6-6, 325, #73, OLT/OLG- He
will over extend and get over aggressive and fall to the ground.
He seemed to wear down as the game went on against South Carolina.
Mammothly strong and had more pancakes against South Carolina than
any OL in the FBS this season.
OG, Tennessee, 6-6,
#73- Played in balance
better in 2019. Really, only Alabama and LSU got him out of sorts
enough to get him out of balance. Which allows him to use his
strong hands better and control blockers longer. Kentucky was
reluctant to put rushers and DLs in front of him.
had him going 75th in 2020 Draft Preview due to injury: *Trey
Smith- 6-6, 325, #73,
OLT/OLG, Tennessee- He
missed most of 2018 because of blood clots. He is another true
Junior who I just can’t see him declaring for this Draft. He
should stay in school and get his technique and health together
and get ready for the 2021 Draft.
2020 Draft Preview.
6-4, 240, QB, Rs-Sr- Just
doesn’t have the accuracy. Plays better as the game goes on.
Needs to get hit to start throwing accurately. Played much better
in the 2nd Half.
Veteran quarterback, leader and tough competitor who is in his fifth and final season on Rocky Top … Played in 35 games with 26 starts … Thrown for 5,321 yards and 33 touchdowns with just 13 interceptions on 410-of-673 pass attempts (61.0 percentage) ... His 1.90 interception percentage is the lowest in UT history (min. 400 attempts) … Owns three career 300-yard games, 11 career multi-touchdown pass games and joins Peyton Manning and Tyler Bray as the only Vols to throw for 400 yards in a game … Ranks eighth in Tennessee history in passing yards (5,321) and passing touchdowns (33), eighth in completions (410) and eighth in total offense (5,254) … Accounted for 35 career scores – 33 passing and two rushing … Will wear the SEC graduate patch in 2020 after earning degree in 2019 and working toward his master’s
6-6, 320, OL-Georgia Transferee
who played all three interior O-line positions. Tough inside
fighter. He also played both tackle positions. Though he will be
an Interior OL in the NFL.
Elite offensive line transfer who returns home to Knoxville … A 2020 preseason All-American and one of the top guards in the country who brings multiple years of SEC starting experience … Prepped at Knoxville Catholic where he was a five-star prospect before signing with Georgia in 2018 … Enrolled at Tennessee in the spring of 2020 … Started 18 of the 25 games he has played in … Continues family legacy of Vols as his brother, Cooper, signed with UT in December 2019 and his father, Kevin, was an All-SEC guard and offensive captain on the Vols’ 1994 squad … Attended the NCAA Elite Student-Athlete Symposium in March
6-3, 300, OC,-
Good not great college player. But a lot of good not great
Offensive Centers have gone on to have good careers in the
Transfer from Alabama who is Tennessee’s starting center and was the only offensive lineman to start all 13 games for the Volunteers in 2019 … Has appeared in and started 15 games during his three seasons at UT … Was awarded an extra year of eligibility by the NCAA following the 2019 season … Appeared in 25 games while making 15 starts throughout his collegiate career, including his time at
5-11, 205. RB,- Veteran running back who has played in 37 games and made 21 starts ... Totaled 1,676 rushing yards and ranks 15th in UT history in all-purpose yards with 2,820 ... Has 13 career touchdowns (nine rushing, three receiving, one kickoff return) ... His 724 career kickoff return yards ranks No. 14 in school history ... Averaging 5.0 yards per carry for his career ... Home run threat with three rushes of 50 or more yards in his
6-2, 210, WR,- Explosive receiver poised for a promising senior season … Appeared in 38 games with 27 starts … Caught 72 passes for 1,124 yards and four touchdowns … Also has one rushing score to his credit … 51 of his 72 catches have gone for a first down … Has 11 career catches of 25 or more yards … Came to Knoxville after outstanding prep career in Florida and prior to that grew up in Canada … A leader in the classroom and community as
has some quicks.
Veteran lockdown cornerback who will be one of the top players in the SEC at his position … Holds the single-game school record for interceptions with eight other players, a mark he achieved with three picks against UAB in 2019 … Started 21 of the 23 games he has played in thus far … Owns six career interceptions – three in each of his first two seasons – which is tied for 13th in school history and one shy of the top seven … Forced seven turnovers during his career with one forced fumble … Tallied seven pass breakups, 74 tackles, including seven tackles for loss … A freshman All-America selection in his first season after a productive high school career in South
DL 6-5, 315-
Physical defensive lineman who enters his senior year … Made Tennessee debut and was a consistent starter in 2019 after transferring from Michigan and becoming immediately eligible … Played his freshman and sophomore seasons with the Wolverines before enrolling at UT … Including his time at Michigan, played in 31 career games and recorded 52 total tackles … Was one of the top defensive line recruits in the nation for the Class of
6-5, 290, DL, - Standout interior defensive lineman who is set to return to the field in 2020 … Suffered season-ending knee injury in August 2019 and has worked his way back healthy … Enters his final season after playing for the Vols in 2018 … Came to Knoxville as one of the top junior college prospects in the
DL, 6-7, 305,- Appeared in all 13 contests with six starts ... Finished with 28 tackles, two tackles for loss and one sack to go along with a forced fumble and a blocked kick ... Started vs. Georgia State, South Carolina, UAB, Kentucky, Missouri and Vanderbilt … Capped his first season with three stops against Indiana in the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl
5-11, 190, CB, -
67: Read More.
Noon SEC Network:
WR, Missouri, Rs-Sr, 6-2, 215, #14-
He transferred from Virginia Tech to Missouri this season. Good
feet. Can run patterns at s: Read More.
III- 5-10, 210, RB-
Finished his junior season with 829 rushing yards on 186 carries (4.5 average), scoring a team-high nine touchdowns on the ground … Concluded his junior season with 2,748 career rushing yards, sixth-most in program history and trailing fifth-place Henry Josey by just 23 yards … Will enter his senior season needing 450 yards to become Mizzou’s rushing yards leader by a non-quarterback and is just 1,541 rushing yards away from catching Mizzou’s all-time career rushing leader, QB Brad Smith (4,289 from 2002-05) … His 537 career carries rank seventh-most in program history … Posted three 100-yard rushing performances as a junior, including a season-high 142 yards on just 18 carries with a pair of scores against Southeast
6-4, 210, WR, Gr-Tr- Giant small school transfer. Has good
speed. Size-Speed prospect who we will see if he can play this
*D'ionte Smith- 6', 155, JR/TR-Ran track. Joined the team in 2020 as a walk-on wide receiver after previously playing at Coffeyville Community College and MidAmerica Nazarene … Utilizes explosive speed in open field, becoming a threat in the pass and run games … Closed his prep career at Raytown High School in 2016, after totaling 38 catches and averaging 10.8 receiving yards in his senior year … In addition to his athletic profile, he also ran track and
6-1, 291, OC, Gr-Tr- Tranfered from Rutgers. Probably not
more than a Zone-blocking OC. Arm length will be everything for
OLB, Missouri, 6', 232, #32- 2019
SEASON: Was one of
the nation’s most dominant linebackers through the entirety of
the 2019 season, despite taking on an expanded role following the
injury to starting MLB Cale Garrett, who was also having an
All-American caliber season at the time of his injury … Pro
Football Focus Third Team: Read More.
or #93 Tre Williams-
6-5 260, DE, Rs-Sr- Began to establish himself as a solid pass rusher during his redshirt junior season, tallying 24 tackles with 3.0 tackles for loss and a one sack along with five QB hurries, the second-most on the team behind only NFL Draft third-round pick Jordan Elliott … Played in 11 games with eight
6-1, 300, WR- Became a dominant force on the interior for Mizzou during his first season as a full-time starter as a junior … Tallied 27 tackles and a team-high 6.5 sacks for a loss of 51 yards … His 6.5 sacks are tied for the most among any returning SEC defender in 2020 … Posted a pair of multiple-sack performances as a junior, both coming in SEC
6', 200, FS- Had a strong junior season, developing into one of the SEC’s best safeties, using his blend of speed and physicality to disrupt opposing offenses … Finished the year ranked third on the team with 49 tackles (35 solo) with 4.0 tackles for loss … Added a team-high 10 pass breakups with a fumble recovery and also forced fumble … His 49 tackles were a new single-season career-high … He became the first Mizzou safety in more than a decade to post 10+ pass breakups in a single
#9 Tyree Gillespie-
6', 210, Safety- Developed into one of the team’s top defenders at one of the two safety spots during his junior season, finishing the year with 50 tackles, second-most on the team, while adding 4.0 tackles for loss, 1.0 sack, seven pass breakups, a QB hurry and a forced fumble … Played in all 12 games, starting 11 while his only non-start came due to a targeting penalty suffered in the second half of the Vanderbilt game
CB/FS, S. Carolina, 6-4, 205, #24- Plays bail a lot. Great
size, but I doubt he’s a legit 6-4. Great long arms. Field fast.
He can reach out and catch the ball away from his body. Instant
change of direction when he sees the pass early. Played Safety as
well as CB. 2nd Team all SEC last season. Read More.
CB/FS, South Carolina, 6-1, 205, #1- Good size. Tall with good
length. Always seems to line up on the QB’s left. Sidesaddles in
pedal in off and zone to read the QB. Zones back a lot into almost
Cover Three. He will drop back like a Cover Two safety, and the
Safety on the opposite will blitz. Which makes him a Cover Two
Safety. Looks like a
Free Safety moving back always eyeing the QB.
powerful running back who can make defenders miss and has a gear
to take it the distance. Won the starting role during fall camp
last year. One of the top running backs in the SEC in yards after
contact. Has not fumbled in 195 career carries. Enters junior
season with 1,127 career rushing yards and six touchdowns on 195
carries and 26 receptions and four touchdowns for 214 receiving
WR, Miss ST, 6-1, 180- Top-ranked junior college wide receiver coming out of Northwest Mississippi Community College … Versatile playmaker that made two starts over
13 appearances in 2019 … Saw time on offense and special
#15 Aaron Sterling-
6-1, 245, DE SR- Senior defensive end who is coming off easily his best season as a Gamecock... hopes to parlay that success into an outstanding final campaign for the Garnet & Black... has a knack for being around the ball... has played in 33 games, making 15 career starts over the past three seasons... owns 78 career tackles including 16.0 tackles for loss and 9.0
5-10, 190, WR, -
Star. Speed Dangerous. Deceptive. Fun to watch. Body catcher.
Nick Muse- 6-4,
250, TE- He can play. Good
speed in pattern. Good blocker.
6-4, 320, OLG/OLT- Teams
stop rushing his lane. He is clearly the best OL on their line.
Great leverage and strength. He just catches and stones guys on
twists and stunts. Gets to the 2nd level too fast sometimes, and
whiffs on the LB.
6-6, 337, OLT- He will
lose when the DE gets his hands or arms.
Florida ESPN NOON:
QB, Florida, 6-5 239, Rs-Sr, #11- What can I say, I’m a
fan. I think I only watch him when he played well. He played in
twelve games last season with ten starts. He stepped in when the
starting QB got injured, helped hold the offense together, and won
games. Great size for a QB. Prototype: Read More.
TE, Florida- 6-6, 239, #84-
He’s a good route runner. Terrific hands. He can scoop it off
the turf. Nice speed. He’s light for a TE, but he runs pattern
with the speed of a WR. Good hands to reach back and snag the pass
behind him: Read More.
DT, Florida, 6-5, 358, #56-
Huge dude. I mean, gigantic. And he can move in the run game. He
will play Nose Tackle in Odd fronts and Defensive Tackle in Even
fronts. Great big nose tackle looking dude. Powerful.
Forceful. Aggressive. You can’t dig him out.
Edge, Florida, Rs-Sr, 6-6, 228, #7- 2019: Made appearances in nine games, notching eight starts
on the defensive line prior to sustaining a season-ending
injury… Totaled 31 tackles on the year, including 6.5
tackles-for-loss and 3.0 sacks, three QB hurries and two pass
breakups… One of eight Gators to finish with at least 3.0
sacks… Tallied at least four tackles in six games… Recorded
sacks on two occasions (Tennessee, South Carolina)… Was named
SEC Defensive Player of the Week after a season-high five-tackle
and half-sack performance against Towson…
LB, Florida, Rs-Jr, 6', 222, #51-
in 12 games, starting 11 at linebacker… Finished second on the
team in tackles (55)… One of eight Gators to finish with at
least 3.0 sacks… Recorded six tackles and a career-high 2.0
sacks in season opener against Miami.
III- 6-3, 194, CB, Florida, #21- Not
a lot of Tape on him. He only started six games. Smart kid. Good
student. Anticipates well. Man! There are some big CBs in this
Draft. This the third or fourth Corner I’ve looked at 6-3 or
bigger. He was a Nickel 2018 until Marco Wilson got hurt and
started nine games after that. He started 6 games in 2019: Read More.
CB/FS, Florida, 6', 190, #3-
He looks so light on his feet. No trouble keeping up with the
outside WR, while looking back at the QB. He can make a break on
the ball better than the WR sometimes. He has some nice suddenness
turning and running with the WR. He can dive out and intercept the
ball low and outside. Doesn’t have the steadiest hands: Read More.