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Stanford Guard David DeCastro Heads Interior Line Class - Yearbook 2012 Player Scouting Report

David DeCastro Heads Interior Line Class
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Photo – OL David DeCastro - Stanford

1. David DeCastro #52 - 6’5” 315 lbs. - Stanford - Sp. 5.30 - Rating 91 Hindu Theory: Steve Hutchinson
Physical aggressive junior guard has started all 39 games, earning Pac 12 first team honors later in his career. David is a hard-nosed physical blocker who started inside, grading out very high in all aspects of play that should earn him a mid first round selection in April. He is an aggressive blocker who combines fine athleticism, sound technique, very good functional strength and the toughness the position demands. He is a powerfully built guard with well-developed agility and footwork to carry out all the assignments. He plays with very sound leverage and shows a strong leg drive and a forceful hand punch to grade out high consistently. He has adequate arm length that allows him to get into a defender quickly and steer him out of the hole. He displays the tenacity and aggressiveness to win vs pro caliber defenders and uses his fine technique to play with leverage. He is a relentless player who goes hard from snap to whistle the entire game. His strong leg drive creates consistent movement blocking at the POA where he can direct, wall off and sustain well inline with the ability to be effective on short pulls. He is cut in the mold of a tough aggressive NFL guard very much like Steve Hutchinson who has gone on to have a Pro Bowl career. He has the nasty demeanor that scouts seek in a starting lineman and the footwork and functional strength to carry out all the assignments. He comes out of his stance quickly with sound positioning and a fast strong hand punch that gains early control by jarring a defender. He is a physical blocker who locks on with strong hands and moves his feet to control a defender with the ability to finish well. He is very quick and efficient when pulling with the ability to adjust and get good fits when blocking on the 2nd level. As a pass blocker, he slides easily with the ability to mirror and adjust to secondary rush moves. He anchors well vs the bull rush with top functional strength and agility to sustain his blocks well. He works hard to finish and shows the nasty demeanor of an early starting NFL guard. At times, he can play high with a narrow base that negates his power and slips off blocks. He needs to play technically sound and within himself to be highly effective. As a drive blocker, he is a tough physical competitor that gets into his blocks quickly, relying on his strong hands to control a defender and good leg drive to get movement. He has good functional strength to handle the big 300 lb.+ tackles he will face weekly with the ability to flip his hips and seal with good power to finish each block. He shows the ability to pick up stunts and blitzes quickly. At the NFL Combine, he came in at just under 6’5” and 316 lbs. with 32 3/4” arm length. He ran a 5.32 time with 34 reps and did a 29.5” VL and an 8’2” BJ. He had very impressive agility and positional drills. Over his career, he graded out very well vs top competition with the ability to learn quickly and adjust to game type situations. He has the look of a very likely rookie starting guard in the right setting. Physical durable blue-collar lineman with fine AA and very good technique and fine intangibles. Blue chip guard with the skill set and intangibles to start as a rookie. Talented highly developed prospect with definite top 12-15 value and future Pro Bowl guard who will get strong consideration by Chiefs and Cowboys.
Draft Projection: 1st Round

DT Fletcher Cox #1 Prospect in Talented Defensive Line Class

DT Fletcher Cox – Draft Insiders’ Scouting Report - NFL Draft 2012 Yearbook

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Photo - DT Fletcher Cox - Mississippi St.

Our top rated defensive linemen this year is Fletcher Cox of Mississippi St. in an outstanding tackle group. Cox has been our #1 tackle for the three technique position and the #1 end for the five technique spot since the day he declared in January 2012. There has been no movement at the top of the defensive line here with Cox remaining our #1 blue chip prospect at two critical positions for both NFL front lines. He fits all 32 NFL defensive fronts and is a top 10 value here who probably is selected in the top 15 overall choices.

DT Fletcher Cox – Draft Insiders’ Yearbook Scouting Report - NFL Draft 2012

1. Fletcher Cox #94 - 6’4” 300 lbs. - Mississippi St. - Sp. 4.8 - Rating 93
Hindu Theory: Darnell Dockett

Explosive junior tackle completed an outstanding career that earned him SEC honors his final two seasons. Fletcher was instrumental in the Bulldogs tough defense that ranked high in the SEC, a conference that features many of the nation’s best defensive prospects. He was a dominant performer who elevated every other defender’s play up a level and did this despite facing regular double team blocking. He had a short three year stay in the SEC with improvement annually especially his final performance. He is a big athlete with fine overall size and great arm length that gives him a nice advantage on the interior. He displayed dominant talent last fall with rare explosiveness on the snap and the power to finish. He is a tough quick tackle who has been a force in the middle, displaying an explosive burst to gain a huge advantage which required double team blocking regularly over his late career. He is an athletic defender who has played both tackle and end as a collegian and projects to both the tackle spot in the 4-3 set and the five technique end spot in a three man front. He can move around to present favorable mismatches along the line with an equally high level of play. Though he lined up inside mainly at tackle in a four man front, the experience at different positions helped develop him into the most versatile lineman in this class. Though, he is not a good fit for the nose tackle spot, he has developed all the other techniques especially best suited for the inside three technique position. He has a big athletic angular body with rare quickness, functional strength and footwork that enables him to be a force as a pass rusher and a run support defender. Late in his career, he displayed consistent big play ability that changed games and finished with 25 TFL and 9 sacks despite double-teaming regularly. He made fast improvement in his technique in general and his hand usage by facing special attention weekly on the inside. He is a natural three-technique tackle who has a thick and powerful frame with top playing strength and great explosive quickness to be very disruptive in the tackle box and push the pocket. He has a very good motor and has shown advanced technique especially strong hands that allowed him to use his talent the fullest. He has a developed strong hand punch that strikes blockers and allows him to counter with a combination of quickness and power to maintain an advantage. He shows consistency with his punch and counters quickly with power to win late on the down. He has outstanding quickness to shoot gaps with the closing burst of speed to make impact plays in the backfield. He has good range and can flatten down the line and make plays at the sidelines. He stacks, sheds and quickly locates the ball with incredible short area speed to finish and make big plays. He shows top functional strength, flexibility and stoutness at the POA with sound leverage. As a junior, he made 12 starts and posted 56 tackles with 14.5 TFL, 5 sacks, 1 FR and 1 FF while earning 1st team SEC honors. As a sophomore, he made 29 tackles with 6.5 TFL and 2.5 sacks while starting 11 of 12 games. At the NFL Combine, he came in at 6’4” 298 lbs. and 34.5” arms. He ran a super 4.79 time with 30 reps, 26” VL and 8’7” BJ and good agility drills of 4.53 short shuttle and 7.07 three cone. He is similar to Darnell Dockett in size, AA and versatility, in addition to their rare combination of quickness and power. He is at a similar LOD to that Pro Bowl defender at the same stage, though he has more upside potential. He responded with a big final season that established him as a blue chip NFL prospect. This is a unique defender who is capable of being a difference maker with early impact ability on either front line. Athletic tackle with the skill set to become a rookie starter after being battle tested in the tough SEC where he showed dominant talent vs NFL caliber linemen. Top 10 value with mid round prospect overall. The most NFL ready defensive linemen in this class and capable of being an immediate impact starter. Clubs like the Dolphins, Bengals and Seahawks are highly interested in the top half of 1st round. Athletic defender with impact ability and future Pro Bowl regular.
Draft Projection: 1st Round - Top 15 Pick

QB Robert Griffin III – Draft Insiders’ Yearbook Scouting Report

Robert Griffin III – Draft Insiders’ Yearbook Scouting Report

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Robert Griffin III #10 - 6’2” 220 lbs. - Baylor - Sp. 4.45 Rating 91
Hindu Theory - Donovan McNabb

Athletic slick throwing junior passer completed an incredible season for the Bears, leading them to national recognition during a Heisman Trophy winning year. Robert is an elite athlete who shined at the NFL Combine displaying top athleticism for the position. Over his short career, he improved significantly each season, combining smarts, intangibles with the athleticism to be a top flight NFL starter. He had an amazing 2011 performance where he won virtually every major award that influenced his decision to turn pro. As a prospect, he made fast progress and overall developmental while starting every game the past two years since an ACL injury ended his 2009 season early. He has the elite package scouts seek in a top flight pro prospect – strong arm, fast, smart and tough. He really looks the part as an NFL starting QB, instinctive, strong arm, incredible scrambling ability and the great fire to succeed. He is capable of making all the throws and standing tall in the pocket. He has improved his accuracy, decision-making and command of the offense with playing experience that raised his level of play annually. He can drive the ball down the field when given the proper time in the pocket. His QB efficiency ranked among the nation’s best the past two years. He has improved on his passing accuracy that gets the ball into tight windows where playing experience. His mobility is amazing and allowed him to make big plays both in and outside the pocket. He is a rare scrambler with excellent foot speed and lateral quickness that combined with keen instincts and vision allows him to make big plays. As a runner, he has the cutting skills of a scatback and shows great vision and decision making. He knows where the chains are and when to get out of bounds. He throws well on the move where his accuracy remains high. He has the physical package to become an early potential pro starter, though he still needs to refine his overall game in all areas of play. He has a lean frame and needs to add muscle to hold up vs the NFL type pass rushers he will face weekly. He shows the strength to fight off defensive linemen regularly and make a big play out of a broken play and he did it often over the course of a game. He will warrant an early 1st round selection off rare athleticism and intangibles, though his lack of experience on the finer points leaves concerns about his overall readiness for the NFL. He is coming off an excellent junior season when he matured in all areas especially showing the intangibles to lead an offense and handle pressure in championship caliber games. He must learn to hang in the pocket and go through his progressions quicker to continue to make the big throw when under heavy pressure. He sits in the pocket often while under a pass rush and retains his poise well to give his receivers time to make their moves in coverage. At times, he relies on his incredible scrambling ability too early on the play which limits his development to pick up secondary receivers that is a must to be a successful NFL starter. As a passer, he has a three quarters delivery and good footwork for a quick setup that allows him to deliver the ball with accuracy and timing. He is very adept throwing the deep ball where he combines touch, accuracy and velocity very well. He is still a young passer who needs work on overall defense recognition and decision-making. He needs to learn to look off the free safety more consistently and eliminate turnovers. He must learn to look for secondary receivers with more patience in the pocket. At times, he forces too many passes into heavy coverage, attempting to do too much or misreading coverage. He has a good arm to make all the throws, though he needs work on his intermediate throws where his accuracy and timing needs development. He has a compact delivery and is able to release the ball quickly. His overall accuracy is excellent which allows receivers to make plays after the reception.
The Numbers: As a junior, he threw for 4293 yards with 291 completions of 402 attempts for 37 TD passes and just 6 picks. He completed 72% of his passes, significant improvement over his earlier career. He rarely made mistakes when throwing on the move. As a sophomore, he threw for 3501 yards with 304 completions of 454 attempts for 22 TD passes and 8 picks. He completed 67% of his passes. At the NFL Combine, he came in at over 6’2” and 223 lbs. He ran 4.41 and 4.44 times with a blazing 1.52 ten year split time. He added a fine 39” VL and 10’ BJ. At his Baylor pro day, he threw the ball very well and ran through his drills nicely displaying a fine arm and great mobility. He is similar to former top prospect Donovan McNabb in size, AA and upside potential.
The Skinny: Fast developing young QB with all the physical and mental talent to become a premier NFL passer in time. Scouts rave about his athletic ability, leadership and character. He will command a top two selection with the Redskins paying a huge ransom for the 2nd overall pick. He is the type that needs to be in a setting where he can compete for the starting job early and get comfortable in a system. He still needs development both physically and mentally to hold up to the rigors of the NFL. Top flight NFL starter with the skills to really benefit from the tutelage of HC Mike Shanahan. Excellent talent with the complete skill set to become the face of a franchise.
Draft Projection: 1st Round - Top Two selection

'Pro Days' 2012 - Final Weeks - Luck & Griffin Throw This Week

College 'Pro Days' Schedule - Stanford, Baylor and LSU Head Late Workouts

The final pro days for the NFL Draft 2012 will take part over the next two weeks with several critical workouts that will have huge impact on the early rounds. The top two prospects, QBs Andrew Luck of Stanford and Robert Griffin III of Baylor will throw this week at their schools pro day. Both will primarily throw for scouts that will complete their postseason. They will almost assuredly be the top two overall selections by the Colts and Redskins.

We will have scouts at several local Pro Days, Rutgers and Monmouth U with reports in Draft Insiders' 2012 Yearbook - out in late March

Photo - QB Andrew Luck - Stanford

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College Pro Day Schedule

March 19: LSU, Iowa, Rice, Arizona, Florida Atlantic, Southern, Wake Forest
Appalachian St., Montana St.
March 20: Monmouth U, Brown, Fresno State, Idaho, Iowa State, Louisiana-Lafayette, North Carolina, North Carolina A&T, South Florida, Texas, Tulane
March 21: Baylor, Boston College, Nevada, North Carolina State, Houston, North Dakota State, Rutgers, San Diego State, San Jose State
March 22: Stanford, Boise State, East Carolina, Maine, Memphis, Middle Tennessee State, South Dakota, South Dakota State, Tennessee-Chattanooga
March 23: Jackson State, Missouri Western, N.C. Central, Southern Mississippi, Vanderbilt
March 27: Arkansas State, Coastal Carolina, Merrimack, Stephen F. Austin, Washburn
March 28: South Carolina, Central Florida, UConn, Northern Iowa, Pennsylvania, South Carolina St.
March 29: Brigham Young, Georgia Southern
April 3 : Notre Dame, Abilene Christian, Stonybrook
April 4: SMU
April 6: McNeese St

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 18 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 is also a player consultant for Player Agents for the NFL Draft and veteran Free Agency. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College and NFL Football especially during the postseason team and All-tar Bowl time.

Griffin, Hill, Cox & Poe Have Huge NFL Combine Workouts

NFL Combine 2012 – Winners and Losers
Griffin, Hill, Cox and Poe Have Huge Workout Performances

NFL Combine 2012 - Feb. 22-28, 2012 - Lucas Stadium, Indianapolis, In

Photo - DT Fletcher Cox - Miss St.

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NFL Combine 2012 Workout
QB * Robert Griffin III of Baylor ran in the low 4.40s and interviewed very well. He elevated his stock and probably goes off the board #2 overall with a good Pro Day throwing the ball. QB * Andrew Luck of Stanford had a strong performance, showing fine athleticism and football smarts to compete for early NFL playing time. RB Doug Martin of Boise St had a very good showing and is a complete back who will push for immediate pro playing time. RB *Lamar Miller of Miami ran in the low 4.40s and caught the ball well. He helped his cause nicely. RB David Wilson of Virginia Tech tested off the charts in most drills and helped his cause as expected. WR * Stephen Hill of Georgia Tech had an outstanding effort that included a sub 4.40 time and over a 11’ broad jump and just under 40” vertical leap. Scouts will do extensive work on him going into his Pro Day. WR Chris Owusu of Stanford ran well and helped himself. At interviews he stated he is still interested in football despite multiple concussions.

OT *Matt Kalil of Southern Cal and OG * David DeCastro of Stanford were both impressive and solidified their #1 selection. Both are NFL ready and will be off the board early in the first round. OG Amini Silatolu of Midwestern St (Tx) had a strong week that a small college lineman needs to show his level of development. He combines quickness and power and grades out a starting interior lineman.

DT * Fletcher Cox of Mississippi St had a big performance and helped his stock significantly. He has a great combination of power and quickness with the versatility to play in either front. DT * Dontari Poe of Memphis was simply awesome at 346 lbs. and running a sub 5.0 time. Cox and Poe head an outstanding defensive tackle class that will highlight the NFL Draft 2012. LB Mychal Kendricks of California displayed top athleticism with speed, quickness and strength. He is smaller than the prototypical backer and needed the effort. Two junior cornerbacks Josh Robinson of Central Florida and Stephon Gilmore of South Carolina ran very well. Robinson was a little known corner who tests better than he plays. Gilmore is a fine athlete with speed and size and could warrant a late #1 pick off the strong performance.

Two receivers that fell significantly were junior Mohamed Sanu of Rutgers and senior Kendall Wright of Baylor. Both ran poorly. Sanu ran over a 4.65 time. He is not a burner, though he was expected to hit at least the mid 4.55 time area. His March 21st Pro Day at Rutgers is huge for him to establish himself as a Day two prospect. Wright was overhyped on TV as a possible sub 4.40 sprinter. Nonsense. He is probably a sub 4.50 and will probably prove it at the Baylor workout. He is a legitimate vertical threat but putting him in elite class is bad scouting. TE * Dwayne Allen of Clemson ran in the 4.90 time area that makes his Pro Day vital for him to earn a top 100 selection.

LB * Vontaze Burfict of Arizona St continues his descent that has developed over the 2011 season that culminated with a bowl game suspension. He ran poorly and looked average in drills. His stock is in a free fall that only a strong Pro Day corrects. Junior CB Cliff Harris of Oregon is another athlete who came up very short of expectations. His final season suspension was a red flag and a poor performance in Indy leaves huge questions about his pro playing career.

Winners
QB * Robert Griffin III - Baylor
QB * Andrew Luck - Stanford
RB Doug Martin - Boise St
RB *Lamar Miller - Miami
RB David Wilson - Virginia Tech
RB * Ronnie Hillman - San Diego St.
RB Chris Rainey - Florida
WR * Stephen Hill - Georgia Tech
WR Chris Owusu - Stanford
OT *Matt Kalil - Southern Cal
OG * David DeCastro - Stanford
OG * Adam Gettis - Iowa
OG Amini Silatolu - Midwestern St (Tx)
DT * Fletcher Cox - Mississippi St
DT * Dontari Poe - Memphis
LB Mychal Kendricks - California
LB Bruce Irvin - West Virginia
CB * Josh Robinson - Central Florida
CB * Stephon Gilmore - South Carolina
CB Dwight Bentley - Louisiana-Lafayette

Losers
WR * Mohamed Sanu - Rutgers
WR Kendall Wright - Baylor
TE * Dwayne Allen - Clemson
OL Markus Zusevics - Iowa
LB * Vontaze Burfict - Arizona St
LB Travis Lewis - Oklahoma
CB Josh Norman - Coastal Carolina
CB * Cliff Harris - Oregon
CB Leonard Johnson - Iowa St

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 18 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 is also a player consultant for Player Agents for the NFL Draft and veteran Free Agency. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College and NFL Football especially during the postseason team and All-tar Bowl time.

QB Robert Griffin III Highlights NFL Combine Workout

NFL Combine 2012 Workouts

The NFL Combine 2012 is completing workout drills Monday/ Tuesday for over 300 athletes at the week long event.

Photo - QB Robert Griffin III - Baylor

The NFL Combine process should establish what you should already know on 80-90% of the athletes after a long scouting resume begun on prospects as underclassmen. The Combine must verify those facts and which players fail to show the skill sets necessary to make the jump to the pro game. The 10-20% variance on performance is the work that leaves NFL clubs with quick homework on prospects who either over or under performed from their norm. That’s what makes the NFL Draft process what it is.

March Newsletter will have an extensive NFL Combine and Veteran Free Agency Reports plus updated Mock Draft

NFL Combine 2012 - Player Performances

Baylor QB Robert Griffin had an outstanding NFL Combine performance that probably guaranteed a top 2-3 selection this April. Griffin ran an excellent 4.41 time in the 40-yard sprint and also posted a 10’ broad jump and a 39” vertical jump. He was impressive in interviews and a kid with the athletic and mental talent to become a highly rated NFL passer.

He may not pass blue chip passer Andrew Luck in the draft process, but will probably cause much discussion among top five clubs with a trade highly probable in the top three selections. Luck had a good workout that included a 4.67 time with a 36” vertical leap that duplicated Cam Newton’s performance at the NFL Combine 2011. Neither Luck or Griffin threw at the event and will wait until their Pro Days in late March.

DT Dontari Poe of Memphis had an excellent workout. He was time in the 4.98 time and did 44 reps in the lifting after weighting in at 346 lbs. at just under 6’5” He did an amazing 1.70 time in the ten year split and also did a 29.5” VL and 8’9” BJ which is incredible for the size. He is a kid who solidified a top 25 selection with many clubs back tracking on the redshirt junior from Conference USA. Poe fits both fronts and is a fast rising prospect. DT Kendall Reyes of UConn had an outstanding performance that included a 4.95 time with 36 reps, 34.5” vertical leap and 9’5” broad jump. DE/LB Melvin Ingram of South Carolina had a strong workout and is one of the more diverse defenders in years. He ran a 4.79 time at 264 lbs. and under 6’2”. He had a 34.5” VL and 9’7” BJ with reps in the lifting. The 3-4 defensive clubs are working overtime on this prospect. This is a kid who can play both up and down and gives a DC a unique athlete to create different pre snap fronts to give a defense a huge advantage.

Top 64 Pro Prospects For The NFL Draft 2012

Top 64 Pro Prospects - NFL Draft 2012

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Photo - DT Michael Brockers - LSU

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Top 64 Pro Prospects - NFL Draft 2012
February, 2012 Rankings
Pre-NFL Combine - * Declared Underclassmen

Pro Prospect - Pos - School
1 * Andrew Luck - QB - Stanford
2 * Matt Kalil - OT - Southern Cal
3 * Justin Blackmon - WR - Oklahoma St
4 * Morris Claiborne - CB - LSU
5 * Robert Griffin - QB - Baylor
6 * Riley Reiff - OT - Iowa
7 Michael Floyd - WR - Notre Dame
8 * Trent Richardson - RB - Alabama
9 * Jonathan Martin - OT - Stanford
10 * Luke Kuechly - LB - Boston College
11 Quinton Coples - DE - North Carolina
12 Devon Still - DT - Penn St
13 * Nick Perry - DE - Southern Cal
14 Courtney Upshaw - LB - Alabama
15 Mark Barron - S - Alabama
16 Alfonzo Dennard - CB - Nebraska
17 * Alshon Jeffery - WR - South Carolina
18 * Dre Kirkpatrick - CB - Alabama
19 * Vontaze Burfict - LB - Arizona St
20 * Michael Brockers - DT - LSU
21 Janoris Jenkins - CB - North Alabama
22 * David DeCastro - OG - Stanford
23 Melvin Ingram - DE - South Carolina
24 * Jerel Worthy - DT - Michigan St
25 * Dont'a Hightower - LB - Alabama
26 * Fletcher Cox - DT - Mississippi St
27 Mike Adams - OT - Ohio St
28 * Peter Konz - OL - Wisconsin
29 Zach Brown - LB - North Carolina
30 * Stephon Gilmore - CB - South Carolina
31 Cordy Glenn - OL - Georgia
32 Chase Minnifield - CB – Virginia
33 Kendall Wright - WR - Baylor
34 * Dontari Poe - DT - Memphis
35 * Lamar Miller - RB - Miami (Fl)
36 * Whitney Merilus - DE - Illinois
37 Jared Crick - DT - Nebraska
38 Brandon Boykin - CB - Georgia
39 Brandon Thompson - DT - Clemson
40 Zebrie Sanders - OT - Florida St
41 Billy Winn - DT - Boise St
42 * Rueben Randle - WR - LSU
43 * LaMichael James - RB - Oregon
44 * Mohamed Sanu - WR - Rutgers
45 Coby Fleener - TE - Stanford
46 Ryan Tannehill - QB - Texas A&M
47 Markelle Martin - S - Oklahoma St
48 Andre Branch - DE - Clemson
49 Shaun Prater - CB - Iowa
50 * Dwayne Allen - TE - Clemson
51 * David Wilson - RB - Virginia Tech
52 Leonard Johnson - CB - Iowa St
53 * Chris Polk - RB - Washington
54 Vinny Curry - DE - Marshall
55 * Jayron Hosley - CB - Virginia Tech
56 Dwight Jones - WR - North Carolina
57 * Ronnell Lewis - LB - Oklahoma
58 Joe Adams - WR - Arkansas
59 * Orson Charles - TE - Georgia
60 Nick Toon - WR - Wisconsin
61 Doug Martin - RB - Boise St
62 * Jonathan Massaquoi - LB - Troy
63 * Bobbie Massie - OT - Mississippi
64 Lavonte David - LB - Nebraska

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 18 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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