QB Teddy Bridgewater- Louisville- most ready of all the QB’s to start Day 1. Johnny Manziel- Texas A&M- The Playmaker. Fun to watch. Derek Carr- Fresno State- biggest arm of…


  1. Teddy Bridgewater- Louisville- most ready of all the QB’s to start Day 1.
  2. Johnny Manziel- Texas A&M- The Playmaker. Fun to watch.
  3. Derek Carr- Fresno State- biggest arm of the group. USC game was scary.
  4. Blake Bortles- Central Florida- I’m not sold. Huge upside but could bust.
  5. Zach Mettenberger- LSU- reminds me of Flacco.
  6. AJ McCarron- Alabama- arm strength outside the hash marks a question.
  7. Jimmy Garapolo- Eastern Illinois- the next Tony Romo?


  1. Tre Mason– Auburn- the next Ray Rice minus the knocking out women.
  2. Ka’Deem Carey- Arizona- quietly gains over 100 yards every game.
  3. Carlos Hyde- Ohio State– best of the big RB’s
  4. Bishop Sankey- Washington– ran much better at the combine than expected.
  5. Lache Seastrunk- Baylor– can take any ball to the house.
  6. Jeremy Hill– LSU– 2nd best big back. On probation through July 2015.
  7. Devonta Freeman- Florida State- stood out in a loaded offense.


  1. Sammy Watkins- Clemson- By far the number one receiver.
  2. Mike Evans- Texas A&M- reminds many of Vincent Jackson.
  3. Odell Beckham Jr.- LSU- great receiver and return man.
  4. Marqise Lee- USC- disappointing year with injuries and QB play.
  5. Allen Robinson- Penn State last 2 yrs. 174 catches over 2400 yds.
  6. Brandin Cooks- Oregon State- led FBS with 1670 yds, can fly.
  7. Kelvin Benjamin- Florida State- production never equaled talent.


  1. Eric Ebron- UNC- I have a man crush, the next Jimmy Graham.
  2. Jace Amaro-Texas Tech– rumors are the Patriots love him.
  3. Austin Seferian Jenkins- Washington major red zone threat.
  4. Troy Nicklas- Notre Dame- good blocker sure hands on a huge frame 6’7 270.
  5. CJ Fiedorowicz- Iowa best TE from a blocking perspective.
  6. Arthur Lynch- Georgia- solid in all areas not going to stretch the field.
  7. Richard Rodgers- Cal- huge upside but came out a year early.


  1. Jake Matthews- Texas A&M dad Bruce played 19 years and made 14 Pro Bowls
  2. Greg Robinson- Auburn huge athletic man, great run blocker.
  3. Taylor Lewan Michigan- started 48 games at LT for Wolverines.
  4. Zach Martin- Notre Dame– safe pick. Will at worst be a pro bowl guard
  5. Morgan MosesVirginia– an athletic 320. had a great year.
  6. Cyrus KoujandioAlabama– knee is a concern but he played 2 yrs on it.
  7. Antonio Richardson Tennessee– big man that started 24 consecutive games.


  1. David Yankey Stanford-  had 40 starts at guard and tackle at Stanford.
  2. Xavier Su’Afilo- UCLA- Tackle that moved to guard after mormon mission.
  3. Gabe Jackson- Mississippi State- Bulldog coaches rave about his high football IQ
  4. Cyril Richardson- Baylor– slipped after poor Senior Bowl week, too big.
  5. Anthony Steen- Alabama- shoulder surgery forced him to miss bowl game.
  6. Brandon Thomas- Clemson– performed very well Senior Bowl week,
  7. Chris Watt- Notre Dame– wide bodied solid guy that played 50 games for ND.


  1. Travis Swanson- Arkansas- most capable to start week 1.
  2. Marcus Martin- USC- can play any position in the middle of the line.
  3. Weston Richburg- Colorado State- better than expected quickness and strength
  4. Tyler Larsen- Utah State- brother Cody plays for Ravens.
  5. Bryan Stork- Florida State- underrated reason why Winston won the Heisman.
  6. Russell Bodine- UNC- led the combine with 42 reps at the bench press.
  7. Gabe Ikard Oklahoma– a fit for mobile zone blocking schemes.


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