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  1. Lottery tickets; your favorite late-round/UDFA prospects

    I don’t get to watch a lot of college football, but like what I’ve read about some of these guys. Feel free to comment, or to provide a break-down of your favorite late-round/UDFA prospects.

    QB
    Jordan Ta’amu, Mississippi
    Easton Stick, North Dakota St.

    RB
    Ty Johnson, MD
    Wes Hills, Slippery Rock
    Travis Homer, Miami

    WR
    Terry Godwin, Georgia
    Alex Wesley, Northern Colorado
    Penny Hart, Georgia St.
    KeeSean Johnson, Fresno St.
    Travis Fulgham, Old Dominion
    Stanley Morgan, Jr., Nebraska

    TE
    Foster Moreau, LSU
    Zach Gentry, Michigan

    Safety
    Ugochukwu Amadi, Oregon
    Darius West, Kentucky
    Khari Willis, Michigan St.



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    RB: ty Johnson, Bryce love (his stock should be pretty low)
    inside linebacker: tre Watson
    WR: Jalen Hurd, Keelan Doss





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    I don’t think Stanley Morgan or Jaleen Hurd are late round/UDFA

    Zedrick Woods -SAF
    Jalen Smith - WR





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    I love all the hype that Trey Pipkins from Sioux Falls has received. It's not often that you hear raves about a division II player but that's exactly what has happened. Pipkins looks like a very interesting developmental Left Tackle prospect. I really want to see how he handles the NFL.





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    Quote Originally Posted by edromeo View Post
    I don’t think Stanley Morgan or Jaleen Hurd are late round/UDFA

    Zedrick Woods -SAF
    Jalen Smith - WR
    Setting aside the Lamar connection, what do you like about Smith? Again, I'm asking these questions not to be argumentative, but because I've not seen a lot of these guys on tape. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    I love all the hype that Trey Pipkins from Sioux Falls has received. It's not often that you hear raves about a division II player but that's exactly what has happened. Pipkins looks like a very interesting developmental Left Tackle prospect. I really want to see how he handles the NFL.
    Did he play in either the East/West game or the Sr. Bowl? How did he hold up? Those are usually good measuring sticks.

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    Regarding Ta’amu, GreatWhiteNorthRaven and I have both talked about him. In what light you ask? Well, let me put it this way. The Rock used to have a saying for certain things you possessed and what you should do with them. I believe shiner was involved. That’s what you can do with Jordan Ta’amu passing ability.





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    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    I love all the hype that Trey Pipkins from Sioux Falls has received. It's not often that you hear raves about a division II player but that's exactly what has happened. Pipkins looks like a very interesting developmental Left Tackle prospect. I really want to see how he handles the NFL.
    The next Laurent Douvernay Tardif perhaps?





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    Jaylen Smith





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    Quote Originally Posted by AmishlandRavenFan View Post
    Setting aside the Lamar connection, what do you like about Smith? Again, I'm asking these questions not to be argumentative, but because I've not seen a lot of these guys on tape. Thanks.

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    One of the biggest reason why I would target Jalen Smith late in the draft or as UDFA is because of his relationship w/ Lamar.

    But, putting that aside...…..Players that are targeted late in the draft or UDFA aren't going to check as many boxes and will have more flaws then prospect ranked/drafted before them.


    To answer your question here's what I like about Jalen Smith:
    -big bodied WR w/ good speed - 6'2 - 219 lbs - 4.47 good explosion numbers too: 34.5 Vert - 122 Broad

    -when he played with Lamar he was considered a WR on the rise, and had good production:
    career averaged 16.5 ypc -
    Jr season: 60-980-7 TDs - 16.3 ypc
    So: 27-599-6 TDs - 22.2 ypc

    -Senior played 4 years

    -Played in an NFL passing game

    -Showed well at the Senior Bowl practices where he was one of the better receivers especially vs press coverage








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    Quote Originally Posted by edromeo View Post
    One of the biggest reason why I would target Jalen Smith late in the draft or as UDFA is because of his relationship w/ Lamar.

    But, putting that aside...…..Players that are targeted late in the draft or UDFA aren't going to check as many boxes and will have more flaws then prospect ranked/drafted before them.


    To answer your question here's what I like about Jalen Smith:
    -big bodied WR w/ good speed - 6'2 - 219 lbs - 4.47 good explosion numbers too: 34.5 Vert - 122 Broad

    -when he played with Lamar he was considered a WR on the rise, and had good production:
    career averaged 16.5 ypc -
    Jr season: 60-980-7 TDs - 16.3 ypc
    So: 27-599-6 TDs - 22.2 ypc

    -Senior played 4 years

    -Played in an NFL passing game

    -Showed well at the Senior Bowl practices where he was one of the better receivers especially vs press coverage



    Yeah he’s pretty underrated imo





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