My first review is on:
DT Jonathan Hankins of Ohio State.
40 time: 5.32
You have to say something about a guy who grow up in Detroit, yet picked Ohio State over Michigan. He became a starter last season as a sophomore and finishing with 67 tackles, 11 tackles for loss and three sacks, earning All-Big Ten honorable mention honors. Lost 20 pounds during the off season, Hankins has quick feet for his size, great body control and can split the double team and shot the gap. Although listed as a nose tackle, Hankins has lined up across the line playing inside and on the edge. He needs to improve his read/reaction skills and although he is good at splitting the double team, he is inconsistent at doing so. This natural wide frame body will try to become the first Buckeye DT to be drafted in the top 10 of the NFL draft since Dan "Big Daddy" Wilkinson in 1994. Two mock draft sites has the Panthers picking Hankins, but to be far, one of the two (so far) switch from Hankins to Star Lotulelei back to Hankins.