Laquon Treadwell

WR, Mississippi • 6-2, 186

First round, 23rd overall

Finished as the leading receiver in Ole Miss history in just three seasons, with 202 receptions for 2,393 yards and 21 touchdowns. After being limited with a broken leg as a junior, he caught 82 passes for 1,153 yards and 11 TDs last season, all of which were school single-season records that earned him first-team All-SEC honors.

Mackensie Alexander

CB, Clemson • 5-10, 190

Second round, 54th overall

As a redshirt sophomore he was first-team All-ACC and third-team All-America for a team that made it to the national championship game. He had 57 tackles and broke up 12 passes in 27 college games. A good cover corner, Alexander did not allow a TD pass over his final 23 games, but did not have a college interception.

Willie Beavers

OT, W. Michigan • 6-4, 324

Fourth round, 121st overall

Started 40 straight games at left tackle for the Broncos. Has a strong base, good footwork and is athletic. A tenacious blocker both in pass protection and on the run, is quick enough to block on the second level. The 2015 All-MAC player worked out at guard while prepping for Senior Bowl.

Kentrell Brothers

LB. Missouri • 6-0, 245

Fifth round, 160th overall

An undersized but productive linebacker who will be slotted into the middle and play special teams. He reacts quickly, sheds blockers well and is effective against the run. In 2015 the All-America pick led the nation in tackles per game (12.7, 152 total). He had 12 tackles for loss, two interceptions and three blocked kicks.

Moritz Boehringer

WR, Germany • 6-4, 229

Sixth round, 180th overall

The first player ever drafted without having played college football. His size and speed (he ran a 4.43 40-yard dash) are intriguing. He didn’t start playing football until he was 17. Played for Schwabisch Hall of the German Football League in 2015, making 59 catches for 1,232 yards and 13 TDs in 16 games.

David Morgan

TE, Texas-San Antonio • 6-4, 262

Sixth round, 188th overall

Morgan (above) is USTA’s first player to win All-America honors (second team) and to be drafted since the program began in 2011. As a senior he finished with 45 catches for 566 yards and five TDs. He is able to catch in traffic. Blocking ability could get him snaps at H-back.

Stephen Weatherly

DE, Vanderbilt • 6-4, 267

Seventh round, 227th overall

Weatherly played both with his hand down and from a standing position at Vanderbilt. An effective blitzer, had 11.5 sacks in 36 college games, which included 21 starts. His unique biography includes a grandma who graduated from Harvard and MIT and his ability to play several musical instruments.

Jayron Kearse

S, Clemson • 6-4, 216

Seventh round, 244th overall

The nephew of former NFL star DE Javon Kearse and the cousin of former NFL CB Phillip Buchanon. Had seven interceptions in three seasons with Clemson. He was an All-ACC selection and second-team All-America last fall, totaling 87 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, an interception and eight pass break-ups.

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