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These are done by Damond Talbot, and is from the site that I referenced in an earlier thread. The round estimations are also done by him. Pay attention, b/c a lot of these guys tend to get overlooked

http://nfldraftzone....draft-rankings/

BW Webb - CB - William & Mary - 6’0 - 190 – 2nd

Da’Rick Rogers – WR – Tennessee Tech – 6’3 – 206 – 2nd

Robert Alford – CB – SE Louisiana – 6’1 – 200 – 2nd

Aaron Melette - WR - Elon - 6’3 - 212 – 3rd

Brandon Williams –DT - Missouri Southern St - 6’2 – 328 – 3rd

Quanterus Smith – DE – Western Kentucky – 6’5 – 249 – 3rd

Ray Ray Armstrong - S - Faulkner - 6’2 - 220 – 4th

Miguel Maysonet - RB - Stony Brook - 6’1 - 225 – 4th

Manase Foketi – OT – West Texas A&M – 6’6 – 305- 4th

Brad Sorensen - QB - Southern Utah - 6’5 - 235 – 5th

David Bass - DE - Missouri Western - 6’5 - 275 - 5th

Keith Pough - OLB - Howard - 6’2 - 235 - 5th

Earl Watford - OG - James Madison - 6’4 - 295 – 5th

Terron Armstead - OT - Arkansas Pine-Bluff - 6’5 - 305 – 5th

Rontez Miles - S - California (PA) - 6’0 - 210 – 6th

Montori Hughes - DT - Tennessee Martin - 6’3 - 330 – 6th

Tyrone Goard - WR - Eastern Kentucky - 6’3 - 196 – 6th

Mark Jackson – OT – Glenville State – 6’6 – 310- 6th

Mike Catapano - DE - Princeton - 6’4 - 272 – 6th

Jasper Collins - WR - Mount Union - 6’2 - 180 – 6th

Jamaal Johnson – Webb – OT – Alabama State – 6′ 5 – 305 – 6th

Vernon Kearnery – CB – Lane – 6’1 – 186 – 7th

Isiah Wiley – CB – Belhaven – 5’11 – 185 – 7th

Brent Russell - DT - Georgia Southern - 6’2 - 285 – 7h

Malcolm Bronson - S - McNeese State - 5’11 - 190 -7th

Greg Reid - CB - Valdosta State - 5’8 - 185 – 7th

Ryan Schraeder - OT - Valdosta State – 6’5 - 310 - 7th

Eric Kush - OC - California PA - 6’3 - 290 – 7th

Demetris McCray - CB - Appalachian State - 6’0 - 185 -7th

Washaun Ealey - RB - Jacksonville State - 5’11 - 215 – 7th

JC Tretter - OT - Cornell - 6’4 - 300 – 7th

Nic Williams – DT – Samford – 6’5 – 300 – 7th

Kejuan Riley - S - Alabama State - 6’1 - 215 – PFA

Brad Davis – OLB – Elizabeth City State – 6’2 – 255 – PFA

Casey Brockman – QB – Murray State – 6’2 – 220 – PFA

Trabis Ward – RB – Tennessee State – 5’11 – 215 – PFA

Patrick Murray – K – Fordham – 5’9 – 170 – PFA

Charles James – CB – Charleston Southern – 5’11 – 180 – PFA

Daxton Swanson – DB –Sam Houston State – 5’10 = 186 – PFA

Darnell Taylor – SS – Sam Houston State – 5’11 – 190 – PFA

JJ Wilcox – SS – Georgia Southern – 6’0 – 215 – PFA

Kyle Jusczyk - TE - Harvard - 6’2 - 245 – PFA

Justin Wilson - WR - Delaware State - 6’0 - 190 – PFA

Zach Brown – K – Portland State – 5’11 – PFA

Kevin Finney – TE – Richmond – 6’5 – 256 – PFA

Greg Hardy – TE – Montana – 6’3 – 259 PFA

Garrett Gilkey – OT – Chadron State – 6’8 – 300 – PFA

Jamaine Cook – RB – Youngstown State – 5’9 – 215 – PFA

Ryan Spadola - WR - Lehigh - 6’1 - 200 – PFA

Daronte McNeil - RB – Elizabeth City State - 6’2 - 217 PFA

Nate Palmer - DE - Illinois State - 6’3 - 240 – PFA

Colin Anderson - TE - Furman - 6’4 - 200 – PFA

Cooper Taylor - S - Richmond - 6’3 - 210 – PFA

Ty Powell – OLB – Harding – 6’2 – 246 – PFA

Blake Matthews – OL – Norfolk State – 6’5 – 305 – PFA

Garth Heikkinen – OC – Minnesota – Diluth – 6’3 – 305 – PFA

Marquis Jackson - DE - Portland State - 6’5 - 260 – PFA

Luke Marquart - OT - Azusa Pacific - 6’10 - 315 – PFA

Eric Breitenstein - FB - Wofford - 5’10 – 234 – PFA

Robert McCabe - ILB - Georgetown - 6’1 - 230 – PFA

Edmund Kigbila – OG – Valdosta State – 6’4 – 362 – PFA

Terren Jones - OT - Alabama State - 6’9 - 320 – PFA

Quentin Sims - WR - UT Martin - 6’3 - 180 – PFA

Roderick Tomlin – OT – Murray State – 6’5 – 310 – PFA

Jumal Rolle – CB – Catawaba – 6’0 – 180 – PFA

Brandon Thurmond - DE - Arkanas Pine-Bluff - 6’2 - 260 – UDFA

Cordell Robinson – WR – Stephen F. Austin – 6’3 – 204 – UDFA

Matt Evans – ILB – New Hampshire - 6’1 – 240 – UDFA

Craig Wilkins - OLB - Old Dominion - 6’1 - 210 – UDFA

Lamar Mady - OG - Youngstown State - 6’3 - 290 – UDFA

Jamar Hornsby – SS – Tuskegee – 6’3 – 200 – UDFA

Alex Carder – QB – Western Michigan – 6’2 – 208 – UDFA

Matt Brown - QB - Illinois State - 6’4 - 238 – UDFA

Ronnell Ramsey – OT – Lane – 6’11- 345 – UDFA

Michael Hill - RB - Missouri Western - 5’11 - 205 - UDFA

Rico Richardson - WR - Jackson State - 6’2 - 200 UDFA

Chris Slaughter - WR - Fort Valley State - 6’3 - 170 – UDFA

Armonty Bryant - DE - East Central - 6’3 - 257 - UDFA

Nicholas Edwards - WR - Eastern Washington - 6’3 - 201 – UDFA

Serge Kona – SS – Duquesne – 6’3 – 199 – UDFA

Joseph LeBeau - DE - Jackson State - 6’1 - 245 – UDFA

Freddie Bishop – DE – Western Michigan – 6’2 – 250 – UDFA

Mitchell Gale - QB - Abilene Christian - 6’2 - 226 – UDFA

Kendall Gaskins - FB - Richmond - 6’0 - 245 – UDFA

Xavier Boyce - WR - Norfolk State - 6’4 – 220 – UDFA

Caleb Schreibeis – DE – Montana State – 6’4 – 270 – UDFA

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Miguel Maysonet - RB - Stony Brook - 6’1 - 225 – 4th

Ummmmm.... incorrect data.

Maysonet is 5'10" and 210 lbs.

And this is on his good days ph34r.png

BIG difference.

Yeah, I'm not sure where he got his measurables on that one. I posted this more for the names and the rankings. I'll pay attention to the combine and their pro days for measurables and 40 time, since they always seem to differ from college.

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Some quality prospects on that list I know a lot people are higher on Aaron Mallette than they were on Brian Quick last year. Maysonet is a very intriguing option at running back. Brad Sorenson can definitely play.

Of course Ray Ray and Da'Rick Rogers have always been highly touted prospects.

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Some quality prospects on that list I know a lot people are higher on Aaron Mallette than they were on Brian Quick last year. Maysonet is a very intriguing option at running back. Brad Sorenson can definitely play.

Of course Ray Ray and Da'Rick Rogers have always been highly touted prospects.

Personally, I'm most interested in Kieth Pough and Brandon Williams. Pough is the FCS leader in tackles, and probably could be had late, not a great pass defender, but a monster run defender that could take James' spot for us. Williams has the size and speed to play all over in 3-4 and 4-3 like Lotulelei and Nix. He's been invited to the senior bowl so I'm very interested to see what he can do against better competition.

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