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In 2013, Nate Askew made the switch from receiver to linebacker for his final season at Texas A&M. During his freshman through junior seasons, Asker was used sparingly catching nine passes over that period. His senior season at linebacker Askew played in all 12 games at linebacker, starting at Arkansas and against Missouri. 33 stops on the year, with 22 solo tackles. He also ranked second on the team with two interceptions. He return an interception 30 yards for a touchdown and joined a small group of players who have scored both offensive and defensive touchdowns in their careers with the Aggies. Had a career-high seven stops against Missouri, with four solo tackles and an assisted sack. The biggest boost to his NFL Draft stock was running a 4.45 at his Pro Day which beats any time recorded at the position from the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine.
One of the best in college football Brian Peters joins the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show, hosted by Bo Marchionte.
Honors and Awards
2013: Academic All-Big Ten, consensus All-Big Ten honorable mention
2012: Academic All-Big Ten, consensus All-Big Ten honorable mention
2011: Academic All-Big Ten
At Wisconsin Allen set school record by playing in 54 games and never missed a game in four-year career. Over the last two seasons he started 26 games and recorded 94 tackles, including 15.0 TFLs and 8.0 sacks ... blocked two kicks and recovered a fumble for a touchdown at Arizona State. He played a variety of positions with the Badgers. He was the starting NG in 3-4 scheme as a senior after playing DT in 4-3 alignment in first three seasons.
Kelwin Burke, Jr., has excellent lateral quickness, great speed, shifty feet, and outstanding change of direction. His most recent 40 time is 4.5. He catches everything thrown at him--even those that shouldn't be caught. He broke his school's record by rushing for 1,336 yards and scoring 17 touchdowns in a single season. He rushed for 235 yards and scored 3 touchdowns in a single game. He was the HAAC 2013 Number 1 Running Back.
With the days ticking down to April 30th and the NFL Draft don't miss one of the last College2Pro.com Players' Platform Shows amongst 2015 NFL Draft Prospects.
Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Kelwin Burke, Jr.
Quote from the movie Moneyball, Scout: "We're all told at some point in time that we can no longer play the children's game, we just don't...we don't know when that's gonna be. Some of us are told at eighteen, some of us are told at forty, but we're all told."
If you look to continue your dream the Winnipeg Blue Bombers are holding tryouts and take very seriously the use of these one day camps. Assistant GM & Director of Player Personnel Ted Goveia finds these as a rich source of scouting and adding players to his roster. With the NFL Draft a few weeks away not all players will make it, leaving the door open to play professional football in Canada in the CFL.
Goveia joins the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show, to discuss the opportunities the are few and far between at this juncture for many players leaving college or still looking to play the game of football.
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2015 NFL Draft Prospect
Southeast Missouri State
Reggie Jennings played cornerback and free safety at Lincoln University and Southeast Missouri State University. While hailing from small schools, you'll find he has a great deal to contribute at the NFL level. His natural physicality, agility, and acumen for his position and the game will translate well and immediately make him a productive asset.
Join host Bo Marchionte of College2Pro.com on the Players' Platform Show with special guest Reggie Jennings as the days tick down to the 2015 NFL Draft.
2015 NFL Draft Prospect
Montclair State Linebacker
Joe Koonce excelled at the Chicago Regional Combine that led to his invitation to the Super Regional in Phoenix. In Chicago, where he demonstrated a 10'8" broad jump and 40" vertical, and in Phoenix, a 10'10 broad jump, 38" vertical, and 22 reps. Productive and durable Koonce is creeping up on NFL teams with talent at the linebacker position.
Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Joe Koonce on the College2Pro.com Players' Platform Show. With a few short days away from the NFL Draft, College2Pro is still delivering NFL Draft Prospects.
Redshirt senior cornerback Ishmael Banks is preparing to make his way to the NFL after wrapping up his college career. Playing against Kevin White alone in practice should help be a good indicator have his skill set for the game.
Banks is a solid prospect with good hips and is not afraid to lower his shoulder and be a factor in the run game. A slight hamstring pull limited him during his Pro Day which is always a negative for the player, but does not mean he won't be ready when the NFL comes calling.
Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Ishmeal "Icky" Banks on the College2Pro.com Players' Platform Show.
NFL Draft Prospect
Fifth-year senior, Ricky Zorn has ended his career at Harvard and now takes aim at the NFL. The former star high school quarterback emerged as one of the schools best wide receivers in Harvard's history. Despite missing all but one game his senior season he still made in impression with a athletic catch for the ages. His most productive season was 2013 in which he caught 50 passes, for 700 yards and three score.
Join host Bo Marchionte and Ivy-League standout Ricky Zorn on the College2Pro.com Players' Platform Show.
Alex Hill, C, Illinois
The anchor of the Illinois offensive line Alex Hill is now preparing for the NFL. Since 2011 in his redshirt freshman season he appeard in four games and starting two in which his first was Michigan.
Hill showed versalitly along the offensive line being inner-changable amongst the positions. Leaving high school has was also recruited by both Duke and Arizona. Illinois seemed like the perfect call when looking back on the success Hill had with the Fighting Illini.
Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Alex Hill on the College2Pro.com Players' Platform Show.
David Irving (6-foot-7 3/4, 273 pounds) ran the 40-yard dash in 4.84 seconds during his workout earlier this year that included seven NFL clubs. He impressed them with a 1.69-second 10-yard split. He also had a 38-inch vertical jump and a 10-foot-8 broad jump. He did the 20-yard short shuttle in 4.53 seconds and the three-cone drill in 7.27 seconds.
His possesses an long arms (87 3/4") wingspan that only enhances his potential to NFL teams interested in the Iowa State standout.
Join host Bo Marchionte along with special guest David Irving on the College2Pro.com Players' Platform Show.
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