A conference in flux as two teams have already fled and at least one more is walking out the door.  What will become of the Big 12?  Who knows- but this is for sure; Baylor, Iowa State and Kansas State are programs on the rise.


Rnd Full Name Pos # Yr Comments
3-4Robert GriffinQB104JrAthletic quarterback with a developing game. Has the arm strength necessary to make all the passes, accurate on his throws and also dangerous carrying the ball. Has shown consistent improvement since his freshman season.
5thRobert GriffinG794SrJunior college transfer that really develop into a fine football player last season. Massive, powerful at the point he also moves well on his feet. Has a nice upside.
5thKendall WrightWR14SrQuick, elusive and reliable receiver very effective running after the reception. Potential slot/third receiver at the next level.
5-6Philip BlakeT744SrFormer offensive tackle that moved the center last season and had a productive campaign. Quick in all his actions, possesses good size and outstanding with the shotgun snaps. Could make a big rise up draft boards.
6thIvory WadeT783JrUnderrated offensive blocking prospect that lines up at right tackle and will also get looks at offensive guard.
6-7Josh GordonWR123JrLarge, possession receiver with reliable hands. Recently suspended from the team.
FANicolas Jean-BaptisteDT905SrBig, surprisingly nimble defensive tackle that can be overpowering force in the middle of the line. Looks poorly conditioned, does not chase the action hard and plays below his level of ability. Has an upside yet must quickly kick into gear.

Iowa State

Rnd Full Name Pos # Yr Comments
5thKelechi OsemeleG725SrCollege tackle we project to guard. Large, strong and easily controls defenders at the point. Moves well for a big man yet may be too large and never improved off the ’09, when he blew us away.
5-6Leonard JohnsonCB234SrFeisty, hard working cornerback with solid instincts. Lacks the great physical skills yet a good football player.
FAHayworth HicksG755SrStrong, nasty run blocker best in a small area. Worth watching moving forward.
FATer’ran BentonS225SrVersatile defensive back with no outstanding feature to his game.
FAKurt HammerschmidtTE864Jr
FADarius DarksWR65Sr


Rnd Full Name Pos # Yr Comments
6thGreg BrownCB54JrExciting cornerback with an up and coming game. Does not back down to a challenge and played well against top competition last season. Needs to smooth out the rough edges of his game yet someone to keep an eye on.
6-7Jeff SpikesT745SrA player we liked off the 2009 film, Spikes missed last season with a leg injury. Comes with and upside.
FASteven JohnsonOLB524SrRelatively athletic weak side prospect that makes plays sideline to sideline or fires up the field in run defense.
FATim BiereTE864SrDependable tight end that gives effort in all aspects yet lacks the speed to be a downfield threat and strength at the point to be a dominant blocker.
FAJeremiah HatchC775SrVersatile lineman that gets the most out of his ability but has limited upside.
FAIsiah BarfieldCB194SrPhysical defensive back with nice size and strength at the point yet limited speed and poor instincts.

Kansas St

RndFull NamePos#YrComments
FAManase FoketiG734SrAdequate college tackle we projects to guard. Plays with solid fundamentals, makes good use of angles and works hard yet lacks the footwork and a agility to protect the quarterbacks blind side.
FARaphael GuidryDT944Sr
FAClyde AufnerT754SrNice sized right tackle prospect that struggled with injury last year.
FADavid GarrettCB274SrFeisty, small defensive back with solid cover skills and toughness against the run. Potential dime back at the next level.
FAEmmanual LamurS235SrDisciplined safety effective against the pass and run. Average speed for the next level yet could be used in a zone system.
FATysyn HartmanS25SrTall aggressive safety only effective playing downhill in a straight line.