2017 Small School Prospect Big Board


Top 50 Small School Prospects


1.) Cooper Kupp (WR, Eastern Washington)

Kupp had a storied career at Eastern Washington, compiling 6,464 receiving yards and 73 touchdowns in his career. He carried his momentum into the Senior Bowl and had a very good showing against top tier competition. He has a very real shot of being an early Day 2 selection.

2.) Julien Davenport (OT, Bucknell)

Julien Davenport has been a hot name in small school circles for awhile now, and that escalated to scorching proportions after a very good showing in the Senior Bowl. He looked in complete control during most of his one on ones at the Senior Bowl. He has the NFL size for an Offensive Tackle, including a 87 1/2″ wingspan.


3.) Lorenzo Jerome (Safety, Saint Francis)

No prospect has done more to boost his stock lately than Jerome. He was named the MVP of the NFLPA bowl after recording two interceptions. He then traveled to Mobile for the Senior Bowl and had two interceptions and a forced fumble. He showcased his dynamic playmaking ability, and his propensity to create turnovers.


4.) Derek Rivers (DE/OLB, Youngstown State)

Rivers had a great career with Youngstown State that culminated in the FCS National Championship game. He spent his career terrorizing Quarterbacks, bringing them down 37.5 times. He had a good run at the Senior Bowl, showing off a nice first step and utilizes his speed off the edge. He has shown the ability to convert speed to power, and demonstrates advanced hand usage.

5.) Tanoh Kpassagnon (DE, Villanova)

Kpassagnon won the weigh ins at the Senior Bowl, showing off a shredded NFL frame (6’6, 280 lbs). He had a decent Senior Bowl showing, placating some of the raw prospect talk. But, he will need to continue to refine his craft to succeed.

6.) Keionta Davis (DE, Chattnooga)

7.) Javarius Leamon (OT, South Carolina State)


8.) Chad Williams (WR, Grambling State)

9.) Jessamen Dunker (OG, Tennessee State)

10.) Javancy Jones (LB, Jackson State)

11.) Jylan Ware (OT, Alabama State)

12) Jordan Morgan (OG, Kutztown)

13.) Avery Moss (DE, Youngstown State)

14.) Jordan Herdman (LB, Simon Fraser)

15.)  Corey Levin (OG, Chattanooga)

16.) Connor Harris (LB, Lindenwood)

17.) Brendan Langley (CB, Lamar)


18.) Karter Schult (DE, Northern Iowa)

19.) Cameron Lee (OG, Illinois State)

20.) Phazahn Odom (TE, Fordham)

21.) Ezra Robinson (CB, Tennessee State)

22.) Jerry Ugokwe (OT, William & Mary)

23.) Antonio Pipkin (QB, Tiffin)

24.) Donald Payne (LB, Stetson)

25.) Eric Saubert (TE, Drake)


26.) Roderick Henderson (NT, Alabama State)

27.) Karel Hamilton (WR, Samford)

28.) Anthony Auclair (TE, Laval)

29.) Justin Miller (OG, Grambling State)

30.) Patrick Ricard (DT, Maine)


31.) Brady Gustafson (QB, Montana)

32.) Caleb Kidder (DE, Montana)

33.) Donovan McCray (DT, Grambling State)

34.) Dylan Cole (LB, Missouri State)

35.) Tyson Graham Jr. (SS, South Dakota)

36.) Taylor Reynolds (CB, James Madison)

37.) Marquis Smith (LB, Savannah State)

38.) King Frazier (RB, North Dakota State)


39.) Adam Shaheen (TE, Ashland)

40.) Marquis Ragland ( DT, NC A&T)


41.) Teidrick Smith (DE, Mary Hardin-Baylor)

42.) Denzel Keyes (WR, NC A&T)

43.) Mark Spelman (Center, Illinois State)

44.) Jac’Que Polite (OT, WSSU)

45.) Billy Brown (WR/TE, Shepherd)

46.) Brian Brown (WR, Richmond)

47.) Jack Nelson (QB, Winona State)

48.) Khalid Abdullah (RB, James Madison)


49.) Garry Brown (WR, Cal)

50.) Tarik Cohen (RB, NC A&T)

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