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Senior Bowl 2018 Watch List - Running Backs & Fullbacks

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Senior Bowl 2018 Watch List
Running Backs & Fullbacks

The Senior Bowl's 2018 Watch List includes more than 400 student athletes from nearly every level of college football. These are the players who we are looking to fill the 110 roster spots that form the North and South squads for the nation's premier all-star game. A player not on the initial list can be added to the watch list during the season and be invited to the 2018 game. Here's a look at the top seniors to keep an eye on this season:

Executive Director Phil Savage and Scouting Coordinator Patrick Woo along with their staff have once again assembled another impressive strong group of college players to be considered as the top pro prospects for the NFL Draft. The Senior Bowl will post updated watch lists thru the 2017 season and postseason as they continue to be the premier postseason All-Star week that has a tremendous impact on the pro prospect rankings entering the NFL Draft 2018.

Photo - RB Nick Chubb - Georgia

For the Complete Senior Bowl Watch List go to
https://www.seniorbowl.com/watch-list-profiles.php

Running Backs
Kalen Ballage - Arizona State - 6-3 230 Pac-12
Mike Boone - Cincinnati - 5-10 205 AAC
D'Angelo Brewer - Tulsa - 5-9 190 AAC
James Butler - Iowa - 5-9 210 Big Ten
Martez Carter - Grambling State - 5-9 205 FCS
Nick Chubb - Georgia - 5-10 225 SEC
Jordan Chunn - Troy - 6-1 235 Sun Belt
Jarred Craft - Louisiana Tech - 6-0 213 C-USA
Justin Crawford - West Virginia - 6-0 200 Big 12
Chase Edmonds - Fordham - 5-9 205 FCS
Keith Ford - Texas A&M - 5-11 215 SEC
Jarvion Franklin - Western Michigan - 6-0 225 MAC
Royce Freeman - Oregon - 6-0 238 Pac-12
Ja'Quan Gardner - Humboldt State - 5-7 205 Division II
Kyle Hicks - TCU - 5-10 210 Big 12
Jordan Huff - Northern Illinois - 5-10 218 MAC
Justin Jackson - Northwestern - 5-11 200 Big Ten
D'Ernest Johnson - South Florida - 5-10 208 AAC
Ray Lawry - Old Dominion - 5-10 204 C-USA
Phillip Lindsay - Colorado - 5-8 190 Pac-12
Sony Michel - Georgia - 5-11 215 SEC
Rashaad Penny - San Diego State - 5-11 220 MW
Demario Richard - Arizona State - 5-10 219 Pac-12
Larry Rose III - New Mexico State - 5-11 195 IND
Ito Smith - Southern Mississippi - 5-9 195 C-USA
Roc Thomas - Jacksonville St. - 5-11 193 FCS
Akrum Wadley - Iowa - 5-11 191 Big Ten
Tre Watson - California - 5-11 205 Pac-12
Ralph Webb - Vanderbilt - 5-10 202 SEC
Darrel Williams - LSU - 6-1 229 SEC

Fullbacks
Nick Bawden - San Diego State - 6-3 245 MW
Dimitri Flowers - Oklahoma - 6-2 247 Big 12
Khalid Hill - Michigan - 6-2 263 Big Ten
Daniel Marx - Stanford - 6-2 255 Pac-12
J.D. Moore - LSU - 6-4 236 SEC
Christian Payne - Georgia - 6-1 242 SEC
Jaylen Samuels - North Carolina State - 5-11 228 ACC
Nick Sharga - Temple - 6-2 240 AAC
Elijah Wellman - West Virginia - 6-1 241 Big 12

Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long-time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites

Senior Bowl 2018 Pro Prospect Watch List - Quarterbacks

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Senior Bowl 2018 Watch List
Quarterbacks

The Senior Bowl's 2018 Watch List includes more than 400 student athletes from nearly every level of college football. These are the players who we are looking to fill the 110 roster spots that form the North and South squads for the nation's premier all-star game. A player not on the initial list can be added to the watch list during the season and be invited to the 2018 game. Here's a look at the top seniors to keep an eye on this season:

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Executive Director Phil Savage and Scouting coordinator Patrick Woo along with their staff have once again assembled another impressive strong group of college players to be considered as the top pro prospects for the NFL Draft. The Senior Bowl will post updated watch lists thru the 2017 season and postseason as they continue to be the premier postseason All-Star week that has a tremendous impact on the pro prospect rankings entering the NFL Draft 2018.

For the Complete Senior Bowl Watch List go to
https://www.seniorbowl.com/watch-list-profiles.php

Photo - QB Luke Falk - Washington State

Quarterbacks
Austin Allen - Arkansas -6 -1 215 SEC
Kevin Anderson - Fordham - 6-2 215 FCS
J.T. Barrett - Ohio State - 6-2 220 Big Ten
Kurt Benkert - Virginia - 6-4 215 ACC
Kyle Bolin - Rutgers - 6-2 212 Big Ten
Jeremiah Briscoe - Sam Houston State - 6-3 225 FCS
Max Browne - Pittsburgh - 6-5 230 ACC
Luke Falk - Washington State - 6-4 223 Pac-12
Riley Ferguson - Memphis - 6-4 210 AAC
Quinton Flowers - South Florida - 6-0 210 AAC
Brandon Harris - North Carolina - 6-3 220 ACC
Richard Lagow - Indiana - 6-6 240 Big Ten
Taylor Lamb - Appalachian State - 6-2 200 Sun Belt
Kyle Lauletta - Richmond - 6-3 215 FCS
Matt Linehan - Idaho - 6-3 239 Sun Belt
Baker Mayfield - Oklahoma - 6-1 220 Big 12
John O'Korn - Michigan - 6-4 215 Big Ten
Peter Pujals - Holy Cross - 6-2 213 FCS
Brogan Roback - Eastern Michigan - 6-3 218 MAC
Mason Rudolph - Oklahoma State - 6-5 230 Big 12
Brandon Silvers - Troy - 6-3 219 Sun Belt
Nick Stevens - Colorado State - 6-3 215 MW
Hunter Wells - Youngstown State - 6-5 215 FCS
Mike White - Western Kentucky - 6-4 225 C-USA
Logan Woodside - Toledo - 6-2 210 MAC

Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long-time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites

Senior Bowl 2017 - Players to Watch in All-star Game

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Senior Bowl 2017 – Players to Watch in All-star Game

Senior Bowl 2017 week reaches its showcase event today with the premier All-star game of the postseason. Once again, Executive Director Phil Savage assembled an excellent group of pro prospects for the North and South squads in the changing player environment. Several second tier prospects emerged as rising NFL hopefuls in front of hundreds of pro evaluators.

Photo - WR Zay Jones - East Carolina

The small college ranks were well represented in Mobile at a game that historically has showcased future NFL stars from the lower levels of play. Wideout Cooper Kupp of Eastern Washington and DE Tanoh Kpassagnon of Villanova were very impressive over the practices and will be center stage today. They hope to the next small college prospects to shine in the Senior Bowl that has produced small college Pro Bowlers, including runner David Johnson and QB Joe Flacco in recent years. Historically, the Senior Bowl game highlighted future HOF, runner Walter Payton of Jackson St. in 1975 and DT 'Mean' Joe Green of North Texas in 1969 in this All-star game. Both players earned #1 draft selections of the Chicago Bears and Pittsburgh Steelers and became vital to their Super Bowl titles over their illustrious careers.

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Senior Bowl Week
Offensive Player of Practices - WR Zay Jones - East Carolina
Defensive Player of Practices - LB Hasson Reddick - Temple

Key Players to Watch in Senior Bowl Game
Offensive Players

QB Davis Webb - 6-5, 230 - California
QB Nathan Peterman - 6-2, 225 - Pittsburgh
QB Antonio Pipkin - 6-1, 225 - Tiffin (Oh.)
RB Matt Dayes - 5-9, 210 - N.C. St.
RB Corey Clement - 5-10, 220 - Wisconsin
RB Kareem Hunt - 5-11, 210 - Toledo
RB Jamaal Williams - 6-0, 210 - BYU
WR Zay Jones - 6-0, 200 - East Carolina
WR Cooper Kupp - 6-2, 195 - Eastern Washington
WR Amara Darboh - 6-2, 215 - Michigan
WR Trent Taylor - 5-9, 180 - Louisiana Tech
TE Mike Roberts - 6-4, 260 - Toledo
TE O.J. Howard - 6-6, 250 - Alabama
TE Evan Engram - 6-3, 230 - Mississippi
T Taylor Moton - 6-5, 330 - Western Michigan
OG Danny Isidora - 6-4, 310 - Miami (Fl.)
OG Dion Dawkins - 6-4, 310 - Temple
OG Kyle Kalis - 6-4, 310 - Michigan

Rosters http://www.seniorbowl.com/rosters-2017.php
Weigh-in Monday - January 23

Defensive Players
DE Jordan Willis - 6-3, 260 - Kansas St
DE Tanoh Kpassagnon - 6-7, 280 - Villanova
DE Daeshon Hall - 6-5, 265 - Texas A&M
DE Tarell Basham - 6-3, 260 - Ohio
DT Montravious Adams - 6-2, 310 - Auburn
DT Eddie Vanderdoes - 6-3, 320 - UCLA
DT Jaleel Johnson - 6-4, 310 - Iowa
DT Stevie Tu’IKolovatu - Southern Cal
LB Hasson Reddick - 6-2, 230 - Temple
LB Alex Anzalone - 6-3, 240 - Florida
LB Connor Harris - 5-11, 240 - Lindenwood (Mo.)
CB Damontae Kazee - 5-10, 180 - San Diego St
CB Rasul Douglas - 6-2 205 - West Virginia
CB Jourdan Lewis - 5-10, 180 - Michigan
S Obi Melifonwu - 6-4, 220 - UConn
S Lorenzo Jerome - 5-10, 205 - Saint Francis (Pa.)

Senior Bowl 2017 – North & South Practices

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Senior Bowl 2017
North & South Practices
Key Performers at the Senior Bowl Practices

OL Forrest Lamp of Western Kentucky was one of the early stars of the Senior Bowl practices in drills when he went down with an ankle injury. He stopped practicing after a high ankle sprain sustained this week. It may jeopardize him playing in the game Saturday. Earlier, he helped his cause significantly with a display of highly developed technique along with footwork, strong hands and the strength to anchor. He won continuously in one on one drills on Tuesday and proved highly competitive in the process. The ankle injury will be monitored through the week with his availability for practices most likely finished.

Photo - TE O.J. Howard - Alabama

Rosters http://www.seniorbowl.com/rosters-2017.php
Weigh-in Monday - January 23

Rising Players in Mid-week Practices
QB Davis Webb - 6-4, 230 California
Showing the skill set to continue to improve and eventually become an NFL starter.
RB Kareem Hunt - 5-11, 210 Toledo
Well-rounded back dropped weight and looks quicker while sustaining his power.
WR Cooper Kupp - 6-2, 195 Eastern Washington
Sure handed wideout fit in like a glove in Mobile.
WR Zay Jones - 6-0, 200 East Carolina
Record setting receiver looks smooth with the ability to run the full route tree.
WR Taywan Taylor - 6-0, 195 Western Kentucky
Smooth receiver displays fine hands and body control to be a factor in the game.
WR Josh Reynolds - 6-4, 190 Texas A&M
Big agile kid can elevate and make the tough catch at the sidelines and over the middle.
TE O.J. Howard - 6-6, 250 Alabama
Well-developed prospect is the #1 player at a deep and talented position.
TE Evan Engram - 6-3, 230 Mississippi
Quick mobile pass catcher shows wide receiver skills to be a factor early in the NFL game.
TE Gerald Everett - 6-3, 230 South Alabama
Mobile tweener performer has soft hands and run after the catch ability to play with this talented group.
OT Julie’n Davenport - 6-6, 315 Bucknell
Huge tackle has intriguing physical talent and has performed well vs top edge rushers.
OG Danny Isidora - 6-4, 310 Miami (Fl.)
Wide body guard has stoned several top flight tackles in one on one drills.
DE Daeshon Hall - 6-5, 265 Texas A&M
Tall edge rusher has shown nice improvement over the practices and has helped his cause.
DE Jordan Willis - 6-3, 260 Kansas St
Quick edge rusher has drawn attention with his burst off the edge.
DT Montravious Adams - 6-2, 310 Auburn
Mobile tackle displays a quick burst to penetrate in the middle.
DT Eddie Vanderdoes - 6-3, 320 UCLA
Young tackle has answered some questions about his talent and health this week.
DT Larry Ogunjobi - 6-2, 305 Charlotte
Quick interior defender has shown the ability to win early on the down
LB Tarell Basham - 6-3, 260 Ohio
Tweener has consistently flashed quickness and power off the edge.
CB Tre’Davious White - 5-11, 195 LSU
Long cover man has shown the skill set to shutdown top flight receivers.
CB Jourdan Lewis - 5-10, 180 Michigan
Quick twitch corner has held up well vs premier receivers.
S Justin Evans - 6-0, 205 Texas A&M
Smooth free safety moves easily to the ball and has drawn raves in coverage.
S Obi Melifonwu - 6-4, 220 UConn
Huge safety runs to the ball to close and finish and has helped his cause.

Prior to the start of the weigh-ins, Senior Bowl executive Phil Savage listed
Players who turned down invitations to the Senior Bowl week

QB Deshaun Watson (Clemson)
RB Wayne Gallman (Clemson)
WR Dede Westbrook (Oklahoma)
WR Mike Williams (Clemson)
TE Jordan Leggett (Clemson)
DL Jonathan Allen (Alabama)
Taco Charlton (Michigan)
center Pat Elflein (Ohio State)
CB Kevin King (Washington)
CB Cordrea Tankersley (Clemson)

Invited Players Rehabbing Late season injuries - not participating
WR Corey Davis - Western Michigan (shoulder)
TE Jake Butt - Michigan (knee)
TE Cole Hikutini - Louisville (knee)
TE Bucky Hodges - Virginia Tech (undisclosed)
OG Dorian Johnson - Pittsburgh (ankle)
DE Takkarist McKinley - UCLA (shoulder)
DE Demarcus Walker - Florida State (foot)
DE Tim Williams - Alabama (elbow)
LB Kendall Beckwith - LSU (knee)
LB Jarrad Davis - Florida (ankle)
LB Reuben Foster - Alabama (hand)
CB Chidobe Awuzie - Colorado (toe)
S Josh Harvey-Clemons - Louisville (hamstring)

Players who accepted an invite and will be here to participate in interviews with clubs. They suffered season-ending injuries earlier in the year and will not play this week.
They include
QB Chad Kelly - Ole Miss (knee)
QB Seth Russell - Baylor (ankle)
S Eddie Jackson - Alabama (leg)
S Marcus Maye - Florida (arm)

Senior Bowl 2017 – Practice Schedule

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Senior Bowl 2017 – Practice Schedule

Senior Bowl week is here and once again Executive Director Phil Savage has assembled an excellent group of pro prospects for the North and South squads.

Phil Savage joined the Senior Bowl as its Executive Director in May of 2012 after working in the NFL as a coach, scout and executive for 20 years. As the Director of College Scouting and later as the Director of Player Personnel with the Baltimore Ravens, Savage helped assemble a roster that included 12 Pro Bowlers - and won Super Bowl XXXV. In his four years as General Manager of the Cleveland Browns he drafted or acquired five Pro Bowlers, including OT Joe Thomas and KR Josh Cribbs. He is a graduate of the University of the South - Sewanee and earned his Masters at the University of Alabama.

Photo - WR Cooper Kupp - Eastern Washington

Rosters http://www.seniorbowl.com/rosters-2017.php
Weigh-in

Monday - January 23

Practice Schedule
Tuesday, January 24

1:15 pm – 3:00 pm (SOUTH)
3:30 pm – 5:15 pm (NORTH)

Wednesday, January 25
12:15 pm – 2:15 pm (NORTH)
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm (SOUTH)

Thursday, January 26
12:15 pm – 2:15 pm (NORTH)
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm (SOUTH)

* All Practices at Ladd-Peebles Stadium
* General public enters from East stands
* Media/NFL enter from West stands

Game: Saturday, January 28, 2017
TIME: 1:30pm CT
WHERE: Mobile, Alabama
STADIUM: Ladd-Peebles Stadium (38,888)
TELEVISION: NFL Network
TICKETS: $30, $20, $10

Senior Bowl Names Bear & Brown Coaching Staffs

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Senior Bowl Features Bears & Browns Coaching Staffs for 2017 Game

The Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears have been selected to coach the 2017 Reese’s Senior Bowl later this month in Mobile, Ala. Players will arrive by Jan. 23 for the weigh-in and will begin practices the next day and the 68th Reese’s Senior Bowl is scheduled for January 28, at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile.

"The Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears represent two of the NFL's flagship franchises when it comes to tradition and history," said Reese’s Senior Bowl Executive Director Phil Savage. "We are proud to have them lead this year's North and South teams."

The Browns, led by their first-year head coach Hue Jackson, will guide the South team, while John Fox, in his second year as head coach of the Bears, will guide the North.

Photo - John Fox - Head coach Chicago Bears

“Armed with a number of extra draft picks, I know the Browns are looking forward to working with and evaluating the South squad, while the Bears and their staff will embrace their opportunity to coach and scout the North roster.” Savage said.

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Cleveland, which has coached in the Senior Bowl 10 other times, finished the 2016 season with a record of 1-15 and owns the top pick in this year’s NFL Draft.

“I’m excited about coaching the Senior Bowl,” Jackson said. “They really do an outstanding job of getting great players to participate in the game. Obviously, this can be really beneficial to our organization by spending a week coaching some of the best players in college football while we are preparing for the draft. I always say coaching is all about teaching and putting players in the best environment to succeed. I really look at this as an opportunity to help these young men be at their best during a week in which they get to showcase their talents to the entire National Football League.”

“Jackson has a sterling reputation as an innovative offensive mind and is motivated to turn the Browns around,“ Savage said. “So, this is an ideal situation for Cleveland to get a head start on the 2017 NFL Draft. He and his staff will do a great job with these all-star prospects. “

The last time the Browns coached the Reese’s Senior Bowl in 1993, Bill Belichick was the head coach and they had a young defensive assistant named Phil Savage, who is now the Executive Director of the Reese’s Senior Bowl.

Forrest Gregg led the Browns staff in 1977 and legendary coach Paul Brown was a fixture in Mobile in the 50s, coaching in the game eight straight years (1952-1959). The Browns have a 7-3 record when coaching in the Senior Bowl.

Chicago was 3-13 this season and will pick third in the draft. The Bears have coached in the Reese’s Senior Bowl three times, going 2-1 in those games.

“We’re excited for this opportunity to get a hands-on look at some of the top draft-eligible players in the nation,” said Bears head coach John Fox, who in 28 years of coaching in the NFL has never coached in the Senior Bowl. “The Senior Bowl experience will provide our coaches and personnel staff an extended chance to evaluate these players in a one-on-one setting which could prove to be very valuable as we approach the NFL Draft. It’s a great opportunity to spend some extra time with these guys and see how they respond to our staff.”

Chicago last coached in the Senior Bowl in 1996 under head coach Dave Wannstedt, and also coached in 1992 (Mike Ditka) and 1976 (Jack Pardee).

“Fox is a veteran coach that understands the importance of the Reese's Senior Bowl and its impact on a team's draft preparations,” Savage said. “He and his coaches will maximize this week of exposure to some of the nation's top collegiate talent."

Players will arrive by Jan. 23 to begin practices the next day and the 68th Reese’s Senior Bowl is scheduled for January 28, at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile. Kickoff is set for 1:30 p.m. CT.

Both the NFL Network and ESPN will televise the practices during the week and NFL Network will carry the game live on Saturday.

QB Josh Dobbs & LB Jarrad Davis Accept Senior Bowl Invitations

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QB Josh Dobbs & LB Jarrad Davis Accept Senior Bowl Invitations

Photo - LB Jarrad Davis - Florida

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A group of 13 players accepted invitations to the 2017 Reese's Senior Bowl this week. The Senior Bowl staff headed by Director Phil Savage will extend 110 invitations over the coming weeks to the premier All-star attraction of the postseason. Invitations will be announced weekly on Tuesday at http://www.seniorbowl.com.

Thirteen more of the top seniors from around the country have signed on to play in the 2017 Reese's Senior Bowl, including four quarterbacks. Tennessee's Josh Dobbs, Colorado's Sefo Liufao, Pittsburgh's Nate Peterman and Tiffin's Antonio Pipkin have all accepted invites to the game. While three of the QBs play at major programs, Pipkin has dominated at the Division II level and owns the single season record for total offense in his conference.
Also included in this week's group, Florida All-SEC linebacker Jarrad Davis and Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year Jordan Willis.

Eighty-one players have now signed on to play in the game, with 110 eventually landing in Mobile, Ala., for the 68th Reese's Senior Bowl on Jan. 28. They will begin practices on Jan. 23 and play the 68th annual Reese's Senior Bowl game on Jan. 28, 2017 at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala.

ESPN2 and NFL Network will broadcast live from the practices and NFL Network will carry the game beginning at 1:30pm CT.

Senior Bowl 2017 - Accepted Invitations
(alphabetically):

Player / School / Position / Ht/ Wt / Conference
Montravius Adams - Auburn - DT - 6-4 309 SEC
Ryan Anderson - Alabama - OLB - 6-2 253 SEC
Isaac Asiata - Utah - OC - 6-3 323 Pac-12
Chidobe Awuzie - Colorado - DC - 6-0 205 Pac-12
Toby Baker - Arkansas - PT 6-3 215 SEC
Tarell Basham - Ohio - DE 6-4 260 MAC
C.J. Beathard - Iowa - QB 6-2 215 Big Ten
Vince Biegel - Wisconsin OLB 6-4 245 Big Ten
Adam Bisnowaty - Pittsburgh - OT 6-6 305 ACC
Julien Davenport - Bucknell - OT 6-7 315 FCS
Jarrad Davis - Florida - OLB 6-2 238 SEC
Keionta Davis - UT-Chattanooga - DE 6-4 270 FCS
Dion Dawkins - Temple - OT 6-5 320 AAC
Matt Dayes - North Carolina State - RB 5-9 203 ACC
Josh Dobbs - Tennessee - QB 6-3 210 SEC
Jessamen Dunker - Tennessee St. - OG 6-5 305 FCS
Travin Dural - LSU - WR 6-2 207 SEC
Corn Elder - Miami - DC 5-10 180 ACC
Jake Elliott - Memphis - PK 5-10 165 AAC
Evan Engram - Ole Miss - TE 6-3 227 SEC
Amba Etta-Tawo - Syracuse - WR 6-2 202 ACC
Justin Evans - Texas A&M - S 6-1 195 SEC
Gerald Everett - South Alabama - TE 6-4 240 Sun Belt
Dan Feeney - Indiana - OG 6-4 305 Big Ten
Johnathan Ford - Auburn - S 6-0 204 SEC
Kyle Fuller - Baylor - OC 6-5 315 Big 12
Nate Gerry - Nebraska - S 6-2 220 Big Ten
Zane Gonzalez - Arizona State - PK 6-1 195 Pac-12
Daeshon Hall - Texas A&M - DE 6-6 260 SEC
Josh Harvey-Clemons - Louisville - S 6-5 228 ACC
Cole Hikutini - Louisville - TE 6-5 248 ACC
Colin Holba - Louisville - LS 6-5 245 ACC
Kareem Hunt - Toledo - RB 6-0 225 MAC
Danny Isidora - Miami - OG 6-4 305 ACC
Rayshawn Jenkins - Miami - S 6-2 210 ACC
John Johnson - Boston College - S 6-0 202 ACC
Jaleel Johnson - Iowa - DT 6-4 310 Big Ten
Dorian Johnson - Pittsburgh - OG 6-5 315 ACC
Isaiah Jones - East Carolina - WR 6-1 197 AAC
Damontae Kazee - San Diego State - DC 5-11 190 MW
Chad Kelly - Ole Miss - QB 6-2 224 SEC
Desmond King - Iowa - DC 5-11 203 Big Ten
Tanoh Kpassagnon - Villanova - DE 6-7 290 FCS
Cooper Kupp - Eastern Washington - WR 6-2 215 FCS
Forrest Lamp - Western Kentucky - OG 6-4 300 C-USA
Brendan Langley - Lamar - DC 6-1 190 FCS
Sefo Liufau - Colorado - QB 6-4 240 Pac-12
Marcus Maye - Florida - S 6-0 216 SEC
Conor McDermott - UCLA - OT 6-8 310 Pac-12
Takkarist McKinley - UCLA - OLB 6-2 265 Pac-12
Obi Melifonwu - Connecticut - S 6-3 217 AAC
Jordan Morgan - Kutztown - OG 6-4 320 Division II
Taylor Moton - Western Michigan - OG 6-5 328 MAC
Larry Ogunjobi - Charlotte - DT 6-3 297 C-USA
Nathan Peterman - Pittsburgh - QB 6-2 225 ACC
Antonio Pipkin - Tiffin - QB 6-3 225 Division II
Donnel Pumphrey - San Diego State - RB 5-10, 175 MWC
Haason Reddick - Temple - OLB 6-1 230 AAC
Josh Reynolds - Texas A&M - WR 6-4 190 SEC
Duke Riley - LSU - ILB 6-1 230 SEC
Ezra Robinson - Tennessee St. - DC 6-1 180 FCS
Sam Rogers - Virginia Tech - FB 5-11 230 ACC
Fred Ross - Mississippi State - WR 6-2 205 SEC
Seth Russell - Baylor - QB 6-3 220 Big 12
Nico Siragusa - San Diego State - OG 6-5 330 MW
Tanzel Smart - Tulane - DT 6-1 305 AAC
Jeremy Sprinkle - Arkansas - TE 6-6 256 SEC
Jamari Staples - Louisville - WR 6-4 195 ACC
Freddie Stevenson - Florida State - FB 6-1 241 ACC
Cameron Sutton - Tennessee - DC 5-11 186 SEC
Ryan Switzer - North Carolina - WR 5-10 185 ACC
Trent Taylor - Louisiana Tech - WR 5-8 178 C-USA
Taywan Taylor - Western Kentucky - WR 6-1 195 C-USA
Jon Toth - Kentucky - OC 6-5 310 SEC
Justin Vogel - Miami - PT 6-4 215 ACC
Davis Webb - California - QB 6-5 230 Pac-12
Dede Westbrook - Oklahoma - WR 6-0 175 Big 12
Marquez White - Florida State - DC 6-0 184 ACC
Jamaal Williams - Brigham Young - RB 6-2 220 IND
Jordan Willis - Kansas State - DE 6-5 258 Big 12

Frank Coyle is a long time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites

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