Typically a Bowl Game between Florida and Ohio State would feature at least 3-4 first round picks. This year, however, both teams find themselves in a rebuilding mode. Buckeye receiver Devier Posey and tackle Mike Adams hope to finish out their Ohio State careers with a victory while Florida’s senior tandem at running back of Jeff Demps and Will Rainey hope to finally put the pieces together in the last game of a difficult season.

Ohio State

Rnd Name Pos #Yr Comments
3rdDeVier PoseyWR84SrTremendously athletic receiver that makes spectacular plays on occasion. Runs solid routes, has a quick burst and wins out in battles. Possesses the physical skills to be a number two receiver in the NFL.
3rdJohn SimonDE544SrUndersized yet workmanlike type of lineman that shows great explosion on the inside.
4thMike BrewsterC504SrTerrific blocker on the pivot with a complete understanding of the game. Plays with great quickness, intelligence and intensity. Outstanding with the shot gun snaps. Not a mauler but understands positioning and angles. Effective in motion.
4-5Mike AdamsT754SrUnderrated left tackle prospect that does not possess the great footwork yet consistently gets the job done.
5thZach BorenFB443JrTerrific lead blocker that can be dominant at the point of attack and is also a productive pass catcher out of the backfield.
5thDaniel HerronRB15Srquick, explosive ball carrier that can beat defenders into the open field then run to daylight. Creative running back that also alludes defenders and makes his own yardage.
FAJake StoneburnerTE114JrSolid pass catching tight end that always comes away with the difficult grab. Gives effort blocking yet lacks functional football strength.
FAJB ShugartsT764SrTough, slug-it-out right tackle prospect that does a nice job blocking with proper fundamentals.
FANathan WilliamsDE434Sr
FAAndrew SweatOLB424SrIntense, hard-working linebacker with limited physical skills.
FAReid FragelTE883JrMarginal, one dimensional blocking tight end.


Rnd Name Pos # Yr Comments
4thJelani JenkinsOLB33SoQuick, explosive linebacker that makes plays sideline to sideline and is constantly around the ball. Looks much bigger than his listed size. Offers a lot of upside.
4thJaye HowardDT65SrUp and down defensive tackle that shows good size and skill. Has never really taken his game to the next level.
4thChris RaineyRB15SrCreative and elusive ball handler that projects as a situational ball carrier in the NFL.
5thJeff DempsRB284SrSmall, elusive back that creates his own yardage.
7thJeremy BrownCB84Jr
FAJohn BrantleyQB125SrClassic pocket passer with adequate arm strength yet marginal accuracy and decision-making.
FADeonte ThompsonWR65Sr
FAMoses JenkinsCB364Jr