4. Gabe Carimi, Wisconsin; 6-7, 316: He was an all-American and winner of the Outland Trophy, which goes to the nation's top offensive lineman. He keyed the Badgers' power running attack with bone-rattling blocks. He's the classic road grader.
5. Mike Pouncey, Florida, 6-5, 305: A versatile performer who hopes to follow in the footsteps of his twin brother Maurkice to the pro level. He struggled early last season with his shotgun snaps, but made progress over the course of the season.
6. Will Rackley, Lehigh, 6-3, 309: He started all four years for the Mountain Hawks after playing at Riverdale High. In 2010, he was named to the all-Patriot League team for the third consecutive season.
7. Derek Sherrod, Mississippi State, 6-5, 319: After taking over as a sophomore, he became a fixture at left tackle for the Bulldogs. He had good feet and is considered a left tackle prospect.
8. Danny Watkins, Baylor, 6-3, 312: He is from Canada and played hockey and rugby in high school. He went to junior college to become a fireman and ended up playing football at Butte (Calif.) College.
9. Clint Boling, Georgia, 6-4, 307: The Chattahoochee High graduate finished his career with 49 consecutive starts for the Bulldogs. He played right guard, right tackle and left tackle for the Bulldogs. His versatility served him well at the Senior Bowl, where he played both guard and tackle.
10. James Carpenter, Alabama, 6-4, 320: He played at Hephzibah High near Augusta before starting his college career at Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College. He started 27 consecutive games for the Crimson Tide, including all 14 on their march to the national title during his junior season.
On the fringe: Ben Ijalana, Villanova; Marcus Gilbert, Florida; Jah Reid, Central Florida; Chris Hairston, Clemson; Lee Ziemba, Auburn; Rodney Hudson, Florida State; Marcus Cannon, TCU; John Moffitt, Wisconsin; Orlando Franklin, Miami; Garrett Chisolm, South Carolina; Ryan Bartholomew, Syracuse; Stefen Wisniewski, Penn State.