3. Jimmy Kennedy (Penn St. - 6-4 323 5.2)
"Grizzly Bear" tackle once weighed over 400 pounds. Now much leaner and meaner, Kennedy could operate in a way reminiscent of Sam Adams and Tony Siragusa.
Rose to prominence at Senior Bowl, has the flexibility, athleticism to morph between 3-4 end and 4-3 tackle.
Junior tackle may have most long-range potential of group and may have caught the eye of Patriots' Bill Belichick and Jets' Herman Edwards.
End's play slipped last fall, but uncanny first step elevates his grade despite lack of ideal size, run-stuffing skills.
ON THE CUSP
Had 15 sacks last fall and is known for his moves, technique and anticipation. Could use more power and closing speed.
8. William Joseph (Miami - 6-5 305 5.03)
Talented interior lineman has a reputation for taking downs off. Can perform at optimum level when properly motivated.
Fundamentally sound 'Husker end has intensity, motor, intelligence and leadership. Needs more bulk and functional strength.
Known for relentlessness, agility and could fit the bill as a 3-4 end. Production hasn't approached his prep All-American background.
BEST OF THE REST
Ty Warren (Texas A&M tackle); Calvin Pace (Wake Forest end); Tyler Brayton (Colorado end); Antwan Peek (Cincinnati end); Rien Long (Washington St. tackle); Dwayne White (Louisville end); Cory Redding (Texas end); Ian Scott (Florida tackle); Jarret Johnson (Alabama end); Kenny King (Alabama (end).