3. George Iloka, Boise St. OLB Safety.
4. Micah Pellerin-CB-Hampton, 6-0 195 4.49
Another small school corner who has been a lights out player at his level. He's a D-I transfer (from Southern Miss), and put up 4 interceptions this year to go along with 15 PBU's, which marked back to back years of 14+ pass break-ups. This year he stepped up his game in run support, chipping in 4.5 tackles for loss as well. Pellerin's clear potential and skill set are unlikely to go unnoticed, especially when coupled with the fact that he has NFL size and speed at 6-0 195 and expectations of clocking in the 4.4's. At the East-West Shrine game, he showcased good speed and in practices was often step for step with receivers who struggled to separate from him. Pellerin needs only minor fundamental development, and his strong All-Star week confirmed his starting NFL potential, boosting him from a late-round developmental guy, to a 4th-round guy who is expected to eventually start in the NFL.
Here's a quick mock I did from this morning:BB - Did you base that on C. Glenn not being available at that spot or Steelers passing on Glenn to take Hightower?
1) Dont'a Hightower ILB Alabama
Don't rule out Ziggy Hood as the NT of the futureI've been saying this since Big Zig was drafted, I think he would excell as the NT.