James Carpenter- The 6-foot-5, 313-pound offensive lineman is listed as the No. 10 offensive tackle in the 2011 NFL Draft. Predicted to be drafted somewhere between the third or fourth round, according to nfldraftscout.com

Marcell Dareus- ESPN draft expert Mel Kiper has Dareus at No. 3 on his NFL big board. Dareus is as dominant as they come in the 3-4 defense and is a lock to be a top 10 pick. Has the potential to play in multiple Pro Bowls before his NFL career is all said and done.

Mark Ingram- The 2009 Heisman Trophy winner is rated as the No. 1 choice at running back in almost every mock draft. Ingram is able to gain a ridiculous amount of yards after contact. He can also run through and between the tackles. Has great vision in finding the hole almost instantly. Should be a mid-to-late first round draft pick.

Julio Jones- Jones will likely be the second receiver taken off the board after Georgia’s A.J. Green. The Foley, Alabama, native has been compared to T.O. in terms of size, strength, speed and vertical jumping ability.  Many believe he will be drafted by the St. Louis Rams if he falls to No. 14 in the first round.

Greg McElroy- Most scouts think that McElroy lacks the arm strength and accuracy needed to start in the NFL. However, McElroy has proven he is a winner on the field and is very intelligent in his decision making. Could be drafted anywhere from round 5 all the way down to undrafted.