Scouting report for ex-Virginia-Lynchburg defensive tackle and N.F.L. Supplemental Draft prospect Lakendrick Ross.
Titus Davis from Central Michigan leads the ways, as Football.com writer lists his Top 5 Mid-American Conference Prospects.
DD.comment: Nice job by the Football.com writer in ranking the prospects from the M.A.C. His predictions seem very sound and it's the type of article we like linking in our blog....Using our league sources, we've posted DD.com's 'way too early' list of the top senior prospects from the M.A.C., with hulking Buffalo Bulls offensive tackle Jake Silas leading the way. Silas is currently projected as a potential 5th to 6th round pick, but has the chance to raise his stock as a senior.
1) OT Jake Silas ~ University at Buffalo
2) FB Trayion Durham ~ Kent State University
3) SS Dechane Durante ~ Northern Illinois
4) LB Lee Skinner ~ University at Buffalo
5) WR Titus Davis ~ Central Michigan
6) SS Justin Currie ~ Western Michigan
7) RB Jawon Chisom ~ Akron University
8) OG Greg Mancz ~ University of Toledo
9) LB Justin March ~ Akron University
10) OC Trevor Sales ~ University at Buffalo
11) FS Josh Kristoff ~ Ohio University
12) CB Cortney Lester ~ University at Buffalo
13) WR Chris Humphrey ~ Kent State University
14) OG Andre Davis ~ University at Buffalo
15) LB D.J. Lynch ~ Bowling Green University
16) OT Lincoln Hansen ~ Eastern Michigan
Oregon.247sports takes a quick glance at Oregon cornerback and likely first round pick Ifo Ekpre-Olomu.
NFL.com: Oregon State quarterback Sean Mannion working to improve on third-round grade from N.F.L.
Auburn University transfer Christian Westerman looks to make impact at left guard for Arizona State.
Maxwell Football Club announces Maxwell and Bednarik Awards pre-season Watch Lists for 2014.
Vic Beasley selected 6th overall by Dallas in Draftsite.com writer's early Two Round N.F.L. Mock Draft.
In-depth pre-season scouting report for Ohio State defensive tackle and N.F.L. prospect Michael Bennett.
Ex-N.F.L. player and scout Bucky Brooks' Film Room: Baylor's Bryce Petty has much to prove to scouts.
A couple weeks ago we decided to start ranking the top seniors for the 2015 N.F.L. Draft. With a lot of help from several good friends, who are very well connected to pro scouts and player personnel men, we began the process of ranking the senior prospects, position-by-position.....Hopefully the rankings we post in the next few weeks will give fans a fairly accurate snapshot of how many N.F.L. scouts currently view the top senior prospects -- none of our sources will go on record regarding the underclassmen.
Doesn't mean things won't change significantly by next year, as the top players still have to stay healthy, perform well as seniors and impress at all-star games, the Combine and personal workouts. Nothing is guaranteed, even for the currently top rated prospects.
Today our rankings continue: Top Senior Fullbacks (Bio/Stats links included):
1) Jalston Fowler ~ University of Alabama
2) Trayion Durham ~ Kent State (Tailback/Fullback)
3) Hunter Joyer ~ University of Florida
4) Joey Iosefa ~ University of Hawaii
5) Malcolm Johnson ~ Mississippi State (H-Back/Fullback)
6) Mark Weisman ~ University of Iowa (Tailback/Fullback)
7) Joe Bergeron ~ University of Texas (Tailback/Fullback)
8) Aaron Ripkowski ~ Oklahoma University (Classic Blocking Back)
9) Jimmay Mundine ~ Kansas University (H-Back/Fullback)
10) Jeremy Meyers ~ Southeastern Louisiana (H-Back/Fullback)
DD.comment: Per our info, Jalston Fowler is currently the only senior fullback that carries a solid draftable grade. Going into his final college season, he's considered a 4th to 5th round pick. Joyer and Durham are behind him, with pre-season (borderline) 7th round grades. After that, it's mostly a collection of bigger tailbacks (with less than ideal speed?) and smallish college tight ends projected as possible pro fullbacks who make up our very early list.