Trey Burton http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/trey-burton?id=2543577 BOTTOM LINE A savvy, athletic, undersized H-back who was utilized in a flexed receiving role in the Gators' offense. Has the athletic traits to earn a living working detached out of the slot as an 'F' tight end. Can offer a creative offensive coordinator a versatile jack-of-all-trades gimmick weapon. Dominque Easley http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/dominique-easley?id=2543487 BOTTOM LINE Undersized, explosive, athletic, high-motor three-technique whose junior season was cut short in Week 3 by a knee injury. Injury history will likely affect his draft stock, but when healthy, he shows the ability to disrupt the backfield and pressure the quarterback. Fits best in an aggressive scheme in which he could use his quickness to slant, stunt and shoot gaps. Jon Halapio http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/jon-halapio?id=2543708 BOTTOM LINE A Tongan-American, Halapio is a hulking short-area guard whose best traits are intangible. Is most effective in a phone booth, but too often looks like he requires max effort to provide adequate blocking. Best chance to stick will be in a slide-protection scheme. Jonotthan Harrison http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/jonotthan-harrison?id=2543578 BOTTOM LINE Very good-sized mauler functions well in a phone booth. Possesses the strength and power to match up vs. big bodies. The farther he is asked to move, the more he will struggle and would be best in a man-blocking power scheme. Ronnald Powell http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/ronald-powell?id=2543579 BOTTOM LINE Powell is a physically gifted, inconsistent, college “Buck” (hybrid defensive end/outside linebacker) with crude strength and athleticism. Has developmental value as a stand-up rush linebacker, but must dedicate himself to the craft and realize he’s no longer the big man on campus. Loucheiz Purifoy http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/loucheiz-purifoy?id=2543580 BOTTOM LINE Lean, fluid, fast, finesse cover man whose raw physical ability and testing numbers belie frustratingly uneven performance. Has starter-caliber athleticism and will buoy his stock when the stopwatches come out, but poor instincts, tackling and tape are reasons for pause. Marcus Roberson http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/marcus-roberson?id=2543581 BOTTOM LINE Lean, athletic, finesse cornerback who did not elevate his game in 2013 when injuries, suspension and inconsistency marred his junior season. Is best deployed in off-man or zone and could develop into a No. 2 or No. 3 corner if he regains his sophomore form, though he lacks desirable instincts and tackling ability. Jaylen Watkinshttp://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/jaylen-watkins?id=2543707 BOTTOM LINE A fluid, loose-hipped, versatile cover man who projects to a No. 3 or No. 4 corner in the pros, Watkins could most ideally fit in the slot, with enough physicality to defend the run and fine short-area cover skills to match up with shifty receivers.