Tuesday, December 16, 2014

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 16 QB Rankings

1. Tom Brady - New England Patriots: @ New York Jets
Earlier this season, Brady threw for 261 yards and 3 TD's against the Jets.

2. Aaron Rodgers - Green Bay Packers: @ Tampa Bay
Rodgers will bounce back in a good match-up with the Bucs.

3. Drew Brees - New Orleans Saints: vs Atlanta
In Week 1, Brees registered 333 yards through the air, a TD and an INT.

4. Andrew Luck - Indianapolis Colts: @ Dallas
Luck is a virtual guarantee for at least 2 TD's every week.

5. Matt Ryan - Atlanta Falcons: @ New Orleans
Ryan set a franchise-record with 448 yards passing against New Orleans in Week 1.

6. Matthew Stafford - Detroit Lions: @ Chicago
On Thanksgiving, Stafford shredded the Chicago defense for 390 yards and 2 TD's.

7. Peyton Manning - Denver Broncos: @ Cincinnati
Cincinnati is tied for the fewest TD passes allowed this year with 14.

8. Russell Wilson - Seattle Seahawks: @ Arizona
Facing Arizona earlier this year, Wilson totaled 284 yards and passed for a TD.

9. Mark Sanchez - Philadelphia Eagles: @ Washington
Washington has allowed the most fantasy points to opposing QB's in 2014.

10. Ben Roethlisberger - Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Kansas City
Didn't throw a TD pass last week but once again recorded at least 340 yards.

11. Joe Flacco - Baltimore Ravens: @ Houston
Flacco has been highly efficient the last six weeks and Houston can be thrown on.

12. Ryan Tannehill - Miami Dolphins: vs Minnesota
Only 2 TD's in Tannehill's last three games. Should be much better against Minnesota.

13. Tony Romo - Dallas Cowboys: vs Indianapolis
Back-to-back 3 TD games for Romo but Indy isn't a great match-up and he doesn't throw enough.

14. Philip Rivers - San Diego Chargers: @ San Francisco
San Francisco allows the 5th fewest fantasy points to Rivers' position.

15. Eli Manning - New York Giants: @ St. Louis
The Rams secondary can be thrown on if Manning has time in the pocket.

16. Robert Griffin III - Washington Redskins: vs Philadelphia
Teammate Kirk Cousins threw for 427 yards and 3 TD's against them in Week 3 so RGIII has a chance.

17. Alex Smith - Kansas City Chiefs: @ Pittsburgh
Smith just might throw a TD pass to a WR this week as the Steelers allow the 6th most fantasy points.

18. Andy Dalton - Cincinnati Bengals: vs Denver
This season, the Broncos give up the 7th most fantasy points to QB's.

19. Cam Newton - Carolina Panthers: vs Cleveland
On track to start and should get many short fields to work with.

20. Colin Kaepernick - San Francisco 49ers: vs San Diego
Will probably have less than 200 yards passing and might throw a TD.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 16 RB Rankings

1. DeMarco Murray - Dallas Cowboys: vs Indianapolis
Broke his hand but Indy allows the 8th most fantasy points to RB's.

2. C.J. Anderson - Denver Broncos: @ Cincinnati
Denver will continue to feed Anderson the rock and Cincy allows the 5th most points.

3. Eddie Lacy - Green Bay Packers: @ Tampa Bay
Lacy has been dominant in his last eight games and the Bucs are without DT Gerald McCoy.

4. Le'Veon Bell - Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Kansas City
Bell has scored in four straight games. Kansas City allows the 2nd most rushing yards.

5. Jamaal Charles - Kansas City Chiefs: @ Pittsburgh
Last week ended his 8-game streak with a touchdown.

6. Matt Forte - Chicago Bears: vs Detroit
Chicago refused to give Forte carries against Detroit on Thanksgiving. Totaled 58 yards.

7. Marshawn Lynch - Seattle Seahawks: @ Arizona
Lynch totaled 82 yards against the Cardinals in Week 12 on 18 touches.

8. Arian Foster - Houston Texans: vs Baltimore
The Ravens are allowing the fewest fantasy points to Foster's position this year.

9. Mark Ingram - New Orleans Saints: vs Atlanta
In the season opener, Ingram ran for 60 yards and 2 TD's on the Falcons.

10. Tre Mason - St. Louis Rams: vs New York Giants
The Giants should see a heavy dose of Tre Mason running at them this week.

11. Alfred Morris - Washington Redskins: vs Philadelphia
In Week 3 facing Philly, Morris carried the ball 23 times for 77 yards.

12. Joique Bell - Detroit Lions: @ Chicago
During a Week 13 showdown with Chicago, Bell totaled 107 yards and 2 TD's.

13. Justin Forsett - Baltimore Ravens: @ Houston
Didn't have a good game last Sunday but should get back on track this week.

14. Lamar Miller - Miami Dolphins: vs Minnesota
Has yet to get 20 rushing attempts in a game but Minnesota allows the 10th most fantasy points to RB's.

15. Jeremy Hill - Cincinnati Bengals: vs Denver
Hill rushed for 148 yards last week but Denver allows the 2nd fewest rushing yards.

16. LeSean McCoy - Philadelphia Eagles: @ Washington
McCoy was shut down by Washington in Week 3 rushing for 22 yards on 19 carries.

17. Steven Jackson - Atlanta Falcons: @ New Orleans
Rushed for 52 yards on 12 attempts in a Week 1 win over New Orleans.

18. Fred Jackson - Buffalo Bills: @ Oakland
Oakland gives up the 2nd most fantasy points to opposing RB's in 2014.

19. Jonathan Stewart - Carolina Panthers: vs Cleveland
RB DeAngelo Williams could be back but Stewart is still a good play against the Browns.

20. Toby Gerhart - Jacksonville Jaguars: vs Tennessee
Received 15 touches last Sunday and Tennessee allows the 3rd most fantasy points.

21. Isaiah Crowell - Cleveland Browns: @ Carolina
Less than 15 rushing attempts in every game but one this season.

22. Matt Asiata - Minnesota Vikings: @ Miami
Had a nice game last week. Miami has allowed the 5th most fantasy points the last four weeks.

23. Doug Martin - Tampa Bay Buccaneers: vs Green Bay
Martin rushed for a season-high 96 yards last week and Green Bay can be run on.

24. Chris Ivory - New York Jets: vs New England
In Week 7 facing the Patriots, Ivory had 25 touches for 125 total yards and a TD.

25. Carlos Hyde - San Francisco 49ers: vs San Diego
Will start if RB Frank Gore can't go. He's not 100% healthy either though.

26. Kerwynn Williams - Arizona Cardinals: vs Seattle
Averaging over five yards per carry the last two weeks.

27. LeGarrette Blount - New England Patriots: @ New York Jets
Blount hasn't got going against the Jets lately. This year with the Steelers or last year with New England.

28. Latavius Murray - Oakland Raiders: vs Buffalo
Difficult match-up but Murray will see plenty of touches.

29. Giovani Bernard - Cincinnati Bengals: vs Denver
Bernard will have to be used in the passing game this week.

30. Andre Williams - New York Giants: @ St. Louis
Williams will likely see the majority of the carries again out of the Giants backfield.

31. Dan Herron - Indianapolis Colts: @ Dallas
Herron will get his 10-15 touches and produce decently.

32. Branden Oliver - San Diego Chargers: @ San Francisco
RB Ryan Mathews could be out again. Oliver received 16 touches last Sunday.

33. Shonn Greene - Tennessee Titans: @ Jacksonville
Greene led the Titans backfield last week with 17 touches totaling 63 yards.

34. Pierre Thomas - New Orleans Saints: vs Atlanta
The Falcons allow the most fantasy points to RB's this season.

35. Chris Johnson - New York Jets: vs New England
Received 15 touches for 80 yards in a Week 7 loss to New England.

36. Shane Vereen - New England Patriots: @ New York Jets
Verren registered 114 total yards and 2 TD's against the Jets earlier this year.

37. Terrance West - Cleveland Browns: @ Carolina
Decent match-up but RB Isaiah Crowell will get the first crack at touches.

38. Reggie Bush - Detroit Lions: @ Chicago
Bush ran all over the Bears in 2013 but won't see many touches this time.

39. Trent Richardson - Indianapolis Colts: @ Dallas
Less than 10 carries in three straight games and he's still terrible.

40. Joseph Randle - Dallas Cowboys: vs Indianapolis
In case RB DeMarco Murray doesn't play; Randle is a Top-20 option.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 16 WR Rankings

1. Jeremy Maclin - Philadelphia Eagles: @ Washington
In Week 3 against Washington, Maclin had 154 yards receiving and a TD.

2. Julio Jones - Atlanta Falcons: @ New Orleans
Jones caught seven balls for 116 yards in the season opener against the Saints.

3. Jordy Nelson - Green Bay Packers: @ Tampa Bay
Hasn't gone back-to-back weeks without a TD so far this season. He's scoring.

4. Calvin Johnson - Detroit Lions: @ Chicago
Johnson hauled in 11 passes for 146 yards and 2 TD's facing the Bears earlier this year.

5. Antonio Brown - Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Kansas City
Tough match-up but Kansas City is the 2nd most targeted when it comes to WR's.

6. Odell Beckham - New York Giants: @ St. Louis
Keeps producing at a high rate and 15 targets in each of the last two weeks.

7. Mike Evans - Tampa Bay Buccaneers: vs Green Bay
Mike Evans scores TD's. Green Bay has allowed the most TD's to WR's in 2014.

8. A.J. Green - Cincinnati Bengals: vs Denver
No Joe Haden this week so he should have at least 100 yards or a TD. Or both.

9. Dez Bryant - Dallas Cowboys: vs Indianapolis
Going up against Colts CB Vontae Davis but he leads all WR's in TD catches.

10. Demaryius Thomas - Denver Broncos: @ Cincinnati
Tough match-up and the Broncos aren't throwing as much.

11. T.Y. Hilton - Indianapolis Colts: @ Dallas
Injured his hamstring last Sunday and Dallas gives up the 6th fewest points to WR's.

12. Randall Cobb - Green Bay Packers: @ Tampa Bay
Hasn't scored in over a month but the Bucs allow the 7th most fantasy points.

13. DeAndre Hopkins - Houston Texans: vs Baltimore
Saw a season-high 13 targets last week and Baltimore is an excellent match-up.

14. Golden Tate - Detroit Lions: @ Chicago
Tate brought in eight passes for 89 yards on Thanksgiving against Chicago.

15. Alshon Jeffery - Chicago Bears: vs Detroit
Jeffery put up a 9/71/2 stat line on the Lions during Week 13.

16. Kelvin Benjamin - Carolina Panthers: vs Cleveland
Benjamin has recorded at least 100 yards or a TD in four of the last five games.

17. Emmanuel Sanders - Denver Broncos: @ Cincinnati
The Bengals allow the 2nd fewest fantasy points to WR's. Less than 75 yards in three straight games.

18. DeSean Jackson - Washington Redskins: vs Philadelphia
Jackson pulled in five passes for 117 yards and a TD in Week 3 against his former team.

19. Steve Smith - Baltimore Ravens: @ Houston
Smith brought in his 900th catch of his career last Sunday against Jacksonville.

20. Roddy White - Atlanta Falcons: @ New Orleans
White registered five catches for 72 yards and a TD during Week 1 facing New Orleans.

21. Julian Edelman - New England Patriots: @ New York Jets
Edelman totaled 52 yards in a Week 7 win over the Jets.

22. Josh Gordon - Cleveland Browns: @ Carolina
Gordon hasn't scored yet and QB Johnny Manziel further hurts his chances of that happening.

23. Kenny Stills - New Orleans Saints: vs Atlanta
The Falcons have given up the most yards to Stills' position in 2014.

24. Brandon LaFell - New England Patriots: @ New York Jets
Earlier this year facing the Jets, LaFell had four catches for 55 yards.

25. Mike Wallace - Miami Dolphins: vs Minnesota
Reached 100 yards receiving last week finally and even scored too.

26. Jordan Matthews - Philadelphia Eagles: @ Washington
Matthews caught 2 TD's during a Week 3 win over Washington.

27. Torrey Smith - Baltimore Ravens: @ Houston
In 2014, the Texans have given up the 3rd most fantasy points to WR's.

28. Vincent Jackson - Tampa Bay Buccaneers: vs Green Bay
Green Bay has allowed the 8th most fantasy points to Jackson's position.

29. Anquan Boldin - San Francisco 49ers: vs San Diego
Decent match-up but has totaled just 99 yards over the last three weeks.

30. Marques Colston - New Orleans Saints: vs Atlanta
Produced 110 yards on five catches during Week 1 against Atlanta.

31. Malcom Floyd - San Diego Chargers: @ San Francisco
With WR Keenan Allen out, Floyd becomes a top option is San Diego's offense.

32. Sammy Watkins - Buffalo Bills: @ Oakland
Watkins hasn't found the endzone since Week 8 and Oakland allows the 4th fewest fantasy points to opposing WR's.

33. Allen Hurns - Jacksonville Jaguars: vs Tennessee
In Week 6, Hurns had two catches for 18 yards facing the Titans.

34. Kendall Wright - Tennessee Titans: @ Jacksonville
Wright had just one catch for six yards in the Titans' last win against the Jags.

35. Charles Johnson - Minnesota Vikings: @ Miami
Big play threat but Miami's secondary is good.

36. Jarvis Landry - Miami Dolphins: vs Minnesota
Not a good match-up but Landry gets targeted enough to make an impact.

37. Martavis Bryant - Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Kansas City
Boom-or-bust option and Kansas City allows the 10th fewest fantasy points.

38. Eric Decker - New York Jets: vs New England
Decker hauled in four balls for 65 yards against New England in Week 7.

39. Andre Johnson - Houston Texans: vs Baltimore
Baltimore allows the most fantasy points to opposing WR's this season.

40. Dwayne Bowe - Kansas City Chiefs: @ Pittsburgh
The Steelers give up the most fantasy points to WR's over the last four weeks.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 16 TE Rankings

1. Rob Gronkowski - New England Patriots: @ New York Jets
During Week 7, Gronk pulled in five passes for 68 yards facing the Jets.

2. Greg Olsen - Carolina Panthers: vs Cleveland
Olsen has 10 grabs in each game the last two weeks combining for 182 yards and a TD.

3. Jimmy Graham - New Orleans Saints: vs Atlanta
Graham registered eight catches for 82 yards in the season opener against Atlanta.

4. Martellus Bennett - Chicago Bears: vs Detroit
Hauled in eight balls for 109 yards against Detroit on Thanksgiving.

5. Antonio Gates - San Diego Chargers: @ San Francisco
Reached double digits in TD's on the season for the 4th time in his career last week.

6. Julius Thomas - Denver Broncos: @ Cincinnati
Only one catch last Sunday and Cincy allows the 5th fewest points the last four weeks.

7. Dwayne Allen - Indianapolis Colts: @ Dallas
Easy match-up and he scored once again last week.

8. Travis Kelce - Kansas City Chiefs: @ Pittsburgh
Kelce has been productive the last two weeks and the Steelers allow the 8th most fantasy points.

9. Delanie Walker - Tennessee Titans: @ Jacksonville
His 793 receiving yards this season are the most for a TE in Oilers/Titans history.

10. Coby Fleener - Indianapolis Colts: @ Dallas
This season, Dallas has given up the 3rd most fantasy points to TE's.

11. Jason Witten - Dallas Cowboys: vs Indianapolis
Witten recorded a season-high seven catches on SNF. Indy allows the 5th most fantasy points to TE's.

12. Jared Cook - St. Louis Rams: vs New York Giants
The Giants give up the 11th most fantasy points to Cook's position this year.

13. Jordan Cameron - Cleveland Browns: @ Carolina
Has topped 50 yards receiving just once this season.

14. Heath Miller - Pittsburgh Steelers: vs Kansas City
At least 68 yards or a score in Miller's last four match-ups.

15. Jordan Reed - Washington Redskins: vs Philadelphia
Reed totaled 50 yards on six catches against the Eagles last year in two games.

16. Owen Daniels - Baltimore Ravens: @ Houston
Ravens OC Gary Kubiak might make sure Daniels scores on his former team.

17. Larry Donnell - New York Giants: @ St. Louis
Only 11 yards last week and the Rams allow the 2nd fewest fantasy points.

18. Mychal Rivera - Oakland Raiders: vs Buffalo
Buffalo gives up the fewest fantasy points to opposing TE's.

19. Jermaine Gresham - Cincinnati Bengals: vs Denver
Gresham should be good to go and Denver allows the 6th most fantasy points.

20. Kyle Rudolph - Minnesota Vikings: @ Miami
Tough match-up but set season-highs last week with seven catches for 69 yards.

2014 Fantasy Football: Week 16 DST Rankings

1. Philadelphia Eagles: @ Washington
Philly should harass Washington's offensive line throughout the entire game.

2. New England Patriots: @ New York Jets
The Jets give up the 5th most fantasy points to defenses in 2014.

3. Buffalo Bills: @ Oakland
A defense that shut down Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers in back-to-back weeks.

4. Green Bay Packers: @ Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay is awful and have turned the ball over 31 times this year.

5. St. Louis Rams: vs New York Giants
St. Louis should stop the Giants' run game and pressure Giants QB Eli Manning.

6. Detroit Lions: @ Chicago
Detroit picked off Bears QB Jay Cutler twice and sacked him three times in Week 13.

7. Miami Dolphins: vs Minnesota
Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater will likely struggle against the talented Miami defense.

8. Baltimore Ravens: @ Houston
The Ravens will be facing either Thad Lewis or Case Keenum at QB for the Texans.

9. Seattle Seahawks: @ Arizona
Arizona is starting QB Ryan Lindley but they have allowed the 5th fewest points.

10. Cleveland Browns: @ Carolina
Cleveland leads the NFL in INT's with 20.

11. Minnesota Vikings: @ Miami
Decent match-up for the Vikings facing Miami's up and down offense.

12. New York Giants: @ St. Louis
The Giants defense is 3rd in fantasy points over the last 4 weeks. Great match-up.

13. Tennessee Titans: @ Jacksonville
Jacksonville allows the most fantasy points to defenses this season.

14. Carolina Panthers: vs Cleveland
At home and Browns QB Johnny Manziel was terrible last Sunday.

15. Arizona Cardinals: vs Seattle
A great defense at home but Seattle doesn't make many mistakes on offense.

* I won't be ranking kickers. Just pick a kicker with a good offense or a kicker that is going against a terrible team.

Saturday, December 13, 2014

2014 College Football Bowl/Playoff Games

Heisman Pick
1st: QB Marcus Mariota - Oregon Ducks
2nd: RB Melvin Gordon - Wisconsin Badgers
3rd: WR Amari Cooper - Alabama Crimson Tide
4th: QB J.T. Barrett - Ohio State Buckeyes
5th: QB Jameis Winston - Florida State Seminoles

College Football Bowl Game Picks

*Winners in BOLD

R+L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS BOWL (Dec. 20th)
Nevada Wolfpack (7-5) vs Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns (8-4)

GILDAN NEW MEXICO BOWL (Dec. 20th)
Utah State Aggies (9-4) vs UTEP Miners (7-5)

ROYAL PURPLE LAS VEGAS BOWL (Dec. 20th)
Utah Utes (8-4) vs Colorado State Rams (10-2)

FAMOUS IDAHO POTATO BOWL (Dec. 20th)
Western Michigan Broncos (8-4) vs Air Force Falcons (9-3)

RAYCOM MEDIA CAMELLIA BOWL (Dec. 20th)
South Alabama Jaguars (6-6) vs Bowling Green Falcons (7-6)

MIAMI BEACH BOWL (Dec. 22nd)
BYU Cougars (8-4) vs Memphis Tigers (9-3)

BOCA RATON BOWL (Dec. 23rd)
Marshall Thundering Herd (12-1) vs Northern Illinois Huskies (11-2)

S.D. COUNTY CREDIT UNION POINSETTIA (Dec. 23rd)
Navy Midshipmen (7-5) vs San Diego State Aztecs (7-5)

POPEYES BAHAMAS BOWL (Dec. 24th)
Central Michigan Chippewas (7-5) vs Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (7-5)

HAWAI'I BOWL (Dec. 24th)
Fresno State Bulldogs (6-7) vs Rice Owls (7-5)

ZAXBY'S HEART OF DALLAS BOWL (Dec. 26th)
Illinois Fighting Illini (6-6) vs Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (8-5)

QUICK LANE BOWL (Dec. 26th)
Rutgers Scarlet Knights (7-5) vs North Carolina Tar Heels (6-6)

BITCOIN ST. PETERSBURG BOWL (Dec. 26th)
North Carolina State Wolfpack (7-5) vs UCF Knights (9-3)

MILITARY BOWL PRES. BY NORTHROP GRUMMAN (Dec. 27th)
Cincinnati Bearcats (9-3) vs Virginia Tech Hokies (6-6)

HYUNDAI SUN BOWL (Dec. 27th)
Arizona State Sun Devils (9-3) vs Duke Blue Devils (9-3)

DUCK COMMANDER INDEPENDENCE BOWL (Dec. 27th)
Miami Hurricanes (6-6) vs South Carolina Gamecocks (6-6)

NEW ERA PINSTRIPE BOWL (Dec. 27th)
Boston College Eagles (7-5) vs Penn State Nittany Lions (6-6)

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY HOLIDAY BOWL (Dec. 27th)
Nebraska Cornhuskers (9-3) vs USC Trojans (8-4)

AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL (Dec. 29th)
Texas A&M Aggies (7-5) vs West Virginia Mountaineers (7-5)

RUSSELL ATHLETIC BOWL (Dec. 29th)
Oklahoma Sooners (8-4) vs Clemson Tigers (9-3)

ADVOCARE V100 TEXAS BOWL (Dec. 29th)
Arkansas Razorbacks (6-6) vs Texas Longhorns (6-6)

FRANKLIN AMERICAN MORTGAGE MUSIC CITY BOWL (Dec. 30th)
Notre Dame Fighting Irish (7-5) vs LSU Tigers (8-4)

BELK BOWL (Dec. 30th)
Georgia Bulldogs (9-3) vs Louisville Cardinals (9-3)

FOSTER FARMS BOWL (Dec. 30th)
Maryland Terrapins (7-5) vs Stanford Cardinal (7-5)

CHICK-FIL-A PEACH BOWL (Dec. 31st)
Ole Miss Rebels (9-3) vs TCU Horned Frogs (11-1)

VIZIO FIESTA BOWL (Dec. 31st)
Boise State Broncos (11-2) vs Arizona Wildcats (10-3)

CAPITAL ONE ORANGE BOWL (Dec. 31st)
Mississippi State Bulldogs (10-2) vs Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (10-3)

OUTBACK BOWL (Jan. 1st)
Auburn Tigers (8-4) vs Wisconsin Badgers (10-3)

GOODYEAR COTTON BOWL CLASSIC (Jan. 1st)
Michigan State Spartans (10-2) vs Baylor Bears (11-1)

BUFFALO WILD WINGS CITRUS BOWL (Jan. 1st)
Missouri Tigers (10-3) vs Minnesota Gophers (8-4)

ROSE BOWL (Jan. 1st)
Oregon Ducks (12-1) vs Florida State Seminoles (13-0)

ALLSTATE SUGAR BOWL (Jan. 1st)
Alabama Crimson Tide (12-1) vs Ohio State Buckeyes (12-1)

LOCKHEED MARTIN ARMED FORCES BOWL (Jan. 2nd)
Houston Cougars (7-5) vs Pittsburgh Panthers (6-6)

TAXSLAYER BOWL (Jan. 2nd)
Iowa Hawkeyes (7-5) vs Tennessee Volunteers (6-6)

VALERO ALAMO BOWL (Jan. 2nd)
Kansas State Wildcats (9-3) vs UCLA Bruins (9-3)

TICKETCITY CACTUS BOWL (Jan. 2nd)
Washington Huskies (8-5) vs Oklahoma State Cowboys (6-6)

BIRMINGHAM BOWL (Jan. 3rd)
East Carolina Pirates (8-4) vs Florida Gators (6-5)

GODADDY BOWL (Jan. 4th)
Toledo Rockets (8-4) vs Arkansas State Red Wolves (7-5)

Friday, December 12, 2014

2015 NFL Draft: Top 5 Draft Eligible P's

1. Spencer Roth, Sr. - Baylor Bears
2. Mike Sadler, Redshirt Sr. - Michigan State Spartans
3. Kyle Christy, Sr. - Florida Gators
4. Wil Baumann, Sr. - N.C. State Wolfpack
5. Darragh O'Neill, Sr. - Colorado Buffaloes

2015 NFL Draft: Top 5 Draft Eligible K's

1. Roberto Aguayo, Redshirt Soph. - Florida State Seminoles
2. Marshall Morgan, Jr. - Georgia Bulldogs
3. Ty Long, Redshirt Sr. - UAB Blazers
4. Jared Roberts, Sr. - Colorado State Rams
5. Kyle Brindza, Redshirt Sr. - Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Thursday, December 11, 2014

2015 NFL Draft: Top 30 Draft Eligible S's

1. Landon Collins, Jr. - Alabama Crimson Tide
2. Gerod Holliman, Redshirt Jr. - Louisville Cardinals
3. Cody Prewitt, Sr. - Ole Miss Rebels
4. Jaquiski Tartt, Redshirt Sr. - Samford Bulldogs
5. Kurtis Drummond, Redshirt Sr. - Michigan State Spartans
6. Derron Smith, Redshirt Sr. - Fresno State Bulldogs
7. Karl Joseph, Jr. - West Virginia Mountaineers
8. Anthony Harris, Sr. - Virginia Cavaliers
9. Durrell Eskridge, Redshirt Jr. - Syracuse Orange
10. Jeremy Cash, Redshirt Jr. - Duke Blue Devils
11. Jordan Richards, Sr. - Stanford Cardinal
12. Adrian Amos, Sr. - Penn State Nittany Lions
13. Jalen Mills, Jr. - LSU Tigers
14. Isaiah Johnson, Redshirt Jr. - Kansas Jayhawks
15. Chris Hackett, Redshirt Jr. - TCU Horned Frogs
16. Erick Dargan, Redshirt Sr. - Oregon Ducks
17. Damarious Randall, RS Sr. - Arizona State Sun Devils
18. Kyshoen Jarrett, Sr. - Virginia Tech Hokies
19. Tyler Hunter, Redshirt Jr. - Florida State Seminoles
20. Jamal Golden, Redshirt Jr. - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
21. Isaiah Johnson, RS Sr. - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
22. Sam Carter, Redshirt Sr. - TCU Horned Frogs
23. LaDarrell McNeil, Jr. - Tennessee Volunteers
24. Kevin Byard, RS Jr. - Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders
25. Jermaine Whitehead, Sr. - Auburn Tigers
26. Justin Cox, Sr. - Mississippi State Bulldogs
27. Ronald Martin, Sr. - LSU Tigers
28. Kodi Whitfield, Jr. - Stanford Cardinal
29. Dean Marlowe, Redshirt Sr. - James Madison Dukes
30. Robenson Therezie, Sr. - Auburn Tigers

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

2015 NFL Draft: Top 40 Draft Eligible CB's

1. Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Sr. - Oregon Ducks
2. P.J. Williams, Jr. - Florida State Seminoles
3. Quinten Rollins, Redshirt Sr. - Miami (OH) RedHawks
4. Trae Waynes, Redshirt Jr. - Michigan State Spartans
5. Marcus Peters, Redshirt Jr. - Washington Huskies
6. D'Joun Smith, Sr. - Florida Atlantic Owls
7. Ronald Darby, Jr. - Florida State Seminoles
8. Jalen Collins, Redshirt Jr. - LSU Tigers
9. Charles Gaines, Redshirt Jr. - Louisville Cardinals
10. Senquez Golson, Sr. - Ole Miss Rebels
11. Jordan Lucas, Jr. - Penn State Nittany Lions
12. Alex Carter, Jr. - Stanford Cardinal
13. Wayne Lyons, Redshirt Jr. - Stanford Cardinal
14. Kevin Johnson, RS Sr. - Wake Forest Demon Deacons
15. Lorenzo Doss, Jr. - Tulane Green Wave
16. Doran Grant, Sr. - Ohio State Buckeyes
17. Steven Nelson, Sr. - Oregon State Beavers
18. KeiVarae Russell, Redshirt Jr. - Notre Dame Fighting Irish
19. Kevon Seymour, Jr. - USC Trojans
20. Ladarius Gunter, Redshirt Sr. - Miami Hurricanes
21. Eric Murray, Jr. - Minnesota Gophers
22. Quandre Diggs, Sr. - Texas Longhorns
23. Byron Jones, Redshirt Sr. - Connecticut Huskies
24. Deshazor Everett, Sr. - Texas A&M Aggies
25. Taveze Calhoun, Redshirt Jr. - Mississippi State Bulldogs
26. Cam Thomas, Redshirt Sr. - Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
27. Eric Rowe, Sr. - Utah Utes
28. Cody Riggs, Redshirt Sr. - Notre Dame Fighting Irish
29. Zack Sanchez, Redshirt Soph. - Oklahoma Sooners
30. Josh Shaw, Redshirt Sr. - USC Trojans
31. Damian Swann, Sr. - Georgia Bulldogs
32. Julian Wilson, Redshirt Sr. - Oklahoma Sooners
33. Justin Coleman, Sr. - Tennessee Volunteers
34. SaQwan Edwards, Redshirt Sr. - New Mexico Lobos
35. Merrill Noel, Redshirt Sr. - Wake Forest Demon Deacons
36. Bernard Blake, Redshirt Sr. - Colorado State Rams
37. Kevin White, Redshirt Sr. - TCU Horned Frogs
38. Jonathon Mincy, Redshirt Sr. - Auburn Tigers
39. Curtis Riley, Sr. - Fresno State Bulldogs
40. Nick Waisome, Sr. - Florida State Seminoles