DT: Sione Pouha, Utah - Massive, Strong, Athletic, Has Character, and was the leader of his defense. Only questions about him are his age (26 because of a church mission) and some inconsistent play. Again, if the right coaching staff gets him and helps him use that 6'3" 330 frame to clog up the middle, he will be a perfect anchor in any defensive scheme. Anything past 6th or 7th DT is a steal of this man-mountain.DE: David Pollack, Georgia - I commented on him a lot in the first round mock draft thread. Classic "measurables arent perfect, but unstoppable on the field" player. He probably wont be the first DE off the board, but he'll be the best to come out of this draft. I see him having a Freeney-like impact on whatever team he goes to.ILB: Lance Mitchell, Oklahoma - see my comment in the mock draft 2nd/3rd round thread. He has everything you want in an MLB that is the leader of your defense, only question is an ACL tear from 2003 that he's not totally back from (yet). I have a feeling that once he's 100%, he'll be as good as derrick johnson. a steal if he's not the 4th LB off the board after johnson, crowder, and burnett.OLB: Demarcus Ware, Troy - Took over games at times this season. Ferocious pass rusher and sideline to sideline run stopper. Will be converted from a DE. Questions are about the level of competition at Troy and his rawness. Could be a monster playmaker as an OLB in a 3-4. Will be a steal if he's not the 4th or 5th OLB taken.S: Matt Grootegoed , USC - Again, the kind of guy I love, a leader and playmaker who will be knocked down because of subpar measureables and lack of polish in the skills that pro scouts love. Will have to be converted from LB to S, but has the desire and attitude to make the successful move. Will only contribute on special teams at first, but i think in 2 years, he will be a starting safety somewhere and an emotional leader of the defense he is part of. A steal of a second day pick.CB: Ronald Bartell, Howard - emerging small school DBs like Charles Tillman, Frank Walker, Ike Taylor, Rashean Mathis, and Terrence McGee are making me a believer in the idea that NFL CB skills are based on coaching and physical tools more than experience. Bartell had the gleam of a shutdown CB in college and has all the tools to be one, but he will probably not be in the top 10 CBs taken because of the level of competition and rawness (like ware above). It will take a few years of work, but the team that gets Bartell will be happier than at least half of the teams that take a CB in rounds 1 or 2.