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Here you guys go. Any players ranked high that shock you guys?

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Rank Pos First Name Last Name School HT WT 40 Time Rd. Proj.
1 DC 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 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 OG J.C. Tretter Cornell 6035 300 5.05/5.10 5th
8 QB Brad Sorensen Southern Utah 6036 237 4.85/4.90 5th
9 NT Montori Hughes Tennessee-Martin 6040 322 5.00/5.05 5th
10 OT Rogers Gaines Tennessee State 6070 310 5.15/5.20 5th-6th
11 SS J.J. Wilcox Georgia Southern 5110 215 4.51/4.53 5th-6th
12 OT Manase Foketi West Texas A&M 6051 320 5.18/5.20 6th
13 OH Miguel Maysonet Stony Brook 5086 204 4.51/4.55 6th
14 FS Rontez Miles California PA 5115 192 4.50/4.55 6th
15 OG Earl Watford James Madison 6035 295 5.03/5.07 6th-7th
16 OG Garrett Gilkey Chadron State 6061 316 5.20/5.25 6th-7th
17 DT Jared Smith New Hampshire 6031 298 4.97/5.01 6th-7th
18 FS Ben Ericksen Illinois State 6004 196 4.50/4.52 7th
19 DT Caraun Reid Princeton 6017 305 4.86/4.90 7th
20 OT Ryan Schraeder Valdosta State 6070 298 5.25/5.30 7th
21 WO Jason Thompson New Haven 6026 185 4.50/4.55 7th-PFA
22 DC Demetrius McCray Appalachian State 6006 185 4.52/4.54 7th-PFA
23 OB Ty Powell Harding 6020 251 4.62/4.66 7th-PFA
24 NT Nicholas Williams Samford 6047 313 5.18/5.21 7th-PFA
25 WO Jasper Collins Mount Union 5105 190 4.53/4.57 7th-PFA
26 DC Vernon Kearney Lane College 6013 185 4.47/4.48 7th-PFA
27 DE Larry Webster Bloomsburg 6060 245 4.75/4.80 PFA
28 WO Alan Bonner Jacksonville State 5102 181 4.48/4.52 PFA
29 TE Kevin Finney Richmond 6053 256 4.80/4.82 PFA
30 OG Edmund Kugbila Valdosta State 6046 347 5.25/5.30 PFA
31 H-back Kyle Juszczyk Harvard 6012 242 4.75/4.77 PFA
32 OB Keith Pough Howard 6016 236 4.75/4.80 PFA
33 DC Dax Swanson Sam Houston State 5104 186 4.52/4.55 PFA
34 DT Brent Russell Georgia Southern 6014 298 5.15/5.20 PFA
35 DE Marquis Jackson Portland State 6034 252 4.85/4.90 PFA
36 SS Cooper Taylor Richmond 6044 224 4.65/4.70 PFA
37 DE Mike Catapano Princeton 6036 280 4.80/4.85 PFA
38 OB Ridge Wilson West Alabama 6036 256 4.70/4.75 PFA
39 DE David Bass Missouri Western State 6042 275 4.68/4.74 PFA
40 OT Terron Armstead Arkansas-Pine Bluff 6044 303 4.81/4.89 PFA
41 WO Ryan Spadola Lehigh 6010 198 4.49/4.53 PFA
42 WO Tyrone Walker Illinois State 5102 189 4.53/4.55 PFA
43 OG Mark Jackson Glenville State 6054 320 5.61/5.66 PFA
44 IB Jeremy Kimbrough Appalachian State 5093 236 4.77/4.82 PFA
45 DT Zach Minter Montana State 6010 297 5.15/5.20 PFA
46 OH Khiry Robinson West Texas A&M 5110 220 4.52/4.55 PFA
47 WO Charles Johnson Grand Valley State 6020 225 4.55/4.60 PFA
48 OB Devan Walker Southeastern Louisiana 6015 234 4.72/4.75 PFA
49 DC Josh Aubrey Stephen F. Austin 5101 202 4.54/4.57 PFA
50 OT Luke Marquardt Azusa Pacific 6087 308 5.33/5.41 PFA
51 SS Darnell Taylor Sam Houston State 5105 204 4.56/4.59 PFA
52 QB Matt Brown Illinois State 6027 223 4.80/4.85 PFA
53 FB Dan Moore Montana 5095 230 4.60/4.65 PFA
54 WO Rodrick Rumble Idaho State 6015 203 4.54/4.58 PFA
55 DC Greg Reid Valdosta State 5085 179 4.40/4.45 PFA
56 OB Nate Palmer Illinois State 6017 238 4.75/4.77 PFA
57 OT Michael Bowie Northeastern State 6044 320 5.25/5.30 PFA
58 OB Joseph Lebeau Jackson State 6000 245 4.70/4.75 PFA
59 TE Josh Hill Idaho State 6044 235 4.69/4.70 PFA
60 WO Cordell Roberson Stephen F. Austin 6034 209 4.61/4.62 PFA
61 SS Brian Thompson William & Mary 5106 215 4.62/4.65 PFA
62 PT Sam Martin Appalachian State 6003 205 4.85/4.90 PFA
63 WO Eric Rogers Cal Lutheran 6026 186 4.65/4.67 PFA
64 OT Trey Gilleo Northern Arizona 6055 287 5.20/5.25 PFA
65 WO Chris Bowden Wingate 6006 205 4.58/4.60 PFA
66 OG Terren Jones Alabama State 6077 357 5.70/5.84 PFA
67 OH Washaun Ealey Jacksonville State 5100 216 4.62/4.65 PFA
68 OB Evan Frierson Illinois State 6003 241 4.62/4.65 PFA
69 DE Armonty Bryant East Central 6041 266 4.78/4.85 PFA
70 WO Rico Richardson Jackson State 6000 185 4.50/4.55 PFA
71 WO Michael Rios Marist 6014 209 4.57/4.60 PFA
72 WO Xavier Boyce Norfolk State 6034 220 4.70/4.78 PFA
73 DC Matt Pierce Valdosta State 5101 196 4.52/4.55 PFA
74 OH Trabis Ward Tennessee State 5100 210 4.57/4.59 PFA
75 DC Dontra Peters New Hampshire 5104 200 4.48/4.50 PFA
76 TE Greg Hardy Montana 6036 243 4.80/4.85 PFA
77 OG Jamal Johnson-Webb Alabama A&M 6047 321 5.25/5.35 PFA
78 OG Lamar Mady Youngstown State 6017 315 5.30/5.35 PFA
79 PT Colton Schmidt UC Davis 5104 225 4.95/5.00 PFA
80 FS Jordan Dangerfield Towson 5103 194 4.51/4.55 PFA
81 DE Willie Jefferson Stephen F. Austin 6050 234 4.70/4.75 PFA
82 OG Rod Williams Northwest Missouri State 6027 293 5.10/5.15 PFA
83 IB Billy Boyko Lehigh 6015 232 4.72/4.78 PFA
84 OC Sherman Carter Tennessee State 6020 307 5.20/5.30 PFA
85 OB Jason Catchings East Central 6022 233 4.70/4.75 PFA
86 RS Austin Coleman St. Francis (IN) 5076 182 4.45/4.50 PFA
87 FS Jeff Heath Saginaw Valley State 6010 215 4.44/4.51 PFA
88 OG Ryan Jensen CSU-Pueblo 6041 299 5.10/5.20 PFA
89 OB Craig Wilkins Old Dominion 6010 235 4.73/4.77 PFA
90 OH Michael Hill Missouri Western State 5102 205 4.60/4.64 PFA
91 OC Eric Kush California PA 6033 298 5.20/5.25 PFA
92 RS Jesse Grandy Central Arkansas 5105 165 4.35/4.40 PFA/FA
93 PK Allen Cain Texas Lutheran 6007 185 4.92/4.95 PFA/FA
94 QB Clay Belton Findlay (OH) 6053 230 4.72/4.75 PFA/FA
95 OB Frank Beltre Towson 6012 250 4.70/4.73 PFA/FA
96 WO Christopher Slaughter Fort Valley State 6030 180 4.50/4.55 PFA/FA
97 OB Mike Zimmer Illinois State 6022 230 4.75/4.80 PFA/FA
98 IB Robert McCabe Georgetown 6012 234 4.80/4.82 PFA/FA
99 WO Tyron Laughinghouse St. Augustine 6020 180 4.53/4.57 PFA/FA
100 WO Kyle Fisher Bloomsburg 5117 189 4.41/4.42 PFA/FA
101 SS Markell Rice American International 5114 203 4.55/4.57 PFA/FA
102 DT Cody Larsen Southern Utah 6025 300 5.00/5.05 PFA/FA
103 WO Andrew Helmick Lindenwood (MO) 5100 197 4.48/4.50 PFA/FA
104 WO Isaiah Voegeli Merrimack 5100 185 4.48/4.52 PFA/FA
105 TE T.J. Knowles Sacramento State 6060 245 4.72/4.75 PFA/FA
106 OB Romale Tucker Towson 6030 244 4.70/4.75 PFA/FA
107 TE Mike Hermann Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute 6050 250 4.68/4.75 PFA/FA
108 OT Ryan Moores Middlebury 6051 315 5.20/5.25 PFA/FA
109 WO Kevin Norrell Stony Brook 5094 200 4.50/4.52 PFA/FA
110 FS Malcolm Bronson McNeese State 5105 189 4.55/4.58 PFA/FA
111 FB Kendall Gaskins Richmond 5115 238 4.70/4.80 PFA/FA
112 DC Isiah Wiley Belhaven (MS) 5104 180 4.53/4.55 PFA/FA
113 OH Jerodis Williams Furman 5090 208 4.52/4.55 PFA/FA
114 OG Garth Heikkinen Minnesota Duluth 6030 315 5.32/5.36 FA
115 DE Rufus Johnson Tarleton State 6050 250 4.85/4.90 FA
116 FB Eric Breitenstein Wofford 5100 229 4.63/4.72 FA
117 RS Colby Walden Jacksonville 5096 169 4.50/4.68 FA
118 OG Randy Richards Missouri State 6032 310 5.15/5.20 FA
119 OB Matt Evans New Hampshire 5110 228 4.75/4.80 FA
120 DC Charles James Charleston Southern 5092 179 4.52/4.57 FA
121 NT Chris Burnette Old Dominion 6025 287 5.05/5.10 FA
122 OG Josh Spearin Maine 6034 295 5.30/5.35 FA
123 DE Travis Chappelear Northwest Missouri State 6042 265 4.68/4.75 FA
124 IB Paul Worrilow Delaware 6005 230 4.80/4.83 FA
125 DE Kenneth Boatright Southern Illinois 6023 253 4.82/4.85 FA
126 OH Joe Glendening Hillsdale 5094 189 4.48/4.52 FA
127 SS Jamaal White Northwestern State 5113 194 4.50/4.53 FA
128 WO Devin Stark Austin Peay State 6020 208 4.62/4.65 FA
129 WO Cameron Bailey Eastern Kentucky 5105 193 4.55/4.60 FA
130 WO Norman White Villanova 6036 216 4.67/4.69 FA
131 QB Peter Lalich California PA 6044 230 5.10/5.15 FA
132 TE Colin Anderson Furman 6041 233 4.78/4.83 FA
133 OT Nail Muradymov Delaware State 6060 320 5.30/5.35 FA
134 IB Brandon Hepburn Florida A&M 6024 229 4.56/4.65 FA
135 OH Derrick Washington Tuskegee 5110 220 4.60/4.65 FA
136 OH Harvie Tuck Indiana (PA) 5084 215 4.60/4.62 FA
137 RS Jordan Simmons Northwest Missouri State 5094 185 4.58/4.60 FA
138 OT Joe Unga Midwestern State 6047 302 5.36/5.53 FA
139 OT Alec Savoie McNeese State 6060 305 5.30/5.35 FA
140 WO Tyler Shaw Northwest Missouri State 5114 179 4.34/4.37 FA
141 WO Matthew Wilmer Fairmont State 5104 195 4.46/4.50 FA
142 WO Nicholas Edwards Eastern Washington 6030 201 4.53/4.60 FA
143 OT Aaron Adams Eastern Kentucky 6045 284 5.20/5.25 FA
144 OH Matt Denham Eastern Kentucky 5100 186 4.60/4.63 FA
145 OG Tim Lelito Grand Valley State 6037 311 5.35/5.40 FA
146 FS Jakar Hamilton South Carolina State 5111 192 4.47/4.48 FA
147 WO Tristan Roberts Monmouth (NJ) 6001 200 4.70/4.75 FA
148 OB Artavious Dowdell Eastern Illinois 6010 230 4.72/4.75 FA
149 SS Troy Sanders Appalachian State 6004 212 4.55/4.60 FA
150 OH Deonte Williams Cal Poly 5094 200 4.55/4.58 FA

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Love your work. I don't get the chance to see any other small schools. I live about 10minutes from Bloomsburg, Pa. They are fun to watch. People don't appreciate how good football is at that level.
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Nice work...

Would you say Brad Sorensen is a similar comp to John Skelton? Or is he a better or worse prospect at this point?
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Cool to see Norm White on your list even that low, think he may be a newcomer. Likely lacks the speed to really have a chance in the pros, but a physical receiver who was fun to watch at the FCS level.
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Love your work. I don't get the chance to see any other small schools. I live about 10minutes from Bloomsburg, Pa. They are fun to watch. People don't appreciate how good football is at that level.
Thank you! I agree!
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Nice work...

Would you say Brad Sorensen is a similar comp to John Skelton? Or is he a better or worse prospect at this point?
I think Brad is a little better prospect. He's been more consistent over his career but his arm is not quite as good as Skelton.
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Cool to see Norm White on your list even that low, think he may be a newcomer. Likely lacks the speed to really have a chance in the pros, but a physical receiver who was fun to watch at the FCS level.
I think for his size he runs okay. If he were a step faster I think his shot would be better. You never know though.
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I saw Foketi play once this year at West Texas A&M. I was impressed with him, but that's the same school that produced Bears OT, J'Marcus Webb. How does Foketi compare to Webb?
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I saw Foketi play once this year at West Texas A&M. I was impressed with him, but that's the same school that produced Bears OT, J'Marcus Webb. How does Foketi compare to Webb?
Not quite the freak measurables like wingspan, height, etc. but tougher and more consistent. He's also considered to be better off mentally than Webb was coming out. You are talking about a kid who walked on to WTAMU to pay his way so he could play football and get an education. A former BCS player paying his own way to D2 just to play ball knowing he needed to clear his name? That is hard to fathom.

Webb passed the eyeball test better than anyone I have seen in D2 outside of Jared Veldheer but Foketi is one of the most impressive in terms of maturity you will find. Better kid than people think.
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Thanks for posting this Josh!

The name that jumps out at me is Lane CB Vernon Kearney, who is on my "To Do List" but I haven't gotten a chance to check him out yet. Can you offer a little insight?
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The name that jumps out at me is Lane CB Vernon Kearney, who is on my "To Do List" but I haven't gotten a chance to check him out yet. Can you offer a little insight?
Very long and lean corner who is raw but can run. Shows flashes of a guy who could be a better pro than college player because of skills.
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I think Brad is a little better prospect. He's been more consistent over his career but his arm is not quite as good as Skelton.
So is round 3 or 4 a possibility?
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So is round 3 or 4 a possibility?

Possible but I would say round 5 is most likely. If it were me I would take him in the late 3rd or early 4th. I think he has a lot of upside and Sorensen is very smart.
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What're the knocks on Rob McCabe?

I know he's ultra-productive, but still a long-shot to be drafted.
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What're the knocks on Rob McCabe?

I know he's ultra-productive, but still a long-shot to be drafted.
Need to see his speed and LOC is not tops in Patriot League. Had a big year. Would like to see what he does at Shrine. He could move into draft but I would be midly surprised. I think he is a very good PFA.
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I started catching up on the small schools guys in between end of regular season and start of Bowl season (and will continue after the Championship Game). The guy that stood out was Keith Pough - OLB - Howard. Now he was injured later in the season (plus suspended in week one with a bunch of others for improper use of textbook allowances) and I know Josh always says small school prospects need to avoid that - but looked extremely talented. Looked very much at home in the Rutgers game.

Also liked Jason Thompson (WR, New Haven) - a little wiry, but liked his hands and play making ability. Dan Moore (RB, Montana) was fun to watch too - 4.6 40 plus injury might mean undrafted, but could be a steal - Alfred Morris didn't exactly run fast at the Combine!

Bit surprised J.J. Wilcox has risen so fast - key for him is can he show any man coverage skills at the Senior Bowl? Less teams are using zone these days and only a couple are Cover-2 teams and that's what he is. Can't believe he got a Senior Bowl invite ahead of Duke Williams.

B.W. Webb is OK - doesn't jump out at you particularly - reminds me a bit of Korey Lindsey.

Remember Foketi was a Wes Bunting favourite pre injury at Kansas State (and I really miss his writing - Nolan Nawrocki is as good, but doesn't publish much online) - so going to catch a couple of his games as soon as I get done with Bowl season!
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With players declaring I updated the top 100:

http://www.buyscouting.com/
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You have OT JC Tretter from Cornell as #5 but Mike Catapano DE from Princeton but when they played this year Mike beat him up pretty bad and he is 30 something. Why is that?
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By the way not a knock on Tretter as much of an endorsement and example of how good Catapano is. As an example watch this at 2:45 of this link from when they played. #77 Catapano is lined up against #79 Tretter and he literally runs right through him draws a holding penalty by Tretter and sacks Cornell QB Mathews anyway. Of course this is from a highlight tape of Catapano but i watched a tape from this game and Catapano beat him up pretty good. And Tretter is a legit NFL talent so its not a knock on him. You don't play in Senior Bowl unless you belong there.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GcdKCG5F8Q
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You have OT JC Tretter from Cornell as #5 but Mike Catapano DE from Princeton but when they played this year Mike beat him up pretty bad and he is 30 something. Why is that?
He beat Tretter for a few plays but overall he did not kill him all game. They both had their moments.

Tretter is a former TE who will test really well and is a lot more raw and inexperienced at his position.

The NFL also agrees with me that Tretter is better since he already has a combine invite and Catapano does not.

There are some concerns I have with Catapano that don't help him either but time will tell on those.
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Where do you have Brandon Kaufman now that he has declared?
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He beat Tretter for a few plays but overall he did not kill him all game. They both had their moments.

Tretter is a former TE who will test really well and is a lot more raw and inexperienced at his position.

The NFL also agrees with me that Tretter is better since he already has a combine invite and Catapano does not.

There are some concerns I have with Catapano that don't help him either but time will tell on those.
Not easy to change positions and excel at new position. Obviously the guy is a great athlete. He will be drafted as an OG or Center by NFL? I look forward to seeing Tretter succeed on the next level.
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