1.) Dallas Goedert (South Dakota State TE)
2.) Devante Kincade (Grambling State QB) *Ole Miss transfer
The Grambling State star shows a good blend of arm strength, touch and ball placement. He uses his legs to extend plays, and has the athleticism to hurt you on the ground.
3.) Aaron Stinnie (James Madison OT)
Stinnie, a 6-foot-5, 310-pound senior from Charlottesville, would become an All-CAA defensive lineman as a junior and a preseason FCS All-American as a senior. He accomplished that as an offensive lineman. NFL organizations are scouting Stinnie because of his blend of size and agility.
4.) Nick DeLuca (North Dakota State LB)
DeLuca has been a mainstay for the Bison throughout his career. His size and instincts have many NFL teams interested.
5.) Tremon Smith (Central Arkansas CB)
Smith has the size that NFL teams covet at the cornerback position, and has developed into a lockdown player at the FCS level. He’s a large part of UCA’s success this year.
6.) Darius Jackson (Jacksonville State DE)
An unstoppable force for the Gamecocks, Jackson has the athleticism and ridiculous first step to make some waves at the next level. Routinely beats chips and double teams to apply pressure on the opposing signal callers.
7.) Jake Wieneke (South Dakota State WR)
8.) Marcus Martin (Slippery Rock DE)
“I don’t know that there are many of him at any level,” said Cal (Pa.) coach Gary Dunn, whose team lost to Slippery Rock, 47-44, in overtime Saturday, with Martin making a key sack in overtime. “He’s the total package. He plays nonstop.”
9.) Brett Taylor (Western Illinois LB)
Taylor has been an absolute force for Western Illinois. He has great size and instincts for the position, and a motor that runs hot.
10.) Davontae Harris (Illinois State CB)
11.) Chase Edmonds (Fordham RB)
Edmonds is the most prolific runner in the FCS right now. He has the speed, burst and vision to make an NFL roster.
12.) Tyshon Mosley (Portland State G) *Utah State transfer
Mosley has been having a very underrated season this year. He generates good drive in the run game, and has the athletic ability to match up with quicker interior defenders.
13.) Charles Holland (Tiffin WR)
14.) Brandon Parker (North Carolina A&T T)
Parker is a highly regarded tackle prospect, and a good blend of size and athleticism. He could be a late round selection in the draft next year.
15.) Max Redfield (IUP S) *Notre Dame transfer
The Notre Dame transfer has played well since stepping on the field for IUP, and his time as a starter for an FBS program will get him looks from NFL organizations.
16.) Mike Basile (Monmouth S)
17) Chris Streveler (South Dakota QB) *Minnesota transfer
Streveler has been making a case for himself this year, leading South Dakota to an undefeated record. He’s a dual threat quarterback and has been racking up some gaudy stats.
18.) Roc Thomas (Jacksonville State RB) *Auburn transfer
Roc Thomas has shown us the ability that had him recruited to Auburn. He has is a homerun threat whenever he touches the ball, and is elusive in the open field.
19.) Sione Teuhema (Southeastern Louisiana DE) *LSU transfer
20.) Jeremiah Briscoe (Sam Houston State QB) *UAB transfer
Briscoe has had ridiculous production throughout his career at Sam Houston State. He can really sling the ball around. He has been highly touted by small school draft media.
Travon Blanchard (Texas A&M-Commerce LB/S)
P.J Hall (Sam Houston State DE)
Nate Tanguay (North Dakota State DT)
Jake Krause (Bemidji State G)
Luis Perez (Texas A&M-Commerce QB)
Justin Lea (Jacksonville State G)
Andrew Vollert (Weber State TE)
Ebenezer Ogundeko (Tennessee State DE)
Alex Cappa (Humboldt State T)
Randin Crecilius (Portland State T)
Anthony Ellis (Charleston Southern DE)
Peter Pujals (Holycross QB)
Keon Roman (Kennesaw State S)
Chad Meredith (SEMO DE)
De’Lance Turner (Alcorn State RB)
Justin Watson (Penn WR)
James Okike (Wesley WR)
Ian Park (Slippery Rock G)
Taylor Nikithser (Cal-PA C)