11.) Mike Patterson, DT, USC A truly disruptive force, Patterson's domination of opposing linemen -- most notably against Oklahoma -- was as important to USC's success as Matt Leinart's arm. He had 16 tackles for loss in 2004. Unfortunately, he's considerably undersized (6-feet, 290 pounds) for an NFL interior lineman.
12.) Ronnie Brown, RB, Auburn It's hard to believe, but Auburn really did have two top 15 players in the same backfield. Brown (pictured at right) is more of a straight-ahead runner than Williams, but he has good speed, can make people miss and is particularly adept as a receiver. He doesn't have much experience being the primary ball carrier.
13.) Travis Johnson, DT, Florida State Because of a logjam at his position, Johnson didn't get much of a chance to shine until his senior year but proved to be a ferocious presence with 18 tackles for loss. He's a terrific natural athlete with size and speed. Johnson was charged with sexual assault in 2003 but was found innocent.
14.) Erasmus James, DE, Wisconsin After missing the entire 2003 season, James emerged as a dominant pass rusher last year. Fast and athletic, he was a one-man wrecking crew in the Badgers' win over Purdue. Two things holding him back have been injuries and inconsistency, and he needs to keep developing.
15.) David Pollack, DE, Georgia With a non-stop motor and impeccable work ethic, Pollack wreaked havoc on SEC quarterbacks for three years, producing 36 career sacks and countless pressure. A classic overachiever, Pollack makes up for a lack of athleticism with his instincts, but scouts may knock his size and speed.
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16.) Shaun Cody, DT, USC A four-year starter, Cody teamed with Patterson as part of a stifling run defense while also getting to the quarterback to the tune of 10 sacks as a senior. He's a superior athlete with speed and explosion ability. At 6-foot-4, 295 pounds, it's unclear whether he will be best served playing inside or outside.
17.) Adam "Pac-Man" Jones, CB, West Virginia* A blindingly fast (4.4 time in the 40) and gifted athlete, Jones is a big-play guy who excels in both run and pass coverage. He had 22 pass breakups and eight interceptions over his career, and he's even more dangerous as a return man. He's somewhat smallish (5-foot-11, 185 pounds) and often overly aggressive.
18.) Thomas Davis, S, Georgia* An extremely hard hitter who was converted from linebacker, Davis has a knack for getting to the ball, particularly in stuffing the run, and making big plays. He had 280 tackles in three seasons, leading the team twice. His abilities may not fit a natural position in the NFL.
19.) Dan Cody, DE, Oklahoma The Sooners' top pass rusher the past two seasons (18 sacks), Cody is tough, ferocious and a passionate, vocal leader. He's been well coached and is fundamentally sound. His production lagged at times against elite competition, and he'll need to add bulk to his 6-foot-5, 270-pound frame.
20.) Carlos Rogers, CB, Auburn An experienced veteran who finally came into his own as a senior, Rogers won the Jim Thorpe Award as the nation's top defensive back. He's good sized (6-foot-1), fast (4.45 in the 40), physical and he makes plays. He didn't make a lot of tackles (47) and could take a more active role in run support.