2020 Player Ratings:

Day Three 

4th Round Big Board.

Updated 04/25/2020

These are the Players left that I had rated as Day Three Picks in the 2nd and 3rd Rounds. They will all be excellent picks on Day Three. I left their Original Ratings in to show how high I though they would go. The Highest Rated Player still on my board is Curtis Weaver at Pick 35. 

I mean, beside the one 1st Round rated dude left: Jacob Eason. I had him rated at 9.5 which is more of a 3rd Round or Day Three guy, but he was a Quarterback.

There is still a ton of talent left in this Great Draft. There are still plug and play players with Day Two talent left who are going to play for a long time in the NFL. The Pats don't have a pick until 159. They trade off their 4ths For players in the 3rd.

I'm adding the Team that has the pick in that slot. OBVIOUSLY!!!! Cincy ain't picking Jacob Eason, and so on and so forth. This is not a Mock it is a player rating, to attempt to show you were the can go. 

Cincy has the first pick on Day Three and Eason was the top player left on my Board. But it will show you the players in the area your team is going to be choosing from, and how much of a reach or great pick it might be.

I will be change some of the order, just to fit in the blue then gray theme of the Player Ratings. 


Name-HT, WT, 40, Vert, (U)- Unofficial, S- 10 Yard Split, 




1st and 2nd Round Rated Players Left.



Cincy: -*Jacob Eason- 6-6, 227, QB, Rs-Jr #10



Taken from 2020 Pats Draft Preseason Draft guide: He was a top recruit to Georgia. And saw a lot of action as a freshman. He had to redshirt last season to transfer to Washington and has two year of eligibility left. I don’t see why he would come out in this Draft. He hasn’t played in years, and I think he wants to QB Washington for a couple of seasons. He has a nice arm and can make all the throws. He is built like an NFL QB. 

He will get over excited and whip a bullet behind his TE. He will struggle to find guys in the Redzone. But can show patience and throw a strike as the pocket is collapsing around him. He throws very well with rushers in his face and the pocket collapsing around, when he knows he is going to get hit. He looked like a 1st Round QB at Georgia his Freshman year. 

He went under center and turned his back to the defense in an NFL play action at Georgia. He is not a great runner, especially on 3rd down. He can throw the nice deep pass with the pocket collapsing around him. He can dump it off to the RB outside as he is being hit and knocked down. Nice NFL play action on 3rd down and can hit the TE sneaking outside for the 1st. 

Nice quick feet in the pocket. Terrific balance and poise running play action and finding a WR over the middle. Good job hitting the WR in stride down the sideline. He can throw the nice pass on the Dig. He tends to stare down his first option and wait for him to get open. Which can work better at Georgia with their level of WRs. 

He is a quick thrower to the TE off play action. Has patience in the pocket and can check down to his 3rd receiver. He can hit his WR over the middle in traffic. He can be sneaky in the play action. TMIWHTMILH. He looked like an NFL QB in 2016 at Georgia, and then disappeared. If plays like he did at Georgia at Washington this season, and he decides to declare, he could go much earlier than expected. 

2019: Started all 13 games at quarterback ... finished the season with 3,132 passing yards, the fourth-highest total in UW single-season history ... 23 touchdown passes were sixth-most every by a Husky ... 27-for-36 for 349 yards, no interceptions and four touchdowns vs. Eastern Washington in the season opener ... four TDs tied for seventh-most in UW single-game history, while his 349 yards were most ever a Husky quarterback in his first start ... named the UW coaches' offensive player of the week for the EWU game ... 18-for-30 for 162 yards and one interception vs. California ... completed 18-of-25 for 262 yards and three touchdowns, with no interceptions, in the Huskies' win over Hawai'i ... 24-for-28 for 290 yards, three touchdowns and an interception in the win at BYU, where he completed 13 straight in one stretch ... 16-for-26 for 180 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions in the Husky victory over then-No. 21 USC ... 16-for-36 for 206 yards, one touchdown and one interception at Stanford ... 15-for-22 for 243 yards, no interceptions and two touchdowns in the UW win at Arizona ... went 23-for-30 for 289 yards, no interceptions and three touchdowns vs. Oregon ... 29-for-52 for 316 yards, two interceptions and four touchdowns vs. Utah ... 16-for-32 for 175 yards and two interceptions in the win at Oregon State ... 21-for-34 for 206 yards, one interception and one touchdown at Colorado ... in the Apple Cup win over WSU, completed 15-of-22 for 244 yards, no interceptions and a touchdown, while rushing for another score ... 22-for-32 for 210 yards, no interceptions and one touchdown in Washington's Las Vegas Bowl win over Boise State.

9.5 QB


Wash: Curtis Weaver- 6-2, 265, 32.3"Arms! 7.0 3-Cone, 4.27 SS, 9'8"Br, 32.5"Vert, 


Boise ST

01/2018: He is a big wide Edgerusher, the kind that Belichick likes. I don't know if is worth the 23 pick, but if BB likes I couldn't argue. He has some good Tape. He is an Edge guy, and not inside-outside guy, like Armond Armstead, but he has a similar build. Nice fake up field, and then drops to try to confuse the QB. He has the quick feet moving backwards in zone drop. He likes the spin move inside. He has speed to power. 

He can put the OLT on skates, pancake him, and force the QB to throw early. He is a power D-end. Nice job using speed to power to shove the OLT back, and then break inside through the double by the OLG, and force the QB to throw it away. Then he’ll zone drop on the next play as two OLs watch him retreat and don’t block a rusher.

Nice job covering the TE over the middle. 34 career sacks in three years (going into the Washington game). He has a nice two handed swipe while turning the corner. Very hit or miss player, though they run away from him a lot. He can be a grabber instead of a hitter on the Edge sometimes. He can take a wide corner to the QB and force the bad throw. 

Good job shoving the OLT to the ground on the cut block and keeping his feet. He will spy the QB, and grab him as he runs out of bounds and hold him up. Smart and athletic. Terrific eyes and instincts. He can hold off the blocker inside, and force the RB outside. Played at a lower level of competition. Veteran play who played four seasons at Boise. Ugly player, who wins ugly. But he wins. Square built rusher. Low and broad. Very underrated burst. Great work ethic and effort. Always hustling to the ball carrier. Not just a rusher. Causes trouble. Disruptive. 

He has that knack for hitting the quarterback. Plays with tenacity. Always moving and using his hands and extended arms to keep blockers at bay. Has speed and passrush ability. Over achiever. A little short. 32 3/8" arms where not the best numbers for him. Needs to play lower sometimes. He will let the OG get into his gut. Plays standing up a lot. Explosive off the snap. He can burst past the ORT right off the snap and leap into the passing lane. 

Will forget to use his hands and get wiped out. Gets to the side of the blocker consistently with blast off, but doesn't always know what to do with it. He will slow to read the QB and handoff and get knocked sideways, sometimes off his feet. When he wins with his initial burst and takes the side of the OL, he has to blast through into the backfield and not try and read. Disrupting the blocking pattern is better than getting knocked sideways off your rocker. 

RS JUNIOR (2019): Earned nine All-America honors...named to the All-America First Teams by Walter Camp, CBS Sports, and The Sporting News...earned second-team All-America honors from the AFCA, Associated Press, The Athletic, ESPN, FWAA, and USA TODAY...voted the Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year, and earned his third-straight selection to the All-Mountain West First Team...ends his career as the Mountain West's all-time sack leader, and second in Boise State history, with 34.0...became the Mountain West's all-time sack leader Oct. 5 at UNLV, recording three sacks to pass the previous benchmark of 28.5 shared by BYU's Jan Jorgensen (2006-09) and TCU's Jerry Hughes (2006-09)...started all 14 games...led Boise State in sacks (13.5) and tackles-for-loss (18.5), while racking up 52 tackles, and interception, and a forced fumble...led the Mountain West in both sacks and tackles-for-loss, while finishing tied for fifth and tied for 12th in the country, respectively...made a sack and 1.5 tackles-for-loss among his three tackles (two solo) at Florida State (Aug. 31).  

RS SOPHOMORE (2018): Named to the All-Mountain West First Team for a second-straight year...recorded a sack and had both of his tackles go for loss in the season opener at Troy (Sept. 1)...had a sack and two tackles-for-loss at Wyoming (Sept. 29)...added a sack among his four tackles (three solo) against San Diego State (Oct. 6)...registered 2.5 sacks among his five tackles against Colorado State (Oct. 19)...posted a career-high seven tackles, and recorded two sacks and 2.5 tackles-for-loss against BYU (Nov. 3)...made a sack and forced a fumble while finishing with four tackles (two solo) against Fresno State (Nov. 9)...shared a pair of sacks at New Mexico (Nov. 16).

RS FRESHMAN (2017): Named an All-American by Phil Steele (Fourth Team) and SB Nation (Honorable Mention), as well as to the Freshman All-America Teams of the FWAA and USA TODAY...selected to the All-Mountain West First Team...appeared in all 14 games, making two starts...led the Mountain West in sacks (11.0) and was fourth in tackles-for-loss (13.0)...also racked up 33 tackles (20 solo) in addition to an interception, and a fumble recovery which he returned 55 yards for a touchdown at Washington State (Sept. 9)...had two sacks among his three tackles (two solo) in his collegiate debut against Troy (Sept. 2)...snagged a fumble and returned it 55 yards for a touchdown, also had three solo tackles at Washington State (Sept. 9)...had a sack and forced a fumble among his four tackles (two solo) against Virginia (Sept. 22)...recorded 2.0 tackles-for-loss and a sack among his four solo tackles at San Diego State (Oct. 14)...tied his season and career high of two sacks, finishing with four total tackles vs. Wyoming (Oct. 21)...made two tackles at Utah State (Oct. 28)...collected one sack for three yards and snagged his first-career interception, returned for 17 yards vs. Nevada (Nov. 4)...had one tackle at Colorado State (Nov. 11)...posted a sack against Air Force (Nov. 18)...added another sack to go with four tackles in the Mountain West Championship Game against Fresno State (Dec. 2)...racked up two sacks at the Las Vegas Bowl against Oregon (Dec. 16).

FRESHMAN (2016): Redshirted the season.



Detroit: *Saahdiq Charles- 6-4, 321, (O) 5.05, 33"Arm, 10" Hand, 



03/2020: Great pop shoving the DE into the OLG, and then popping the DT stunting outside out of the play. He is cat quick when he turns outside and holds position, and then moves laterally upfield. Exceptional athlete. He can stone the DE on the short set when he gets his hand on him. Great strength and quicks. He was so dominating that Clemson didn’t always line up a DE in front of him. So they started running behind him, and he would turn and power the DL inside and collapse the line. Very athlete. Great feet dancing on the Edge. 

He is so confident in his ability to move backwards, he will hold position and wait for the DE to make his move, and then burst laterally and outside and grab and stuff him. I think he is an NFL OLT. Strong. Aggressive. Plays with some Nasty. Plays on the Edge sometimes as well. He can do it all physically. 

I think he is the best OC in the Draft. He was not good early in the Champ Game. But then got better on the third drive, and the whole LSU Offense responded. He will miss the Mike blitzing late. Good job on the NT on runs right behind him. He is so smooth and in control moving backwards in pass pro. When the D-end tries to use speed to power n him he just catches him and rides him upfield. Good athlete. Looks the part. Smooth. Agile. Quick. Coordinated. Showed up heavier than expected at the Combine. 

Clemson: Great power moving sideways. He can get inside the D-end and drive him sideways all the way out of bounds. Phenomenal feet and balance driving the DE sideways and is amazing pushing him out of bounds. Great quicks slipping outside to pick up the rusher with 4.3 speed (do I have to say his name;). He is a better athlete than given credit. He can get outside and lead the RB 30-40 yards downfield. 

He will whiff on rushers when one goes outside, and a delayed blitzer goes inside. He will try to step back inside to block both, and block nether. He bails more than kickslides too much. He has a lot of technique work to do. 

CAREER: Played in 32 games with 28 starts in his three years at LSU … Saw most of his action at left tackle, but also saw time at right tackle and right guard … Started 26 times at left tackle and once at right tackle and right guard … Made an immediate impact in his first year with the Tigers in 2017, starting nine games as a true freshman … Helped pave the way for LSU running backs going over the 1,000-yard mark all three seasons he was on the offensive line from 2017-19 … Played a total of 2,102 offensive snaps in his three years at LSU … Part of an LSU offensive line that was named the winner of the 2019 Joe Moore Award, which is presented annually to the top offensive line in college football … Opted to forgo senior season and entered his named into the 2020 NFL Draft

JUNIOR SEASON (2019): LSU’s starter at left tackle in nine games … Key part of LSU offensive line that was named the Joe Moore Award winner for the top unit in the nation ... Played a total of 653 offensive snaps … Played his best football down the stretch, helping the Tigers to three wins over Top 4 ranked teams in December and January … Graded out at 87% in win over Oklahoma after achieving a season-best grade of 92% in win over Georgia in the SEC Championship Game … The 92 percent was the best among all offensive linemen in win over Bulldogs … Key component of offense line that helped pave the way for LSU’s record-setting offense … Key contributor to the success of Heisman Trophy quarterback Joe Burrow and 1,400-yard rusher Clyde Edwards-Helaire ... Credited with a pair of finishes for the Tiger offense that put up 553 yards of offense against Texas A&M ... Helped the Tigers to more than 559 yards, including 166 on the ground against Alabama ... Graded out at 88 percent against one of the top defenses in the nation in Auburn, leading the way for Clyde Edwards-Helaire’s 136 yards on the ground ... Played all 50 snaps against the vaunted Gators defensive line and earned an overall grade of 91 percent.

9.5 OLT 


Giants: *Solomon Kindley- 6-3, 337, 32 1/4"Arm, 10" Hand, Rs-Jr, 



03/2020: He is rising up the charts and could be a Day Two pick. Very strong inside blocker. He can match up against the big NT looking dude and stone him. He is very impressive blocking two guys on the play action pass. Nice job pedaling back, and seeing no one is rushing his lane, and stopping to hit the NT. Nice job shoving the 5-Tech outside, and then turning and stoning the NT. He was injured and didn't work out at the Combine. Plays with some nasty. Huge dude who can move. Nice job slicing inside and sealing the NT outside. 

Great power at the point to get shirt and not let the DT recover from a false step. He can pancake the DT at the point. Great job getting the inside shoulder of the DT and keeping him in the middle as he moves forward to hit the ILB. He makes Swift look good when he runs behind him. When he pulls outside he can be a force of nature. He destroys DBs when he pulls outside and powers them past the marker to the 3rd level. Disciplined. Smart. Aggressive. Nasty Puller outside. Nice power to get inside the NT and turn him. 

He will duck his head and whiff getting to the 2nd level to block the LB. He will get lost in traffic on the twist. He will get too high off contact sometimes. He will over extend some times and fall down. Short arms. 

2019: Played in 13 games overall, starting in 11...a key player on Georgia teams that won 11 or more games three straight seasons, won three straight SEC Eastern Division titles, and played in three straight New Year’s Six Bowl game (2018 Rose, 2019 Allstate Sugar, 2020 Allstate Sugar)...named one of three team captains for season opener at Vanderbilt and also vs. Missouri and Texas A&M...played every offensive snap vs. Florida, Auburn, Texas A&M and Baylor, over 95 percent of snaps vs. Vanderbilt and Missouri...left the Notre Dame game with an injury...co-winner of Offensive “Up Front” award, given at team’s post-season awards gala....Outland Trophy Watch List...Sports Illustrated Preseason All-America Second Team...Preseason All-SEC Second Team Offense by media.

2018: Started all 14 games at left guard...played in 75 percent of Georgia's offensive snaps during the Bulldogs' eight SEC games...left Vanderbilt game with an injury but returned the following week as a starter at LSU...one of three winners of Most Improved Offensive Player award at team's post-season awards gala.
2017: Coaches’ Freshman All-SEC Team...played in 15 games, making seven starts at right guard...picked up first career start against Samford and started the next week against Mississippi State...one of two winners of the Most Improved Award for Offense during spring drills...started at right guard for Black team in G-Day spring game.

9.7 OG


Houston: Antonio Gandy-Golden- 6-4, 223, (O) 4.6, 32.3"Arms! 7.33 3-Cone, 4.55 SS, 10'7"Br! 32.5"V



01/2018: He is a beast. He is the biggest most physical WR in this Draft. He might be moved to H-back. Voted team captain. Great Vert exploding up for the high ball that no other catcher could catch. Great on comebacks.  His Forty was a disappointment, because he was such a great deep threat in college. He won't be as great a deep threat in the NFL with that speed. Great physicality. He crushed, killed, and destroyed UMass. Improved in 2019. 

Good blocker on the Edge . Willing blocker on WR screens. Gives good effort. He will stay to high and lose his balance sometimes. Need to get lower blocking. When it turns into a fight he wins. The most physical power forward in this Draft. I wouldn't cry if the Pats took him at 23. He is a Jolly Green Giant target at WR, in a land of Little Sprouts (you have to be really old to get that one, ask your parents;). 

Combine: He showed he could still over power NFL like CBs at the Senior Bowl. He can accelerate to the deep ball and snag it. Runs under the deep ball fast than his Forty time would indicate. Didn’t have a drop in first Gantlet. Nice quick feet. Faster than his Forty. Monstrous size.  Great post up dude. Know how to box out CBs and rebound the pass. Physical marvel. Arms' were short than expected. Has some good bursts out of breaks. Beast. Quickness and COD numbers were not as good as excepted. Nice production for more than one season. 

2019: 79 catches for 1,396-yards and 10 TDs. 

2018 (Jr.): Phil Steele Postseason All-Independent first team. VaSID All-State second team. Named Liberty's Offensive Player of the Week after the New Mexico game. Named Liberty's Offensive Player of the Week after the Idaho State game. Named Liberty's Offensive Player of the Week after the UMass game. Started all 11 games. Finished the season with 1,037 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns. Became the second player in program history to post back-to-back 1,000 receiving yard seasons. One of 39 FBS players in the country to finish the season with 1,000 or more receiving yards. One of 22 FBS players in the country to finish the season with 10 or more receiving touchdowns. Would have ranked No. 14 in the country in receiving yards per game (94.3) if Liberty was eligible for the FBS national rankings (not eligible due to FBS transition process). Posted four 100-yard games, including two 200-yard contests. Finished three contests with two or more touchdowns. Scored three times during Liberty's FBS era opening win over Old Dominion, finishing the contest with six receptions for 53 yards and three touchdowns. Set a school single game record with 245 receiving yards in a road win at New Mexico, setting the record on 11 receptions, including a 50-yard touchdown play. Seven receptions for 115 yards and a touchdown at New Mexico State. Finished the Idaho State win with 10 receptions for 142 yards and two touchdowns. Nine catches for 205 yards and two touchdowns at UMass. Eight receptions for 62 yards and a touchdown in a home win over New Mexico State.

2017 (So.): Big South All-Conference first team.  VaSID All-State second team. Saw playing time in 10 games, finishing the season with eight starts. Missed Liberty's final home game against Presbyterian due to an injury. Led the Big South in receiving yards (1,066) and receptions (69). Seventh 1,000 yard receiver in program history
• Tied for the Big South lead in touchdown receptions (10). Was the lone Big South wide receiver to finish the season averaging more than 100 yards per game (106.6). Would have ranked No. 9 in the country in receiving yards per game if Liberty's players were eligible to be ranked in the national statistics. Six 100-yard games, including three against Big South opponents.. Had a breakout game during Liberty's season-opening win at Baylor, finishing the contest with career highs of 13 receptions for 192 yards and two touchdowns. Finished the Indiana State game with seven receptions for 171 yards and a touchdown. Seven catches for 126 yards against No. 5 Jacksonville State. Had nine receptions for 127 yards and two touchdowns against Monmouth. Four catches for 123 yards, including a 40-yard touchdown catch, at Gardner-Webb. Closed out the season with 10 receptions for 113 yards and two touchdowns against Charleston Southern.

9.7 Speed


Chargers: *Hunter Bryant- 6-2, 248, (O) 4.74, 32"Arm, 7.08 3-Cone, 4.46 SS, 9'7" Broad, 32.5" Vert, 



He is their go to guy. They play like a big WR a lot. He is the guy they try to get going early. They will motion him, and hand him the ball on the jet sweep. He is not a TE. He is an H-back who might be more of a WR. He is a very unique weapon in this Draft. Consistently lines up like WR, but he can block on the 2nd level like an H-back. He runs a terrific inside pattern, and then fades outside for the easy pass. He can be dynamic after the catch. 

Nice feet in pattern on the stutter step fake that can break down the CB. When the ball is high he snags it. When he is healthy, he is something to see. He will drop the fast ball low and inside. He can turn inside, on the outside pass, and block two different LBs. Good blocker. 

He has some great speed with the ball in his hands. He can leap out and scrap it off the turf. He will stay in, in pass pro on 3rd and long, and doesn’t do a bad job blocking on the Edge. He holds on long enough to give his QB time to throw. Excellent slot WR. He just slants inside and the Nickel can’t get around his body. Catches that quick inside throw nicely with his hands. 

2019: He has declared his intentio2019: Has declared his intention2019: Has declared his intention to forgo his final season of eligibility and enter the NFL Draft ... first-team All-Pac-12 ... also made the Associated Press All-Pac-12 first team and the Pro Football Focus second team ... named first-team All-Pac-12 and third-team All-America by Phil Steele ... finished the season 85 career receptions for 1,394 yards, the fourth- and second-most, respectively, by a tight end in UW history ... 52 receptions in 2019 were second-most in UW single-season history by a tight end, while 825 receiving yards were just 25 short of the UW TEs record ... named to the preseason All-Pac-12 second team ... one of three finalists for the Mackey Award ... played in all 12 games (sat out the bowl game), starting 11 of those 12 (all except Hawai'i) ... started vs. Eastern Washington, finishing with a team-high six catches for 81 yards ... four catches for 40 yards vs. California ... made five catches for 115 yards, including a 47-yard TD on the third play of the game, in the Huskies' win over Hawai'i ... named the UW coaches' offensive player of the game after that victory.

9.7 Size 

3rd Round Rated Players Left.


Carolina: Shane Lemieux- 6-4 310, 32 1/4"Arm,  (O) 5.11, 8'11"Broad, 25.5" Vert, 8.13 3-Cone, 4.9 SS



Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: He is so balanced and easy in Pass pro. I saw him more as a run blocking guy, but he so smooth and disciplined in pass pro. Very impressive. Great initial pop to move the DT out of the way. He is the guy they run behind when they need it most. He is the best blocker on Oregon’s impressive O-line.

They ran behind him on the Goal line, on the 2-point conversion, and converted against Auburn. Great job doubling the DT into the OC and going and sealing the ILB to give a great lane to the RB. They like to run behind him on 4th down and 1. Great run blocker. They run behind him when they have the lead in the 4th or are trying to get into position in the Redzone to take the lead to tie. He seems to give the RB four or five yards just slashing behind him every time.

He can pancake the DT in pass pro. He makes the seal block look easy. He looked fatter this year.  He just grabs DTs in the rush and anchors and stop them short. He is amazing in pass pro. He will miss the block on the quick DL when they go outside quick. He can drive the rusher trying to slash inside of him to the other side of the line and toss him to the ground. When he stays in balance he dominates. 

03/2020: Lemieux is so balanced and easy in Pass pro. I saw him more as a run block guy, but he so smooth and disciplined in pass pro. When Oregon needed a yard they ran behind him. That's good enough for me. Very impressive. Great initial pop to move the DT out of the way. He will get his hands outside

sometimes and will keep them low and outside, and likes to pull up on the shirt. He just stones all the DT, and when they try to push him up and take a shoulder, he slides that great base sideways. Great balance in contact. The Pats could really use this guy. He did a great job getting his hands inside in the DE’s shirt, and keeping his feet moving forward to power him out of the play. 

Career: Started 52 consecutive games at left guard. Played 3,611 snaps at left guard over his career, including over 900 each of the last three seasons. Named a first-team All-American as a junior and a second-team All-American as a senior.

As A Senior (2019): NFL Combine participant. Senior Bowl invitee. Sports Illustrated All-America first team. AP All-America second team. USA TODAY All-America second team. AP Pac-12 All-Conference first team. PFF All-Pac-12 first team. Coaches Pac-12 All-Conference second team. Two-Time Pac-12 Offensive Lineman of the Week (Week 9 & 12). Three-Time PFF National Team of the Week (Week 7, 9 & 12). Five-Time PFF Pac-12 Team of the Week (Week 3, 6, 7, 9 & 12).

Started all 14 games at left guard and extended his streak to 52 … Played nearly 98 percent (935) of the offensive snaps … Rated the No. 3 guard in the Pac-12 and No. 23 nationally by PFF with a grade of 75.3 … Also finished third among Pac-12 guards with a 75.1 run-blocking grade … Second on the team with 51 knockdowns … Did not allow a pressure, hurry or hit on the QB in three games …Team captain in four games … Allowed just one sack and three hits on the QB in 497 pass-block snaps … Oregon finished as one of seven FBS teams with 35 passing TDs and 25 rushing TDs … Helped Oregon rank ninth nationally with 5.48 yards per carry in the fourth quarter and 14th in the second half (5.32) … vs. Washington State (Oct. 26): Top-graded guard in the Pac-12 for week 9 with an 81.7 overall … Helped pave the way for 306 rushing yards and three TDs … Earned a 82.9 run-blocking grade that was fifth best among guards nationally … vs. Wisconsin (Jan. 1): Didn’t allow a pressure, hurry or hit on the QB in the Rose Bowl … Run-blocking grade of 86.5 was a season best and the 12th best by a guard in a bowl game.

As A Junior (2018): The Athletic All-America second team. AP Pac-12 All-Conference first team. PFF Pac-12 All-Conference team. Coaches Pac-12 All-Conference second team. Phil Steele Pac-12 All-Conference second team. Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention. PFF National Team of the Week (Week 1). Four-Time PFF Pac-12 Team of the Week (Week 1, 2, 10, 13).

Graded out as the No. 1 guard in the Pac-12 and the No. 3 guard in the nation, according to Pro Football Focus … Extended his streak to 38 consecutive starts at left guard … Served as a team captain for five games … Played just over 95 percent (932) of the offensive snaps … Took every offensive snap in seven games, including five straight to open Pac-12 action … Overall grade of 83.9 was bolstered by a run-blocking grade of 84.8 that ranked third among FBS guards … Top-ranked guard in the Pac-12 three times … Graded out at 80 percent or better overall in three games … Finished with an 80 percent or better pass blocking grade in four games and the same in run blocking three times … Part of an offensive line that helped Oregon finish No. 25 nationally in scoring offense (34.8), which included five games of 200 yards rushing … vs. Bowling Green (Sept. 1): Third-highest graded offensive lineman in the country in week 1 at 91.6 overall … Paved the way for over 500 yards of total offense for the ninth consecutive home opener … Also ranked third in the nation with a run-blocking grade of 92.6 … at No. 24 Cal (Sept. 29): Paved the way for Oregon to rush for 260 yards and earned a run-blocking grade of 85.9 … Overall grade of 85.2 was second-best nationally among guards.

9.7 OG


 Arizona: John Simpson- 6-4, 321, 34.1" Arm, 34 Reps! (O) 5.24, 8'11"Br, 30"Vert, 8.03 3-C, 4.87 SS



Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: He is so tough to move off the line. I thought he was the best OLG I saw last year. He is right up there with Shane Lemieux. Lemieux was better in 2018, and I thought Simpson was better and tougher in 2019. He is so good at absorbing the biggest and strongest guys get off, and then just stop him. He has an amazing base to just stop the rusher. He uses that leg strength to move forward in run game. He can power the biggest f the biggest back. He hurt the big OLs moving them backwards at SB practice. 

He is so balanced and easy in Pass pro. I saw him more as a run block guy, but he so smooth and disciplined in pass pro. Very impressive. Great initial pop to move the DT out of the way. He will get his hands outside sometimes and will keep them low and outside and likes to pull up on the shirt. He just stones all the DT, and when they try to push him up and take a shoulder, he slides that great base sideways. Great balance in contact. The Pats could really use this guy. He did a great job getting his hands inside in the DE’s shirt, and keeping his feet moving forward to power him out of the play. 
He is so good at blocking two guys on plays. He should be a Day tow pick. Guys stop rushing his lane, and stop before he can he his big mitts on him, and jump to try and swat down the pass. He is a huge guy, but he has the athleticism to pull around the OC and knock the ILB out of the hole with his size and power. Terrific moving backward and holding position while jabbing the DT. 

Vs. LSU: When Clemson needed a yard they ran behind him. He is a huge guy, but he has the athleticism to pull around the OC and knock the ILB out of the hole with his size and power. Terrific moving backward and holding position while jabbing the DT. Teams stay out of his lane a lot. LSU didn’t want to rush his lane in the 3rd quarter. He is an amazing blocker. He jammed Lawrence up and sideways. Then turned and put the OLB on skates for almost ten yards on the Dive. He is so big he looks like a Tackle moving backwards in pass pro. He can is so strong he kept grabbing the smaller rusher and just stopping him cold.

Terrific job getting to the 2nd level and taking out the LB. He will give up the inside, when he hands placement isn’t good. Stays low and wide, real wide. It is so tough to take either shoulder on him. When he doubles the DT, he shoves him back fast. Nice job playing with his arms extended. He has some bounciness and agility hopping sideways in block. Very strong. He can drive the DL up with one arm. Nice quicks to move inside to hit the late blitzer and knock him down. 

Nice job getting to the LB and sealing him inside. Great job doubling the DT, and sliding off to hit the ILB. They like to run behind him on the Goalline. He can get to the blitzing LB and drive him out of the hole, and around to the outside. He will lose his balance and fall down sometimes. He has to play in better balance. When in balance, he's smarts and can shove off more than one rusher moving backwards.

Offensive lineman who played both guard positions for the Tigers in 2017 before earning the starting role … entered 2019 bowl season having played 1,916 snaps over 48 games (27 starts) in his career … selected as a Preseason All-American for 2019 by Phil Steele (first-team) and Athlon (second-team).

2019: Outland Trophy semifinalist … first-team All-ACC selection … played 598 snaps in 12 games (all starts) prior to bowl season prior to earning consensus All-America status that year.

2019: Consensus All-American who was a first-team selection of the AFCA, FWAA, Sporting News and WCFF … second-team AP All-American … became the sixth Clemson offensive lineman to earn consensus All-American honors all-time, joining Harry Olszewski (1967), Stacy Long (1990), Jeb Flesch (1991), Stacy Seegars (1993) and Mitch Hyatt (2018) … Outland Trophy semifinalist … first-team All-ACC selection … played 725 snaps in 14 games (all starts) … played 45 snaps vs. Georgia Tech in helping Clemson to its most rushing yards (411) in a season opener since 1957 … played 66 snaps vs. No. 12 Texas A&M, earning ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week … repeated as ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week after playing 69 snaps at Syracuse as Clemson held Syracuse without a sack and produced 612 yards of offense … recorded 34 snaps vs. Charlotte … played 61 snaps at North Carolina in Clemson’s first one-point win since the 2012 Chick-fil-A Bowl … played 56 snaps in helping Clemson to 552 yards of total offense vs. Florida State … played 26 snaps in the midst of Clemson’s 551-yard performance with 298 rushing yards at Louisville … played 29 snaps in helping Clemson exceed both 300 passing yards and 300 rushing yards vs. Boston College … played 53 snaps and scored on a one-yard touchdown run (the first touchdown of his football career at any level) in Clemson’s Atlantic Division-clinching win at NC State, becoming Clemson’s first offensive lineman to score a touchdown since 2011 and earning ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week … played 49 snaps vs. Wake Forest, helping Clemson out-gain the Demon Deacons, 516-105 … played 57 snaps at South Carolina as Clemson earned its sixth consecutive victory against the Gamecocks … played 53 snaps as Clemson rolled up 600 yards of offense vs. No. 22 Virginia en route to a fifth straight ACC Championship … played 65 snaps as Clemson produced the fifth-largest comeback in school history, overcoming a 16-0 deficit in a Fiesta Bowl win vs. No. 2 Ohio State … played 66 snaps vs. No. 1 LSU.

2018: Second-team AP All-ACC … third-team All-ACC … played 858 snaps over 15 games (all starts) … played 49 snaps in helping the offense gain 531 yards of offense vs. Furman … played 60 snaps and helped the offense gain 413 yards in a start at Texas A&M … in 56 snaps, helped the offense gain 286 rushing yards and 309 passing yards in a start vs. Georgia Southern … helped Clemson once again eclipse 200 yards both rushing and passing in a start at Georgia Tech, appearing in 42 snaps … played 79 snaps in a start in a comeback win vs. Syracuse, helping power the Tigers on a 13-play, 94-yard game-winning drive … played 51 snaps in helping Clemson accrue 698 yards and a school-record 11.8 yards per carry at Wake Forest, resulting in the entire offensive line earning team offensive player of the game honors … played 55 snaps in helping Clemson accrue 471 yards of offense against No. 16 NC State … played 56 snaps in helping hand Florida State its worst home loss in program history … played 33 snaps in helping Clemson set school records in yards per play (11.6) and yards per carry (13.3) vs. Louisville, resulting in the offensive line’s second collective selection as offensive player of the game … played 71 snaps in Clemson’s Atlantic Division-clinching win at No. 17 Boston College … played 64 snaps as Clemson eclipsed 200 passing yards and 200 rushing yards vs. Duke … played 64 snaps vs. South Carolina in helping guide Clemson to 744 total yards, the third-highest total in school history … played 50 snaps in ACC Championship Game against Pitt … played 67 snaps as Clemson passed for 327 yards and rushed for 211 yards vs. No. 3 Notre Dame in the Cotton Bowl … played 61 snaps in National Championship Game victory vs. No. 1 Alabama.

9.7 OG


Cleveland: Rashard Lawrence- 6-2, 308, 34.1"Arm, 11" Hands, 22 Reps, (O) 5.97, 8.03 3-Cone,



Taken from 2020 Pats Draft Preseason Draft guide: When he burst into the backfield he finds the QB. They have him rush outside like a D-end a lot. Mostly he seemed to play the 5-Tech in odd fronts. The OLT and OLG will double him on the edge. They play a lot of odd fronts with three DLs rushing. Great initial burst. He can be a yard ahead of the other LSU DLs off the snap. 

He can bounce outside the OLT and get shoved back. Then get low and move forward into the RB at the line. He plays with great leverage and power. He will smash into the OLT and then bounce outside to run the arc. 

He has that great second burst that the great 5-Techs have to have. He lines up in an odd front like a 5-Tech, but really lines up inside the OLT, like they want to take away everything inside, or protect the LBs so they can run to the ball. 

He can get low and grab the shoestrings inside. They will line him up at DE, and he can push the OLT to the ground and go and get the RB on the other side of the line for a TFL. Nice hands and power. Freakish DT who they play at D-end and 5-Tech. He played hurt s lot, sprained ankle, in 2018. 

He gets double by the OLT and OLG in the run game. Very nice job leading with his hands with his arms extended. He can push the OLT and OLG up with one hand in each chest, and then drop and let them fall past him and get the RB behind them. Amazing strength, power, balance, and deception at the point. 

He plays inside a little more at 5-Tech. He is so good at jamming the OL back with his initial burst, and slipping inside to hit the RB on the Dive. He had his coming out party in the Fiesta Bowl, where he garnered 2 sacks and 4 TFLs, Teams will double him at the point, but then he will get to the RB when OLT slides off to block someone else. 

SENIOR SEASON (2019): Veteran leader of the LSU defense – on and off the field … Second team All-SEC by SEC Coaches in 2019 … Played in 11 games with 10 starts … Started LSU’s final eight games … Has 25 tackles, 5.0 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks … Missed games against Northwestern State, at Vanderbilt and against Utah State with an injury ... Had two tackles against Oklahoma as the constant pressure of the Tiger defense line limited OU quarterback Jalen Hurts to 15-of-31 passing with an interception … The Tigers also held OU to only 97 rushing yards, its lowest total of the year and the first time since the 2016 season-opener vs. Houston the Sooners were held under 100 rushing yards … Helped limit the Georgia rushing attack to less than 100 yards and totaled four tackles and 1.0 tackles for loss in the SEC Championship ... Matched a season best with four tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss against Arkansas ... Credited with three tackles at Ole Miss ... The top lineman against the Crimson Tide with four tackles and two crucial pass breakups ... In his first start since being out with an injury, finished with three tackles and his first career fumble recovery against Mississippi State... Returned to the field against No. 7 Florida and credited with a QB hurry ... Forced his first career fumble and recorded a sack in the season opener against Georgia Southern.

9.6 Size 


Jacksonville: Troy Pride Jr- 5-11, 193, 6.94 3-Cone! (O) 4.4! 4.26 SS, 9'11"Br, 35.5"V, 30.5"Arm, 13 R


Notre Dame

Terrific Finesse Press Corner. He doesn't let the QB throw to his man. He is also a great special teamer. He can help a team in a lot of ways. Great COD. Great Feet. Zones the flat with speed, aggression and good eyes. Presses on both sides. Great in finesse press. Easy and smooth swivel hips. Turns and moves back out of Press sideways a lot. Loves to move back sideways eyeing the QB. Slide out into Off too much. 

He'll set the Edge when they don't put a WR on his side. I like him better in press. He'll turn and bail in press sometimes. Elite mover heading back half turned to look back at the QB as he stays in front of the WR in a Go. A 6.94 3-Cone is great number for him. He gets stuck on blocks too much. A little too happy to be stalemated by the big WR. He'll line up as a Cover One Safety sometimes. He will get more aggressive against the run when lined up at FS. A little too shy in run game otherwise. QBs tend to ignore his side, only throw to his side when he drops to Cover 3.

He was allegedly laser-timed at 4.38 at "ND Day" in 2019. But I don't believe it. Doesn't always take great angles. Gets aggressive at LOS, and can be easy blocked by the WR he is Pressing. Quick. Hoppy. Plays behind his eyes. Great eyes. Smart. He can be sticky. He had a terrific PBU in the Bowl game. A 4.4-flat Forty at the Combine is a good number for him. More protects the sideline than fierce in run game. 

Smooth and easy zoning the flat. "We all know about Julian Love in terms of what he’s capable of doing," ND HC Kelly said. "Troy Pride has probably, of all the corners, been the most consistent of anybody out there this spring. I’m really pleased with his physicality, his strength and his knowledge. I’m as pleased with him as anybody. I know he is too. I know he knows he’s playing really well." Elite athlete who makes everything look so easy and natural. 

SENIOR SEASON (2019): Played in all 13 games, making 40 tackles with an interception and six pass break-ups. Recorded an interception in win at Duke. Had a pass break-up in the Camping World Bowl victory over Iowa State

JUNIOR SEASON (2018): Played in 12 contests while missing the Pitt game (ankle). Owned 47 tackles on the year, 1.5 for loss, while adding a pair of interceptions, 10 pass break-ups a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. Had a tackle for loss among four total tackles in win over No. 14 Michigan. Recorded interceptions in consecutive games against Vanderbilt and Wake Forest. Sprinter on the Irish track team

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2017): Appeared in 12 games and started four contests. Started Miami, Fla. (Nov. 11), Navy (Nov. 18), Stanford (Nov. 25) and LSU (Jan. 1). Recorded 22 tackles, including 14 solo stops and one tackle for loss. Added three passes defended and one interception. Registered a career-best six tackles, including one for loss, and added an interception and pass breakup vs. Navy (Nov. 18). Collected four tackles against both USC (Oct. 21) and Wake Forest (Nov. 4).

FRESHMAN SEASON (2016): Appeared in eight games for the Irish and started three contests. Started vs. Stanford (Oct. 15), Miami, Fla. (Oct. 29) and USC (Nov. 29). Recorded 12 tackles on the season, including 10 solo stops. One of 10 true freshmen (Julian Love, Devin Studstill, Donte Vaughn, Jalen Elliott, Julian Okwara, Daelin Hayes, Kevin Stepherson, Chase Claypool and Jamir Jones) who played in at least eight games. One of eight true freshmen (Julian Love, Devin Studstill, Donte Vaughn, Jalen Elliott, Julian Okwara, Daelin Hayes and Jamir Jones) on defense who played in at least eight games. One of seven true freshmen (Julian Love, Devin Studstill, Donte Vaughn, Jalen Elliott, Daelin Hayes and Chase Claypool) to register at least 11 tackles. One of four true freshmen (Julian Love, Devin Studstill and Donte Vaughn) to start on defense. One of five freshmen defensive backs (Jalen Elliott, Julian Love, Devin Studstill and Donte Vaughn) that not only played significant snaps but totaled 131 tackles — the most in Irish single-season history by a rookie class in the secondary. Recorded a then career-best five tackles vs. Miami, Fla. (Oct. 29). Also registered tackles vs. Syracuse (Oct. 1), Stanford (Oct. 15), Army (Nov. 12) and USC (Nov. 26). Recovered a fumble at USC (Nov. 29).  



Minny: Leki Fotu- 5-11 5/8", 195, (U) 4.57, 30” Arms, 



From Pats Draft Preseason 2020 Draft Book: Fotu is the type of giant inside monster that offenses have to double, which helps make his teammates look better. 

He scares QBs. When he hits QBs they struggle for a while to recover. I’ve seen more than one QB slide down in the pocket when they see him coming. When he burst into the backfield, he finds the RB. When he guesses right, he can knock the OC onto his side and hit the QB. He has some speed to power to pop the OL back into the QB. Voted team captain. 

Solid against the run. Nice job using hands and leverage to shed the OC and get to the RB on the Dive, like a 3-Tech. Nice swipe into the Rip to hit the QB. He plays on the Nose and 3-Tech for Utah. Great NFL size. Extends hands first, off the snap, and keeps the OC’s hands off his shirt as he spies into the backfield. Great job holding up the double team to slow the RB. 

Nice job sliding to his right after he see the hand off to the RB. He gets a little too high, and can struggle to shed against the great OC (Nick Harris), but he plays great behind his eyes and hands. Love the way he finds the RB in traffic Teams double him in the run. He can take on the double team on the dive at him, and make the RB bounce it outside. He is a rock in the middle. He is a run first DT, but he has some nice hands after the reads pass on the stack and shed. Huge man. Giant Nose Tackle type dude. Powerful. Leveraged. Hard to move. Good eyes Sees the play. Knows how to stuff it. 

He will line up with his hand down in two DT fronts. He can shove off two blockers and take the outside shoulder of the ORG to the QB. Once he is moving forward, he tough to stop. Great power to push the pocket back, and can get to the side of the RB and when the QB takes off, knock his block off. When he tackles QBs they know it. He can use a nice arm over move to run right into the RB at the line. 

UTAH: 2019 All-American and two-time first-team All-Pac-12 tackle (2018-19) … 45 games with 28 starts.
2019: Earned second-team All-America honors from Walter Camp, FWAA and Phil Steele and third-team honors from the AP … first-team All-Pac-12 … started 13 games at right tackle (missed the Northern Illinois game) … third on the team with 9.0 tackles for loss … 29 tackles … two pass breakups … two of four tackles against BYU were for a loss … four tackles and a pass breakup against Arizona State … named Pac-12 Defensive Lineman of the Week after recording three tackles (1.5 TFL, 1.0 sack) against California … forced a fumble against USC … two tackles with a half sack vs. Texas in the Alamo Bowl … team captain.
2018: First-team All-Pac-12 … played in all 14 games with 13 starts … 33 tackles (5.5 TFL, 3.0 sacks) … five tackles vs. Arizona State … four tackles (2.0 TFL, 1.0 sack) vs. BYU … four tackles (1.5 TFL, 1.0 sack) vs. USC … four tackles (0.5 TFL) against Oregon … four tackles vs. Northwestern in the Holiday Bowl … three tackles vs. Northern Illinois (0.5 TFL) and UCLA.
2017: Played in all 13 games with two starts (Stanford, Washington) … 22 tackles (3.5 TFL) … season-high four tackles included a TFL against Washington … three tackles and a fumble recovery at Oregon … three tackles against BYU and West Virginia … forced fumble and pass breakup against San Jose State … blocked a field goal against Arizona.
2016–Played in five games as a true freshman … one tackle against Oregon.

9.7 Speed


Denver: Harrison Bryant- 6-5, 243, (O) 4.73, 30 5/8"A, 13 R, 9'2"Br, 32.5"Vert, 7.41 3-C, 4.37 SS



Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: He had a ton of production at a smaller school. Terrific athlete. He really looks the part. Not a great blocker. He gives good effort. Light hands. Needs to grab shirt better. He is not a great blocker. Great job doubling down on the D-end in the run, and help the ORT drive him back out of the play.

He won the start at the Senior Bowl, over Jared Pinkney. That is sign that teams are valuing pass catching over blocking at TE now a days. Light hands. Needs to grab shirt better. More of an H-back. They like to swing him out of the backfield into space. He is a good runner after the catch. Soft easy hands. Never seems to fight the ball.

He will lead the RB through the hole like a FB and give a good hit, but he struggles to sustain blocks. Good in pass pro. They will keep him in to block, and he can stalemate the DE in pass pro. They’ll have him crack back sometimes, and he’ll dive to the ground and take him out of the play. 

He can sustain blocks against DBs in space for a long time, and eventually pancake them 20-yards downfield. More of an athletic blocker, who struggles against the bigger guys. He is slick in patterns. He can move across the line like he is blocking, then break wide open downfield uncovered. He caught that pass against North Texas and ran for a 56-yard TD. Excellent receiving H-back prospect. But he will take some time, and strength training.

Bryant lines up in the Slot a lot. He will drop the fastball low and outside.

Senior (2019): Earned the University's Athletic Academic Achievement award at the University's Honors Convocation. Earned Spring Game Offensive MVP honors along with John Mitchell. Named to 2019 C-USA Preseason first team offense by Athlon Sports & Life. First Team preseason All-Conference selection by Phil Steele's Magazine. Led the team with six catches and 79 yards in the season opener at Ohio State, a game that he also served as a team captain. Had a team-high 51 yards on four receptions versus UCF. Recorded three receptions for 80 yards in the Ball State victory, with a long of 52 yards. Tallied two catches for a total of 39 yards in limited action versus Wagner. Had a team-leading six receptions tallying 96 yards in the Owls victory over Charlotte. His longest reception of the day was for 57 yards. Once again, led the Owls with four receptions for a total of 68 yards in the MT win. Had six receptions for 72 yards in the Marshall contest. Tallied a team-high 92 yards, on eight catches, in the ODU 41-3 win over ODU. Led the Owls versus WKU with six carries for a total of 74 yards. Had his second consecutive game with a TD on a night he recorded four receptions for a total of 57 yards in FAU's 37-7 win over FIU. Turned in a monster game at UTSA, where he was heavily covered but shed defenders with 10 carries for 182 yards and a score. Instrumental in the Owls' 34-17 win over USM to claim the C-USA East Division title, as he recorded three catches, all for scores, for a total of 75 yards. Became just the third Owl to surpass the single-season 1,000 yard mark in the Owls' 49-6 win over UAB in the C-USA Championship game with four receptions for 39 yards and added a score. Honored with the 2019 John Mackey Award, as the nation's most outstanding tight end (only G-5 winner in the awards' history) at the 2019 College Football Awards Show, hosted by the College Football Hall of Fame on Dec. 12. Earned unanimous All-America status, as he was voted First Team by AFCA, Associated Press, FWAA, Sporting News and Walter Camp. That came among many individual awards earned this season, as seen below. Finished collegiate career ranked No. 57 nationally with seven receiving TDs, No. 39 with 1,004 receiving yards, No. 38 in receiving yards per game (77.2), No. 62 in receptions per game (5.0) and No. 95 in yards per reception 15.45

9.6 Small School


Atlanta: Alton Robinson- 6-3, 246, (U) 4.69, 9'9"Br! 35.5"V, 7.08 3-C, 4.32 SS, 32.3"A, 25 Rep



03/2020: Robinson has the get off and speed to arc to the QB. They were rushing him inside at the SB, and he didn’t look bad. He likes to use speed to power to try and pop the OLT back, and then spin in side. He has some flash dash. He needs to use his long arms better and more consistently. When he tries to get fancy he can flash, but get stoned as well. Good hands for gripping shirt. He can control the blocker with his hands. Shove him up and the pull him down and himself past the ORT.  

He is a long armed Edgerusher, who needs to do what he does best. When he plays at arm’s length, he really looks good. Terrific job bursting inside, when lined up standing up, and get to the RB running a dive on the other side of the OC . He has some good eyes, and gets through traffic with some flash sometimes. Great blast off straight up field. He doesn't have the best bend, but man does he have an explosive get off. Great job bursting inside and blocking multiple OLs so the D-tackle can stunt outside of him to the QB. When he wins the hand fight end wins. He can use his hands to set the Edge and quickly shed the ORT. 

Terrific rusher on the Edge. Nice inside move. He can uses his hands and arms with great effect in the up and under move to get inside the OLT and sack the QB. I am unsure about him, but he got better all week at the SB. HE has some speed to power. He has long arms, which when he uses can really help him. Nice job using speed to power to pop the ORT, and then a quick swim to the QB. Explosive burst down the line when the RB runs inside. Plays fast.  Good hands in rush. 

Career Overview: Three-year starter at defensive end ... Joined the Orange during 2017 preseason camp and quickly moved into the starting lineup ... Two-time All-ACC selection, including earning second-team honors as a junior in 2018 ... Winner of Syracuse’s Tim Green Award as the team’s most outstanding defensive lineman in 2018 and 2019 ... Joined Arthur Jones (2007, 2009) and Chandler Jones (2010, 2011) as the only players in team history to win the award twice ... In 36 games (34 starts), had 115 tackles (72 solo) ... Finished his career No. 7 on Syracuse’s all-time sacks list with 19.5 and tied for No. 9 in team history with 32.5 tackles for loss ... Also recorded five forced fumbles, batted down five passes and recovered a pair of fumbles ... In 2018, teamed with Kendall Coleman to form the ACC’s No. 1 sack duo with 20 combined quarterback takedowns ... Both players had 10 sacks each ... Spent his freshman season at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, where he was one of the top junior-college pass rushers in the country ... Recorded two sacks for the North team in the 2020 Senior Bowl ... Attended the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine ... Three letters.

Senior Year (2019): Rated the No. 12 defensive end in the country and the best pass rusher in the ACC by Lindy’s ... All-ACC Honorable Mention choice ... Winner of the Tim Green Award as the team’s most outstanding defensive lineman for the second year in a row ... Started all 12 games for the second straight season ... Second among Orange defensive linemen with 46 tackles (23 solo) ... Tied for second on the squad in sacks (4.5) and ranked third in tackles for loss (9.5) ... Also credited with three pass breakups and one forced fumble on the season.

Junior Year (2018): Named to the All-ACC Second Team ... Second-team Associated Press All-ACC honoree ... All-ECAC First Team selection ... Recipient of the Tim Green Award (Most Outstanding Defensive Lineman) at the team banquet ... Started all 12 games he played … Paced all Syracuse defensive linemen in tackles (39) for the second year in a row, including 31 solo stops ... Tied for second in the ACC with 10 sacks ... Tied for first in the conference and ranked eighth nationally in sacks per game (0.83) ... Tied for third in the ACC and matched the fourth-highest season total in program history with 17 tackles for loss ... Second in the ACC in tackles for loss per game (1.42) ... Recorded at least one tackle for loss in each of his last seven games ... Led the Orange and tied for third in the ACC with three forced fumbles ... Tied for the team lead, as well as ranked third in the conference, with two fumble recoveries ... Served as SU’s defensive game captain for the season opener at Western Michigan (8/31).


9.5 Edge


Jets: *Ben Bredeson- 6-5, 315, 31 1/8" Arms, 10 1/8" Hands, 



04/2020: Bredeson is a beast who can looks like the best OLG in the Draft. When he and Ruiz worked together they were unbeatable. Heavy hands. Great inside fighter. When it gets physical he wins. He is my favorite interior OL. If I was a GM or HC who needed an OLG I'd trade down, pick up picks, and snag this beast late in the 3rd. Strong. Mean. Nasty. Built for power. Massive all over. Built like an O-Tackle. Dominating drive blocker when he stays an plays low. Better in 2019 than 2018. Stronger and played with better balance. 

Taken Preseason Player Ratings 2020 Draft Preview: He has some great power in the run game inside. Plays well with arms extended. Voted team Captain. A lot of teams see him as the best in pass pro on the Michigan O-line. They avoid his lane in the rush more than for anyone else. Easily doubles to either side. He can get beat inside by the twist in front of him.

Nice job zone blocking to the right so the RB can cut back behind him. He can pull to the right and hit a defender. They like to run behind him. Teams stop rushing his lane a lot. Nice pull around the OC and he can hit the DT on the other side. Very forceful in run game. He can pop the DT back with his initial burst in the run, and then get a second push when the DT re-anchors, which is rare in the run game.

He will lose balance getting over aggressive inside and fall down. Nice job turning and pushing the DT outside on the inside run. He can pull to the right and knock two DLs back with a great impact. Terrific at hopping around the OLT and hitting the OLB blitzing. He can double on the NT, and get to the 2nd level and hit an LB. He is great at sliding past the NT with a shove, and grabbing the ILB on the 2nd level and sealing him. He is a menace in the run game.

Terrific impact on initial hit. Doubles to either side when no one rushes his lane. He has heavy hands in pass pro. He needs to get lower in pass pro. Teams avoid his lane, but he does a good job of turning to both sides and shoving the DLs. Terrific job getting low, and hitting the LB up and out of leverage on the play action. He will let the stunter inside of him, he hits the QB. That seems to be his kryptonite.

At Michigan: Three-time letterwinner (2016-17-18). Academic All-Big Ten honoree (2017). Two-time All-Big Ten honoree (second team, coaches and media, 2017-18). Two-time All-Big Ten selection by the Associated Press (second team offense, 2017-18). Recipient of the 2018 Toughest Player Award. Has played in 37 career games with 33 starts at left guard. Voted a Team Captain by his teammates (2018).

Junior (2018): Started in all 13 games at left guard and also played special teams to earn his third varsity letter. Team captain. All-Big Ten selection (second team, coaches and media). All-Big Ten selection by the Associated Press (second team). Recognized as a midseason All-American by the Associated Press. Named Offensive Player and Lineman of the Week for his performance against Western Michigan. Named Offensive Lineman of the Week three times for his performances at Northwestern at Michigan State and against Indiana. Recipient of the Toughest Player Award. Started at left guard at Notre Dame (Sept. 1) in his first game as team captain. Started at left guard and also contributed on special teams against Western Michigan (Sept. 8), SMU (Sept. 15), Nebraska (Sept. 22), at Northwestern (Sept. 29), Maryland (Oct. 6), Wisconsin (Oct. 13), at Michigan State (Oct. 20), Penn State (Nov. 3), at Rutgers (Nov. 10), Indiana (Nov. 17), Ohio State (Nov. 24) and against Florida in the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl (Dec. 29).

Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: Big powerful OLG. He plays with the nasty. You can seem him consistently play through the whistle. Borders on bad, but he don’t care. He can grab the quick inside rusher, lose a little ground in pass pro, and then just bench him back with amazing power. Terrific in pass pro, when he gets beat initially to reanchors and wins just long enough for the QB to throw.

Big hitter. He loves to hit the rushers. Great job slamming the DT into the OC’s grab, and then grabbing the LB and pulling him inside on the outside run. He is a huge powerful man, who is also just nimble enough. Plays with great balance while getting hit and twisting and reaching for guys outside his reach. Stones the DE stunting inside like cement. He can get to the smaller OLB and put him on skates outside.

He turns outside so quick to stuff the rushing DT. He does a nice job holding on sideways when he gets beat off the snap and slowing the DT just enough for his QB to throw. Very strong hands and balance when he loses his outside shoulder. Big, thick, and strong. He stays and plays low consistently, and when he does he has a great base and anchor.

He has natural explosion and pop in run game. He does a good job in pass pro, when he gets beat low and gets his trunk twisted, and he holds on and reanchor, and reanchors until the QB throws. He is so powerful in the double inside. He can get under the DT and drive him up and back at the point.

Terrific strength and balance. He is a bit of a slow puller, but he can hit he CB in space leading the RB outside. He will overextend and get knocked to the ground by the big 5-Tech. Nice job jamming the 5-T outside to the OLT, and then picking up the LB charging to the RB. Tough. Mean. Nasty. Fun to watch.

Senior (2019): Started in all 13 games at left guard to earn his fourth varsity letter. Shared the Hugh H. Rader Memorial Award with Jon Runyan. Second-team All-America selection by the Walter Camp Football Foundation; third-team selection by the Associated Press. Named to Pro Football Focus College's All-Big Ten Team on offense (third team, guard). Hailed as the Best Pass-Blocking guard in the country by PFF College, with 451 snaps spent in pass protection and no hits or sacks allowed. Twice named Offensive Lineman of the Game for his performances against Iowa, at Maryland. Twice recognized in Pro Football Focus College's All-Big Ten Team (tackle) for his performances against Maryland and Michigan State. Started at left guard against Middle Tennessee State (Aug. 31), Army (Sept.7), Rutgers (Sept. 28), Notre Dame (Oct. 26), Michigan State (Nov. 16), Ohio State (Nov. 30), at Wisconsin (Sept. 21), at Iowa (Oct. 5), at Illinois (Oct. 12), at Penn State (Oct. 19), at Maryland (Nov. 2), at Indiana (Nov. 23) and against Alabama in the Vrbo Citrus Bowl (Jan. 1), and contributed on special teams.

9.7 OG


Vegas: *Malik Harrison- 6-3, 247, (O) 4.66, 6.83 3-Cone! 10'2"Broad, 36"Vert, 4.32 SS,  


Ohio State

Taken from 2020 Pats Draft Preseason Draft guide: Harrison was a great ILB at Ohio State. Great job slipping blocks and exploding to the ball carrier. Moves outside fast to hit the FB and force the RB into other defenders. Follows his eyes well. Avoids blockers in space very well. Good job sliding through the traffic jam and finding the RB trying to sneak behind it.

He is a good blitzer who teams will use top blockers to pick him up when he blitzes. Terrific blitzing the Edge, shedding the TE, and tackling the RB trying to get outside behind the line. He makes the checks and calls. He has great speed and agility to loop around the ORT and burst inside to tackle the RB inside.

He has terrific speed moving forward. Good feet and aggression moving outside to chip on the TE. Good delayed blitzer who can get into the passing lane and leap up to make the QB have to make a more difficult throw. Terrific feet moving backwards in zone drop. Nice job shooting the gap.

Good delayed blitzer, when he sees the RB staying in too block. Very good in coverage on the TE outside. He can pick up the big slot WR and jam him at the line to take him out of his pattern. He take on the big blocker on the 2nd level and stay in front of the RB. 

He overreacts forward and takes false steps a lot, then burst back into coverage. He will overreact to the hand off on the option,

forcing the QB to keep it and break outside for the nice gain. He will miss the ball carrier, running around the blocker sometimes. Gets over aggressive on play action and runs himself out of the play chasing the RB. 

Ohio State Overview: Malik Harrison is a top linebacker and one of the key defensive players on the team … a true senior, he has played in 39 games the past three seasons and started 14 times, including 13 starts for the 2018 Big Ten and Rose Bowl champion Buckeyes … enters his senior season second on the team in career tackles with 130 and solo tackles with 87 … Harrison tied for the team lead in tackles in 2018 with 81, including 8.5 tackles-for-losses totaling 31 yards … named honorable mention all-Big Ten by the league’s coaches and media … he recorded a key interception in the win over No. 15 TCU and recovered a fumble in the overtime victory over Maryland … had three double digit talking games: 10 at Purdue, including a career-high nine solo tackles; a career-high 13 vs. Nebraska and 10 vs. Northwestern … Harrison contributed 36 tackles as a sophomore in 2017 when he played in all 14 games and started in the win over Michigan State … played in 12 of the Buckeyes’ 13 games as a true freshman … he is an OSU Scholar-Athlete majoring in human development and family science.

9.6 LB


Indy: Albert Okwuegbunam- 6-5, 258, (O) 4.49! 34 1/8" Arms! 10 1/4" Hands, 



01/2020: He could make a very nice pick up for the Pats in the 2nd when they trade down. This Draft is loaded with 1st Round talent at WR, and Day Two talent at Tight End. If they trade down and pick up a 2nd and 3rd, they will still have shots at 1st Round talents at WR and similar talents to what they could pick here at Tight End, maybe Jared Pickney, Bryce Hopkins, or Colby Parkinson could fall into the 3rd. 

The question is can they get two 2nds, which would allow them to get that talented WR they so desperately need, and a TE like Okwuegbunam, or maybe Kmet or Hunter Bryant falls to them. There are a lot of good, not great, tight ends in this Draft. The Pats are Ab-so-lutely Des-per-ate for a Tight end or two, and a WR or two. This is a great WR Draft, and a good tight end Draft. 

The Pats could pick up a starting WR or two on Day Three with some great luck. But they will have to invest a lot of money and Day Two picks on those positions this off season if they want Brady to be effective. Gronk is gone, and he ain't comin' back. Edelman looked old and injured. Dorsett was useless the 2nd half of the season. Sanu was a wasted 2nd round pick. Only N'Keal Harry and Jakobi Meyers looked like they have a future with the team. You can blame a lot of the collapse on the not having a legit Tight End on the roster, and the injuries and failures by their veteran WRs, and of course Brady's injuries. He is not guiltless here either.

12/2019: Okwuegbunam has declared for the Draft. He was great in 2019. He was not good in 2020. So he will drop. He played like a Day Three Tight End with the young QB last season. In 2018 with Lock as his QB he "Ended the year with 43 catches for 466 yards (both career highs) and six touchdowns in his nine games ... Had a monster game with a career-best performance in MU's Homecoming win over Memphis (10/20), when he caught six passes for 159 yards and three touchdowns." He missed Lock tremendously last season, but he is still a top talent, who has that knack for getting open deep down the seam. 

10/2018: Doesn’t block much. He has the size and build to be a great blocker, but we just don’t know. They did actually run a run play, and he lined up as an H-Back/FB. He tried to led the RB in the hole, but didn’t block very well. They ran again where he lined up on the opposite side. He got to the middle of the line, and turn up field and led the RB into the hole. He got to the second level and hit and held onto the OLB. Nice block, for an H-back.

He really plays H-Back/Slot guy. Nice job on the short out in the Slot. He is a phenomenal athlete. When he leaps up for the ball, and can turn back as the ball melts into his hands and float into he endzone with surprising grave. This guy a legit NFL talent. He is fast down the seam. He can put LBs in the dust running down the Seam.

Big Rs-Soph that a lot people seem to think he is coming out. He scored a very impressive 11 TDs last season. Big, with great hands. He knows how to get open in route. They line him up in the Spread in the Slot. He can get open right at the marker on a Dig. Smooth hands catcher. Runs a lot of short patterns, and they send him deep. I don't know if he is coming out. Sophomore rarely do. But if he does he will be a First. 

2018 SEASON: Caught two passes for 14 yards in the season-opener vs. UT Martin (9/1) … Posted seven catches for 50 yards and his first TD of the season vs. Wyoming (9/8) … Posted five catches for 36 yards and his second TD of the season at Purdue (9/15) … Caught a career-high nine passes for 81 yards against Georgia (9/22) and also hauled in a catch through traffic for a two-point conversion … Posted four catches for 13 yards at South Carolina.

 9.7 Production


Dallas: Khaleke Hudson- 5-11, 224, (O) 4.56, 10' Broad! 33" Vert, 29 3/8" Arm, 30 Reps,  



Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: Hudson was so much better in 2019 at LB than 2018 at Safety. He can play safety, but he was great last season playing ILB. Fast, quick and aggressive. Strong bouncing off OLs to get to the ball carrier. He could make a very interesting ultra-versatile defender. He was very impressive in coverage drills in SB practices. He was just great in coverage in the SB practices. Explosive athlete. 

He tends to read the QB’s eyes and move accordingly back in pass pro. He can read the screen and run around the TE to get to the WR outside and knock him back behind the marker. He has speed and aggression out in space that you like. He will get beat by the push off by the big TE in the Redzone for the TD. He will get flat footed when he guess the wrong pattern. 

Stronger in 2019. Took on blockers better. Wasn’t just a speed edge guy. He could find the RB inside. Flashes inside right off the snap, can tackle the RB on the run to the opposite side. Lined up more as a Will or Sam. He was a linebacker in 2019. Fast quick and aggressive to the RB. Good job jamming the TE and then covering him. He was a legit ILB last season. 

2018: He can cover the big WR deep down the sideline. He gets too aggressive and physical in coverage as you would expect from a SS. He can cover the big WR, and turn back to the QB and make a better play on the ball than the WR, and snag the INT. He will float down the seam to cover the TE, and just run around him when he tries to block him in space on the run. 

At Michigan: Appeared in 52 career games with 37 starts at viper. Special teams contributor throughout his career. Three-time All-Big Ten honoree (second team, coaches, 2019; third team, media, 2019; honorable mention, coaches, 2017-18 and media, 2018). All-Big Ten honoree by the Associated Press (second team). Semifinalist, Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year (2019). Michigan record-holder for most tackles for loss in a single game (8.0 vs. Minnesota, 2017), tying a single-game NCAA record. Four-time letterman (2016-17-18-19). Big Ten Co-Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 6, 2017).

Senior (2019): Started all 13 games at viper; led the team with 102 tackles including 3.5 for loss, two sacks, three pass breakups and one blocked punt. Semifinalist, Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year. Shared Defensive Player of the Game honors with the entire defense for their performance against Iowa. Named to Pro Football Focus College's All-Big Ten Team (linebacker) for his performance against Maryland. Named co-Special Teams Player of the Game for his performance against Michigan State. Delivered the Big Hit of the Week against the Spartans. Led the team with eight tackles against Middle Tennessee State (Aug. 31); started at viper and contributed on special teams. Made a team-high 12 tackles against Army (Sept. 7). Tallied a team-high 14 tackles with an 11-yard sack at Wisconsin (Sept. 21). Led the team with seven tackles playing viper and contributing on special teams against Rutgers (Sept. 28). Recorded a game-high 11 tackles with one for loss and a quarterback hurry against Iowa (Oct. 5). Made six stops and broke up two passes at Illinois (Oct. 12). Made six tackles at Penn State (Oct. 19). Added five tackles including a split-tackle for loss against Notre Dame (Oct. 26), plus a quarterback hurry. Finished with eight tackles, a split-sack, and a pass breakup at Maryland (Nov. 2). Blocked a punt and contributed five tackles against Michigan State (Nov. 16). Credited with six total tackles at Indiana (Nov. 23). Made eight tackles against Ohio State (Nov. 30). Finished with five tackles against Alabama in the Vrbo Citrus Bowl (Jan. 1)

9.6 Size


Pittsburgh: Prince Tega Wanogho- 6-5, 308, 33 1/2"Arm, 10 3/8" Hand, 



Taken from Mother Of All Mocks: This guy is strong as an Ox. He is a weight room wonder. He brings that strength and power to the field. You do not have to worry about his work ethic. Good job sliding outside past the Edge and picking up the blitzing safety outside on the roll out. He has some smoothness in his Slide. When his hands are playing great, he is unbeatable. He can get real low against the speed rusher and jam him up and out of the play.

He has a legit NFL kickslide. His back foot goes a little high, but it is not a shuffle like a lot of schools teach now a days. He can kickslide back with balance and power. He is much smarter and aware this season. He had a great fumble recovery on the Goalline against Minny.

He will still make mental mistakes, and try and pick up the inside blitzer, when two guys blitz outside of him, and the OLG picks up the inside guy. He needs to use his hands and long arms better. He can be inconsistent in this kickslide. When his form is great he wins. But he will get tired, lose concentration or whatever and lose his form sometimes. He will lower his head on impact with the Edge in pass pro, which can cause him some problems. He doesn’t always look natural sliding back.

03/2020: Very light and bouncy on his feet moving backwards. He is a great athlete moving backwards. Nice job getting to the 

2nd and level and putting the LB on skates. Nice job shoving the DE inside with one long arm on play action, as the QB throws outside. He is playing much smarter this season. A love how he grabs the shirt on the outside shoulder of the DE and pulls it inside. 

2019Returning starter at left tackle … 32 career starts … did not play vs. Kent State due to injury … Reese’s Senior Bowl ... SEC academic honor roll ... Preseason: All-America 2nd team (Lindy’s, PFF), 3rd team (Athlon), 4th team (Phil Steele); Outland Trophy watch list; All-SEC 1st team (Athlon, Lindy’s, SEC media, SEC coaches, PFF), 2nd team (Phil Steele); Bruce Feldman CFB Freaks (#24); Reese’s Senior Bowl watch list.

2018: Starter at left tackle … started every game … all-SEC first team (Pro Football Focus).

2017: Began season as starter at left tackle … could also wear jersey #98 … starter at left tackle the first four games of the season, at LSU and Arkansas and against ULM.

9.5 OLT


Jets: Akeem Davis-Gaither- 6-1, 224, 31.1"Arm, 21 Reps, 



03/2020: Davis-Gaither is a tough prospect to judge. He is an LB, but they line up in the Slot like a slot Corner a lot, but he does not play CB, his is an OLB. They just line him up further outside than a normal Will or Sam. He'll line up in the Slot and cover the big WR. Impressive in coverage. He can cover WRs, RBs, and TEs. They line him up on the TE in the slot consistently. Terrific space player. He can really move in space. He is good in coverage on tight ends. Plays in a zone a lot. 

Better in coverage than the run. He just can't take on the big blockers. He does have a little speed to power to break inside the ORT. Fast outside on WR screen. Vicious hitter and tackler. Lot of shake and back in his game. Flashy. Plays better and better as the game goes on. Can't take on blockers, but finds his way to the ball with explosion. 

Twitchy in rush outside, but he isn't going to impact any OTs back. Light and light hands in rush. Quick hands to shed blocks when he reads it right and slashes over to the other side of the line. When he reads it right, he is quick hopping inside to tackle the RB. He seems to spy the QB a lot. Unbelievably quick and twitchy. he can use his shake and bake to explode inside on the excellent ORT, and sack the QB.  

Good in run blitz, when the ORT blocks down and gives him a lane to run through unblocked. He is quick, and can make the OG miss him pulling outside. Doesn't take on blockers well, but is a run around blockers dude, who makes the big uglies miss. When he makes the OL miss, he find the ball carrier fast. When he gets his hands or shoulder on the ball carrier he brings him down every time. 

Explosive. Agile. Balanced. Elite COD. Looks quicker and faster than everyone else on the field, even against South Carolina. Small, but top athlete. Gets fooled a lot early in games, but learns. Great quicks moving backs in zone drop. Struggles to do nothing moving backwards. Nice burst and movement skills in zone moving back and outside. 

Not good in traffic. They line him up way outside a lot, because he gets stuck in traffic a lot. The further he gets outside the better the looks. Struggles reading run vs. pass sometimes. Doesn't find the ball a lot. He will line up tight in short yardage by the DE, but dances too much to make the blocker miss. Late reading plays too much. 

Career: Received All-America recognition (fourth team, Phil Steele) and Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year as a senior to close career in which he totaled 258 tackles, 28.0 tackles for loss, 8.0 sacks, 18 passes defended (with one interception and 17 PBUs), two forced fumbles and one blocked field goal (to end a 34-31 win at North Carolina) … First-team All-Sun Belt as a senior and second-team All-Sun Belt as a junior … Playing in 55 games over five seasons, was on teams that went a combined 54-12 with a 5-0 bowl record and four straight conference titles … Named a Top 100 draft prospect by the Athletic and named to the Reese’s Senior Bowl as a senior … Made watch lists for the Butkus and Bednarik awards … Named the Sun Belt’s hardest hitter by Street & Smith ... Part of just the fifth class in college football history to win five bowl games and four conference championships, joining five-year classes from Nebraska (1969-73), Alabama (1975-79), Florida State (1991-95) and Marshall (1988-2002).

2019: All-America selection (fourth-team, Phil Steele), Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year and first-team All-Sun Belt after posting 104 tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss, 5.0 sacks, eight PBUs, one interception (in the second half of the 34-31 win at North Carolina) and one blocked field goal (to end the UNC win) … Team captain for five games as App State went 13-1 to become the first FBS program from North Carolina or the first Sun Belt team to win 13 games … PFF College credited him with 23 quarterback pressures during the regular season … Ranked fourth nationally among non-DBs in 2019 with eight PBUs … In App State's four closest regular-season games, totaled 44 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, three PBUs, one interception and one field goal block … Then recorded 19 tackles in the Mountaineers' two postseason victories … In addition to his 10 tackles, second-half interception and game-ending block at UNC, posted 2.5 tackles for loss with one sack, two PBUs and a forced holding penalty on the game's final play in the 20-15 victory at South Carolina … Named Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Week after posting 11 tackles and 2.5 tackles for loss, including half a sack, in the 17-7 win against a Louisiana team that was leading the country in rushing … Posted a career-high 16 tackles against Georgia Southern.



Rams: *Donovan Peoples-Jones- 6-2, 212, (O) 4.48, 33 1/2"Arm, 11'7"Broad Jump, 44"Vert,



01/2020: *Donovan Peoples-Jones- 6-2, 208,  WR, Michigan, #9- I like his Tape, but he is not as productive as I remembered from watching him last season. He is a big WR with good hands who knows how to get open. He will be a Junior in 2019. So he could stay in school. If he has a great season he is likely to declare.

He has a nose for the Endzone. If you throw it to him, he catches it. He can fake out and in and break open outside. He has some nice quicks in pattern for such a big WR. Great feet in his release. I like how he runs patterns. He can be tricky in pattern.

He has great hands. He can leap out and dig the ball off the turf for the great catch. He can make the great adjustment to the bad pass. He can break inside from the slot and slide down like a baseball player going full speed to catch the terrible pass thrown low and behind him.

He can run under the outside WR and break open outside and can catch it high and outside at full speed. Love how he goes and gets the ball. When he is attacking the ball in the air he looks like an NFL player.

He has some nice speed going down the sideline. He can get wide open on the Comeback for the 1st. Nice speed to make it look like he is going deep, and then suddenly breaking inside or outside. Great quicks, COD and smarts getting past the marker far enough, so when he burst back and still get the 1st. When he gets physical in routes he wins.

Taken from 2020 Pats Draft Preseason Draft guide: He returns punts. He will make the great high flying catch over two DBs, and then drop the next pass. He takes his eyes off the pass on short throws to peek at the DBs.

He has greatness in him, but I don’t trust him. He will go higher than I have him rated. I think he is a late Day Two guy, who you still need to develop a little. He has concentration issues, which lead to hands issues that have to be solved. Big and fast. Runs good patterns. He can get physical. Good blocker. But he is just a little erratic. 

At Michigan: Two-time All-Big Ten selection as a wide receiver (third team, coaches, 2018; honorable mention, media, 2018-19). Two-time All-Big Ten honoree as a punt returner (third team, coaches, 2018, and media, 2018-19; honorable mention, coaches, 2017, '19 and media,2017). Academic All-Big Ten honoree (2018). Co-Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week (Sept. 24, 2018) after his performance against Nebraska. Freshman All-American as a punt returner, according to the AFCA and 247 sports. Three-year letterman (2017-18-19). Recipient of the team's 2017 Rookie of the Year award. Recipient of the 2018 Offensive Skill Player of the Year Award, as the first-ever award winner. Appeared in 37 games as a Wolverine with 26 starts, totaling 2,155 all-purpose yards with 16 touchdowns (14 receiving)

Junior (2019): Made his season debut at Wisconsin (Sept. 21) and caught one five-yard touchdown. Caught four passes for 62 yards against Rutgers (Sept. 28) and returned three punts. Led the team with four catches against Iowa (Oct. 5), totaling 26 yards with a 36-yard punt return. Caught three passes for 36 yards, including a five-yard touchdown at Illinois (Oct. 12). Brought down five passes for 46 yards at Penn State (Oct. 19). Made a 20-yard touchdown catch against Notre Dame (Oct. 26) among 52 all-purpose yards. Caught two passes for 11 yards at Maryland (Nov. 2). Brought in an 18-yard touchdown on four catches for 48 yards against Michigan State (Nov. 16) and added a 50-yard punt return. Scored a touchdown and totaled 73 receiving yards on five catches at Indiana (Nov. 23). Made three catches for 69 yards with a 25-yard touchdown against Ohio State (Nov. 30). Made one catch for 34 yards against Alabama in the Vrbo Citrus Bowl (Jan. 1)

9.5 Athlete


Philly: *Eno Benjamin- 5-9, 207, (O) 4.57, 10'2"Broad! 39"Vert! 6.97 3-Cone! 31"Arm, 12 Reps, 


Arizona State

From Pats Draft Preseason 2020 Draft Book:  He will take the play action and stay in the backfield to block. So, he might be ready to play as a rookie. He can charge forward and cut the Edge rusher outside. He will run straggling the ball with two hands when his back is in the Redzone. When he doubles the Edge with the OLT he can shove him to the ground. He has some heaviness in his hands blocking. He will block for his QB on the edge when he takes off to his side.

He is terrific using his blocker on the edge. He follows and breaks off blocks very well. He has that knack for finding a lane to run through. He has a good spin move. He can burst up the line, take a hard cut outside and spin through the LB’s tackle. He can make the hop cut at the second level to make the Safety miss. Great feet with the ball in his hands. Dynamic in the open field.

He does a good job following forward. He is so quick and slick that it is hard to get a full straight on shot on him. So, he slithers forwards nicely for extra yards. He has a nice little skip step that he uses to read and cut back at the Goal line. He can catch the ball at the ten and cut back to make one defender miss, and spin back and make a second defender miss in the Redzone to score the TD.

He’ll block for a few plays, and then run a Wheel out of the backfield and he gets down field fast. He runs with great vision, and can go full speed, see the cutback lane, and curl back to the middle for the big gain.

He misses cut blocks too much. He is a better blocker when he stands, low and balanced, and takes on the rusher. He doesn’t go out in pattern much. Not a great receiver out of the backfield. That will hurt him in the Draft.

03/2020: Great tough RB. He is small and electric. He has great speed outside. But he is also trouble in the passing game, and will step up in pass pro and block for his RB. I just love his speed on he toss outside. Small RB, but he is tough. He is fast. He runs and play at a different speed. I like this kid. His speed at the Combine will determine how early he can go. Great college RB. Explosive. Feisty. Cat quick. Waterbug in the open field. Electric. Can't touch this. 

Great following blockers. Spins out of trouble a lot. Runs with two arms straggling the ball through the line. Always seems to find a way to fall forward. Good hands. He can leap up and forward to catch the swing pass high and outside, out of the backfield. Great explosive hop cuts in the hold make him very difficult to tackle. Explosive COD. Great one cut explosion to make a DL miss in the hole. then make an LB miss on the 2nd level. Explosive burst outside. Elite production. Amazingly twitchy in the open field. Constant motion. Bobs and weaves in space like the greatest. 

OVERVIEW: Benjamin Placed on Walter Camp Player of the Year Preseason Watch List. Benjamin Selected to Hornung and Wuerffel Award Preseason Watch List. Benjamin Named to Doak Walker Preseason Watch List. Benjamin Earns Spot on Maxwell Award Preseason Watch List. Benjamin Picked as a Preseason All-American by Phil Steele. Returns to Tempe after enjoying one of the greatest seasons by a running back in school history. Record-setting sophomore season in his first-year as the starting running back. 2,190 (1,784 rushing) all-purpose yards during his two seasons at Arizona State. Great vision and footwork help him change direction quickly making him difficult to square up. Built low to the ground with tremendous lower body strength giving him great balance and leg drive, creating plenty of yards after contact. Dynamic play maker with the ball in his hands, making him a weapon out of the backfield and in the return game.

Sophomore (2018): AP Third Team All-American selection. First Team Pac-12 All-Conference member. Enjoyed a breakout sophomore season, putting together one of the top campaigns by a running back in school history. Took home the Wilford "Whizzer" White Outstanding Running Back Award and the Frank Kush Team MVP at the Team Banquet. Dynamic with the ball in his hands, consistently making defenders miss and earning yards after contact. Broke the single-season school record rushing for 1,642 yards this season, passing the previous record of 1,565 yards held by Woody Green in 1972. Set the ASU school record with 300 carries this season and nine games reaching at least 100-yards rushing. Tied for fifth nationally with 1,642 rushing yards while his 16 rushing touchdowns put him ninth in the country. Both totals led the Pac-12 Conference. Became the first ASU running back to finish in the Top-10 nationally in single-season rushing yards. His 146.54 all-purpose yards per game were ninth nationally and second in the Pac-12. He is the highest-graded running back in the Pac-12 (88.7), a score that is also good for third nationally. 10th-highest graded offensive player in the Pac-12 and 29th regardless of position nationally (82.7). Forced 94 missed tackles this season – third-most in the FBS. His 31 explosive runs this season were fifth among FBS running backs. Rushed for 81 first downs, the third most nationally. 18 total touchdowns (16 rushing & 2 receiving). Broke the single-game school record for rushing yards in a game in a victory over Oregon State (9/29), rushing for 312 yards and three touchdowns on only 30 carries. Set the tone for what would end up being a record-breaking season, rushing 16 times for 131 yards in the season opener against UTSA (9/1). Was dominant over a four-game stretch (10/27-11/17) helping ASU go 3-1, totaling 119 carries for 691 yards (172.8 yards/g) with five touchdowns. Took over the game when the Sun Devils picked up a road victory at USC (10/27), finishing with 29 carries for 185 yards and two touchdowns. Played outstanding in the upset victory over No. 16 Utah (11/3), going for 175 yards on 27 carries while adding a pair of touchdowns. Had a season-high 34 carries, rushing for 182 yards and a touchdown in a victory over UCLA (11/10).



Buffalo: James Lynch- 6-4, 289, 31 7/8"Arm, 23 Reps, (O) 5.01, 7.39 3-C, 4.39 SS,  9'3"Br! 29"Vert! 



03/2020: Lynch took a big step up in production last season, when Baylor moved him all around the D-line to help prevent double teams. He is a great rusher from the Edge. He can explode off the snap, swipe down the OLT's hands, and sack the QB as quick as any smaller edgerushers. He has the speed to run around the OLT, with slashing hands, and ram into the QB to force the fumble. He plays fast, and at 290-pounds. He hurts QBs when he hits them at full speed. He can hold off the OLT with his inside arm and power him back to the QB. 

Strong arms and shoulders to hold off blockers, and can two-gap a little, which is good. He has heavy hands. Control blockers with his hands, base, and upper body strength. He disrupts more than finds the ball. He scares QBs and RBs in the backfield. Guys his size and with his blast off and burst into the backfield are rare. Terrific one-gapper inside the OLT to the RB. as the QB hands off the ball. Still gets into the backfield more than finds the ball carrier. When he stops moving he struggles to get back up to speed from his get off. Elite get off. Constant motion. 

Baylor played in Odd fronts a lot, and played at all 3 positions. He got doubled a lot the more inside when he lined up there. Great job using speed to power to pop the OG back and force the RB to cut backwards and then get caught by other defenders. Nice speed to power to then Rip to the QB. Good feel for run or pass. Shows good instinct to attack inside on runs, and upfield on passes. I like how he attacks the OT's hands first. When he loses the hand fight he loses fast.
Mostly a one-gapper who wins with his initial burst. and great blast off. Not a real two-gapper in Baylor's 3-4 defense. Attacks forward relentlessly and can give chase down field, but loses too much of his speed to recover moving forward when stopped by the OL. He is good at changing direction once stopped, but his elite explosion is gone. Explosive. Always seems to turn and give chase after he misses the RB or QB. He just consistently disrupts the blocking scheme. 

Hustles. Twitchy. Great get off. When he explodes off the snap he wins. Nice speed to power. Slaps at the ball as he hits the QB. Nice explosion off the snap. He bursts outside and run himself out of run defense too much. Curves inside fast when he sees the handoff. Very light and quick on his feet. His Forty was disappointing. But he can really move upfield into the backfield with impressive bursts. When he gets stopped by the OL or OLs, he gets stuck. Doesn't have much of a 2nd burst. When his initial explosion is stuffed, he will hand fight back down to the LOS. 

Athletic, physical defender with pass rushing skills ... 2019 Preseason All-Big 12 first team (Athlon, Lindy’s, Phil Steele, Media) ... 2019 DCTF All-Texas College first team ... Named to the watch list for the Bednarik Award ... Career totals of 14.0 TFL and 8.5 sacks lead the Baylor roster ... 2018 All-Big 12 second team selection (coaches) ... 2018 AP All-Big 12 first team ... 2018 Waco Tribune-Herald All-Big 12 first team ... 2018 Academic All-Big 12 second team honoree ... 2017 ESPN Freshman All-American.

2018 (Sophomore): 2018 All-Big 12 first team selection (AP, Tribune-Herald) ... 2018 All-Big 12 second team selection (coaches) ... 2018 Academic All-Big 12 second team honoree ... Started all 13 games on the season, leading the team with sacks (5.5) and TFL (9.0) ... Ranked 9th in the Big 12 with 5.5 sacks, an average of 0.42 sacks per game is also good for 9th-best... Ranked 17th in the Big 12 with 9.0 TFL ... Did not record a stats vs. Vanderbilt in the Texas Bowl (12/27) ... Finished with 4 tackles (3 solo) vs. Texas Tech (11/24) ... Had 1 tackle and a half TFL vs. TCU (11/17) ... Finished with 4 tackles at Iowa State (11/10) ... Against OSU (11/3), had 5 tackles (2 solo), with a half sack for 4 yards, half TFL ... Had 3 tackles, with 1 TFL and 1 sack, along with his first-career blocked field goal attempt at West Virginia (10/25) ... Had 3 tackles (1 solo) and was credited with 1 QBH at Texas (10/13) ... Had 5 tackles (3 solo) with 2.0 TFL for 10 yards, including 1.0 sack for 8 yards vs. K-State (10/6) ... Finished third on the team with 5 tackles (3 solo) and 1 QBH at Oklahoma (9/29) ... Had 2 tackles (both solo) with 1.0 TFL, a team-leading third sack of the season vs. Kansas (9/22) ... Made 2 tackles (1 solo), half a TFL and 2 QB hurries and 1 pass breakup vs. Duke (9/15) ... Had 4 tackles (2 solo) with 2.5 TFL at UTSA (9/8) ... ... Made first-career start vs. ACU (9/1), had 1 sack for 2 yards, 2 tackles (both solo) and collected first-career QBH vs. ACU (9/1) ... 2018 Big 12 All-Academic second team honoree.

9.7 Arm Length


Bradlee Anae- 6-3, 257, (O) 4.93, 25 Rep, 32.1"A, 7.44 3-C, 4.43 SS, 9'7"Broad, 31"Vert 



12/2019: He can get quiet. Then win the hand fight and slap the OLT into a stumble, and go and sack the QB. He is a terrific and relentless hand fighter. He can burst up field and get behind the QB, and when he takes off sack him, and piss the OLT off so he shoves him after the play for another negative 15. Nice job moving inside and stopping the power RB cold at the line. They like to have him spy a lot against running QBs. 

He would have more Sacks if they let him rush more. But he does a great job spying. He does a good job jamming the TE at the line, and not letting him get into pattern. He does a good job using his hands. He can get leverage on the TE and drive inside to the RB on the Dive. They will play him out in a Wide-9, and he will break inside, rip through the OLT and the OLG. He sacked the UCLA QB on the Goal line play on 3rd down. He has some impressive quicks and has some clutch in him.  

Elite Edgerusher, who lacks the measurements of the most success guys. However, he reminds me of Mike Vrabel. Vrabel's Forty was almost the same at (O) 4.94. Interestingly Vrabel almost had an identical Split at 1.67 10-yard Split, while Anae S-1.68. Anae had a better Vert, with Vrabel only 29.5". He had a better Broad, with Vrabel at 8'10". He also had a almost the same bench, with Vrabel at 23. Vrabel had the exact same Short Shuttle as Anae at 4.43. But a much worse 7.77 3-Cone. Vrabel was bigger at 6-4, 270, with longer arms at 34 1/4"Arms, Vs 31 1/8"Arms. Vrabel was Drafted in the 3rd Round (Oh yeah, he was drafted at pick 91;). 

Senior Bowl: Nice blast off to run straight past the OLT and pressure the QB as he throws. He just knows what he is doing in the rush. He just has that knack for hitting the quarterback. They didn’t play him in the 1st at the SB. They put him in the 2nd and he pressure the QB into a bad throw, and then sacked him on the next play. He exploded upfield to the OLT outside hand and slapped his harms down with the most violent swipe I have ever seen. Then dipped the corner in two steps to hit and tackled Hurts from behind. When he wins the hand fight, he finds the QB. It is amazing how he hand fights while dipping and turning the corner, with his eyes on the QB not the OLT. That is a great asset in the rush. So he knows where he is going when he gets past the OLT. He just gets it. 
There is no smart Edgerusher in this Draft. After he sacked Hurts with a great outside move, on the next play he burst upfield with a great get off, it all starts with his great get off, and then he exploded inside with a heavy shoulder shove, and a swim over the OLT, and torpedoed into the Hurts again. He understands hand technique, moves, and counters moves like no other Edge not named Chase or Young. When he lined up to rush on that play, he had a smile on his face, because he knew he had that great counter inside move that was going to destroy the OLT. Though not as athletic, he is just smarter than the rest. Reminds me of Vrabel.

UTAH: 2019 consensus All-American … 2019 Morris Trophy winner … two-time first-team all-conference defensive end (2018-19)… led the Utes in sacks three seasons (2017-19) … 29.5 career sacks is tied for the Utah school record and ranks fourth among active FBS players … school-record 209 sack yards ranks third among active FBS players … third among active FBS players and holds the school record for TFL yards (244) … fourth all-time in school history and 10th among active FBS players in total TFL (41.0) … six career forced fumbles is tied for eighth all-time at Utah and tied for 19th among active FBS players … 37 career starts over 46 games played.

2019: Utah's ninth consensus All-American after earning first-team honors from Walter Camp, FWAA, Sporting News and AFCA and named Associated Press third team … also earned first-team All-America honors from Bleacher Report, ESPN, Sports Illustrated, Phil Steele and USA Today and second-team honors from The Athletic and CBS Sports … first-team All-Pac-12 … defensive winner of the Morris Trophy, given to the most outstanding defensive lineman as selected by the league's starting offensive linemen … finalist for the Ted Hendricks Award and Polynesian Player of the Year … semifinalist for the Lombardi and Bednarik Awards … started all 13 games at left end … tied for seventh in FBS (second Pac-12) with 12.5 sacks (0.96 sacks per game), which ranks sixth in a season at Utah … 90 sack yards is fourth in FBS, second in the Pac-12 and ranks fourth all-time in a season at Utah … second in the Pac-12 and leads Utah with 13.5 tackles for loss (1.04 per game) … 91 TFL yards ranks tied for sixth in a season at Utah … 35 total tackles … two-time Pac-12 Defensive Lineman of the Week (ASU, Arizona).

9.8 Speed, Quicks,

Arm Length


Minny: Charlie Heck- 6-7 58, 311, (U) 5.1, Split 1.8, 34.1"Arm! 21 R, 9'$"Br, 28"V, 8.02 3-C, 4.86 SS,



01/2020: Great impact on the OLB/DE standing up outside on the run to his side. He can knock him back and up, and hold and push him out of the play. He has a great quick flash back in his kickslide that looked NFL ready. When the Wide-9 is way outside, and he can stop and flash inside when the DE tries to break inside, because Heck flashed back so quick. It is not easy to recover from an overset as quick as he made it look. Nice hip usage in power blocks. Good feet in kickslide. He has some twitch in him moving backwards. 

He has some strength, fork-lifting the DE up and out of leverage in the run game. Great agility to turn and run the speed rusher past the QB. This guy has NFL athleticism to play OLT in the NFL. He is so quick and agile that I was surprised at his ability to be a power blocker in the run game. HE can get to the side of the OLB, and almost bend his body to the ground with pure size and power. TMIWHTMILH. His dad was an OL coach. Great technique. Understands position and how to keep it. Great hands gripping shirt to sustain blocks in pass pro. He knows all the tricks. Savvy. Excellent cut blocker in pass pro against the great college D-end. 

Combine: He made some money at the Senior Bowl and the Combine. He looks like a Day Two OL to me. I thought he looked like an OLT at the Senior Bowl. Great job sliding. Great feet. Wide stance. good hand usage. Dude can really move. Good feet, a little slow pulling, It didn’t look natural. I don’t think he pulled to his right a lot at UNC. Not the niftiest breaking inside. He is not a guy you want pulling inside. He did not look bad kicksliding on the right. He got his hands low, but his feet and hips were good. Quick feet. He has to wave and flash his hands for balance. Nice quick feet short stepping. Athletic. I think he is an NFL OLT. 
2019: Senior Season: Started all 12 games he appeared in at left tackle • Missed the App State game after breaking his hand at Wake Forest • Named second team All-ACC • Surrendered only 1/3 of a sack all season long • Posted 43 knockdowns to lead the team • Blocked for an offense that averaged 474.0 yards per game (12th NCAA/2nd ACC), including 285.8 passing yards per game (3rd ACC) and 188.2 rushing yards per game (4th ACC) • Began the season on the Outland Trophy Watch List • Selected ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week after the season-opening victory over South Carolina • Graded out at 82 percent and had a season-high seven knockdowns against the Gamecocks • Graded out at 83 percent at Duke and 80 percent against Miami • Had a season-high grade of 91 percent against Mercer.
2018 - Junior Season: Started all 11 games at right tackle • Blocked for an offense that averaged 442.1 yards per game (31st NCAA), including 193.0 rushing yards per contest • Led an offensive line that allowed just 0.91 sacks per game (10 sacks/7th NCAA/2nd ACC) • Earned the team’s Lineman of the Week honors against ECU and Virginia • Graded out at 82 or higher in seven of the nine graded games • Posted 42 knockdowns over the nine graded games • Posted a grade of 75 and had six knockdowns at Cal • Had a team-best 88 grade with five knockdowns at ECU • Tallied an 83 versus Pitt • Recorded an 83 with four knockdowns versus Virginia Tech • Added seven knockdowns with an 82 at Syracuse • Notched his best grade of the season, an 88 with three knockdowns at Virginia • Tallied an 87 with seven knockdowns at Duke.
2017: Sophomore Season: Appeared in all 12 games and started the last 11 of the season • Graded out at 84 percent in the season finale at NC State • Had an 84 percent grade with three knockdown blocks in wins over Western Carolina and Pitt • Finished second on the team with six knockdowns against Miami • Had a team-best 85 percent grade against Virginia • Finished with a season-best 10 knockdowns against Louisville • Tallied nine knockdowns at Georgia Tech • His 85 percent grade was second-best on the team against Duke • All-ACC Academic Team selection.

9.7 Forty


Arizona: Quez Watkins- 6', 185, (O) 4.35, 10'5"Broad! 36.5"Vert! 7.28 3-Cone, 4.36 Short Shuttle,



01/2020: He has the speed that other crave. He can make the impossible catch leaping up over the CB, and going so high up he lands on top of the CB and hold on. Elite ball skills going up and snagging the very high ball. But his primary negative is that he will drop the easy one sometimes. He played on the small school level, so level of comp helped him. Fast and elusive after the catch. Great long speed. Elite leaping up and snagging the ball over the rim. Dude's got some Vert.

Runs patterns to create separation with speed and great burst out of his one cut. He has some suddenness in pattern. He can sink into the hole in the zone, and reach up and snag the high fast ball. He is at his best catching passes over his head. When he has to leap up to snag the ball is when he looks truly great. Great hands reaching away from his body. Stronger than he looks. 

Combine: Small school speedster. He can accelerate and fade outside for the badly thrown deep pass. No drop 1st Gantlet. Soft hands. No drop 2nd Gantlet. Quick and sudden on quick Outs. Nice quick break down on In cut. Nice speed. Makes nice quick cuts in routes. Runs a nice post corner. Now he just has to catch it. Elite explosion numbers. Elite speed. He will go early. Difficult to see him slipping out of Day Two with those numbers. Explosive. Great Vert. Electric. He has a 5th gear that allows him to run away from defenders after the catch. He can look like Ruggs after the catch, speeding through the secondary. That is what he does better than the rest. 

2018 (Redshirt Sophomore): First-Team All-Conference USA ... Started all 13 games, leading the team in catches (72), receiving yards (889) and touchdowns (9) ... Led Conference USA with 6.5 catches per game (No. 17 nationally) ... Had an 81-yard punt return touchdown versus Jackson State in the opener, in addition to having eight catches for 138 yards and three scores ... It was the first Southern Miss punt return score since Allenzae Staggers in Sept. 2016 ... Recorded a touchdown in each of the first five games ... Had identical seven-catch, 109-yard games against North Texas and UAB ... Both touchdowns came early (44 yards versus UNT, 19 against UAB) ... Grabbed nine passes for 110 yards in the win over LA Tech ... Pulled down a 4-yard touchdown from Tate Whatley to tie Marshall late in the first half ... Collected a career-high 11 grabs against ULM (81 yards), including a 5-yarder from Jack Abraham ... Scored on 28- and 12-yard receptions in consecutive weeks against Rice and Auburn, recording 85 yards against the Owls ... Added a 20-yard punt return at Charlotte ... Returned three kicks for 43 yards ... Was involved in seven plays of 30-plus yards, including a 55-yard field goal return at UAB.

2017 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in all 13 games ... Posted 23 catches for 337 yards and a pair of touchdowns ... Averaged 14.7 yards per catch ... Had 103 yards on four catches in his opening game versus Kentucky (9/2), as it was the best contest for a freshman debut since Tyre'oune Holmes caught 12 passes for 96 yards against Texas State to start the 2013 campaign ... Returned 11 kickoffs for 236 yards and a 21.5 yard average, while notching two punt returns for 18 yards ... Longest reception was a touchdown grab of 48 yards at UTSA (10/7 )... Added a 47-yard catch versus Kentucky (9/2) ...Posted 15 plays of 20 or more yards this season (six receptions, eight kick returns, one punt return).

9.5 Speeeed


Minny: *Jake Fromm,  6-2, 219, 31.1"Arm, 8.7"Hands, (O) 5.01, 7.27 3-C, 4,51 SS, 8-11 Br, 30"V



Taken from 2020 Pats Draft Preseason Draft guide: He reads it so fast that it is tough to sack him. He has an NFL QB mind. He has the arm. He can throw it 50-yards down field. He was remarkable in the SEC Champ game showing the clutch gene that all NFL QB’s need. 

He has the mental ability to play quarterback in the NFL. “I really like Jake Fromm,” an anonymous coach told Lindy sports. “He’s an NFL-style quarterback: cerebral, can run better than people think, very accurate thrower. If you gave me one quarterback in this League to pick, he’d be the guy. He makes some bad throws and he has struggled picking up different coverages, but he’s talented.” 

He is just so smooth and in control. Fromm was near perfect in the 1st half of the SEC Champ game. He plays better in Bowl Games. Big time clutch guy. He can really throw the great touch pass down the sideline that leads to the TD. Love his arm. He is just so smooth and in control. Mentally he has it. 

“He’s got to be explosive in the passing game, which we need some help from the wideouts to do that,” Georgia HC Kirby Smart said. “To be the guy in the locker room who demands a little more excellence on both sides of the ball and special teams. I think he can do so many things from a leadership standpoint and a confidence 

standpoint. When you’ve done it at a high level for two years and have a chance to do it again, you ought to have more impact on the people around you and that’s what we’re trying to get him to do.”

He is a clutch thrower. He just wouldn’t let Alabama close the game. With throw after throw in the clutch. He has that thing that you look for mentally. It is all physical and size for him. I love how he gets it out quick. He lofts up a great long ball. He will step out in front of the RB and block on the option run, not smart. He will stare down his number one WR too much sometimes. 

“I think Jake’s doing a great job. I think we’ve got some more quarterback guys around him with Coley working with him. He’s excited about that," Smart said. "For him, it’s been a transition through the coordinator position where he’s kind of a sponge, he’s got more of an opinion now. He understands what we’re trying to do offensively. Any time you’ve got a three-year starter he can give you input on things he likes about the offense, things he dislikes and things he thinks he can be successful. That input is helpful, it’s always helpful.” 

He will two step in the pocket and throw instantly. He has such nice balance in pedal moving back. He is a pure shotgun QB, but he will run play-action and hit the TE down the seam. He doesn’t always sell the play action enough, but I love how he throws it quick and accurate off the play-action. He can throw it on a rope 30-yards down field to the WR’s hands. He reminds me of Brian Hoyer, elite: smarts, toughness, and football character, but doesn't' have an NFL arm. He lost money at the Combine. 

2019: One of four permanent team captains...his 8,224 career passing yards rank fourth on UGA’s all-time list...his 78 career TD passes put him in second place on UGA’s all-time list...ranks 4th and 5th, respectively, on UGA's lists of career completions and attempts...named a Davey O’Brien “Great 8” and a Manning Award “Star of the Week” after the Florida game, when he went 20-for-30 for 279 yards and two TDs...also earned Manning Award “Star of the Week” recognition after he completed 24 of 29 passes for 288 yards and two TDs in win at Tennessee...started all 14 games and completed 234 of 385 passes (60.8%) for 2860 yards and 24 TDs...named one of three team captains for the Vanderbilt, Notre Dame, Kentucky, Florida, Auburn and LSU games...one of 20 semifinalists for the third annual Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year...named to the 2019 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team...named to pre-season watch lists for Maxwell Award, Davey O’Brien Award, Walter Camp Player of the Year, and Allstate Sugar Bowl Manning Award...Athlon Sports Preseason All-America Fourth Team...Preseason All-SEC Second Team Offense by media...one of three Bulldogs to earn spots on the 2019 CoSIDA Academic All-District Team...won two awards at team’s post-season awards gala: Vince Dooley Offensive MVP (co-winner) and Community Service Award.

9.6 QB 



Seattle: Kenny Willekes- 6-3, 264, 31 1/4"Arm, 32 reps! (O) 4.87, 9'11"Broad, 32.5" Vert, 7.39 3-Cone


Michigan State

He was better than I thought last season. He had a ton of production in 2018. But he did not look as good in 2019. He will line up as a wide-9 and burst inside to the RB without looking to see if the QB kept it. But he is so athletic. He can spin around and slam the QB running with the ball just past the LOS. He still needs to improve his eyes. Great at taking advantage of OL's mistakes. Exploitative. Quick twitch. explosive. Elite COD. Great player. Finds the QB. 

He kept loosing in the run game. Then turning instantly and charging back downfield, and knocking  the RB's block off from behind. Elite movement skills. He can be a bit a chicken with his head cut off. Relentless. Twitchy. Sneaky. All out all the time guy. Game really matters to him. When he gets to full speed, his hits are devastating. He has that knack for finding the ball carrier behind the line, 51 career TFLs, which is why he will be drafted higher than expected. 

Senior Bowl: You can’t say that he doesn’t play with heart and hustle. I thought he took a step back last season. Which pissed me off because I had him rated so high (so I may have held a bit of a grudge:). But he was very good at the Senior Bowl and it looked like he got some of his mojo back. Great flash and dash player. Plays with a high motor. The game is very important to him. He was a beast at the Senior Bowl and got himself moved up a few Rounds. He could go earlier than a lot of people think, because teams always need rushers. Doesn't have the best eyes. Tricky and deceptive in rush. He has that knack for hitting the quarterback. 

Combine: Erratic rusher. He wins right away or he loses. Runs low. Good core and upper body strength. Nice nifty feet in COD. Excellent mover. He can really look the part sometimes. He can really move in a straight line. 4-bag drill: Smooth and quick over bags. Excellent moving forward to back. Surprisingly good in 4-bag drill. Needs more bend. Nice spin move. Great agility behind the corner. He can flatten. Hoops Drill: needs more lean. Great job moving back. Good twitch outside. Better moving sideways. Caught the ball. Coverage drill: Moves well laterally. Very quick moving back in space. He can slide inside nice. Caught with some attitude. He caught it deep. Short Arms for an Edge. 

2018 (wrong year) Tape: Notes from 2019 game: He is a one move guy on the left side, and struggled to get any penetration on Munford. Even though he wasn’t getting to the QB against Ohio ST. He was doing a great job getting inside and tackling the RB in traffic. While he has struggled in the rush early, he looks like he is better in the run game this year. Though he did have 78 sacks in 2018 and 2019, which is pretty darn good. 

Played injured in 2019. He is playing with a big brace on his arm. They put him on Weakside against Ohio State, but he didn’t look as comfortable. He can split two blockers at the point, and find the RB. He is relentless after the catch, and can flush the QB by arcing behind him, and then shed the OLT and charge to the 2nd level to tackle the QB. 

He is a guy you have to root for. He was a walk on for two years and made the team as a sophomore. Last season he was voted 3rd team All-Big-10. The Michigan State pass rush fell apart when he got injured in their Bowl Game against Oregon. Great stats. Great stats guy. I give him a bad rap sometimes. He is a solid Day Two Edgerusher. Pats could use him in the 3rd to fill the Van Noy hole that scares the crap out of him. The Pats should take him with one of their 3rds to play that stand up rusher that Van Noy did so well last season. Because with his short arms, he is not going to be a pure Edgerusher in the NFL. He is going to have to play off the line as well. 

CAREER NOTES: Two-time first-team All-Big Ten defensive end finished his Spartan career ranked No. 1 in school history with 51 tackles for loss . . . also closed his career ranked third in the MSU record book with 26 career sacks . . . won the 2019 Burlsworth Trophy, which is given to the nation’s most outstanding player who began his career as a walk-on . . . was named the 2018 Big Ten Defensive Lineman of the Year after leading the conference with 20.5 tackles for loss as a junior . . . became first defensive player in MSU history to win the Governor’s Award (team MVP) twice (2018, 2019) . . . two-time Walter Camp Football Foundation All-American (second team in 2018, 2019) . . . named a first-team All-American by The Athletic in 2018 . . . high-motor defensive end had 229 career tackles, fourth most among defensive linemen in school history and 45th overall . . . collected 202 yards from his 51 tackles for loss, sixth most in the MSU record book . . . also finished his career with five fumble recoveries, four forced fumbles and four pass break-ups . . . played in 40 career games, including 38 starts (31 consecutive to close out his career) . . . three-year letterwinner . . . two-time member of the team’s Eagles leadership council and was voted a team captain as a senior in 2019 . . . former walk-on earned a scholarship in the spring of 2017 . . . suffered a broken fibula in the 2018 Redbox Bowl vs. Oregon but played the entire 2019 season . . . graduated with his bachelor’s degree in chemistry in December 2019.

2019 SEASON (SENIOR): Named the winner of the Burlsworth Trophy, awarded annually to the nation’s best player who was a former walk-on, at an awards banquet hosted by the Brandon Burlsworth Foundation in conjunction with the Springdale Rotary Club in Springdale, Arkansas . . . named to the Walter Camp All-America Second Team . . . earned first-team All-Big Ten for the second straight season by the media . . . voted winner of the Governor’s Award (team MVP) by his teammates for the second year in a row, becoming the first defensive player in program history to win the award twice . . . voted one of four team captains . . . earned the team’s Downtown Coaches Club Award for most outstanding player on defense . . . also won the team’s Biggie Munn Award for most inspirational player on defense . . . named a semifinalist for the Lombardi Award . . . led the team with a career-high 10.5 sacks (61 yards), which ranked fifth in the Big Ten and tied for 16th in the FBS . . . also ranked first on the team and sixth in the Big Ten with 16.5 tackles for loss (76 yards) . . . tied his career high with 78 tackles, ranking third on the team and tops among all Big Ten defensive linemen . . . led the team with 17 quarterback hurries . . . also had two fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles . . . played 757 snaps, most among Spartan defensive linemen . . . named to The Associated Press All-Bowl Team after collecting nine tackles, including 1.5 sacks (9 yards) and a forced fumble, in the 27-21 New Era Pinstripe Bowl win over Wake Forest at Yankee Stadium . . . had a productive Senior Day in Spartan Stadium vs. Maryland, recording 2.5 TFLs (23 yards), including 1.5 sacks (17 yards), to go along with six stops overall and one QB hurry . . . registered four tackles, with 2.0 TFLs and 1.0 sack at Rutgers, tallying 12 production points . . . logged four tackles with one sack and one TFL, along with one forced fumble and one QB hurry at Michigan . . . posted 1.5 sacks as part of six stops overall in Illinois game, totaling 26 production points, tops for the Spartan defense . . . tallied three tackles in Penn State game . . . recorded five stops with one TFL at Wisconsin . . . notched seven tackles at Ohio State, recording 16 production points, which shared lead for defensive linemen and ranked third on defense overall . . . tallied a season-high 12 tackles in Indiana game, the second-highest total of career (career-high 13 vs. Ohio State in 2018), adding one QB hurry . . . logged three tackles with two QB hurries at Northwestern . . . posted seven tackles with 2.0 TFLs and 0.5 sack against Arizona State, adding five QB hurries, to be named to the Pro Football Focus Big Ten Team of the Week . . . recorded five tackles, including career-high tying two sacks (9 yards) against Western Michigan . . . named Walter Camp Football Foundation National Defensive Player of the Week and Big Ten Conference Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in Tulsa game, scoring his first career touchdown after teaming up on a sack with Raequan Williams and pouncing on the fumble in the end zone to give MSU a 22-0 lead with 4:49 left in the second quarter . . . earlier in the second quarter, recovered a fumble after a bad Tulsa snap to set up an MSU field goal . . . also had a 1-yard tackle for loss in the second quarter and a 2-yard sack in the fourth quarter . . . overall, led the Spartans with seven tackles, including 2.5 TFLs (6 yards) and 1.5 sacks (5 yards), finishing with defensive-unit leading 34 production points and earning MSU Defensive Player of the Week team award.

2018 SEASON (JUNIOR): Named first-team All-American by The Athletic, as well as second-team All-American by four other publications (Football Writers Association of America, Phil Steele, Sporting News, Walter Camp Football Foundation) . . . second Spartan to be named the Big Ten Conference Smith-Brown Defensive Lineman of the Year . . . picked up first-team All-Big Ten accolades from the Big Ten coaches, media, AP, Pro Football Focus, ESPN.com, Athlon Sports and Phil Steele . . . became the first-ever Spartan defensive end to win the Governor’s Award (team MVP), which has been given out since 1931 . . . named one of 10 semifinalists for the Burlsworth Trophy, given to the nation’s most outstanding player that began his career as a walk-on . . . according to Pro Football Focus, led all edge rushers in the FBS with 23 quarterback hits and ranked sixth with 39 QB hurries . . . was the highest-ranked edge rusher in the Big Ten, according to PFF, with a 90.3 grade . . . ranked first in the Big Ten and eighth in the FBS with 20.5 tackles for loss (84 yards), which ranked No. 2 on MSU single-season tackles for loss list (Julian Peterson with 30 in 1999) . . . was credited with a tackle for loss in 10 of MSU’s 13 games . . . led the Spartans with 8.5 sacks, which ranked tied for fifth in the Big Ten . . . registered a career-high 78 tackles, ranking first among all defensive linemen in the FBS in 2018 . . . also had one fumble recovery, one forced fumble and one pass break-up . . . played 786 snaps, most among Spartan defensive linemen . . . led Spartan defensive linemen and ranked second on defense in production points during the regular season (239) . . . credited with two tackles in Redbox Bowl vs. Oregon before breaking his fibula in the third quarter . . . posted three tackles and one QB hurry in Rutgers game, notching 12 production points . . . for second consecutive game, tied career high with 3.5 tackles for loss (5 yards), as part of nine total tackles at Nebraska, also recovering a fumble in the second quarter, ending with defense-leading 29 production points; named to Pro Football Focus Big Ten Team of the Week . . . posted career-high 13 tackles in Ohio State game, as well as career-best 3.5 tackles for loss, with one sack and adding one pass break-up and one QB hurry . . . started at Maryland and had smashing game, posting 2.5 tackles for loss and 2.0 sacks as part of seven tackles, posting 21 production points . . . posted four tackles vs. Purdue to go with four QB hurries, posting 20 production points, which led defensive ends and ranked third on the defensive line and fourth on defense overall . . . logged nine tackles vs. Michigan, including 2.0 TFLs and 0.5 sack, adding two QB hurries; led the defensive line with 19 production points vs. UM . . . recorded a 7-yard sack and two stops overall in win at No. 8 Penn State . . . tallied team-high tying eight tackles vs. Northwestern, with 1.5 TFLs, totaling 20 production points, which was tied for second on defensive line and overall on defense, while playing 57 of 64 defensive snaps . . . posted five tackles vs. Central Michigan, including 1.5 TFLs and one sack, logging 18 production points, which led the defensive ends and ranked second on the defense . . . posted eight tackles with two TFLs at Indiana, including one sack, and added one QB hurry to post 25 production points, which led entire defense; named to Pro Football Focus Big Ten Team of the Week . . . tallied two tackles with 1.0 tackle for loss at Arizona State, finishing with 12 production points, leading the defensive ends and ranking tied for third overall on defense . . . started opener vs. Utah State and posted six tackles, including 2.0 tackles for loss, both of which were sacks, adding one forced fumble and three QB hurries, leading defensive line in tackles and ranking tied for fourth on defense . . . finished with 17 production points, leading defense ends, ranking second on defensive line and fourth overall on defense. 


9.5 Deep Speed


Atlanta: Michael Divinity- 6-2, 242, (O) 4.85, 33 5/8"Arm, 14 Reps, 9'7"Broad, 31"Vert, 



Divinity is a twitchy LB. He plays both inside and outside. He is more of an off the ball LB than Chaisson. But he can flash off the Edge as well. He lines up like a Mike or ILB a lot. He is more of a space player. 

He will get stuck in trash and traffic. He has that knack for finding a lane to the QB, when he blitzes behind other guys. Needs to do a better job setting the Edge, but he can fight through the double outside sometimes to get to the RB.

He is smooth and fast moving backwards in coverage. Flashes out of drop when an RB crosses and picks him up easily. Athletically he looks like a DB in coverage. Keeps his eyes locked on the QB, but is still aware of receivers around him. 

Nice awareness of when the ball is in the air, and he can break on it like a DB. He is the guy that sets up the LBs. He is terrific running through traffic to find the RB. He is an OLB/ILB like the other LSU LBs, but he is more of an ILB than the other two. 

 He can cover the RB lined up in the Slot. He is a terrific stunter inside to hit the QB right in the front. He can be inconsistent, but he gets to the QB from the outside and the inside. He is nasty blitzing up the gut and whipping the QB down. He is so fast to the QB.

He always seems to be a step behind White in 2018. He will get his chance to step up this season. He has a knack for getting through the line and pressing the QB. They will line him up on the Edge and have him rush like an Edgerusher. He has a nice spin move outside. He has garnered 6-sacks and 14 TFLs. 

He can take the big hit by the blocker while protecting the edge, and till stop the RB from turning the corner. He is terrific blister off the corner. He flushes and hits the QB with some consistency. However, his size is awfully tough to be an Edge guy in the NFL. He is more of a 4-3 OLB, who can blitz and hit the QB.. 

Outlook: Will be a defensive leader for LSU in 2019 after having a breakout year as a junior ... Moves inside in 2019 after starting 11 games at outside linebacker in 2018 ... Good communicator on the field ... Moved to the “Mack” linebacker position midway through the spring and his impact was immediate ... Tough player – both mentally and physically – and is not afraid to step up and take charge on the field ... Smart football player that has a true understanding of the game and makes others around him better ... Tends to see things before they happen ... Fast to the football .. Can also creep up and play on the line of scrimmage in certain situations ... Played in 32 games with 12 starts in his career ... 82 career tackles to go with 14.0 tackles for loss and 6.0 sacks ... Has been responsible for six turnovers (4 fumble recoveries, 1 interception, 1 forced fumble).  

SENIOR SEASON (2019): Returns to field for National Championship Game against Clemson … Sat out previous six games … Has played in five games in 2019, starting three times … Has 23 tackles, 4.0 tackles for loss and 3.0 sacks to his credit … Tremendous pass rusher from the outside … Last action came in win over Auburn when he had five tackles, including a sack for a 7-yard loss in the third quarter … Against Mississippi State, forced a fumble and totaled a pair of tackles for loss and QB hurry ... Had pair of tackles against No. 7 Florida ... Started at middle linebacker at Vanderbilt and had a tackle before leaving the game with an injury ... LSU’s starting linebacker against Texas and finished with a career-high 10 tackles and a sack against the Longhorns

JUNIOR SEASON (2018): Played in 12 games with 11 starts ... Finished season with 54 tackles and tied for team-high honors with five sacks ... Added 9.5 tackles for loss and eight quarterback hurries ... Responsible for creating four turnovers (1 interception, 1 forced fumble and 2 fumble recoveries) ... Returned a fumble 58 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter against Texas A&M ... His touchdown tied the game at 24-24 ... On Mississippi State first possession of the game, intercepted a pass and returned it 31 yards to the Bulldog 3-yard line setting up LSU’s only touchdown of the game in the 19-3 victory ... Recovered a first quarter fumble in the Fiesta Bowl win over UCF that setup a LSU touchdown five plays later, giving the Tigers the lead for good at 17-14 ... Had six tackles, including 1.5 for loss and a half-sack in win over Auburn ... Tied career-high with seven tackles in wins over Georgia and Rice ... Had six tackles and three quarterback hurries vs. Florida ... Forced a fumble just before halftime in win over Arkansas.

9.6 LB


Pittsburgh: *Colby Parkinson- 6-7, 252, (O) 4.77, 33 1/4"Arm, 18 R, 7.15 3-C, 4.46, SS, 9'1"Br, 32.5"Vert



01/2020: He has declared for the Draft, which is unusual for a Stanford dude. He garnered 589 yard and a TD on 48 catches in 2019. He is a terrific blocker on screens run behind him. It is a nice weapon to line him up outside on the Goalline, and at his height just throw him the alley-oop. He is a little slow in pattern. He can find the open spot in a seam. He can run the physical pattern from the seam, and cream the DB and break open inside. 

When they throw it to him he catches it. He can catch it through all kinds of contact by the LB. He can find an open spot in the slot nicely. They will line him up in the Slot right on the Seam, and he can get open enough on the Dig. When the QB goes high, he holds on as the DB hits his legs. He has the size and hands to be very interesting to a lot of teams. Unstoppable on the high-lob fade-pass  deep. 

He played better in 2018 than 2019. I don't know why. He might have been injured. He was got open deep much more. It is such an Elite weapon to throw the high lob up to him going down the sideline, where he skies up over the rim to snag ir or is soars helplessly out of Bounds. He played more Move TE or H-back in 2019. 

He is a very good blocker. He looked like he was going to develop into a great blocker in 2018, but his height can hurt him a little blocking. He blocks well in space for his WR, after the catch. 

Not super fast in pattern. He gets open more at the break point with quick bursts and physicality. If the throw is late the DB will catch up and can defend the pass, or tackle him as he is trying to catch the ball.

Taken from 2020 Pats Draft Preseason Draft guide:- When the QB throws it to him in pattern he catches it. He mostly runs deep patterns to get open up the middle of the field. He drags the safeties 20 to 30 yards downfield to help open things up underneath for his teammates. He will get open 20 to 30 yards down field and can leap up and snag the pass between the two Safeties as they hit him. He gets through traffic well in pattern. 

They play him more like a slot WR. When they ran he would go to the 2nd or 3rd level to block the Safety in space. He will probably be more of a traditional TE with Kaden Smith with the 49ers now. He will charge up to the Slot DB like he is going to block him again. Then break outside and break open over the top on the Out and Up. He is a very smooth hands catcher. They lined him up outside like a WR a lot. He played a lot of Slot WR. 

He turns upfield quick and can outrun the small linebacker to the marker in pattern. Terrific Redzone and Goal line threat. As the Number Two TE/Slot-guy he garnered 7 TDs in 2018. They will line him up outside like an X. He has some quick feet with the jab-step inside, and a quick move outside to get open going down the Seam. Anytime a guy as tall as he is shows some quickness in pattern it is a big deal. 

As a Junior (2019): All-Pac-12 second team. John Mackey Award semifinalist. Started all 12 games for the Cardinal. 48 receptions for 589 yards and one touchdown. Also threw one touchdown pass. Career-high seven receptions for 89 yards at USC. Caught three passes for 44 yards and a touchdown - his first of the season - at Oregon State. Registered 8-yard touchdown pass to Davis Mills at Oregon State, becoming the first Stanford non-QB to throw a touchdown pass since Christian McCaffrey connected with Kevin Hogan vs. USC in the 2015 Pac-12 Championship.

9.5 Size


Miami: James Proche- 5-11, 201, 29 3/4"Arm, 20 Reps, 7.27 3-Cone, 4.4 Short Shuttle. 34.5"Vert, 



03/2020: Proche is the guy I think can be there for the Pats late in the 3rd or 4th. He reminds me of Emmanuel Sanders. Terrific kick returner. Returned punts as well. He will contribute as a rookie on Returns. I think he can help in the Slot right away as the 3rd or 4th WR. Elite production over the past two seasons. Great production in 2018: 93 catches for 1,199- yards for a 11.9-yard average, and 12 TDs. And incredibly he was better in 2019, garnering 111 catches for 1,225- yards for 11-yard average, and 15 TDs. Explosive. Fast. Tough for his size. His will drop the ball sometimes, and that could hurt him in the Draft. He can reach out and up and grab bad passes.

Combine: He can accelerate to an impressive speed to catch up to the over thrown pass and extend and hop forward to snag it. Very impressive ball skills. I questioned his hands a little. But he had no drop 1st Gantlet. Smooth natural hands. Love his hands. No drop 2nd Gantlet. Quick and easy hands. No drop 2nd Gantlet. Smooth not sudden on short out. Rounds his In route. Good feet. Looks it into his hands. He can make the great adjustment to the pass high and outside and over his head, and lean back and snag it as he slips down. Nice adjustment to deep pass. He doesn’t need to slow on out. Dynamic feet. He run a long way on post corner and pull it in. Short arms. Didn't test as well as expected. Looks like a better athlete on the football field. 

Senior (2019): AWARDS: Biletnikoff Award Semifinalist... All-AAC first team... Shrine Bowl invite... Hula Bowl invite... Maxwell Award Watch List... Paul Hornung Award Watch List... Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Semifinalist... Touchdown Club of Columbus Player to Watch... Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Offensive Player of the Year... Dave Campbell’s All-Texas College Team: Offense... Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll (Nov. 11)... Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Weekly Honor Roll (Nov. 11)... Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Weekly Honor Roll (Nov. 5)... Walter Camp Award National POTW (Oct. 6)... AAC Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 7)... Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award National POTW (Oct. 8)... Athlon Sports Preseason AAC: first-team offense... Athlon Sports Preseason AAC: fourth-team specialist... Phil Steele Preseason: fourth-team (All-America), first-team offense (AAC), fourth-team special teams (AAC)... College Football News Preseason AAC... College Football News Preseason Top 30 Players: No. 4... Dave Campbell’s All-Texas College Team: First-team offense... Dave Campbell’s 50 Most Important College Players in Texas: No. 5.

Junior (2018): Played in 12 games, starting 11... Led the Mustangs with 93 catches for 1,199 yards and 12 touchdowns... Registered a team-leading 20 punt returns for 165 yards and 12 kick returns for 276 yards... Added two carries for 17 yards... Led the conference and was in the top 12 nationally in receptions per game (7.8, 5th NCAA), receiving TDs (8th NCAA), receiving yards per game (99.9, 10th NCAA) and receiving yards (12th NCAA)... Also second in the league for all-purpose yards (138.08, 13th NCAA)... Had five 100+-yard games in 2018, giving him nine for his career... Ranks fifth all-time at SMU with 24 career receptions touchdowns and seventh all-time in both career receptions (190) and reception yards (2,724)

9.6 Hands


Jacksonville:  John Hightower- 6-1 1/2", 189, (O) 4.43, 7.07 3-Cone, 4,21 SS, 10'2"Broad, 38.5"Vert!  


Boise St

03/2020: He played the Z a lot. Crushes the  cushion with nice speed. First move off snap is to sink his hips, shuffle his feet, and then burst forward. Nice feet at stem. Sinks his hips and stutters his feet, and then makes the quick break. Very fast and athletic. He will give a skip step and then break inside. Faster than quick. 

Good hand fighter getting off the line, but he can get jammed at the line by the big CB. He can struggle to get open in pattern. Then suddenly burst wide open over the middle. He has some shake and back in pattern. He has that knack for getting open deep and catching it. Nice burst outside. 

He will shake and bake at the LOS a lot to trick the CB in run. He can get to the 3rd level and block the FS out of run defense. Fakes patterns too much instead of blocking. He too often dances at the line instead of bursting into pattern. But it seems like that is what they coach their WRs to do. His QB is not very good. 

He gets open after the pattern a lot coming back to the QB. Not a lot of sophistication in his patterns. He is going to need a year or two to learn to run patterns. Fearless going up and turning his back to the defender to catch the ball. He can leap onto of the Corner, who has perfect coverage, and get his hands on the ball and almost pull it in as he lands on top of the CB. He was more of a returner at Boise in 2018, after he transferred there. 

Excellent hands leaping and reaching up for the high ball with the CB in his legs. He has to speed to just run by smaller school CBs like they are kids. Nice hitch step in front of the CB to break open over the top of the CB. He was not as pretty trying to run by the FLA ST CBs. He will body catch the bomb sometimes. The More I Watch Him The Less I Like Him. He was a bit of a one-year wonder. Showed some explosion running past CBs. 

He can slow and grab the pass behind him, knowing the CB chasing him is going to give him a big hit in the back. He has some speed, slipperiness and flash running the Screen. He is an excellent athlete. He can leap up and make the amazing adjustment to the bad pass and rip it out of the CB's hands. He has that athletic flash, but is very inconsistent. 

Combine: He looks like he can run all day. He is interesting on Tape. Great returning kicks. He will drop the one way out in front of him. He can make the quick and fast adjustment. He can make the great adjustment to the terrible throw. Didn’t have a drop in first Gantlet. He can plant one foot and explode downfield. He can leap up and twist back to snag the high and outside pass. He was not as big and physical as expected at the Combine. Disappointing size and physicality at the Combine. 

SENIOR (2019): Named to the All-Mountain West Second Team at both wide receiver and kick returner...appeared in all 14 games, making 13 starts...led team in receiving yards (943) and touchdown catches (eight) while finishing second with 51 receptions...averaged 24.6 yards per kick return with one touchdown...caught two passes for 25 yards at Florida State (Aug. 31)...hauled in a 47-yard touchdown for the decisive score against Marshall, finished the game with two catches for 46 yards (Sept. 6)...scored twice against Portland State, the first touchdown coming on a 98-yard kickoff return, and the second coming on a 23-yard catch, as he finished the night with four catches for 79 yards and the score (Sept. 14)...caught five passes for 48 yards against Air Force (Sept. 20)...hauled in a 76-yard touchdown pass, and finished the game with 105 yards on four catches, and rushed twice for 51 yards, at UNLV (Oct. 5)...caught seven passes for 141 yards and a pair of touchdowns and returned a kickoff for 34 yards against Hawai'i (Oct. 12)...posted his third 100-yard receiving game, racking up 127 yards on five catches at San José State (Nov. 2)...caught two passes for 46 yards and rushed twice for 38 yards against Wyoming (Nov. 9)...made four catches for 124 yards and a touchdown, carried once for 17 yards against New Mexico (Nov. 16)...caught a 30-yard touchdown pass, finished with three catches for 56 yards at Utah State (Nov. 23)...had five catches for 49 yards at Colorado State (Nov. 29)...caught three passes for 64 yards and a touchdown in Mountain West Championship Game against Hawai'i (Dec. 7).


1st Round.

2nd and 3rd Round.

4th Round.

Be A Citizen! Not a Subject! 

Fascist is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances:


The 1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated:


The Barr Report is treason. Barr has will go down in History as the most corrupt AG



History will judge him as a traitor to the rule of law, which he swore to protect.


History will judge all the suckers who are pretending that the Barr report

IS the Mueller report as ignorant FOOLS. 



IS ILLEGALLY withholding it,


Because it "does not Exonerate him."


I love how suckers are pretending it exonerated President Treason, 

when the one quote we got was"

"But this report does not exonerate him."

That was literarily the one quote the traitor to History put in his

phony baloney report. 

It's time to grow up suckers, before you have to salute President Putin.

Hey Trump, go pee in a hole!








Thanks to the endlessly corrupt Trump Administration we real American are left to fight the Plaque on our own, without the massive power of the Federal Government. The Trump Government has been turned to help Trump get rich, as the price of hiring incumbent boob after incompetent boob, NOW murders real Americans every day. 


The reason there is no Defense Production Act, is because President Dumbass and his band of ignorant incompetents cannot enact the Act. They simply don't know how to fill out the proper forms. As ignorance is bliss, there has never been a more blissful Presidency than that of our Conman President. 

Only now it is killing American by the thousands. Just get a secretary to fill out the proper paper work. I can guarantee you, Dumbass, that there are dozens of more intelligent than you secretaries working in the White House who know how to fill out the paper work, or who are so much smarter than you and certainly Pence and your band of merry morons, and all the other utter incompetents that you hired for their corrupt character, that they can figure out how to enact

the Defense Production Act our dying Country so desperately needs. 

For Christ sakes. My uncle just died yesterday. How many Aunts, Uncles, Grandfathers, Grandmothers, and Moms and Dads have to die before you submit to your overwhelming ignorance. Just pretend that the smartest woman in the Secretarial pool is your Daddy, and instead of asking for money, ask for help saving the lives of all Mommies and Daddies in America, 

whether they be Grand or not! 

Trump, you can start production of ventilators, masks and PPS equipment by the thousands in a matter of weeks! Just beg the smartest lady you meet in the White House everyday to bail you ass out! 

Like the way you begged your Daddy when you lost a Billion Dollars. We know you're the Worlds Biggest Loser, and lost 100-Million Bucks a year for ten straight years. But we cannot afford for your Dumb-Assery to start killing American by the millions every year. 

Get help Enacting the Defense Production Act. 

That is the only way to get the economy rolling again. 

Since you don't give a damn about real Americans.

Maybe it is time to start protecting the ECONOMY, 

with the damn Defense Production Act.

Confirmed U.S. covid-19 death toll reaches 20,000, highest in the world:

The United States on Saturday has passed Italy for the most confirmed covid-19 deaths in the world, with more than 20,000 fatalities, a figure experts have called “an underestimation.” Much-smaller Italy has still lost more people per capita — roughly 31 of every 100,000 people there have been killed by the virus. If the death rate in the U.S. were to match that in Italy, more than 100,000 Americans would die...


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