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Furman’s Marcus McMorris has been both linebacker and defensive back on any given Saturday, it might be best to just play it safe and call him a playmaker. McMorris has established himself as one of the true small-school prospects with a legit shot at making it in the NFL.
No matter where he lined up on the field in 2013 for the Paladins, all he did was make plays.
In his first season as a starter, the Newberry native racked up 113 tackles, including nine for loss, and was selected Furman’s Defensive Player of the Year.
Maryland is losing one of the most intense and productive players in Farrand. He once had 23 tackles against Clemson and has been the stability the team defensively.
Tune in to "Inside the War Room" where David West will be hosting Star Harvard DE/LB Zack Hodges. This "Harvard Man" needs no introduction as he is viewed by many as the highest rated Small School Prospect available in the 2015 NFL Draft. He needs to bulk up in order to improve setting the edge as well as improving his discipline keeping contain in run support. However, his upside is nearly unlimited as he has a long frame, great first-step, incredbile flexibility, wide array of pass rush moves, and most importantly a non-stop motor. You can watch him in action against Holy Cross this year here: http://draftbreakdown.com/video/zack-hodges-vs-holy-cross-2014/ Be sure to follow Zack & NFL Draft War Room on Twitter @ZBHodges & @NFLDraftWRoom respectively. Also, find out where he is ranked for the 2015 NFL Draft here: http://www.nfldraftwarroom.com/outside-linebacker.html
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DAVID COOPER, INDIANA, LB
Cooper started all 36 games during his time in Bloomington and recorded eight-or-more tackles 16 times. He wrapped up his career with 231 stops, 136 solo, with 5.5 sacks (41 yards), 18 tackles for loss (63 yards), one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and four pass breakups. Cooper graduated with a bachelor of liberal studies degree in December 2014.
2014 Honors: Named IU's Defensive Teammate of the Year.
2014 (Senior): Finished fourth on the team with 60 tackles, 34 solo, with three tackles for loss ... started all 12 games ... paced the team in tackles twice (Indiana State and Penn State) ... opened the season with eight stops and one TFL in the Indiana State win ... made nine tackles the following game at Bowling Green ... collected six stops and one tackle for loss at Michigan and against Penn State ... posted seven tackles vs. No. 8 Michigan State ... closed out his career with six stops, five solo, in the Purdue win ... netted six games with six-or-more tackles.
Tune in to "Inside the War Room" where Mickey Frigge will be hosting Star Harvard DE/LB Zack Hodges. This "Harvard Man" needs no introduction as he is viewed by many as the highest rated Small School Prospect available in the 2015 NFL Draft. He needs to bulk up in order to improve setting the edge as well as improving his discipline keeping contain in run support. However, his upside is nearly unlimited as he has a long frame, great first-step, incredbile flexibility, wide array of pass rush moves, and most importantly a non-stop motor. You can watch him in action against Holy Cross this year here: http://draftbreakdown.com/video/zack-hodges-vs-holy-cross-2014/ Be sure to follow Zack & NFL Draft War Room on Twitter @ZBHodges & @NFLDraftWRoom respectively. Also, find out where he is ranked for the 2015 NFL Draft here: http://www.nfldraftwarroom.com/outside-linebacker.html
Recently invited to the NFL Super Regional Combine, Tavarus Dantzler is the one guy you don't know about - But should!
The College2Pro.com Players' Platform Show is excited to welcome Tavarus Dantzler as their featured guest at 4:30est. If you miss the show live check it out at Itunes, Blogtalkradio.com and College2Pro.com.
Go one-on-one with this diamond in the rough that is about to be discovered and revealed on an NFL roster. For more on Dantzler go to College2Pro.com
Join host Bo Marchionte with Tavarus Dantzler.
On the 4th Edition of Inside the War Room I have the play-making linebacker Spencer Lynn of California University of Pennsylvania. He is instinctive and always is around the ball to make a play. From Belle Vernon High school in PA stayed closer to home to play his college football. He is well rounded with the Vulcan campus body and highly respected by teammates as well. We look forward to have the Vulcan star on here tonight!
-240 career tackles (7th in school history)
-1st Team All-PSAC West
-Capital One 1st Team Academic All-American
-USA College Football 1st Team All-American
-2014 College All-American Bowl Defensive MVP
Here's the link to his highlight tape: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvbTA3w_PF4
Bringing the next generation of tomorrow's NFL stars to you today on the College2Pro.com Players' Platform Show. Join host Bo Marchointe and special guest Michael Reynolds of Kansas.
Career Honors: 2014: Preseason Third Team All-Big 12 (Phil Steele Magazine), Preseason Fourth Team All-Big 12 (Athlon Sports) KU Defensive Player of the Week vs. Oklahoma State, College Football Performance Awards honorable mention Linebacker of the Week vs. Texas Tech.
2014 (Sr.): Started all 12 games in 2014 at BUCK… Ranked fourth in the nation and first in the Big 12 Conference in forced fumbles with five… Led the Jayhawks in tackles-for-loss (14.5), and sacks (7.0), while finishing sixth on the team with 45 total tackles… Ranked fourth in the conference in tackles-for-loss and fifth in sacks… Recorded a sack-caused-fumble in three of the last seven games… Tallied 13.0 of his 14.5 tackles-for-loss in Big 12 play… Picked up his first-career start in the win over SEMO... Credited with four tackles, including 1.5 TFLs for a loss of four yards and a quarterback hurry... Had one tackle and a QBH at Duke... Forced a fumble on his first sack of the season against Central Michigan, finishing with three total tackles... Recorded two tackles, both behind the line of scrimmage, with one being a sack against Texas... Had three tackles and one tackle-for-loss at West Virginia.
TA's Scouting Scoop discusses academics and football with 2015 LB prospect Masta Hicks (Bastrop, TX) as he makes his announcement as to what college he will attend.
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