SmithPre-Senior bowl rankings for the linebacker positions.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Inside/Middle Linebacker

Rnd Full Name School Yr
1st Reggie Ragland Alabama 4Sr
2-3 Joshua Perry Ohio State 4Sr
3rd Jared Norris Utah 4Sr
3rd Beniquez Brown Mississippi State 4Jr
3-4 Blake Martinez Stanford 4Sr
4th Nick Vigil Utah State 4Jr
4th Kentrell Brothers Missouri 5Sr
4th Antonio Morrison Florida 4Sr
5th Scooby Wright III Arizona 3Jr
5th Antonio Longino Arizona State 5Sr
5-6 Nicholas Kwiatkoski West Virginia 5Sr
5-6 Tyler Matakevich Temple 4Sr
6th Steven Daniels Boston College 4Sr
6th Josh Forrest Kentucky 5Sr
6th Reggie Northrup Florida State 4Sr
7th Luke Rhodes William & Mary 5Sr
7-FA Cassanova McKinzy Auburn 4Sr
7-FA Anthony Sarao USC 5Sr
FA B J Goodson Clemson 4Sr
FA Tyler Gray Boise State 4Sr
FA Brandon Chubb Wake Forest 5Sr
FA Jason Whittingham Utah 4Sr
FA Zeek Bigger East Carolina 4Sr
FA Darnell Sankey Sacramento State 4Sr
FA Joe Bolden Michigan 4Sr
FA Raphael Kirby Miami-Fl 4Sr
FA Jared Barber West Virginia 5Sr
FA Don Cherry Villanova 4Sr
FA Jalen Jefferson California 5Sr
FA Ryan Simmons Oklahoma State 4Sr
FA Kyrie Wilson Fresno State 5Sr
FA Ryan Flannigan Kentucky 4Sr
FA Micah Awe Texas Tech 4Sr
FA Joseph Walker Oregon 4Sr
FA Joseph Schmidt Notre Dame 4Sr
FA Rodney Hardrick Oregon 5Sr
FA Ejuan Price Pittsburgh 5Sr
FA Jeremiah Kose Montana 5Sr
FA Manoa Pikula BYU 5Sr
FA Mason Monheim Illinois 5Sr
FA Jovan Santos-Knox UMass 4Sr
FA William Ratelle North Dakota 5Sr
FA Jeremiah Allison Washington State 4Sr
FA Caleb Azubike Vanderbilt 4Sr
FA Benetton Fonua Hawaii 4Sr
FA Jeffrey Schoettmer North Carolina 4Sr
FA Franklin Shannon Oklahoma 5Sr
FA David Santos x-Nebraska 5Sr
FA Jarrett Grace Notre Dame 5Sr
FA Anthony Mcdaniel Bowie State 4Sr
FA Nick Dance Tennessee-Martin 5Sr

 

Outside Linebacker

Rnd Full Name School Yr
1st Jaylon Smith Notre Dame 3Jr
1st Myles Jack UCLA 3Jr
1st Darron Lee Ohio State 4Jr
1st Leonard Floyd Georgia 3Jr
2nd Jordan Jenkins Georgia 4Sr
2nd Kamalei Correa Boise State 3Jr
2-3 Kyler Fackrell Utah State 5Sr
3rd Dadi Nicholas Virginia Tech 5Sr
3rd Eric Striker Oklahoma 4Sr
3-4 James Cowser Southern Utah 5Sr
4th Dominique Alexander Oklahoma 3Jr
4th Deion Jones LSU 4Sr
4-5 Victor Ochi Stony Brook 5Sr
4-5 Yannick Ngakoue Maryland 3Jr
5th De’Vondre Campbell Minnesota 5Sr
5th Darien Harris Michigan State 5Sr
6th Terrance Smith Florida State 5Sr
6th C.J. Johnson Mississippi 4Sr
6th James Ross Michigan 4Sr
6th Steve Longa Rutgers 4Jr
6-7 Travis Feeney Washington 5Sr
6th Joe Schobert Wisconsin 4Sr
6-7 Deon King Norfolk State 4Sr
7th Gionni Paul Utah 5Sr
7-FA Ian Seau Nevada 5Sr
FA Kevin Anderson Stanford 5Sr
FA Pete Robertson Texas Tech 4Sr
FA James Burgess Louisville 4Sr
FA Ed Davis Michigan State 5Sr
FA Christian French Oregon 5Sr
FA Kris Frost Auburn 5Sr
FA Cory James Colorado State 5Sr
FA Tyriq Mccord Miami-Fl 4Sr
FA Cory Littleton Washington 4Sr
FA Stephen Weatherly Vanderbilt 4Jr
FA Elandon Roberts Houston 4Sr
FA Trevor Bates Maine 5Sr
FA Deon Clarke Virginia Tech 4Sr
FA Alexander Hansen Air Force 4Sr
FA Devante Bond Oklahoma 4Sr
FA Antwione Williams Georgia Southern 4Sr
FA Terrell Williams Youngstown St 4Sr
FA Desmond Morgan Michigan 5Sr
FA Jatavis Brown Akron 4Sr
FA Darrell Overton East Carolina 4Sr
FA Jamal Palmer Baylor 4Sr
FA Quentin Gause Rutgers 5Sr
FA Travis Blanks Clemson 4Jr
FA Lamar Louis LSU 4Sr
FA Sadat Sulleyman Portland State 4Sr
FA David Perkins Illinois State 4Sr
FA Tyson Coleman Oregon 5Sr
FA Edward Ederaine Fresno State 4Sr
FA Jefferson Ashiru Maryland 5Sr
FA Zack Shaw Indiana 5Sr
FA Keyen Lage South Dakota 4Sr
FA T.T. Barber Middle Tennessee 4Sr
FA Simon Poti Hawaii 4Sr
FA Marquise Vann Connecticut 5Sr
FA Kaiwan Lewis Rutgers 4Sr
FA Akil Blount Florida A&M 4Sr
FA Brennan Scarlett California 5Sr
FA Kache Palacio Washington State 4Sr
FA Marquel Bryant Kansas State 5Sr
FA Nicholas Grigsby Pittsburgh 5Sr
FA James Mcfarland TCU 4Sr
FA Dominique Tovell La-Lafayette 5Sr
FA Denzel Devall Alabama 4Sr
FA Benjamin Kline Penn State 5Sr

AlexanderPre-Senior Bowl rankings of the defensive backs                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Cornerback

Rnd Full Name School Yr
1st Mackensie Alexander Clemson 3So
1st Jalen Ramsey Florida State 3Jr
1st Eli Apple Ohio State 3So
1-2 Vernon Hargreaves Florida 3Jr
2nd Eric Murray Minnesota 4Sr
2-3 Artie Burns Miami-Fl 3Jr
3rd Kendall Fuller Virginia Tech 3Jr
3rd Daryl Worley West Virginia 3Jr
3rd Zack Sanchez Oklahoma 4Jr
3rd Xavien Howard Baylor 4Jr
3-4 Will Redmond Mississippi State 4Sr
4th William Jackson Houston 4Sr
4th Keivarae Russell Notre Dame 4Sr
4th Deiondre Hall Northern Iowa 4Sr
4-5 Cyrus Jones Alabama 4Sr
5th Juston Burris North Carolina State 4Sr
5th D.J. White Georgia Tech 4Sr
5th Harlan Miller SE Louisiana 4Sr
5th Damontae Kazee San Diego State 4Jr
5th Kevon Seymour USC 4Sr
5-6 Briean Boddy-Calhoun Minnesota 5Sr
5-6 Leshaun Sims Southern Utah 5Sr
6th Brian Poole Florida 4Sr
6th Cre’Von Leblanc Florida Atlantic 4Sr
6th De’Vante Harris Texas A&M 4Sr
6th Prince Charles Iworah Western
Kentucky
5Sr
6th James Bradberry Samford 5Sr
6th Cleveland Wallace III San Jose State 4Jr
6th Kevin Peterson Oklahoma State 4Sr
6th Taveze Calhoun Mississippi State 5Sr
7th Adairius Barnes Louisiana Tech 4Sr
7th Fabian Moreau UCLA 4Sr
7th Frankie Williams Purdue 5Sr
7-FA Anthony Brown Purdue 4Sr
7-FA Tavon Young Temple 4Sr
FA Lloyd Carrington Arizona State 5Sr
FA Larry Scott Oregon State 5Sr
FA Jordan Lucas Penn State 4Sr
FA Michael Hilton Mississippi 4Sr
FA Kweishi Brown Arizona State 4Sr
FA Kenya Dennis Missouri 4Sr
FA Maurice Canady Virginia 4Sr
FA Jonathan Jones Auburn 4Sr
FA Michael Jordan Missouri Western 5Sr
FA Duke Thomas Texas 4Sr
FA Donte Deayon Boise State 4Sr
FA Morgan Burns Kansas State 4Sr
FA Kenneth Crawley Colorado 4Sr
FA Jeremiah Mckinnon Florida International 4Sr
FA David Mims Texas State 5Sr
FA Rashard Robinson x-LSU 3Jr
FA Matthew Smalley Lafayette 5Sr
FA Cody Quinn Kentucky 4Sr
FA Richard Leonard Florida International 4Sr
FA Trevor Williams Penn State 4Sr
FA Blake Countess Auburn 5Sr
FA Deandre Elliott Colorado State 5Sr
FA Darius Hillary Wisconsin 5Sr
FA Jimmy Pruitt San Jose State 4Sr
FA Nate Harris Montana 4Sr
FA Lafayette Pitts Pittsburgh 5Sr
FA Corey Tindal Marshall 4Jr
FA Charles Washington Fresno State 4Sr
FA Ian Wells Ohio 5Sr
FA Danzel McDaniel Kansas State 4Sr
FA Chris Milton Georgia Tech 5Sr
FA Tracy Howard Miami-Fl 4Sr
FA Ronald Zamort Western Michigan 5Sr
FA Tony McRae North Carolina A&T 4Sr
FA Michael Hunter Oklahoma State 5Sr
FA Nicholas Vanhoose Northwestern 5Sr
FA Clarence Caldwell La-Monroe 4Sr
FA Je Ryan Butler South Dakota State 5Sr
FA Bernell Brooks Tennessee State 5Sr
FA Vernon Harris Dartmouth 4Sr
FA Nate Jackson Kansas State 5Sr
FA Denzel Thompson SE Louisiana 5Sr
FA Devin Bass Ohio 5Sr
FA Kenneth Durden Youngstown State 5Sr
FA Ayo Ogunniyi Richmond 4Sr
FA Joshua Hawkins East Carolina 4Sr
FA Samuel Brown Missouri Western 5Sr
FA Sojourn Shelton Wisconsin 5Sr
FA Marcus Alford Northern Arizona 5Sr
FA Trenier Orr Sam Houston State 5Sr
FA Winston Rose New Mexico State 5Sr
FA Demetrious Nicholson Virginia 4Sr
FA Ahmad Christian Utah 4Sr
FA Terrell Chestnut West Virginia 5Sr
FA Aaron Sibley Portland State 4Sr
FA Anthony Gaffney Princeton 4Sr
FA Donovan Riley Virginia Tech 4Sr
FA Ryan Smith North Carolina Central 5Sr
FA Randall Jette UMass 5Sr
FA Wayne Morgan Syracuse 4Sr
FA Julian Whigham Syracuse 4Sr
FA Jamal Marshall North Texas 4Sr
FA Shakiel Randolph SMU 4Sr
FA Daniel Davie Nebraska 5Sr
FA Adrian Witty Cincinnati 4Sr
FA Antonio Hamilton South Carolina State 5Sr
FA Robert Porter Jackson State 4Sr
FA Brandon Mobley Campbell 4Sr

 

Safety

Rnd Full Name School Yr
1st Su’a Cravens USC 3Jr
1-2 Vonn Bell Ohio State 3Jr
2nd Darian Thompson Boise State 5Sr
3rd Keanu Neal Florida 3Jr
3rd Jalen Mills LSU 4Sr
3rd Jeremy Cash Duke 5Sr
3rd Karl Joseph West Virginia 4Sr
3-4 Tyvis Powell Ohio State 3Jr
4th Jordan Lomax Iowa 5Sr
4-5 Deandre Houston-Carson William & Mary 5Sr
5th Deon Bush Miami-Fl 4Sr
5th Jayron Kearse Clemson 3Jr
5th K.J. Dillon West Virginia 4Sr
6th Sean Davis Maryland 4Sr
5th Kevin Byard Middle Tennessee 5Sr
5-6 Miles Killebrew Southern Utah 5Sr
6th William Parks Arizona 4Sr
6th RJ Williamson Michigan State 5Sr
6th Jordan Simone Arizona State 5Sr
6th T.J. Green Clemson 3Jr
6th Elijah Shumate Notre Dame 4Sr
7th Lamarcus Brutus Florida State 5Sr
7th Jamie Byrd South Florida 5Sr
7th Javonta Golden Georgia Tech 5Sr
7th Clayton Fejedelem Illinois 5Sr
7th Trae Elston Mississippi 4Sr
7th Tevin Carter Utah 4Sr
FA Michael Caputo Wisconsin 5Sr
FA Trent Matthews Colorado State 5Sr
FA Demontevious Smith Georgia Tech 5Sr
FA LaDarrell McNeil Tennessee 4Sr
FA Isaiah Johnson South Carolina 5Sr
FA Andrew Adams Connecticut 5Sr
FA Brian Randolph Tennessee 5Sr
FA Kavon Frazier Central Michigan 4Sr
FA Zach Jackson Mississippi State 5Sr
FA Justin Simmons Boston College 4Sr
FA Matthias Farley Notre Dame 5Sr
FA Patrick Onwuasor Portland State 5Sr
FA Mitchell Lane La-Monroe 5Sr
FA Rayshawn Jenkins Miami-Fl 4Sr
FA Xavier Walker Middle Tennessee 4Sr
FA Timothy Gurley South Carolina 4Sr
FA Brice Hunter Florida State 5Sr
FA Alvin Stamps Kentucky 4Sr
FA Douglas Middleton Appalachian State 5Sr
FA Jared Roberts Lafayette 4Sr
FA Damarius Travis Minnesota 4Sr
FA A.J. Hendy Maryland 5Sr
FA Stefan Mcclure California 5Sr
FA Marqui Christian Midwestern State 4Sr
FA Eric Williams Indiana-Pa 5Sr
FA Jarrod Wilson Michigan 4Sr
FA Penisimani Vea UNLV 5Sr
FA Micah Eugene SE Louisiana 4Sr
FA Ian Simon Missouri 5Sr
FA Kendrick Market Mississippi State 5Sr
FA Michael Mudoh Tulsa 4Sr
FA Anthony Nixon Maryland 4Sr
FA Taj Letman Marshall 5Sr
FA Justin Whitted Montana 5Sr
FA Adrian McDonald Houston 4Sr
FA Denzel Nkemdiche Mississippi 4Sr
FA Taylor Taliulu Washington State 4Sr
FA Traveon Henry Northwestern 4Sr
FA Derrick Kindred TCU 4Sr
FA Geno Smith Alabama 4Sr
FA Jamar Allah Arizona 4Sr
FA Gabe Terry Tennessee State 4Sr
FA Anthony Lennon East Carolina 4Sr
FA Antonio Glover Georgia Southern 5Sr
FA Dwayne Hunter Marshall 5Sr
FA Antonio Johnson Minnesota 4Sr
FA Devonta Burns Texas A&M 5Sr
FA Rohan Gaines Arkansas 4Sr
FA Andrew Williamson Vanderbilt 5Sr
FA Alex Well Temple 4Sr
FA Troy Donahue Dartmouth 5Sr
FA Hakim Jones North Carolina State 5Sr
FA Kenny Iloka TCU 4Sr
FA Chaz Whittaker Toledo 4Sr
FA Edward Muldrow West Virginia 5Sr

Shrine_GameDay one of Shrine practice is in the books. Here’s the latest buzz from the field and the players hotel.                                                                                                                      

– Scouts say had Florida State junior cornerback Marquez White declared for the draft as teammate Jalen Ramsey did, he would’ve been no worse than a third round pick. They also believe good pro-day workouts could push senior safety Lamarcus Brutus into the last day of the draft. Brutus, a fifth year senior, was not graded by scouts entering the season.

– Had Cam Sutton of Tennessee entered the draft he would’ve been a top 42 choice and he had a real chance of sliding into the late part of round one according to scouts in St Pete. Sutton would’ve been ranked at a top 42 prospect for his return skills as well as his cornerback ability.

– Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson spent a lot of time scouting the linebackers during the first Shrine practice today. And while he’s not in attendance at the Shrine Game, sources tell me the team really likes Mississippi State junior Beniquez Brown, whom I grade as a third round choice.

– North Carolina State offensive lineman Joe Thuney looked terrific today and despite not being classified as a good athlete at the position the belief is he will test well at the combine and/or pro-day workouts.

– There are a number of teams at the Shrine Game who grade Kevin Dodd ahead of his Clemson teammate, Shaq Lawson. Lawson is universally considered a mid-first round pick while I claimed Dodd was a second day pick last month. The consensus is Lawson is being overrated while Dodd is underrated.

– Likewise there are several teams here in St Pete who believe cornerback LeShaun Sims will be a better NFL player than his much more heralded teammate, safety Miles Killebrew. The belief is Sims, who looked terrific at Shrine practice on Monday, is a plug and play cornerback while Killebrew, who’ll be at the Senior Bowl next week, is more a product of size and speed.

– I was told defensive lineman Jabari Hunt disappeared from the Georgia Tech team after being suspended for a game. People I spoke with are unsure about his plans or if he’ll workout for NFL teams

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