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    Re: FCS Names to watch for 2018 NFL Draft

    Clive Georges? He's used up his eligibility I believe, and wasn't granted a medical redshirt.
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    Re: FCS Names to watch for 2018 NFL Draft

    Quote Originally Posted by Hambone View Post
    Clive Georges? He's used up his eligibility I believe, and wasn't granted a medical redshirt.
    I replaced him now with Mercer. He is back and will get some looks. Georges was suppose to return. Did he possibly transfer or is he done with football? I did not remember seeing him work out at a draft eligible pro day in the spring?

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    Re: FCS Names to watch for 2018 NFL Draft

    He applied for a medical redshirt for this year and was denied, so his eligibility is up. With his injury I'm not sure he would have even been healed enough for spring pro days.

    Unfortunate, too, as he could have made a big difference for UND this year, as they will now have to rely on a true freshman to be that burner outside.
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    Re: FCS Names to watch for 2018 NFL Draft

    Obviously whatever this suspension is won't help him but do you think Dale Warren is just too small? I'm not saying he belongs in the NFL I would just think his speed would get him some sort of look.
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    Re: FCS Names to watch for 2018 NFL Draft

    Quote Originally Posted by chattownmocs View Post
    Obviously whatever this suspension is won't help him but do you think Dale Warren is just too small? I'm not saying he belongs in the NFL I would just think his speed would get him some sort of look.
    Whether fair or not even a small suspension is going to hurt a small player. He is a free agent in my mind whose 40 and 10 will be key. If he isn't getting mid round or better grades by December I doubt someone drafts him because he is undersized. Although, if he has a 140 tackle, 20 TFL, and 10 sack season, test very well, and were to light up the Senior Bowl then that could change obviously.

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    Re: FCS Names to watch for 2018 NFL Draft

    There are some other names who are gaining some traction around NFL circles.

    Youngstown State TE Kevin Rader, Southern Utah Mike Needham, UNI WR Darius Fountain, and Howard RB Anthony Philyaw.

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    Re: FCS Names to watch for 2018 NFL Draft

    Here is my updated list of all FCS prospects.

    Pos First Name Last Name School
    OB Bryson Gates Abilene Christian
    OG Sam Baptiste Alabama State
    OH Michael D. Jones Bethune-Cookman
    RS Frank Brown Bethune-Cookman
    DT Abdullah Anderson Bucknell
    OH Kyle Lewis Cal Poly
    FB Joe Protheroe Cal Poly
    DC Tremon Smith Central Arkansas
    SS George Odum Central Arkansas
    DC Jevon Elmore Central Connecticut State
    OB Anthony Ellis Charleston Southern
    FS Lucas Webb Chattanooga
    OB Pat Afriyie Colgate
    FS Colin Boit Dartmouth
    DC Christian Searles Dayton
    DT Bilal Nichols Delaware
    IB Nathan Stone Duquesne
    OG Ben Huss Duquesne
    DE David Johnson Eastern Illinois
    DC Nigel Bethel II Eastern Kentucky
    DT Jay-Tee Tiuli Eastern Washington
    DE Albert Havili Eastern Washington
    WO Brandon Norwood Florida A&M
    OH Chase Edmonds Fordham
    OT Anthony Coyle Fordham
    QB Devante Kincade Grambling State
    RS Martez Carter Grambling State
    OT Trent Scott Grambling State
    SS Brendan Cole Hampton
    QB Peter Pujals Holy Cross
    IB Garrett Dolan Houston Baptist
    OH Anthony Philyaw Howard
    OG Skyler Phillips Idaho State
    OB Mario Jenkins Idaho State
    DC Davontae Harris Illinois State
    DT Dalton Keene Illinois State
    WO Jamari Gilbert Incarnate Word
    DE Keontre Anderson Jackson State
    SS Siran Neal Jacksonville State
    OB Darius Jackson Jacksonville State
    OH Roc Thomas Jacksonville State
    DC Reggie Hall Jacksonville State
    OG Justin Lea Jacksonville State
    OG Aaron Stinnie James Madison
    OH Cardon Johnson James Madison
    QB Bryan Schor James Madison
    DE Andrew Ankrah James Madison
    WO Gatlin Casey Lehigh
    WO Troy Pelletier Lehigh
    OT Jamil Demby Maine
    WO Darious Crawley McNeese State
    WO Kent Shelby McNeese State
    DC Jermaine Antoine McNeese State
    RS Deion Holliman Missouri State
    SS Mike Basile Monmouth (NJ)
    OC Alex Thompson Monmouth (NJ)
    SS Bryson McCabe Montana State
    DE Jai Franklin Morgan State
    WO Jordon Gandy Murray State
    DC D'Montre Wade Murray State
    DC Chris Boutte Nicholls State
    OT Brandon Parker North Carolina A&T
    SS Cole Reyes North Dakota
    WO De'mun Mercer North Dakota
    IB Nick DeLuca North Dakota State
    DT Nate Tanguay North Dakota State
    FS Tre Dempsey North Dakota State
    WO Emmanuel Butler Northern Arizona
    WO Daurice Fountain Northern Iowa
    DC Malcolm Washington Northern Iowa
    WO Bobby Chan-Chan Northwestern State
    WO Justin Watson Penn
    DC Chris Seisay Portland State
    OG Tyshon Mosley Portland State
    OG Randin Crecelius Portland State
    WO KhaDarel Hodge Prairie View A&M
    OH John Lovett Princeton
    QB Chad Kanoff Princeton
    OT Alex Light Richmond
    QB Kyle Lauletta Richmond
    FS Andy Smigiera Robert Morris
    OC Lake Aiono Sacramento State
    WO Yedidiah Louis Sam Houston State
    DE P.J. Hall Sam Houston State
    QB Jeremiah Briscoe Sam Houston State
    OH Corey Avery Sam Houston State
    DC Omari Williams Samford
    PT Austin Barnard Samford
    TE Ross Dwelley San Diego
    DE Jonathan Petersen San Diego
    OB Darius Leonard South Carolina State
    QB Chris Streveler South Dakota
    TE Dallas Goedert South Dakota State
    WO Jake Wieneke South Dakota State
    DT Kellen Soulek South Dakota State
    FB Kane Louscher South Dakota State
    OB Chad Meredith Southeast Missouri State
    DC Mike Ford Southeast Missouri State
    DE Sione Teuhema Southeastern Louisiana
    DC Danny Johnson Southern
    OT Austin Olsen Southern Illinois
    OB Mike Needham Southern Utah
    DT Robert Torgerson Southern Utah
    DE John Franklin Stephen F. Austin
    OT Timon Parris Stony Brook
    WO Ray Bolden Stony Brook
    TE Connor Davis Stony Brook
    SS Tyrice Beverette Stony Brook
    WO Patrick Smith Tennessee State
    DE Ebenezer Ogundeko Tennessee State
    DC Terrell Bonds Tennessee State
    PK Lane Clark Tennessee State
    WO Dontez Byrd Tennessee Tech
    SS Kahlid Hagens Tennessee-Martin
    OG Robert Burleigh Tennessee-Martin
    SS Kailik Williams The Citadel
    OG Julian Bertero UC Davis
    DC Keleen Culberson UC Davis
    FS Rob Rolle Villanova
    DC Malik Reaves Villanova
    OB Ed Shockley Villanova
    IB Allan Cratsenberg VMI
    WO John Williams Wagner
    OT Greg Senat Wagner
    PK James Cooper Wagner
    OT Matt Diaz Wagner
    DC Taron Johnson Weber State
    TE Andrew Vollert Weber State
    PT Jacob DeMaio Weber State
    OH Detrez Newsome Western Carolina
    DC Keion Crossen Western Carolina
    IB Brett Taylor Western Illinois
    DC Tyrin Holloway Western Illinois
    OG Chris Durant William & Mary
    WO DeVonte Dedmon William & Mary
    OG Connor Hiland William & Mary
    TE Andrew Caskin William & Mary
    DT Copache Tyler Yale
    TE Kevin Rader Youngstown State
    WO Damoun Patterson Youngstown State
    OT Justin Spencer Youngstown State
    TE Shane Kuhn Youngstown State
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    Re: FCS Names to watch for 2018 NFL Draft

    Thanks for sharing. Interesting to see these lists especially as the season plays out.

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    Re: FCS Names to watch for 2018 NFL Draft

    Sam Houston State QB Jeremiah Briscoe is helping himself. I may be bumping him from a FA to a 6th-7th round projection. He could end up going higher if he plays the way he has been for the rest of the season. He looks much better.

    YSU TE Kevin Rader is a player with some buzz and he may get upgraded to be a combine invite. I have just recently been hearing his name as someone who some folks liked in the spring.

    Southern Utah LB Mike Needham ran really well in the spring and he could end up being a 4th-6th round pick. He is a name I need to do more work on. He could get drafted for sure.

    I have been behind on getting some info from league sources but now that I'm talking to people I'm hearing a lot more.

    I have not seen a FCS name pop up as a completely new name that was not really known or rated very low in the spring besides the fact that Briscoe is looking good but that should change over the next 3-4 weeks when most of the risers are identified.

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    Re: FCS Names to watch for 2018 NFL Draft

    Quote Originally Posted by SmallCollegeFBFan View Post
    Sam Houston State QB Jeremiah Briscoe is helping himself. I may be bumping him from a FA to a 6th-7th round projection. He could end up going higher if he plays the way he has been for the rest of the season. He looks much better.

    YSU TE Kevin Rader is a player with some buzz and he may get upgraded to be a combine invite. I have just recently been hearing his name as someone who some folks liked in the spring.

    Southern Utah LB Mike Needham ran really well in the spring and he could end up being a 4th-6th round pick. He is a name I need to do more work on. He could get drafted for sure.

    I have been behind on getting some info from league sources but now that I'm talking to people I'm hearing a lot more.

    I have not seen a FCS name pop up as a completely new name that was not really known or rated very low in the spring besides the fact that Briscoe is looking good but that should change over the next 3-4 weeks when most of the risers are identified.
    What are your thoughts on NDSU LB Nick Deluca after his latest injury? It's still unclear the severity of it but it's rumored to be a meniscus tear that could end his season or could allow him to still come back this year. Does a 2nd significant injury in 2 years still allow him to be draftable? I would've thought he'd be a mid-round pick had he stayed healthy this year.
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