Deone Bucannon DB Washington State
6007, 216, 9 1/2, 31 3/4
Mon: Was beat often in one-on-one drills.
Tues: Really struggled in drills showing little in the way of smoothness or fluidity. Saw little action in scrimmage. Have to wonder if you can place him over the slot receiver.
Pierre Desir DB Lindenwood
6011 195 9 1/4 32 3/4
Mon: Struggled; looked confused and was beat often. Looks the part but must start playing to it.
Tues: Slightly better day. Seemed to get his feet underneath him.
Ahmad Dixon DB Baylor
5114 205 9 5/8 32
Tues: Physically aggressive defensive back who went hard every snap he took.
Marqueston Huff DB Wyoming
5110 198 8 1/4 31
Tues: Saw a lot of time at cornerback. Solid; quick footed and really did not show much stiffness in his game.
Stanley Jean-Baptiste DB Nebraska
6023 215 8 1/2 32 3/8
Tues: Physically imposing defender who looked solid in drills.
Wed: Really played well and stepped it up. Made a terrific pass defense in the end zone, using his size and athleticism to knock away the ball. Looks like he has a ton of upside.
Dontae Johnson DB North Carolina
6020 199 8 7/8 31 1/2
Mon: Really had a terrific day. Looked good in man coverage and had a terrific all-around day. Dominated at times in man coverage Displayed good ball skills, instinctive an shut down opponents all practice long.
Tues: Tweaked his hamstring yesterday and on the sidelines most of the morning
Nevin Lawson DB Utah State
5097 184 8 7/8 31 3/4
Mon: Struggled all day. Was constantly beaten up by opponents and gave up a lot of receptions. Lacks quickness, speed and not very smooth.
Tues: Much, much better. Has limitations yet displayed improved techniques and was not as slow reacting to the action.
Wed: Best practice of the week and better today then he was anytime at the Shrine Game. Good footwork, hip movement and nicely covered the deep throw.
Isaiah Lewis DB Michigan State
5100 205 9 7/8 30 7/8
Mon: Was spanked badly by Kain Coulter in one-on-one drills then seemed to fold into the background.
Tues: Was not beaten by anyone then again did not stand out in anyway. Technically very sound and displays a large degree of quickness in his game.
Wed: Struggled. Looks good in drills but does not translate it into one-on-ones or scrimmage. Easily beaten by tight ends over the middle of the field.
Dezmen Southward DB Wisconsin
6001 206 10 31 5/8
Mon: Has great size and toughness. Showed a lot of skill between the numbers yet was beaten badly a number of times in one-on-one. Looked like a liability in man coverage situations.
Tues: Saw a lot of time at cornerback but lacks the quickness and ball skills to play corner or line up over the slot receiver.
Wed: In a nutshell, really nothing more than a traditional strong safety.
Jimmie Ward DB Northern Illinois
5103 191 9 1/2 31 1/2
Mon: Solid, not spectacular. Did not make mental mistakes and was constantly around the action.
Tues: Again; instinctive and plays within himself. Made a terrific play during special team drills.
Wed: Solid day from Ward. Not flashy yet efficient and does not make mental errors.
Jared Abbrederis WR Wisconsin
6007 189 9 5/8 30 3/4
Mon: Had a nice day catching the ball. Snatches it cleanly and very quick running after the catch.
Tues: Not a great athlete nor a game breaker but did just about everything well and has the best hands of anyone on the North.
Wed:Once again proved to be a terrific receiver who does the little things well. Projects well as a second day pick.
Michael Campanaro WR Wake Forest
5093 191 9 3/4 28 5/8
Mon: Very good day. Caught everything thrown in his direction and made a number of several difficult catches. Fought hard to come away with receptions. Tough yet also reliable.
Wed:Terrific day; made a number of terrific on handed grabs as well and difficult receptions in midair. Small but consistent on the positive side.
Kain Colter WR Northwestern
5106 199 10 30 3/4
Mon: Looked good making the transition to receiver. Made several nice receptions, beating established defensive backs down the field. Very quick and shifty separating from defenders before the catch then running after the reception.
Wed: Made a terrific reception in the end zone. Runs good routes. Quick, consistent and catches the ball well. Expected to return punts/kicks during the game.
Shaquelle Evans WR UCLA
6006 210 9 3/8 31 7/8
Tues: One of the better receivers this morning. Runs good routes, very quick and caught the ball well.
Wed:Really moving up draft boards. Not a burner but built well, runs great routes and very natural catching the ball.
Josh Huff WR Oregon
5110 201 9 1/8 30 1/2
Mon: Made several nice receptions including a beautiful deep catch when he outsmarted Dez Southward to come away with the ball. Productive day for Huff.
Tues: Getting a lot of positive comments from the scouts on hand.
Wed: Does not stand out yet very, very solid in all areas. Building a buzz around himself.
Jeff Janis WR Saginaw Valley
6022 212 8 7/8 32 1/4
Mon: Caught everything yet for the most part non-descript.