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Shrine Week: 15 To Remember

Shrine Week: 15 To Remember
With Shrine Week over, Josh Norris lists the 15 names you need to remember for the remainder of the draft process.
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Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline reports that NFL general managers and scouts believe 70 of the 100 players in the 2019 NFL Draft are defensive players.

The NFL considers this offensive class one of the worst "in a long time" and it's not surprising to walk away with this impression if you spend any time looking at analysts' big boards. A ton of the first-round prospects are defensive lineman, and there's not a lot of top-end talent at running back, among other offensive positions. Most draft analysts aren't impressed with the quarterback class either, so this could be a year where some teams stockpile picks in anticipation for the 2020 NFL Draft.
Jan 20 - 2:27 PM

NC State WR Kelvin Harmon averaged the third-most yards per route run (2.83) in the ACC.

Pro Football Focus only credits Clemson's Justyn Ross and Tee Higgins with more yards per route, leaving Harmon as the top declared receiver in the ACC according to this metric. As a junior, Harmon (6'3/214) picked up 1,065 yards on 72 receptions (14.8 YPC) and scored six touchdowns, which makes Harmon a "top 50 lock" according to The Draft Network's Jon Ledyard.
Source: PFF College
Jan 20 - 2:07 PM

Penn State redshirt senior TE Danny Dalton has transferred to Boston College.

A grad transfer, Dalton (6'4/251) will be eligible to play during the 2019 season, but he hasn't been a productive pass-catcher in his career -- Dalton only has three receptions. With Tommy Sweeney off to the NFL, Dalton will be competing for snaps after this June's graduation.
Jan 20 - 1:29 PM

The Athletic's Dane Brugler believes Washington State T Andre Dillard is "deserving of first-round consideration."

Dillard (6'5/310) currently sits as the No. 5 offensive tackle prospect on Brugler's top-10 positional rankings behind Jonah Williams, Cody Ford, Greg Little, and Jawaan Taylor. Dillard has tons of experience -- he's a redshirt senior -- and was largely responsible for pass protection in Mike Leach's pass-first offense. Currently sitting on the first-round and second-round borderline, Dillard's combine measurements will be key in his evaluation.
Jan 20 - 12:51 PM

The Athletic's Dane Brugler says "It shouldn’t surprise anyone when [UMass WR Andy Isabella] comes off the board much earlier than some of the bigger-name receiver prospects."

Brugler gives Isabella (5'10/190) credit for his "sudden speed" and ability to create before and after the catch. One of the top receivers based on their analytical profiles, Isabella recorded 705 yards on deep receptions in 2018, landing him "best deep-pass receiver" according to Pro Football Focus. The Day 2 prospect is a player to watch during the Reese's Senior Bowl.
Jan 20 - 12:46 PM

The Athletic's Dane Brugler says "some teams have sky-high grades" on Oklahoma WR Marquise Brown.

This isn't too surprising given the season he just had, but it sounds like Brown (5'10/166) has some Round 1 buzz. Brugler does note that some teams will be off Brown because of his size, but the speedster has drawn comparisons to DeSean Jackson. In 2018, Brown posted a huge 75-1318-10 receiving line and was a major reason why the Sooners and Kyler Murray had successful seasons. Brugler currently ranks D.K. Metcalf and Kelvin Harmon ahead of Brown.
Jan 20 - 12:16 PM

Minnesota hired former Oregon defensive analyst Rod Chance as the corners coach.

Chance was an analyst for the Ducks for one season, but he was a defensive coordinator at Southern Utah prior to that. The new corners coach was also a quality control analyst at Vanderbilt.
Jan 20 - 12:05 PM

Texas State hired Abilene Christian defensive coordinator Tremaine Jackson as the defensive line coach.

Jackson began coaching in 2006 and has had stops at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, Texas Southern University, Evangel University and University of Sioux Falls. Most of his coaching career has been with the defensive line, but he has been a DC and coached tight ends as well.
Jan 20 - 11:20 AM
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