolation.
"I think it would be great," Luigs said. "I know he's a first-class teammate. He has had a great career so far, so to go and learn from him and see how he carries himself would be a good opportunity."
|OL Kraig Urbik |
"It would be great to block for a guy like that," Urbik said. "It would make it a lot easier because he makes so many guys miss. It wouldn't be as difficult as blocking for someone else. The guy has a lot of talent; it would be a lot of fun."
Urbik (6-foot-5, 328 pounds) is strong and anchors well. He has experience at multiple positions and hopes that will translate to the next level.
"[The team that drafts me is] going to get a tough, physical player who loves to play the game," he said.
|DL B.J. Raji |
Raji (6-foot-2, 337 pounds) believes he will be an asset to the team that drafts him, regardless of defensive scheme. He appears to be a long-shot to fall to the Chargers at No. 15, but if he slides that far, sharing a field with Shawne Merriman would help soften the blow.
"Obviously, I would be honored to play alongside a Pro Bowl player like [Merriman]," he said. "It would make the game a lot easier for me."
|RB Eric Kettani (L) |
Kettani (6-foot-1, 233 pounds) has good speed for his size, protects the ball and can be elusive in space. He is a versatile player and believes he has a lot to offer the team that drafts him.
"I am a versatile player; I can play fullback and running back at the same time. I can be a lead blocker, as well," he said.