I listed the guys eligible for next years draft from the site, along with what makes them "freakish"
14. Jamil Douglas, OG, ASU - 300 pounder, weight lifting stud, sub 5.0 40
12. Jereme Jones, WR, South Alabama - small WR with incredible strength
11. Brandon Scherff, OT, Iowa - the usual freakish weight lifts, sub 5.0 40. But also played QB in highschool and lettered in multiple sports
10. Mario Edwards Jr.*, DE, FSU - 300-pounder lineman that runs a 4.76 40 and can do blackflips
9. Venric Mark, RB, Northwestern - Small RB that can run sub 4.4
8. Todd Gurley*, RB, Georgia - a 230-pound RB that can a 4.45, and one of the best hurdlers in the country. If you ever seen him play, this guy has insane talent
7. Maurice Falls, OLB, East Carolina - 4.47 40 with some great strength
6. Benardick McKinney*, OLB, Miss St - article says he might be the best SEC defensive player. I haven't seen him play but definitely on my radar now
5. Alvin Dupree, DE/OLB, Kentucky - clocked at running 20.5 MPH in-game
4. Cameron Lynch, LB, Syracuse - Great numbers, but not sure why he is #4
3. Nick Marshall, QB, Auburn - A QB that can a 4.4 40. He could explode for a monster year
2. Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor - Only a 4.62 40, but unlike Marshall, he is a much better passer
1. DeVante Parker, WR, Louisville - 6-3 WR that can run a 4.4 40. Will be interesting how he does without Bridgewater.
On Jamil Douglas, I'd put him as a 2nd-4th round prospect, he is legit. Has stood out to me as an excellent lineman since he was a Sophmore. One of those lineman that came to college as way too skinny to play the line (6-4 and 250lbs), then he put on good weight and managed to keep his athleticism.