Dorial Green- Beckham, WR Mizzou. 6’6 225 former #1 recruit in the nation last year. The game is starting to slow down for him, and he had a coming out party last sat. Finished with 4 TDs vs. Kentucky. I think him and Mauk will take over the SEC next year like Manziel and Evans did this year. Can really attack the football at its high point, and get vertical up the field. Reminds me of megatron.
Kony Ealy, DE Mizzou. 6’5 275 pass rusher that can beat you with both speed and power, and very athletic. Reminds me of Aldon Smith , Carlos Dunlap mix. A redshirt Jr, who put his name in last year but was given a 3rd-4th round grade. Had 3 sacks on sat, vs. Kentucky, but has 13 QB pressures this year. Doubt he makes it out the 2nd if he declares, but could shoot up the board like Chandler Jones.
Donte Moncrief, WR Ole Miss. 6’3 226 guy with #1 potential, has recently been rumored to be coming out. Has had 3 games over 100 yards in the last 5 weeks, after a slow start. Can run most routes, and surprises people with deceptive break away speed. Has turned in several big plays where he caught short route and turned them into 50 yard TDs. Had consecutive 100 yard games vs. LSU. Uses his body to block DBs out as well.
Myles Jack, ILB/RB UCLA. 6’1 225 stud. A true freshman who starts at LB, but since the RB depth is low, he also got some carries from the backfield. Broke a 60 yard run for a TD.NEVER seen a true freshman plays at this level before. Had 6 carries with 120 yards. On defense he only had 8 tackles and recovered a fumble. This young man will be on the radar of scouts for the next 2-3 years.
Jeoffrey Pagan, DE/DT Bama. 6’4 290 local pass rusher (from Asheville, NC) who can play a 3 tech in a 4 man front, or 5 tech in an odd man front. Wins with quickness and violent hands. Can beat guys into gaps or disengage off blockers. Stayed in LSU backfield sat. And did produce a sack. Have plenty of hurries and pressures as well.
David Yankey, OG Stanford. 6’5 313 senior who has been in discussion for being the best or one of the best OG prospects this year. Has experience at OT, but was transition to the OG were he projects to on the next level. Anchors a power running line, and pulls like a hog when asked too. The Oregon defenders had no answer for him, and he moved them like they little kids. Impressive showing for the senior.
Cedric Ogbuehi, OT Texas A&M
Chris Borland, ILB Wisconsin
AJ McCarron, QB Bama
Anthony Steen, OG Bama
Cameron Ewing, OT FSU
Nelson Agholor, WR USC
forgot to mention Javorius Allen, RB USC.