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Underclassmen Scoreboard - NFL Draft 2015

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QB Marcus Mariota And Arik Armstead Declare for NFL Draft

Underclassmen Scoreboard - NFL Draft 2015 – closed January 15th

The declaration date for underclassmen for the NFL Draft 2015 has passed - Jan. 15th - Players have an additional three days again to decide to either declare or change their minds with the Jan.18th date final. The usual high number of quality running backs, tight ends and wide receivers declared for this class and will have a strong impact on the early rounds. The defensive line will have a big impact from the underclassmen group with four potential top ten prospects. The secondary will also provide a high number of top selections with several blue chip prospects at important positions.

Photo – QB Jameis Winston - Florida St

Currently, about 80 underclassmen have entered the NFL Draft 2015 with the official list out next week after the Jan 18th date to close the entry process. Annually, a few prospects declare without announcing publicly this intensions. The NFL office will

January 2015 Newsletter - available Now - Extensive Underclassmen Report

The NFL heard from a number of star players including Oregon prospects, QB Marcus Mariota, DL Arik Armstead and DeForest Buckner after the title game. Mariota and Armstead declared while Buckner will return to the Ducks for the 2015 season.

Underclassmen - Pro Prospects Ranked alphabetically by position
Updated Jan. 17th

Offensive Players - * Third year sophomores
Quarterbacks

Brett Hundley - UCLA
Marcus Mariota - Oregon
* Jameis Winston - Florida St.

Running Backs
Javoris ‘Buck’ Allen - Southern Cal
Jay Ajayi - Boise St
B.J. Catalon - TCU
Tevin Coleman - Indiana
Mike Davis - South Carolina
Melvin Gordon - Wisconsin
Todd Gurley - Georgia
Duke Johnson - Miami
Matt Jones - Florida
Dee Hart - Colorado St
Braylon Heard - Kentucky
Josh Robinson - Mississippi St
Trey Williams - Texas A&M
TJ Yeldon - Alabama

Wide Receivers
Nelson Agholor - Southern California
Sammie Coates - Auburn
Amari Cooper - Alabama
Stefon Diggs - Maryland
Lemar Durant - Simon Fraser
George Farmer - Southern Cal
Devin Funchess - Michigan
Deontay Greenberry - Houston
* Dorial Green-Beckham - Oklahoma
Chris Harper - Cal
Nigel King - Kansas
Breshad Perriman - Central Florida
Jaquel Pitts - Mayville State
Shaq Roland - South Carolina
Jaelen Strong - Arizona St

Tight Ends
Tyler Kroft - Rutgers
Jesse James - Penn St
Jean Sifrin - UMass
* Maxx Williams - Minnesota

Offensive Linemen
La’el Collins - LSU
Ereck Flowers - Miami
DJ Humphries - Florida
Patrick Miller - Auburn
Tyler Moore - Florida
Andrus Peat - Stanford
Jeremiah Poutasi - Utah
Donovan Smith - Penn St

Defensive Players
Ends

Arik Armstead - Oregon
Deion Barnes - Penn St
Xavier Cooper - Washington St
Mario Edwards - Florida St
Randy Gregory - Nebraska
Dante Fowler - Florida
Danielle Hunter - LSU
Noah Spence - Ohio St
Leonard Williams - Southern California

Tackles
Malcolm Brown - Texas
Chris Covington - RIce
Eddie Goldman - Florida St
Ellis McCarthy - UCLA
Rakeem Nunez-Roches - Southern Mississippi
* Jordan Phillips - Oklahoma
Darius Philon - Arkansas

Linebackers
Kwon Alexander - LSU
Eli Harold - Virginia
Bernardrick McKinney - Mississippi St
Shane Ray - Missouri
Shaq Thompson - Washington
* Max Valles - Virginia

Cornerbacks
Alex Carter - Stanford
Jalen Collins - LSU
Ronald Darby - Florida St
Lorenzo Doss - Tulane
Charles Gaines - Louisville
Jacoby Glenn - Central Florida
Marcus Peters - Washington
Trae Waynes - Michigan St
P.J. Williams - Florida St

Safeties
Landon Collins - Alabama
Durell Eskridge - Syracuse
Chris Hackett - TCU
* Gerod Holliman - Louisville
Jalen Mills - LSU
James Sample - Louisville

Punter
Bradley Pinion – Clemson

East-West Shrine Week Begins Key Final All-Star Events

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Premier All-Star Games Head 2015 Postseason

Three major All-Star games head the postseason schedule over the next two weeks that will go a long ways in determining the early rounds of the NFL Draft 2015. Draft Insiders’ will have scouts at all three All-star practices and games. We will have special emails to full subscribers related to rising prospects and breaking news.

January 2015 Newsletter - Special Underclassmen Report - available this week

East-West Shrine Game
St. Petersburg, Fla January 17 - 4 pm ET NFL Network

Rosters - http://www.shrinegame.com/

NFLPA Collegiate Game
Carson, California January 17 - 4 pm ET ESPN2

Rosters - http://collegiate.nflpa.com/

Senior Bowl Week - Practices Jan. 19-23
Game Jan 24 Mobile, Alabama - 4 pm - NFL Network
Rosters - http://www.seniorbowl.com/accepted-invites.php

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe 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.

NFL Draft 2015 - Underclassmen Scoreboard

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Defenders, Shane Ray and Shaq Thompson Declare for NFL Draft
WR Amari Cooper, RB T.J. Yelton & Safety Landon Collins Turn Pro

Underclassmen Scoreboard - NFL Draft 2015 - Updated Friday, 10 pm

The declaration date for underclassmen for the NFL Draft 2015 is Jan. 15th - Players had an additional three days again to decide to either declare or change their minds with the Jan.18th date final. The usual high number of quality running backs, tight ends and wide receivers declared for this class and will have a strong impact on the early rounds. The defensive line will have a big impact from the underclassmen group with four potential top ten prospects. The secondary will also provide a high number of top selections with several blue chip prospects at important positions.

Photo – WR Amari Cooper - Alabama

Currently, over 60 underclassmen have entered the NFL Draft 2015 with linebackers Shane Ray and Shaq Thompson declaring late Wednesday. Both are considered first round prospects. Ray is a classic DE/LB tweener with impact off the edge as a pass rusher. Thompson is the most versatile player in the draft with time on both sides of the ball. Despite his success as a running back, he will earn NFL starting time as a linebacker, most likely a Will backer in 4-3 scheme.

January 2015 Newsletter - available mid month – Extensive Underclassmen Report

The NFL will wait to hear from a number of star players including Oregon prospects, QB Marcus Mariota, DL Arik Armstead and DeForest Buckner after the title game. Mariota is expected to declare and carries a top five grade in April.

Other top underclassmen the NFL is waiting on include USC’s Javoris Allen. Linemen Notre Dame red shirt sophomore OT Ronnie Stanley, LSU OG Vadal Alexander, Michigan State DE Shilique Calhoun, UCLA’s DT Ellis McCarthy, Florida State’s Eddie Goldman and Sheldon Day of Notre Dame would all have an impact on the early rounds.

Defenders, CB Charles Gaines of Louisville and Florida State redshirt sophomore PK Roberto Aquayo are favoring returning to school.

Underclassmen - Pro Prospects Ranked alphabetically by position

Offensive Players - * Third year sophomores
Quarterbacks

Brett Hundley - UCLA
* Jameis Winston - Florida St.

Running Backs
Jay Ajayi - Boise St
Tevin Coleman - Indiana
Mike Davis - South Carolina
Melvin Gordon - Wisconsin
Todd Gurley - Georgia
Duke Johnson - Miami
Matt Jones - Florida
Dee Hart - Colorado St
Josh Robinson - Mississippi St
Trey Williams - Texas A&M
TJ Yeldon - Alabama

Wide Receivers
Nelson Agholor - Southern California
Sammie Coates - Auburn
Amari Cooper - Alabama
Stefon Diggs - Maryland
Lemar Durant - Simon Fraser
Devin Funchess - Michigan
Deontay Greenberry - Houston
* Dorial Green-Beckham - Oklahoma
Chris Harper - Cal
Nigel King - Kansas
Shaq Roland - South Carolina
Jaelen Strong - Arizona St

Tight Ends
Tyler Kroft - Rutgers
Jesse James - Penn St
Jean Sifrin - UMass
* Maxx Williams - Minnesota

Offensive Linemen
La’el Collins - LSU
Ereck Flowers - Miami
DJ Humphries - Florida
Tyler Moore - Florida
Andrus Peat - Stanford
Jeremiah Poutasi - Utah
Donovan Smith - Penn St

Defensive Players
Ends

Deion Barnes - Penn St
Xavier Cooper - Washington St
Mario Edwards - Florida St
Randy Gregory - Nebraska
Dante Fowler - Florida
Eli Harold - Virginia
Danielle Hunter - LSU
Noah Spence - Ohio St
Leonard Williams - Southern California

Tackles
Malcolm Brown - Texas
Chris Covington - RIce
Rakeem Nunez-Roches - Southern Mississippi
* Jordan Phillips - Oklahoma

Linebackers
Kwon Alexander - LSU
Bernardrick McKinney - Mississippi St
Shane Ray - Missouri
Shaq Thompson - Washington
* Max Valles - Virginia

Cornerbacks
Alex Carter - Stanford
Jalen Collins - LSU
Ronald Darby - Florida St
Lorenzo Doss - Tulane
Marcus Peters - Washington
Trae Waynes - Michigan St
P.J. Williams - Florida St

Safeties
Landon Collins - Alabama
Durell Eskridge - Syracuse
Chris Hackett - TCU
* Gerod Holliman - Louisville
Jalen Mills - LSU
James Sample - Louisville

Punter
Bradley Pinion - Clemson

Seminoles' QB Jameis Winston Declares for 2015 NFL Draft

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Florida St QB Jameis Winston will declare for the 2015 NFL Draft

Florida St QB Jameis Winston will declare for the 2015 NFL Draft. From a report from his father Antonor Winston, Jameis will enter the pro ranks and not wait until after the CFP title game to announce his decision.

Photo - QB Jameis Winston - Florida St

Winston is a redshirt sophomore and will forgo his final two seasons of eligibility with the Seminoles.
The 6’4”, 230 lb. Winston is ranked a minimum top-5 pick by DraftInsiders.com and
projects to teams like the Tampa Bay Bucs and Tennessee Titans who hold the top two overall selections.

January 2015 Newsletter - available mid month – Extensive Underclassmen Report
Jan. 15 - Deadline for underclassmen to apply for early entry to NFL Draft
Jan. 18 - Deadline for underclassmen to withdraw application for early entry to NFL Draft

Winston had a 26-1 record as a starter with the lone defeat coming vs Oregon in the national semifinals. He won the 2013 Heisman Trophy and the final 2013 BCS championship. The Seminoles' hopes of a second straight national title were crushed on New Year's Day with a 59-20 loss to Oregon in the Rose Bowl. It was Winston's only defeat in two seasons as the team's starting quarterback.

Winston is also a talented baseball prospect drafted out of high school by the Texas Rangers. Winston said in the immediate aftermath of the Rose Bowl that he was "looking forward to next season and playing baseball" in the spring for the Seminoles. But a declaration for the draft is expected to end his baseball career. Clubs would be highly concerned about a QB prospect not working with coaches and trainers this spring with a focus on the NFL mini camps in May right after the NFL Draft 2015.

Winston will have critical interviews through the NFL Combine, Florida St pro day and individual NFL teams evaluation related to his multiple off the field issues. His maturity issues may be ultimate deciding factor by NFL clubs for any top five overall selection in the upcoming NFL Draft.

All-Star Game Postseason Begins Today

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All-Star Game Schedule 2014-2015

Photo – WR Tre McBride – William & Mary

Euro-American Challenge
Dec 19 - Myrtle Beach - 7 PM
www.playCDFL.com

DIII Senior Classic
Dec 20 - Myrtle Beach - 12:30 PM
www.playCDFL.com

DII vs NAIA Star game
Dec 20 - Myrtle Beach - 4 PM
www.playCDFL.com

FSC Senior Scout Bowl
Dec 20 - Myrtle Beach - 7:30 PM
www.playCDFL.com

College Gridiron Classic
Jan 10 - Arlington, Texas - Noon ET

East-West Shrine
Jan 17 St. Petersburg, Florida - 4 PM NFL Network

Senior Bowl Week - Jan. 19-24
Game Jan 24 Mobile, Alabama

4 PM - NFL Network

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe 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.

Pro Prospect Rankings - NFL Draft 2015 - Defensive Players

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Pro Prospect Rankings - NFL Draft 2015
Late season 2014 Rankings * underclassmen

Photo - DE Shilique Calhoun - Michigan St

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Defensive Prospects
Ends:

1. * Shilique Calhoun - Michigan State - 6-4, 260
2. * Randy Gregory - Nebraska - 6-6, 245
3. * Shawn Oakman - Baylor - 6-8, 275
4. Shane Ray - Missouri - 6-3, 245
5. Trey Flowers - Arkansas - 6-4, 265
6. * Arik Armstead - Oregon - 6-7, 295
7. Lorenzo Mauldin - Louisville - 6-4, 245
8. Nate Orchard - Utah - 6-4, 255
9. * Dante Fowler - Florida - 6-2, 260
10. * Mario Edwards - Florida State - 6-3, 295
11. * Bronson Kaufusi - Brigham Young - 6-7, 265
12. Alvin Dupree - Kentucky - 6-4, 265
13. Hauoli Kikaha - Washington - 6-3, 250
14. Cedric Reed - Texas - 6-6, 270
15. Markus Golden - Missouri - 6-3, 260

Defensive Tackles:
1. * Leonard Williams - Southern California - 6-5, 300
2. Michael Bennett - Ohio State - 6-2, 290
3. Carl Davis - Iowa - 6-5, 315
4. Danny Shelton - Washington - 6-2, 335
5. Tyeler Davison - Fresno State - 6-2, 310
6. * Christian Covington - Rice - 6-3, 295
7. * Ellis McCarthy - UCLA - 6-4, 330
8. Gabe Wright - Auburn - 6-2, 285
9. Leon Orr - Florida - 6-4, 305
10. Luther Maddy - Virginia Tech - 6-0, 295
11. J.T. Surratt - South Carolina - 6-2, 305
12. Brandon Ivory - Alabama - 6-3, 312
13. Xavier Williams - Northern Iowa - 6-3, 310
14. Grady Jarrett - Clemson - 6-1, 295
15. Travis Raciti - San Jose State - 6-5, 290

Outside Linebackers:
1. Vic Beasley - Clemson - 6-2, 235
2. * Shaq Thompson - Washington - 6-2, 230
3. * Noah Spence - Ohio State - 6-3, 250
4. * Benardrick McKinney - Mississippi State - 6-4, 245
5. * Eric Striker - Oklahoma - 6-0, 220
6. Jake Ryan - Michigan - 6-3, 235
7. Zach Hodges - Harvard - 6-3, 235
8. * Jordan Jenkins - Georgia - 6-2, 245
9. Geneo Grissom - Oklahoma - 6-4, 250
10. Tony Washington - Oregon - 6-3, 250
11. J.R. Tavai - Southern California - 6-2, 250
12. Zach Pratt - Rice - 6-2, 240
13. Paul Dawson - TCU - 6-2, 230
14. Dyshawn Davis - Syracuse - 6-2, 220

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe 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.

Pro Prospect Rankings - NFL Draft 2015 - Receivers & Tight Ends

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Pro Prospect Rankings - NFL Draft 2015
Wide Receivers & Tight Ends
Midseason 2014 Rankings * underclassmen

Photo – TE Devin Funchess – Michigan

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Wide Receivers:
1. * Amari Cooper - Alabama - 6-1, 200
2. * Sammie Coates - Auburn - 6-2, 200
3. * Jaelen Strong - Arizona State - 6-4, 215
4. Kevin White - West Virginia - 6-3, 210
5. Ty Montgomery - Stanford -6-2, 215
6. * Dorial Green-Beckham - Oklahoma - 6-5, 225
7. * Stefon Diggs - Maryland - 6-0, 195
8. Josh Harper - Fresno State - 6-1, 185
9. * Nelson Agholor - Southern California - 6-1, 190
10. DeVante Parker - Louisville - 6-3, 210
11. Kasen Williams - Washington - 6-2, 220
12. Rashad Greene - Florida State - 6-0, 180
13.* Deontay Greenberry - Houston - 6-3, 200
14. Titus Davis - Central Michigan - 6-2, 190
15. Justin Hardy - East Carolina - 6-0, 190
16. Dres Anderson - Utah - 6-2, 190
17. Tony Lippett - Michigan State - 6-3, 190
18. Austin Hill - Arizona - 6-2, 210
19. Jamison Crowder - Duke - 5-9, 175
20. Antwan Goodley - Baylor - 5-10, 225
21. Devante Davis - UNLV - 6-3, 210
22. Kenny Bell - Nebraska - 6-1, 185
23. Levi Norwood - Baylor - 6-1, 195
24. Tyler Lockett - Kansas State - 5-11, 175
25. Phillip Dorsett - Miami (Fla.) - 5-10, 185

Tight Ends:
1. * Devin Funchess - Michigan - 6-5, 220
2. Nick O'Leary - Florida State - 6-3, 244
3. Jeff Heuerman - Ohio State - 6-5, 255
4. * Tyler Kroft - Rutgers - 6-5, 240
5. Ben Koyack - Notre Dame - 6-4, 260
6. E.J. Bibbs - Iowa State - 6-3, 260
7. Wes Saxton - South Alabama - 6-4, 235
8. C.J. Uzomah - Auburn - 6-4, 265
9. Jake McGee - Florida - 6-5, 255
10. Rory Anderson - South Carolina - 6-5, 235
11. MyCole Pruitt - Southern Illinois - 6-3, 255
12. Sam Arneson - Wisconsin - 6-4, 255
13. Gabe Holmes - Purdue - 6-5, 255
14. Blake Bell - Oklahoma - 6-6, 260
15. Clive Walford - Miami (Fla.) - 6-4, 265
16. Gerald Christian - Louisville - 6-3, 2457
17. Eric Tomlinson - Texas-El Paso - 6-7, 265
18. Randall Telfer - Southern California - 6-4, 260
19. Nick Boyle - Delaware - 6-5, 270
20. Connor Hamlett - Oregon State - 6-7, 265

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe 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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