Weaknesses: Strength to stand up to big receivers could be an issue.
Joey Bosa, DE, 6-5, 269, Ohio State
Outlook: First-round talent. But we'll see.
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. Lee could be drafted just outside the top 10 or in second round.
Outlook: More upside than production, but could fit nicely into a 3-4 scheme. Top 15 potential.
Weaknesses: Plays stiff and doesn't make many moves when taking on blockers.
Noah Spence, DE, 6-2, 252, Eastern Kentucky
Weaknesses: Hand technique needs work to shed blockers better.
Robert Nkemdiche, DT/DE, 6-3, 294, Mississippi
Outlook: Which Clemson defensive end goes first?
Outlook: A tall safety who might be able to play cornerback could find his way into the first round.
Notable: Was having an All-America-type season until he hurt his knee in practice during the second month of the season.
Weaknesses: His tackling still needs work.
Outlook: Just turned 21. Huge upside could get him into the middle of the first round.
Outlook: His draft slot will be determined by which teams believe his knee will be fine. He would be a top 10 lock otherwise.
Strengths: No safety in this draft hits harder, plus he has the athleticism to be effective in coverage.
Strengths: Speed, athleticism and instincts are exemplary. Can be used in coverage as a safety and is tenacious enough to play close to the line of scrimmage.
Strengths: If you could engineer a defensive back, Ramsey would be it. Size, speed and athleticism are all ideal. Played cornerback and safety and was used as a hybrid, playing almost like a linebacker. Excelled at all of it.
Emmanuel Ogbah, DE, 6-4, 273, Oklahoma State
Outlook: Character issues and not ideal size, but he can rush the quarterback, and that can get him into the first round.
Strengths: Good speed and locates ball well.
Notable: Led Georgia in sacks each of the last three seasons.
Weaknesses: The technique and skills that make for a lock-down cornerback need work. But that might not be the way he is used in the NFL.
Weaknesses: The knee could be a problem, plus he plays like he is 30 pounds heavier than he is.
Outlook: Was talked about as a possible first overall pick, but will have to settle for top seven or so.
Strengths: High-effort pass rusher, with good strength and power to stand up run blockers.
Strengths: Has power to push the pocket backward and moves up and down the line well.
Strengths: Plays with fierce aggressiveness. Big hitter with knack for getting his hands on the ball.
Strengths: Good hands and closing speed.
Artie Burns, CB, 6-0, 193, Miami
Notable: Big freshman season followed by sophomore slump followed by strong junior campaign.
Sheldon Rankins, DT, 6-1, 299, Louisville
Outlook: Could go ahead of Ole Miss' Robert Nkemdiche, which would make Bulldogs fans happy.
Weaknesses: Those coverage skills need work.
Jalen Ramsey, CB/S, 6-1, 209, Florida State
Strengths: Changes directions quickly, and has skills, athleticism and attitude to be a shutdown cornerback.
Weaknesses: Linebacker size makes him a tweener with a defensive end's game.
Outlook: Either he or Bosa will be the first defensive linemen taken.
Myles Jack, OLB, 6-1, 245, UCLA
TJ Green, S, 6-2, 209, Clemson
Vernon Hargreaves, CB, 5-10, 204, Florida
Jarran Reed, DE/DT, 6-3, 307, Alabama
Weaknesses: Doesn't have many pass rush moves.
Strengths: Good size/speed/power package.
Strengths: Skill set is similar to Myles Jack. Fast and flexible player who excels in space. Could be used as a hybrid safety/linebacker.
Notable: Sacks dropped off from 13 1-2 in 2014 to five last season, but still played at an All-America level.
Notable: Played both ways as a freshman and was the Pac-12 offensive and defensive newcomer of the year. Knee injury limited him to three games last year.
Weaknesses: Small frame could be a problem against big receivers and gets a little too aggressive at times.
DeForest Buckner, DE, 6-7, 291, Oregon
Strengths: Gets off the ball very fast. Often blockers simply can't get to him. Very productive.
Weaknesses: Short and some questions about whether he can stand up to the power of NFL linemen.
Strengths: Rock solid for close to 300 pounds. Good quickness and speed.
Notable: Pac-12 defensive player of the year in 2015.
Weaknesses: Questions are about how he'll play in coverage and in space, but h