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« on: Mar 02, 2012 at 11:25 »

2012 Top Small School NFL Draft Prospects 09 February 2012


On average, around 25-30 non-FBS players are selected in the NFL draft. Generally, the first goes off the board somewhere in the second round, and then more start coming off the board by the 4th and 5th round.

For our most recent Small School Big Board Update, we've given 28 non-FBS prospects Draft Round Grades, with 67 possible draft picks and likely Priority Free Agent grades.

The head of the class features the usual Janoris Jenkins, Brian Quick, and Ryan Steed. But get to know the likes of Micah Pellerin, Asa Jackson, Adrian Hamilton,  Dale Moss, Shawn Loiseau, Rico Wallace, Daryl Richardson, and Antonio Leak.

(Rank - Name - Pos.  - College - Round Grade)

1 - Janoris Jenkins - CB - North Alabama - 1st

2 - Brian Quick - WR - Appalachian State - 2nd

3 - Ryan Steed - CB - Furman - 3rd
4 - Micah Pellerin - CB - Hampton - 3rd

5 - Thomas Mayo - WR - California PA - 4th
6 - Josh Norman - CB - Coastal Carolina - 4th

7 - Trumaine Johnson - CB - Montana - 5th
8 - Asa Jackson - CB - Cal Poly - 5th
9 - BJ Coleman - QB - Chattanooga - 5th
10 - Shawn Loiseau - ILB - Merrimack - 5th
11 - Tim Benford - WR - Tennessee Tech - 5th
12 - Amini Silatolu - OG - Midwestern State - 5th
13 - Adrian Hamilton - DE - Prarie View A&M - 5th

14 - Jeff Adams - OT - Columbia - 6th
15 - Dale Moss - WR - South Dakota State - 6th
16 - Aston Whiteside - DE - Abilene Christian - 6th
17 - Ryan Davis - DE - Bethune Cookman - 6th
18 - Gino Gradkowski - OG - Delaware - 6th
19 - Ronnie Cameron - DT - Old Dominion - 6th
20 - Rico Wallace - WR - Shenendoah - 6th
21 - Daryl Richardson - RB - Abilene Christian - 6th
22 - Derrius Brooks - CB - Western Kentucky - 6th

23 - Jeremy Lane - CB - Northwestern St - 7th
24 - Tom Compton - OT - South Dakota - 7th
25 - Janzen Jackson - S - McNeese State - 7th
26 - Alex Tanney - QB - Monmouth (IL) - 7th
27 - Julian Talley - WR - Umass - 7th
28 - Rishaw Johnson - OG - California PA - 7th
29 - Antonio Leak - OLB - Henderson State - 7th
30 - Aaron Corp - QB - Richmond - 7th
31 - Justin Bethel - S - Presbyterian - 7th
32 - Jake Trantin - ILB - William & Mary - PFA

33 - Reggie Sandilands - ILB - Bethune Cookman - PFA
34 - Jeron McMillion - S - Maine - PFA
35 - Emil Igwenagu - FB - Umass - PFA
36 - Jonathan Grimes - RB - William & Mary - PFA
37 - DJ Bryant - DE - James Madison - PFA
38 - Damon Harrison - DT - William Penn - PFA
39 - Ed Gainey - CB - Appalachian State - PFA
40 - David LeGree - QB - Hampton - PFA
41 - Renard Williams - DT - Eastern Washington - PFA
42 - Christian Thompson - S - South Carolina St - PFA
43 - Chris Greenwood - CB - Albion - PFA
44 - Corry White - S - Samford - PFA
45 - DJ McNorton - RB - North Dakota State - PFA
46 - Caleb McSurdy - ILB - Montana - PFA
47 - DeShawn Shead - S - Portland State - PFA
48 - Jewel Hampton - RB - Southern Illinois - PFA
49 - Chris Summers - WR - Liberty - PFA
50 - Patrick Witt - QB - Yale - PFA
51 - Tyler Holmes - OLB - Umass - PFA
52 - Jeremy Jones - CB - Wayne State - PFA
53 - Trevor Kennedy - WR - Mercyhurst - PFA
54 - Delano Johnson - OLB - Bowie State - PFA
55 - Alex Gottlieb - TE - William & Mary - PFA
56 - Zach Nash - OLB - Sacramento State - PFA
57 - Clarence Laster - CB - SW Oklahoma State - PFA
58 - Phillip Supernaw - TE - Ouchita Baptist - PFA
59 - Dustin Waldron - OG - Portland State - PFA
60 - Kyle Fiedoriwicz - TE - North Central College - PFA
61 - Joe Long - OT - Wayne State - PFA
62 - Josue Ortiz - DE - Harvard - PFA
63 - Charles Deas - DT - Shaw - PFA
64 - Kevin Hardy - WR - Citadel - PFA
65 - Tyler Butzler - OG - Wisconsin-Stout - PFA
66 - Christo Bilukidi - DT - Georgia State - PFA
67 - Rasaad Carter - WR - Tusculum - PFA
68 - Tyler Hendrickson - OT - Concordia St. Paul - PFA
69 - Mike Harris - RB - Murray State - PFA
70 - Shae Allard - OT - Delaware - PFA
71 - LJ Fort - OLB - Northern Iowa - PFA

72 - Lamont Bryant - TE - Morgan State - FA
73 - LaQuinton Evans - WR - Southern - FA
74 - Ashton Legett - RB - Illinois State - FA
75 - Chris Lum - QB - Lehigh - FA
76 - Cordell Bell - OG - Minnesota State - FA
77 - Paul Cornick - OG - North Dakota State - FA
78 - Kavarrio Middleton - TE - Montana - FA
79 - Adrian Moore - RB - Arkansas Pine-Bluff - FA
80 - Travaris Cadet - RB - Appalachian State - FA
81 - Josh Smith - WR - Kutztown - FA
82 - Logan Allemand - OG - Wisconsin-Whitewater - FA
83 - Jamar Howard - WR - Central Missouri - FA
84 - Pat Willaims - OLB - James Madison - FA
85 - Antonio Dennard - CB - Langston - FA
86 - Laron Scott - CB - Georgia Southern - FA
87 - Randy Colling - DT - Gannon - FA
88 - Tyler Osbourne - OLB - Southern Utah - FA
89 - Lanny Kelly - CB - Howard - FA
90 - Domnique Ellis - S - South Carolina St - FA
91 - Vittorio Ottanelli - OT - Colgate - FA
92 - Ryan Lewis - OLB - Bethune Cookman - FA
93 - Bo Levi Mitchell - QB - Eastern Washington - FA
94 - Tre Graham - CB - Richmond - FA
95 - Jared Green - WR - Southern - FA
96 - Casey Therriault - QB - Jackson State - FA
97 - Brian McNally - DE - New Hampshire - FA
98 - Lamark Brown - WR - Minnesota State - FA
99 - DJ Hall - OG - Texas State - FA
100 - Nathan Dick - QB - Central Arkansas - FA

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« Reply #1 on: Mar 03, 2012 at 10:56 »

As much as I would like to see it, Ryan Steed is not going to be an NFL corner unless his pro day turns out much better than the combine.  He ran a 4.68 in the 40; and although his other drills were very good, that's surprisingly poor straight-line speed.  Have to believe that's an anomaly or he wouldn't have run at all, but we'll have to see.

As for Quick at AppSt, Steed beat him like a rented mule this year in a one-on-one matchup.  The only time he did anything against Furman was when they went to a prevent for about two plays at the end of the game.  He had one catch the entire game when Steed went man to man.

BJ Coleman:  Overrated, IMO.  Had really good receivers and a powerful arm, but turned the ball over a lot when forced to go to a second/third read. 

Justin Bethel:  This might be a good option at safety.  Good athlete, had a great combine and played for a terrible team in college.  Interviewed him, and he seems like a fantastic kid who has a lot of upside.

Wasn't at all impressed with Gainey.  Got burned for a 73-yd TD vs. Furman.  Also, Georgia Southern players are typically great athletes that can't spell their own name, so I'm always skeptical of them.
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