Connect with us

AFC

How come I cannot find a NFLPA certified agent to rep me?

Draft Diamonds LogoWe at NFL Draft Diamonds are doing something a little different this week.  We have been getting contacted by numerous players who are looking for representation.  So what we did was compile a list of guys that went out on our free newsletter that was sent out to NFL agents to help the players out.  Here is the list of players we cannot believe are still looking for an agent. Well we are going to put it on our site every once in a while and try to help some players land an agent and get a shot.

Shaquille Lewis – DB – Louisiana College – 6’1 – 195 pound ball hawk

Shaq recently was invited to the Dream Bowl, where he knocked the socks off of several scouts. He had a 76’ inch wingspan, 33 inch arms, a 37 inch vertical and a 10 foot broad jump. This is a very small school kid folks, but he broke the Louisiana College record last year with 14 interceptions.

AN NFL scout said this too me about Lewis:

He has great hips, good athleticism, and feet. He is physical and fearless. He definitely stood out when he competed. I know the CFL scouts were drooling over him, but I am not sure if he makes it to the CFL, he might be in a camp with the impressive numbers today.

Lewis found out yesterday he will be participating in both McNeese State pro day as well as Northwestern State!

  shaq_lewis22
Just got the confirmation that I will have two pro days @ Mcneese St. & Northwestern state! @OptimumScouting @DraftDiamonds @elevenbravo138
1/21/15 6:53 PM

James Kenner – RB – Stony Brook University

I was contacted this week by James Kenner a for JUCO transfer from ASA College. He is a 2015 NFL Draft Prospect looking for representation. He is a 6 foot, 205 back that played in 11 games this year taking carries away from former Iowa standout Marcus Coker. Kenner finished the season with 372 rushing yards and 3 touchdowns. Kenner is a Jersey native and really just wants a shot at the next level.

Gary White Jr. – CB – Eastern Michigan University

White is a nickel back that is 6’ and 200 pounds. He played in 9 games this season and finished the year with 16 tackles, 2 TFL, and one blocked field goal. He is a very solid special teamer as well, and could get a shot with a good pro day.

Nash Nance – QB – Hampden Sydney/Former University of Tennessee Transfer

Many of you might not remember Nash Nance, but he was a standout that landed a full ride to the University of Tennessee. Nance is a 6′ 3 1/2″ 218lb gun slinger. Two time All American Quarterback. Winner of the Lanier Award in Virginia. Offensive Player of the Year award for the South in Division 3. He is also a 3 time All Conference player.

Brandon Lucas – RB – West Georgia/Delta State/Santa Rosa JC

Lucas is a 5’8 scat back that weighs 175 pounds. He is a fast and had a great season with West Georgia. This season he racked up 419 yards and 6 touchdowns. He led the team to the Semi Finals losing to Colorado St. Pueblo. Lucas also added 95 yards and 1 touchdown through the air. He was a huge standout for Delta State before transferring. He had over 17 touchdowns.

Brady Grayvold – DB – Wisconsin – Whitewater

Brady finished 3rd overall in Player of the Year voting. The hard hitting ball hawk from Wisconsin-Whitewater does not want to look back at his life 20 years from now and say I should have tried to make it to the NFL. He will likely train on campus and is really looking for an agent to push him. He is a good kid and a very solid player. The Associated Press’ Little All-American first team. Grayvold, a senior, had seven interceptions and 53 tackles for the Warhawks. He is 5’11 and weighs 197, he will be a safety at the next level.

Garrett Safron – QB – Sacramento State University

The 6’2 190 pound gunslinger had a huge year throwing 269 passes for 3,490 yards and 34 touchdowns. He averaged 290.8 yards a game and also added 885 yards on the ground scoring 4 touchdowns. He is a very solid prospect that still needs to be given a shot.

Cedric Brittnum, OT, University of Akron

The 6’5, 320lb, right tackle at Akron started 8 games this year. He transferred from ASA College a JUCO from New York. He started every game there for two years at right tackle as well as center.

Josh Mann, C/G, Old Dominion

The 6’3 offensive mauler started 35 games for the former FCS powerhouse ODU. Mann is a very good interior lineman that can play 3 of the 5 positions in the NFL. He is very versatile.

Others looking for an agent that might

Domonique Guest, LB/DB, 6’ and 210lbs. Oklahoma Panhandle State University – Played his first three years as a DB and last year as a LB Stats: 47 tackles, 20 tackles for loss, 9 sacks, 1 FF, and 3 FR

Steven Dawson- 5″11 195lbs Faulkner University WR/KR/PR Jr/Sr Stats: 121rec 1589yds 15td

Jamal White, WR, 5’9 180 lbs, Oklahoma Panhandle State University Stats: 22 receptions, 242 yards and 2 TD’s

Barry Ballinger DT 6′ 1″ 308 Minnesota State University. 127 career tackles. 10.5 career sacks. 2014 preseason all American 1st team all

Demetrius Price, QB, Miles College/Albany State transfer Stats: 75-161 8 touchdowns, 4 interceptions, 1041 yards, rushed for 129 yards and one touchdown.

Chris Abner. Central Connecticut State Univeristy. Safety. Stats: 6’1 210. 109 Tackles (led NEC) 1st team all conference

Eric Newman, 6’3 250 FB/TE, Newberry/University of West Georgia. Second Team All GSC, First team All Super Region for D-2. Used mainly as a lead blocker. A four year starter and former Newberry standout as well

Devin Mohn 6ft 217, RB, Presentation College, 1083 yards, 2000 APY. First team all conference. KR, PR specialist.

Rodney Nichols Jr. Cornerback 5’9 180 Benedictine University Stats: 48 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, 4 INT. 1 FF 6 pass break ups 1TD

Jimme Logan Simpson, WR, 5’9, 190 Hardin-Simmons University – Set the HSU record for average punt return yards in a game against Howard Payne with a 34.5 yard average on four returns. Stats: Team Captain,15th in career receiving TDs,16th in career receptions,19th in career receiving yards.

Reggie Jennings 5’11 188 Southeast Missouri State University CB Stats: 224 Tackles 4 TFL 17 PBU 5 INT1 FF 2 FR 1 blocked FG

Bryan Keys 6’1, 305 NT, Minnesota State University Stats: 50 Games Played 92 Total Tackles 18 Tackle For Loss 65 Tackle For Loss Yards 6 Pass Deflection 2 Interceptions 4 Force Fumbles 1 Fumble Recovery 8 Sacks NSIC 1st Team All Conference NSIC Defensive Player of The Week Don Hansen Super Region 3 All Third Team Defense

Eric Poggenburg, 5’10 195 lbs, DB St. Cloud State, All Conference, Stats: 102 tackles 11.0 TFL 5 INTs, (8 career INTs) 1 sack, 8 PBU, 1 punt block

Chaz Barnes 6’4, 195 lbs.,  WR, Lindsey Wilson , Stats: 22 receptions, 367 yards and 2 touchdowns.  His size is amazing for a wide out.

Dom Ellis, 6 foot fullback from Hobart – A true blocking back, who is not afraid of opening a hole. He had a very solid year.

Levon Williams, DB, Fordham University, 6’2 205, Stats: 2014: 41 solo tackles, 21 assist, 61 total tackles, 2.0 TFL for 7.0 YRD, 2 Interceptions, 1 QBH 5PBU

NFL Draft Diamonds was created to assist the underdogs playing the sport. We call them diamonds in the rough. My name is Damond Talbot, I have worked extremely hard to help hundreds of small school players over the past several years, and will continue my mission. We have several contributors on this site, and if they contribute their name and contact will be in the piece above. You can email me at nfldraftdiamonds@gmail.com

Click to comment

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Leave a Reply

RSS NFL Draft Diamonds

Follow Us on Facebook

Follow Us on Twitter

More in AFC