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Mikey Daniel FB South Dakota St

Evin Ksiezarczyk OL Buffalo

Hunter Atkinson OT GA St

Chris Rowland WR Tennessee St

Scottie Dill OL Memphis

Jordan Williams OLB Baylor

Bryson Young DE Oregon

Tyler Hall CB Wyoming

Rojesterman Farris II CB Hawaii

Delrick Abrams Jr CB Colorado

Austin Capps OG Arkansas

Caleb Repp TE Utah St

Hinwa Allieu DL University of Nebraska at Kearney

Austin Edwards DE Ferris St

Jared Pinkney TE Vanderbilt 

Rayshawn Wilborn OLB Ball St

Juwan Green WR Albany

Sailosi Latu DT San Jose St

Jalen McCleskey WR Tulane

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Let's do this Mikey Daniel FB South Dakota St Evin Ksiezarczyk OL Buffalo Hunter Atkinson OT GA St Chris Rowland WR Tennessee St Scottie Dill OL Memphis Jordan Williams O

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Ksiezarczyk is a decent get. Scouting report:
He became a starter as a sophomore left tackle and finished his career with 39 straight starts, earning first-team all-conference honors as a senior. Ksiezarczyk stays square in his pass sets with the efficient footwork to mirror mid-kickslide. However, he plays too narrow, which leads to inconsistent body angles, especially when climbing to the second level. He is more of a pusher than a latch-and-control drive blocker in the run game, falling off balance and allowing defenders to wriggle free. Overall, Ksiezarczyk has next level smarts and good-enough lower body movements, but he needs to be more forceful with his upper half, specifically his hands, to have any shot of making an NFL roster.

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Tyler Hall:

He signed with the only FBS program to offer him and developed into a defensive MVP at Wyoming. Switching between outside corner and nickel, his versatility was a key to his production and he became the first player in school history with multiple kick returns for touchdowns in the same year, averaging 31.7 yards per return in his career. Hall owns the requisite mental and physical toughness to hang in the slot and isn’t afraid to use physicality to make receivers uncomfortable. However, he will get handsy and attract flags and his lack of size leaves little margin of error in run support. Overall, Hall has NFL speed and takes it personally when completions happen on his watch, but he must be more disciplined in coverage to survive roster cuts.

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