Billy Irwin/C/58/5Sr: Explosive, hard working lineman best in confined quarters.Tyler King/DT/52/5Sr: Solid athlete who with decent upside for the next level. Suffered an injury early in the season and presently sidelined. Unable to improve his draft stock as a senior as was hoped and expected.
Ryan Krug/T/73/5Sr: Collegiate tackle that also projects to guard at the next level. Solid positional blocker effective in pass protection.Maurice Lloyd/OLB/11/4Sr: Quick underrated linebacker with good size and speed for the weak side. Active and makes plays in any direction of the field.
Brian Markowski/G/54/5Sr: Tough, grind it out blocker best in confined quarters.Dan Orlovsky/QB/7/5Sr: Terrific leader with the physical skills and arm strength to play at the next level. Patient passer always in control of the situation. Post season results and pre-draft workouts will go along way in dictating is a final draft position but a likely top 60 selection.
Justin Perkins/CB/2/5Sr: Competent collegiate cornerback who must make his mark on special teams at the next level.Grant Preston/T/78/4Jr: Nice sized junior blocker with a good amount of upside the next level. Effective in both pass protection and as a run blocker. Patrick Body/S/11/4Sr: Solid athlete who lacks the pure instincts to play center field.
Andrew Clarke/TE/89/5Sr: Highly ranked tight end that suffered a season ending injury very early in the 2004 campaign. Good blocker with poor playing speed.Chris Holmes/TE/81/5Sr: Solid pass catching tight end with marginal size\speed numbers. Gets minimal results as a blocker or downfield receiver.
Nick Kaczur/T/68/4Sr: Big, powerful left tackle who projects to the strong side at the next level. Possesses the skills and abilities to start as a rookie and be a productive NFL blocker for the next decade if he decides he wants it.Lance Moore/WR/1/4Sr: Super productive receiver who also excels as a return specialist. Late round draft pick with the abilities to surprise at the next level.