There are concerns about Sands' ability to hold up in coverage, but he has shown the ability to make a play on the ball when he's in position. He can contribute as a situational run stopper and on special teams.
There are concerns about Stanzi's decision making in the fourth quarter this year and his arm strength is just average, but he comes from a pro style offense and is accurate. His immediate goal is to compete with Brodie Croyle to backup Matt Cassel and without the pressure to start immediately, this is a good spot for him to develop his skills.
Sherman is a hard-nosed lead blocker and reliable receiver. He doesn't have a lot of experience running the ball, but what sets him apart is he is an excellent special teams player (63 special teams tackles in college). It's obvious the Cardinals are trying to change the culture by adding to their run game in this draft.
He had some problems staying healthy in college and he doesn't offer much in run support at this point, but he has the speed and enough agility to develop into an effective sub-package corner for the Browns.
Cannon could prove to be a steal here. He was one of the bigger stories heading into this week because he was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, but he's expected to make a full recovery. He graded out as a second-round pick on film. He's a versatile player who can line up at eigther guard or tackle and barring any setback, the Patriots have made another strong move to rebuild that offensive line (Matt Light is a free agent and it appears the Pats will have a hard time signing Logan Mankins).
He doesn't have elite ball skills and doesn't show great burst out of his backpedal, but he's a good value here because of his size/speed blend and his willingness to play the run. He'll start as a sub-package defender, but has the ability to develop into a starter.
He is an H-back prospect who doesn't have the frame to develop into a in-line blocker but he is a tough, downfield blocker who should make immediate contributions as a receiver. He is yet another threat in the Packers' passing game.
He played at DT at Iowa and doesn't have a true fit in the NFL but he's a good pick here because he has a great motor, finds the ball and is a sound tackler. He gets the most out of his ability and is dependable.
There are some durability concerns when it comes to Thomas and he doesn't have great ball skills, but he does have enough speed and fluidity to develop into a No. 2 CB in time. In the meantime, he could contribute in sub packages and on special teams.
Keo makes up for his lack of ideal top-end speed with his instincts and positioning. Though he could take better pursuit angles at times, he is a willing run defender and powerful tackler. He will also make an immediate impact on special teams.
He is a straight-line WR who can stretch the field and shows above-average ball skills. However, he's a bit tight with his route running, which brings up concerns with his ability to consistently separate from man coverage.
Yates took a big step forward last year and has the pocket awareness and intangibles to develop into an effective backup at the next level. Some slight concerns with him are his lack of elite arm strength and spotty decision making.
Paul is a big, physical WR with a RB's build who can contribute as a receiver after the catch and bring added value on special teams a returner. However, he is a bit tight as a route-runner and is a bit inconsistent catching the ball outside of his frame.
He has above-average movement skills and excellent top-end speed providing good range on the backend and is also a reliable tackler. However, LeGree lacks elite instincts and needs to be more disciplined in coverage.
He is an instinctive, tough in-the-box safety who shows excellent strength and is a reliable tackler. However, Hines is going to have some problems in coverage due to lack of fluidity and top-end speed.