An NFL scout assesses the draft prospects of three seniors
Michael Doss, SS, 5'11", 204, Ohio State
"He's tough. He's fast. He's a hitter. He covered the slot receiver against Texas Tech and wasn't challenged. He can really hit, but he misses low tackles occasionally. Because he's not 6'1", he won't go as high as he should. He'll go between the 20th pick and the 35th."
Jordan Gross, T, 6'5", 306, Utah
"He hasn't gotten a lot of publicity, but he's a solid technician. He moves his feet well and is a good athlete. Over the last two years Utah has run the ball more than it ever has. He's got a good chance of going in the first round."
Byron Leftwich, QB, 6'6", 240, Marshall
"He's going to go very high; the only way he falls is if he runs a 5.2 40 at the combine. He's no scrambler; he stays in the pocket. He's a better passer than Chad Pennington [the former Marshall quarterback who was a Jets first-round draft pick in 2000]. Leftwich isn't ready-made, but who is? He can make all the throws."