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!
2) CB Ronald Darby, Florida St. 5-11, 193, 4.38 - Has world class speed and is solid in coverage. Not a big playmaker with just 2 interceptions in college. Good in the back pedal. Not physical enough in run support. Has room to grow but must improve his run support. Great timing with good recognition and gets a good jump on the ball. Good feel and use of hands as he is technically sound. Good weight distribution, slightly shorter than you would like.
3) G John Miller, Louisville 6-2, 303, 5.33 - Plays with a mean streak and is a mauler who fits in with the ground and pound offense. May struggle some in pass protection. A little short. Needs to improve his awareness. Has good flexibility and good balance. Powerful but plays with poor leverage.
5) RB Karlos Williams, Florida St. 6-1, 230, 4.48 - Converted safety with strong combination of size and speed. Hits holes quickly, doesn't bounce too much. Has big hands and long arms. Versatile in the passing game. Shows good balance. Runs too upright needs more work on his vision and may not be fluid enough at this level.
6) LB Tony Steward, Clemson 6-1, 241, 4.64 - Average height with short arms. Compact with excellent bulk and strength along with above average speed. Well respected with excellent work ethic but had two torn ACLs.
6) TE Nick O'Leary, Florida St. 6-3, 252, 4.93 - Average speed, with little explosiveness. Great hands and great hand to eye coordination. Not very elusive. Reliable route runner with limited strength as an inline blocker. Looks to fit in as an H Back.
7) WR Dezmin Lewis, Central Arkansas 6-4, 214, 4.58 - Lacks top end speed but deceptive. Good strong frame with strong upper body. Lacks great leaping ability despite size. Good recognition and awareness but not explosive.