26Rey MaualugaILBUSC6-2260 lbs
Maualuga will have one more chance at the start of April to stem his freefalling draft stock.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 12
27Robert AyersDETennessee6-3270 lbs
Ayers played like the best defensive end in the nation last season and his combine workout may have moved him into the first round.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 30
28Connor BarwinLBCincinnati6-4256 lbs
Barwin answered just about every question critics had by turning in a tremendous workout. He could end up even higher on this board when all is said and done.
Pre-Combine Ranking: N/A
29D.J. MooreCBVanderbilt5-10182 lbs
Moore put his athletic abilities on display for scouts, though his cornerback fundamentals are still questioned.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 29
30Evander HoodDTMissouri6-3298 lbs
Hood was tremendous at the combine and continues his upward movement on draft boards.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 45
31Aaron MaybinDE-OLBPenn State6-4236 lbs
Maybin barely cracked 4.8 seconds in the forty after weighing 248 pounds at the combine. This poses a dilemma for NFL decision makers who are not sure whether Maybin can play defensive end or outside linebacker at the next level.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 26
32Larry EnglishDE-OLBNorthern Illinois6-2254 lbs
English was another who left the combine with questions surrounding his game. His forty time, which averaged in the mid 4.8's, is a concern to scouts.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 19
33LeSean McCoyRBPitt5-11210 lbs
McCoy did not participate at the combine as he was suffering from the flu.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 24
34Hakeem NicksWRNorth Carolina6-2210 lbs
Nicks ran slightly faster than expected and could move into the top 32 choices with a good pro-day workout.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 33
35Donald BrownRBConnecticut5-10210 lbs
Brown's workout was just enough to secure himself as a top 40 pick.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 31
36Michael JohnsonDEGeorgia Tech6-7260 lbs
Johnson turned in a terrific performance at the combine, which was not a surprise. Scouts still question his heart and desire to consistently play at a high level.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 27
37William BeattyOTConnecticut6-6291 lbs
Beatty was one of the more athletic tackles in attendance at the combine. His bench press result of 27 reps quelled critics who questioned his strength.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 38
38Jarron GilbertDTSan Jose State6-6280 lbs
Gilbert continues to climb up draft boards around the league. His forty times, which averaged 4.84 seconds coupled with a 35.5-inch vertical jump, were outstanding for a 288-pound defensive lineman.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 47
39Eric WoodCLouisville6-4310 lbs
Wood was the best of all the centers in attendance at the combine.
Pre-Combine Ranking: N/A
40Eben BrittonOTArizona6-6310 lbs
Britton surprised many with his athleticism at the combine and now has NFL scouts thinking he can hold down the left tackle position.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 44
41Sean SmithCBUtah6-3214 lbs
Smith's forty times were slightly slower than expected but his ability to play multiple positions in the secondary is cause for excitement.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 32
42Louis DelmasSWestern Michigan5-11196 lbs
Delmas ran better than expected and showed well in other combine drills such as the three cone.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 43
43Alex MageeDTPurdue6-3295 lbs
Magee capitalized on a strong showing at the Senior Bowl. He looked incredibly athletic and was also strong on the bench press.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 41
44Rashad JohnsonSAlabama6-0187 lbs
Johnson quietly performed well at the combine and held his draft stock steady.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 37
45Juaquin IglesiasWROklahoma6-1210 lbs
Iglesias continues to impress scouts with his pass-catching skills.
Pre-Combine Ranking: N/A
46David VeikuneDEHawaii6-3257 lbs
Veikune looked terrific during position drills and has established himself as one of the rising 4-3 ends in the draft.
Pre-Combine Ranking: N/A
47Tyson JacksonDLLSU6-4295 lbs
Jackson ran slower than expected and his workout was uninspired, much like his play the past two seasons.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 40
48Alex MackCCalifornia6-4312 lbs
Mack did not perform at the combine due to a stinger injury.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 42
49Patrick ChungSOregon5-11207 lbs
Chung ran well, yet his shuttle times and lateral-movement skills during position drills were very average.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 48
50Max UngerOLOregon6-5299 lbs
Unger was very workmanlike throughout the entire combine week.
Pre-Combine Ranking: 49

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