Third round - Brandon Williams, DT, 6-1, 335, Missouri Southern
Anchor style nose guard and Division II All-American who bench pressed 225 pounds 38 times at the NFL scouting combine. Athletic for his size and can do a handstand and walk, performed well at Senior Bowl and will challenge Terrence Cody for nose guard playing time.
Fourth round - John Simon, OLB, 6-1, 257, Ohio State
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Gritty, hard-nosed Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year had career-high nine sacks last season. Should compete for a situational pass rusher role at rush linebacker behind former Pro Bowl outside linebacker Terrell Suggs.
Fourth round - Kyle Juszczyk, FB, 6-1, 248, Harvard
Excelled at Senior Bowl and took a dozen visits, including Ravens, after starring in Ivy League as pass-catching fullback. Ravens figure to utilize him at fullback, tight end and H-back and expected to eventually replace Pro Bowl fullback Vonta Leach.
Fifth round - Ricky Wagner, OT, 6-6, 308, Wisconsin
All-Big Ten Conference tackle has played left tackle for past two seasons after playing right tackle. Former prep basketball player isn't an elite athlete, but could also get a look at guard.
Sixth round - Kapron Lewis-Moore, DE, 6-4, 298, Notre Dame
Accomplished player tore his right anterior cruciate ligament in national championship game loss to Alabama. Figures to be a medical redshirt as a rookie, essentially, since he just had surgery three months ago.
Sixth round - Ryan Jensen, C, 6-3, 317, Colorado State-Pueblo
Plays with a nasty streak and is quick (5.28 40-yard dash) and strong (Bench pressed 225 pounds 30 times). Drew interest from multiple NFL teams, including the New England Patriots, and is set to back up Gino Gradkowski at center after primarily playing tackle in college.
Seventh round - Aaron Mellette, WR, 6-2, 217, Elon
Imposing small-school standout could provide red-zone threat immediately. Mellette caught 11 passes with one touchdown against Vanderbilt and played in the Senior Bowl.
Seventh round - Marc Anthony, CB, 5-11, 196, California
Productive and tough, but faces uphill climb to make the 53-man roster and will need to beat out Asa Jackson and Chris Johnson to do so. Could be a quick special teams contributor if he makes the cut.