Tyler Wilson is one of the most accurate, if not the most accurate quarterback in this draft. But, he lacks in speed and agility. It will probably take him a few years in the league before he begins to make a name for himself.
Alvin Bailey, OL
Prediction: Mid Third Round
Alvin Bailey was a steady lineman for Arkansas playing both right and left guard. He is quick on the line and is able to block well for both the pass game and running game. In a few years, Bailey should be putting in some good minutes in the league.
Chris Gragg, TE
Prediction: Sixth Round
Chris Gragg made a name for himself in the NFL Combine. He posted a 4.5 40-yard dash, a 37.5 inch vertical, as well as a 7.08 3-cone drill, all which led tight ends. His athleticism and big frame make him a huge threat in the open field. His blocking skills lack heavily. If he improves the blocking area of his game, he should be able to pick up some minutes.
Knile Davis, RB
Prediction: Early/Mid Fourth Round
Knile Davis also made a name for himself during the NFL Combine. He posted a 4.37 40-yard dash along with 31 bench reps. Injury slowed down Davis' college career but he proved during the combine that he is healthy. Davis will have to work on protecting the ball and causing less turnovers/fumbles to be able to earn some playing time.
Dennis Johnson, RB
Prediction: Late Sixth Round
Dennis Johnson had two solid seasons under the Razorbacks after earning playing time due to Knile Davis' injury. Johnson is a powerful runner but is also very small. Johnson is also known to make plays in the passing game. He was not invited to the combine, which could potentially hurt him during the draft.
Cobi Hamilton, WR
Prediction: Late Fifth Round
Cobi Hamilton had an exceptional career as a Razorback. He is powerful, speedy and able to make big plays. Give him sometime to grow in the position and soon he will be making big plays in the league.