Rob Rang from CBSSports/NFLdraftscout is one of the better draftniks out there - probably on a par with Tony Pauline, and just behind Rich Gosselin and Nolan Nawrocki. He came out with this yesterday: Diamonds in the Rough: Beavers' Canfield could trump Tebow - NFL - CBSSports.com - NFLDraftScout.com Interestingly, several of his players singled out were singled out in my December 1 mock offseason, and a couple were picks for the Pats: - TE Jimmy Graham, Miami, 6-8, 260, 4.72: "In terms of producing NFL talent, 'The U' can hardly be characterized as 'the rough,' but Graham, a former basketball standout for the 'Canes, certainly has flashed enough to attract the attention of NFL scouts. Little was expected of Graham when he decided to play football this year, but he has proved to be a reliable end zone target. His rare size and athleticism could warrant a late-round selection as a developmental prospect." I had us taking Graham in the 6th round. He'd be a nice red zone target for Brady. - OG Mike Iupati, Idaho, 6-5, 330, 5.20: "Moscow, Idaho, might sound foreign, but NFL scouts have become well acquainted with the Vandals campus with their scouting of this massive blocker. NFLDraftScout.com's top-rated guard since September, Iupati's girth, physicality and surprising athleticism stand out on film. If he can duplicate his success in the WAC at the Senior Bowl, Iupati could earn a first-round grade -- a rare accomplishment for a pure guard." I had the Steelers taking him in the 1st, and as a possible Pats pick if he lasted to the 2nd round. - OT/G Vladimir Ducasse, Massachusetts, 6-5, 330, 5.32. I had him as a possible sleeper pick at OG or possibly RT for us, and gave him to Dallas in the 3rd round. - DE Austen Lane, Murray State, 6-6, 258, 4.65: "The preseason Ohio Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Year after posting 63 tackles, 22 tackles for loss and 12 sacks in 2008, Lane was double-teamed on nearly every snap this season. It hasn't helped -- Lane has been nearly as statistically dominant (64 tackles, 19.5 tackles for loss, 11 sacks in 11 games). Quick off the snap and possessing very long arms (reportedly 37 inches), Lane could join the likes of Jared Allen (Idaho State), DeMarcus Ware (Troy) and Robert Mathis (Alabama A&M) as productive pass rushers from the so-called 'small schools.' " I had us taking him #70 in the 3rd round (in a trade with Kansas City). It's a nice read, with a lot of guys listed to possibly keep an eye on.