UConn won the conference title, lost their coach then has a handful of players selected late in the draft.  We are high on several of the Husky defensive prospects, including a pair of juniors.  Cincinnati also has several prospects to watch out for on the defensive side of the ball.

Cincinnati

Round Full Name Pos #
YrComments
3rdWalter StewartOLB545SrAthletic and well rounded linebacker that could develop into one of the top 3-4 outside linebackers if he takes his game to the next level. Nice physical skills yet questionable instincts.  Top 60 potential if he pulls it together.
4thJohn HughesDT405SrTough, strong slug it out defender in the middle of the line. Strong, holds the points and does a great job occupying the gaps.
6thDerek WolfeDT954SrSlug it out defensive tackle that flashes a lot of skill.
7-FAMaalik BomarOLB43JrSlightly undersized yet athletic linebacker that makes plays sideline to sideline.
FAZach CollarosQB125SrEfective underneath signal caller with a great head for the position. Lacks size andtop NFL physical skills.
FACamerron CheatthamCB214JrDeveloping corner with good size and skills.
FAScott JohnsonCB53JrSmallish defensive back that gives a lot of effort against the run or defending the pass. Potential nickel player in a zone system.
FAJ.K. SchafferOLB374SrHard-working middle linebacker prospect with limited athleticism.
FAD.J. WoodsWR34SrSlot receiver with reliable hands yet limited deep speed.

UConn

Round Full NamePos#YrComments
2-3Blidi Wreh-WilsonCB53SoBig, physical cornerback with a lot of upside potential. Displays just average quickness and speed on film but could develop into a top prospect if he improves his game.
4thDwayne GratzCB244JrDeveloping cornerback with enough physical and mental skills to be a nickel back and eventually starter in the NFL.
5thTwyon MartinDT4SrrExplosive one gap tackle that fires through gaps up the field and consistently makes plays on the ball.
5-6Kendall ReyesDT995SrPotential three technique defensive tackle that fires off the snap to make plays behind the line of scrimmage or laterally. Highly thought of in scouting circles.
6thRyan GriffinTE944JrPotential number two tight end prospect that does a solid job blocking and is also effective catching the ball.
6thCody EndresQB125SrStrong arm quarterback that can make all the passes. Displays a nice sense of timing. Dismissed from the Connecticut program last season and will play at Slippery Rock this year.
6-7Mike RyanT715SrBig strong right tackle prospect that must improve his balance. Ccan dominate the opposition but best in a small area.
6-7Adam MastersT634JrSolid left tackle prospect that shows a lot of ability in motion. Must improve his playing strength and add bulk to his frame.
7thJerome JuniorS154JrSolid safety prospect that flashes the ability to play sideline to sideline and also make the big hit defending the run.
FAJesse JosephDE914JrExplosive one gap defensive end that plays with good balance, body control and effectively uses his hands. Shows a lot of skill and potential.
FATrevardo WilliamsDE483JrCollege defensive end that can get up the field. Likely to transition to outside linebacker in the NFL.
FAJohn DelahuntTE894JrAdequate tight and prospect that does the little things well. Nice size, strength and reliable hands but not a real playmaker.