(1)Aaron Donald, DT Pittsburgh - (2)Jordan Matthews, WR Vanderbilt - (3)Jack Mewhort, OL Ohio State
(4)Arthur Lynch, TE Georgia - (5)Bryan Stork, C Florida State - (5)Tyler Gaffney, RB Stanford
(6)Prince Shembo, OLB Notre Dame
Some intresting prospects in Texas VS Nation game.. Obviously this game isn't as quality as Sr Bowl or Shrine, but still has guys who will do well at Next level and be steals in later rds, eventually... Heres a list of guys in game that peak my interest..
DJ Harper RB Boise St
Martel Moore WR No.Illinois- This kids gonna play on sundays..
LaAdrian Waddle OT Texas Tech- I've been intrested in this kid , who has the makings of a solid bench RT in the pros with outside shot as starter..
Ray Ray Armstrong S Faulkner- Was a high ranked prospect with Miami but was let go by them and has off field issues, but a bunch of talent, and gets a chance to showcase that talent here, and if he does could get drafted and be a steal. He was perdicted as a 1st rder at one point a yr ago or so..
Matt McGloin QB Penn St- He improved so much this past yr, and could be solid guy in 7th rd or as a UDF to groom or take a chance on..
George Winn RB Cincy- Very productive player this past yr after getting his shot with Pead going to pros..
Lonnie Pryor FB Fla St
TJ Moe WR Mizzo- I like this kid, and think he could be a mix of Edelman/Welker, as he can line up outwide or in Slot, and is a gritty player..
MeShak Williams OLB/DE K-state
Dan Molls ILB Toledo- Give this kid a shot to make a roster, and he'll probably do just that and be a good bench player and excellent ST'er..
Kenny Okoro CB W.Forest- oodles of talent, but hasen't lived up to it really.. Could be coached up and be a solid player possibly
Jordan Kovacs S Michigan
vs TCU 2011 Doug Martin didnt play .
vs Miami Ohio 2012 cutting seems better a year removed from injury
Here's a fun one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPYfjUFdtVs
JUCO WR Courtney Gardener- The guy's got prototype size (6'3 215), and some pretty rediculous run's after the catch
Draft insider Tony Pauline is hearing junior college WR product Courtney Gardner's name is making rounds in the NFL scouting community.
Gardner just finished his time at Sierra College and was expected to attend Oklahoma in the fall, but academic issues forced him to the NFL instead. The big bodied (6'3/215) is extremely smooth on his cuts after the catch and physical skills appear to have scouts intrigued. He recorded a 10.7 second 100 meter run in the last few years. http://www.rotoworld.com/headlines/c...aft-headlines/