3rd Round (64th)
Gratz combines NFL height and overall strength. He stays low in his stance and when opening up in bail coverage and has good closing ability. He is an aggressive hitter and can put his helmet on the ball or cut down ballcarriers equally well near the line or in space.
3rd Round (66th)
Moore is a disciplined linebacker who follows through on his assignments and maintains his gap responsibilities prevent cutbacks. He is a solid tackler, able to break down and securely wrap the ballcarrier�s torso or leg for minimal yards after the catch.
3rd Round (70th)
Wreh-Wilson is a tall, tough corner. He owns the closing speed to cut down receivers quickly after the catch when playing off, and uses his long arms to knock the ball away out of their hands. But he also presents short-area foot quickness to stay with receivers when tight on the line, as well as the powerful extension to knock them off their routes.
4th Round (124th)
Williams is an explosive athlete with natural edge-rush ability. He is a consistent threat to round the edge on every play and has big-time closing burst in space. He exhibits an impressive lateral quickness when countering back to the inside from the edge and may have the best pure get-off of any edge rusher in this year's class.
6th Round (201st)
Griffin passes the eye test with good size for the position. He has quick hands and length to extend and snatch the ball out of the air, using very good focus to adjust to off-target throws. Griffin does a nice job locating and going up to get it to bring it down, securing over-the-middle catches and showing natural ball skills.
Smith was the Huskie's 2010 leading receiver with 46 receptions for 615 yards and two touchdowns in 13 games played - all starts.
East Windsor, N.J.
The Hun School
Williams is a wide receiver and kick returner. In the Husky career record book he is first in yards per return average with 28.3, and is tied for third in number of KO returns with 55.
Delahunt is an effective blocking tight end that does a good job as a pass catcher in underneath coverage.
St. Paul's/The Hun School (N.J.)
Johnson is an experienced player who started all 12 games in his final season at Connecticut. He totaled 95 tackles, second on the team, including 37 solo, and registered 6.5 tackles for loss and forced two fumbles.
Masters is an experienced offensive tackle who has made 23 starts during his UConn career.
Shawnee/Cheshire (Conn.) Academy
Wirth saw action on both the defensive line and on special teams for the Huskies.
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