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DL PJ Hall, Sam Houston State (see above)
DL Nathan Shepherd, Fort Hays State A man amongst boys is a little overaged, but dominated his league and then the Senior Bowl practices with powerful hands and strength.
DL Zack Sieler, Ferris State Prototype 5-tech, with length and movement skills.
DL Dedrick Senat, South Florida Nimble big man who is a relentless pursuer of the football. Quick enough to get penetration with his first step and is strong enough to break away when is is initially blocked.
DL Frank Herron, LSU Not only the solid run stuffer required for the SEC, showed signs of more explosion and movement skills than he might have always displayed in the disciplined system the Tigers utilized.
DL Eddy Wilson, Purdue Reminds me a little of former Iowa State and now Dallas standout David Irving. Had some issues with discipline and motivation, but so did Irving. On the football field, when he is engaged… can be a handful. Creates havoc and good interior pass rush. Not blockable at times.
DL Folorunso Fatukasi, Connecticut Exremely explosive, athletic, versatile lineman with length. very big, and very strong. A fit right away as a backup who can play multiple spots in either a 4-3 or 3-4 defensive front.
DL Poona Ford, Texas Not tall, but a disruptive force and a wide space-eater in the middle. Can get under bigger lineman with great effect.