QB, Memphis, 6-4, 210-
Very productive QB who can take hit, and dominated against much
better teams. Could be a nice option for the Pats on Day Three. The
Pats will definite be looking for a developmental back up in this
Draft. He is a winner.
Quinton Flowers- QB, South Florida, 6', 210-
Great talent at QB. I love how he plays the game. However, he is
awfully small. It is very tough to play QB at his size.
JT Barrett- QB Ohio State, 6-2,
Very tough and smart option QB. I like this kid a lot. He has some
great clutch in him, and no one takes a hit better then he does. But
he is just too inconsistent throwing the ball tight now. Nice 3 to
year developmental Day Three QB.
Ray Lawry- Old Dominion, 5-10, 203-
Ralph Webb- Vanderbilt, 5-10, 202-
Interesting Day Three RB who has a chance. He is good receiver out
of the backfield. He pick up the LB in pass pro.
start in the offensive backfield in every game, running his
consecutive starts streak to a remarkable 49 games... As senior,
posted 831 rushing yards and 10 rushing touchdowns, and 188
receiving yards and a touchdown on 13 catches.
RB, South Florida, 5-10, 208-
Very small RB who has an uphill climb to get Drafted.
Jester Weah- Pittsburgh, 6-3, 210-
I like this kid. He could be an interesting Day Three option for the
Pats. He has great speed to go with his great size. I love the way
he high points the ball.
Daurice Fountain- WR Northern Iowa, 6-1, 210-
He made the most money at the Shrine game. I have not seen him play,
but a little birdie said he was the WR who garnered the most
interest from teams. If there is a call up to the Senior Bowl for a
WR he could get it. He can catch the ball away from his body. Nice
speed with the ball in his hands. Carries the ball too low. Goes up
over small school DBs to snag the ball, like they are children. Nice
job getting open in pattern.
WR, Penn State, 6-1, 206-
Terrific athlete and WR. He has some clutch in him, and some great
hands. If the Pats are looking for a WR on Day Three I would vote
Justin Watson- WR, Pennsylvania, 6-3, 225-
Small school WR who is huge. He garnered 1,115-yards and 8
TDs on 89 catches. Hewas 1st Team all Ivy this season and last
season. "I am thankful for the opportunity to represent Penn
one more time at the Shrine Game," Watson said. "My
coaches and teammates have all helped me become the player I am and
have helped put me in the position to play at the next level. I look
forward to this challenge and taking the next step in my football
career." He will get a lot of looks on Day Three.
Regis Cibasu- WR, Montreal, 6-3, 232-
Another mystery WR who a little birdie told e is going to get Draft
higher than you think. I love how he goes after the ball. He doesn't
wait for it, he goes up and gets it. His size is a huge bonus. He is
an NFL player.
Tony Adams- OG North Carolina State, 6-2, 315-
Austin Kuhnert- North Dakota State, 6-4, 304-
OG, Pittsburgh, 6-7, 320-
Saw him play a couple of times, and I would take him on Day Three no
sweat. He is an NFL OG.
Connor Hilland- OG, William & Mary, 6-6, 303-
Brian Allen- OC Michigan State, 6-2, 302-
Terrific OC with size issues.
Brad Lundblade- OC, Oklahoma State, 6-3, 300-
KC McDermott- OLT, Miami, 6-7, 300-
He has the size and feet to play OLT in the NFL. Great
job keeping his hangs high and tight. He does a good job keeping his
hands inside. He could be an interesting Day Three developmental
Austin Golson- OT, Auburn, 6-5, 314-
Ethan Wolf- Tennessee, 6-6, 245-
He has to prove he can block first. A scout created some controversy
by saying: "(you will not see a TE) "block as bad as Ethan
Wolf", "(that he) avoids contact", he's "is one
of the softest players I’ve seen on film." That I not good
through all the controversy his allies didn't really defend him.
"Is Wolf the most physical tight end that I’ve seen in
college football? No," a former SEC OL Cubelic said.
"There aren’t many physical tight ends anywhere in college
football anymore. I make sarcastic comments all the time when I see
tight ends actually block somebody that he’s actually a dinosaur
of a college football player. Those guys aren’t really asked to do
that a lot. There aren’t a lot of tight ends that put their hand
on the ground next to an offensive tackle and are asked to get
movement at the point of attack." But he can go up and snag the
ball, and can hurt you after the catch.
Damon Gibson- TE, MSU Moorhead, 6-4, 236-
He was a game changer on the small school level. "Teams know
about him, so they've got their best guys on him and they game plan
their coverages around him," Moorhead HC Steve Laqua said.
"The fact that he's statistically done what he's done this year
I think is impressive. It's tough to duplicate the numbers he had
last year." He has a chance to go on Day Three.
Drew Brown- KR, Nebraska, 5-11, 200-
Secdrick Cooper- FS, Louisiana State, 6', 211-
- SS North Dakota, 6-2, 215-
Natrell Jamerson- FS, Wisconsin, 6', 198-
Godwin Igwebuike- SS, Northwestern, 6-1, 212-
Chucky Williams- SS, Louisville, 6-2, 210-
Afolabi Laguda- FS, Colorado, 6-1, 205-
Dane Cruikshank- CB, Arizona, 6-1, 206-
Linden Stephens- CB, Cincinnati, 6', 193-
Heath Harding- CB, Miami (Ohio), 5-10, 190-
Davontae Harris- CB, Illinois State, 6', 205-
Malik Reaves- CB, Villanova, 6', 200-
Joel Lanning- LB/QB, Iowa State, 6-2, 230-
Ja'Von Rolland-Jones- LB Arkansas State, 6-2, 244-
Leon Jacobs- LB, Wisconsin, 6-2, 245-
Kenny Young- LB, UCLA, 6-1, 235-
Tegray Scales- lB, Indiana, 6', 230-
Marcell Frazier- DE, Missouri, 6-5, 265-
DE, Central Michigan, 6-3, 259-
Alec James- DE, Wisconsin, 6-3, 272-
James Looney- DE, California, 6-3, 280-
Justin Lawler- DE, SMU, 6-4, 265-
P.J. Hall- DT, Sam Houston State, 6-1, 310-
Bilal Nichols- DE, Delaware, 6-4, 290-
Poona Ford- DT, Texas,
Shane Texas A&M
6030 / 220
Kansas State 6020
Deatrick Nichols- CB, South Florida, 5-10, 189-
Small guy who looks like a Nickel to me. He is tough and has shown
he can cover bigger WRs. Does a good job bumping the WR off his
route. He can play off and Bump and Run.
DeVonta Delaney- CB, Miami, 6-1, 193-
He went to college at the Citadel, where he was an All-American his
last season at the Citadel. He garnered 6 INTs and 8 PBU. He was a
graduate transfer to Miami in 2017. He has excellent speed. He also
has a lot of experience at CB (36 game at the Citadel).
Avonte Maddox- CB, Pittsburgh, 5-9, 180- Another little nickel corner. He is tough kid who can also blitz the
Grant Haley- CB, Penn State, 5-9, 190-
He is a tough little Corner, who plays excellent run defense. He
played outside at Penn State against a lot of good WRs. He will make
a team on special team, I think he can develop into a good Nickel
Brandon Facyson- CB, Virginia Tech, 6-2, 197-
I really like this kid. He is one of my guys. East-West kids are
usually taken on Day Three. He could be a steal for the Pats on Day
Three. Nice speed to chase the RB down, 50-yards downfield.
He can shut guys down in straight up man. Very interesting CB.
Tre Flowers- FS, Oklahoma State, 6-3, 200-
He is another one of my guys. I love the way this kid plays. I don't
think the Pats need another Safety (but if he is there in the 2nd
Round;). Watch this kid, because he can play. If he is there on Day
Three the Pats should take him.
Tracy Walker- FS, Louisiana-Lafayette,
6-2, 200- Terrific
tackler who might be a SS on the next level. He only had 2 INTs last
season, but 97 Tackles. Terrific small school athlete, who is tough
and mean in the run game.
Damon Webb- FS, Ohio State, 5-11, 195-
Webb can play. He flies up fast when he has the inside
slot WR to knock him down. He can get a hand on the ball when the TE
catches it going down the seam. He is a FS who can make plays on the
ball, and cover WR and TE in the slot.
Trey Marshall- SS, Florida State, 6', 217-
Big Safety, who can still move on the field. He pumped up 10-pound
this past year. A lot of experience playing Cover Two. He can hit
the outside WR, right after he catches it outside on the 3rd level.
I like how he moves on the field. They will line him up like an LB,
and have him blitz. Fierce hitter coming up to smash the RB out of
bounds on Tosses. He lined up in Cover One, but could get himself
out of position sometimes. Usually excellent in position, especially
as the last line of defense.
Jamar Summers- FS, UConn, 6', 190-
Terrific free safety prospect. He played Corner early in his career,
but struggle with instincts outside in coverage. He looked like he
was more instinctual at FS. He has the athleticism to play CB in the
NFL, and that is a great asset at FS. He might be the best FS
prospect for stepping into the Slot, and covering the Slot guy.
Jordan Martin- FS, Syracuse, 6-3, 206-
Career Overview: Joined the Orange in 2017 as a graduate
transfer from Toledo … Played in 42 games during his career,
including eight at Syracuse ... Started 14 games at cornerback for
Toledo and five games at safety for the Orange … Invited to the
2018 East-West Shrine Game ... Totaled 99 tackles and 14 pass
breakups during his four seasons … Redshirted the 2015 season
after suffering a torn ACL ... One letter.
Year (2017): Saw action in
eight games, starting five at free safety ... Missed the last four
games after undergoing season-ending surgery on his wrist ...
Recorded 25 (17 solo) tackles, three pass breakups and forced a
Parris Bennett- LB Syracuse, 6', 216-
He is really a little guy, but he is a great hitter. Very aggressive
LB with speed. He will make any team that drafts him, as a special
teams Maven. He looked like he was made to play special team in the
Jacob Pugh- LB Florida State, 6-4, 240-
Long lean linebacker who is as troubling as he is interesting. Only
played in 8 games this season.
Coming off a spring MVP honor, appeared in 10 games and started
six….totaled 19 tackles, one TFL, two PBU and a fumble
recovery….opened the season against No. 1 Alabama with four
tackles…followed up his performance with a tackle for loss against
NC State…came away with a season-high six tackles on a Friday
night at Boston College…recovered a fumble against rival Florida
he returned 16 yards for a touchdown, the third fumble recovery and
first touchdown of his career.
Jason Cabinda- ILB, Penn State, 6-1, 234-
Typical Penn State LB. But he is a small guy. He probably has to
prove it on special teams first. But there is no question he made
the Penn ST defense better. Great at filling the hole and finding
the RB. Slides over to the slot in coverage nicely. Penn
States leading tackle who is a great ILB moving forward.
D.J. Palmore- LB, Navy, 6-3, 236-
He is an option for the Pats, because he played at Navy. Tough as
nails, and great in the run game. He has good size, and looked like
an NFL player to me.
Chris Worley – LB, Ohio State, 6-2, 230- He is another one of my guys. He
was better in the rush, and is playing behind his eyes ten times
better than last season. He had terrible eyes last season. Excellent
in coverage against RBs. Sneaky good athlete. He flies up fast to
hit the RB coming out of the backfield fast. I just love the way he
is moving on the field this season. Made checks and calls this
season. He will still take a misstep or two sometimes. But is a much
Marcus Martin- DE Slippery Rock, 6-2, 255-
Nice hands. He has great quick hands in the rush. Nice job
protecting the edge against the scrambling QB. They will double him
on runs, and he can split the OLT and TE. He can set the edge
against the ORT with leverage and a straight arm, and then torque
him aside. Plays position well on the edge against the Option. He
can get over powered by the ORT at the point. Terrific technique
Curtis Cothran- DE, Penn State, 6-5, 301-
Interesting run stuffer. Might get drafted by a 3-4 team as a
5-Tech. He has some passrusher in him. He had a big Sack against
Michigan. He also hit Barrett against Ohio State, but it was past
Dalton Keene- Illinois State, 6-4, 275-
I have heard good things about his kid, but I haven't seen him play.
"From the moment I got to the hotel the experience has been
unbelievable," Keene stated. "The Shriners Hospital visit
was by far my favorite part. Meeting the kids and their parents was
truly life changing and humbling. Being a collegiate athlete is
something only few of us are given the opportunity to experience,
and sometimes we take it for granted. People look up to us because
we do what they dream of doing, and it was a surreal experience for
sure. Forming relationships with those kids and the guys who were
selected to play in the game is something that I'll never
Chad Thomas- DE, Miami, 6-6, 275-
This is another one of my guys. I would gladly take him on Day
Three. A little surprised he is in the Shrine (which means they look
at him as a Day Three Pick). He can be unblockable sometimes on the
edge. Rushes from the inside as well. He has elite size for a DE. If
BB wants a DE, this is a guy he could steal at 96.
Parker Cothren- DT, Penn State, 6-4, 304-
2017: One of eight players to be a part of three-straight
seasons with a shutout (Illinois, 2015; at Rutgers, 2016; Akron,
2017), marking the longest such streak since a three-year span from
1989-91...Part of a defense that logged a season-opening shutout for
the first time since 2007 (FIU, 59-0). Pittsburgh (9/9): Logged two
stops. Georgia State (9/16): Made a pair of tackles...A part of a
unit that posted its second shutout of the season, marking the first
time since 2009 a Nittany Lion defense posted two shutouts in a
single season. at Iowa (9/23): Had one solo tackle. Indiana (9/30):
Totaled four tackles...Recovered a third-quarter fumble, which was
forced by Marcus Allen, for his first career fumble recovery. at
Northwestern (10/7): Made three tackles. Michigan (10/21): Made four
tackles...Logged a solo quarterback takedown in the fourth
quarter...Part of a defense that held the Wolverines scoreless over
the final 40:03 of the game... Part of an defensive line that earned
the coaching staff's Defensive Player of the Week. at Ohio State
(10/28): Totaled one tackle. at Michigan State (11/4): Posted three
stops...Added one quarterback hurry. Rutgers (11/11): Registered two
tackles. Nebraska (11/18): Had one tackle...Combined with Shareef
Miller on a first-quarter stop behind the line of scrimmage.
Folorunso Fatukasi- DT, UConn, 6-4, 303- It seemed the more he played at UConn the worse he looked. He has NFL
size and athleticism, but has to show it in this game if he wants to
Kentavius Street- North Carolina State, 6-2, 287-
If doesn't make it won't be for lack of trying. Benches 500-pounds
squats 700-pounds. Nice burst into the double team, and he can pop
the OC and OLG back. He looks like a guy could play some 5-Tech in
Joseph Bowling Green
6070 / 236
Hunter Mississippi State
6030 / 240
Jeremiah Briscoe- QB, Sam Houston State, 6-3, 225-
Pure shotgun QB who plays in that wacky spread offense, where
the QB claps to initiate the snap. 3 to 5 year project. He does have
a nice accurate arm. He can put some heat on the ball when he needs
to. Struggles with accuracy with a rusher in his face.
QB, Colorado State, 6-3, 215-
He is Michael Gallup's QB. He usually has nice accuracy on outside
throws to Gallup. But he plays in that wacky spread offense as well.
He will take 3 to 5 years to develop like Case Keenum. He does throw
it quick. He is one of the quickest throwers from catch to release
in this Draft. That is a good sign.
throws accurately waggling outside. He will throw it short, when he
can't step into the throw because of pressure. He took a wicked hit
on that throw. It wasn't the next play, but he completed his next
attempt, with a rusher in his face. Very brave in the face of the
rush. I would draft him on Day Three just from his Oregon ST Tape.
Nic Shimonek- QB, Texas Tech, 6-3, 225-
I'll try to be fair, but I don't lie Texas Tech QBs.
Jeff Badet- WR,
Oklahoma, 6', 178-
Small WR like Dede Westbrook, but near as talented.
Has played in all 13 games with two starts ... returned
one kick for 24 yards against TCU in the Big 12 Championship Game
(12/2) ... had an eight-yard reception against West Virginia (11/25)
... caught three passes for 20 yards at Kansas (11/18) ... returned
one kick for 11 yards against TCU (11/11) ... caught one pass for a
5-yard touchdown at Oklahoma State (11/4) ... rushed once for 24
yards vs. Texas Tech (10/28) ... tied season high with five
receptions for 42 yards in start at Kansas State (10/21) ...
recorded two receptions for 59 yards, including a 54-yard touchdown,
against Texas (10/14) ... in first start at OU, returned three kicks
for 61 yards and made one catch for 19 yards against Iowa State
(10/7) ... caught two
passes for 57 yards, including a 48-yard TD, and returned two kicks
for 71 yards at Baylor (9/23) ... caught one pass for 13 yards and
rushed once for two yards against Tulane (9/16) ... recorded five
recpetions for 82 yards, two rushes for five yards and a career-high
four kickoff returns for 79 yards at Ohio State (9/9) ... caught
four passes for 91 yards, returned two punts for five yards and
brought back one kick for 23 yards in OU debut against UTEP (9/2).
Blake Mack- TE, Arkansas State, 6-3, 229-
Lines up in the slot a lot. He can get down the Seam fast. Nice
hands, turning back and leaping up for the slightly off pass. They
will line him up a TE, and use some misdirection to throw it to him
in the flat. He is also quick, and can make a guy miss, after he
catches the ball in the flat. Does a
good job moving to open space, when his QB has to take off.
Great job leaping back to snag the ball thrown high and behind him.
He has the hands, smarts, and athleticism to be an NFL TE.
Jake Wieneke- WR, South Dakota State, 6-4, 215- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kjLmxi0Wx4
Man they are making some big WRs this year. Long strider with
some speed. He can get open on the In, and then slip the CB with a
great quick burst outside. Not easy to tackle. Big guy, who can get
low and dig the ball out of the turf. He looks like an H-Back than a
WR. Nice agility leaping up and snagging the high pass. More of a
strider, than quick initial burst off the snap.
Steven Dunbar- WR, Houston, 6-3, 202-
Another big WR. He is excellent at playing the ball in the air and
going up and getting it. Extends his arms consistently to hand catch
the ball. He goes and gets it. He doesn't really run lot of
patterns, and is going to take some time to learn a route tree.
Jordan Thomas- TE/WR, Mississippi State, 6-5, 280-
CAREER: An athletic and big-bodied tight end/wide out who
proved to be a matchup nightmare for opponents … Used his size and
speed to separate himself from defenders … Played two seasons with
the Bulldogs after joining the squad from East Central Community
College in 2016 … Used his versatility to play both tight end and
receiver … Played in 25 games with five starts, catching 31 passes
for 311 yards and 4 touchdowns.
MSU’s third-leading receiver who saw most of his action at
receiver due to a corps decimated by injuries … Also played tight
end … Played in all 13 games with five starts … Starts came
against Kentucky, Texas A&M, UMass, Arkansas and Ole Miss …
Caught 22 passes for 263 yards and three touchdowns … Ranked
second on the squad in receiving yards … Recorded at least one
catch in 12 of 13 games.
Andrew Vollert- TE, Weber State, 6-5, 245-
Nice blocker outside on the edge. He can knock the OLB upfield and
let the RB run under him. He was really an H-Back at Weber, and
mostly lined up off the line.
David Wells- TE, San
Diego State, 6-5, 255-
Justin Jackson- RB, Northwestern, 5-11, 200-
Phillip Lindsay- RB, Colorado, 5-8, 190-
Jordan Chunn- RB, Troy, 6-1, 235-
Jake Bennett- OC, Colorado State, 6-3, 290-
Jacob Ohnesorge- OC, South Dakota State, 6-3, 295-
Dejon Allen- OG, Hawaii, 6-3, 290-
Salesi Uhatafe- OG, Utah, 6-5, 320-
Jacob Alsadek- OG, Arizona, 6-7, 325-
Cody O'Connell- OG, Washington State, 6-9, 368-
- OT, Alberta, 6-4, 285-
Zachary Crabtree, OT, Oklahoma State, 6-7, 310-
Greg Senat- OT, Wagner, 6-8, 290-
Brett Toth- OT, Army, 6-6, 305-
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