Dec 28, 2013; Charlotte, NC, USA; North Carolina Tar Heels tight end Eric Ebron (85) tries to catch a pass during the second quarter against the Cincinnati Bearcats at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

Ben Natan's NFL Draft Twitter Mailbag

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@JoshCollachi: Best Small School Offensive Prospect in the draft?

By far the best small school prospect in the draft is North Dakota State’s Billy Turner (OL). He is a strong, incredibly athletic tackle who shows a lot of refinement in his game to match ability. He has the talent to play at tackle in the NFL, but his skill set makes him look like a first round guard prospect.

@Randy_Chambers: Is De’Anthony Thomas better off switching to CB or can he really thrive on offense?

Thomas has a lot of speed going for him and is deadly in the open field. He should stick to offense, but he is definitely not a running back in the NFL. A team needs to figure a way to get him in space and give him 10 or so touches in a game.

@tylerjwarriner: If Cedric Ogbuehi declares, where is he ranked for you?

Ogbuehi is an incredibly talented right tackle at Texas A&M. He moves well and is a very good technician. He ranks as my 28th overall player and third offensive tackle.

@chemdawg22: What QB best fits Cleveland at pick four?

Without knowing what the offensive scheme is going to look like in Cleveland, I still have to give them the best available Quarterback on the board. With Teddy Bridgewater most likely selected, Derek Carr should be on his way to Ohio. The strong armed passer has the ability to stretch the field and threaten a defense absolutely anywhere.

@JMinn13 All this talk about a deep WR class. How many can be an NFL WR1? Can you find some in the late 2nd-early 3rd round?

This class is indeed loaded with talented receivers and I could say at least 20 of them could be very productive players in the NFL. Everything is scheme dependant in the end, but there is a player with a skill set for every scheme at the next level.

@TeamEbron: Best offensive fit for Eric Ebron?

Ebron is the best tight end in this class by far and is incredibly talented. He has size, strength and incredible speed for the position. Basically, if an offensive coordinator can’t work Ebron into their offense, they should be fired.

@SportsSpokenReal: What do you think of Ka’Deem Carey?

Carey is a decent athlete with good quickness, agility, speed and vision. His best asset though is his attitude while running. He is very aggressive and seems to run angry, which is surprising for a smaller back (Under 200 pounds). He will need to add some more weight, but he has a great future in the NFL and could be a featured back.

@DraftKlassen: With Ifo Ekpre-Olomu Returning, who is Oregon’s best defensive prospect.

Despite some horrible technical issues and motor questions, defensive lineman Taylor Hart is an absolute freak of nature. He is an athletic freak who a coach is going to fall in love with. If he plays to his full potential, he is J.J. Watt.

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