Archive for June, 2012

The Big Ten placed three players in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft, including a pair if prospects from Illinois.  There’s a distinct possibility the conference doubles the number of players selected in the first round next April, with still another pair coming from Illinois. Posted: All Big Ten Schools


Rnd Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
1stAkeem SpenceDT944JrPotentially dominant defensive lineman that has shown immense skill the past two years. Athletic, explosive and offers the ability to be used in a variety of NFL systems.
1-2Terry HawthorneCB14SrTerrific cornerback with the ability to shutdown opponents. Offers starting potential for the next level and a potential number one cornerback.
1-2Michael BuchananDE994SrAthletic college defensive end with nice length and movement skills. Could eventually develop into a defensive lineman for the next level and will also get looks standing up over tackle in a 34.
3rdJonathan BrownOLB453JrHard-working yet undersized middle linebacker with a nose for the football.
5thGraham PocicC765SrTough, strong center with both size and strength. Better in a small area and struggles moving on his feet.
5thHugh ThorntonG724SrAthletic lineman with a developing game. Has an upside and could make a big move up draft boards.
FAGlenn FosterDT475SrTough, competitive interior defensive lineman with limited size. Will have a place at the next level as a backup.
FAEvan WilsonTE893JrAthletic tight end that showed flashes yet must develop a complete game.
FANathan ScheelhaaseQB24JrSolid college quarterback with marginal physical skills for the next level.


Rnd Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
5thLarry Black JrDT975SrFiery one gap defensive tackle that’s tough to move off the point. More of a space eater than playmaker.
FAWill MatteC605Sr
FAAdam ReplogleDT984SrTough, hard-working defender with limited physical skills.
FATed BolserTE844JrRelatively athletic tight end who is out of place in Indiana’s offensive system.


Rnd Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
5thJames MorrisILB443JrTough, run defending linebacker that shows ability in pursuit or making plays outside the box.
5thMicah HydeCB184SrDeveloping cornerback that flashes skills. Highly rated by NFL scouts though we feel he’s slightly overrated.
6thTanner MillerS53JrSolid straight line safety best between the numbers.
7thBrad RogersFB384JrTerrific lead blocker that opens up big holes for the ball carrier at the line of scrimmage or on the second level.
7-FAChristian KirkseyOLB203JrExplosive and athletic linebacker with size limitations.
FAKeenan DavisWR64Sr
FAJames VandenbergQB165SrSolid short and intermediate passing quarterback with a nice feel for the position.


RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
1-2Taylor LewanT774JrKing sized left tackle with solid movement skills and flexibility. May be better off on the right side but comes with a large upside.
3-4Patrick OmamehG655SrAthletic, explosive guard the turns defenders off the line of scrimmage and shows tremendous skill blocking in motion. Must learn to finish blocks but has an upside.
3-4J.T. FloydCB125SrExplosive cornerback that flashes the ability to shutdown opponents. Sized well.
4thFitzgerald ToussaintRB284JrQuick, creative ball carrier that also excels catching the ball out of the backfield.
4thDenard RobinsonWR164SrTremendous athlete that beats opponents with his arm or legs. Does not have the skills to be a quarterback in the NFL yet could be an Antwaan Randle El. type.
4thCraig RohDE884SrTall, athletic defender who can rush the passer out of a three-point stance or stand up over tackle. Was disappointing last season after a tremendous campaign in 2010.
5thKenny DemensILB255SrStout, run defending linebacker with a terrific head for the ball. Very good in the box or up the field. Comes off a slightly disappointing junior season.
6thMichael SchofieldG754JrLarge, strong lineman with growth potential. Offers possibilities at both guard and tackle yet needs to improve his playing balance and finish his game.
7thJordan KovacsS325SrRun defending safety best between the numbers. Special teams prospect.
FARoy RoundtreeWR125SrQuick, elusive slot receiver type that must show more consistency in his game. Almost a non-factor last season after turning in a tremendous campaign in 2010.
FARocko KhouryC635SrUnderrated backup with good size, strength and explosion. Left the Michigan program in the spring.

Michigan State

RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
2-3Dion SimsTE804JrTerrific tight end prospect that looks like an offensive lineman on the field. Powerful blocker that also presents himself as an effective intermediate pass catching threat.
3rdChris NormanOLB104SrAthletic yet undersized linebacker that goes sideline to sideline, covers a lot of area on the field and makes plays on the ball.
4thWilliam GholstonDE23JrOverrated college defensive end that flashes skill. Shows the ability to be a disruptive force yet does not play with a sense of urgency and takes too many downs off.
4thLe’Veon BellRB243JrNice sized ball carrier that can handle the load. Plays with good quickness, can make defenders miss and break tackles. Also a terrific pass catcher out of the backfield.
4-5Johnny AdamsCB55SrSolid cornerback with good ball skills. Needs to polish his game but lacks top corner speed and somewhat overrated.
5thDenicos AllenOLB284JrSmall yet explosive one gap linebacker that goes sideline to sideline and makes plays in every direction of the field.
6-7Max BulloughILB403JrAggressive run defending linebacker that shows a good head for the ball. Average athlete with limited playing speed.
7thIsaiah LewisS93JrSwift, quick safety that shows toughness against the run and skill in coverage. Slightly undersized.
FADan FranceT594JrMechanically sound college left tackle with a developing game. May ultimately move to the right side.
FAFou FonotiT514JrStrong, small area blocker with tremendous explosion at the point of attack. Offers an upside.
FATyler HooverDE915SrTall, hard-working defensive lineman with limitations. Missed most of last season with injury.
FAChris McDonaldG625SrStrong, small area blocker that opens the running lanes.


RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
FAMike RallisOLB265SrFiery linebacker that’s sells out on every play. Tough against the run and effective on the blitz.
FAKeanon CooperOLB45SrSmall yet very quick linebacker that covers a lot of area on the field and makes plays in every direction.
FASpencer ReevesOLB84SrSlightly undersized yet explosive linebacker with the ability to chase the action in pursuit.
FATroy StoudermireCB115SrOne time highly rated cornerback returning from injury.
FAMarQueis GrayWR55SrNice sized athlete who lined up at quarterback last season. Projects to either receiver or safety at the next level.
FAD.L. WilhiteDE955SrUndersized college defensive end with good movement skills who will get looks at outside linebacker.


RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
3rdWill ComptonILB515SrFierce, competitive linebacker that makes plays sideline to sideline. Shows good speed as well as instincts.
3-4Andrew GreenCB114Jr
6thBaker SteinkuhlerDT555SrExplosive interior lineman that shows the ability to get behind the line scrimmage. Lacks strength at the point and more of a first mover lineman.
6thCameron MeredithDE345SrSemi-athletic defensive end that breaks down well, plays with good pad level and works hard to get to the action. Lacks classic size and does not show a great closing burst to the ball. Possesses good size as well as growth potential and someone to keep an eye on.
7thJeremiah SirlesT714JrYoung developing lineman with a lot of upside. Used on the left side and has a skill, size and body type better suited to be a strong side tackle.
7thBen CottonTE815SrLarge, strong blocking tight end that also does well as an intermediate pass catcher.
7-FAKenny BellWR803SoQuick, nimble receiver that shows skill running after the catch. Possible slot wide out for the next level.
FARex BurkheadRB224SrStraight line runner with solid instincts yet limited upside.
FADaimion StaffordS34Sr
FAP.J. SmithS134SrNice sized safety that’s tough against the run and displays the ability to cover the pass. Has an upside.
FATaylor MartinezQB34Jr


RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
FAPatrick WardT704SrRelatively athletic tackle that shows skill in pass protection and as a run blocker.
FANeal DeitersT795SrOne time highly rated prospect that was moved into a reserve role last season.
FAQuentin WilliamsDE885SrAthletic college defensive end that shows the ability to make plays in every direction. Undersized and likely to make the transition to outside linebacker at the next level.

Ohio State

RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
1stJohnathan HankinsDT523JrMassive interior lineman that commands double teams while also showing good movement skills. Offers a huge upside.
2-3Etienne SabinoILB64SrAthletic linebacker that makes plays sideline to sideline as well as up the field.
2-3Jack MewhortG744JrTerrific small area blocker that plays with solid fundamentals, strength and easily controls defenders.
3rdAndrew NorwellT783JrRelatively athletic tackle prospect that showed consistent improvement last season. Strong yet also moves well on his feet.
3rdBradley RobyCB253SoUnderrated cornerback that plays an aggressive game. Consistently shuts down opponents and displays top ball skills.
4thZach BorenFB444SrTerrific lead blocker that can be dominant at the point of attack and is also a productive pass catcher out of the backfield.
4-5John SimonDE544SrUndersized yet workman lineman that shows great explosion on the inside.
6thC.J. BarnettS43JrReminds us of former Buckeye Kurt Coleman.
5-6Reid FragelT884SrBlocking tight end that moves to offensive tackle this season. Has a large upside and is getting rave reviews at his new position.
7thJordan HallRB74SrSomewhat elusive and creative ball carrier that really does not stand out in any single aspect of the game.
7thMarcus HallT794JrUndeveloped yet talented offensive line prospect with a large upside.
7thOrhian JohnsonS195SrImposing looking safety that flashes skill. Has an upside.
FAJake StoneburnerTE115SrSolid pass catching tight end that always comes away with the difficult grab. Gives effort blocking yet lacks functional football strength.
FATravis HowardCB75SrAdequate college cornerback with marginal physical skills.
FANathan WilliamsDE434Sr
FAGarrett GoebelDT535SrQuick, competitive one gap defensive lineman that struggles getting off blocks.

Penn State

RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
5thGerald HodgesOLB64SrAthletic and fiery linebacker that shows skill defending the run or covering the pass.
5-6Matt StankiewitchC545SrStout blocker on the pivot who easily controls defenders once engaged in a block.
6-7Luke GrahamT534JrSolid tackle prospect that will also get consideration at guard.
7thMichael MautiOLB425SrTough, hard-working linebacker with a solid game. Has an injury history including a knee injury which kept him on the sidelines most of 2011.
FAJustin BrownWR194SrNice sized possession receiver who comes away with the tough grab.
FASilas ReddRB243Jr
FAJordan HillDT474SrSmall yet explosive and competitive one gap tackle and makes plays in every direction of the field.
FADevon SmithWR34SrSmall yet speedy receiver that’s a threat to take it the distance any time he touches the ball. Recently left the Penn State team.
FAGlenn CarsonILB403JrTough, two down linebacker with limited playing speed.
FAKhairi ForttOLB113JrAthletic prospect that flashes skill yet possesses an undeveloped game.


RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
1stKawann ShortDT935SrBig bodied defensive tackle that impacts the game when he wants to. Offers a lot of skill yet does not always play up to his level of ability.
6-7Peters DreyC675SrWell sized college center that does the little things well. Should get better in time.
FAJosh JohnsonCB284SrTough cornerback that has shown flashes the past two years.


RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
1-2Ricky WagnerT585SrNice sized tackle that blocks with solid fundamentals. Slightly overrated in our opinion and a lesser version of Gabe Carimi.
1-2Montee BallRB284SrTerrific ball carrier with the ability to be a feature back at the next level. Can handle a lot of carries, elusive and also instinctive. Solid receiver out of the backfield. Underrated.
2-3Marcus CromartieCB145SrDeveloping cornerback with a high upside. Plays a physical game, possesses top ball skills and consistently makes positive plays.
2-3Travis FrederickC724JrDominant small area blocker with the ability to be used at center or guard. Annihilates opponents at the point of attack yet must improve his mechanics and consistently block with leverage.
3-4Danny O’BrienQB54JrBig armed quarterback that can make all the passes and has an upside. Must improve his decision making. Maryland transfer
3-4Chris BorlandILB444JrTough, instinctive linebacker that goes hard to make plays. Effective outside the box and also up the field.
6thJared AbbrederisWR44JrSlim, one speed receiver with dependable hands and a good feel for the game. Also produces returning punts.
6-7James WhiteRB203JrSwift, elusive ball carrier with the ability to create his own yardage.
7thMike TaylorOLB535SrActive linebacker that goes hard sideline to sideline yet possesses just ordinary physical skills.
7thJacob PedersenTE484JrReliable pass catching tight end that gives effort in all areas yet lacks great physical skills.
FADavid GilbertDE114SrAthletic lineman that flashes skill yet must put together a complete game. Sat on the sidelines most of last season with a foot injury.

Future First Rounder?West Virginia has left the Big East with Syracuse and Pittsburgh soon to follow.  Meanwhile the conference welcomes back Temple, a former member once shown the door by the league.  WVU and Syracuse both put a player in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft.  Here’s a look at the top prospects heading toward the 2013 event.  Rutgers, South Florida, Syracuse, Temple posted.


Rnd Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
3rdWalter StewartOLB545SrWell rounded defender that could develop into one of the top 3-4 outside linebackers if he takes his game to the next level.
6thDeven DraneS113Jr
7-FAMaalik BomarOLB44SrSlightly undersized yet athletic linebacker that makes plays sideline to sideline.
FACamerron CheatthamCB215SrDeveloping corner with good size and skill.
FAScott JohnsonCB54SrSmallish defensive back that gives a lot of effort against the run or defending the pass. Potential nickel for a zone system.


Rnd Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
2ndBlidi Wreh-WilsonCB55SrBig, physical cornerback with a lot of upside potential. Shows the ability to shutdown opponents yet must return to form after struggling with a knee injury last season.
4thSio MooreOLB35SrUndersized yet explosive linebacker who shows speed and play making ability in every direction of the field.
5-6Yawin SmallwoodOLB333SoQuick and explosive linebacker that stacks well against the run and also effectively makes plays in space.
6thRyan GriffinTE945SrSolid tight end with a complete game. Effective blocker that also looks natural catching the ball.
7-FADwayne GratzCB245SrPotential zone cornerback best facing the action.
FATrevardo WilliamsDE484SrAthletic college defensive end with terrific movement skills and the ability to make plays in every direction of the field. Will get consideration at linebacker for the next level.
FAJerome JuniorS155SrKing sized safetywho looks imposing on the field and flashes skill. Dismissed from the UConn program earlier this season.
FAMichael SmithWR65SrNFL rated receiver who was academically ineligible in 2011.
FAAdam MastersT635SrVersatile offensive line prospect with the ability to be used at several blocking spots.
FAJesse JosephDE915SrAdequate one gap defensive end that flashes ability.
FAJohn DelahuntTE895SrEffective blocking tight end that does a good job as a pass catcher in underneath coverage.


Rnd Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
6thMario BenavidesC555SrExplosive zone blocking center effective in motion. Blocks with terrific fundamentals and outstanding with the shotgun snap. Lacks great strength and struggles finishing blocks.
FAPreston BrownILB23JrInstinctive small area linebacker effective in space.
FADominique BrownRB103JrBig strong ball carrier that moves the pile and picks up the tough yardage.
FAHakeem SmithS294JrUndersized yet tough and explosive safety that flashes a lot of skill.
FAAndrell SmithWR144Sr
FAShenard HoltonS364Sr


Rnd Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
4thRay GrahamRB14SrSwift, elusive ball carrier with the ability to create yardage. Offers a variety of skill yet returning from a major knee injury.
4thTodd ThomasOLB83SoAthletic, three down linebacker that goes sideline to sideline.
6thMike ShanahanWR875SrTough, sure handed possession receiver that does the little things well.
FAChris JacobsonG546SrTough, nasty blocker that missed almost the entire ’11 season with a knee injury.  Draftable if he gets back to prior playing form.
FAJarred HolleyS185SrAggressive safety best in the box.
FATino SunseriQB125SrSolid college quarterback with limited upside for the next level.
FAMike CruzTE845SrDeveloping tight end with good size and physical skills yet very rough around the edges. Left the Pittsburgh program prior to the 2011 season and has not shown up anywhere else.


Rnd Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
3rdSteve BeauharnaisILB424SrTerrific linebacker prospect that can be used in the middle or on the outside. Quick, fast and strong. Offers starting ability in a variety of NFL systems.
3-4Logan RyanCB114JrWell sized cornerback that displays the physical and mechanical skills to develop into a second corner on the next level.
4-5Khaseem GreeneOLB205SrAthletic defender that goes sideline to sideline. Strong against the run and flashes skill against the pass. Former safety likely to be listed at linebacker on most boards.
5thJawan JamisonRB233SoSmallish yet explosive ball carrier that has some Ray Rice in his game. Large upside.
5-6Mark HarrisonWR814SrBig, possession receiver that easily wins out in battles. Has a developing game and the ability to turn into a solid third receiver at the next level.
5-6D.C. JeffersonTE105SrAthletic tight end with the speed to stretch the seam and get downfield as a pass catcher. Flashes skill as a blocker yet must improve his football strength.
6thMichael BurtonFB463SoTremendous lead blocker that also stands out catching the ball out of the backfield. Will have an opportunity to see significant playing time this season.
FABrandon ColemanWR174JrKing sized receiver with a variety of skills yet an inconsistent game.
FAJamil MerrellOLB924JrUndersized college defensive end that projects to outside linebacker. Flashes pass rush skill.
FABrandon JonesCB255SrDeveloping cornerback with the ability to play nickel at the next level.
FAAndre CivilT664Jr
FADuron HarmonS324Sr
FAScott ValloneDT945SrHard-working, interior lineman that gets the most from his ability yet has limited upside.

South Florida

Rnd Full Name Pos Num Yr Comments
3rdCory GrissomDT465SrTough, explosive space eater in the middle the line that shows the ability to get behind the line of scrimmage make plays.
7-FAEvan LandiTE94SrTough possession receiver that consistently comes away with the difficult grab. Also effective as a blocker. Lined up at tight end last season.
FAJohn LejisteS85SrProductive safety that can defend the run, shut down the pass and has shown a developing game.
FARyne GiddinsDE974JrSlightly undersized college defensive end that shows skill as a pass rusher.
FADemetris MurrayRB215SrNice sized ballcarrier that grinds it out on the inside and picks up a lot yardage off initial contact.
FAB.J. DanielsQB35SrAthletic quarterback with a big arm yet an undisciplined passer that must develop into an NFL signal caller.
FAKayvon WebsterCB64Sr
FAMark PopekT745Sr


Rnd Full Name Pos NumYrComments
2-3Marquis SpruillOLB114JrThree down linebacker with a tremendous future. Terrific against the run and outstanding in coverage.
5thRyan NassibQB125SrAccurate college passer with a live arm. Could move up draft boards with a big senior campaign.
FAAlec LemonWR154SrReliable pass catcher that shows the ability to make receptions down the field.
FABrandon SharpeDE914SrRotational defensive and occasionally stood up over tackle.
FAJustin PughT744Sr
FAMarcus SalesWR55Sr


RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
FAMatt BrownRB224SrSmall yet tough skill player that can be used as a ball carrier, pass catcher and return specialist.
FAJohn YoubotyDE115SrUndersized yet athletic defender that makes plays in every direction. Potential 4-3/end or 3-4/outside linebacker.

Film work for the 2103 NFL Draft began three weeks ago.  For some prospects its nothing more than a continuation of our work the previous two summers.  We start our summer scouting series with a breakdown of the Mid-American Conference, a league which will offer a number of middle round choices.


Rnd Full Name Pos Num Year Comments
FAJawon ChisholmRB443SoSlippery ball carrier that creates yardage and is also a solid receiver out of the backfield.
FAJosh RichmondS335SrAverage sized safety that flashes ability.

Ball State

Rnd Full Name Pos Numr Year Comments
FATravis FreemanILB84SrStrong, nice sized linebacker effective against the run. Must pick up the intensity and consistently play at a high level.
FANathan OllieDT923JrExplosive, quick interior lineman that makes plays in every direction. Potential three technique lineman for the next level.
FAKelly PageQB55SrOne time highly rated passer that’s fallen down the depth chart..

Bowling Green

Round Full Name Pos Number Year Comments
7-FAJordon RoussosG734SrCollege left tackle better inside at guard. Terrific position/zone blocker that moves very well on his feet.
FAJerry GatesCB243JrVersatile defensive back that shows a lot of skill on the field. Also excels as a return specialist.
FADwayne WoodILB54SrSmall but active linebacker best defending the run. Lacks great skill in pursuit and easily taken from the action by blocks.
FAMatt SchilzQB74Jr


Rnd Full Name Pos Num Year Comments
4thKhalil MackOLB464JrTerrific 3-4 outside linebacker that can rush the passer or make plays in pursuit. Nice athlete with an upside.
FAPat WilsonT704JrFundamentally sound blocker that plays tackle in college yet may be better off inside at guard. Missed 2011 with a shoulder injury.
FAGokhan OzkanT795SrMassive right tackle prospect with a raw game. Terrific strength and showed steady development in 2011.
FAAlex NeutzWR194JrTall, sure handed receiver with limited quickness and speed.
FABranden OliverRB324JrPotential third down back that creates his own yardage while also displaying terrific skills as a pass catcher out of the backfield.

Central Michigan

Rnd Full Name Pos Num Year Comments
4-5Jahleel AddaeS45SrExplosive safety with a developing game. Fierce defending the run and possesses good ball skills in coverage.
6thJake OlsonT735SrTerrific tackle prospect with the ability to annihilate opponents. Tall, strong with growth potential. Seemed to lose a step off his game last year after missing the 2010 season with a knee injury.
7-FAEric FisherT794SrSolid tackle prospect with nice size and strength. Offers the versatility to be used at several positions on the line.
FALorenzo WhiteCB25SrNice sized cornerback that’s shown flashes of shutdown ability the past two years.
FATyler LombardoFB423JrNasty lead blocker that easily controls opponents yet must finish his game.
FARyan RadcliffQB85SrNice sized cornerback with a live arm. Displays erratic accuracy which results in a loss of opportunities.

Eastern Michigan

Rnd Full Name Pos Num Year Comments
FAGarrett HoskinsTE854SrNice sized tight end that displays a lot of skill as an in line blocker. Adequate pass catcher as well.
FAAndy MulumbaDE564SrRelatively athletic defensive lineman that gives a lot of effort. Marginally athletic yet has the frame to add bulk.

Kent State

Rnd Full Name Pos Num Year Comments
4-5Roosevelt NixDE53JrExplosive play making college defender. Used at several spots on the defensive line and shows a variety of skill. Should only get better as he physically matures and becomes stronger.
7thSpencer KeithQB34SrAccurate passer with a live arm and the skills necessary to play the next level. Coming off a very disappointing junior campaign and must get his game back on track.
FATyshon GoodeWR54SrDependable pass catcher with marginal size/speed numbers.
FABrian WintersT664SrBig, small area blocker with limited upside.


RndFull NamePosNumYearComments
4thZac DysertQB45SrSmart, tough signal caller with a terrific feel for the position. Possesses enough arm strength to start at the next level.
FANick HarwellWR83JrReliable underneath receiver with no single outstanding trait to his game.
FABrad BednarC724SrExplosive, zone-blocking prospect who played left tackle in 2011 but better off inside at center.
FAAustin BrownDT904SrHard working, competitive, one-gap lineman with limited size.
FAMike JohnsDT945SrExplosive one gap defensive tackle that also helps out on special teams.
FAD.J. BrownCB65SrPhysically gifted cornerback that struggles making plays with his back to the ball. Coming off a disappointing junior season.
FASteve MarckTE874Sr

Northern Illinois

RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
4-5Dechane DuranteS213SoDeveloping safety with a tremendous amount of upside. Fast, explosive and has good size. Effective defending the run or stopping the pass.
5-6Rashaan MelvinCB115SrTall, athletic cornerback with solid ball skills. Fast moving in every direction of the field and shows good awareness.
6thJimmie WardCB153Jr
7thDominique BowersRB253SoShort yet creative ball carrier with great quickness and burst.
FASean ProgarDE955SrProductive college defensive end with good movement skills. Lines up in a three-point stance or stood up over tackle. Does not show next level closing speed.


RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
FAEric HermanG775SrStrong, small area blocker that controls opponents once he gets his hands on them.
FAJordan ThompsonTE885SrWell-rounded tight end that catches the ball well and gives effort blocking. Does not possess the top upside yet will get looks as a free agent.
FAAlphonso LewisOLB465SrSpeedy, athletic linebacker that makes plays sideline to sideline but is limited by a lack of size.
FASkyler AllenC654SrExplosive blocker that may be best in a zone blocking scheme.
6thDavid FluellenRB223JrQuick, somewhat creative ball carrier that can also effectively catch the ball out of the backfield. Offers a good degree of upside.
FAJermaine RobinsonS294SrRelatively athletic safety that displays good range and flashes on the field.
FAZac KerinC674JrEffective position blocker that shows ability in motion.

Western Michigan

RndFull NamePosNumYrComments
7-FAFreddie BishopDE975SrExplosive college defensive end that works hard to make plays. Limited size/speed numbers.
FAAlex CarderQB145SrAccurate, timing passer with a terrific feel for the position. Lacks great physical skills yet could be an effective backup for a West Coast offense.
FAPaul HazelDE994SrAthletic college pass rusher coming off a disappointing season. Moves well, fast in every direction and rarely off his feet. Has a tall, thin build and struggles handling blocks.
FADann O’NeillT614SrBig, stout run blocking right tackle best in confined quarters.
FALewis TolerCB244JrDeveloping cornerback that shown flashes throughout his career.

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