Greg Zuerlein, Missouri Western, 6-0, 187, 4.86 (40 time), Round 6-7. Transferred when Nebraska-Omaha dropped football in 2011. Huge leg. Hit 9 of 9 of more than 50 yards last season, including two from 58 yards. Was terrific at the East-West Shrine Game. Good touchback percentage.
Blair Walsh, Georgia, 5-9, 187, 4.96, Round 6-7. All-time leading scorer in the SEC. Coming off a rough senior season in which he made just 21 of 35 field goal attempts. Will have to prove he is mentally tough enough to overcome slumps.
Carson Wiggs, Purdue, 6-0, 221, 4.96, Round 7-FA. Made 19 of 25 field goals as a senior and has a career long of 59 yards. Bad weather is not a problem. Good Senior Bowl. Punted 55 times as a backup.
Randy Bullock, Texas A&M, 5-9, 205, 5.20, FA. Won the Lou Groza Award as college football’s top kicker after making 29 of 33 field goals with a career long of 52 yards. Very accurate at mid-range.
Dave Teggart, UConn, 6-0, 201, 5.29, FA. Northborough, Mass., native had three game-winning kicks in his career. Made 22 of 28 field goal attempts as a senior. Said he feels solid inside 60 yards, and expects to make kicks 55 and in. Will have to prove he can kick off.
Bryan Anger, California, 6-3, 208, 4.90, Round 5-6. Averaged 43.5 yards in his four-year career. Had 90 punts land inside the 20-yard line. Had a terrific Shrine Game with three kicks longer than 58 yards. Can rugby punt. Consistent hang times.
Shawn Powell, Florida State, 6-3, 248, 5.06, Round 6-7. Terrific all-around punter with a big leg. Can tilt field position. A three-step punter, which may need to be changed. Averaged 47 yards (42.2 net) as a senior. Can hold on placekicks. Durability a question.
Drew Butler, Georgia, 6-1, 203, 5.00, Round 6-7. Son of former longtime NFL kicker Kevin Butler. Very good leg and consistent hang time at the Senior Bowl. Not a great athlete. Hasn’t held on kicks. Averaged 44.2 yards as a senior.
Brad Nortman, Wisconsin, 6-2, 213, 4.94, Round 7-FA. Averaged 42.2 yards in his final season. Solid but not exceptional leg strength. Can kick off. Accustomed to bad weather.
Brian Stahovich, San Diego State, 5-11, 211, 4.85, FA.Averaged 43.8 yards as a senior. Excels at hang time. A little slow getting the ball off. Likely a practice squad candidate.
Nick Guess, Tennessee, (6-2, 232, 4.90, FA); Josh Harris, Auburn (6-0, 232, 4.80, FA); Braedyn Eagle, Portland State (6-1, 240, 5.18, FA); Kyle Wojta, Wisconsin (6-1, 230, 4.82, FA); Matt Camilli, UTEP (6-3 1/2, 239, 5.08, FA).
Compiled by Greg A. Bedard.