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Notes and Commentary — January 7, 2014 »

Bowl season is in the books for another season and my soul dies a little bit every year on this day.  But, there’s so much work to do to get ready for the Senior Bowl, the Combine, Pro Days and the Draft that there’s no time to sit and mope.  We first posted our TSV Big Board back in December just following the end of the CFB regular season.  From that date going forward, we’ve done a ton of work, watching bowl games, watching games we missed during the season and watching key players that caught our eye during the season that we needed to see more of in this process.  Furthermore, some players decided to stay in school…looking right at you Mr. Mariota, so the board needed to be adjusted appropriately.

So it is.  Here are some of the players that got a “lotta love” over the last month from TSV crew.  But…

First things first, literally, Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel moved to the top of our Big Board.  Back healthy after a difficult pair of games to finish the regular season, Manziel put on a show in his final game as an Aggie in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl v. Duke.  I flirted often with whether to put Manziel at the top of the board throughout the season and settled on Alabama LT Cyrus Kouandjio.  The Crimson Tide star struggled in the Sugar Bowl, especially with speed off the edge, a crack in the armor no one really had exploited.  His technique broke down, unlike any other time I’ve watched him over the past two years.  But, back to Manziel, he was back to showing the full gamut of his “game” and after watching a few other games during the break and the Chick-Fil-A Bowl, I’m going with my gut on this one…for now.  There’s always more film to watch, ya know?

Auburn DE/OLB Dee Ford jumped off the screen during the A&M game when he faced top tackles Jake Matthews and Cedric Ogbuehi.  He showed a mix of power, quickness, toughness and play making skills against the Aggie duo.  In the National Championship game, he showed his quickness and burst on a couple of inside moves and, generally, created mayhem for FSU’s solid tackles.  I think his size may keep him from being completely scheme 4-3/3-4 versatile, but he can wreck shop in a hurry, hence his spot at No. 33.

Last year, UCLA’s Datone Jones was one of my favorite players in the entire draft due to his ability to play any position in any scheme.  When I finally sat down to study Missouri’s DE Kony Ealy, he reminded me instantly of Jones.  Now, I do think Jones was more disruptive inside, but Ealy’s getting there.  This guy’s 6-5, 275 lb.  He can bump to the 3 technique in pass rush situations, excellent first step and, like Jones, can play up and down the defensive line.

Michigan State CB Darqueze Dennard didn’t rise much on the board but enough to push to be the top CB on our board (Oklahoma State CB Justin Gilbert is one spot ahead; FSU’s Lamarcus Joyner is also above him but it’s not ultimately clear what position he plays - slot CB, perimeter CB or safety).  Either way, Dennard continues to move up the board given his consistent performance this year and he played exceptionally well against Ohio State and Stanford.  He’s been a favorite of mine for a couple years and he’ll be a favorite of an NFL team soon.

North Dakota State LT Billy Turner caught my eye in last year’s FCS Championship game but more so in the opener this year at Kansas State.  Everyone wants to see FCS players against FBS competition and Turner dominated the FBS competition.  I told everyone I could about him, on TSV or on the radio, and I don’t think even I gave him enough credit.  I watched his final three games in the FCS playoffs and it was easy.  He combo blocked like no other, he buried linemen at the point of attack and made himself a focal point at the Senior Bowl.

From midseason on, no RB was better than Auburn’s Tre Mason. But, it really hit me watching the All-22 film on BCS National Championship Monday night.  The end zone view really gave me an idea of his vision, quickness, jump cut, burst and power.  FSU true freshman S Jalen Ramsey found out all about his power.  Mason is legit and the more I watch the more it hits me that he may be the most complete RB in this class.

I have not been on the Timmy Jernigan train this year.  The past two years I thought the former five star player was no better than average and in 2013 hadn’t really been tested.  I still don’t think he’s been tested but damn he can win with some leverage. He completely eviscerated Auburn C Reese Dismukes, thought to  be one of the top centers in the country.  Strong, compact and mobile in small spaces, wow.  I just always fear players that do little then have tremendous final season like Minnesota Viking Sharrif Floyd.  Regardless, this is a weak DT class and Jernigan may ultimately be the best of the bunch.  Not sure how he’s going to fit in a traditional 3-4, but in a one gap 3-4, he might be a much more athletic version of Jay Ratlif.  Well, when Ratliff was dominating in Dallas as a one gap NT for Wade Phillips.  He may be best suited to be an even front 3 technique.

Speaking of undersized defensive linemen, Pitt’s Aaron Donald was as disruptive as any defensive lineman has been since Ndamukong Suh.  Now, Suh is 6-3 and 305.  Donald is lucky to be 6-0 and only 285.  That doesn’t look like much, but it’s the difference in Suh being the No. 2 pick in the 2010 draft and Donald potentially being drafted on day two.  But, I’ve always been a “production over potential” guy and Donald is that.  If a guy can play, he can play.  He’ll find a way.

Underclassmen that have declared - WILL BE added to our Big Board
Clemson WR Martavis Bryant
LSU DT Ego Ferguson
South Carolina WR Bruce Ellington
Oregon S Terrance Mitchell (didn’t get great draft advisory grade but declared anyway - “It wasn’t a fair evaluation”)
Cal LB Khairi Fortt - transferred from PSU
Cal WR/TE Richard Rodgers
Louisville WR Damian Copeland
USC DL George Uko
Louisville S Calvin Pryor
North Carolina C Russell Bodine
USC C Marcus Martin
Colorado State RB Kapri Bibbs
Utah TE Jake Murphy
Cal CB Kameron Jackson
Ball State WR Wille Snead
Western Kentucky S Jonathan Dowling

From The Sideline View Scouting Department

Sort by clicking on the headers. If there is an active scouting report, you can click the player's name to read it.

sort icon Name Position Height Weight School
1 Johnny Manziel QB 5'11 3/4" 207lbs. Texas A&M
2 Greg Robinson OT 6'5" 332lbs. Auburn
3 Jadeveon Clowney DE 6'5 1/3" 266lbs. South Carolina
4 Teddy Bridgewater QB 6'2 1/8" 214lbs. Louisville
5 Sammy Watkins WR 6'1" 211lbs. Clemson
6 Jake Matthews OT 6'5" 308lbs. Texas A&M
7 Mike Evans WR 6'4 7/8" 231lbs. Texas A&M
8 Khalil Mack OLB/DE 6'3" 251lbs. Buffalo
9 Taylor Lewan OT 6'7" 309lbs. Michigan
10 Blake Bortles QB 6'3" 227lbs. Central Florida
11 CJ Mosley ILB/OLB 6'2" 232lbs. Alabama
12 Justin Gilbert CB 6'0" 200lbs. Oklahoma State
13 Anthony Barr OLB/DE 6'5" 255lbs. UCLA
14 Cyrus Kouandjio OT 6'7" 322lbs. Alabama
15 Darqueze Dennard CB 5'11" 197lbs. Michigan State
16 Dee Ford OLB/DE 6'2" 252lbs. Auburn
17 Aaron Donald DE, DT 6'0 1/2" 288lbs. Pittsburgh
18 Ryan Shazier ILB/OLB 6'2" 237lbs. Ohio State
19 Marqise Lee WR 6'0" 192lbs. Southern California
20 Eric Ebron TE 6'4" 250lbs. North Carolina
21 Jace Amaro TE 6'5" 265lbs. Texas Tech
22 Kony Ealy DE 6'5" 275lbs. Missouri
23 Brandin Cooks WR 5'10" 189lbs. Oregon State
24 Ha Ha Clinton Dix S 6'1" 209lbs. Alabama
25 Derek Carr QB 6'2" 215lbs. Fresno State
26 Zack Martin OT, G 6'4" 308lbs. Notre Dame
27 Jason Verrett CB 5'10" 178lbs. Texas Christian
28 Calvin Pryor S 6'2" 208lbs. Louisville
29 Kelvin Benjamin WR 6'5" 240lbs. Florida State
30 Ra'Shede Hageman DE, DT 6'6" 318lbs. Minnesota
31 Louis Nix III DT 6'2 3/8" 331lbs. Notre Dame
32 Scott Crichton DE 6'3" 260lbs. Oregon State
33 Kyle Fuller CB 6'0" 193lbs. Virginia Tech
34 Odell Beckham Jr WR 5'11 1/4" 198lbs. Louisiana State
35 Xavier Su'a Filo OT, G 6'4" 307lbs. UCLA
36 Bradley Roby CB 5'11" 193lbs. Ohio State
37 Lamarcus Joyner S, CB 5'8" 195lbs. Florida State
38 Dominique Easley DE, DT 6'2" 288lbs. Florida
39 Timmy Jernigan DT 6'2" 298lbs. Florida State
40 Christian Jones ILB/OLB 6'3 1/4" 234lbs. Florida State
41 Carl Bradford OLB/DE 6'1" 250lbs. Arizona State
42 Davante Adams WR 6'1" 212lbs. Fresno State
43 Kyle Van Noy ILB/OLB 6'3 1/6" 244lbs. Brigham Young
44 Trent Murphy OLB/DE 6'5 1/4" 252lbs. Stanford
45 Jordan Matthews WR 6'2 1/2" 209lbs. Vanderbilt
46 Brandon Thomas OT, G 6'3 1/3" 316lbs. Clemson
47 Stephon Tuitt DE 6'6" 318lbs. Notre Dame
48 AJ McCarron QB 6'4" 210lbs. Alabama
49 Paul Richardson WR 6'0 1/4" 175lbs. Colorado
50 David Yankey OT, G 6'6" 315lbs. Stanford
51 Tre Mason RB 5'8" 207lbs. Auburn
52 Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE 6'6" 276lbs. Washington
53 Will Sutton DT 6'0 1/2" 315lbs. Arizona State
54 Marcus Smith OLB/DE 6'3 1/3" 258lbs. Louisville
55 Bishop Sankey RB 5'9" 209lbs. Washington
56 Troy Niklas TE 6'5" 270lbs. Notre Dame
57 Shayne Skov ILB/OLB 6'2" 245lbs. Stanford
58 Jarvis Landry WR 5'11" 205lbs. Louisiana State
59 Ego Ferguson DT 6'3" 309lbs. Louisiana State
60 James Hurst OT, G 6'5" 298lbs. North Carolina
61 Carlos Hyde RB 6'0 1/3" 230lbs. Ohio State
62 Chris Borland ILB/OLB 5'11 1/4" 245lbs. Wisconsin
63 Jack Mewhort OT, G 6'5 1/2" 309lbs. Ohio State
64 Allen Robinson WR 6'2" 220lbs. Penn State
65 Chris Smith OLB/DE 6'1" 266lbs. Arkansas
66 Bruce Ellington WR 5'9" 196lbs. South Carolina
67 Zach Mettenberger QB 6'5" 230lbs. Louisiana State
68 Morgan Moses OT 6'6" 314lbs. Virginia
69 Jimmy Garoppolo QB 6'2 1/3" 219lbs. Eastern Illinois
70 Demarcus Lawrence OLB/DE 6'3" 244lbs. Boise State
71 Trevor Reilly OLB/DE 6'5" 255lbs. Utah
72 Gabe Jackson G 6'3 1/4" 336lbs. Mississippi State
73 Lache Seastrunk RB 5'10" 205lbs. Baylor
74 Donte Moncrief WR 6'3" 228lbs. Mississippi
75 Deone Bucannon S 6'0 1/2" 216lbs. Washington State
76 Anthony Johnson DT 6'3" 304lbs. Louisiana State
77 Jared Abbrederis WR 6'1" 189lbs. Wisconsin
78 Charles Sims RB, WR 5'11 1/2" 214lbs. West Virginia
79 Jeremy Hill RB 6'2" 235lbs. Louisiana State
80 Wesley Johnson OT, G, C 6'5 1/6" 297lbs. Vanderbilt
81 EJ Gaines CB 5'10" 195lbs. Missouri
82 Telvin Smith ILB/OLB 6'2 1/2" 218lbs. Florida State
83 Jeremiah Attaochu OLB/DE 6'3 1/8" 252lbs. Georgia Tech
84 Jaylen Watkins S, CB 5'11 1/4" 194lbs. Florida
85 Chris Boyd WR 6'4" 205lbs. Vanderbilt
86 Jackson Jeffcoat DE 6'4" 252lbs. Texas
87 Martavis Bryant WR 6'5" 200lbs. Clemson
88 Marcus Martin C 6'3" 310lbs. Southern California
89 Cyril Richardson G 6'5" 329lbs. Baylor
90 Antone Exum S, CB 6' 220lbs. Virginia Tech
91 Jimmie Ward S 5'10 1/4" 191lbs. Northern Illinois
92 Devonta Freeman RB 5'9" 203lbs. Florida State
93 Cody Latimer WR 6'3" 215lbs. Indiana
94 Weston Richburg C 6'3 1/3" 298lbs. Colorado State
95 Marcus Roberson CB 6'0" 195lbs. Florida
96 Kelcy Quarles DT 6'4" 298lbs. South Carolina
97 Isaiah Crowell RB 5'11" 210lbs. Alabama State
98 Andre Hal CB 5'11" 186lbs. Vanderbilt
99 Louchiez Purifoy CB 6'0" 190lbs. Florida
100 Jerick McKinnon RB 5'9" 209lbs. Georgia Southern
101 Brett Smith QB 6'3" 205lbs. Wyoming
102 Bashaud Breeland CB 6' 185lbs. Clemson
103 Terrance West RB 5'11" 223lbs. Towson
104 Joel Bitonio OT, G 6'4" 302lbs. Nevada
105 Christian Kirksey ILB/OLB 6'1 1/2" 234lbs. Iowa
106 Antonio Richardson OT 6'6" 336lbs. Tennessee
107 Michael Sam OLB/DE 6'1 1/2" 260lbs. Missouri
108 Devon Kennard DE 6'3" 255lbs. Southern California
109 C.J Fiedorowicz TE 6'5 1/2" 265lbs. Iowa
110 DaQuan Jones DT 6'3 1/3" 323lbs. Penn State
111 Dion Bailey ILB/OLB 6'0" 210lbs. Southern California
112 Ryan Grant WR 6'0 1/6" 197lbs. Tulane
113 Ed Reynolds S 6'2" 206lbs. Stanford
114 Aaron Murray QB 6'0 1/4" 201lbs. Georgia
115 Justin Britt OT 6'6" 315lbs. Missouri
116 Trai Turner G 6'3" 310lbs. Louisiana State
117 Yawin Smallwood ILB/OLB 6'2" 244lbs. Connecticut
118 Taylor Hart DE, DT 6'6" 292lbs. Oregon
119 Ka'Deem Carey RB 5'10" 196lbs. Arizona
120 Dri Archer RB, WR 5'8" 178lbs. Kent State
121 Aaron Colvin CB 5'11 1/4" 186lbs. Oklahoma
122 Andre Williams RB 6' 227lbs. Boston College
123 Victor Hampton CB 5'10 202lbs. South Carolina
124 Anthony Steen G 6'3" 314lbs. Alabama
125 Jordan Zumwalt ILB/OLB 6'4" 231lbs. UCLA
126 Billy Turner OT 6'5" 315lbs. North Dakota State
127 Storm Johnson RB 6'1" 215lbs. Central Florida
128 David Fales QB 6'1 1/4" 220lbs. San Jose State
129 Ryan Groy OT, G 6'5" 318lbs. Wisconsin
130 Adrian Hubbard OLB/DE 6'5 7/12" 255lbs. Alabama
131 Terrence Brooks S 5'11" 197lbs. Florida State
132 Jordan Tripp ILB/OLB 6'2 1/2" 237lbs. Montana
133 Pierre Desir CB 6'1" 195lbs. Lindenwood
134 Ja'Wuan James OT 6'6" 311lbs. Tennessee
135 Michael Campanaro WR 5'9 1/4" 191lbs. Wake Forest
136 James White RB 5'9" 206lbs. Wisconsin
137 Travis Swanson C 6'5" 312lbs. Arkansas
138 Craig Loston S 6'0 1/4" 214lbs. Louisiana State
139 Seantrel Henderson OT 6'6 7/12" 331lbs. Miami (FL)
140 Kareem Martin DE 6'5 7/12" 272lbs. North Carolina
141 Josh Huff WR 5'11" 201lbs. Oregon
142 Ross Cockrell CB 6'0" 182lbs. Duke
143 Arthur Lynch TE 6'4 1/3" 258lbs. Georgia
144 Demetri Goodson CB 6' 200lbs. Baylor
145 Kasim Edebali OLB/DE 6'3" 246lbs. Boston College
146 De'Anthony Thomas RB 5'9" 173lbs. Oregon
147 Vinnie Sunseri S 6' 210lbs. Alabama
148 Brent Urban DE 6'6 1/2" 298lbs. Virginia
149 Kenny Ladler S 6'0" 200lbs. Vanderbilt
150 James Gayle DE 6'3 1/2" 255lbs. Virginia Tech
151 Keith Wenning QB 6'3" 218lbs. Ball State
152 Justin Ellis DT 6'2" 342lbs. Louisiana Tech
153 Tevin Reese WR 5'10" 172lbs. Baylor
154 Cameron Fleming OT 6'6" 314lbs. Stanford
155 Dakota Dozier OT, G 6'5" 303lbs. Furman
156 Stanley Jean-Baptiste CB 6'2 1/4" 215lbs. Nebraska
157 Marion Grice RB 6'0" 204lbs. Arizona State
158 Phillip Gaines CB 5'9" 185lbs. Rice
159 Kevin Norwood WR 6'2" 197lbs. Alabama
160 Rob Blanchflower TE 6'4" 260lbs. Massachusetts
161 Ronald Powell OLB/DE 6'4" 248lbs. Florida
162 Tre Boston S 6'0" 205lbs. North Carolina
163 Aaron Lynch DE 6'5" 248lbs. South Florida
164 Keith McGill S, CB 6'3" 214lbs. Utah
165 Kadeem Edwards G 6'4" 313lbs. Tennessee State
166 Daniel McCullers DT 6'6 7/12" 348lbs. Tennessee
167 Ed Stinson DE 6'3" 292lbs. Alabama
168 Max Bullough ILB/OLB 6'3" 252lbs. Michigan State
169 Willie Snead WR 5'11" 193lbs. Ball State
170 Corey "Philly" Brown WR 6' 190lbs. Ohio State
171 Trey Burton RB 6'3" 223lbs. Florida
172 Robert Herron WR 5'10" 187lbs. Wyoming
173 Tyler Larsen C 6'4" 313lbs. Utah State
174 Jay Bromley DT 6'4" 285lbs. Syracuse
175 Kain Colter WR 6'0" 195lbs. Northwestern
176 Logan Thomas QB 6'5 1/2" 250lbs. Virginia Tech
177 Ahmad Dixon S 5'11 1/3" 205lbs. Baylor
178 TJ Jones WR 6' 195lbs. Notre Dame
179 Chaz Sutton DE 6'5" 263lbs. South Carolina
180 Anthony Hitchens ILB/OLB 6'1" 233lbs. Iowa
181 John Brown WR 5'11" 170lbs. Pittsburg State
182 Kevin Danser G 6'6" 301lbs. Stanford
183 Mike Davis WR 6'0 1/6" 193lbs. Texas
184 Dontae Johnson S, CB 6'2" 199lbs. North Carolina State
185 Shaquelle Evans WR 6'0 1/2" 210lbs. UCLA
186 Marqueston Huff S, CB 5'11" 198lbs. Wyoming
187 Walt Aikens CB 6'0 1/2" 205lbs.
188 Eric Ward WR 5'11" 206lbs. Texas Tech
189 Jeff Mathews QB 6'4" 223lbs. Cornell
190 A.C. Leonard TE 6'4" 245lbs. Tennessee State
191 Lamin Barrow ILB/OLB 6'1 1/6" 229lbs. Louisiana State
192 Tim Cornett RB 6' 210lbs. Nevada-Las Vegas
193 Rashaad Reynolds CB 5'10" 195lbs. Oregon State
194 Jeoffrey Pagan DT 6'4" 290lbs. Alabama
195 Hakeem Smith S 6'1" 190lbs. Louisville
196 Chris Davis S, CB 5'9 1/2" 201lbs. Auburn
197 Bryan Stork C 6'3 1/3" 315lbs. Florida State
198 Brandon Linder G 6'5 1/4" 311lbs. Miami (FL)
199 Marcel Jensen TE 6'6" 270lbs. Fresno State
200 Deion Belue CB 5'11" 183lbs. Alabama
201 Caraun Reid DT 6'2" 301lbs. Princeton
202 Denicos Allen ILB/OLB 5'11" 218lbs. Michigan State
203 James Wilder RB 6'2" 233lbs. Florida State
204 Marcus Williams CB 5'11" 192lbs. North Dakota State
205 Antonio Andrews RB 5'10" 225lbs. Western Kentucky
206 Spencer Long G 6'4" 305lbs. Nebraska
207 Josh Stewart WR 5'10" 178lbs. Oklahoma State
208 Richard Rodgers WR, TE 6'4 275lbs. California
209 Ryan Carrethers DT 6'2" 330lbs. Arkansas State
210 Ben Gardner DE 6'4" 275lbs. Stanford
211 Michael Schofield OT 6'6 1/2" 301lbs. Michigan
212 Russell Bodine C 6'3" 310lbs. North Carolina
213 George Uko DE 6'3" 275lbs. Southern California
214 Jeremy Gallon WR 5'8" 184lbs. Michigan
215 Prince Shembo OLB/DE 6'2" 250lbs. Notre Dame
216 Cody Hoffman WR 6'3 7/12" 218lbs. Brigham Young
217 Will Clarke DE 6'7" 273lbs. West Virginia
218 Trey Hopkins G 6'4" 300lbs. Texas
219 Jalen Saunders WR 5'8 1/2" 164lbs. Oklahoma
220 Kapri Bibbs RB 5'11" 203lbs. Colorado State
221 Silas Redd RB 5'10" 200lbs. Southern California
222 Jordan Najvar TE 6'6" 265lbs. Baylor
223 Tom Savage QB 6'5" 230lbs. Pittsburgh
224 Joe Don Duncan TE 6'3" 268lbs. Dixie State
225 Bene Benwikere CB 5'11" 192lbs. San Jose State
226 Isaiah Lewis S 5'10" 205lbs. Michigan State
227 Taylor Martinez RB, WR, S, CB 6'1" 212lbs. Nebraska
228 Calvin Barnett DT 6'2" 300lbs. Oklahoma State
229 Brandon Coleman WR 6'6" 217lbs. Rutgers
230 Bennett Jackson CB 6'0" 185lbs. Notre Dame
231 Matt Patchan OT 6'6" 300lbs. Boston College
232 Xavier Grimble TE 6'5" 250lbs. Southern California
233 Stephen Morris QB 6'1 1/2" 208lbs. Miami (FL)
234 L'Damian Washington WR 6'4" 205lbs. Missouri
235 Lorenzo Taliaferro RB 6'0 1/4" 231lbs. Coastal Carolina
236 Connor Shaw QB 6' 1/3" 206lbs. South Carolina
237 Jacob Pedersen TE 6'3" 238lbs. Wisconsin
238 Alden Darby S 5'11" 192lbs. Arizona State
239 LaDarius Perkins RB 5'10" 195lbs. Mississippi State
240 Deandre Coleman DT 6'5" 315lbs. California
241 Matt Hazel WR 6'3" 190lbs. Coastal Carolina
242 Devin Street WR 6'4" 190lbs. Pittsburgh
243 Jonathan Dowling S 6'3" 198lbs. Western Kentucky
244 Shamar Stephen DT 6'4 1/2" 308lbs. Connecticut
245 Lavelle Westbrooks S, CB 5'11 1/4" 195lbs. Georgia Southern
246 Ricardo Allen CB 5'9" 186lbs. Purdue
247 Sean Parker S 5'10" 195lbs. Washington
248 Denico Autry DE 6'6" 265lbs. Mississippi State
249 John Urschel G 6'4" 301lbs. Penn State
250 Terrance Mitchell S 6' 189lbs. Oregon
251 Carrington Byndom CB 6'0" 180lbs. Texas
252 Jonathan Brown ILB/OLB 6'0 1/3" 224lbs. Illinois
253 James Sims RB 6'0" 202lbs. Kansas
254 Charles Leno OT 6'4" 295lbs. Boise State
255 Jemea Thomas S, CB 5'9 1/3" 190lbs. Georgia Tech
256 Henry Josey RB 5'10" 190lbs. Missouri
257 Xavius Boyd ILB/OLB 6'2" 243lbs. Western Kentucky
258 Colt Lyerla TE 6'5" 238lbs. Oregon
259 Derrick Hopkins DT 6' 311lbs. Virginia Tech
260 David Fluellen RB 5'11 1/6" 226lbs. Toledo
261 Chris Burnette G 6'2" 322lbs. Georgia
262 Keith Price QB 6'1" 202lbs. Washington
263 I.K Enemkpali OLB/DE 6'1" 260lbs. Louisiana Tech
264 Gator Hoskins TE 6'1" 244lbs. Marshall
265 Khalil Wilkes C 6'3" 288lbs. Stanford
266 Branden Oliver RB 5'9" 209lbs. Buffalo
267 Jay Prosch FB 6'0 1/2" 256lbs. Auburn
268 Solomon Patton WR 5'8 1/3" 179lbs. Florida
269 Noel Grigsby WR 5'11" 175lbs. San Jose State
270 Dez Southward S, CB 6' 206lbs. Wisconsin
271 Crockett Gilmore TE 6'6" 260lbs. Colorado State
272 Cassius Marsh DE 6'4" 262lbs. UCLA
273 Jon Halapio G 6'3 1/3" 323lbs. Florida
274 Chris Watt G 6'3" 321lbs. Notre Dame
275 Andrew Jackson ILB/OLB 6'1" 257lbs. Western Kentucky
276 Tyler Gaffney RB 6'1" 226lbs. Stanford
277 JC Copeland FB 6'1" 270lbs. Louisiana State
278 Jerome Smith RB 6' 226lbs. Syracuse
279 Jack Tyler ILB/OLB 6'1" 230lbs. Virginia Tech
280 Kenny Guiton QB 6'3" 208lbs. Ohio State
281 Gabe Ikard G, C 6'3 1/3" 304lbs. Oklahoma
282 Jake Murphy TE 6'4" 252lbs. Utah
283 C.J Barnett S 6'1" 204lbs. Ohio State
284 Walker May OLB/DE 6'5" 250lbs. Vanderbilt
285 Corey Nelson OLB/DE 6'1" 215lbs. Oklahoma
286 Jon Harrison C 6'4" 299lbs. Florida
287 Trey Millard RB, FB 6'2" 259lbs. Oklahoma
288 Evan Finkenberg OT, G 6'4" 293lbs. Arizona State
289 Bryn Renner QB 6'3" 225lbs. North Carolina
290 Shaun Lewis OLB/DE 5'11" 225lbs. Oklahoma State
291 Jeff Janis WR 6'2 1/6" 212lbs. Saginaw Valley State
292 Parker Graham OT 6'7" 315lbs. Oklahoma State
293 Raijon Neal RB 5'11" 212lbs. Tennessee
294 Chris Coyle TE 6'3" 240lbs. Arizona State
295 Josh Mauro DE 6'6" 288lbs. Stanford
296 Shamiel Gary S 6' 210lbs. Oklahoma State
297 Beau Allen DT 6'3" 325lbs. Wisconsin
298 Kasey Carrier RB 5'9" 185lbs. New Mexico
299 Cornelius Lucas OT 6'9" 328lbs. Kansas State
300 Ben Malena RB 5'9" 195lbs. Texas A&M
301 Derrell Johnson OLB/DE 6'2" 264lbs. East Carolina
302 Zach Orr ILB/OLB 6'1" 240lbs. North Texas
303 Nevin Lawson CB 5'9 1/2" 184lbs. Utah State
304 Rod McDowell RB 5'10" 200lbs. Clemson
305 Kenny Shaw WR 6' 170lbs. Florida State
306 Jeremy Johnson WR 6' 180lbs. Southern Methodist
307 Allen Hurns WR 6'3" 195lbs. Miami (FL)
308 Ryan Hewitt FB, TE 6'4" 246lbs. Stanford
309 Keith Smith ILB/OLB 6'1" 229lbs. San Jose State
310 Garrison Smith DT 6'3" 299lbs. Georgia
311 Ty Zimmerman S 6'1" 203lbs. Kansas State
312 Quincy Enunwa WR, TE 6'2" 225lbs. Nebraska
313 Nikita Whitlock OLB/DE 5'11" 250lbs. Wake Forest
314 Kerry Hyder DE 6'2" 280lbs. Texas Tech
315 Dayonne Nunley CB 5'8" 184lbs. Miami (OH)
316 Brelan Chancellor WR 5'9" 186lbs. North Texas
317 Austin Franklin WR 6' 184lbs. New Mexico State
318 Khairi Fortt ILB/OLB 6'2" 240lbs. California
319 Tim Flanders RB 5'9" 210lbs. Sam Houston State
320 Orleans Darkwa RB 6' 210lbs. Tulane
321 Jordan Lynch QB 6' 216lbs. Northern Illinois
322 Kevin Pierre-Louis ILB/OLB 6'1" 228lbs. Boston College
323 Caleb Lavey ILB/OLB 6'3" 235lbs. Oklahoma State
324 Cam Brate TE 6'5" 245lbs. Harvard
325 Dustin Vaughan QB 6'5" 220lbs. West Texas A&M
326 Charles Ross RB 6'1" 235lbs. Rice
327 K.J Morton CB 5'10" 190lbs. Baylor
328 Casey Pachall QB 6'5" 230lbs. Texas Christian
329 Terrance Lloyd OLB/DE 6'3" 245lbs. Baylor
330 Nickoe Whitley S 6'1" 205lbs. Mississippi State
331 Darryl Cato-Bishop DE 6'3" 266lbs. North Carolina State
332 Brendan Bigelow RB 5'10" 180lbs. California
333 Ryne Giddins OLB/DE 6'3" 253lbs. South Florida
334 Will Smith ILB/OLB 6'3" 220lbs. Texas Tech
335 Alfred Blue RB 6'2" 220lbs. Louisiana State
336 Jalston Fowler FB 6'1" 250lbs. Alabama
337 Damien Williams RB 5'11" 214lbs. Oklahoma
338 David Parry DT 6'2" 303lbs. Stanford
339 Vintavious Cooper RB 5'9" 200lbs. East Carolina
340 Corey Linsley C 6'3" 297lbs. Ohio State
341 Boseko Lokombo ILB/OLB 6'3" 233lbs. Oregon
342 Chandler Jones WR 5'11" 174lbs. San Jose State
343 Andrew Norwell OT, G 6'6" 316lbs. Ohio State
344 Jeremiah Sirles OT 6'6" 310lbs. Nebraska
345 Viliami Moala DT 6'2" 340lbs. California
346 George Atkinson III RB 6'1" 220lbs. Notre Dame
347 Kameron Jackson CB 5'9" 175lbs. California
348 Pierre Warren S 6'2" 200lbs. Jacksonville State
349 Ciante Evans CB 5'11" 190lbs. Nebraska
350 Darrin Reaves RB 5'10" 210lbs. Alabama-Birmingham
351 Adam Muema RB 5'10" 205lbs. San Diego State
352 Dexter McDougle CB 5'10" 195lbs. Maryland