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Dream Bowl Scouting Notes: Who has impressed at the Dream Bowl?

Indiana State’s Clayton Glasco has impressed NFL Scouts quite a bit. He has definitely helped his stock at the Dream Bowl.

Dream Bowl Standouts

QB-

Very competitive group. 

Austin Simmons/South Dakota- Showed a live arm(especially in the rain today), and nice mobility. Scouts were intrigued. interviewed with scouts.

Quinton Maxwell/IUP (transfer-Ohio)-Able to spin the ball. Good arm! Scouts liked him.

Takwan Crews-Naylor/Fairmont State-Very smart, mobile, made good decisions with the ball.

WR-

Joe Ferraro Fordham/Made some big catches, won some 50-50 balls.

Michael King Saginaw Valley State/ran 4.5 at the combine. Caught everything in the 2nd practice, won 50-50 balls despite being undersized. Blew by everyone.

BJ Muckelvene Wingate-Didn’t drop a pass, easy mover. Quietly had a good day. Just blew by everyone.

Damon Rodgers Alderson Broadus-Thick built WR, caught everything. Played hard. Didn’t hear footsteps going over the middle either.

OL-

Matthew Snow OT Pace, Corey Ganz OT SWOSU, Jalen Burks OT/OG Wisc. Stevens Pt.

DL-

This entire DL group had a lot to offer. Scouts seen explosiveness and juice from these guys. They all got looks from scouts. 

LB-Trevon Shorts-Fairmont State-Very vocal leader, active, had scout interview.

DB

A very intriguing group. 

John Brannon III Western Carolina-Long arms, scouts did double takes, Grant Ibeh LIU Post-Long arms, Mamadou Mbye Rhode Island, Wow! body at weigh in. Wingspan of a condor. Can play both safety positions. Scouts did double takes when these players were in just compression shorts. 

Dream Bowl Patriots-

Kilton Anderson-William and Mary-Didn’t force any throws. Made good decisions and showed a decent arm.

RB-

Yeedee Thaenrat Towson-An easy favorite scouts.

 James Hill-Wayne State-taller back, Nifty runner, raised some eyebrows. 

WR-

Jesse Bray Urbana/Turned a good workout, wow body at weigh in. 

Joey Fields Marshall-Won 50-50 balls despite size, showed no signs of past injury. Above avg speed and quickness. Looked at by almost all scouts.

Christian Saulsberry West Alabama-Ran 4.48 at the combine. Very elusive. Caught everything. No fear

Brandon Ruffin St Francis (ILL)-possession WR. Ran 4.6, won 50-50 balls, had scouts asking questions. Quietly performed well. 

TE-

An amazing group

Qua Boyd West Alabama-An obvious pick. Made everything look easy. 

David Meza. TE from Carroll College in Wisconsin, totally blew up the Dream Bowl today. Scouts were astonished as to why this kid is unnoticed.

David Meza Carroll College (WI)-the “darling” of the Dream Bowl so far. A total unknown before this weekend. Not ranked anywhere. Has an NFL body 6’3 240, caught everything. Scouts started checking their records after watching him practice. Started a little slow maybe because he wasn’t used to the spotlight and being in front of NFL scouts. After reassurance from a scout, and told not to “press or worry”. Everything fell into place and David dominated. Fearless and gritty. TOTALLY STOOD OUT.

DJ Cornish-Shepherd-Met with scouts. 

OL-

This group was ok, just looked steady. 

DL-

Jason Maduafokwa-East Tennessee State-Wow! Body at weigh in. Scouts did double takes. 

LBs

Clayton Glasco-Indiana State-Huge standout on defense. SCOUTS ARE EXTREMELY HIGH ON THIS KID!!!!

Malik Preston-S. Arkansas-A bully on defense and very instinctive. Vocal and a leader.

DBs

CB-Ryan Holmes Avila/Long arms, played well against higher competition. Scouts interviewed.

Deijon Lynch SE Louisiana-Ran very well at the combine. Very feisty. Got looks from scouts.

Darius Joseph-Missouri State-A player scouts wanted to see before practice even started.

Daniel Jones-Richmond-Looked dominant at times during team scrimmage. Very active, instinctual, and physical. Scouts interviewed.

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