Max Starks is a big-bodied, powerful lineman who made the move from right to left tackle last year. While Starks did an admirable job for the Gators, his home in the NFL is on the strongside and he'll be playing right guard as a senior. A big campaign and solid pre-draft workouts could move him into the top forty-five.
Guard Shannon Snell likes to talk a lot but also backs it up with solid play. A dominant run blocker, he's best in confined quarters and can only be used in a limited number of blocking schemes.
Ran Carthon takes over the ball handling duties and, though a nice back on the college level, has no outstanding single skill for the pro game. He's neither strong for the inside nor fast enough to run outside of tackle.
Carlos Perez could catch on as a fourth receiver at the next level.
On defense the talent is not much better. Senior Bobby McRay is a solid pass rusher but a tall, angular lineman that has trouble against the run. He looks to have some growth potential, which must be met.
Were there one prospect that could break into the early part of round one it would be corner Keiwan Ratliff, a player that will also see plenty of action at receiver this year. Ratliff is a solid cover corner, best backed-off the line and a defensive back with good ball skills.
Safety Guss Scott has a good head for the position and always makes positive plays but is neither explosive nor shows the top playing speed. Defensive tackle Mo Mitchell has a good degree of upside.