School: Texas A&M
Bio: Four-year starter who broke in with the first team midway through his freshman season. All-American and all-conference selection last season and recipient of the Groza Award as the nation's top kicker. Connected on 87.9% of his field goals as a senior with a long of 52 yards. Made one of two field goals from 50 yards or longer. Also averaged 65.8 yards on kickoffs.
Positive: Accurate field-goal kicker with adequate leg strength. Displays the ability to kick in all kinds of weather, dependable and comes up with big field goals. Gets good lift, as the ball immediately comes off his foot, and is able to get hang time on kickoffs.
Negative: Average leg strength and does not drive kickoffs through the end zone. Career-long field goal is 52 yards.
Analysis: Bullock is a field-goal specialist who's very accurate putting the ball through the uprights, but he may not possess the leg strength necessary for the next level.
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors after his sophomore and junior seasons. Connected on 60% of his field goals last season with a long of 56 yards. Also averaged 60 yards on 75 kickoffs. Made 90% of his field goals as a junior after hitting on 91% the prior year. Longest field goal during each campaign was 53 yards. Made 58.8% of his field goals outside of 50 yards during his college career.
Positive: Big-legged kickoff specialist coming off a disappointing senior season. Drives his kicks, gets hang time and easily puts kicks through the end zone. Drives field goals across the field from long distance.
Negative: Marginal consistency on field goals. Possesses a big leg yet misses a lot of makeable attempts.
Analysis: Walsh was a good college kicker and has enough leg strength to make an NFL team, but he must improve the accuracy of his field goals.
Bio: Four-year starter awarded all-conference honors as a senior after connecting on 76% of his field goals with a long of 53 yards. Averaged 65.5 yards on 71 kickoffs, 24 of which resulted in touchbacks. Also handled punting duties on occasion and averaged 35 yards on 23 punts with a long of 54 yards. Career-longest field goal was 59 yards.
Positive: Big-legged prospect who stands out kicking field goals and kicking off. Gets depth on field goals and drives them through the uprights from long distance. Gets hang time on kicks, knocking them into the opposing end zone and allowing coverage teams time to get downfield.
Negative: Not consistent with middle distance field goals and has an average conversion percentage.
Analysis: Wiggs possesses the leg strength and kicking style to play in the NFL yet needs to polish his game and be more consistent.