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RASHEED BAILEY, DELAWARE VALLEY, WR
NFL DRAFT PROSPECT
Delaware Valley receiver Rasheed Bailey is the true definition of a small-school NFL Draft Prospect. Standing at 6’2 and 205-pounds he led the team with 80 catches, for a incredible 1,707 yards and 19 touchdowns. Not many times is a D3 prospect considered such a legit NFL prospect.
In 2013, he started all 11 games and earned a spot on the all-MAC first team and led the Aggies with 51 catches for 977 yards and eight touchdowns. He shattered those numbers in 2014 and once again earned the 2014 All-Middle Atlantic Football Team and named MAC Offensive Player of the Year.
Shabazz is a small school prospect with big time talent. Passes the eyeball test with his size and physical ability he is one of the top small school stars to watch as the NFL Draft approaches. Returning starter at corner back for the Golden Rams … named D2 Football.com preseason All-America … has developed into a shutdown corner in three seasons … named All-PSAC East, All-Star.
2015 NFL Draft Prospect
Michael Burton an invitee to the NFL Scouting Combine is projected to play fullback but more athletic than meets the eye.
Burton is currently training at Parabolic where he is getting bigger, stronger and faster. The former Rutgers standout proved to NFL Scouts he is more athletic than orginally thought after performing him NFL combine workouts.
Go one-on-one with Burton as he talks Rutgers football his path to the NFL Draft on this exclusive College2Pro.com Players Platform Show.
#99 B.J. Larsen
Utah State, DE
Larsen has wrapped up collegiate career and is now pursing a career on the NFL.
of size and smarts will attack attention for NFL Scouting departments.
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est Second-Team (2013); College Sports Madness Second-Team All-Mountain West (2013); Phil Steele Second-Team All-Mountain West (2013); College F
Jake Silas, Buffalo Bulls, OT
The MAC is producing more and more top NFL Draft Prospects and Silas is aiming to be the next MAC player to earn a living in the National Football League.
The NFL Draft is April 30th in Chicago, and from now till then Silas is going to be working diligently to prepare for his shot in the league.
On tonight's edition of the Total Sports Live podcast, Jovan Alford and Angela Montoni of Buzzonbroad.com will be joined by 2015 NFL Draft prospect DE/OLB Julian Howsare from Clarion University. On tonight's podcast, they will ask Howsare about his career at Clarion, how it was to play in the 2014 FCS National Bowl, and the draft process.
A two year starter at Lackawanna before establishing himself as a anchor to the Mountaineers offensive line.
Glowniski is a force on the field and is preparing for his Pro Day to impress visiting NFL Scouts.
Jawon Chisholm quietly put together a very stout career at Akron. He was invited to play in the College Gridiron Showcase in Arlington, TX in January.
The opportunity allowed Chisholm to showcase his talents in front of NFL Scouts.
Chisholm now awaits his March 10th Pro Day. It will be a day for him to show his combine skills.
Chisholm is one of the more interesting prospects at the position with his six-foot and 200 pound frame with enough power and burst to really put scouts to the work on where he shakes out when the NFL Draft rolls around on April 30th in Chicago.
Justin Hardy is one of the most prolific receivers available in the 2015 NFL Draft. He is not the oversized Calvin Johnson guy, but a smaller pinpoint route runner who finished number #1 at the NFL Scouting Combine with a 6.63 3-cone drill (one of the biggest drills for WR).
He finished his career at East Carolina 387 catches for 4,541 yards and 35 touchdowns. Hardy went on to won the Burlsworth Trophy as the nation’s best former walk-on.
He excelled at the Senior Bowl and continued his postive trend up NFL Draft boards at the NFL Scouting Combine.
On today's special edition of the Total Sports Live podcast, Jovan Alford will be joined by 2015 NFL Draft prospect linebacker Christon Gill from Western Carolina University. On today's show they will talk about his career at WCU, what he is doing right now to get prepared for this year's draft, and his journey from Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Michigan Wolverines Brennen Beyer is making his way towards the NFL after a great career in Ann Arbor.
One of the more athletic defensive linemen in the Big Ten Beyer will be a missed when the Wolverines return to action 2015. The anchor of the defense who played as a true freshman at both defensive end and linebacker, Beyer is a versatile kid with a great motor.
Catch up with Beyer as he shares his thoughts on Michigan and his journey to the NFL.
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