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  1. #61
    WR Mike Williams 6'3 225 lbs. Clemson

    Bio
    http://www.clemsontigers.com/ViewArt...CLID=206288971

    Dare to Compare: NFL comp for Clemson WR Mike Williams
    NFL comp: Plaxico Burress
    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...-mike-williams

    “You must learn how to hold a team together. You must lift some men up, calm others down, until finally they’ve got one heartbeat. Then you’ve got yourself a team.” Bear Bryant

  2. #62
    WR Corey Davis 6'3 205 lbs Western Michigan

    Bio
    http://www.wmubroncos.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=3896


    Western Michigan's Corey Davis, a first-round prospect, pulls out of Senior Bowl
    Davis racked up an NCAA-record 5,278 receiving yards in his college career, and led the nation with 19 touchdowns for the 13-1 Broncos this past season. And at 6-foot-3 and 213 pounds, he's expected to be one of the top wideout prospects in this year's draft.
    http://www.mlive.com/lions/index.ssf...rey_davis.html


    “You must learn how to hold a team together. You must lift some men up, calm others down, until finally they’ve got one heartbeat. Then you’ve got yourself a team.” Bear Bryant

  3. #63
    WR Cooper Kupp 6'2 205 lbs. Western Michigan

    Bio
    http://goeags.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=3747


    Meet Cooper Kupp: The best college football player you’ve never heard of
    http://www.foxsports.com/college-foo...-season-082316

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWzrigiosfA

    Last edited by Duane; 02-02-2017 at 07:31 PM.
    “You must learn how to hold a team together. You must lift some men up, calm others down, until finally they’ve got one heartbeat. Then you’ve got yourself a team.” Bear Bryant

  4. #64
    WR Travin Dural 6'2 207 lbs. LSU

    Bio
    http://www.lsusports.net/ViewArticle...CLID=205371930

    LSU WR Travin Dural out for the season with torn hamstring
    http://www.nola.com/lsu/index.ssf/20...hamstring.html

    “You must learn how to hold a team together. You must lift some men up, calm others down, until finally they’ve got one heartbeat. Then you’ve got yourself a team.” Bear Bryant

  5. #65
    Have to add this guy before I forget for 2018 draft.

    WR Simmie Cobb Jr. 6'4 224 lbs. Indiana Missed 2016 season with ankle injury

    Bio
    2016 (Junior): Suffered a season-ending injury in the Ball State win, his lone appearance ... member of the Maxwell Award and Biletnikoff Award Watch Lists.

    2015 (Sop****re): Made 60 receptions (8th in the Big Ten) for 1,035 yards (3rd) and four touchdowns ... became the sixth Hoosier with a 1,000-yard season and ranks sixth all-time ... averaged 79.6 yards (3rd in the Big Ten), 4.6 receptions per game (9th) and 17.2 yards per catch (3rd) ... led the Hoosiers in receptions, yards, yards per game, catches per game and yards per grab* ... posted four 100-yard games, which shared third in the conference ... in league games only, he finished first with 18.1 yards per catch, second with 670 yards and 83.8 per game, and tied for ninth with 37 receptions and 4.6 per game ... started all 13 games ... led the team in catches five times (twice with game-high honors) and yardage six times (thrice) ... recorded six games with five-or-more receptions, six games with 80-or-more yards and 10 games with 50-or-more yards ... posted 20 20-yard grabs, 11 30-yarders, four 40-yarders and a career-long 55-yarder ... set career-highs with nine catches for 192 yards in the win at Maryland ... the 192 yards were the second-most in the Big Ten and are the ninth-most in IU history ... added 121 yards with six receptions and the 55-yarder in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl vs. Duke ... caught five balls for 107 yards and a 37-yard TD at No. 7 Michigan State ... pulled in seven passes for 107 yards the previous weekend against Rutgers ... added five catches for 84 yards and one score in the Old Oaken Bucket victory at Purdue ... hauled in four grabs for 86 yards against No. 15 Michigan ... in the win at Wake Forest, corralled seven receptions for 75 yards and one touchdown ... three-time IU offensive player of the week (Rutgers, Michigan and Maryland).
    http://iuhoosiers.com/roster.aspx?rp...&path=football

    Last edited by Duane; 02-07-2017 at 08:24 PM.
    “You must learn how to hold a team together. You must lift some men up, calm others down, until finally they’ve got one heartbeat. Then you’ve got yourself a team.” Bear Bryant

  6. #66
    RB/WR Curtis Samuel 5'11 197 lbs. Ohio State

    OK here is another guy I have went back and watched some more on and the more I read and watch the more I like him.
    How many of us would love to have a Percy Harvin type player on the roster. Well that was also Philly Brown to. See that kills me about Shula and Rivera. The ground and pound game is ok. Being balanced is ok. You got to have that quick strike and that kill attitude to win. That is something we lack.

    I have now re-mocked my 2017 draft and taking RB Curtis Samuels at #40 and WR Mike Williams #8

    Bio
    2016 Season (Junior): First Team All-America by the Associated Press and The Sporting News ... Second Team selction by the FWAA and Fox Sports ... was a finalist for the Chicago Tribune’s Silver Football award ... first team All-Big Ten conference receiver ... ranked second in the Big Ten in receptions (65), yards (822) and receiving touchdowns (7) ... has 704 rushing yards and 7 additional touchdowns and is the only player in the nation with at least 700 rushing and 700 receiving yards ... leads the Buckeys with 1,546 all-purpose yards, ranking first in the Big Ten with 128.8 ypg ... team-high 17 plays of 20 or more yards ... leads the team with 15 total TDs, eight rushing, seven receiving ...
    http://www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/spo...el_883344.html

    Ohio State's Curtis Samuel Is Urban Meyer's New Next Percy Harvin

    It's a phrase that's been thrown around—almost recklessly—ever since Urban Meyer arrived at Ohio State in 2012. Otherwise known as the "H-back" or "Pivot" position in Meyer's spread offense, it's a spot that was made famous by Harvin during Meyer's time in Gainesville, where the wide receiver/running back played a prominent role in Florida's national championships in 2006 and 2008.

    Originally, it was supposed to be Corey "Philly" Brown, but the now-Carolina Panther proved to be much more of a receiver than he was a viable ball-carrier on a consistent basis. Dontre Wilson brought the Harvin hype with him when he signed with the Buckeyes in 2013, but injuries and inconsistency have hampered the DeSoto, Texas, native in the first two years of his college career.
    Continue Reading.
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...t-percy-harvin

    Ohio State H-back Curtis Samuel is a star, but he's not finished yet

    Curtis Samuel can trace his path to Ohio State back to Atlantic City sometime after the 2003 football season. That's when Landberg borrowed his mother's Lexus to haul down the Garden State Parkway to the Tropicana Hotel, where a young Urban Meyer was speaking at a clinic for high school coaches. Meyer had just gone 10–2 at Utah with an unsung quarterback named Alex Smith and a spread offense that incorporated shovel passes, jet sweeps and the read-option. Landberg had been so intrigued by the innovative system that he'd bought a grainy VHS tape of Utah for $100 off eBay, and that night he scribbled notes furiously as Meyer spoke.
    More than a decade later Landberg walked into that office while accompanying Samuel on a recruiting trip and made a demand of the Ohio State honcho: "You owe me money." Meyer looked baffled, and Landberg quickly explained that Meyer's Utes had failed to cover a bet that cost Landberg a few bucks.
    A mutual admiration circuit formed. Landberg knew long before he walked into Meyer's office that he wanted Samuel to play for Meyer, even paying out of his pocket for multiple trips to Columbus, once with and several times without Samuel. Samuel even jokes about his high school coach's obsession with Meyer: "He has an issue."

    As for Samuel, he grew up idolizing one of Meyer's stars at Florida, Percy Harvin, calling up his highlights on YouTube and modeling his game after the part-time receiver, part-time tailback and full-time menace. Meyer had been searching for a player with similar burst and versatility since Harvin declared for the NFL in 2009. The staff saw Samuel and knew it had their man. "Watching his game tape," says receivers coach Zach Smith, "was like watching a highlight tape."
    Continue Reading.
    http://www.si.com/college-football/2...state-buckeyes

    “You must learn how to hold a team together. You must lift some men up, calm others down, until finally they’ve got one heartbeat. Then you’ve got yourself a team.” Bear Bryant

  7. #67
    LT/LG Ben Braden 6'6 335 lbs. Michigan

    This guy has played about equal reps at LT/LG/RT during his time at Michigan. So for a 7th round draft pick I would take a chance on him playing in a Jim Harbaugh pro system. You can never have enough players who can slide the line.

    Bio
    • All-Big Ten second team (coaches and media)
    • Started at left guard in four contests and made seven starts at left tackle
    • Missed the opener against Hawaii (Sept. 3)
    • Returned to the lineup against UCF (Sept. 10), starting at left guard
    • Made starts against Colorado (Sept. 17), Penn State (Sept. 24) and Wisconsin (Oct. 1)
    • Did not start but played at left guard against Rutgers (Oct. 8)
    Started at left tackle against Illinois (Oct. 22), at Michigan State (Oct. 29), Maryland (Nov. 5), Iowa (Nov. 12), Indiana (Nov. 19) and Ohio State (Nov. 26)
    Started at left tackle for one final game against Florida State in the Orange Bowl (Dec. 30) and was selected as a game captain against the Seminoles

    http://www.mgoblue.com/sports/m-foot...en_810566.html

    U-M offensive lineman Braden learning to dominate
    As a Michigan offensive lineman, Braden has now made 20 straight starts — all 12 games as the right tackle last year, all nine as the left guard this year — and is steadily improving.
    Earlier this year, U-M coach Jim Harbaugh praised Braden’s progress, saying he was more physical. Some of that showed this past weekend against Rutgers.

    “He’s got good speed, good agility, and that probably comes back to all his days as a hockey player,” said Ralph Munger, his high school coach at Rockford.
    read more.
    http://www.freep.com/story/sports/co...main/75630804/

    “You must learn how to hold a team together. You must lift some men up, calm others down, until finally they’ve got one heartbeat. Then you’ve got yourself a team.” Bear Bryant

  8. #68
    LT Storm Norton 6'8 306 lbs. Toledo I got him pegged in the 6th round. Why not? If he lucks up and better than what we have then it was a great pick. No seriously he is faster than I thought and getting to the second level isn't bad either. Long armed it appears and with some work with hand placement he could be a find.

    Look the Broncos beat us in SB50 and they interviewed him at the East West Shrine Game.



    Bio
    2016
    Listed as No. 1 at left tackle in preseason depth chart.

    2015
    Named first-team All-MAC at left tackle...Named to the AP All-Bowl Team...Leader of an offensive line that allowed just five sacks in 411 passing attempts, the second-lowest total in the country...Rocket offense led MAC in rushing (207.9 yards/game), ranked third in scoring offense (35.0) and total offense (460.9)...Offensive line was one of 20 in the nation named as a semifinalist for Joe Moore Award honoring best O-line in the nation.....Was on official watch list for Rotary Lombardi Award, presented annually to the nation’s top down lineman or linebacker.

    2014
    Played in all 13 games, starting three...Moved into starting slot at left tackle for final three games of the season...Replaced Josh Hendershot, who slid over to center spot when Greg Mancz went down with an injury...Key reserve on offensive line that powers Rocket offense that ranks No. 1 in MAC in total offense (486.3) and in rushing offense (247.3) and tied for No. 3 in sacks allowed (16).
    http://utrockets.com/roster.aspx?rp_id=4717


    Storm Norton’s time is here
    The Rockets have seen Norton's willingness to do so. Norton shed 30 pounds after starting at UT as a freshman in 2012, and steadily regained 10 pounds of muscle since. For the 2015 season, he is listed at 6-foot-8, 310 pounds.
    Consistently, Norton became stronger but lighter on his feet. In early preseason practices, the Rockets' coaches are encouraged by what they have seen from Norton.
    “He came into this offseason with a purpose and had a really good offseason,” Campbell said. “I think what he's been able to show us in the early part of fall camp is that he has improved.”
    http://www.bcsn.tv/news_article/show/542551

    Broncos interviewed Toledo OT Storm Norton during East-West Shrine Game week
    Denver is poised to address the offensive line — particularly the tackle position this offseason — but Norton is not a top prospect in the draft. Norton is the 221st ranked offensive tackle on rankings from CBS Sports.
    Alabama’s*Cam Robinson,*Wisconsin’s Ryan Ramczyk and Utah’s*Garett Bolles are the top three tackles in this year’s draft, according to Sports Illustrated.
    If the Broncos add Norton, it would likely be as a late round draft selection or as an undrafted free agent signing.
    http://broncoswire.usatoday.com/2017...ine-game-week/

    “You must learn how to hold a team together. You must lift some men up, calm others down, until finally they’ve got one heartbeat. Then you’ve got yourself a team.” Bear Bryant

  9. #69
    TE Phazahn Odom 6'8 245 lbs. Fordham

    I'm sitting here this morning going through another mock draft since the combine list came out, but this guy didn't get an invite, So I was looking at possible UDFA players and Odom jumped off the page just because of his size. 7 TD's in 2016 got my attention so I had to look deeper. So I looked at Blocking and yeah for a 7th UDFA player needs some work, but my lord at his speed, High pointing, body control and hands. I just shock my head and said no way. I think I would almost spend a 5th round pick on him and take a chance. If we can take a chance on a Rugby player why not.

    I will be real interested In his pro day workout. His vertical has got to be at least 40" and hand size at least 11" or bigger. Arms 36". This guy is long. Dang he hangs onto the ball when he catches it to. His Hip level is Helmet high when he goes up on a defender. Talk about a Red Zone Target. Heck his leap in the seem was unreal to.

    BIO
    Returns for a fifth year after missing all of 2012 season with an injury… Assumed the starting tight end position from All-American tight end Dan Light in 2015 and enjoyed a record-setting season… Set school record for most touchdown catches by a tight end in a season… Led 2015 team in receptions and receiving yards… Earned All-Patriot League honors… Returned to form in 2013 after missing all of his freshman season due to injury… A First Team All-State selection at Barnwell High School as a senior.

    2015 (Senior Season)
    • Started all 12 games at tight end as a senior for the Rams.
    Caught 37 passes for 492 yards and seven touchdowns.
    • Set school record for most touchdown receptions by a tight end.
    • Fourth in the Patriot League in receiving touchdowns.
    • Tenth in the Patriot League in yards/reception (13.30) and 13th in receptions/game (3.1).
    • Hauled in five passes for 94 yards and two touchdowns (28 and 41 yards) in Liberty Cup win over Columbia.
    • Grabbed six passes for 85 yards with one score (6 yards) in NCAA FCS Championship game at Chattanooga.
    • Recorded six receptions for 36 yards in win at Georgetown.
    • Caught four passes for 65 yards and two touchdowns (15 and 30 yards) in win at Lehigh.
    • Had three catches for 90 yards in season-opening win at Army West Point.
    • Made three catches for 24 yards and one score (5 yards) in Bucknell win.

    • A Psychology and Sociology major.

    Here is quick bio about Phazahn, so you get to know a little about him before the upcoming season:

    Phazahn Odom Bio
    15 May, 2016 *in Phazahn Odom / Tight Ends by Stefan

    Here is quick bio about Phazahn, so you get to know a little about him before the upcoming season:
    Name: Phazahn Odom
    School:*Fordham University
    Position: Tight End
    6’8,*245 Pounds
    Graduate Student
    Strengths: Skills as a receiver, Football IQ.
    Weaknesses: Run block technique.
    What has been your favorite moment so far in your football career?
    My first college start.
    Did you achieve your goals that you set last year?
    I achieved my*goal of All League and school record for touchdowns by a TE. I did not achieve my goals of 500+ yards and All-American. I’m working towards to*being a more consistent player to achieve these goals.
    What are your goals for this year?
    I want to complete the goals I did not last year. I not only want to*break the school Tight End record for touchdowns in a season, but also the school record.
    What have you’ve been working on this offseason?
    I am working on getting healthier, improving my strength, and learning how to apply my strength in the run game.
    Favorite music artist: 3 way tie between Drake, Kings of Leon, and Frank Ocean.
    “People should pay attention because I’m going to make a big splash at the*Tight End position.”
    Continue Reading.

    http://www.fordhamsports.com/roster....&path=football

    RSP Boiler Room No. 78: TE Phazahn Odom, Fordham
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQtM6aN5rNU

    NUC NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight: Phazahn Odom (TE, Fordham)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGcO_32SRG8

    “You must learn how to hold a team together. You must lift some men up, calm others down, until finally they’ve got one heartbeat. Then you’ve got yourself a team.” Bear Bryant

  10. #70
    CB Howard Wilson 6'1 185 lbs. Houston.

    This guy just got an invite to the combine. He will be a late round pick I would guess around 5th round.

    He has a nose for the ball or he seems to have IMO. He uses his long frame to defend against the pass and can lay the wood when needed, He is a real good open field tackler. A lot of upside to sit behind Bradberry and Worley. He I a little raw, but plays very well and was Houston's #1 cover guy. So with the right coaching he could possibly push Worley for a starting role.

    Bio
    2016:*Started all 13 games for Houston ... picked off five passes to rank second in The American and 13th nationally ... also broke up 10 passes, ranking fourth in The American ... had 54 tackles on the year including 2.5 for a loss of 17 yards and also recovered two fumbles ... had five tackles and one pass breakup in the Las Vegas Bowl against San Diego State ... tallied six tackles at Memphis (Nov. 25) ... had six tackles, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup in a home win vs. No. 3 Louisville (Nov. 17) ... tallied four tackles and one pass breakup in a home win vs. Tulane (Nov. 12) ... had four tackles, a tackle for loss and an interception return for 26 yards in a home win vs. UCF (Oct. 29) ... tallied six tackles and a pass breakup in a road loss at SMU (Oct. 22) ... had three tackles and an interception in a home win over Tulsa (Oct. 15) ... tallied four tackles in a road loss at Navy (Oct. 8) ... had four tackles in a home win vs. UConn (Sept. 29) ... tallied his second straight game with an interception, while tallying two tackles and two pass breakups in a road win at Texas State (Sept. 24) ... notched two interceptions and returned one 28 yards for a touchdown, while also tallying eight tackles and a pass breakup in a road win at Cincinnati (Sept. 15) ... had two tackles, one for a loss of 14 yards and a fumble recovery in a win over No. 3 Oklahoma (Sept. 3) to open the season.
    http://www.uhcougars.com/sports/m-fo...on_905546.html

    This video is against #5 Ranked Louisville.

    Last edited by Duane; 02-17-2017 at 11:46 PM.
    “You must learn how to hold a team together. You must lift some men up, calm others down, until finally they’ve got one heartbeat. Then you’ve got yourself a team.” Bear Bryant

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