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Connecticut DT Kendall Reyes has great measurables to catch the eye of NFL scouts, and he's versatile too. But more than anything, his intangibles could get him into the draft's first round.
When NFL teams get excited about South Carolina CB Stephon Gilmore, it's not about his college production. It's about outstanding size and speed, and measurables that jump off the page.
The most impressive part of USC DE Nick Perry's game might be his first step. But there's something curious about a player whose 40 time is faster than his 20-yard shuttle. Nolan Nawrocki explains.
Kevin Zeitler follows in a long line of decorated Wisconsin Badgers linemen. And the impression the Badger makes on Nolan Nawrocki bodes just as well as his teammates' success.
We know all about the defensive talent at LSU. But Tigers WR Rueben Randle is on a mission to join a couple of defensive teammates in the draft's first round. Will he succeed?
The whole NFL is searching for their own Jimmy Graham or Rob Gronkowski, but they'll be disappointed with a weak TE class. Stanford TE Coby Fleener, a hardworking vertical threat, is the exception.
Alabama CB Dre Kirkpatrick is one of about seven Crimson Tide defenders who may be drafted, and maybe the last to go in round one. Find out how the Bengals, Titans and Lions could all be in play.
Haven't heard of Midwestern State? Amini Silatolu will change that. One of Nolan Nawrocki's favorite evaluations of the year is poised to bring his talent and temperament to the draft's first round.
He's young, he's huge, and he has loads of talent. That's a recipe for tons of upside for LSU DT Michael Brockers, who's a sure-fire first-round draft pick.
Syracuse DE Chandler Jones comes from a tough family--one brother plays in the NFL, the other is a champion MMA fighter. It's the kind of pedigree NFL teams could use a first-round pick on.
Had Georgia's Cordy Glenn entered the NFL Draft a year ago, he'd have been a first-rounder. With another year of seasoning under his belt, the lineman could crack the top half of round one.
A team captain on a National Champion defense, Alabama's Mark Barron brings experience and leadership to the NFL. The safety isn't the best in coverage, but not many DBs can stuff the run like him.
While USC's Matt Kalil steals the attention from other offensive linemen in the NFL Draft, Riley Reiff sits as a top-five lineman in the draft, and PFW's #16 prospect.
How high will Alabama OLB Courtney Upshaw go in the NFL Draft? The bulldog backer is scheme-versatile, and has a first-round pick with his name on it. Whose uniform will he wear as a pro?
North Carolina DE Quinton Coples poses an intriguing challenge for NFL teams. He's one of the most talented players in the draft, but has a red-flag work ethic. Can an NFL coach turn him around?