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Underclassmen declared for the draft as of 11/30

Rbs Ka'Deem Carey and Jeremy Hill, OLB Carl Bradford and
OG Yankey declare per PFT and Rotoworld.

It's turning into a GREAT year to have 6 picks in the first
3 rounds.
OT La'el Collins returning according to Twitter report.

Also OG Trai Turner going pro, from LSU.
Jeremy Hill is the #1 RB IMO. I would love Yankey. He could play swing tackle and eventually feel one of the guards spots we have to let go because of cap reasons. Yankey is basically tailor made for this system and I bet if Guard is a concern for the brain trust then Harbaugh is on the box for Yankey.
Originally posted by eonblue:
Jeremy Hill is the #1 RB IMO. I would love Yankey. He could play swing tackle and eventually feel one of the guards spots we have to let go because of cap reasons. Yankey is basically tailor made for this system and I bet if Guard is a concern for the brain trust then Harbaugh is on the box for Yankey.

It's still very early of course, but I believe they would have to use their 1st rounder on Yankey (which I'd be fine with, if the team doesn't feel they can sign Iupati long-term) or move up in the 2nd to get him. The draft is deep enough to warrant picking a stud like Yankey early, meaning you can still get quality WRs/DBs with the other 5 picks in rounds 2-3.
Surprised there is no Shrine thread yet, but here are the prospect measurements...

http://nfldrafttracker.blogspot.com/2014/01/eastwest-shrine-game-weigh-ins-and.html?spref=tw
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Stanford S Reynolds will enter the NFL draft

Stanford redshirt junior S Ed Reynolds will enter the 2014 NFL Draft.

This, apparently, was not a surprise. Reynolds has a chance at being one of the top prospects selected at the position. That, however, might not happen until the late second or early third day. Our own Josh Norris would rank ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Calvin Pryor over Reynolds, at the very least.


Source: David Lombardi on Twitter
[ Edited by buck on Jan 14, 2014 at 12:39 PM ]
OLB Carl Bradford is leaving for the NFL. Reportedly received some 1st round grades from the advisory committee.

6-1, 245lbs

About 4.6 speed, and will have some of the best measurables at the combine. For example in the off season he cleaned 400lbs (the amount 300lbs lineman do).

In 2 years he had: 40.5 TFL, 20 sacks, 141 tackles, 6 Forced Fumbles, 8 passes broken up, 2 INT.

His best NFL comparison is Clay Matthews, but he isn't nearly as polished as a pass rusher. He will be raw coming into the NFL and probably only used situationally for the first half of his rookie year as he learns.
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I believe the deadline is tomorrow.

There will be a 72-hour window of opportunity to withdraw from the draft without penalty for those players who have NOT signed with an agent.


We should get the final list from the NFL in the middle of next week.
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Yay, I can finnish my way too early mock draft with Reynolds declaring
Stanford OT Cam Fleming declared late last night.
Originally posted by buck:
Stanford S Reynolds will enter the NFL draft

Stanford redshirt junior S Ed Reynolds will enter the 2014 NFL Draft.

This, apparently, was not a surprise. Reynolds has a chance at being one of the top prospects selected at the position. That, however, might not happen until the late second or early third day. Our own Josh Norris would rank ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Calvin Pryor over Reynolds, at the very least.


Source: David Lombardi on Twitter

With the depth in this year's draft, some serious talent is going to drop. If we can't re-sign Whitner, it would be perfect if we could trade into the early/mid third for Reynolds, when he should be a solid 2nd rounder. WR depth is huge this year, too. This could be a draft that sustains us for years. GREAT positioning and working the draft for years to load us up with picks in a draft that is stacked with talent right where we have needs!
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http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/01/15/stanfords-leading-receiver-and-interception-leader-return-for-2014/

Stanford WR Ty Montgomery and S Jordan Richards are staying in school
[ Edited by sfout on Jan 15, 2014 at 10:44 AM ]
  • buck
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So far 94 underclassmen have indicated that they will enter the NFL draft.

Here they are listed by position.

compiled from http://www.gbnreport.com/juniors.htm

Sammy Watkins WR 6-1, 205 Clemson
Mike Evans WR 6-4, 225 Texas A&M
Kelvin Benjamin WR 6-5, 235 Florida State
Marqise Lee WR 6-0, 195 Southern California
Allen Robinson WR 6-2, 205 Penn State
Davante Adams WR 6-1, 200 Fresno State
Donte Moncrief WR 6-2, 225 Mississippi
Brandin Cooks WR 5-10, 175 Oregon State
Odell Beckham WR 5-11, 190 LSU
Jarvis Landry WR 6-0, 195 LSU
Paul Richardson WR 6-0, 170 Colorado
Josh Stewart WR 5-10, 185 Oklahoma State
Brandon Coleman WR 6-5, 220 Rutgers
Bruce Ellington WR 5-9, 200 South Carolina
Martavis Bryant WR 6-5, 200 Clemson
Cody Latimer WR 6-2, 215 Indiana
Chris Boyd WR 6-3, 205 Vanderbilt
Austin Franklin WR 6-1, 205 New Mexico State
Willie Snead WR 5-10, 195 Ball State
Eric Ebron TE 6-3, 250 North Carolina
Jace Amaro TE 6-5, 260 Texas Tech
Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE 6-6, 265 Washington
Xavier Grimble TE 6-5, 260 Southern California
Troy Niklas TE 6-6, 270 Notre Dame
Colt Lyerla TE 6-5, 250 Oregon
Jake Murphy TE 6-4, 255 Utah
Richard Rodgers TE 6-4, 245 California
A.C. Leonard TE 6-4, 245 Tennessee State
Mike Flacco TE 6-5, 245 New Haven
Vinnie Sunseri SS 6-0, 210 Alabama
Dion Bailey SS 6-0, 200 Southern California
Lache Seastrunk RB 5-9, 210 Baylor
Bishop Sankey RB 5-9, 200 Washington
Ka'Deem Carey RB 5-9, 200 Arizona
Kapri Bibbs RB 5-10, 205 Colorado State
Tre Mason RB 5-9, 200 Auburn
Jeremy Hill RB 6-0, 235 LSU
Devonta Freeman RB 5-9, 205 Florida State
Terrance West RB 5-10, 225 Towson
Jerome Smith RB 5-11, 230 Syracuse
Isaiah Crowell RB 5-10, 190 Alabama State
Storm Johnson RB 6-0, 220 Central Florida
James Wilder RB 6-1, 220 Florida State
George Atkinson RB 6-0, 210 Notre Dame
Adam Muema RB 5-9, 205 San Diego State
Darrin Reaves RB 5-9, 210 Alabama-Birmingham
Henry Josey RB 5-9, 190 Missouri
Teddy Bridgewater QB 6-2, 220 Louisville
Blake Bortles QB 6-3, 225 Central Florida
Johnny Manziel QB 6-0, 210 Texas A&M
Brett Smith QB 6-2, 210 Wyoming
Greg Robinson OT 6-5, 320 Auburn
Cyrus Kouandjio OT 6-5, 320 Alabama
Tiny Richardson OT 6-5, 330 Tennessee
Cameron Fleming OT 6-5, 320 Stanford
Carl Bradford OLB 6-1, 245 Arizona State
Xavier Su'a-Filo OG 6-2, 305 UCLA
Trai Turner OG 6-2, 310 LSU
Louis Nix NT 6-3, 335 Notre Dame
Viliami Moala NT 6-1, 340 California
Ryan Shazier LB 6-0, 225 Ohio State
Adrian Hubbard LB 6-5, 255 Alabama
Yawin Smallwood LB 6-2, 245 UConn
Khairi Fortt LB 6-2, 240 California
Ronald Powell LB 6-2, 235 Florida
David Yankey G/T 6-5, 315 Stanford
Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix FS 6-2, 210 Alabama
Ed Reynolds FS 6-1, 205 Stanford
Calvin Pryor FS 6-1, 210 Louisville
Jonathan Dowling FS 6-2, 200 Western Kentucky
Pierre Warren FS 6-0, 205 Jacksonville State
Timmie Jernigan DT 6-2, 295 Florida Stae
Ego Ferguson DT 6-2, 305 LSU
Anthony Johnson DT 6-2, 295 LSU
Kelcy Quarles DT 6-3, 300 South Carolina
Jadeveon Clowney DE 6-5, 275 South Carolina
Stephon Tuitt DE 6-5, 295 Notre Dame
Kony Ealy DE 6-5, 270 Missouri
Scott Crichton DE 6-3, 260 Oregon State
Jeoffrey Pagan DE 6-3, 295 Alabama
Demarcus Lawrence DE 6-2, 245 Boise State
George Uko DE 6-3, 275 Southern California
Aaron Lynch DE 6-5, 250 South Florida
Bradley Roby CB 5-10, 195 Ohio State
Louchiez Purifoy CB 6-0, 185 Florida
Marcus Roberson CB 5-11,195 Florida
Vic Hampton CB 5-10, 200 South Carolina
Terrance Mitchell CB 5-11, 190 Oregon
Bashaud Breeland CB 6-0,195 Clemson
Kam Jackson CB 5-9, 175 California
Russell Bodine C 6-3, 310 North Carolina
Marcus Martin C 6-2, 310 Southern California
De'Anthony Thomas 5-9, 170 Oregon
[ Edited by buck on Jan 15, 2014 at 11:04 AM ]
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Originally posted by buck:
So far 94 underclassmen have indicated that they will enter the NFL draft.

Here they are listed by position.

compiled from http://www.gbnreport.com/juniors.htm

Sammy Watkins WR 6-1, 205 Clemson
Mike Evans WR 6-4, 225 Texas A&M
Kelvin Benjamin WR 6-5, 235 Florida State
Marqise Lee WR 6-0, 195 Southern California
Allen Robinson WR 6-2, 205 Penn State
Davante Adams WR 6-1, 200 Fresno State
Donte Moncrief WR 6-2, 225 Mississippi
Brandin Cooks WR 5-10, 175 Oregon State
Odell Beckham WR 5-11, 190 LSU
Jarvis Landry WR 6-0, 195 LSU
Paul Richardson WR 6-0, 170 Colorado
Josh Stewart WR 5-10, 185 Oklahoma State
Brandon Coleman WR 6-5, 220 Rutgers
Bruce Ellington WR 5-9, 200 South Carolina
Martavis Bryant WR 6-5, 200 Clemson
Cody Latimer WR 6-2, 215 Indiana
Chris Boyd WR 6-3, 205 Vanderbilt
Austin Franklin WR 6-1, 205 New Mexico State
Willie Snead WR 5-10, 195 Ball State
Eric Ebron TE 6-3, 250 North Carolina
Jace Amaro TE 6-5, 260 Texas Tech
Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE 6-6, 265 Washington
Xavier Grimble TE 6-5, 260 Southern California
Troy Niklas TE 6-6, 270 Notre Dame
Colt Lyerla TE 6-5, 250 Oregon
Jake Murphy TE 6-4, 255 Utah
Richard Rodgers TE 6-4, 245 California
A.C. Leonard TE 6-4, 245 Tennessee State
Mike Flacco TE 6-5, 245 New Haven
Vinnie Sunseri SS 6-0, 210 Alabama
Dion Bailey SS 6-0, 200 Southern California
Lache Seastrunk RB 5-9, 210 Baylor
Bishop Sankey RB 5-9, 200 Washington
Ka'Deem Carey RB 5-9, 200 Arizona
Kapri Bibbs RB 5-10, 205 Colorado State
Tre Mason RB 5-9, 200 Auburn
Jeremy Hill RB 6-0, 235 LSU
Devonta Freeman RB 5-9, 205 Florida State
Terrance West RB 5-10, 225 Towson
Jerome Smith RB 5-11, 230 Syracuse
Isaiah Crowell RB 5-10, 190 Alabama State
Storm Johnson RB 6-0, 220 Central Florida
James Wilder RB 6-1, 220 Florida State
George Atkinson RB 6-0, 210 Notre Dame
Adam Muema RB 5-9, 205 San Diego State
Darrin Reaves RB 5-9, 210 Alabama-Birmingham
Henry Josey RB 5-9, 190 Missouri
Teddy Bridgewater QB 6-2, 220 Louisville
Blake Bortles QB 6-3, 225 Central Florida
Johnny Manziel QB 6-0, 210 Texas A&M
Brett Smith QB 6-2, 210 Wyoming
Greg Robinson OT 6-5, 320 Auburn
Cyrus Kouandjio OT 6-5, 320 Alabama
Tiny Richardson OT 6-5, 330 Tennessee
Cameron Fleming OT 6-5, 320 Stanford
Carl Bradford OLB 6-1, 245 Arizona State
Xavier Su'a-Filo OG 6-2, 305 UCLA
Trai Turner OG 6-2, 310 LSU
Louis Nix NT 6-3, 335 Notre Dame
Viliami Moala NT 6-1, 340 California
Ryan Shazier LB 6-0, 225 Ohio State
Adrian Hubbard LB 6-5, 255 Alabama
Yawin Smallwood LB 6-2, 245 UConn
Khairi Fortt LB 6-2, 240 California
Ronald Powell LB 6-2, 235 Florida
David Yankey G/T 6-5, 315 Stanford
Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix FS 6-2, 210 Alabama
Ed Reynolds FS 6-1, 205 Stanford
Calvin Pryor FS 6-1, 210 Louisville
Jonathan Dowling FS 6-2, 200 Western Kentucky
Pierre Warren FS 6-0, 205 Jacksonville State
Timmie Jernigan DT 6-2, 295 Florida Stae
Ego Ferguson DT 6-2, 305 LSU
Anthony Johnson DT 6-2, 295 LSU
Kelcy Quarles DT 6-3, 300 South Carolina
Jadeveon Clowney DE 6-5, 275 South Carolina
Stephon Tuitt DE 6-5, 295 Notre Dame
Kony Ealy DE 6-5, 270 Missouri
Scott Crichton DE 6-3, 260 Oregon State
Jeoffrey Pagan DE 6-3, 295 Alabama
Demarcus Lawrence DE 6-2, 245 Boise State
George Uko DE 6-3, 275 Southern California
Aaron Lynch DE 6-5, 250 South Florida
Bradley Roby CB 5-10, 195 Ohio State
Louchiez Purifoy CB 6-0, 185 Florida
Marcus Roberson CB 5-11,195 Florida
Vic Hampton CB 5-10, 200 South Carolina
Terrance Mitchell CB 5-11, 190 Oregon
Bashaud Breeland CB 6-0,195 Clemson
Kam Jackson CB 5-9, 175 California
Russell Bodine C 6-3, 310 North Carolina
Marcus Martin C 6-2, 310 Southern California
De'Anthony Thomas 5-9, 170 Oregon

So nuts. Nearly 3 rounds worth of the NFL could/will be underclassmen.
Originally posted by SunDevilNiner79:
OLB Carl Bradford is leaving for the NFL. Reportedly received some 1st round grades from the advisory committee.

6-1, 245lbs

About 4.6 speed, and will have some of the best measurables at the combine. For example in the off season he cleaned 400lbs (the amount 300lbs lineman do).

In 2 years he had: 40.5 TFL, 20 sacks, 141 tackles, 6 Forced Fumbles, 8 passes broken up, 2 INT.

His best NFL comparison is Clay Matthews, but he isn't nearly as polished as a pass rusher. He will be raw coming into the NFL and probably only used situationally for the first half of his rookie year as he learns.

Two words to describe Bradford: Violent hands. Love the kid, think he is headed to the second round due to height. Most teams want those taller, rangier 3-4 OLB. His motor is non-stop.