Jones is a player that most are considering a FA/7th round prospect at best. His numbers definitely look good, but NFL Draft Scout has him rated as 125th best WR in the country as of now, and considering that usually only 30-40 wide receivers get drafted, that would indicate he is very far down the list. BUt you never know, he could be one of those small school sleeper guys that Mike Coleman was and could show up on teams radars. Of course Jackson State is not nearly as small as Division III Widener was.
Ware is intriguing, because many consider him to be one of the top pass rushers in this class. His biggest negatives are his lack of size, so he's most likely a work in progress. But he has the frame and already good strength (430 bench) to put on more bulk and be successful with it. I know many of the 3-4 teams are hoping to nab him in Round 2 to play OLB for them, which is where many experts are projecting him. A LOT of comparisons to Jason Taylor at this point.
As for Bullocks, that's no surprise. It would seem the Falcons from their interest in him are targetting a pure FS, so guys like Bullocks and Pool. I would assume Pool is a possibility in Round 1, although I think McKay is against drafting a safety that early (it would mean guys at DT and DE are not there). Bullocks is a Round 2 target. Possible Day 2 targets include (in no particular order): Mitch Meeuwesen (Oregon State), Kerry Rhodes (Louisville), Gerald Sensabaugh (UNC), Sean Considine (Iowa), Junior Rosegreen (Auburn), Dustin Fox (Ohio State) and James Butler (Georgia Tech).
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