Stephon Tuitt and DaQuan Jones may not be the second coming of Seymour and Wilfork but they'll bring youth, power, enthusiasm and talent to a young man's game. Wilfork might not play well or for long. I don't care if pressure comes from the outside or inside as long as they generate more of it this year and these two will help. They can find the room.
1.DE/DT Stephon Tuitt : Big strong versatile player they can move along the line-has the Brian Baldinger seal of approval and I respect his evaluation.
2. OT/OG Jack Mewhort - Team captain under Urban Meyer which is almost as good as playing for Rutgers...anyway as I was saying...A tough, fiery competitor. Has good size, strength, awareness and the hands to handle the pass rush.
3. DT DaQuan Jones: If he's still there I'd take him. He's big and powerful with enough athleticism to cause problems in the gap. IMO..he's a potential force inside.
4a. WR Brandon Coleman- He has the size and ability to be a weapon in the red zone offense but needs refining. Played for Rutgers...what else does he need on his resume?
4b. OT/OG Michael Schofield - The other Michigan OT that opened eyes with a very good Senior Bowl week
6a. QB/TE Logan Thomas - I'd take a shot with him here if he's on the board - he could be a gifted TE if he can't play QB.
6b. SS Vinnie Sunseri A coach-on-the-field safety. Bigger and more physical than Jim Leonhard and Steve Gregory but with a similar brain for the game.
7. TE Rashaun Allen - A no-name player on the rise after putting up very good numbers at his Pro day and showing good hands.