2013 NFL Draft – Wide Receivers

The 2013 NFL Draft’s top wide receivers:

1) Keenan Allen, California

2) Robert Woods, USC

3) Deandre Hopkins, Clemson

4) Tavon Austin, West Virginia

5) Justin Hunter, Tennessee

6) Terrance Williams, Baylor

7) Marquess Wilson, Washington State

8) Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee

9) Da’rick Rogers, Tennessee Tech

10) Steadman Bailey, West Virginia

 

 

2013 NFL Draft – Linebackers

The 2013 NFL Draft’s top linebackers.

1) Alec Ogletree, ILB, Georgia

2) C. J. Mosely, OLB, Alabama

3) Mante Te’o, ILB, Notre Dame

4) Khaseem Greene, OLB, NLB, Rutgers

5) Kinko Alonso, ILB, OLB, Oregon

6) Kevin Minter, ILB, OLB, LSU

7) Jon Major, ILB, OLB, NLB, Colorado

8) Arthur Brown, OLB, Kansas State

9) Trevardo Williams, OLB, Connecticut

2013 NFL Draft – Defensive Ends, 3 – 4 outside LB’s

The 2013 NFL draft’s top Defensive End / Outside Linebackers.  These are guys that can put their hand in the dirt and rush the QB or stand up and drop in coverage.

1) Ezekial Ansah, BYU

2) Jarvis Jones, Georgia

3) Dion Jordan, Oregon

4) Damontre Moore, Texas A&M

5) Barkevious Mingo, LSU

6) Bjoern Werner, Florida State

7) Chase Thomas, Stanford

8) Corey Lemonier, Auburn

9) John Simon, Ohio State

10) Sean Porter, Texas A&M

2013 NFL Draft – Tight Ends

Top Rated Tight Ends for the 2013 NFL Draft:

1. Zach Ertz, Stanford

2. Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame

3. Levine Toilolo, Stanford

4. Joseph Fauria, UCLA

5. Dion Sims, Michigan State

6. Jordan Reed, Florida

7. Gavin Escobar, San Diego State

8. Jake Stoneburner, Ohio State

9. Vance McDonald, Rice

10. Ryan Otten, San Jose State

 

2013 NFL Draft Top 100 Prospects

Here is our updated top 100 Prospects rankings for the 2013 NFL Draft.

# Name Position School
1 STAR LOTULELEI DT/NT UTAH
2 LUKE JOECKEL OT TEXAS A&M
3 EZEKIEL ANSAH DE/OLB BYU
4 MATT BARKLEY QB USC
5 JARVIS JONES DE/OLB GEORGIA
6 DEMARCUS MILLINER CB ALABAMA
7 GENO SMITH QB WEST VIRGINIA
8 JOHNATHAN HANKINS DT/NT OHIO STATE
9 CHANCE WARMACK G ALABAMA
10 DION JORDAN DE/OLB OREGON
11 DAMONTRE MOORE DE/OLB TEXAS A&M
12 KEENAN ALLEN WR CALIFORNIA
13 BARKEVIOUS MINGO DE/OLB LSU
14 JOHNATHAN JENKINS DT/NT GEORGIA
15 ROBERT WOODS WR USC
16 TAYLOR LEWAN OG MICHIGAN
17 BJOERN WERNER DE/OLB FLORIDA STATE
18 SHELDON RICHARDSON DT MISSOURI
19 JOHNATHAN BANKS CB MISSISSIPPI ST
20 SAM MONTGOMERY DE LSU
21 JAKE MATTHEWS T TEXAS A&M
22 ZACH ERTZ TE STANFORD
23 DJ FLUKER OT ALABAMA
24 SYLVESTER WILLIAMS DT NORTH CAROLINA
25 DESMOND TRUFANT CB WASHINGTON
26 ERIC FISHER OT CENTRAL MICHIGAN
27 ALEC OGLETREE ILB GEORGIA
28 WILLIAM SUTTON DT ARIZONA STATE
29 JORDAN POYER CB OREGON STATE
30 TYRANN MATHIEU CB LSU
31 CJ MOSELEY OLB ALABAMA
32 TYLER EIFERT TE NOTRE DAME
33 BARRETT JONES C/G ALABAMA
34 JESSE WILLIAMS NT/DT ALABAMA
35 MATT ELAM S FLORIDA
36 KENNY VACCARO S TEXAS
37 DEANDRE HOPKINS WR CLEMSON
38 TAVON AUSTIN WR WEST VIRGINIA
39 XAVIER RHODES CB FLORIDA STATE
40 TJ MCDONALD S USC
41 TONY JEFFERSON S OKLAHOMA
42 TYLER WILSON QB ARKANSAS
43 MORGAN BRESLIN DE USC
44 JONATHAN FRANKLIN RB UCLA
45 DAVID AMERSON CB/S NC STATE
46 SHARRIF FLOYD DT FLORIDA
47 KAWANN SHORT DT PURDUE
48 E.J. MANUEL QB FLORIDA STATE
49 JUSTIN HUNTER WR TENNESSEE
50 ALEX OKAFOR DE TEXAS
51 ERIC REID S LSU
52 TERRANCE WILLIAMS WR BAYLOR
53 MARQUESS WILSON WR WASHINGTON STATE
54 LEVINE TOILOLO TE STANFORD
56 CORDARRELLE PATTERSON WR TENNESSEE
57 MARGUS HUNT DE/DT SMU
58 CHASE THOMAS DE/OLB STANFORD
59 MANTI TE’O ILB NOTRE DAME
60 LANE JOHNSON OT OKLAHOMA
61 DALLAS THOMAS T/G TENNESSEE
62 DATONE JONES DE UCLA
63 COREY LEMONIER DE/OLB AUBURN
64 BRENNAN WILLIAMS OT NORTH CAROLINA
65 KONY EALY DE MISSOURI
66 PHILLIP THOMAS S FRESNO STATE
67 KIKO ALONSO LB OREGON
68 KHASEEM GREENE OLB/NLB RUTGERS
69 DA’RICK ROGERS WR TENNESSEE TECH
70 CORNELLIUS “TANK” CARRADINE DE FLORIDA STATE
71 GIOVANI BERNARD RB NORTH CAROLINA
72 JONATHAN COOPER C/G NORTH CAROLINA
73 KEVIN MINTER ILB/OLB LSU
74 LARRY WARFORD G KENTUCKY
75 JON MAJOR ILB/OLB COLORADO
76 EDDIE LACY RB ALABAMA
77 STEPFAN TAYLOR RB STANFORD
78 ARTHUR BROWN OLB KANSAS STATE
79 STEDMAN BAILEY WR WEST VIRGINIA
80 TYLER BRAY QB TENNESSEE
81 NICKELL ROBEY CB USC
82 ODAY ABOUSHI G/T VIRGINIA
83 LE’VEON BELL RB MICHIGAN STATE
84 LANDRY JONES QB OKLAHOMA
85 MICHAEL BUCHANAN DE ILLINOIS
86 CYRIL RICHARDSON T BAYLOR
87 DJ SWEARINGER S SOUTH CAROLINA
88 CARRINGTON BYNDOM CB TEXAS
89 AARON MURRAY QB GEORGIA
90 JOHN SIMON DE/OLB OHIO STATE
91 KHALED HOLMES C USC
92 JUSTIN GILBERT CB OKLAHOMA STATE
93 DAVID QUESSENBERRY G/C SAN JOSE ST
94 TERRY HAWTHORNE CB ILLINOIS
95 THAROLD SIMON CB LSU
96 JOSEPH FAURIA TE UCLA
97 JORDAN MATTHEWS WR VANDERBILT
98 DAVID BAKHTIARI OT COLORADO
99 BACARRI RAMBO S GEORGIA
100 SEAN PORTER DE/OLB TEXAS A&M
JUST MISSED:    
  RYAN NASSIB QB SYRACUSE
  MIKE GILLISLEE RB FLORIDA
  SHAYNE SKOV ILB STANFORD
  KYLE LONG G/T OREGON
  MATT SUMMERS-GAVIN C/G CALIFORNIA
  QUITTON PATTON WR LOUISIANA TECH
  LOGAN RYAN CB RUTGERS
  RYAN SWOPE WR TEXAS A&M

2013 NFL Draft: Jon Major, LB, University of Colorado opening eyes

Major has quickly become one of our most requested scouting profiles. Under the radar to much of the media and draft prognosticators, he is known by most NFL front offices. There was a reason he was our #9 pre-season Western NFL prospect back in July 2012 and why he remains in the top 100 of our national board today. This guy is special. One look at his film and you understand. He absolutely flashes on film despite having to take on, avoid and beat blockers on every play. He played on a poor team in a terrible system and had little or no help around him. A three year starter, he consistently made plays all over the field defending the run and pass. 225 Career tackles and over 50 for loss or no gain. in 2012 alone, he broke up 5 passes. He runs like a safety and is one of, if not the best LB in coverage for the 2013 draft class. His motor and never quit attitude will be welcome on Sundays. Under the tutelage of Brian Cabral (coached two Butkus winners), Major played inside, outside, on the edge and in space. Over the 31 games he started, he often matched up against the best slot receivers and tight ends the Pac 12 and Big 12. He more then held his own while also being a force in the run game. Major is very athletic and creative sifting through traffic and getting to the ball. Instinctive and determined, he diagnosis the play quickly and pursues the ball with reckless abandon. His hit on Kadeem Carey in November of 2011 is a textbook open field 1 on 1 stick. Premier currently projects him as a weak side LB or Nickel LB. He could also play a hybrid LB/S in the right system. At 6’2″ 240 with a 4.55 forty, he will also be a tremendous special teams player for his future employer. Major is currently graded as a third round pick (#86 overall). He has first round grades in closing speed , LB coverage skills, football IQ and versatility. He was a Team Captain at Colorado and graduated with a degree in finance and marketing in December, 2012. If Major, who had over 50 Division 1 scholarship offers out of high school, played his college football for a national contender, everyone would know his name. For now, he is under the media radar but his film and scouting reports are opening the eyes of scouts and NFL front offices.

2013 Western NFL draft eligible prospects (rankings 11-20):

Here is our current NFL Draft ranking for Western prospects as of July 1, 2012 (ranking 11-20):

2013 NFL Draft Eligible Prospect Rankings (11 – 20):                          
11 Marquess Wilson WR Washington St. 6’4” 185 JR
12 Joseph Fauria TE UCLA 6’7” 255 SR
13 Desmond Trufant CB Washington 6’0” 185 SR
14 Chase Thomas OLB/DE Stanford 6’4” 245 SR
15 Wes Horton DE USC 6’5” 255 SR
16 Aaron Tipoti DT Cal 6’2” 275 SR
17 Stephan Taylor RB Stanford 5’11” 205 SR
18 Matt Summers-Gavin OL Cal 6’4” 295 SR
19 Jonathan Franklin RB UCLA 5’10” 205 SR
20 Braden Hanson OL BYU 6’6” 315 SR

 Next up:  2013 Western NFL Draft Eligible Prospects (Ranking 21-30).

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