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Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Marcus Davis, 6-3, 233, WR
The big-bodied receiver has heard anywhere from the second to sixth round. The NFL Network's Mike Mayock says teams have some medical concerns but still projects him as a fourth-rounder.
Corey Fuller, 6-2, 204, WR
A speedster who burst onto the scene as a senior, Fuller could be the first Hokie off the board. ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. tabbed him as a fourth-round pick, while NFL.com has him as a fifth-rounder.
Vinston Painter, 6-4, 306, OT
The tackle is a physical specimen who started only a year in college but raised his stock significantly at the NFL Combine. An NFL.com mock draft has him going in the fifth round.
Bruce Taylor, 6-1, 237, LB
The linebacker didn't help his cause with a slow 40 time at the combine, and his injury history could be a cause for concern. Still, he's a smart player who could be a late-round pick.
Nick Becton, 6-5, 323, OT
He won't overwhelm any scouts with his strength like some other tackles, but Becton still is a long-armed athlete who can move. He projects as a late-round pick.
-- Andy Bitter
Oday Aboushi, 6-5, 308, OT
First-team All-ACC selection who was the leading vote-getter at offensive tackle. He thinks he could go as early as the second round, but is listed in fourth or fifth rounds in most mock drafts.
Laroy Reynolds, 6-2, 230, LB
Didn't receive an invitation to the NFL Combine but wowed scouts at UVa's "pro" day, where he had a personal best in the bench press and the broad vertical leap. A late-round sleeper.
-- Doug Doughty
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