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2013 Prospect Watch List

Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by sfout:
Lotulelei! Go Utes! McShay has some halfa** mock with the same draft order of 2012 for next year, has him going #1 to the colts lol

But seriously people need to take notice of Da'Rick Rogers. 6'3" 215 - 67 catches for 1040 yards + 9 TDs 15.5 YPC. He's a junior but I think if Tyler Bray declares that he will as well, especially if he has another monster year.
Only a Junior...at this point I'm only posting about Seniors.....but keep his name floating around.

Good to see he stayed at Tenn.

you should post about juniors as well. A lot of times the first round is filled with Jrs.

At this point its a crap shoot...gotta wait till mid season to see who is blowing up, those guys should declare. But the seniors we know will be declaring. Once rankings start to get established on actual 2012 numbers I will post more guys. Hopefully OTC, MD, Sundevil, and AB can offer more names on a consistent basis.

yeah. I'm pretty sure guys like Woods and Allen will declare. Who are the good CBs and DEs this year?

give me a little bit and I will be adding more guys, should be less then an hour
Originally posted by jreff22:
give me a little bit and I will be adding more guys, should be less then an hour

i dont know if theyre many DE

but this is a great CB class
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by sfout:
Lotulelei! Go Utes! McShay has some halfa** mock with the same draft order of 2012 for next year, has him going #1 to the colts lol

But seriously people need to take notice of Da'Rick Rogers. 6'3" 215 - 67 catches for 1040 yards + 9 TDs 15.5 YPC. He's a junior but I think if Tyler Bray declares that he will as well, especially if he has another monster year.
Only a Junior...at this point I'm only posting about Seniors.....but keep his name floating around.

Good to see he stayed at Tenn.

you should post about juniors as well. A lot of times the first round is filled with Jrs.

At this point its a crap shoot...gotta wait till mid season to see who is blowing up, those guys should declare. But the seniors we know will be declaring. Once rankings start to get established on actual 2012 numbers I will post more guys. Hopefully OTC, MD, Sundevil, and AB can offer more names on a consistent basis.

yeah. I'm pretty sure guys like Woods and Allen will declare. Who are the good CBs and DEs this year?

give me a little bit and I will be adding more guys, should be less then an hour

awesome, thanks dude
CB prospects who fit the height/weight style we go after




Johnthan Banks Mississippi State
6-1 185


Jordan Poyer Oregon State
5-11 190


Micah Hyde Iowa
6-1 185


Branden Smith Georgia
5-11 176


Rod Sweeting Georgia Tech
6-0 184


Desmond Trufant Washington
6-0 185


Brandon McGee Miami
6-0 190


Travis Howard Ohio State
6-0 190


T.J. Bryant Southern California
5-11 185


Terry Hawthorne Illinois
6-0 190


Aaron Hester UCLA
6-1 206


Trey Wilson Vanderbilt
5-11 190


Blidi Wreh-Wilson Connecticut
6-0 192
3-4 OLB class will be interesting. Right now, I don't see too many top seniors

Chase Thomas is of course out there.

But the 5 underclassman I'm excited to see next year (in no order):
Corey Lemonier, Auburn
Sam Montgomery, LSU
Jeremiah Attaochu, Georgia Tech
Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas
Stansly Maponga, TCU

As far as underclass WR's with size, how about:
Cody Hoffman, BYU? A 6-4 WR that returns kicks! And his hand are impressive as well. If BYU can get consistent QBing, he should have a 1500yard receiving year and leave for the NFL. He is from Crescent City and only Sacramento State and BYU offered this kid, and if he did stay at BYU for his senior year, he has a great shot at setting new school records.

If Hoffman blows up, you heard about him from me first
Originally posted by SunDevilNiner79:
3-4 OLB class will be interesting. Right now, I don't see too many top seniors

Chase Thomas is of course out there.

But the 5 underclassman I'm excited to see next year (in no order):
Corey Lemonier, Auburn
Sam Montgomery, LSU
Jeremiah Attaochu, Georgia Tech
Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas
Stansly Maponga, TCU

As far as underclass WR's with size, how about:
Cody Hoffman, BYU? A 6-4 WR that returns kicks! And his hand are impressive as well. If BYU can get consistent QBing, he should have a 1500yard receiving year and leave for the NFL. He is from Crescent City and only Sacramento State and BYU offered this kid, and if he did stay at BYU for his senior year, he has a great shot at setting new school records.

If Hoffman blows up, you heard about him from me first

will remember, lol

btw about the 3-4 OLB underclassmen, what about Barkevious Mingo from LSU? He's like 6'5'', 245, and had 9 sacks last year I believe. I'm a big Chase Thomas fan too btw.
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
will remember, lol

btw about the 3-4 OLB underclassmen, what about Barkevious Mingo from LSU? He's like 6'5'', 245, and had 9 sacks last year I believe. I'm a big Chase Thomas fan too btw.

yeah definately Mingo is in the conversation. Just trying to limit it to 5, and Montgomery had the better year. Montgomery was a force on every play
DE prospects made up of DT/DE players, again only seniors on this list.



Jordan Hill Penn State
6-1 298


Sheldon Richardson Missouri
6-3 290


Aaron Tipoti California
6-2 295


Joe Vellano Maryland
6-2 285


Everett Dawkins Florida State
6-2 295


Baker Steinkuhler Nebraska
6-5 290


Scott Vallone Rutgers
6-3 278


A.J. Francis Maryland
6-4 295


Stacy McGee Oklahoma
6-3 299


Garrett Goebel Ohio State
6-3 290


Margus Hunt Southern Methodist
6-7 288


Izaan Cross Georgia Tech
6-4 292


Kapron Lewis-Moore Notre Dame
6-4 300


Quinton Dial Alabama
6-5 295


Chancey Aghayere LSU
6-4 279


Will Pericak Colorado
6-4 285


Damion Square Alabama
6-3 285
ILB prospects, hopefully Grant resigns but Gooden could walk.



Manti Te'o Notre Dame
6-2 255


Kevin Reddick North Carolina
6-2 240


Shayne Skov Stanford
6-3 244


Bruce Taylor Virginia Tech
6-2 243


Patrick Larimore UCLA
6-3 250


Michael Mauti Penn State
6-2 242


Kenny Demens Michigan
6-1 248


A.J. Klein Iowa State
6-1 243


Jonathan Bostic Florida
6-1 243


Vince Williams Florida State
6-0 240
KEENAN ALLEN
PR/KR specialist. We have a 50/50 chance Ginn is gone at the end of the season. James will not handle the duties, Cox is on the bubble, I doubt we use Jenkins, Williams is on the bubble, and Hunter needs to stay healthy. A viable solution needs to be found ASAP with the ability to contribute outside of ST duties.



Justin Veltung, WR
Idaho 5-11 180


Dustin Harris, DB
Texas A&M 6-1 175


Jamal Miles, WR
Arizona State 5-10 180


Tavon Austin, WR
West Virginia 5-9 176


Andre Booker, WR
Marshall 5-10 178
Great job jreff22! Hopefully we can find a good PR/KR next year
Great thread, jreff.

A lot of good NT prospects next year considering there wasn't plenty in this last draft.

Also interested to watch more on the DBs from Miami. They have some big, athletic DBs.
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Originally posted by tohara3:
Great job jreff22! Hopefully we can find a good PR/KR next year

We already did.
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We might make it 3 straight years of drafting an RB if Gore really retires after this season so I feel compelled to mention this guy

Zac Stacey RB Vanderbilt, listed as 5-9 208 - so he could likely be 5-8 and bulk up to 215-220 ^_^



201 Att 1193 Yards Long of 77 5.9 YPA for 14 TDs