NFL Draft Yearbook Scouting Report OT Trevor Penning – Northern Iowa

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 Trevor Penning – Northern Iowa

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Trevor Penning #70 – 6-7, 325 –  Northern Iowa – Sp. 4.90
NFL Comparison: Kolton Miller –  Rating 90
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Tall physical senior has been one of the best left tackles in college, starting all four years at that position with MVC honors his final three seasons. Long athletic frame with long arms and the footwork to develop into a pro left tackle after 33 starts. Earned an invite to the Senior Bowl where he held up very well on the outside, displaying developed skills to handle top edge rushers. Massive agile athlete displays excellent setup in pass pro with natural movement skills to slide and adjust easily to counter moves. His current level of development may allow him to start immediately at tackle. Showed the tenacity in his game to face NFL edge talent. As a pass blocker, displays very good initial quickness, balance, flexibility and patience. Uses his long reach and strong punch to contain early and sustain through the play. He allows the rusher to come to him and rarely over-commits and under control coming out of his stance. Smooth in his kick-slide and lateral agility. He has the ideal physical package for left tackle in the NFL. Trim physique and carries no excess weight. Displays a quick hand punch, but needs to show the ability to recoil. Improved his punch power with experience, though must improve his ability to handle counter moves. When he locks on to edge rushers, he consistently wins. As a drive blocker, he has the ability to move defenders on power plays. Able to make the reach blocks and angle blocks on inside and outside zones. When asked to pull, he shows fairly good quickness and get good fits on the 2nd level. Bends his knees well with leverage to anchor and stop the bull rush, though needs to refine that due to his great length. At times, plays with a thin base and gives ground when his technique falters and rushers can give him trouble when he plays high. Shows flexibility in his kick slide. Very tough blocker with the tenacity to sustain and dominate throughout. Frame, arm length and the footwork to mirror rushers cam earn him an early starting tackle grade. At the Senior Bowl, he performed very well when taking a big step up in competition. At the NFL Combine, he came in at 6’7” and 325 lbs. with 34 1/4” arms and 10 1/8” hands. Ran a 4.89 time with a 1.70 ten-yard split. Did not lift. Added a 28” VL, a 9’3” BJ, a 4.62 shuttle and 7.25 three cone. Very good positional drills with a solid overall performance. Similar to tackles like Kolton Miller with the prototypical skill set for the demanding leftside spot. Older fans will remember former Giants’ Jumbo Elliott as very similar physically and demeanor. Developed left tackle with huge upside potential. Probable mid-1st round pick with starting grade, though needs further strength, conditioning and technique work. Needs to be consistently sound technically to earn a starting position. Complete physical talent to improve further. Top 15 prospect with high ceiling and probable Pro Bowler in time. Nasty NFL ready mauler.
Draft Projection: 1st Round

NFL Draft 2022 – Invitation List – Green Room Prospects

NFL Draft 2022 – Las Vegas Invitation List
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Safety Kyle Hamilton – Notre Dame
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Aidan Hutchinson, Sauce Gardner, Kayvon Thibodeaux, Kyle Hamilton and Malik Willis, among 21 prospects invited and will attend 2022 NFL Draft in Las Vegas.

The NFL released a list of 21 prospects who will attend the 2022 NFL Draft in Las Vegas.

The invited group includes many of the biggest names in the 2022 class, including Michigan edge Aidan Hutchinson,  Oregon edge Kayvon Thibodeaux, Notre Dame safety Kyle Hamilton, Alabama OT Evan Neal, N.C. State OT Ickey Ekwonu, Liberty QB Malik Willis and Ole Miss QB Matt Corral. Defense may dominate the top ten with many blue chip edge rushers expected to hear their name early. In fact, edge defender Aidan Hutchinson is the favorite to be the #1 overall selection by the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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Players In the Green Room for NFL Draft 2022

Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss
Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State
Jordan Davis, DT, Georgia
Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia
Ickey Ekwonu, OT, N.C. State
Sauce Gardner, CB, Cincinnati
Kyler Gordon, CB, Washington
Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame
Aidan Hutchinson, Edge, Michigan
Jermaine Johnson II, Edge, Florida State
Zion Johnson, OL, Boston College
George Karlaftis, Edge, Purdue
Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah
Drake London, WR, USC
Evan Neal, OT, Alabama
Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State
Kayvon Thibodeaux, Edge, Oregon
Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama
Malik Willis, QB, Liberty
Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State
Devonte Wyatt, DT, Georgia


NFL Draft Yearbook Scouting Report – LB Chad Muma – Wyoming

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Linebacker Prospect

Chad Muma #48 – 6-3, 240 – Wyoming –  Sp. 4.60
           NFL Comparison: Logan Wilson                    Rating 82
Physical dependable senior excelled both downhill and between the hash marks in his two-starting seasons for the Cowboys. Back-to-back 1st team MWC performer with over 200 tackles during that period. Aggressive and passionate and plays hard till the whistle. Good teammate and hard worker. Above average quickness and playing speed and displays a burst to consistently close. Good range sideline-to-sideline with sound angles and the ability to get through traffic and scrape. Top athleticism downhill and laterally with the agility and COD to play in space. Developing core strength at his 240 lbs. which he is beginning to use effectively as a huge hitter. Plays behind his pads and rarely on the ground. Strong active hands and has learned to use them in all facets. Potential to develop into a 3-down backer with improvement in coverage ability. Former safety is a quick study in coverage and capable of being an early three down starter. Reliable run-plugger does a plus job of stopping runs before they can turn into positive yardage. Displays good peripheral vision and decisive in his read/react ability. Goes where his eyes tell him. Takes few false steps and trusts his vision and instincts. Shows awareness and technique to slips blocks well. Maintains good balance with the instincts to react which allows him to play fast. Squares himself up to ball carriers to create an impact and make the tackle. Plays within himself and has been a consistent tackler vs a high level of competition and big games. Capable blitzer with the burst to close, though relies more on power than technique. Consistently slips/sheds blockers in space with a combination of technique and power. Sifts well through trash and tough to get off his feet. Struggles vs big interior blockers and prefers to slip with strong hands and quick feet. Able to disengage and stay on his feet. Though not a quick twitch athlete, he will be a starter in time. In pass coverage, he is proficient in zone and short area currently, though needs development in the deeper zones. Potential to cover faster TE’s up the seam, though not ready now. Good lateral range, though can be exploited by fast backs in space when asked to cover too much ground. Also, shows the versatility to play Sam in the 4-3 set. As a senior, he totaled 142 tackles, 9 TFL, 1 PBU, 3 picks and 2 sacks, starting all 13 games. Earned DPOY and 1st team MWC honors. At the NFL Combine, he weighed in at 239 lbs. and 6’3” with 31 5/8” arms and 10” hands. Ran a 4.63 time with 27 reps and had a 40” VL, 10’9” BJ and did a 4.28 shuttle and 7.06 three cone. It was a very good workout. Top AA and play recognition ability and he is able to contribute early and possibly start. Intelligent and heady and understands assignment football while able to carry them out well. Rising savvy backer and top 50-75 prospect with fast development and the intangibles to make an impact as both a starter and special teams’ performer.
                               Draft Projection: 2nd-3rd Round

NFL Draft Yearbook Scouting Report – WR Christian Watson – North Dakota St

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Christian Watson – North Dakota State
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Wide Receiver Prospect

Christian Watson #1 – 6-4, 210 – North Dakota State – Sp. 4.35
            NFL Comparison: CeeDee Lamb                          Rating 88
Fast sure handed senior was the go-to guy for the Bisons over his career. Earned first team honors in 2019. Good lean athletic frame with speed and the running skills to be an impact weapon in the NFL. Speed to get deep regularly on the nine route and developing the nuances as a route-runner to separate from coverage and run the full route tree. Good lean muscle development and adequate functional strength, but could benefit from adding more muscle to his frame. Smooth runner moves in a gliding style, yet showed good elusiveness as a runner after the catch with efficient footwork to create space and break the play. Outstanding hand-eye coordination and able to elevate and high point the ball. Strong hands and usually able to maintain control while taking hits. Natural athlete and polished in many critical aspects of play. With experience, he has learned to run better routes with quicker cuts. Able to maintain concentration on making the catch and separate from defenders. Alert and works his way back to pass. Reading zone coverage better and learning how to find and settle in the soft spots. Adequate as a blocker, but needs hand technique work to improve and sustain.
The Numbers: In 2021, he played in 12 games and had 43 receptions for 801 yards for 18.6 yard average and 7 TDs. At the Senior Bowl, he had a good performance, especially running routes with quick adjustments on the ball. During his career, he caught 105 passes for 2140 yards for a 20.4 average and 14 TDs. At the NFL Combine, he came in just over 6’4” and 208 lbs. Ran a 4.36 time with an exceptional 1.46 ten-yard split time. Added a 38.5”VL and an 11”4”BJ. It was an excellent workout. Similar to CeeDee Lamb in size, speed, body type, AA and development.
The Skinny: Fast athlete with speed to take the lid off a defense. Developing receiver with definite playmaking ability to be a weapon in a few roles both outside and in the slot. Impact in three wideout sets early. Playmaker needs to prove he will go over the middle consistently and must learn the full route tree to be a complete receiver. Fast rising top 50 prospect on my board after the NFL Combine. Probably goes in the early rounds with the strong demand at the position for playmakers. Emerging talent with the tools to continue to improve and be a huge factor in the right situation. Versatile playmaker can provide impact in time and be a difference maker. Incredible ceiling to become an NFL star.
Draft Projection: 1st-2nd Round

NFL Draft Yearbook Scouting Report – TE Trey McBride – Colorado St

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Tight End Prospect

 1 * Trey McBride #85 – 6-3, 245             Colorado State – Sp. 4.55
NFL Comparison: Dallas Clark                     Rating 88

Athletic mobile junior flashed big play talent over his MWC career, earning first team honors in 2021. Two-time MWC honoree and John Mackey 2021 winner. Lined up as both an inline and flex performer over his four starting seasons. Fluid athlete with top athleticism to press the middle of the field and naturally run the seam. Agile and flexible to change directions or go up for the ball. Natural hands catcher with run after the catch ability that is just being tapped into in a number of formations. Fast developing receiver with huge upside as a vertical threat. Solid specimen and easy mover with some growth potential. He has improved significantly as a blocker. Quick athlete with the explosiveness off the line to get into a defender or his routes with the footwork and agility to be a very effective movement blocker with further technique work. Greatest asset is his developed playmaking ability. Early contribution as flex receiver and H-back with the receiving skills to become a difference maker. High grades for top overall development and receiving skills. Savvy route runner with very good instincts to read and adjust to coverage and sit in holes. Able to catch outside the frame with a nice receiving radius and huge hands (10 1/8”). Settles in the soft spots in zones to move the chains. Very dangerous on crossing routes with fine run after the catch ability and speed to break plays. Quick getting off the line and beats the jam to get a clean release. At the breakpoint, he separates well in coverage and creates a consistently reliable target. Tough in the shorter zones on crossing routes, hooks and underneath routes with good hands and the ability to adjust. Runs well and snatches the ball in a crowd. Difficult matchup in single coverage with a developed route tree. As blocker, he is quick on the snap with stocky athletic frame and good hand usage to get a surge at the point of attack. Needs development blocking, including a stronger punch with improved lower body power and footwork. In limited time inline, he graded out high as a blocker, relying more on toughness and athleticism than sound technique and functional strength. As a move blocker, gets into an opponent on 2nd level and shows quickness to sustain. On the move, shows the talent to seal and neutralize with the agility to reach backers, though needs technique and strength work.

The Numbers:   In 2021, he started 12 games and caught 90 passes for 1121 yards and 1 TD. Earned first team MWC and All-American honors. In 2020, he started every game and caught 22 passes for 330 yards, a 15-yard average and 4 TDs, earning 2nd team MWC honors. At the NFL Combine, he checked in at 246 lbs. and just under 6’4” with 32 1/2” arms and 10 1/8” hands. Did not run and did 18 reps in the lifting. Added a 33” VJ and a 9’9” BJ. Looked very good in the positional drills with the agility to adjust to the pass. Similar to former Colts’ Pro Bowler, Dallas Clark in size, play making ability, AA and developed receiving talent. Also, similar to George Kittle in many respects.

The Skinny:  Mobile sure handed prospect with very good athleticism to play in base and multiple sets with highly developed skills and LOD as a receiver. Quality addition with the athletic talent to give an offense an early playmaker. As a receiver, he has upside with soft hands, fine movement skills and good speed to stretch the seam. Versatile and marginal top 40 and rising prospect with the talent to surprise in the right offense. Emerging playmaker with skill set to be ideal for today’s pro-offenses.
Draft Projection: 1st-2nd Round

NFL Draft Yearbook Scouting Report – LB Leo Chenal – Wisconsin

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Leo Chenal #5 – 6-3, 250                                  Wisconsin – Sp. 4.55 
            NFL Comparison: Brian Urlacher                          Rating 90                                                         
Athletic, explosive senior completed an outstanding final season during his only year as a full-time starter. Earned first team Draft Insiders’ All-American and Big Ten honors for a well-rounded performance. Strong angular frame with sideline-to-sideline speed and the power to finish. Highly developed defender with the level to be a three down NFL starter early after playing both inside and outside. Top athlete with good strong frame and fine movement skills to play any position in the 4-3 set and inside in the 3-4. At the Mike position, he can be a playmaker with the ability to fill and beat lineman in matchups and finish. Performed well when asked to cover, blitz and play in space. Keen instincts with the physical skills to respond to reads, beat blocking angles and get to the ball. He can be a devastating and decisive wrap up tackler. When he arrives at the scene, there is seldom any yards after contact by runners. Shows a strong hand punch with the ability to lock out and keep blockers off his body. Displays the ability to jolt runners and very strong when taking on blocks at the point of attack. Able to strike blockers, stack, shed and engage the runner going thru the hole. Displays fine use of leverage and keeps his feet moving. Agile and fast to stay with backs and tight ends in pass coverage. Opens his hips easily to change directions with the burst to matchup in patterns. Improved as pass rusher in 2021 when used in that capacity. Effective as a blitzer, inside or outside and times his move well to finds soft spots in protection. Also has ability as an edge rusher and can line up there in the sub packages, though better suited for inside. Usually diagnoses plays well and takes sound angles in pursuit and has learned to use his aggressiveness well. Very good range, speed and athleticism and uses fine hand technique when scraping laterally. Good body flex helps him with tight pursuit angles. Unlocks hips with the acceleration to close. Rare COD and playing speed for his size with the smooth hips to turn and run-in coverage. Interesting NFL matchup potential with tight ends in the sub packages where his good length, awareness and speed can be very effective. Excels in space where his instincts and movement skills allow him to consistently be in the play. Showed burst as a pass rusher over his final two seasons and has real upside in that role as a pro. Good timing and adept at blitzes, stunts and twists. In 2021, he started 11 games and tallied 114 tackles, 17.5 TFL, 8 sacks, 2 FF, 5 QB hurries, no interceptions or PBU. Earned 1st team Big Ten honors. Over his three-year career, he played in 29 games and tallied 180 tackles, 25.5 TFL, 12 sacks, 3 FF, 1 FR, 1 interception and 14 QB hurries.  At the NFL Combine, he came in at just under 6’3”, 250 lbs. with 31” arms and 9 ¾” hands. Ran a 4.53 time but did not lift. Added a 40.5” VL and 10’8” BJ. At his pro day at Wisconsin, he 34 reps with a 3.94 short shuttle and 6.84 three cone. It completed an amazing postseason which elevated his stock significantly. Athlete with similar skill set and versatility of HOF Mike man Brian Urlacher and capable of filling any backer role in a front. Versatile backer and three down player for all packages. Talent to improve further with his best football in front of him. Displays a great deal of self-confidence with a competitive edge that transcends to the field and teammates. Clubs like the Patriots, Dolphins, Giants and Browns interested in late first/early 2nd round. Emerging impact and big play potential and just touching the surface as a blitz defender. Type to be every down defender early. Fast rising top 40 playmaker and probable surprise 1st round selection. Core starter for a defense and diverse three down defender.
Draft Projection: 1st-2nd Round

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  #     Team                                        Player                Position / School
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1   Jacksonville                            Aidan Hutchinson          DE       Michigan

2   Detroit                                      Ahmad Gardner            CB        Cincinnati

3  Houston                                    Travon  Walker              DE        Georgia

4  NY Jets                                     Derek Stingley                CB        LSU

5  NY Giants                                 Evan Neal                       OT        Alabama

6  Carolina                                     Ikem Ekwonu                OT        North Carolina St

7  NY Giants (Chicago)               Kayvon Thibodeaux      DE       Oregon

8  Atlanta                                       Kenny Pickett                QB       Pittsburgh

9  Seattle (Denver)                       Malik Willis                   QB       Liberty

10  NY Jets (Seattle)                      Kyle Hamilton              S          Notre Dame

11   Washington                               Garrett Wilson             WR       Ohio State

12  Minnesota                                 Jermaine Johnson       DE       Florida State

13  Houston (Cleveland)               Matt Corral                   QB       Mississippi

14  Baltimore                                  Jordan Davis                DT        Georgia

15  Philadelphia (Miami)                Trent McDuffie          CB        Washington

16  New Orleans (Phil-Indy)        Trevor Penning            OT        Northern Iowa

17  LA Chargers                               Chris Olave                  WR       Ohio State

18  Philadelphia (New Orleans)    Drake London             WR       Southern Cal

19  New Orleans (Philadelphia)    Sam Howell                 QB       North Carolina

20  Pittsburgh                                 Charles Cross               OT        Mississippi St

21   New England                            George Karlaftis          DE       Purdue

22  Green Bay (Las Vegas)            Jameson Williams       WR       Alabama

23  Arizona                                      Treylon Burks               WR       Arkansas

24 Dallas                                          Zion Johnson                OG       Boston College

25  Buffalo                                      Andrew Booth               CB        Clemson

26  Tennessee                                Devin Lloyd                   LB        Utah

27  Tampa Bay                              Devonte Wyatt             DT        Georgia

28  Green Bay                                 Kenyon Green              OG       Texas A&M

29  Kansas City (San Fran-Miami)    Arnold Ebiketie     DE       Penn State

30  Kansas City                                   Jahan Dotson            WR       Penn State

31   Cincinnati                                    Bernhard Raimann    OT        C. Michigan

32  Detroit (LA Rams)                     Nakobe Dean               LB        Georgia

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#          Team            W-L    Strength/schedule

1          Jacksonville      3-14      .512 – Ikem Ekwonu                 OT        6-4/320           N. Carolina St

2          Detroit              3-13-1   .528 – Aidan Hutchinson             DE       6-6/260             Michigan

3          Houston            4-13      .498 – Evan Neal                        OT        6-7/350             Alabama

4          NY Jets             4-13      .512 – Ahmad Gardner               CB        6-3/200             Cincinnati

5          NY Giants         4-13      .529 – Kyle Hamilton                  S          6-4/220             Notre Dame

6          Carolina            5-12      .512 – David Ojabo                    DE       6-5/250             Michigan

7          NY Giants (Chicago) 6-11 .524 – Travon Walker              DE        6-5/270             Georgia

8          Atlanta              7-10      .476 – Kayvon Thibodeaux         DE       6-5/255             Oregon

9          Seattle (Denver) 7-10     .484 – Kenny Pickett                  QB       6-3/220             Pittsburgh

10         NY Jets (Seattle) 7-10    .519 – Jermaine Johnson            DE       6-4/265          Florida St

11         Washington       7-10      .529 – Malik Willis                      QB       6-0/220             Liberty

12         Minnesota         8-9        .507 – Derek Stingley                 CB        6-1/195             LSU

13         Cleveland          8-9        .517 – Jordan Davis                   DT        6-6/340             Georgia

14         Baltimore          8-9        .528 – Tyler Linderbaum             C          6-3/290             USC

15        Phil (Miami)       9-8        .464 – Drake London                  WR       6-4/220             USC

16         Philadelphia (Indy) 9-8   .495 – Nakobe Dean                   ILB       5-11/225            Georgia

17         LA Chargers      9-8        .510 – Charles Cross                OT        6-5/310         Mississippi St

18         New Orleans     9-8        .512 – Matt Corral                      QB       6-1/205             Mississippi

19         Philadelphia      9-8        .472 – Trent McDuffie                CB        5-11/195            Washington

20         Pittsburgh         9-7-1     .521 – Trevor Penning              OT       6-7/320         Northern Iowa

21         New England    10-7      .481- George Karlaftis                DE       6-4/270             Purdue

22         Las Vegas        10-7      .510 – Andrew Booth                  CB        6-0/195             Clemson

23         Arizona             11-6      .490 – Garrett Wilson                 WR       6-0/190             Ohio St

24         Dallas               12-5      .491 – Devonte Wyatt                 DT        6-3/310             Georgia

25         Buffalo             11-6      .472 – Treylon Burks                  WR       6-2/225             Arkansas

26         Tennessee        12-5      .472 – Christian Harris                ILB       6-1/225             Alabama

27         Tampa Bay       13-4      .460 – Zion Johnson                 OG       6-3/315          Boston College

28         Green Bay        13-4      .479 – Chris Olave                     WR       6-0/190             Ohio St

29         Miami (San Fran) 10-7   .500 – Bernhard Raimann       OT        6-6/305       C. Michigan

30         Kansas City      12-5      .538 – Devin Lloyd                     ILB       6-3/235             Utah

31         Cincinnati          10-7      .472 – Kenyon Green                 OG       6-4/325             Texas A&M

32         Detroit (LA Rams) 12-5  .483 – Jameson Williams          WR       6-1/180          Alabama


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Rising Defensive Prospects

Jordan Davis, Georgia
Jeffrey Gunter, Coastal Carolina
Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan
Jermaine Johnson II, Florida State
Travis Jones, Connecticut
George Karlaftis, Purdue
Boye Mafe, Minnesota
David Ojabo, Michigan
Dominique Robinson, Miami (Ohio)
Travon Walker, Georgia
Sam Williams, Mississippi
Perrion Winfrey, Oklahoma
Devonte Wyatt, Georgia

Troy Andersen, Montana State
Leo Chenal, Wisconsin
D’Marco Jackson, Appalachian State
Malcolm Rodriguez, Oklahoma State
Channing Tindall, Georgia
Quay Walker, Georgia

Defensive Backs
Tycen Anderson, Toledo
Jalyn Armour-Davis, Alabama
Kalon Barnes, Baylor
Markquese Bell, Florida A&M
Lewis Cine, Georgia
Nick Cross, Maryland
Dax Hill, Michigan
Derion Kendrick, Georgia
Damarri Mathis, Pittsburgh
Zyon McCollum, Sam Houston State
Roger McCreary, Auburn
Trent McDuffie, Washington
Jalen Pitre, Baylor
Alontae Taylor, Tennessee
Cam Taylor-Britt, Nebraska
Isaac Taylor-Stuart, USC
JT Woods, Baylor
Tariq Woolen, UTSA

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Sam Howell, North Carolina
Cole Kelley, Southeastern Louisiana
Kenny Pickett, Pittsburgh
Desmond Ridder, Cincinnati
Malik Willis, Liberty

Running Backs
Tyler Goodson, Iowa
Breece Hall, Iowa State
Pierre Strong, South Dakota State
Kenny Walker III, Michigan State

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Wide Receivers
Kevin Austin Jr., Notre Dame
Danny Gray, SMU
Bo Melton, Rutgers
Alec Pierce, Cincinnati
Skyy Moore, Western Michigan
Chris Olave, Ohio State
Christian Watson, North Dakota State

Tight Ends
Greg Dulcich, UCLA
Trey McBride, Colorado State
Teagan Quitoriano, Oregon State
Jelani Woods, Virginia

Offensive Linemen
Kellen Diesch, Arizona State
Ickey Ekwonu, N.C. State
Luke Fortner, Kentucky
Luke Goedeke, Central Michigan
Ed Ingram, LSU
Zion Johnson, Boston College
Braxton Jones, Southern Utah
Cam Jurgens, Nebraska
Abraham Lucas, Washington State
Dylan Parham, Memphis
Trevor Penning, Northern Iowa
Bernhard Raimann, Central Michigan
Sean Rhyan, UCLA
Tyler Smith, Tulsa
Cole Strange, Tennessee-Chattanooga