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Fresh Meat: Pre-NFL Draft Rankings – 21 – 40

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Player Position Specs Quick Hits
Evan Engram


WR/TE 6’3/234 4.42 40, tweener hence the designation, not going to be inline but LBs can’t stay with him and too big for DBs, good catch radius, look for him to sneak into round 2 of both the NFL and your rookie draft.
James Conner


RB9 6’1/233 More than an Amazing story of beating cancer! Thumper that’s not just a goal line vulture, not given credit for good hands. 52 rushing TDs and 4 receiving TDs career.
Wayne Gallman


RB10 6’0/215 4.6 40, 5.1 ypc and 17 rushing TDs last year, won’t have to draft him this high but there’s something to be said about being able to stay on the field for all downs.
Marlon Mack


RB11 5’11/213 4.50 40, breaks arm tackles and always looking for paint, looks to bounce outside too much but big plays are coming, college production 33 TDs in 36 games (12 games/ year).
Jeremy McNichols

Boise State

RB12 5’9/214 4.49 40, showed ability to carry the load if asked, Better than average hands and has some Nasty in him, Good vision and field awareness.
Malachi Dupre


WR10 6’2/192 Underutilized at LSU, don’t expect immediate return but worth a hold.  Able to separate from DBs without always having to use speed, Does LSU produce WRs with good hands?
Brian Hill


RB13 6’1/219 4.54 40, work horse back with good burst and agility for his frame, doesn’t hesitate to lower his hat but finds good angle and gets to top end speed quickly.
Dede Westbrook


WR11 6’0/178 4.44 40, Ju-CO transfer with 2 years at OU of 2267 receiving yards and 21 TDs, not going to be a teams’ WR1, plenty of deep shots coming his way but be ready to roll the dice on Boom/Bust games.
ArDarius Stewart


WR12 5’11/204 4.49 40, Maybe SEC biased to have him this high, only touched the ball 62 (8 rushes) times in his Junior year but averaged 15 yards per touch and 8 TDs
Bucky Hodges


TE 6’6/257 Crushed the Combine, 4.57 40, 39” Vertical and 11’2 in broad jump, explosive, going to challenge new team’s TE1 for target share by end of year one.
KD Cannon


WR13 5’11/182 System guy, well it is Baylor right?  Don’t write him off. 1030 yards as a freshman opposite Corey Coleman in 2014, 1215 yards this year with 13 TDs on 87 grabs.
Elijah Hood


RB14 6’0/232 4.62 40, 5.9 YPC against ACC defense in his last year, 17 TDs as a Sophomore, 25 receptions in Junior year, cut back, acceleration and tough to bring down. Checks a lot of boxes off.
Deshaun Watson


QB1 6’2/221 Finally, a QB comes off the board.  Hope I don’t have to start this year but will add a few points each game with his legs, needs a dominant WR to build a connection with. Responsible for 116 TDs in 3 years as a Tiger.
Jamaal Williams


RB15 6’0/212 5.59 40, bad metrics at Combine dropped his stock and future bank account, 4 years of production, will have to slowly work his way up the depth chart. 4468 all-purpose yards with 5.4 ypc and 35 rushing TDs.
Ishmael Zamora


WR14 6’4/224 4.58 40, big and fast enough. Wouldn’t surprise me if was in this classes top 5 WR in a few years. Only one year of production, Best potential value in this range at WR
Donnel Pumphrey


RB16 5’8/176 4.48 40, plays faster with the ball in his hands, 7444 all-purpose yards yep you can read that again:  broke Marshall Faulks records, big play ability from anywhere on the field, fun to watch for sure, can his frame hold up?
Aaron Jones
RB17 5’9/208 4.56 40, 7.7 yards per carry at UTEP with over 2000 yards rushing and receiving his senior year, true three down back that can do a little of everything with good balance
Josh Reynolds

Texas A&M

WR15 6’3/194 4.52 40, against SEC DBs in 3 years:  2788 receiving yards (17.0 ypc) and 30 TDs, slender frame, don’t be surprised to see this guy skyrocket up rookie rankings if he is drafted to a good situation.
Patrick Mahomes

Texas Tech

QB2 6’2/225 Has an Arm for days (78 yard throw at his Pro day), mobility in the pocket is better than most and can throw from any angle, Forces balls he shouldn’t and just lets it fly for too many jump balls, Biggest Boom potential of all the QBs.
Josh Malone


WR16 6’3/208 4.40 40, tall and fast but not agile enough to make the leap to WR1 on a consistent basis, 19.4 YPC and 11 TDs on only 50 receptions last year.

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