[SB Nation] - David DeCastro and Jonathan Martin are both currently projected as mid-first round picks and could use a strong showing at this week's NFL Combine to boost their stock even more. They will both arrive in Indianapolis on Wednesday and begin a multitude
[Bleacher Report] - David DeCastro is arguably the best offensive lineman in the entire NFL draft. He plays guard and will anchor the interior of an offensive line for years. A player like DeCastro is vital to any team as he is a plug-and-play type of player who will
[SB Nation] - In a new mock over at the Pewter Report, the Kansas City Chiefs are selecting Stanford guard David DeCastro with the eleventh pick. Eric Dellaratta writes, "It will be very hard for the Chiefs to pass up on the big Stanford offensive lineman.
[Bleacher Report] - Now, aside from expected first-rounders like Matt Kalil, David DeCastro and Riley Reiff, here are some overlooked mid-rounders who also deserve an opportunity in the pros. As if we need any more evidence, Wisconsin Badgers football produces solid NFL
[San Jose Mercury News] - Stanford appears a lock to have three first-round picks for the first time in school history in quarterback Andrew Luck, guard David DeCastro and tackle Jonathan Martin, with an outside shot at a fourth in tight end Coby Fleener.
[Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (blog)] - Finished blocks and played with an edge. Video of Konz here. G David DeCastro, OT Jonathan Martin (Stanford): Kept likely No. 1 overall pick Andrew Luck upright. Stanford allowed only 11 sacks the entire season. Both are billed first-round prospects.
[Opposing Views] - David DeCastro – G – Stanford, rJr., 6'5” 312 Lbs. – Far and away the best OG to enter the draft in years. He will go quickly in the first round. 2. Peter Konz – C – Wisconsin, rJr., 6'5” 315 Lbs. – Excellent combination of size, strength, quickness
[Cincinnati.com] - The Bengals have never taken a guard in the first round but Stanford's David DeCastro would be worth it. The pre-combine mock drafts have had DeCastro going anywhere from 12th to 21st. With Cedric Benson not expected to return, all of the top five
[San Antonio Express (blog)] overall pick to select 6-foot-5, 312-pound Stanford guard David DeCastro? “I think DeCastro's pretty sure,” NFL.com draft analyst Mike Mayock said in a teleconference last week. “You can plug him in and play him day one.” If the Cowboys do draft an
[ESPN (blog)] - David DeCastro, G, Stanford -- It's unusual for a guard to get picked as high as 16th, but DeCastro (6-5, 310) has special talent and the Jets may have a need, depending on Matt Slauson's recovery from shoulder surgery. Cordy Glenn, G/T
[Rant Sports] - Although safety is one of them, the Cowboys can't afford to pass on guys like Alabama linebacker Courtney Upshaw and Stanford guard David DeCastro. That's exactly what ESPN “draft expert” Mel Kiper is predicting, but he obviously doesn't know the team
[Yahoo! Sports (blog)] - But it certainly didn't hurt that Luck spent his entire college career behind a pair of All-American classmates, left tackle Jonathan Martin and guard David DeCastro, who arrived with luck as part of the unheralded recruiting class of 2008
[Yahoo! Sports (blog)] joining fellow juniors Andrew Luck, David DeCastro, Jonathan Martin and Coby Fleener in the first round of April's NFL Draft; if he returns at full speed this fall, the sky is the limit in — that is, if Stanford elects to keep him on the team.
[Music City Miracles] - by Jimmy on Feb 13, :00 PM CST in NFL Draft There are a lot of people around here who think that the Titans should draft David DeCastro, OG, Stanford with the 20th pick in the draft. There are even a few people who think the Titans should trade
[Pro Football Weekly] - By Jonah Rosenblum When David DeCastro was choosing what school to go to, he was frequently told that Stanford wouldn't get him to the National Football League. The future first-round draft pick didn't listen. "I love this school, I know football
[Revenge of the Birds] - As we go through the weeks leading up to the NFL draft, we are going to see all sorts of mock drafts. Some will stay steady and some will vary greatly. This week, the Cardinals are projected to go with offensive line help, but not at the tackle
[Behind the Steel Curtain] - The "up" this year, as far as Pittsburgh is concerned, centers around Stanford offensive guard David DeCastro. The question isn't the talent or the need, it's the price. A smart and mobile guard, DeCastro would start from Day 1, filling arguably the
[Arrowhead Addict] - CBS Sports rates David DeCastro as the 11th best prospect in this year's draft. Scout.Inc rates him as the 14th best prospect. It's difficult to judge one draft class against another however, Mike Iupati was rated as the 20th best prospect in so
[Music City Miracles] - Dan is really high on David DeCastro. He says the Titans should take him at 20 if he is available, but that the odds are he will be off the board. He did not seem very high on any of the pass rushers outside of that first tier.
[Bucs Nation (blog)] - One name that has never been mentioned, however, is David Decastro's. David Decastro was an outstanding offensive guard at Stanford, helping anchor the offensive line that protected Andrew Luck and produced an outstanding running game.
[Pro Football Weekly] - Stanford offensive line coach Mike Bloomgren noted that his two star prospects, OT Jonathan Martin and OG David DeCastro, seemed very eager to get back to work when he visited the duo in Arizona. "They both seem really excited to be getting back into
[The Landry Hat] to those who read slightly more sophisticated offerings will notice that on almost every mock draft there are really only two options mentioned for the Cowboys to take come late April: cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick or guard David DeCastro.