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Damond Talbot’s Small School Rankings **FINAL RANKINGS**

Not many are talking about Jeremy Butler from the University of Tennessee-Martin but the scouts continue to rave about him. They compare him to Anquan Boldin….

2nd Round

Jimmy Garoppolo – QB – Eastern Illinois – 6’3 – 212 – Jimmy Garoppolo could be one of the fastest risers in the NFL draft. He has Tony Romo like instincts and the kid can play. He has been hitting his players hard and his touchdown to interception ratio has been amazing.

Pierre Desir – CB – Lindenwood – 6’1, 205 – Desir had 60 tackles, with 9 interceptions and 9 pass break ups. Desir is a Washburn transfer with tons of upside. He has great mobility, and is a true ball hawk. I expect this kid to be a huge riser this year. Very mature for his age as well, which is a plus for NFL scouts.

3rd Round

Billy Turner, OT, North Dakota State – 6’6 -300 – 6’6 versatile lineman with tons of power, and range. I believe Turner has the potential to play both inside and outside. I like his heart, and passion for the game. That is impressive to me.

4th Round

Caraun Reid – DT- Princeton University – 6’2, 288 – Caraun could have been a fourth rounder if he came out this year, with another year under his belt, he could be a steal of this draft. He is only here for the time being, I believe his stock will rise.

Dakota Dozier, OG, Furman – 6’4 – 320 – I have always loved to find a sleeper guy that comes in right away and shines. Remember this name, Dakota is a very special/versatile lineman.

Jerick McKinnon – OW – Georgia Southern – 5’10 – 200 – McKinnon has moved up my boards. He is a true offensive weapon. The guy can play. I really feel that he can play at the next level. He plays QB, RB, WR, shoot he is their team.

5th Round

Terrence West – RB – Towson – 6’1 – 208 – Terrence West is only a Junior, but if this kid comes out he could go as high as the 3rd round. He is killing the FCS and will likely leave for the Draft.

Kadeem Edwards – G – Tennessee State – 6’4 – 313 – Kadeem is the best offensive lineman in the OVC. Last year the Tennessee State boys had a big time line and were able to run the ball successfully. They lost almost their entire line and are still successful. It is because big Kadeem.

Jeff Janis -WR – Saginaw Valley State – 6’3 – 215 – Jeff is the best wide receiver in this draft class. “White Lightning” is no joke, this kid ran a 4.3 forty at his junior pro day, STUPID FAST for a white boy.

Joe Don Duncan – TE – Dixie State – 6’6 – 265 – Joe Don Duncan is a freak who has had an amazing college career. He will get to highlight his skill at the Senior Bowl.

Jordan Tripp – OLB – Montana – 6’3-245 – Tripp runs well, I was told by his coaches they expect him in the 4.5s and that he has a great gym regimen. The Montana product would have a much more impressive resume if not for missing most of 2011 with an injury. Expect big things from the terror of Montana.

John Brown – WR – Pittsburg State – 5’10 – 190 – This is one of the fastest players in the draft.  Brown has had a rough childhood but boy the kid takes it out on the teams he plays against.  I am telling you this kid has talent.

Tim Flanders – RB – Sam Houston State – 5’9 – 205 – Tim is the most complete back for small schoolers. He is a faster Miguel Maysonet, this kid has been on the Walter Payton Award list consecutive years.

A.C. Leonard, TE, Tennessee State – 6’6 – 260 – A.C. was a former top 50 high school recruit and a former Florida Gator. He is very athletic and has great hands. Leonard has already signed an agent and declared for the NFL Draft.

6th Round

Matt Hazel, WR, Coastal Carolina – 6’3 – 190 – Matt Hazel has been tearing up his division for a while, but for whatever reason, he is not getting any credit. Well Matt, you have opened my eyes.

Jeff Matthews, QB, Cornell – 6’3 – 225 – Jeff is the best small school quarterback and he will look to take over for Freeman, since he has been struggling. This kid has a great release.

7th Round

Lawrence Virgil, DT, Valdosta State – 6’5 – 300 – This kid is a freak monster, I love his skills at the DT position. He is a true run stuffer and will get tons of looks from NFL scouts.

Larry Webster – DE – Bloomsburg – 6’6, 240 – Larry is an athletic freak of nature. Larry is a converted basketball center, who has great family genes. His father was a former NFL Standout for the Ravens.

Tyler Starr, OLB, South Dakota – 6’5 – 230 –This long haired Warrior reminds me of Clay Matthews. He is a force on the outside, has great size at 6’5 and hits with a “Thunder Stick”.

Kendall James, CB, Maine – 5’10 – 190 – He is flying up draft boards right now.  James is a very solid tackler, and has good ball skills.  He could be a guy that goes higher than this pick, but as of now this is a safe place for him.

Nic Jacobs, TE, McNeese State – 6’4 – 218  Nic Jacobs has great hands is a former LSU transfer.  Do not be surprised to see him get drafted high because of his skill set. He was an All-American in high school.

Jeremy Butler, WR, Tennessee-Martin -6’3- 215 – This kid is under the radar right now. No one is talking about him, they are too busy talking about Erik Lora, but this kid should take the OVC over by storm this year.

Matt Feiler – OT – Bloomsburg – 6’7 – 325 – Matt is a kid that I am hearing about a lot from scouts. This kid could be the surprise player that not many know about. He is rising fast, Bloomsburg has two NFL prospects.

Zach Moore –DE – Concordia (St. Paul) – 6’5 – 278 – Moore is a small school player who could not be blocked. He had 14 sacks and 20 tackles for loss. Moore also had total of 41 tackles.

Matt Hall – OT – Belhaven University – 6’09 – 335 – Last year in his first complete year at OT for Belhaven he dominated. Matt was a transfer from Ole Miss, and is working wonders for the Belhaven O-Line. He does line up at right tackle, but this year expect major things for the Blazers Offense.

Ethan Westbrooks – DE – West Texas A&M – 6’4, 270 – Had an outstanding first season in a Buffalo uniform as he played in all 15 games with 14 starts on the defensive line. He had 60 total tackles with 29 solo stops and led the team and conference with 28 tackles for loss for 139 yards.

Qua Cox, CB, Jackson State -5’10- 185 – Qua is the most confident corner in this draft. He is the best corner on an island, and will be able to glove a super star wide out. Cox could become the NFL’s Future Pro Bowler.

Zach Kerr, DT, Delaware – 6’2 – 330 – This massive wall will shine in a 3-4 defense. He has a crazy motor for a big guy, and is an amazing person. Kerr could be one of the best defensive tackles in the draft.

Brandon Dixon -CB – Northwest Missouri 5’11 – 201 – This kid is very talented, both him and his brother lock opponents down for NW. I love this kids tenacity. He is tough and aggressive. He will be great at the next level

Lorenzo Taliferro – RB  – Coastal Carolina -6’1 – 215 – Taliferro is a very solid big back that has great mobility.  He is a very solid player with great hands out the backfield and a sound blocker.  A team will fall in love with Lorenzo’s size.  He has Eddie George size.

Keith Lewis – CB – Virginia Lynchburg – 5’11  – 190 – This kid has jumped the highest of any prospect through the entire draft process.  He performed his pro day in front of 12 teams, and was invited to another Pro Day where he killed the event.  He has had three pre-draft visits already and teams are now blowing up this kids lines. He is a deep sleeper but will be on a 90 man roster to start the season.

Carlos Fields – LB – Winston Salem State University – 6’2 – 249 – Carlos Fields is a very solid pass rusher, that can drop in coverage and cover extremely well.  Fields is a fast riser and will be a steal for a team in the NFL Draft.

Howard Jones – DE/OLB – Shepherd – 6’2 – 240 – Howard Jones had a good combine, and the small school pass rusher has landed on the big board for the first time of the year.  Jones has a good motor and looks lost in some cases on film, but always gets to the runner.

Kerry Wynn – DE – Richmond – 6’5 – 260 – Wynn had an awesome All-Star game at the East/West Shrine game.  He has decent moves, and is hard to block one on one.  I could see Wynn sneaking onto a team during the draft.



Dustin Vaughn – West Texas A&M
Danny O’Brien – Catawba College
Kory Faulkner – Southern Illinois
Michael Rocco – Richmond
Joe Clancy – Merrimack
Gavin McCarney – Colgate
Jamal Londry-Jackson – Appalachian State
Zach Zulli – Shippensburg
Andy Summerlin – Samford
Brock Jensen – North Dakota State
Denarius McGhee – Montana State
Jon Wolf – Minnesota State
Wynrick Smothers – Central Arkansas
Brain Bell – QB – Sam Houston State
Kurt Hess – QB – Youngstown State
Bo Cordell – Tusculum
Seth Lobato – Northern Colorado
John Teigland – Winona State
Tyler Sykora – Southern Arkansas
Travis Partridge – Missouri Western
D.J. Mendenhall – Urbana (OH)
Broderick Waters – Bethune Cookman
Ben Dupree – Citadel

Running Backs

Zach Bauman – Northern Arizona –  On the Rise
Fabian Truss, RB, Samford – On the Rise
Sam Ojuri – North Dakota State
Jaamal Berry – Murray State
Shakir Bell – Indiana State
Dominique Williams – Wagner – On the Rise
Arnold Walker – Alcorn State
Franklin Quiteh – Bloomsburg
Andrew Pierce – Delaware
Rashad Wynes – Belhaven
Kyle Harbridge – Saint Francis
Teddy Allen – Charleston Southern
Aldreakis Allen – Liberty (Suspended)
DJ Adams – Portland State
Avery Walker – Bemidji State
Carlton Koonce – Fordham
Isidore Jackson – Bethune-Cookman
Tommy Gooden – Jackson State University
Dae’quan Scott – James Madison
Demetrius Bronson – Eastern Washington
Jermie Calhoun – Angelo State
Terrance Cobb – Cumberlands (KY) – On the Rise
Trae Heeter – Butler
Kevin Monangai – Villanova
John Spooney – Brown
Kedrick Rhodes – West Alabama
Keidrick Jackson – Midwestern St.
Dillon Baxter – Baker (KS)
Marcorus Garrett – Columbia
Dominick Pierre – Dartmouth
Cody Kirk – Montana State
Marcus Wiltz – McNeese State
Glenn Winston – Northwood University
Thomas Hankerson – Friends University
Jordan Anderson – Virginia State

Full Backs

Ray Agnew – Southern Illinois
Michael Lagrone – Idaho
Lyle Marsh – Penn
Dawan Nolton – Kean
Brendan Walker – Husson University
Travis Friend – Bucknell
Austen Wozniak – Indiana State
Jordan Neukirch – Illinois State
Jaryd Brown – Findlay (OH)

Wide Receivers

Lee Doss – Southern – On the Rise
Jordan Harris – Bryant – On the Rise
Greg Hardin – North Dakota – On the Rise
Erik Lora – Eastern Illinois – On the Rise
Walter Powell – Murray State – On the Rise
Seantavious Jones – Valdosta State
Mike Williams (Cal PA)
Kelsey Pope – Samford
Willie Gibson – Cumberlands (KY)
Marcus Eugene – Stony Brook
Lee Kurfis – Lehigh
Corey Washington – Newberry –  On the Rise
Ben Edwards – Richmond
Greg Moore – Lane – On the Rise
Markis Sumpter – Western New Mexico University
Fatu Moala – Southern Utah
Austin Dotson – Sacramento State
Taylor Gabriel – Abilene Christian
Zach Pendleton – Jackson State University
DeAndre Cooper – Prairie View A&M
Shane Savage – Richmond
Eddie Poole – Bethune – Cookman
Albert Wilson – Georgia Southern – ON THE RISE
Jermaine McKenzie – New Mexico Highlands
Mike Milburn – Delaware
Taylor Gabriel – Abilene Christian
Tony Washington – Appalachian State
Andrew Peacock – Appalachian State
Laderius Eckwood – Arkansas Pine-Bluff
Tyler Huber – Wisconsin Whitewater
Gerald Ford – Valdosta State ** Sat out all year**
Courtland Carson – West Carolina
Jelani Berassa – Youngstown State
Simon Heyward – Savannah State
Grant Gellatly – Cornell
Roman Wilson – Princeton
Conner Scott – Penn
Connor Nelligan – Columbia
Morris Norrise – Sacramento State
Tellef Lundevall – Brown
Brendan Green – Grand Valley State
Dwight Armbrust – Belhaven
Tyler McDonald – South Carolina State University
Jerrell Young – Saint Mary’s
LaDon Hudson – Mid America Nazarene
Derek Graves – South Dakota School of the Mines
Torrence Allen – West Texas A&M
Gianni Carter – Duquesne
Dorian Buford – Missouri State
Anthony Dean – Southwest Minnesota State
Denzell Jones – Central Connecticut
Anthony Muilenburg – Dakota Wesleyan University
Lonnie Outlaw Jr. – Miles College
Jamel Johnson – Alabama State
Lynrick Pleasant – North Texas
Thomas Winters – Arkansas Pine Bluff
Maurice Woodard – Lincoln
Mikhail Morgan – Notre Dame College
Louis Hollier Jr. – Northwestern State (LA)
Joe Webb – Urbana (OH)
Caleb Holley – East Central (OK)

Tight Ends

Michael Flacco – New Haven
Reggie Jordan – Missouri Western
Joseph Hawkins – Norfolk State
Tore Hurst – Washburn
Dezmond Beverly – Arkansas Pine Bluff
Justin Perillo – Maine
Cameron Brate – Harvard
Scott Simonson – Assumption
Austen Wozniak – Indiana State
Rob Blanchflower – UMass (Amherst)
James Oboh – Towson
Hamilton Garner – Columbia
Cameron Brate – Harvard
Adam Carl Jr. – Augsburg

Offensive Tackles

Terrence Hackney – Bethune Cookman (On The RISE) – JUNIOR
Kyle Bryant – Youngstown State – On the Rise
Danny Kistler, OT, Montana – On the Rise
Erik Pike – Towson – On the Rise
Jamal Wilson – Hampton
Frances Mayes – Florida A&M
Bruce Doyle – Brockport
Bryan Witzmann – South Dakota State
Erle Ladson Jr. – Delaware
Josh Wells – James Madison
Chris Bearden – Winston Salem State
Charles Goodwin – North Carolina Central
Sullivan Grosz – Cal Poly
William “Boss” Wright – West Georgia University
Kadeem Williams – Albany – On the Rise
Dan Kruger – Northern Iowa – On the Rise
Mitchell Van Dyke – Portland State
Gasten Gabriel – Southeastern (LA)
Tevon Conrad – Saginaw Valley State
Mike Goodman – McMurry
Chris Tolbert – Tuskegee
Marquell Rozier – UNC Pembroke
Derrick Jean – Jackson State University
Will Latu – Abilene Christian

Offensive Guards

Matt Armstrong – Grand Valley State – On the Rise
Brian Clarke – Bloomsburg – On the Rise
Dan Kruger – Northern Iowa- On the Rise
Randall Harris – Towson
Gavin Farr – Southern Utah – On the Rise
Tyler Worthley – Sacramento State
Cody O’Neill – South Dakota
William Wright – West Georgia
Tino Tuilata – Midwestern State
Lyron McClenney – Arkansas Pine-Bluff
Will Ferrell – Hampden-Sydney
Cameron Williams – Norfolk State
A.J Dalton – Robert Morris
Vincent Maene – Elizabeth City State
Scott Hernandez – Stony Brook
Mike Nelson – Central Washington
Christopher Bush – Penn
Tyler Worthley – Montana State
Steven Forgette – Eastern Washington
Jake Arthur – Jackson State University
Seamus O’Neill – New Hampshire
Bobby Kennedy – Delaware
Thurston Kino – Saint Francis (PA)

Offensive Centers

Harris Bivins – Murray State
Chris Elkins – Youngstown State – On the Rise
Joshua Matthews – Howard
Mike Sellers – Citadel
Dan Shirey – Villanova
Doug Shaw – Towson
Jared Singleton – Wofford
Kjelby Oiland – Montana
Ashton Miller – Eastern Washington
Doug Shaw – Towson
Richard Wright – Liberty (Long Snapper)

Defensive Ends

Robert Simpson – Mississippi Valley State – On the Rise
Terrence Fede – Marist – On the Rise
Adham Talaat – Gallaudet University – On the Rise
Colton Underwood – Illinois State – On the Rise
John Lattimore – North Alabama
Rob Smith – Jackson Smith
Puncho Aiono – Adams State
Jeremiah Booth – North Alabama
Joseph Dienye – Bethel University
Jibrell Fewell – Liberty
Elhadji Ndiaye – Nebraska-Kearney
Maurice Dickson – Gardner – Webb
Rakim Cox – Villanova – On the Rise
Daniel Riley – Harding
Chris Schaudt – Minnesota State
Jake Metz – Shippensburg (PA)
Anthony Grady – Missouri State
Zack Wagenmann – Montana
Pat Dowd – Dayton
Nnamdi Okukwelu – Harvard
Brad Daly – Montana State – On the Rise
Cole Jirik – North Dakota State
Doug Peete – South Dakota State
Jarrett Brown – Sam Houston State
Alex Johnson – Old Dominion

Defensive Tackles

Iosua Siliva – Austin Peay – On the Rise
Sullivan Grosz – Cal Poly – On the Rise
Mike Pennel – Colorado State – Pueblo – On the Rise
Jamie Meder – Ashland
Brandon Dykstra – Wheaton
Leslie Deamer – Northwestern State (LA) – On the Rise
Francis Bah – Liberty (On the Rise – Killed Pro Day)
Darryl Blackmon – Lincoln
Jeremy Towns – Samford
Mike Franklin – Shepherd
Leevon Perry -North Dakota State University
Donnie Owens – Winston Salem State
Joey Searcy II – Angelo State
Antoine Lewis – Villanova – On the Rise


Nate Dreiling – Pittsburg State – On the Rise
Brandon Denmark – Florida A&M – On the Rise
Deron Furr – Fort Valley State – On the Rise – Freak Athlete
D.J. Roberts – Tennessee Martin – On the Rise
Stephon Robertson – James Madison – On the Rise
Glenn Stanley – Albany State – On the Rise
Wes Dothard – Tennessee- Chattanooga – On the Rise
Cqulin Hubert – Southeastern (LA) – On the Rise
Brandon Beech – Benedict College
TaBrian Resby – Howard
Gary Onuekwusi – Monmouth
Bryce McClain – Shaw University
Bryan Presume – Southern Illinois University
Scott Hyland – Liberty
Ryan Griffin – Jackson State University
Fred Williams – UNC Pembroke
Greg Beauduy – Carson Newman
John McNabb – Jackson State University
LeQuince McCall – Eastern Illinois
Tanner Brock – Sam Houston State
Thor Woerner – Abilene Christian
Dorian Bell – Duquesne
John Kanongata’a – Montana
David Mackall – Delaware
Doug Peete – South Dakota State
Raheem Cardwell – Prairie View A&M
Leland Baker – Alabama State
Steve Orisakwe – Grambling State
Jer-Ryan Harris – Arkansas Pine-Bluff
BJ Stevens – Cal (PA)
Antonio Harper – Tennessee State
Jawarra Dudley Jr. – Stony Brook
Jakevis Fields – Bethune – Cookman
Mike Privott – Norfolk State
Anthony Morales – Weber State
Mike McClure – Coastal Carolina
Weston Reber – Virginia Military
Tavarius Wilson – North Alabama
Jeremy Stephens – Butler
Justin Sexton – Sacred Heart
Jaycob Shoemaker – Portland State
Ben Johnson – Tennesee Martin
Michael Runger – Dartmouth
Zach Olinger – Columbia
Bronson Green – Dartmouth
Bryan Johnson – West Texas A&M
Rashad Smith – Jacksonville St.
Ronnie Hamlin – Eastern Washington
Monte Gaddis – Towson
Dan Sullivan – Monmouth
Clarence Bumpas – Northern Colorado – On the Rise
Seth Mathis – Bethel (MN)
Weston Hazelhurst – Cumberlands (KY)
Grant Olson – North Dakota State – On the Rise
Preston Pemasa – Gardner – Webb
Chris Pope – Valdosta State
Alvin Scioneaux – Wofford – On the Rise
Christopher Robinson – Morgan State
Bakari Smith – Morgan State
Juan Pimienta – Jacksonville
Carlton Jones – Alabama State
Raheem Cardwell – Prairie View A&M
Johnny Millard – Cal Poly
Shelby Harris – Illinois State
Keaton Stigger – Henderson State
Michael Cole – Maine
T.J. Batchelor – Chowan


Todd Washington – Southeastern (LA) – On the Rise
Nick Addison – Bethune – Cookman ( ON THE RISE) – JUNIOR
Marcus Williams – North Dakota State – On the Rise
Bookie Sneed – Sam Houston State – On the Rise
Jordan Love – Towson
Jack Howard – Lane
Keith Villanfranco Jr. – Mississippi
Brandon Wicks – Murray State
Joe Rankin – Morgan State
Bryan Dixon – Northwest Missouri – On the Rise
Lavelle Westbrooks – Georgia Southern – On the Rise
D’Vonte Graham – North Carolina A&T – On the Rise
Elijah Lee Jr. – Charleston Southern
Kadeem Wise – Tennessee Chattanooga
Joshua Scales – Fayetteville State
Travis Crosby – North Carolina A&T
Davonte Anderson – Stony Brook
Davon Moore – Delaware State
Alex Grask – Valpraiso
Kyel Sebetic – Dayton
Chris Splinter – Harvard
Sebastian Jaskowski – Penn
Emory Polley – Brown
Kimario McFadden – South Carolina State University
Anthony “Chief” Goodwin – Montana
Devin Roberts – Florida A&M University
Dan Wilk – Penn
Rod White – West Liberty
Cantrell Andrews – SE Missouri
Tyler Davis – Missouri Valley
Tyrell Pearson – South Alabama
Tevrin Brandon – Monmouth – On the Rise
Brendan Munnerlyn – Milford Academy
Dashaun Phillips – Tarleton State
Brandon McCladdie – The Citadel
Osagie Odiase – Sacramento State
Lance Holder – Valdosta State University
Jake DeMedal – Saint Francis (PA)
Calvin Burnett – Indiana State
Thad Williams – Tennessee-Martin
Kevin Fogg – Liberty – On the Rise
Malcolm Butler – West Alabama – On the Rise
Riyahd Richardson – Concord University


Jestin Love – Central Arkansas – On the Rise
Dexter Moody – Albany State – On the Rise
Marvin Robinson – Ferris State – On the Rise
Lucky Dozier – Northern Arizona – On the Rise
L.J. McCray – Catawba – On the Rise
John Ojo – Florida A&M University
Darian Yahyavi – Murray State
Chris Poston – Emporia State
Jon Davidson – Idaho State
E.J. Woods – New Mexico Highlands
Bo Schuetzle – Eastern Washington
Ryan Shaw – Arkansas Pine-Bluff
Reuben Johnson – Stony Brook
Trey Wolfe – Fort Valley State
Cam Loeffler – Jackson State University
Caleb Massey – North Alabama
T.J. Lee – Eastern Washington
Allen Brown – Eastern Washington
Jamil Lott – Jacksonville State
Jonathan Pillow – Florida A&M
Jack Moro – St. Cloud State – On the Rise – Next Best Player (Close to 7th Round)
Nick Williams – North Alabama
Devin Wallace – Virginia Union – On the Rise
David Van Dyke – Tennessee State
D.J. Key – Tennessee Chattanooga
Nick Beard – Eastern Illinois
Ben Ericksen – Illinois State
Michael Green – Lenoir Rhyne
Trelan Taylor – Chadron State
Fred Gaines – East Central
Ian Williams – Fordham
Manny Asam – New Hampshire
Corey Addison – Murray State
Caleb Nelson – Stephen F. Austin
Jerome Couplin III – William & Mary
Anthony Baskin – Carson-Newman
Jordan Dewhirst – Jacksonville (FL)
Trey Williams – Idaho
Derrick Morgan – Stony Brook
James Zotto – Wofford
Ben Waggoner – Dartmouth
Taiyon Jackson – Midwestern State
Tyriq Kershaw – Shippensburg


Bobby Wenzig – Alabama State
Ray Early – Furman
Kevin Van Voris – West Texas A&M – On the Rise
Brandon Kliesen – CSU-Pueblo
Andy Wilder – Northern Arizona
Brock Miller – Southern Utah
Zack Pulkinen – Bemidji State


Paul Layton – Temple
Nick Ferrara – Stony Brook
Sergio Castillo – West Texas A & M
Colton Cook – Southern Utah
Sam Brockshus – Minnesota State
Curt Duncan – Carson Newman
Nick Belcher – South Carolina State


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