Ross Tucker and Matt Waldman preview nine NFL Draft prospects from the Las Vegas Bowl, New Orleans Bowl, and New Mexico Bowl.
Every week, Ross Tucker and I discuss nine notable players from three marquee games on the college football schedule:
- The compelling story and game of UAB linebacker Fitzgerald Mofor–who arrived in UAB unsolicited and forced his way onto the team.
- Central Michigan running back Jonathan Ward, a Matt Waldman Favorite with skills in the realm of James White and Aaron Jones.
- Washington tight end Hunter Bryant has the pass-catching skill of an elite prospect but Matt explains why Bryant has a lot to address elsewhere.
- UAB running back Spencer Brown might be a Jonathan Stewart starter kit in terms of athletic ability and style of play.
- Boise State receiver Jonathan Hightower has a lot of Paul Richardson in him and does that bode well for him as an NFL player?
- Boise State edge player Curtis Weaver’s ability to bend and flatten might be the key to his fate as an NFL prospect.
- Appalachian State back Darrynton Evans has speed and vision for a return specialist role. Matt discusses the parts of his game that could help him grow into a contributor in an NFL backfield.
- Matt shares an impressive state about San Diego State center Keith Ishmael that underscores his reliability and execution.
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