These are in no particular order and it's a long way out, so things can change. But here is who I'm watching at this point. -Jarrett Hicks, WR, Texas Tech, 6'3" - 210lbs. (Senior) http://texastech.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/hicks_jarrett00.html He has good size, plus the speed to be a deep threat. Gets good seperation from defenders. Runs crisp routes. He also has very good body control and can use his body to block defends from making a play on the ball. Negatives: doesn't maximize his yards after catch. Will go out of bounds rather than take a big hit. -Joe Thomas, OL, Wisconsin, 6'8" - 313lbs. (Senior) http://www.uwbadgers.com/sport_news/fb/bios/bio.aspx?id=Thomas_Joe_fb He tore his ACL during the last game of the season in '05 when filling in on the defensive line. The injury is still a question, but it apears that he'll be 100% for the 2006 season. He's got size, stength, good footwork and good run blocking technique. He really powers into his blocks. If his knee proves solid this season, expect him to be a top 5 pick in 2007. -Sam Baker, OL, USC, 6'5" - 305lbs. (Junior) http://usctrojans.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/baker_sam00.html Winston Justice may play LT in the NFL, but at USC Baker already had that spot locked down. He has the size and athleticism to play LT in the NFL. USC lost several OL players in this draft, so this season will be pivitable to see if Baker can solidify a young OL group. -Dan Mozes, OL, West Virginia, 6'4" - 290lbs. (Senior) http://www.msnsportsnet.com/profile.cfm?id=100091 Can play G or C positions. Might just be the highest rated interior OL player in the 2007 draft. Not super physically dominant, but makes up for it with great footwork, terrific technique, and football smarts. Has had some nagging injuries the past two seasons, but was able to play with the pain. Shows heart and passion for the game, plus a little tenacity thrown in. I will profile other draft prospects though out the season. Feel free to comment on any of my takes whether you think I'm right on or totally off base.