Small School Prospects for 2017-Part 1




Phazahn Odom

Height: 6’8

Weight: 250

School: Fordham


The NFL trend at Tight end as of late, has been athletic playmakers that torch defenses over the middle of the field. Phazahn fits that mold perfectly, with freaky athleticism and his lengthy frame. He had a breakout year last year with 492 yards and seven touchdowns, and has looked solid this season as well.


Khalid Abdullah

Height: 5’10

Weight: 216

School: James Madison


Abdullah has been nothing short of a work horse, bellcow back in his time at JMU. He has an NFL frame with above average burst and vision. He also has a nose for the endzone, currently holding the JMU career touchdown record with 33.


Tanoh Kpassagnon

Height: 6’7

Weight: 290

School: Villanova


Tanoh has an elite blend of size and speed. He has very little bad weight on his 6’7, shredded frame. He is a raw prospect, but with the right development he could be an impact player at the next level.


Division 2


Jordan Norris

Height: 5’11

Weight: 178

School: Northwestern Oklahoma State


The NFL puts a premium on coverage corners, and Jordan is just that. Last year, he recorded seven interceptions and one was ran back for a touchdown. He has reasonable size for a Corner at the next level, and above average ball skills.



Jac’que Polite

Height: 6’5

Weight: 300

School: Winston-Salem State


Polite has been a consistent force on this offensive line. He uses his prototypical size and strength to dominate edge rushers in pass protection and the run game. He’s a very intriguing prospect at Offensive Tackle, and has the potential to kick inside as a Guard at the next level.

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