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Patriots’ selections on Day 3

Center Bryan Stork runs a drill during the Pro Day at Florida State University in March. (AP Photo/Colin Hackley)

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Center Bryan Stork runs a drill during the Pro Day at Florida State University in March.

Bryan Stork

Position: Center

Height: 6-4; Weight: 315

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Selection: Fourth round, 105th overall

College: Florida State

Strengths: Starting center for the national champion Seminoles, and the trigger man for the nation’s No. 2 scoring offense . . . Won the Rimington Trophy as the nation’s top center and was a first-team All-American.

Weaknesses: Not an explosive blocker; often plays too tall . . . Collegiate success was boosted by abundance of talent surrounding him on line . . . Received medical exclusion from scouting combine (knee, both shoulders).

James White

Position: Running back

Height: 5-9; Weight: 204

Selection: Fourth round, 130th overall

College: Wisconsin

Strengths: Part of the Badgers’ stable of strong backs, he averaged more than 1,000 yards rushing over his four seasons while logging 6.2 yards per tote . . . His 670 career receiving yards is a Wisconsin record for RBs . . . Number of fumbles in college: two.

Weaknesses: Not considered a plowhorse or three-down back; more of a change-of-pace type . . . Saw his kick-return role decrease to the point he had just one runback last season.

Cameron Fleming

Position: Offensive tackle

Height: 6-5; Weight: 323

Selection: Fourth round, 140th overall

College: Stanford

Strengths: Started 28 games at right tackle over his last two seasons . . . Part of a line that allowed just 1.14 sacks per game in 2013, 11th best in nation . . . All-Pac-12 second team as a senior . . . Graduated with a degree in aeronautics and astronautics.

Weaknesses: Size can work against him against faster edge rushers . . . Effectiveness decreases on the second level . . . Attractive pedigree, but is he too nice?

Jon Halapio

Position: Guard

Height: 6-3; Weight: 323

Selection: Sixth round, 179th overall

College: Florida

Strengths: Team captain as a senior . . . Tough to beat in one-on-one matchups in the trenches . . . Hands measure 10¼ inches . . . Missed just two games in 2013 despite suffering a pectoral tear during summer workouts.

Weaknesses: Battled through myriad injuries throughout his time in Gainesville . . . Will need work to expand his role beyond right guard . . . Tied for the lowest vertical jump (21½ inches) of any offensive lineman at scouting combine.

Zach Moore

Position: Defensive end

Height: 6-5; Weight: 269

Selection: Sixth round, 198th overall

College: Concordia-St. Paul (Minn.)

Strengths: The first player from Concordia to be drafted, and the first player drafted from the Northern Sun Conference since 1992 (also by the Patriots, WR Wayne Hawkins) . . . A two-time team captain and two-time Division 2 All-American.

Weaknesses: Will have to prove himself as a Division 2 product, from a sub-.500 team no less . . . Still a raw talent despite his 33 career sacks.

Jemea Thomas

Position: Safety

Height: 5-9; Weight: 192

Selection: Sixth round, 206th overall

College: Georgia Tech

Strengths: Hard-hitting safety who also has starting experience at cornerback . . . Well-rounded defender who led the Yellow Jackets in INTs in 2012 and then in tackles in 2013 . . . Could be an immediate help on special teams.

Weaknesses: Lacks the size to match up with taller receivers and tight ends . . . Seems to have played to his ceiling in college . . . Strained a back muscle while bench pressing at the scouting combine.

Jeremy Gallon

Position: Wide receiver

Height: 5-7; Weight: 185

Selection: Seventh round, 244th overall

College: Michigan

Strengths: Led Wolverines in receiving two years running, with program-record 1,373 yards in 2013 . . . Set a Big Ten record with 369 receiving yards (on 14 catches) against Indiana Oct. 19 . . . Noted for his ability to find seams in zone coverage.

Weaknesses: Must compensate for small stature and moderate speed . . . Not a downfield threat . . . Will need to prove himself as a return man in camp to earn a roster spot.

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