Carrington was the guy who came out of nowhere at the Senior Bowl this week. It's still not clear to me how high he will go, or where he is best suited to play. But I thought he rated his own thread. Here's what Eric Edhold from ProFootballWeekly had to say about him: "I knew zilch about this guy coming into the week. Nada. But he was one of the first guys to catch my eye in what appeared to be a so-so group of North team defensive linemen. First, you notice the size â€” he's 6-5 and 284 pounds â€” and you think, 'Man, this kid looks like a base end in a 4-3 defense or even a five-technique in a 3-4. Then, you notice the quickness. He flew off the snap and really harassed most of the North offensive linemen, frustrating them with his strength and quickness. Even Mike Iupati, probably the best lineman in town and a possible top-15 pick when it's all said and done, was completely manhandled by Carrington on one play. One of my regrets was not getting a chance to talk to him this week. I will be running by the hotel today and hope to snag his number so we can get a Q&A with him down the road. Once I started reading about Carrington, it was clear that he didn't always play up to his potential in college. But he dominated on the small-school level and came into Mobile and did the same thing. Carrington looks like Jarron Gilbert, who was a high third-rounder last year, but to me might be a better player. In fact, the talk now is that he is a second-rounder for sure." ProFootballWeekly.com - Five Senior Bowl players whom I learned about Thoughts? I personally still think he goes 3rd round like Gilbert, unless he dominates at the Combine the way he did at the Senior Bowl.