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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 9:30 pm    Post subject: 1AA (I Refuse to Call it the FCS) Prospects Reply with quote

Given that the FCS playoffs are on ESPN this week, I thought it appropriate to start an FCS prospect thread. To start it off, Trey Diller and Richard Sincere out of Sam Houston State both seem to be worth a look to me. Also Sean Price at Appalachian State is only a freshman but his combination of size and production suggests to me that he could be a future day 1 pick. http://scores.nbcsports.msnbc.com/cfb/players.asp?id=203260
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 9:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

No idea his name, but that Sam Houston State back just showed insane acceleration on the outside run where he hurdled the defender.
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Tim Flanders. Formerly of Oklahoma State.
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Taylor Heinike! He's a SO right now, but he's a dual threat guy that can pass really good. Could be good late round pick in the next two years
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Josh Buchanan (JBScouting, publishes a small school draft guide and gets consulted by NFL teams regularly) posted his list of small school guys on another message board:

Rank Pos Stock First Name Last Name School HT WT 40 Time Rd. Proj.
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1 DC up Robert Alford Southeastern Louisiana 5106 186 4.38/4.43 2nd-3rd
2 DT Brandon Williams Missouri Southern State 6017 330 5.05/5.10 2nd-3rd
3 WO Da'Rick Rogers Tennessee Tech 6021 206 4.52/4.55 4th
4 WO Aaron Mellette Elon 6026 220 4.53/4.57 4th
5 WO Tyrone Goard Eastern Kentucky 6033 197 4.52/4.56 4th-5th
6 DC B.W. Webb William & Mary 5100 180 4.42/4.47 4th-5th
7 QB Brad Sorensen Southern Utah 6036 237 4.85/4.90 5th
8 NT Montori Hughes Tennessee-Martin 6040 322 5.00/5.05 5th-6th
9 OT Rogers Gaines Tennessee State 6070 310 5.15/5.20 5th-6th
10 OC up J.C. Tretter Cornell 6035 300 5.05/5.10 5th-6th
11 FS Rontez Miles California PA 5115 192 4.50/4.55 6th
12 OH up Miguel Maysonet Stony Brook 5086 204 4.51/4.55 6th
13 OT Manase Foketi West Texas A&M 6051 305 5.18/5.20 6th
14 DT Jared Smith New Hampshire 6031 298 4.97/5.01 6th-7th
15 OG Garrett Gilkey Chadron State 6061 316 5.20/5.25 6th-7th
16 SS up J.J. Wilcox Georgia Southern 5110 215 4.51/4.53 7th
17 FS up Ben Ericksen Illinois State 6004 196 4.50/4.52 7th
18 DT Caraun Reid Princeton 6017 305 4.86/4.90 7th
19 WO up Alan Bonner Jacksonville State 5102 181 4.48/4.52 7th
20 DC up Dax Swanson Sam Houston State 5104 186 4.52/4.55 7th-PFA
21 NT Nicholas Williams Samford 6047 313 5.18/5.21 7th-PFA
22 WO up Jason Thompson New Haven 6026 185 4.50/4.55 7th-PFA
23 OT Terron Armstead Arkansas-Pine Bluff 6044 303 4.81/4.89 7th-PFA
24 OB Keith Pough Howard 6016 236 4.75/4.80 PFA
25 DC Demetrius McCray Appalachian State 6006 185 4.52/4.54 PFA
26 DE Marquis Jackson Portland State 6034 252 4.85/4.90 PFA
27 OG Earl Watford James Madison 6035 295 5.03/5.07 PFA
28 WO up Jasper Collins Mount Union 5105 190 4.53/4.57 PFA
29 TE Kevin Finney Richmond 6053 256 4.80/4.82 PFA
30 OT Ryan Schraeder Valdosta State 6070 298 5.25/5.30 PFA
31 DC up Vernon Kearney Lane College 6013 185 4.47/4.48 PFA
32 OT Luke Marquardt Azusa Pacific 6087 308 5.33/5.41 PFA
33 DE David Bass Missouri Western State 6042 275 4.68/4.74 PFA
34 DT down Brent Russell Georgia Southern 6014 298 4.95/5.00 PFA
35 FB Dan Moore Montana 5095 230 4.60/4.65 PFA
36 SS Darnell Taylor Sam Houston State 5105 204 4.56/4.59 PFA
37 H-back up Kyle Juszczyk Harvard 6012 242 4.75/4.77 PFA
38 SS Cooper Taylor Richmond 6044 224 4.65/4.70 PFA
39 OB Devan Walker Southeastern Louisiana 6015 234 4.72/4.75 PFA
40 QB Matt Brown Illinois State 6027 223 4.80/4.85 PFA
41 OB up Ridge Wilson West Alabama 6036 256 4.70/4.75 PFA
42 WO Rodrick Rumble Idaho State 6015 203 4.54/4.58 PFA
43 WO Ryan Spadola Lehigh 6010 198 4.49/4.53 PFA
44 WO Tyrone Walker Illinois State 5102 189 4.53/4.55 PFA
45 DC INJ Greg Reid Valdosta State 5085 179 4.40/4.45 PFA
46 OB Nate Palmer Illinois State 6017 238 4.75/4.77 PFA
47 IB Jeremy Kimbrough Appalachian State 5093 236 4.77/4.82 PFA
48 OH up Washaun Ealey Jacksonville State 5100 216 4.62/4.65 PFA
49 DT Zach Minter Montana State 6010 297 5.15/5.20 PFA
50 WO Charles Johnson Grand Valley State 6020 225 4.55/4.60 PFA
51 WO Cordell Roberson Stephen F. Austin 6034 209 4.61/4.62 PFA
52 TE up Josh Hill Idaho State 6044 235 4.69/4.70 PFA
53 OB Evan Frierson Illinois State 6003 241 4.62/4.65 PFA
54 OT Michael Bowie Northeastern State 6044 320 5.25/5.30 PFA
55 OG Mark Jackson Glenville State 6054 335 5.61/5.66 PFA
56 OH up Khiry Robinson West Texas A&M 5110 220 4.52/4.55 PFA
57 DE down Armonty Bryant East Central 6041 266 4.78/4.85 PFA
58 WO Nicholas Edwards Eastern Washington 6030 201 4.53/4.60 PFA
59 OB Joseph Lebeau Jackson State 6000 245 4.70/4.75 PFA
60 SS Brian Thompson William & Mary 5106 215 4.62/4.65 PFA
61 WO up Eric Rogers Cal Lutheran 6026 186 4.65/4.67 PFA
62 OG Edmund Kugbila Valdosta State 6046 347 5.25/5.30 PFA
63 PT up Sam Martin Appalachian State 6003 205 4.85/4.90 PFA
64 OT Trey Gilleo Northern Arizona 6055 287 5.20/5.25 PFA
65 OG Terren Jones Alabama State 6077 357 5.70/5.84 PFA
66 WO Rico Richardson Jackson State 6000 185 4.50/4.55 PFA
67 DE Willie Jefferson Stephen F. Austin 6050 230 4.70/4.75 PFA
68 WO up Michael Rios Marist 6014 209 4.58/4.60 PFA
69 WO Xavier Boyce Norfolk State 6034 220 4.70/4.78 PFA
70 OB Ty Powell Harding 6020 251 4.62/4.66 PFA
71 TE Greg Hardy Montana 6036 243 4.80/4.85 PFA
72 WO Chris Bowden Wingate 6006 205 4.58/4.60 PFA
73 OG Jamaal Johnson-Webb Alabama A&M 6047 321 5.25/5.35 PFA
74 OG Lamar Mady Youngstown State 6017 315 5.30/5.35 PFA
75 PT Colton Schmidt UC Davis 5104 225 4.95/5.00 PFA
76 FS Jordan Dangerfield Towson 5103 194 4.51/4.55 PFA
77 IB Kennith Jackson Cal Poly 5115 236 4.78/4.80 PFA
78 DC up Dontra Peters New Hampshire 5104 200 4.48/4.50 PFA
79 OG Rod Williams Northwest Missouri State 6027 293 5.10/5.15 PFA
80 PK down Allen Cain Texas Lutheran 6007 185 4.92/4.95 PFA
81 IB Billy Boyko Lehigh 6015 232 4.72/4.78 PFA
82 OC Sherman Carter Tennessee State 6020 307 5.20/5.30 PFA
83 WO Cameron Bailey Eastern Kentucky 5105 193 4.55/4.60 PFA
84 OB Jason Catchings East Central 6022 233 4.70/4.75 PFA
85 WO Kyle Fisher Bloomsburg 5117 189 4.41/4.42 PFA
86 OG Ryan Jensen CSU-Pueblo 6041 299 5.10/5.20 PFA
87 QB Clay Belton Findlay (OH) 6053 230 4.72/4.75 PFA
88 OB Frank Beltre Towson 6012 250 4.70/4.73 PFA/FA
89 WO up Christopher Slaughter Fort Valley State 6030 180 4.50/4.55 PFA/FA
90 RS up Austin Coleman St. Francis (IN) 5076 182 4.50/4.55 PFA/FA
91 OB up Mike Zimmer Illinois State 6022 230 4.75/4.80 PFA/FA
92 SS up Markell Rice American International 5114 203 4.55/4.57 PFA/FA
93 DT Cody Larsen Southern Utah 6025 300 5.00/5.05 PFA/FA
94 WO Andrew Helmick Lindenwood (MO) 5100 197 4.48/4.50 PFA/FA
95 OH up Michael Hill Missouri Western State 5102 205 4.60/4.64 PFA/FA
96 WO Isaiah Voegeli Merrimack 5100 185 4.48/4.52 PFA/FA
97 OB Romale Tucker Towson 6030 244 4.70/4.75 PFA/FA
98 OH up Derrick Washington Tuskegee 5110 220 4.60/4.65 PFA/FA
99 RS up Jesse Grandy Central Arkansas 5105 165 4.35/4.40 PFA/FA
100 WO up Tyron Laughinghouse St. Augustine 6020 180 4.53/4.57 PFA/FA


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Guys,

I like the Wilcox pick. He's going to impress physically and he's been All-SoCon on both sides of the ball, which shows how versatile and athletic he is. He can run and has the body for safety or RB or WR. I think he runs sub 4.5s and puts up good test numbers. Wilcox came along quickly in his first year on defense since being at GSU. Right now I have him as a 6th round projection.

If you guys want my take on any of the others, just let me know.

Thanks!


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Quick notes on each guy. Hope this helps! Thanks!

Matt Brown / QB / Illinois St.- Decent arm and tools but inconsistent at times. Good player though whose been standout in MVFC his entire career. PFA who could make a PS or be #3 QB.

Kurt Hess / QB / Youngstown St.- Junior so let's wait to talk about him until after the draft.

Brad Sorensen / QB / Southern Utah- Great size and very good arm. Needs to be more consistent but I like his upside. Very smart. Just needs to work on not forcing the ball. Mid rounds.

Miguel Maysonet / RB / Stony Brook- Had a great year. I think he goes 5th-6th round. Need to see him catch the ball more and block before I move him up but he is an explosive runner.

Mark Jackson / OT / Glenville St.- Been injured this year and is heavy footed. Fallen down my board to PFA.

Rogers Gaines / OT / Tennessee St.- Great size, length, and athleticism. Good movement skills and has had a great year. Solid mid rounder.

Aaron Mellette / WR / Elon- Love his routes and use of body. Needs to work on body catching and use hands more. Had a better 2nd half of season. Mid rounds.

Tyrone Goard / WR / Eastern Kentucky- Another mid rounder who when given the chance can take over games. Lacks elite speed but has great size and can make big plays.

Nicholas Edwards / WR / Eastern Washington- Been hurt a lot. Fallen from late rounds to PFA on my board. Not in my top 50 right now.

Malcolm Bronson / S / McNeese St.- Injured most of the year but has no medical redshirt. Bloodlines and been good his whole career. Lack of elite speed hurts him but medical status will be key for his shot. PFA.

Kejuan Riley / S / Alabama St.- At times he looks good and others he misses tackles and doesn't look fast. He will hit you and probably runs in the high 4.5s or low 4.6s. FA.

Rontez Miles / S / California (PA)- Love this kid. I think people are overlooking him. Been dominant his entire career. Can play FS or SS. Very good. Mid-late rounds.

Keith Pough / LB / Howard- Had a tough year at times but when healthy and on the field he was good. I think he's a PFA right now but has late round talent.

Joseph Lebeau / LB / Jackson St.- I love his motor and speed but undersized. Likely a PFA but I think he is a real sleeper.

Robert Alford / CB / S.E. Louisiana- Great speed and cover skills. Best CB in small schools this year by far. 2nd or 3rd round pick. Explosive as heck. Should run 4.37-4.44 range.

B.W. Webb / CB / William & Mary- Gives up some plays here and there and lacks elite size but great hips, quickness, and can return punts. Mid rounds.

David Bass / DE / Missouri Western St.- Underachiever. Love his size and athleticism but inconsistent. Many think their RB was the better prospect this year.

Willie Jefferson / DE / Stephen F. Austin- FA because of the off field issues. Did not develop like people wanted to see and still has off field flags. I don't see any shot he gets drafted unless he lights up his pro day. I hope the light bulb comes on for him because I think he could be special if the light does turn on.

Brandon Williams / DT / Missouri Southern- Had a monster year. Best small DT in the draft and best I have seen in a long time. 2nd or 3rd round. Great size, length, and athleticism. Every team who I have talked to about him either loves him or is chomping at the bit to see him based on what myself and the combine said on him. When I say teams have no seen him I'm talking GMs and directors. All the area guys love him. Even attracted a few GMs during the fall.

Cody Larsen / DT / Southern Utah- I like Cody a lot but he is limited a little bit. Needs to bulk up and get stronger. Very good season though. PFA.

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^^^ I concur on Brandon Williams. I attend Missouri Southern and have had the opportunity to watch Brandon the past 4 years. He is a phenomenal athlete with some of the quickest feet on the team, including all DB's and WR/RB's. He is built like a truck standing 6-2, 6-3 and around 315-320 and carries his weight as good as anybody I have ever seen. (I've been around Dontari Poe some).

He lines up at all positions at along the line and wreaks havoc from every single one. He was even asked to drop back into coverage at times this year on some zone blitzing and did a good job at getting in passing lanes. He was currently named the D2 Defensive player of the year and was the only Unanimous all conference selection on defense.

http://mssulions.com/sports/fball/2012-13/releases/20121205tx3sdq

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Williams became the all-time sacks leader for the school and finished with 27 in his career at Missouri Southern. He had at least a half sack in all but three games this year and had a tackle for a loss in all but one game this year. He finished the season second on the team with 68 tackles, 31 solo, including 16.5 for a loss of 58 yards. He had 8.5 sacks for a loss of 39 yards, two pass break ups, eight quarterback hurries, five forced fumbles and one safety on the season and finished third in the MIAA in sacks and tackles for a loss, while ranking second in forced fumbles



On top of all his football accolades he is a great hardworking individual and a gentleman off the field. Great Great kid and I am extremely excited to see where he goes in April!
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Greg Hardin after next season. Kid is electric. Had a 330couple yd receiving game this year.
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Sean Price has 1st round talent: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSjKNS9yKvg

He's a redshirt Freshman, so he'll be eligible for 2014 class. If he has another big year, he should come out. He's like a bigger Cordarelle Patterson.
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norcalgsr wrote:
Sean Price has 1st round talent: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSjKNS9yKvg

He's a redshirt Freshman, so he'll be eligible for 2014 class. If he has another big year, he should come out. He's like a bigger Cordarelle Patterson.


Is he new to football? How in the world did all the Division I teams wiff on him?
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alfalcone wrote:
norcalgsr wrote:
Sean Price has 1st round talent: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSjKNS9yKvg

He's a redshirt Freshman, so he'll be eligible for 2014 class. If he has another big year, he should come out. He's like a bigger Cordarelle Patterson.


Is he new to football? How in the world did all the Division I teams wiff on him?


No, He's been playing football for a long time. According to this article, the closest he got to a D-1A program was East Carolina.

Also participated in track and field in high school.

http://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/Athlete.aspx?AID=1157184

He chose App State because his high school teammate convinced him to join: http://ww2.fairfaxtimes.com/cms/story.php?id=2948
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The fact that Earl Watford is #27 on that list is pretty hilarious
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Taylor Heincke kid has potential.
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Remember the name Miguel Maysonet, HB from Stony Brook.
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skrILL wrote:
Remember the name Miguel Maysonet, HB from Stony Brook.


he tore up Villanova.
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There is no way Mark Jackson is a strict OG lock, he is the best FCS OT this year.
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