Rick Mirer, QB, NOTRE DAME
It's either Mirer and his nimble feet or Drew Bledsoe and his big arm. Mirer had a terrific workout for the Patriot scouts.
Drew Bledsoe, QB, WASHINGTON STATE
His long-range gun and overall savvy could cure Seattle's persistent quarterbacking woes. The team could use a local hero to draw the fans.
Marvin Jones, LB, FLORIDA STATE
Jones is a big hitter with sub-4.6 speed, but the Jets need defensive-line help and could decide to dip into the Big Three ( John Copeland, Eric Curry and Dan Williams).
Garrison Hearst, RB, GEORGIA
Phoenix viewed him as bait to lure Joe Montana, but grabbing the nation's premier runner makes sense anyway. His knee injury is not a worry.
John Copeland, DT-NT, ALABAMA
A hard choice: Do you shore up a soft defense or go for the best offensive lineman, tackle Willie Roaf? Cincinnati's defensive needs are greater.
Willie Roaf, T, LOUISIANA TECH
Tampa Bay was looking for some pass-rushing help and never figured that Roaf would still be on the board. Skilled offensive tackles are the league's scarcest commodity.
Curtis Conway, WR, SOUTHERN CAL
His sub-4.4 speed swings it, unless Marvin Jones drops this far. Early rumors had Chicago trading down for a lineman plus an extra pick.
Eric Curry, DE, ALABAMA
A formidable outside rusher with 4.8 speed. Massive offensive tackle Lincoln Kennedy once made sense, but lately the Lions have been collecting free-agent offensive linemen.
Patrick Bates, S, TEXAS A&M
Atlanta says Kennedy, but that's just a smoke screen to keep teams from trading up to get Bates, who's a 6'3", 224-pound terror.
Jerome Bettis, FB, NOTRE DAME
A 248-pound reincarnation of Earl Campbell. He'll be the hammer in Chuck Knox's beloved Ground Chuck offense.