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NFL Draft Diamonds 2016 Small School Rankings 3.0

2016 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings by NFL Draft Diamonds 2.0

2016 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings by NFL Draft Diamonds 3.0

NFL Draft Diamonds 2016 Small School Rankings 3.0

3rd Round

Joe Haeg – OT – North Dakota State University – Haeg is a 6’6, 299 pound blocker that has great feet, and plays nasty. Haeg is a run blocker with a mean streak. In his career he has helped protect numerous Bison who made it to the NFL. Haeg is a special talent and could go higher than this projection as well.

Javon Hargrave – DT – South Carolina State University – Javon Hargrave aka Hollywood has been impressive this year. The 6’1, 300 pound defensive tackle is double and triple teamed and he is still making plays. He is probably the best HBCU prospect to come out over the past 10 years.

Carson Wentz – QB – North Dakota State University – The 6’6 gunslinger from Bismark, North Dakota has all the tools to be a professional quarterback. He is athletic, stands in the pocket and delivers his passes with velocity. Wentz has the potential to be drafted higher. I expect him to be a Combine invite.

4th Round

Noah Spence – OLB – Eastern Kentucky/Ohio State – Noah Spence is 6’3 and weighs 247 pounds. He was going to turn pro last year, but someone smart was able to get in his ear and talk him into playing another year. The Redshirt Junior Spence has flashed talent on film, but his off the field concerns will be the problem.

Cooper Kupp – WR – Eastern Washington – Like Spence, Kupp is also a Junior, but if Kupp does in fact decide to come out, then this would be a good place for him. There really is not much more he can prove in the FCS. He has dominated it year in year out, and unless he transfers up to an FBS division, I cannot see how his stock rises any more. He is a special talent and will be drafted.

5th Round

Miles Killebrew – SS – Southern Utah – Killebrew is probably one of our favorite prospects in the entire draft. Killebrew stands at 6’3 and weighs 230 pounds. The senior from Henderson, Nevada plays with passion and hits harder than many linebackers in the FBS.

Harlan Miller – CB -Southeastern Louisiana – Harlan Miller is a 6’ foot corner that the NFL has turned to love. Miller is a ball hawk who is at the top of the FCS in interceptions and pass break ups. The Kentwood, Louisiana senior has big play ability and NFL teams will love that.

Deiondre Hall – CB – Northern Iowa – 6’2 corner that is all over the field and people are taking notice. He injured his hand this year but with a club is still intercepting passes. Hall is a shutdown corner in the FCS, and will definitely get a shot in the NFL.

6th Round

De’Andre Houston –Carson – FS – William & Mary – De’Andre is a 6’2 safety from Woodford, Virginia. Houston-Carson is a playmaker that reminds me of Justin Bethel from the Cardinals. He had three straight games with a blocked punt last year. He is a Special teams ace that NFL teams will adore.

Michael Jordan – CB – Missouri Western – A few years ago his brother Reggie entered the NFL and was signed by the Jaguars as a free agent. Michael is a playmaker. The D2 corner was called the best cornerback in the division by over 5 coaches in the MIAA I spoke too. Jordan is special and will have a good pro day.

Victor Ochi – OLB – Stony Brook – Ochi is a smart kid studying Health Science for the Seawolves. The 6’2, 255 pound outside backer has a niche to getting to the quarterback. In 2014, he had four sacks against New Hampshire and their high powered offense. Ochi is a very solid pass rusher.

7th Round

Marshaun Coprich – RB – Illinois State – At 5’8 many see Marshaun Coprich as an undersized player. I however see a stud running back with a bright future. Coprich is a hard runner that always ends up on the Walter Payton Award Watch List. Coprich did have an arrest before the season, but after talking with him, I know he made a dumb mistake.

Darrin Peterson – WR – Liberty – Peterson is from Attalla, Alabama and boy did the Crimson Tide miss on this kid. The Flames star receiver is 6’2 and makes big plays.

Robert Booker – OG – Missouri State – The 6’3, 314 pound center had an injury plagued junior year, but he is a very special talent. He is the Captain of the team and has been starting and playing since a Freshman.

Cole Toner – OT – Harvard– Toner is a very solid starting offensive tackle and is athletic for a big guy. Toner is a guy that has NFL potential and is good in both run and pass protection.

DyShawn Mobley – RB – Eastern Kentucky – The former Kentucky transfer is a special talent. He has a clean background, has not been in trouble and runs extremely hard. Mobley tore up Georgia in his first career start with the Wildcats, and now at Eastern Kentucky has been a top FCS rusher for years. He is 6’1 and weighs 225 pounds.

LaMichael Fanning – DE – Jacksonville State/Alabama – LaMichael Fanning suffered a season ending knee injury this year, but he is a talented player still. He does have several red flags, and with the injury and red flags I would expect him to be at the Combine. He has NFL size at 6’7 and 270 pounds.

DeVaunte Sigler –DT – Jacksonville State/Auburn – Sigler was dismissed from Auburn for a violation of team rules. He will have to answer those questions from NFL teams, but the massive defensive tackle has been pretty solid for JSU. He is 6’4 and 291 pounds, so he will interest someone.

Connor Underwood – OLB – Indiana State – The 6’3, 240 pound outside backer is always making plays. While it is not flashy it gets the job done. The Sycamore pass rusher was a first team All American for the past couple years. He will likely finish as a finalist of the Buck Buchanan Award.

LeShaun Sims – CB – Southern Utah – The senior from Las Vegas, Nevada has tons of NFL teams talking about him. He is a true 6’ foot corner with great hips. At 200 pounds he is not afraid to hit someone. Sims is an NFL cornerback, and I could see his stock rising.

Anthony Gaffney – FS – Princeton – The 6’1 safety is a very athletic and smart kid. He led Princeton in interceptions last year, and has been on the field since a Freshman. Gaffney is a very bright kid and I feel he has a great NFL future.

Luke Rhodes – ILB – William & Mary – Luuuukkkee is the noise NFL teams should be making for the 6’1, 242 pound hardnosed backer. Rhodes plays the game with tons of energy and can make plays in the running game as well as passing game.

OJ Mau – NT – Gardner Webb University – Mau is a big boy that takes up a lot of space. The 6’2, 319 pound run stuffer is one of the best nose tackles in the draft. Mau is from Masefau, American Samoa and teams have to plan to slow him down. He takes up a bunch of space.

Tyrone Holmes – DE – Montana – Holmes is hands down the best pass rusher in the FCS from the DE position. He is the FCS sack leader and has a great shot at getting taken late by an NFL team. He is a very good pass rusher with good moves.

Paul McRoberts – WR – Southeast Missouri – A 6’3 wide out from St. Louis, Missouri that somehow, flew under the radar. McRoberts has big play capability and is the number one receiver in the division.

Clay Debord – OT – Eastern Washington – People are sleeping on this kid. He is a 6’6, 305 pound offensive tackle from Asotin, Washington. Coming into his senior year he had 27 career starts which is the most of any offensive player on their unit. He is a special player that gives the high powered offense time to operate.

Matt Judon – LB – Grand Valley State University – The 6’3 pass rusher Judon is a very solid edge rusher that has a knack for getting to the quarterback. Judon has 18 sacks this year and has a very quick first step.

Marqui Christian – SS – Midwestern State – Many NFL scouts have contacted me about this kid. I went over his film and boy is he a very good sleeper. Christian hits hard, has good ball skills and is a sound tackler. He could be a late round steal.

Jonathan Woodard – DE – Central Arkansas – The 6’6, 271 pound defensive end from Central Arkansas is one of the best players in the Southland Conference. Woodard has been double and triple teamed all year after winning defensive player of the year last year.

James Cowser – DE – Southern Utah – The 6’4, 258 pound defensive end will need to put on a couple pounds, but man is he fast around the edge. The long haired barbarian Broke the Big Sky Conference record in tackles for loss with 28.5 held by Jared Allen. #Freak

Ugonna Awuruonye – DE – Campbell – I talked to NFL personnel that feel he may be the biggest freak in the entire draft. A physical specimen that overpowers his competition at Campbell.

UDFA’s/PFA’s

Quarterbacks

  • Vad Lee – James Madison
  • Josh Woodrum – Liberty
  • Liam Nadler – Gannon
  • John Robertson – Villanova
  • John Gibbs Jr. – Alcorn State
  • Jason Vanderlaan – Ferris State
  • Michael Eubank – Samford
  • Sean Goldrich – New Hampshire
  • Jacob Huesman – Chattanooga
  • Stephen Rivers – Northwestern State
  • Jesse Scroggins – Lindenwood
  • Kevin Earl – South Dakota
  • Alex Ross – Coastal Carolina
  • Christian LeMay – Jacksonville State/Georgia
  • Matt Soltes – East Stroudsburg
  • Ammon Olsen – Southern Utah
  • Jalen Whitlow – Eastern Illinois
  • Mark Iannotti – Southern Illinois
  • Kyle Washington – Angelo State
  • Daniel Sams – McNeese State/Kansas State
  • Josh Straughan – Stillman
  • Morgan Roberts – Yale
  • Tre Roberson – Illinois State
  • Kade Bell – Jacksonville
  • Troy Mitchell – Western Carolina
  • Taylor Reed – Central Arkansas
  • Chris Brown – Cal Poly
  • Derek Fulton – Grand View
  • RJ Noel – Sacred Heart
  • Dalyn Williams – Dartmouth
  • Moses Skillon – Morgan State
  • Kyle Washington – Angelo State
  • Johnathan Williams – Grambling State
  • Ray Cotton – Mississippi College
  • Daniel Duhart – Alabama State
  • Dalton Oliver – Kentucky Wesleyan
  • Logan Schrader – Wartburg
  • Joe Callahan – Wesley

Running Backs

  • Khairi Dickson – St. Francis
  • Darrian Miller – Northern Iowa
  • Connor Kacsor – Dayton
  • Johnta Hebert – Prairie View A&M
  • Savon Huggins – Northern Iowa
  • Pokey Harris – Murray State
  • Anthony Jordan – Bethune-Cookman
  • Mikal Abdul – Saboor – William & Mary
  • Geremy Alridge – Mitchell – West Texas A&M
  • Tom Smith – Tennessee State
  • D.J. Abnar – Liberty
  • Shepard Little – Eastern Illinois
  • Jarrell Oliver – Sam Houston State
  • Cedrick O’Neal – Valdosta State
  • DiAndre Atwater – Princeton
  • Xavier Finney – Idaho State
  • Lenard Tillery – Southern
  • Darryn Ragsdale – Alcorn State
  • Rasheed Harrell – Southeastern Louisiana
  • Myke Tavarres – Incarnate Wood
  • Dominique Swope – West Alabama
  • Herschel Sims – Abilene Christian
  • Anthony Bilal – Lake Erie
  • Anthony Knight – Montana State
  • Cameron McDondle – CSU – Pueblo
  • JB Matthews – CSU Pueblo
  • Brandon Bourbon – Washburn
  • Calvinaugh Jones – Concord
  • Zayne Medhaug – Minnesota St Moorhead
  • Paul Stanton Jr. – Harvard
  • Rob Standard – Lindenwood/Iowa State
  • Lavorrie Johnson – Lindenwood
  • Matt Deiana – William Paterson University/UConn
  • Dylan Peebles – SUNY Cortland
  • Nigel Simmons – New Mexico Highlands
  • Sam Sura – St. John’s
  • Josh Williams – Elmhurst
  • Gary Underwood – Villanova
  • Withler Marcelin – Rowan
  • Christopher McClendon – Oklahoma Panhandle State
  • Jeff Seybold – Pittsburg State
  • Brandon Domeyer – Wartburg
  • Brock Jones – Gannon
  • Rahman Lee – Glenville State
  • Giresse Forchu – Mo. Southern State
  • Carl Harris – Lamar
  • Josh Williams – Elmhurst

Fullbacks

  • Andrew Bonnet – North Dakota State
  • Nick Butler – Norhtern Arizona
  • Seth Fisher – Richmond
  • Emmanuel Holder – Towson
  • Dalton Dillion – Campbell University
  • Jamal Wilson – Montana
  • Tim Brown – West Chester
  • Jalen Harrington – Murray State
  • Dylan Long – McNeese State
  • Jordan Payne – Alcorn State

Wide Receivers

  • Ladarius Brown – Sam Houston State/TCU
  • Chris King – Duquesne
  • Ed Eagan – Northwester State (LA)
  • Derreck Edwards – Sam Houston State/Texas Tech
  • Reggie Diggs – Richmond
  • Marquise Cushon – Pittsburg State
  • Cedric Gilbert – Abiline Christian
  • Zach Vraa – North Dakota State
  • Xavier Robinson – Southeastern Lousiana
  • Karnorris Benson – Western Carolina
  • Thomas Carter III – Portland State
  • Devonta Elzy – Northwood
  • John Israel – Coastal Carolina University
  • Madison Mangum – Idaho State
  • Nnamdi Agude – Sacramento State
  • Jamaal Jones – Montana
  • Jerel Harrison – Delaware
  • Andrew Flory – Fort Hays State
  • Seth DeValve – Princeton
  • Jaime Wilson – Bethune Cookman/Western Michigan
  • Reggie Begelton – Lamar
  • Greg Coble – Lindenwood
  • William Morris – Davidson
  • Andrew Williams – Youngstown State
  • Dez Stewart – Ohio Dominican
  • Josh Barge – Jacksonville State
  • Andrew Fischer – Harvard
  • Janawski Davis – Murray State
  • Jeremy Harness – Murray State
  • Aaron Thomas – Stephen F. Austin
  • Willie Quinn – Southern
  • Kowan Scott – Cal PA
  • Delvon Carpenter – Northern Alabama
  • Christian Reeves – William & Mary
  • Vincent Dallas – Valdosta State
  • Kevin Gulyas – Villanova
  • Antonio Agurs – Ferris State
  • David Bush – McNeese State/TCU
  • Kenny Feyh – Ferris State
  • Chance Nelson – Sam Houston State/Texas A&M
  • Jeff Glover – Eastern Kentucky
  • Jake Lampman – Ferris State
  • Willie Young – Arkansas Pine Bluff
  • Jamie Potts – Grand Valley State
  • Kevin Glears – Charleston Southern
  • Andre McCullouch – Rocky Mountain
  • Quentin Atkinson – North Carolina Central
  • Keelan Cole – Kentucky Wesleyan
  • Shaq Hill – Eastern Washington
  • Nathan Mourik – Southwest Baptist
  • Jalen Hendricks – Livingstone
  • Brian Dowling – Towson
  • Xavier Mitchell – Kentucky Wesleyan
  • Sheldon Mayer – Shippensburg
  • Marcel Caver – Winston Salem State University
  • FJ Williams – Seton Hill
  • Reece Horn – U of Indy
  • Jon Schnaars – East Stroudsburg
  • Courtney Whitehead – Central Arkansas
  • Daryl Collins – West Alabama
  • Casey Osborne – Delta State
  • Josh Mikes – Winona State
  • Dushawn Brown – Denison
  • Joey Sonnenfield – Augsburg
  • Roman Namdar – Mount Union
  • Matt Boyce – Guat. Adolphus
  • Shaq Roland – Prairie View A&M
  • Adam Smith – Guilford
  • Ryan Ruffing – Washington and Jefferson

Tight End

  • Beau Sandland – Montana State/Miami
  • Ben Braunecker – Harvard
  • Ryan O’Malley – Penn
  • Gabe Hughes – Florida Tech
  • Jordan Payne – Alcorn State
  • Temmarick Hemingway – South Carolina State
  • R.J. Rickert – Northern Arizona
  • Adam Fuehne – Southern Illinois
  • Cole Spurgeon – Colorado Mines
  • Jamie Potts – Grand Valley State
  • Joe Sommers – Wisconsin Oshkosh
  • DeAnte Cheatham – James Madison
  • John Lavin – Bryant
  • Brendan Carozonni – John Carroll
  • Anthony Norris – Southern Utah
  • Garrett Claxon – Elmhurst
  • Jerad Butler – Ohio Dominican

Offensive Line

  • Shaq Anthony – Tennessee State
  • Aaron Neary – Eastern Washington
  • Garrick Mayweather – Fordham
  • Ben Curtis – Delaware
  • Grant Jones – California (PA)
  • Trevor Strickland – Youngstown State
  • Nick Richter – Richmond
  • Jonathan Burgess – Liberty
  • Jim Walsh – Grand Valley State
  • Torian White – Hampton
  • Garrett Clark – Southern Illinois
  • Andrew Jones – William & Mary
  • Anthony Fabiano – Harvard
  • Jaylen Crutchfield – Azusa Pacific
  • Travis Hening – East Central
  • James Lewis – Tennessee State
  • Isaac Sampson – Alcorn State
  • Zach Johnson – North Dakota State
  • Nick Borre – Eastern Illinois
  • Max Sommer – Liberty
  • Andrew Oberg – Wagner
  • Zach Martinez – Colorado St. Pueblo
  • Bernard Gauldin – Austin Peay
  • Larsten Hansen – Sacramento State
  • Dan Buchholz – Duquesne
  • Alex Damschorder – Heidelberg
  • David Tawari – Butler
  • Byron Williams – Stephen F. Austin
  • Terran Vaughn – Stephen F. Austin
  • Nick Perez – Tarleton State
  • Amadou Konte – Benedict
  • Joe Magardino – Trinity
  • Brett Eychmans – Eastern Kentucky
  • Corey White – Southern
  • Abe M’Bodj – Bryant
  • Zerrie Patterson – Florida A&M
  • Sam Frye – Citadel
  • Adam Wright – Jacksonville State
  • Stan Hasiak – West Texas A&M
  • Quentin Marsh – McNeese State
  • Bruce Johnson – Maine
  • Andrew Jones – William & Mary
  • Gunnar Bromelow – Samford
  • Michael Frank – Mouth Union
  • Donald Jackson – Sam Houston State
  • Joe Ray – Lenoir Rhyne
  • Corey Tucker – Slippery Rock
  • Ryan Geiger – Bloomsburg
  • Terrance Owens – Miles
  • Zach Voytek – New Haven
  • Kevin Battle – Jacksonville
  • Devin Filliben – Wesley
  • Kevin Bowen – East Central
  • Adam Redmond – Harvard
  • Austin Carlton – Franklin
  • Colin Egan – John Hopkins
  • Josh James – Carroll College
  • Tui Crichton – Weber State
  • Connor Peters – UW Whitewater
  • Zach Mitchell – Marian
  • Damian Love – Alabama State
  • Domonique Wyatt – Oklahoma Panhandle State
  • Jeremy Kelly – North Dakota State
  • Anthony Latina – John Carroll
  • Zeth Ramsay – Colorado Mesa
  • Mose Countryman – Delta State
  • Cory Tucker – Slippery Rock
  • Frank Vruwink – Michigan Tech
  • Jake Schunke – Towson
  • Tyler Catalina – Rhode Island
  • Michael Frank – Mount Union
  • John Schmaing – Montana
  • Ethan Wirth – Southern Illinois
  • John Weidenaar – Montana State

Defensive Ends

  • Justin Zimmer – Ferris State
  • Drew Iddings – South Dakota
  • Morgan Fox – Colorado State Pueblo
  • Damon Gresham-Chisholm – Howard
  • Chris Landrum – Jacksonville State
  • Josh Gordon – Minnesota State – Mankato
  • Teddy Corwin – Illinois State
  • Clayton Callicutt – Angelo State
  • Trevor Bates – Maine
  • Demetrius Baldwin-Youngblood – Bucknell
  • Terrell Williams – Youngston State
  • Sydney Omameh – Ohio Domincan
  • Isaac Ales – Northern Iowa
  • Iosia Iosia – West Texas A&M
  • Tyler Drake – Penn
  • Shaniel Jenkins – Shepherd
  • Anthony Lanier – Alabama A&M
  • Jake Payne – Shenandoah University
  • Di’Andre Harrison – Ohio Dominican
  • Aaron Karlen – UW – Stevens Point
  • Dustin Martin – Weber State
  • Sadat Sulleyman – Portland State

Defensive Tackle

  • Greg Milhouse – Campbell
  • Michael Pierce – Samford
  • Brandon Yost – Northwest Missouri State
  • Brandon Tuliaupupu – Sacramento State
  • Junior Alexis – Portland State/Miami
  • Donald Bryant – Stephen F. Austin
  • Toni Pulu – Texas A&M Commerce
  • Kayembe Matungulu – Western Carolina
  • Alex Mosley – James Madison
  • Steve Ambs – Ursinus
  • Jon Desir – Towson
  • Zach Capehart – Maryville
  • Mike Lovejoy – Florida A&M
  • Tom Lally – Mount Union
  • A.J. Zuttah – Dartmouth
  • Chyron Brown Wallace – St. Lawrence
  • Zach Franz – UW Whitewater
  • Horace Arkadie – Eastern Illinois
  • Alex Tucci – West Texas A&M

Inside Linebackers

  • T.J. Lally – South Dakota State
  • Jeremiah Kose – Montana
  • Tanner Burch – Gardner Webb
  • Akil Blount – Florida A&M
  • Don Cherry – Villanova
  • Kendall Walker – Indiana State
  • Brett McMakin – Northern Iowa
  • Justin Cooper – Samford
  • Pat Meehan – Illinois State
  • Danny Browell – Prairie View A&M
  • Darnell Sankey – Sacramento State
  • Deon King – Norfolk State
  • Dwayne Beckford – Marian/Purdue
  • Kamu Gruger-Hill – Eastern Illinois
  • Will Ratelle – North Dakota
  • Devin Rollins – Howard
  • Alex Green – Valparaiso
  • Nick Dance – Tennessee Martin
  • Leilon Willingham – Northern Colorado
  • Jamal Qadir – Albany State
  • Devon Brant – Coastal Carolina/Western Michigan
  • Al Page – Wagner
  • Jarrid Williams – Wagner
  • Austin Hemberger – Northwest Oklahoma
  • Tyler Henderson – Minnesota State
  • Austin Jacques – Johnson C. Smith
  • Max Nacewicz – Springfield College
  • Marquis Artis – Buffalo State
  • JJ Rafelson – Western Illinois
  • Will McNamara – Dartmouth
  • James Rentz – Sacred Heart

Outside Linebackers

  • David Perkins – Illinois State/Ohio State
  • Chima Ozowihe – Liberty
  • Gabe Terry – Tennessee State/Miami
  • Chad Geter – Gardner Webb
  • Burton DeKoning – Cal Poly/Nevada
  • Tyler Henderson – Minnesota State – Mankato
  • Trevor Bates – Maine
  • Larry Butler – Southern Nazarene
  • Cory Magwood – Furman
  • Alex Donnelly – Illinois State
  • Errol Brewster – Cal Pa
  • Stephen Hodge – Fordham
  • Kamu-Grugier-Hill – Eastern Illinois
  • Kendrick Van Ackeren – Montana
  • Fedney Delphonse – Eastern Illinois
  • Anthony McDaniel – Bowie State
  • Braysean Jones – Miles
  • Tovar Sanchez – Central Washington
  • Alex Hoff – Linfield
  • Keyen Lage – South Dakota
  • Ryan Arlker – Bluffton
  • Rahim Cassell – Stony Brook
  • Don Carter – New Mexico Highlands
  • Logan Mayes – Cal Poly
  • Kenny Murphy – Valdosta State
  • Kevin Cope – John Carroll
  • Eric Medes – Harvard
  • Roderick Holder – Coastal Carolina
  • Adam Dansdill – Wheaton (Ill)
  • Justin Dischler – UW Whitewater
  • Dubem Nwadiogbu – Youngstown State

Cornerback

  • Jermaine Hough – Jacksonville State
  • Reggie Thomas – Furman
  • Trenier Orr – Sam Houston State/Cincinnati
  • Makinton Dorleant – Northern Iowa/Maryland
  • James Bradberry – Samford
  • Jordan Batiste – Southeastern Louisiana/Tulane
  • Kenneth Durden – Youngstown State
  • Solomon St. Pierre – Sioux Falls
  • Travoy Martinez – Regina (Canada)
  • Dallas Jackson – Jacksonville
  • Daquan Minter – Saint Francis PA
  • Kevin Rucker – Arkansas Pine Bluff
  • Tony McRae – North Carolina A&T
  • Jordan Shaw – Shorter
  • Alex Avant – Mercer
  • Matt Smiley – Lafayette
  • Warren Gatewood – Alcorn
  • CJ Smith – North Dakota State
  • Troy Smith – Ferris State
  • Richard Nash – Delta State
  • Jamel Major – Oklahoma Panhandle State
  • Anthony Standifer – Eastern Illinois/Ole Miss
  • Aaron Sibley – Portland State
  • Isaiah Davis – Central Washington
  • Vernon Harris – Dartmouth
  • Malcolm Jackson – Charleston Southern
  • Eric Rawls – Kentucky State
  • Daquan Holmes – American International
  • Curtis Pumphrey – Bowie State
  • Tyler Herman – Kentucky Wesleyan
  • Cedrique Chaney – Central Washington
  • Samuel Brown – Missouri Western
  • Eric Garguilo – Montclair State
  • Ryan Smith – North Carolina Central
  • Karlton Dennis – Cal Poly
  • Bernell Brooks – Tennessee State
  • Billy Eakins – Ohio Dominican
  • JerMario Gooch – Guilford
  • Tre Jones – Mount Union
  • JeRyan Butler – South Dakota State
  • Bryson Keeton – Montana State
  • Leondre Simmon – St. Lawrence

Free Safety

  • Antonio Hamilton – South Carolina State
  • Denzel Thompson – Southeastern Louisiana
  • Tim Kilfoy – Northern Iowa
  • Carlos Cox – Friends (Kan.)
  • Matt Smalley – Lafayette
  • Najee Bright – Alabama State
  • Micah Eugene – Southeastern Louisiana
  • Brent Spikes – McNeese State
  • Marcus Alford – Northern Arizona
  • Jordan Tonani – Eastern Washington
  • Terrance Bryant – Jacksonville
  • Brandon Dozier – UNC Charlotte
  • Alex Kocheff – Mount Union
  • Jourdan Wickliffe – Eastern Illinois
  • Tre Moore – Youngstown State

Strong Safety

  • D.J. Cameron – Southern Illinois
  • Floyd Jones – North Alabama
  • Jared Roberts – Lafayette
  • Richie Sampson – Coastal Carolina University
  • Adam Sauder – Taylor (Ind.)
  • Eric Williams – Indiana of PA
  • Taison Manu – Idaho State
  • Mark Sewell – Indiana State
  • Sean Ahern – Harvard
  • Emmanuel Orange – Carson Newman
  • Paul Dodson – Lincoln

Punter

  • Lachlan Edwards – Sam Houston State
  • Ben LeCompte – North Dakota State
  • James Dugan – West Georgia
  • Cory Carter – Texas Southern
  • David Strickland – Point (GA)
  • Matthew Spencer – Central Arkansas
  • Hamish MacInnes – Jacksonville State
  • Kyle Clark – Newberry

Kicker

  • John Lunsford – Liberty
  • Michael Schmadeke – Northern Iowa
  • Brad Cornish – Sacramento State
  • Brent Wahle – Ohio Dominican
  • David Last – San Diego
  • Marcelo Bonani – Missouri State
  • Tyler McNannay – Eastern Washington
  • Nolan Bieck – Princeton
  • Anthony Pistelli – Valdosta State/ Samford
  • Diogo Dietrich – Suny Maritime
  • Jackson Redditt – Tennessee Martin

Return Man

  • Isaiah Davis – Central Washington
  • Jessie Ramos Jr. – Hardin Simmons
  • Pokey Harris – Murray State
  • Antonio Hamilton – South Carolina State
  • Ed Eagan – Northwestern State

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