Our pick by pick draft capsules gives you the vital combine numbers along with a short synopsis of each draft pick's strengths and short comings. We will post each player's capsule shortly after they are picked!
1) RB Sammy Watkins, Clemson 6-1, 211, 4.39 - He's very fast with good acceleration. Has multiple gears and follows blocks well. Better than average ball catching skills. Can line up at any of the three receiver positions and has good patience before hitting his top gear. Physical runner after the catch. Jumps well with good body control. Good build but a bit lean and isn't as tall as you would like. Not a polished route runner yet but can learn that.
2) OT Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama 6-7, 322, 5.59 - Projects as a right tackle and is expected to contribute quickly. Aggressive, athletic, ad physical has all the tools. Solid in pass protection and run blocking. Worries about his knee after he tore his MCL and ACL his freshman year. Got clean bill of health by Dr. James Andrews. Has arthritis in the knee which cautioned some to a shortened career. Has long arms, massive frame that Doug Marrone likes.
3) ILB Preston Brown, Louisville 6-1, 251, 4.78 - Solid run stuffer played mostly in the middle but they feel he can play outside. Likely projects as a backup in the middle this year. Powerful with good instincts but doesn't have great range. Struggles in man coverage in the passing game. Motivated and well respected player. Can over pursue at times.
4) CB Ross Cockrell, Nevada 6-0, 191, 4.56 - He is very smart with excellent instincts and football awareness. Thin frame with small hands but plays physical and has good size. Reads the action quickly but doesn't have great downhill speed and isn't very fluid. Has good timing and quick hands when going up for the ball.
5) G Cyril Richardson, Baylor 6-5, 329, 5.36 - He is the big offensive lineman that they covet. Dominating drive blocker with incredible strength. Takes good angles and recovers well. Can't play outside and speedier players give him problems. Absorbs power rushers well. Inconsistent in game recognition and awareness. Played too heavy in 2013 but lost weight for his pro day.
7) OLB Randell Johnson, Florida Atlantic 6-3, 242, 4.75 - Team leader with good athleticism. Shows explosiveness and is a gym rat. Doesn't have many moves as a pass rusher. Doesn't have great instincts. Solid pro day. More suited for 3-4 so he's a developmental project.
7) OT Seantrel Henderson, Miami 6-7, 331, 5.04 - He has all the skills and was a top prospect out of college. Two suspensions and a failed drug test at the combine killed his value. Great combination of size and power. Has long arms and excels in the run game. Struggles with leverage at times.