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Day One

Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh … 6-1 … 285

Louis Nix*, Notre Dame … 6-2 … 331

Timmy Jernigan*, Florida State … 6-2 … 315

Ra’Shede Hageman, Minnesota … 6-6 … 310

Stephon Tuitt*, Notre Dame … 6-5 … 304

Day Two

Dominique Easley, Florida … 6-2 … 288

DaQuan Jones, Penn State … 6-4 … 322

Kelcy Quarles*, South Carolina … 6-4 … 297

Will Sutton, Arizona State … 6-0 … 303

Ego Ferguson*, Louisiana State … 6-3 … 315

Caraun Reid, Princeton … 6-2 … 302

Anthony Johnson*, Louisiana State … 6-2 … 308

Day Three

Daniel McCullers, Tennessee … 6-7 … 352

Justin Ellis, Louisiana Tech … 6-1 … 334

George Uko*, Southern Cal … 6-3 … 284

Deandre Coleman, California … 6-5 … 314

Zack Kerr, Delaware … 6-1 … 326

Jay Bromley, Syracuse … 6-3 … 306

Sleeper: Mike Pennel, Colorado State-Pueblo, 6-4, 332

*-underclassman

Pittsburgh’s Donald is the prototypical penetrator. He had 11 sacks and 28.5 tackles for loss in 13 games. He’s a dominator. … Nix is the top run-plugger in the draft and a true nose tackle. He had torn meniscus surgery in November. … Hageman has a giant body in the mold of ex-Jaguar John Henderson. He’s raw. … Jernigan is a great athlete who makes plays down the line. But there’s a bit of a worry that he’s not a nose tackle and doesn’t rush the passer enough. … Tuitt had a sub-par year for the Irish but has potential. He was great in 2012 but may have been too heavy in 2013. … Easley dominated before suffering an ACL injury, his second. If healthy, he’s like the Jets’ Sheldon Richardson. …. Penn State’s Jones has heft but rushes the passer well. He’s a quality pick. … Arizona State’s Sutton and LSU’s Ferguson both are risky. Sutton has weight issues. Ferguson started only one year. There’s a small sample size on him. The Gamecocks’ Quarles is a better bet. He had 9.5 sacks last year. … Caraun should be Princeton’s first pick in the top four rounds since 1966. … McCullers, nicknamed “Shade Tree,” weighed almost 400 pounds in junior college. He’s inconsistent. … Ellis could be a steal. He was good at the Senior Bowl.

The News’ 10-page NFL Draft Preview is part of Wednesday’s editions.