Convicts, drop-outs and busts. That's the thing most people might remember the most about the Class of 2004 when it's all said and done. In looking back at the Lone Star Recruiting rankings in 2004, there aren't many bright spots outside of Heisman runner-up Adrian Peterson and former Texas...[details]
The good: A starter of 39 games at Texas, Okam has a big frame with long arms and a wide base that allows him to play effectively on the inside. He can hold the point of attack as a run defender or even push the pocket against pass plays. Okam was ranked among the top players at his position heading into his senior season.
The bad: He has fallen hard and fast after what was just a decent senior season, which was followed by a disappointing postseason. He was ranked as a marginal top 50 prospect in August of 2007, but his lack of steady improvement and production has caused him to rank among the fastest falling players in the draft.
This is special to Rivals.com from Frank Coyle. Coyle has written about the NFL Draft in his newsletter for more than...[Complete Bio]