Jacob Capra, OL, San Diego State (6-foot-5, 300 pounds)
Played left guard in long season with the Aztecs. … Spent first three years at Oregon. … Played in 13 games with the Ducks in 2019, starting four games at right tackle and two at left tackle. … Appeared in 15 games with one start in his first two seasons at Oregon.
Coy Cronk, OL, Iowa (6-4, 318)
Played one year at Iowa as a graduate transfer. … Made two starts at right tackle before missing the Hawkeyes’ last six contests due to injury. … Was at Indiana from 2016-19. … In 2019 started the first four games at left tackle before suffering a season-ending injury. … Started 12 games at left tackle in 2017 for the Hoosiers and 11 in ’18.
Jon Dietzen, OL, Wisconsin (6-5, 312)
Started seven games in 2020 – four at left guard, one at right guard and two at left tackle. … Retired after the 2018 season due to injuries before returning last year. … Played in 42 games with 39 starts, with 24 starts coming at left guard and 14 at left tackle.
Bailey Gaither, WR, San Jose State (6-0, 188)
Had 41 catches for 725 yards with four touchdowns in seven games as a sixth-year senior in 2020. … Posted 52 receptions for 812 yards and six TDs in 2019. … Tied for second all-time in receiving touchdowns (18) and fourth in receiving yards (2,227) in Aztecs history. … Key player on San Jose special teams units. … Ran a 4.45 in the 40-yard dash at his Pro Day.
Jack Heflin, DT, Iowa (6-3, 304)
Former walk-on at Northern Illinois spent 2020 as a graduate transfer with the Hawkeyes. … Started all eight Iowa games at tackle and recorded 21 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss and one sack. … In 2019 led Northern Illinois in TFL (8.5) and sacks (3) and was named an honorable mention All-American by Pro Football Focus and second-team All-MAC by the conference’s coaches.
Carlo Kemp, DT, Michigan (6-3, 281)
Had 21 tackles, three tackles for loss and two sacks in 2020 as a fifth-year senior. … Played in 46 games at Michigan with 29 starts, finishing with 81 tackles, 10 TFL and 4.5 sacks. … Had 40 tackles, 4.5 TFL and two sacks in 2019.
Christian Uphoff, S, Illinois State (6-3, 209)
Didn’t play in the Cardinals’ spring season, opting out to concentrate on the NFL draft. … First player in Illinois State to appear in the Senior Bowl, where he was named top safety on the National squad. … In 2019, playing 15 games at free safety, recorded 70 tackles, 5.5 TFL, seven passes broken up and two interceptions. … Also returned six kicks for a 29.5-yard average. … Led the Missouri Valley Conference with a kick-return average of 26.1 yards in 2018.