Two schools return to the post season after an extended absence.  And while the talent level is of the day three variety, both UNLV and North Texas have something to offer NFL teams.

Cyril Lemon/G/North Texas: The underclassman guard has a terrific all around game and will be one of the highest rated seniors at his position next season.  He possesses a classic guard build, plays with terrific strength at the point of attack and is mobile enough to get out front and block on the move.  UNLV stars a number of swift, nimble linebackers and the Dallas Bowl will be a terrific challenge for Lemon.  4th/5th Round

Tim Cornett/RB/UNLV: Scouts handed Cornett one of the lowest grades possible prior to his senior season but his play this year has them rethinking that opinion.  He comes off a career campaign which included 1251 yards rushing and 15 touchdowns.  Cornett added 28 receptions.  At 6-foot/210-pounds with 4.45 speed, someone is bound to roll the dice on him in the late rounds.  7th Round

Brelan Chancellor/WR-RS/North Texas: Chancellor is a reliable pass catcher with average size and solid speed.  Returning kicks and punts is where he’ll make his money at the next level.  The senior averaged 16.8-yards on 22 punts returns and 28 yards on an equal number of kick returns.  He also tallied two touchdowns on returns.  Decent pre-draft workouts could put him into the last round as Chancellor fits as a fifth receiver/return specialist in the NFL.  7th Round