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Komments - Harris, Hawkins, Watson, Buice, Bredl and Bonner Interviews

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Analysis! Interviews! Commentary! Join Greg Kellogg and special guests as they talk about everything from the absurd to the zany in this weekly football gabfest!  It's time to start talking to NFL Draft Prospects so join us as we focus on the future of the NFL! We have six interviews tonight.  

We start with Detroit Lions LB Jerrell Harris.  After spending his first two years around the league with the Falcons, Jaguars, Patriots, Chargers, Raiders and Broncos, Harris joined the Lions as a member of the practice squad in 2014.

Next up is South Alabama LB Davin Hawkins.  He started his career on defense before switching to offense his Junior season.  In spring practice last season he moved back to defense where he stood out for the Jaguars.

DT Sean Watson of Jacksonville State started his career as a redshirt freshman at Baylor.  After transfering to Jacksonville State, Watson became a fixture as a 3-4 DE in 2013.

RB Lemond Buice of Florida A&M is your typical all-around back.  He catches the ball, runs the ball and even returns the ball.  

DE Josh Bredl from National Champion Colorado State - Pueblo turned limited opportunities into big plays.  Perhaps none bigger than his FG Block in the national championship game against Minnesota St.-Mankato.

QB Chris Bonner from National Champion Colorado State - Pueblo is a fast rising QB prospect that has scouts drooling.  He has led his team to a 25-2 record over the past two seasons with losses by one point to 2nd ranked Fort Lewis and a 4-point defeat to perrenial power Grand Valley State the only games marring what could have been two perfect seasons.

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