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I just wanted to say thank you for the podcast. I enjoyed it and hope others enjoyed it. I tried to cram as much info in as possible being that it was my first of the year. I thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity I was given this year. For those who may not have seen my ratings, here is my current top 200 small schoolers.

Rank Pos First Name Last Name School HT WT Rd. Proj.
1 OH Terrance West Towson 5102 223 2nd-3rd
2 OG Dakota Dozier Furman 6037 310 3rd
3 OT Billy Turner North Dakota State 6050 316 3rd
4 QB Jimmy Garoppolo Eastern Illinois 6022 219 3rd
5 TE Joseph "Joe Don" Duncan Dixie State 6024 264 4th
6 OG Kadeem Edwards Tennessee State 6041 309 4th
7 OB Jordan Tripp Montana 6026 237 4th
8 DT Caraun Reid Princeton 6021 301 4th-5th
9 DC Pierre Desir Lindenwood (MO) 6011 195 4th-5th
10 DE Ethan Westbrooks West Texas A&M 6034 264 5th
11 DC Lavelle Westbrooks Georgia Southern 5113 195 5th-6th
12 DC Brandon Dixon Northwest Missouri State 5114 204 5th-6th
13 NT Zachariah Kerr Delaware 6015 334 5th-6th
14 OG Matt Feiler Bloomsburg 6057 330 6th
15 OH Jerick McKinnon Georgia Southern 5090 209 6th
16 OG Daniel "D.J." Morrell Old Dominion 6046 327 6th-7th
17 WO Jeffrey "Jeff" Janis Saginaw Valley State 6022 212 6th-7th
18 OB Howard Jones Shepherd 6022 229 6th-7th
19 QB Dustin Vaughan West Texas A&M 6044 232 6th-7th
20 DE Zach Moore Concordia St. Paul 6055 285 7th
21 WO Erik Lora Eastern Illinois 5104 200 7th
22 DE Larry Webster Bloomsburg 6056 249 7th
23 DE Rakim Cox Villanova 6032 265 7th
24 OH Isaiah Crowell Alabama State 5102 190 7th
25 DC Kendall James Maine 5104 175 7th
26 FB Lorenzo Taliaferro Coastal Carolina 6003 231 7th
27 TE A.C. Leonard Tennessee State 6030 235 7th-PFA
28 OB Bradley "Brad" Daly Montana State 6003 239 7th-PFA
29 QB Jeff Mathews Cornell 6033 225 7th-PFA
30 DT Jamie Meder Ashland 6016 306 7th-PFA
31 RS John Brown Pittsburg State 5100 175 7th-PFA
32 WO Michael Anthony "Tony" Washington II Appalachian State 5100 200 7th-PFA
33 OC Matt Armstrong Grand Valley State 6024 300 7th-PFA
34 OB Tyler Starr South Dakota 6042 249 7th-PFA
35 FS Walter "Walt" Aikens Liberty 6005 205 7th-PFA
36 OC Karim Barton Morgan State 6020 310 7th-PFA
37 OH Tim Flanders Sam Houston State 5083 212 7th-PFA
38 WO Walter Powell Murray State 5117 187 PFA
39 DC Todd Washington Southeastern Louisiana 5115 186 PFA
40 FB Reginald "Reggie" Jordan Missouri Western State 6025 245 PFA
41 TE Nic Jacobs McNeese State 6045 260 PFA
42 OT Matt Hall Belhaven (MS) 6085 323 PFA
43 OT Joshua "Josh" Wells James Madison 6047 314 PFA
44 DE Jake Metz Shippensburg 6051 247 PFA
45 FS Nick Addison Bethune-Cookman 6012 180 PFA
46 WO Corey Washington Newberry 6034 207 PFA
47 WO Charles "Matt" Hazel Coastal Carolina 6007 196 PFA
48 DE Kerry Wynn Richmond 6050 268 PFA
49 DC Brian Dixon Northwest Missouri State 5113 199 PFA
50 DC Marcus Williams North Dakota State 5106 195 PFA
51 TE Justin Perillo Maine 6025 250 PFA
52 OG Brian Clarke Bloomsburg 6017 305 PFA
53 IB Brock Coyle Montana 6005 243 PFA
54 DE Terrence Fede Marist 6037 267 PFA
55 DC Jaquavius "Qua" Cox Jackson State 5095 184 PFA
56 TE Michael Flacco New Haven 6044 245 PFA
57 OT Terrance ******* Bethune-Cookman 6050 310 PFA
58 WO Greg Hardin North Dakota 5097 173 PFA
59 FS Pierre Warren Jacksonville State 6014 200 PFA
60 WO Lee Doss Southern A&M 6010 170 PFA
61 FS David Van Dyke Tennessee State 5111 194 PFA
62 OC William Wright West Georgia 6020 322 PFA
63 WO Jeremy Butler Tennessee-Martin 6020 218 PFA
64 WO Torrence Allen West Texas A&M 6003 190 PFA
65 OG Erle Ladson Jr. Delaware 6046 355 PFA
66 OT Nathan Isles North Carolina A&T 6054 324 PFA
67 WO Benjamin "Ben" Edwards Richmond 5106 197 PFA
68 OH DeNarius McGhee Montana State 5112 212 PFA
69 DC Dashaun Phillips Tarleton State 5103 179 PFA
70 SS Steven Willis Webber International 6010 205 PFA
71 OH Franklyn Quiteh Bloomsburg 5085 208 PFA
72 DT Lawrence Virgil Valdosta State 6035 290 PFA
73 SS Nicholas "Nick" Williams North Alabama 6021 222 PFA
74 OH Zachary "Zach" Bauman Northern Arizona 5072 196 PFA
75 DE Jordan Stanton James Madison 6035 280 PFA
76 IB Cqulin Hubert Southeastern Louisiana 6011 250 PFA
77 OB Stephon Robertson James Madison 5105 220 PFA
78 OT Daniel "Danny" Kistler Jr. Montana 6065 318 PFA
79 OT Bryan Witzmann South Dakota State 6073 305 PFA
80 SS Deron Furr Fort Valley State 6023 224 PFA
81 OC Demetrius Rhaney Tennessee State 6014 294 PFA
82 OH Dominique Williams Wagner 5084 204 PFA
83 OH John Spooney Brown 5100 185 PFA
84 FS Dewey McDonald California PA 5116 215 PFA
85 DC Tyree Mills Southern Utah 6000 178 PFA
86 WO Jordan Harris Bryant 6003 214 PFA
87 DC T.J. Lee III Eastern Washington 5077 179 PFA
88 WO Gerald Ford Valdosta State 6023 219 PFA
89 DC Devin Wallace Virginia Union 5101 202 PFA
90 DC Ayodeji Olatoye North Carolina A&T 6005 197 PFA
91 FS Demetruce McNeal West Alabama 6003 185 PFA
92 RS Fabian Truss Samford 5085 185 PFA
93 FB Ray Agnew Southern Illinois 5091 246 PFA
94 WO Seantavious Jones Valdosta State 6031 209 PFA
95 DE Will Hunt Charleston Southern 6037 253 PFA
96 PT Chad Zinchini Tennessee Tech 6022 220 PFA
97 OB Carlos Fields Jr. Winston Salem State 6032 228 PFA
98 OH Keidrick Jackson Midwestern State 5084 212 PFA
99 OG Jamal Ellis Newberry 6034 315 PFA
100 DE Dyron Dye Bethune-Cookman 6042 258 PFA
101 WO Malcolm Eugene Stony Brook 6030 210 PFA
102 NT Mike Pennel CSU-Pueblo 6043 363 PFA/FA
103 DE Dimitri Orr North Alabama 6050 240 PFA/FA
104 LS Tyler Ott Harvard 6026 252 PFA/FA
105 OG Joshua "Josh" Aladenoye Illinois State 6046 325 PFA/FA
106 WO Andrew Peacock Appalachian State 5093 195 PFA/FA
107 QB Danny O'Brien Catawba 6030 220 PFA/FA
108 NT Joey Searcy II Angelo State 6005 321 PFA/FA
109 DC Jordan Love Towson 5104 177 PFA/FA
110 OC Jeremy Gatson Shaw 6027 325 PFA/FA
111 OG Bruce Doyle Brockport State (NY) 6037 303 PFA/FA
112 QB Seth Lobato Northern Colorado 6053 223 PFA/FA
113 DT Donnie Owens Winston Salem State 6012 305 PFA/FA
114 WO Diontae Spencer McNeese State 5084 170 PFA/FA
115 DE Chris Schaudt Minnesota State-Mankato 6032 267 PFA/FA
116 TE Chase Dixon Central Arkansas 6045 239 PFA/FA
117 NT Andru Pulu Eastern Washington 6011 290 PFA/FA
118 OT Charles Goodwin North Carolina Central 6054 305 PFA/FA
119 DC Tevrin Brandon Monmouth (NJ) 5096 179 PFA/FA
120 DC Malcolm Butler West Alabama 5096 181 PFA/FA
121 OT Ryan Gradney-Riggins Fort Valley State 6054 308 PFA/FA
122 IB Ben Johnson Tennessee-Martin 6010 235 PFA/FA
123 FS Jarrid Bryant South Dakota 6032 195 PFA/FA
124 DE Troy Harris Mars Hill 6033 238 PFA/FA
125 OB Michael Cole Maine 6013 250 PFA/FA
126 FS Dexter Moody Albany State (GA) 6010 207 PFA/FA
127 OG Alonzo "AJ" Harmon Cumberland (TN) 6041 333 PFA/FA
128 OH Terrance Cobb University of Cumberlands (KY) 5100 213 PFA/FA
129 OB Bryan Johnson West Texas A&M 6032 250 PFA/FA
130 WO Kelsey Pope Samford 6005 202 PFA/FA
131 OH Kedrick Rhodes West Alabama 5102 200 PFA/FA
132 OH Isidore Jackson Bethune-Cookman 5080 182 PFA/FA
133 DT Gustave Benthin Western Oregon 6016 305 PFA/FA
134 OB Dorian Bell Duquesne 6001 227 PFA/FA
135 DC Brandon McCladdie The Citadel 6012 201 PFA/FA
136 WO Eddie Poole Bethune-Cookman 6033 195 FA
137 RS Kevin Fogg Liberty 5093 184 FA
138 WO Diante Jackson Whittier (CA) 6022 215 FA
139 DE Colton Underwood Illinois State 6030 261 FA
140 RS Jermaine Jones Saint Augustine's 6030 195 FA
141 OB Brandon Denmark Florida A&M 6033 230 FA
142 QB Brock Jensen North Dakota State 6032 225 FA
143 QB D.J. Mendenhall Urbana (OH) 6036 222 FA
144 DC Courtney Bridget Hampton 6020 190 FA
145 OH D'wayne "D.J." Adams Portland State 5092 199 FA
146 FS Jerome Couplin III William & Mary 6010 215 FA
147 TE Cameron Brate Harvard 6044 245 FA
148 WO Gregory "Greg" Moore Lane College 6027 200 FA
149 DE Sullivan Grosz Cal Poly 6032 280 FA
150 OG A.J. Dalton Robert Morris 6031 296 FA
151 WO DeMario Bennett Coastal Carolina 6013 176 FA
152 WO Willie Gibson University of Cumberlands (KY) 5110 178 FA
153 SS Jonathan Pillow Florida A&M 6000 195 FA
154 SS Caleb Massey North Alabama 5110 226 FA
155 DC Antonio Marshall Miles College 5102 195 FA
156 SS LJ McCray Catawba 5116 211 FA
157 WO Ryan Culbreath Furman 6034 225 FA
158 OH Jaamal Berry Murray State 5094 200 FA
159 DE Robert Simpson Mississippi Valley State 6032 275 FA
160 WO Terrill Barnes Indiana (PA) 6010 215 FA
161 WO Michael "Mike" Williams California PA 5110 185 FA
162 PK Sergio Castillo Jr. West Texas A&M 5100 195 FA
163 DE Anthony Grady Missouri State 6061 289 FA
164 DT Leon Minto Johnson C. Smith 6023 304 FA
165 OB Rashad Smith Jacksonville State 5112 230 FA
166 OH Jermie Calhoun Angelo State 5114 211 FA
167 WO Roman Wilson Princeton 5101 190 FA
168 OH Andrew Pierce Delaware 5102 200 FA
169 WO Tyler McDonald South Carolina State 6010 190 FA
170 QB William "Tyler" Sykora Southern Arkansas 6062 226 FA
171 DC Winston Wright South Dakota State 5091 187 FA
172 WO Robert Holland Chowan 6004 190 FA
173 OB Joe Thomas South Carolina State 6000 230 FA
174 PT Rory Perez Montana State 6023 199 FA
175 OT Dominic Pagliara Eastern Illinois 6052 307 FA
176 DE Elhadji Ndiaye Nebraska-Kearney 6036 238 FA
177 DC Marquise "Bookie" Sneed Sam Houston State 5105 185 FA
178 OT Tevon Conrad Saginaw Valley State 6074 320 FA
179 OC Michael Hunchak Monmouth (NJ) 6023 310 FA
180 OH Shakir Bell Indiana State 5062 188 FA
181 OG Will Latu Abilene Christian 6032 305 FA
182 WO Freddie Martino Jr. North Greenville 5115 195 FA
183 FS Marvin Robinson Ferris State 6020 196 FA
184 TE Scott Simonson Assumption 6044 251 FA
185 OH Dillon Baxter Baker (KS) 5100 200 FA
186 PT Kollin Carman St. Francis (IN) 6001 195 FA
187 OB Carl Fleming Indiana (PA) 6006 225 FA
188 OB Alvin Scioneaux Wofford 6015 225 FA
189 SS Cameron Loeffler Jackson State 6002 208 FA
190 OB Brett Pasche Hillsdale 6004 222 FA
191 OH Joshua Birmingham Central Oklahoma 5075 194 FA
192 QB Andy Summerlin Samford 6042 219 FA
193 OB Bryan Presume Southern Illinois 5105 229 FA
194 DC Jamill Lott Jacksonville State 6002 195 FA
195 DC John Wilson Savannah State 5107 181 FA
196 OH Samuel "Sam" Ojuri North Dakota State 6000 212 FA
197 LS Chris Maikranz Lamar 6043 258 FA
198 OG Eric Pike Towson 6037 298 FA
199 DC Jack Howard Lane College 5087 175 FA
200 RS Dae'Quan Scott James Madison 5090 215 FA

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I enjoyed the latest podcast. And thanks for being on the show. It was a great insight into what the real scouting community has to go through that isn't talked about in the mainstream media.
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Thank you! I didn't go into all the details. There is more. I'd love to go in depth on all of that sometime. I think the media doesn't realize how much time and money the NFL spends on everything. It has been an honor to live the life of a true NFL scout this fall!
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Very interesting, thanks for posting. How many small school guys do you expect to be drafted?

how many small school guys were drafted last year?
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Very interesting, thanks for posting. How many small school guys do you expect to be drafted?

how many small school guys were drafted last year?
30 were drafted last year. Tough call before pro days because I could see 23-25 or 30-35 drafted this year. It will depend on the pro day performance of a few guys I have on the bubble.
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Whats up Josh, I really enjoyed the great pocast and Congrats on the gig with the NFLPA game. Awesome stuff.

I have a question. Who are the best teams in the league in your opinion that are willing to invest time and resources into aquiring small school prospects.

I might be biased, but I think the Saints have to be among the top, no?
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Whats up Josh, I really enjoyed the great pocast and Congrats on the gig with the NFLPA game. Awesome stuff.

I have a question. Who are the best teams in the league in your opinion that are willing to invest time and resources into aquiring small school prospects.

I might be biased, but I think the Saints have to be among the top, no?
All 32 teams spend about the same amount of time in terms of scouting all players. They all either use National or BLESTO or spend time contacting all schools. There are definitely some teams who I believe are willing to draft or sign small schoolers more than others. Saints would be one while the Panthers, Patriots, Rams, Ravens, Falcons, and Cowboys have all shown they will draft them and do it high.

I told Scott that I would like to go in detail this spring about how the NFL goes about working on the draft. What the media and draft fans don't realize is that a portion of the NFL is working 100% on the 2015 draft class right now and has been for a month and a half. They are about 3 steps ahead of the media and what you read on the internet.
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All 32 teams spend about the same amount of time in terms of scouting all players. They all either use National or BLESTO or spend time contacting all schools. There are definitely some teams who I believe are willing to draft or sign small schoolers more than others. Saints would be one while the Panthers, Patriots, Rams, Ravens, Falcons, and Cowboys have all shown they will draft them and do it high.

I told Scott that I would like to go in detail this spring about how the NFL goes about working on the draft. What the media and draft fans don't realize is that a portion of the NFL is working 100% on the 2015 draft class right now and has been for a month and a half. They are about 3 steps ahead of the media and what you read on the internet.
Interesting stuff. Thanks.
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Where do I find Scott's podcast? Please help. Never mind found it

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