An NFL scout assesses the draft prospects of two seniors:
Jimmy Kennedy, DT, 6'5", 316, Penn State
"He's big, and he can move. He can really cover ground all the way to the sideline. He made two plays against Nebraska on the boundary. Weighing  and having the ability to run gets you into the first round. He can get better at knocking people back. He plays more as an athletic finesse guy than a physical guy. He's not a Tony Siragusa. He's more like a Sam Adams but not that explosive. I think he'll go in the top 15."
Andre Woolfolk, CB, 6'1", 195, Oklahoma
"He has played corner exclusively for only one year, so you figure that he's going to get better. He can get beat on 90 percent of the play, but he can finish the last 10 percent and knock the ball down, because he's tall, fast and athletic. With his skills, press man is what he'll really be good at. He may be the first corner taken. He's an inch or so taller than Washington State's guy [ Marcus Trufant], but not quite as fast. If Mike Rumph went in the first round, Woolfolk will."