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Best of rest still available after Day 1 of NFL draft

Best of the rest


Brock Osweiler, 6-7, 242, Arizona State

Kirk Cousins, 6-3, 214, Michigan State

Nick Foles, 6-5, 243, Arizona

Russell Wilson, 5-11, 204, Wisconsin

B.J. Coleman, 6-3, 233, UT-Chattanooga

Ryan Lindley, 6-3, 229, San Diego State

Running backs

Lamar Miller, 5-11, 212, Miami

Ronnie Hillman, 5-9, 200, San Diego State

LaMichael James, 5-8, 194, Oregon

Bernard Pierce, 6-0, 218, Temple

Bobby Rainey, 5-8, 205, Western Kentucky


Stephen Hill, 6-4, 215, Georgia Tech

Brian Quick, 6-3, 220, Appalachian State

Coby Fleener (TE), 6-6, 247, Stanford

Dwayne Allen (TE), 6-3, 255, Clemson

Orson Charles (TE), 6-2, 251, Georgia (Plant HS)

Mohamed Sanu (WR), 6-2, 211, Rutgers


Mike Adams (T), 6-7, 323, Ohio State

Jonathan Martin (T), 6-5, 312, Stanford

Cordy Glenn (G/T), 6-5, 345, Georgia

Bobby Massie (T), 6-6, 316, Mississippi

Peter Konz (C), 6-5, 314, Wisconsin


Andre Branch (DE), 6-4, 259, Clemson

Jerel Worthy (DT), 6-2, 308, Michigan St.

Vinny Curry (DE), 6-3, 266, Marshall


Lavonte David, 6-1, 233, Nebraska

Mychal Kendrice (ILB), 6-2, 265, California

Ronnell Lewis (OLB), 6-1, 253, Oklahoma

Zach Brown (OLB), 6-1, 244, North Carolina

Demario Davis (ILB), 6-2, 235, Arkansas State

Bobby Wagner (OLB), 6-0, 235, Utah State


Harrison Smith (S), 6-2, 213, Notre Dame

Janoris Jenkins (CB), 5-10, 193, N. Alabama

Alfonzo Dennard (CB), 5-10, 204, Nebraska

Brandon Taylor (S), 5-11, 209, LSU

Jayron Hosley (CB), 5-10, 178, Virginia Tech

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