Preseason Week 2: Packers vs Steelers Stock Report


Final Score: Steelers 24-19

Stock down: WR Jordy Nelson
Yikes. Jordy Nelson has reportedly torn his ACL, which is a blow to the Packers. He was Rodgers favorite target, and now him out for the year, receiver’s  Randall Cobb, Davante Adams, Ty Montgomery and Jeff Janis will need to pick up the slack.

Stock up: Packers running game
The duo of running backs Eddie Lacy and James Starks looked just dominant. Granted the offensive line blocked great, but the running game will probably be even more vital due to Jordy Nelson’s injury.

Stock down: OT Don Barclay
Oh my. Don Barclay looked just horrible, like real horrible. He gave up the only safety, and was being thrown around by second string defensive linemen. SECOND STRING!! David Bakhtiari needs to return, Aaron Rodgers heath depends on it.

Stock up: FB Aaron Ripkowski
This guy is a stud. The 6th round rookie had a pair of special teams tackles and had some good blocks late in the game. With this showing, Aaron Ripkowski will likely make the team.

Stock down: CB Quinten Rollins
After looking excellent against New England, Quinten Rollins looked the oppisite today. He was burned by Steeles rookie WR Sammie Coates for a 52 yard pass and looked lost.

Other observations
– QB Scott Tolzein looked good, but was injured. QB Brent Hundley was okay, but took a step back.
– RB Rajion Neal looked capable, and will probably be the 3rd running back on the roster.
– WR Jeff Janis flashed but had his share of hiccups.
– TE Richard Rodgers has hands of glue. It’s pretty certain he will be the starter.
– RG T.J Lang was injured, but nothing concerning like Jordy’s.
– DE Datone Jones again looked good…hopefully he can in a actual game.
– OLB Jayrone Elliot continues to dominate.
– CB Damorius Randall looked excellent, grabbing a interception. But of course, was injured due to dehydration.
– CB Ladarius Gunter is a stud. He knocked away two potential touchdown passes. He needs more playing time

Preseason Week 1: Steelers vs Jaguars, Stock Report


Final Score: Jaguars 23-21

Stock up: QB Blake Bortles

Bortles, who struggled as a rookie last year, worked on his mechanics this offseason. It showed against Pittsburgh, completing 11 out of 15 passes for 118 yards and had a rushing Touchdown. His stats would be more impressive, but 3 of his incompletions were dropped passes that should have been caught. It’s a good start, and a good sign for Blake Bortles

Stock down: CB Davon House

Remember how many including myself thought the Jaguars overpaid for Davon House? This showed why. Steelers WR Martvaris Bryant burned House for a 44 yard touchdown. It was a horrible start for Davon House.

Stock up: RB Denard Robinson

Denard looked like he did last midseason, gaining 22 yards on 4 carries and a 34 yard kick return. Expected to take the field, on 3rd downs, this year, if Denard can up the good work, the running game could be dangerous this year.

Stock down: LT Luke Joeckel

Granted it was one play, but Joeckel was getting beat by OLB James Harrison, who is almost twice the age that Joeckel is. Joeckel is expected to be decent but he looked horrible which isn’t encouraging. If the former 2nd overall pick, continues to struggle, the Jaguars might have to look elsewhere.

Stock up: DE Cap Capi

Who? An undrafted rookie from Akron, Cap recorded both of the teams two sacks, and stood out from the defensive line, which struggled without 3 out of 4 regular starters. Keep on eye on Cap.

Other observations
– Backup QB Chad Henne played extremely well, but 3rd string QB Stephen Morris struggled.
– RB Bernard Pierce and RB Toby Gerhart had a fair share of good runs. RB Storm Johnson didn’t perform well and might not make the 53 man roster.
– WR Allen Robinson looked great, while 5th round rookie WR Rashad Greene had a 37 yard punt return.
– One receiver who has surprised many is journeymen Arrelious Benn. A former 2010 2nd round draft choice from Tampa Bay has struggled with injures in his 5 season career. Arrelious had a 27 yard reception against Pittsburgh and might make the team.
– TE Julius Thomas got hurt after a 2 yard catch and is out for the preseason. Thomas has struggled with injures and needs to stay heathy.
– SS Jonathan Cyprien was injured as well, and is out for the preseason. Cyprien didn’t perform well before the injury.

Preseason Week 1: Packers vs Patriots, Stock Report


Final Score: Packers 22-11

Stock up: 2015 Packers Rookie Class

Even though 1st round rookie CB Damorius Randall didn’t play, most of the rookies looked really good. Undrafted rookie CB Ladarius Gunter showed why people are excited, intercepting QB Jimmy Garoppolo and playing good coverage. 2nd round rookie CB Quintin Rollins almost had an interception and had several pass breakups. 3rd round rookie WR Ty Montgomery caught 2 passes for 28 yards. 4th round rookie MLB Jake Ryan had 6 tackles, 2 for loss and a sack. 5th round QB Brett Hundley completed 4 out 6 passes with a TD. 6th round TE Kennard Backman caught 2 passes for 10 yards.

Stock down: FS Ha Ha Clinton-Dix

While he didn’t play horribly, Clinton-Dix whiffed a tackle which Patriots RB Jonas Gray scored a long touchdown. Clinton-Dix looked lost in coverage as well. Nothing overly concerning.

Stock up: WR Jeff Janis

For a guy who didn’t impress in training camp, Jeff Janis looked pretty good last night. Janis caught 2 passes for 31 yards and a touchdown. Janis beat the jam of Patriots CB Logan Ryan (Who is expected to replace CB Darrelle Revis) for a Jordy Nelson style catch. Hopefully Janis will stay consistent.

Stock down: LT David Bakhtiari

For a guy who had a good season, Bakhtiari struggled last night. He was beat a couple times and allowed a sack from Patriots 4th round rookie DE Trey Flowers. That’s unexceptable for a veteran to beat by a rookie.

Stock up: DE Datone Jones

Datone Jones showed signs of life, after disappointing last year and having a one game suspension, Datone Jones bounced back for 2 tackles for loss and 2 sacks. If he can break out this year, he could be the missing piece for the defensive line.

Other observations
– QB Scott Tolzein looked impressive last night, which is very encouraging.
– TE Andrew Quarless and WR Davante Adams were targeted quite a bit, but both dropped easy catches.
– DE Khyri Thornton had a pressure, but other then that, seems like a lost cause.
– OLB Jayrone Elliot played really well, as did OLB Andy Mulumba, OLB Adrian Hubbard and MLB Carl Bradfield.

2015 Preview: Top 10 at every position




  1. Aaron Rodgers, Packers
  2. Tom Brady, Patriots
  3. Peyton Manning, Broncos
  4. Andrew Luck, Colts
  5. Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers
  6. Drew Brees, Saints
  7. Russell Wilson, Seahawks
  8. Tony Romo, Cowboys
  9. Philip Rivers, Chargers
  10. Eli Manning, Giants



  1. Marshawn Lynch, Seahawks
  2. Adrian Peterson, Vikings
  3. Le’Veon Bell, Steelers
  4. LeSean McCoy, Bills
  5. Jamaal Charles, Chiefs
  6. DeMarco Murray, Eagles
  7. Matt Forte, Bears
  8. Eddie Lacy, Packers
  9. Arian Foster, Texans
  10. Alfred Morris, Redskins



  1. Mike Tolbert, Panthers
  2. Kyle Juszczyk, Ravens
  3. John Kuhn, Packers
  4. Jerome Felton, Bills
  5. Marcel Reece, Raiders
  6. Anthony Sherman, Chiefs
  7. Darrel Young, Redskins
  8. Henry Hynoski, Giants
  9. James Develin, Patriots
  10. Bruce Miller, 49ers

Calvin Johnson


  1. Calvin Johnson, Lions
  2. Antonio Brown, Steelers
  3. Dez Bryant, Cowboys
  4. Demaryius Thomas, Broncos
  5. Jordy Nelson, Packers
  6. Julio Jones, Falcons
  7. Odell Beckham Jr, Giants
  8. A.J Green, Bengals
  9. Randall Cobb, Packers
  10. T.Y Hilton, Colts



  1. Rob Gronkowski, Patriots
  2. Jimmy Graham, Seahawks
  3. Greg Olsen, Panthers
  4. Jason Witten, Cowboys
  5. Martellus Bennett, Bears
  6. Julius Thomas, Jaguars
  7. Antonio Gates, Chargers
  8. Travis Kelce, Chiefs
  9. Delanie Walker, Titans
  10. Heath Miller, Steelers

Joe Thomas


  1. Joe Thomas, Browns
  2. Tyron Smith, Cowboys
  3. Jason Peters, Eagles
  4. Andrew Whitworth, Bengals
  5. Trent Williams, Redskins
  6. Joe Staley, 49ers
  7. Duane Brown, Texans
  8. Branden Albert, Dolphins
  9. Jared Veldheer, Cardinals
  10. Anthony Castonzo, Colts

Josh Sitton


  1. Josh Sitton, Packers
  2. Mike Iupati, Cardinals
  3. Orlando Franklin, Chargers
  4. Evan Mathis, Free Agent
  5. Kelechi Osemele, Ravens
  6. Rodger Saffold, Rams
  7. Ben Grubbs, Chiefs
  8. Joel Bitonio, Browns
  9. Ramon Foster, Steelers
  10. Logan Mankins, Buccaneers



  1. Nick Mangold, Jets
  2. Maurkice Pouncey, Steelers
  3. Travis Frederick, Cowboys
  4. Max Unger, Saints
  5. Ryan Kalil, Panthers
  6. Alex Mack, Browns
  7. Mike Pouncey, Dolphins
  8. Rodney Hudson, Raiders
  9. Jason Kelce, Eagles
  10. Corey Linsley, Packers



  1. Marshal Yanda, Ravens
  2. Zack Martin, Cowboys
  3. Jahri Evans, Saints
  4. Kyle Long, Bears
  5. David DeCastero, Steelers
  6. Louis Vasquez, Broncos
  7. T.J Lang, Packers
  8. Larry Warford, Lions
  9. Kevin Zeitler, Bengals
  10. Brandon Linder, Jaguars



  1. Bryan Bulaga, Packers
  2. Sebastian Vollmer, Patriots
  3. Lane Johnson, Eagles
  4. Ricky Wagner, Ravens
  5. Zach Strief, Saints
  6. Doug Free, Cowboys
  7. Demar Dotson, Buccaneers
  8. Derek Newton, Texans
  9. Ju’Wuan James, Dolphins
  10. D.J Fluker, Chargers


 DE (3-4)

  1. J.J Watt, Texans
  2. Calais Campbell, Cardinals
  3. Muhammad Wilkerson, Jets
  4. Cameron Heyward, Steelers
  5. Sheldon Richardson, Jets
  6. Cameron Jordan, Saints
  7. Kyle Williams, Bills
  8. Jurrell Casey, Titans
  9. Fletcher Cox, Eagles
  10. Corey Liuget, Chargers

DE (4-3)

  1. Robert Quinn, Rams
  2. Cameron Wake, Dolphins
  3. Charles Johnson, Panthers
  4. Jason Pierre-Paul, Giants
  5. Greg Hardy, Cowboys
  6. Michael Bennett, Seahawks
  7. Everson Griffin, Vikings
  8. Ezekiel Ansah, Lions
  9. Chandler Jones, Patriots
  10. Chris Clemons, Jaguars



  1. Ndamukong Suh, Dolphins
  2. Marcell Dareus, Bills
  3. Gerald McCoy, Buccaneers
  4. Dontari Poe, Chiefs
  5. Haloti Ngata, Lions
  6. Aaron Donald, Rams
  7. Vince Wilfork, Texans
  8. Sen’Derrick Marks, Jaguars
  9. Geno Atkins, Bengals
  10. Johnathan Hankins, Giants


OLB (3-4)

  1. Justin Houston, Chiefs
  2. Von Miller, Broncos
  3. Mario Williams, Bills
  4. Terrell Suggs, Ravens
  5. Robert Mathis, Colts
  6. Connor Barwin, Eagles
  7. Ryan Kerrigan, Redskins
  8. DeMarcus Ware, Broncos
  9. Elvis Dumerviel, Ravens
  10. Julius Peppers, Packers

Lavonte David

OLB (4-3)

  1. Lavonte David, Buccaneers
  2. Khalil Mack, Raiders
  3. Jamie Collins, Patriots
  4. DeAndre Levy, Lions
  5. Thomas Davis, Panthers
  6. Dont’a Hightower, Patriots
  7. Vontaze Burfict, Bengals
  8. Anthony Barr, Vikings
  9. Alec Ogletree, Rams
  10. Chad Greenway, Vikings



  1. Luke Kuechly, Panthers
  2. Bobby Wagner, Seahawks
  3. Clay Matthews, Packers
  4. NaVorro Bowman, 49ers
  5. C.J Mosley, Ravens
  6. Lawrence Timmons, Steelers
  7. Derrick Johnson, Chiefs
  8. Daryl Smith, Ravens
  9. Jerod Mayo, Patriots
  10. Paul Posluszny, Jaguars



  1. Richard Sherman, Seahawks
  2. Darrelle Revis, Jets
  3. Vontae Davis, Colts
  4. Brent Grimes, Dolphins
  5. Joe Haden, Browns
  6. Chris Harris Jr, Broncos
  7. Patrick Peterson, Cardinals
  8. Aqlib Talib, Broncos
  9. Desmond Trufant, Falcons
  10. Brandon Flowers, Chargers



  1. Earl Thomas, Seahawks
  2. Eric Weddle, Chargers
  3. Glover Quin, Lions
  4. Harrison Smith, Vikings
  5. Devin McCourty, Patriots
  6. Charles Woodson, Raiders
  7. Malcolm Jenkins, Eagles
  8. Jarius Bryd, Saints
  9. Eric Reid, 49ers
  10. Tashuan Gipson, Browns



  1. Kam Chancellor, Seahawks
  2. Antoine Bethea, 49ers
  3. Eric Berry, Chiefs
  4. Donte Whitner, Browns
  5. T.J Ward, Broncos
  6. Morgan Burnett, Packers
  7. Mike Adams, Colts
  8. James Ihedigbo, Lions
  9. Reshad Jones, Dolphins
  10. Barry Church, Cowboys



  1. Adam Vinatieri, Colts
  2. Stephen Gostkowski, Patriots
  3. Justin Tucker, Ravens
  4. Matt Bryant, Falcons
  5. Dan Bailey, Cowboys
  6. Steven Hauschka, Seahawks
  7. Dan Carpenter, Bills
  8. Sebastian Janikowski, Raiders
  9. Shaun Suisham, Steelers
  10. Blair Walsh, Vikings


  1. Johnny Hekker, Rams
  2. Pat McAfee, Colts
  3. Sam Koch, Ravens
  4. Kevin Huber, Bengals
  5. Thomas Morstead, Saints
  6. Matt Bosher, Falcons
  7. Brett Kern, Titans
  8. Brandon Fields, Dolphins
  9. Mike Scifres, Chargers
  10. Dustin Colquitt, Chiefs

The NFL has lost integrity with the Tom Brady suspension


Wow I thought Roger Goodell was a idiot, now I think he is a man with no brain.

I love the NFL, that won’t change but this decision made by Roger Goodell with Tom Brady disgusts me. Look at the logic here: breaking the law, and beating up woman is okay but destroying your cell phone? That is criminal! Man are you serious? He gives Letroy Guion a 3 game suspension for selling cocaine. He gave Ray Rice a 2 game suspension for smacking his wife before extending it to avoid more public outcry. He gives Tom Brady a 4 game suspension, no actually solid evidence, for deflating a football. Isn’t there something wrong here? I understand he is the commissioner, the NFL is a billion dollar business, yes I get it. But he has to make decisions that MAKE SENSE. I don’t understand why there isn’t more public outcry about this. We have a commissioner here who values are as good as the Kardashians modeling naked pictures for the world to see. Really, just because Tom Brady has won 4 Super Bowls doesn’t mean he is any different then his peers. Heck, he probably views Aaron Hernandez better than Tom Brady. This is a mess which Roger Goodell refuses to clean up.

NFL Opinion: With Guion suspension, the suspension for Tom Brady needs to be dropped.


For the integrity of the NFL, the Deflategate crap needs to end. Here is why. First of all, suspending a player with no solid evidence is ridiculous. Second of all, if you are saying that Tom Brady allegedly deflating footballs is worse then Letroy Guion BREAKING the LAW, then you are simply a nut. Thrid, this could have never started. If Rodger Goddell simply denounced the Deflategate allegations, none of this would have happened. Now it’s costing the NFL with bad publicly, millions of dollars, and unfair allegations towards a future hall of famer and a successful franchise. If the suspension for Tom Brady stands, then Rodger Goddell will be the closet person to communism then any other sports figure. The “enforcer” and the NFL, will lose its integrity.

Jacksonville Jaguars: My expectations


David Caldwell has brought the franchise to his image, now it’s time for progress.

When David Caldwell became general manager after the 2012 season, where the Jaguars officially became the laughing stock of the NFL, he had some work to do

Head Coach?
Franchise Quarterback?
Draft Classes?
Free Agents?

I expect improvement in one category: wins. The Jaguars have finished 7-25, the past two years under Caldwell and Head Coach Gus Bradley. Taking over from Gene Smith, Mike Murakley and Blaine Gabbert, he even publicly stated, that it would be needed time for a foundation. Okay understandable but I have waited for two years, I have seen glimpses of potential. The beatdown of Cleveland, the comeback against Coughlin’s Giants, were highlights, but a 3-13 record won’t spark any inspiration. Honestly expecting a 6-10 record next year isn’t exactly asking too much. Anything lower than that at this point is unacceptable. And it that happens I want a redo, a rebuild…..again.

2015 NFL Offseason Grades


Best Moves

1. Buffalo acquires RB LeSean McCoy
A lot of people question this move, I honestly think this is a steal. Getting a former All-Pro Running back for a player who didn’t play last year is simply unfair. The Bills have depth that Kiko Alonso is no longer needed. LeSean, already the Eagles all time rusher, is under 30 years and has plenty left in the tank.

2. Arizona signs G Mike Iupati
Why the 49ers used money to sign Torrey Smith instead of resigning Mike Iupati is beyond my reasoning. Mike, a All-Pro guard in his prime, upgrades the Cardinals o – line incredibly, and gives the Cardinals a stellar left side with Jared Veldheer.

3. Green Bay retains WR Randall Cobb and T Byran Bulaga
Resigning both these, in their prime young players to 4 year deals is simply mind blowing. This is why Green Bay continues to dominate, it retains its own players instead of gambling for a different option

4. Houston signs DT Vince Wilfork
Pairing Vince Wilfork with JJ Watt will give offensive linemen nightmires. Vince is old, however is still one of the best run stuffing tackles in the league. Yikes

5. San Diego signs G/OT Orlando Franklin
San Diego needs interior o – line help, Orlando Franklin is a great fix. A top 10 guard, Orlando protected Tebow and Manning, and is also a stud right tackle. Orlando gives Philip Rivers a huge boost.

6. Miami signs WR Greg Jennings
Greg Jennings isn’t a No.1 receiver, but he is a stellar No.2 option. He is a good route runner and a upgrade over Brian Hartline. Only paying 4 million is quite the steal.

7. Cleveland signs DT Randy Starks
While a older player, Randy is still a top 12 defensive tackle, plus he is a good 3-4 end for the Cleveland defense. Randy is a good pickup.

8. New England signs TE Scott Chandler
This is a great value signing, while Scott isn’t a great T.E, he was a solid starter in Buffalo and gives New England amazing depth, now the Pats have 3 tight ends who can start on other teams.

9. Washington signs DT Terrance Knighton
While the Redskins didn’t absolutely  need him, I was studded he wasn’t getting any interest and signing him 3 million is as big as a bargain as you can get.

10. N.Y Jets get WR Brandon Marshall
Marshall is a headache but his talent is incredible. He is a match up nightmire for any defensive back, while he is older he is definitely worth more than a 5th round pick.


Worst moves

1. Cleveland signs QB Josh McCown
Signing a 35 year old who had a 1-10 season record last year 5.5 million a year was so laughable I had to check the Onion to see if this was a prank. Enough said.

2. Philadelphia signs CB Byron Maxwell Signing Maxwell to 5 million a year would be acceptable, but 10 million? Are you serious? The guy had 3 All-Pro defensive backs around him, and even then he was average. Now he is expected to cover Dez Bryant, Odell Beckham and DeSean Jackson? This move is plain silly.

3. San Francisco fires Head Coach Jim Harbaugh
This is no mutual department, Harbaugh was fired because he wasn’t a favorite of GM Trent Baalke. I truely think Trent Baalke is a bad GM. How do you fire a guy who took over a mediocre team and turned them a play away from becoming Super Bowl Champions? The 49ers will definitely fall back into mediocrity.

4. N.Y Giants sign WR Dwayne Harris
How in hell do you pay a player 5 million who sucks as a receiver and is a mediocre special teamer? What sense does that make? Greg Jennings got paid less then him. GM Jerry Reese makes some confusing transactions.

5. Cleveland signs CB Tramon Williams
Now, Tramon isn’t a bad player but he sure isn’t worth 7 million a year. He is also 33 so he will worsen. He was a okay No.2 option, you don’t pay a aging average corner that much.

6. Denver receives C Gino Gradkowski in a trade
Seriously, you expect Gino to be any better than Will Montgomery? Gino was awful as a starter for Baltimore in 2013, he is a okay backup, trading a 5th round pick for him is honestly a bad joke.

7. N.Y Giants sign OT Marshall Newhouse
The fact that he was signed is a embarrassment, Marshall has never been anything but below average. He has always been a liability. So why sign him?

8. Oakland signs S Nate Allen
Why pay 6 million for a mediocre safety when you already had Tyvon Branch? Yes Branch was hurt but Philadelphia didn’t want Nate back for a reason. Branch got 3 million in Kansas City so it’s a matter of value signing, and Oakland definitely overspent.

9. Jacksonville signs CB Davon House
Now Davon has always been a high potential player but paying him 6 million is ridiculous. He has never been a full time starter and has upside, but he is worth at maximum, 3 million.

10. Dallas signs DE Greg Hardy
When you sign a player 10 million, he better play at least half the season. Oh yeah, wife beater is suspended 10 games. Smart move Jerry Jones

Mock Draft

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
QB Jameis Winston, Florida State

2. Tennessee Titans
QB Marcus Mariota, Oregon

3. Jacksonville Jaguars
OLB Dante Fowler, Florida

4. Oakland Raiders
DT Leonard Williams, USC

5. Washington Redskins
OT Brandon Scherff, Iowa

6. N.Y Jets
OLB Vic Beasley, Clemson

7. Chicago Bears
WR Amari Cooper, Alabama

8. Atlanta Falcons
OLB Randy Gregory, Nebraska

9. N.Y Giants
S Landon Collins, Alabama

10. St. Louis Rams
WR Kevin White, West Virginia

11. Minnesota Vikings
CB Trae Waynes, Michigan State

12. Cleveland Browns
DT Danny Shelton, Washington

13. New Orleans Saints
OLB Shane Ray, Missouri

14. Miami Dolphins
MLB Benardrick McKinney, Mississippi State

15. San Francisco 49ers
DT Eddie Goleman, Florida State

16. Houston Texans
WR DeVante Parker, Louisville

17. Kansas City Chiefs
OT Ereck Flowers, Miami

18. San Diego Chargers
RB Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin

19. Cleveland Browns
DE Arik Armstead, Oregon

20. Philadelphia Eagles
OT La’el Collins, LSU

21. Cincinnati Bengals
DE Alvin Dupree, Kentucky

22. Pittsburgh Steelers
CB Marcus Peters, Washington

23. Detroit Lions
DT Malcolm Brown, Texas

24. Arizona Cardinals
RB Todd Gurley, Georgia

25. Carolina Panthers
OT Jake Fisher, Oregon

26. Baltimore Ravens
WR Jaelen Strong, Arizona State

27. Dallas Cowboys
CB Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest

28. Denver Broncos
OT Andrus Peat, Stanford

29. Indianapolis Colts
OT D.J Humphries, Florida

30. Green Bay Packers
MLB Eric Kendricks, California

31. New Orleans Saints
TE Maxx Williams, Minnesota

32. New England Patriots
DT Jordan Philips, Oklahoma

2015 NFL Draft positional rankings

Ranking over 347 NFL Prospects

1. Jameis Winston, Florida State 
2. Marcus Mariota, Oregon 
3. Brent Hundley, UCLA
4. Bryce Petty, Baylor
5. Garrett Grayson, Colorado State 
6. Sean Mannion, Oregon State
7. Connor Halliday, Washington State
8. Cody Farjado, Nevada 
9. Hutson Mason, Georgia 
10. Shane Carden, East Carolina
11. Anthony Boone, Duke 
12. Blake Sims, Alabama 
13. Taylor Heinicke, Old Dominion
14. Brandon Bridge, South Alabama
15. Bo Wallace, Ole Miss
16. Taylor Kelly, Arizona State

Running Backs
1. Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin 
2. Todd Gurley, Georgia 
3. T.J Yeldon, Alabama
4. Jay Ajayi, Boise State
5. Duke Johnson, Miami
6. Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska
7. Tevin Coleman, Indiana 
8. David Cobb, Minnesota 
9. Javorius Allen, USC
10. Jeremy Langford, Michigan State
11. Cameron Artis-Payne, Auburn
12. David Johnson, Northern Iowa
13. Mike Davis, South Carolina 
14. Karlos Williams, Florida State
15. Terrance Magee, LSU
16. Josh Robinson, Mississippi State
17. Matt Jones, Florida
18. Dominique Brown, Louisville 
19. Akeem Hunt, Purdue
20. Michael Dyer, Louisville 
21. Trey Williams, Texas A&M
22. John Crockett, North Dakota State 
23. Kevin Parks, Virginia
24. Marcus Murphy, Missouri 
25. Malcolm Brown, Texas
26. Kenny Hillard, LSU
27. Dreamius Smith, West Virginia 
28. Corey Grant, Auburn
29. Terrell Watson, Azusa Pacific
30. Malcolm Agnew, Southern Illinois

1. Jalston Fowler, Alabama
2. Mark Weisman, Iowa
3. Connor Neighbors, LSU 

Wide Receiver
1. Amari Cooper, Alabama
2. Kevin White, West Virginia 
3. Jaelen Strong, Arizona State
4. Dorial Green-Beckhum, Oklahoma 
5. DeVante Parker, Louisville 
6. Breshad Perriman, Central Florida
7. Nelson Agholor, USC
8. Rashad Greene, Florida State 
9. Sammie Coates, Auburn
10. Devin Smith, Ohio State
11. Philip Dorsett, Miami
12. Tyler Lockett, Kansas State
13. Justin Hardy, East Carolina 
14. Tre McBride, William & Mary
15. Tony Lippett, Michigan State 
16. Jamison Crowder, Duke
17. Kenny Bell, Nebraska 
18. Ty Montgomery, Stanford
19. Josh Harper, Fresno State 
20. Stefon Diggs, Maryland
21. DeVante Davis, UNLV
22. Austin Hill, Arizona 
23. Chris Conley, Georgia 
24. Dres Anderson, Utah
25. Jordan Taylor, Rice
26. Antwan Goodley, Baylor
27. Dezmin Lewis, Central Arkansas 
28. Vince Mayle, Washington State
29. Darren Waller, Georgia Tech
30. Rannell Hall, Central Florida
31. Evan Spencer, Ohio State
32. Titus Davis, Central Michigan 
33. Deontay Greenberry, Houston 
34. Geremy Davis, Connecticut
35. Mario Alford, West Virginia 
36. Jamarcus Nelson, UAB
37. Devin Gardner, Michigan 
38. DaVaris Daniels, Norte Dame
39. Bud Sasser, Missouri
40. Jordan Leslie, BYU

Tight Ends
1. Maxx Williams, Minnesota 
2. Devin Funchess, Michigan 
3. Clive Walford, Miami
4. Nick O’Leary, Florida State
5. Jesse James, Penn State 
6. Jeff Heuerman, Ohio State 
7. Nick Boyle, Delaware
8. Ben Koyack, Norte Dame
9. MyCole Pruitt, Southern Illinois
10. Tyler Kroft, Rutgers 
11. Gerald Christian, Louisville 
12. Blake Bell, Oklahoma 
13. C.J Uzomah, Auburn 
14. E.J Bibbs, Iowa State
15. Rory Anderson, South Carolina 
16. Gabe Holmes, Purdue
17. Casey Pierce, Kent State
18. Randall Telfer, USC
19. Jean Sifrin, Massachusetts 
20. Clay Burton, Florida 
21. Wes Saxton, South Alabama 

Offensive Tackles
1. Brandon Scherff, Iowa
2. La’el Collins, LSU
3. Andrus Peat, Stanford 
4. Ereck Flowers, Miami
5. Jake Fisher, Oregon 
6. D.J Humphries, Florida
7. Donovan Smith, Penn State 
8. T.J Clemmings, Pittsburgh 
9. Cedric Ogbuehi, Texas A&M 
10. Rob Havenstein, Wisconsin 
11. Ty Sambralio, Colorado State 
12. Darryl Williams, Oklahoma 
13. Sean Hickey, Syracuse 
14. Corey Robinson, South Carolina 
15. Austin Shepherd, Alabama
16. Darryl Baldwin, Ohio State 
17. Tyrus Thompson, Oklahoma
18. Andrew Donnal, Iowa
19. Laurence Gibson, Virginia Tech 
20. Jamon Brown, Louisville 
21. Takoby Cofield, Duke
22. Trenton Brown, Florida 
23. Terry Poole, San Diego State
24. Rob Crisp, North Carolina State    
25. Jake Rodgers, Eastern Washington 
26. Cameron Clear, Texas A&M 

Offensive Guards
1. A.J Cann, South Carolina 
2. Laken Tomlinson, Duke
3. Tre Jackson, Florida State 
4. Arie Kouandjio, Alabama
5. Ali Marpet, Hobart 
6. John Miller, Louisville 
7. Josue Matias, Florida State 
8. Jarvis Harrison, Texas A&M 
9. Jon Feliciano, Miami
10. Darrian Miller, Kentucky 
11. Jamil Douglas, Arizona State 
12. Mark Giowinski, West Virginia 
13. Mitch Morse, Missouri 
14. Adam Shead, Oklahoma 
15. Miles Dieffenbach, Penn State
16. Cody Wichmann, Rutgers
17. Ben Beckwith, Mississippi State 
18. Jeremiah Poutasi, Utah
19. Al Bond, Memphis 
20. Kevin Whimpey, Utah State

1. Cameron Erving, Florida State 
2. Hroniss Grasu, Oregon
3. Reese Dismukes, Auburn
4. Andy Gallik, Boston College 
5. B.J Finney, Kansas State
6. Max Garcia, Florida
7. David Andrews, Georgia 
8. Shaquille Mason, Georgia Tech
9. Jake Smith, Louisville 
10. Shane McDermott, Miami
11. Nick Easton, Harvard
12. Dillon Day, Mississippi State 

Defensive Ends
1. Alvin Dupree, Kentucky 
2. Arik Armstead, Oregon 
3. Owamagbe Odighizuwa, UCLA
4. Preston Smith, Mississippi State 
5. Mario Edwards Jr, Florida State
6. Danielle Hunter, LSU
7. Henry Anderson, Stanford 
8. Nate Orchard, Utah
9. Anthony Chickillo, Miami
10. Trey Flowers, Arkansas
11. Za’Darius Smith, Kentucky 
12. Frank Clark, Michigan 
13. Ray Drew, Georgia 
14. Corey Crawford, Clemson 
15. Shaquille Riddick, West Virginia 
16. Deon Barnes, Penn State 
17. Lynden Trail, Norfolk State
18. Cedric Reed, Texas
19. Jermauria Rasco, LSU 
20. Ryan Russell, Purdue 
21. Zack Wagenmann, Montana 
22. Obum Gwacham, Oregon State 
23. Brian Milhalik, Boston College
24. Carlos Thompson, Ole Miss
25. Ryan Mueller, Kansas State 
26. B.J Dubose, Louisville 
27. Caushaud Lyons, Tusculum 
28. David Irving, Iowa State 
29. Ryan Delarie, Towson
30. James Rouse, Marshall 
31. Alfy Hill, Winston-Salem

Defensive Tackles
1. Leonard Williams, USC
2. Danny Shelton, Washington 
3. Malcolm Brown, Texas
4. Eddie Goldman, Florida State 
5. Jordan Philips, Oklahoma 
6. Carl Davis, Iowa
7. Michael Bennett, Ohio State 
8. Xavier Cooper, Washington State 
9. Grady Jarrett, Clemson 
10. Marcus Hardison, Arizona State 
11. Gabe Wright, Auburn
12. Leterrius Walton, Central Michigan 
13. Ellis McCarthy, UCLA
14. Rakeem Nunez-Roches, Southern Mississippi 
15. Kaleb Eulls, Mississippi State 
16. Bobby Richardson, Indiana 
17. Christian Covington, Rice
18. David Parry, Stanford 
19. Xavier Williams, Northern Iowa 
20. Darius Philon, Arkansas 
21. Chucky Hunter, TCU
22. Derrick Lott, Chattanooga 
23. Kristjan Sokoll, Buffalo 
24. Deon Simon, Northwestern State
25. Louis Trinca-Pasat, Iowa
26. Tyeler Davison, Fresno State 
27. Angelo Blackson, Auburn
28. Travis Raciti, San Jose State 

Outside Linebackers
1. Dante Fowler, Florida 
2. Vic Beasley, Clemson
3. Randy Gregory, Nebraska 
4. Shane Ray, Missouri 
5. Shaq Thompson, Washington 
6. Eli Harold, Virginia 
7. Hau’oli Kilaha, Washington 
8. Kwon Alexander, LSU 
9. Lorenzo Mauldin, Louisville 
10. Jordan Hicks, Texas
11. Jake Ryan, Michigan 
12. Markus Golden, Missouri 
13. Mike Hull, Penn State 
14. Martrell Spaight, Arkansas 
15. Max Valles, Virginia 
16. Geneo Grissom, Oklahoma 
17. Alani Fua, BYU
18. Xzavier Dickson, Alabama 
19. Zach Hodges, Harvard 
20. Davis Tull, Chattanooga 
21. J.R Taval, USC
22. Marcus Rush, Michigan State 
23. Derrick Malone, Oregon 
24. Deiontrez Mount, Louisville 
25. Brock Hekking, Nevada 
26. Kyle Emmanuel, North Dakota State 
27. Reshard Cliett, South Florida 
28. James Vaughters, Stanford 
29. Junior Sylvestre, Toledo 
30. Sage Harold, James Madison 

Middle Linebackers
1. Eric Kendricks, California 
2. Benardrick McKinney, Mississippi State 
3. Stephone Anthony, Clemson
4. Paul Dawson, TCU
5. Denzel Perryman, Miami
6. Ben Heeney, Kansas 
7. Taiwan Jones, Michigan State 
8. Ramik Wilson, Georgia 
9. Hayes Pullard, USC
10. Trey DePriest, Alabama 
11. Bryce Hager, Baylor 
12. Curtis Grant, Ohio State 
13. Amarlo Herrera, Georgia 
14. Damien Wilson, Minnesota 
15. Zach Vigil, Utah State 
16. Jeff Luc, Cincinnati 
17. A.J Tarpley, Stanford 
18. Cameron Lynch, Syracuse 
19. Terrance Plummer, Central Florida 
20. A.J Johnson, Tennessee 

1. Trae Waynes, Michigan State 
2. Marcus Peters, Washington 
3. Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest 
4. P.J Williams, Florida State 
5. Jalen Collins, LSU 
6. Byron Jones, Connecticut 
7. Ronald Darby, Florida State 
8. Eric Rowe, Utah
9. Alex Carter, Stanford 
10. Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Oregon 
11. Senquez Golson, Ole Miss 
12. Quinten Rollins, Miami (OH)
13. Steven Nelson, Oregon State 
14. D’Joun Smith, Florida Atlantic 
15. Doran Grant, Ohio State 
16. Jacoby Glenn, Central Florida 
17. Josh Shaw, USC 
18. Justin Cox, Ole Miss 
19. Randall Evans, Kansas State 
20. Charles Gaines, Louisville 
21. Kevin White, TCU
22. Damian Swann, Georgia 
23. Deshazor Everett, Texas A&M 
24. Lorenzo Doss, Tulane 
25. JaCorey Shepherd, Kansas
26. Craig Mager, Texas State
27. Nick Marshall, Auburn 
28. Justin Coleman, Tennessee 
29. Julian Wilson, Oklahoma 
30. Quandre Diggs, Texas
31. Bobby McCain, Memphis 
32. Darryl Roberts, Marshall 
33. Dexter McDonald, Kansas
34. Bernard Blake, Colorado State 
35. Cody Riggs, Norte Dame 
36. Bryce Callahan, Rice
37. Curtis Riley, Fresno State 
38. Donald Celiscar, Western Michigan 
39. Robertson Daniel, BYU
40. Gary Peters, Clemson

Free Safety
1. Cody Prewitt, Ole Miss 
2. Kurtis Drummond, Michigan State 
3. Gerod Holliman, Louisville 
4. Durell Eskridge, Syracuse 
5. Damarious Randall, Arizona State 
6. Chris Hackett, TCU
7. Derron Smith, Fresno State 
8. Adrian Amos, Penn State 
9. Anthony Harris, Virginia
10. Jermaine Whitehead, Auburn 
11. Ryan Murphy, Oregon State
12. Nick Perry, Alabama 
13. Ladarius Gunter, Miami
14. Tevin McDonald, Eastern Washington 
15. Dean Marlowe, James Madison 

Strong Safety
1. Landon Collins, Alabama 
2. Ibrahelm Campbell, Northwestern 
3. James Sample, Louisville 
4. Jordan Richards, Stanford 
5. Clayton Geathers, Central Florida 
6. Anthony Jefferson, UCLA
7. Jaquski Tartt, Samford 
8. John Lowdermilk, Iowa
9. Erick Dargan, Oregon
10. Sam Carter, TCU
11. Kyshoen Jarrett, Virginia Tech
12. Isaiah Johnson, Georgia Tech
13. Brian Blechen, Utah
14. Roberson Therezie, Auburn 
15. Ronald Martin, LSU


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