Receiver Jason Anderson is a tall, consistent pass catcher that shows a penchant for the big play. A solid athlete, Anderson quickly gets off the line of scrimmage and displays good football smarts with the ability to make the difficult catch in traffic. Not a burner or deep threat, he is a solid possession receiver must get physically stronger to beat the jam at the next level. Anderson has solid first day potential going into next year's draft. Center Blake Lingruen is a competitive blocker on the pivot and a lineman that goes hard until the whistle blows. Though a good position blocker with excellent hand punch, Lingruen lacks top footwork and the ability to play in space.
Wake as a pair of senior cornerbacks NFL scouts are watching. Eric King is a solid cover man with top footwork, explosion and playing speed. Though he possesses adequate size King comes up short defending the run and would be better served playing in a zone system at the next level. A good senior campaign coupled with solid showings in the off-season could push him into the draft's first day. Teammate Marcus McGruder is another corner who flashes cover skills and a definite prospect for next April's later rounds.