New Mexico Bowl

New Mexico Bowl

Thirty-four bowl game or three weeks, hundreds of potential NFL prospects- and the TFY Draft has you covered all the way through!  Starting from the New Mexico Bowl until the National Title game Tony Pauline and Brent Sobleski will break down every possible next level player that will take the field.  We kick this venture off with Fresno State and possibly the best running back you’ve never heard of, trying to spoil Wyoming’s return to the post season.

Fresno State

Rnd

Full Name

Pos

#

Year

Comments

2nd

Ryan Mathews

RB

21

3Jr

Well sized ball carrier with power, vision and speed. Shows enough skill to be a feature back at the next level. Set to enter the draft and could be a surprise pick in the top fifty selections.

5-6

Lonyae Miller

RB

1

4Sr

Offers great size/speed numbers. Doesn’t get the ball much at FSU and could be a late bloomer selected in the later round speed. At the very least a potential short yardage runner at the next level.

6th

A.J. Jefferson

CB

28

4Sr

Great athlete with a terrific combination of size and speed but a player who really needs to polish his game. Struggles with his ball skills and instincts yet the ability to impact games returning kicks and his upside will get him late round consideration.

6th

Seyi Ajirotutu

WR

2

5Sr

Well sized pass catcher that can be an enticing target. Flashes skill making great receptions yet at times displays hands of stone. Nice upside.

FA

Chastin West

WR

6

5Sr

Another pass catcher who flashes skill yet all too often disappears for stretches.

FA

Anthony Harding

FB

22

4Sr

Halfback/fullback ‘tweener who does a solid job carrying the ball. Could find a home as a west coast fullback.

FA

Marlon Moore

WR

5

5Sr

Practice squad prospect who offers a lot of natural skill.

FA

Moses Harris

S

3

5Sr

 

FA

Marvin Haynes

S

19

5Sr

 

Wyoming

Rnd

Full Name

Pos

#

Yr

Comments

7-FA

Mitch Unrein

DE

98

5Sr

Tough, hard working prospect with a decent upside. Has the body type to grow into a two-gap end. Great motor and could hang around the league for years as a rotational lineman.

FA

Fred Givens

DT

90

5Sr

Explosive, interior lineman who plays on the nose yet is better as a one-gap tackle. Underrated and could end up on a practice squad.

FA

John Fletcher

DE

91

5Sr

Looks the part but does not play to it. Gives up on plays all too easily.

FA

Jesson Salyards

TE

85

5Sr