Time again for my annual list of undervalued draft sleepers and smaller school prospects who deserve more attention in the NFL draft.

For 18 years now, I have made the analysis of lesser-known, small school, and undervalued NFL draft prospects my obsession. Over the years, I’ve tweeted about, written about, mock-drafted, interviewed, argued about, and generally died on the hilltop for “my” guys. Over the years, I’ve missed on a few I liked (Hello, Donald Hammond II!) and missed on some I should have included but didn’t feel worthy (hello, Darius Leonard!)

However, I did hit on a few very unexpected home runs, too. Like when I watched 15 minutes of Texas Tech film and said out loud, “Patrick Mahomes is what a future Hall Of Fame QB looks like.” My work here is done… almost.

Here are a few past B2Bers, more or less the B2B Hall Of Fame:

Patrick Mahomes, Jared Veldheer, Richard Sherman, Carlos Dunlap, Emmanuel Sanders, Jimmy Graham, Josh Norman, Alterraun Verner, Junior Galette, Jordan Cameron, Tarik Cohen, Kevin Byard, Kenny Golladay, Julius Thomas, Buster Skrine, Doug Martin, Bruce Irvin, Robert Turbin, J.R.Sweezy, Jamie Collins, Brandon Williams, Paul Worrilow, Jarvis Landry, Javon Hargrave, George Fant, Malcolm Mitchell, Karl Joseph, Adrian Colbert, Cooper Rush, Chase Allen, Sharif Finch, Jatavis Brown, J.T. Hassel, Jessie Bates, Nik Needham, James Robinson, Donald Parham, Garrett Wallow, Elijah Mitchell, Kenneth Gainwell, Larry Borom, … and more each year.

In general, I tend to favor what a player shows they can do that has outlier potential– what is the best this player can be– paired with the football personality and working style to bring that to fruition. Give me a guy with heart, football smarts, and athletic ability and shame on you if you can’t figure out how to make him a player.

This list isn’t intended to be comprehensive. I’m sure there will be a sleeper or two who make it in the NFL who isn’t on this list… but it’s not because I didn’t try to find him.

For some background on how I got started with this and a list of previous year’s teams, click the following links:

2015 B2B Directional State Team
2016 B2B Directional State Team
2017 B2B Directional State Team
2018 B2B Directional State Team
2019 B2B Directional State Team
2020 B2B Directional State Team
and the 2021 Directional State Team

Read this, and I promise you’ll know more about the rosters of preseason games and the XFL than you ever thought possible! (Hello, Teton Saltes!) Amaze your friends!

Special shout out to: Matt Alkire, Bill Carroll, Josh Buchanan, Dom Kay, SteelPerch, everyone at Steelerfury.com, and especially Emory Hunt of Football Gameplan & Damond Talbot at DraftDiamonds.com for bringing names forward.

This year–because of the COVID complications and extended eligibility–is a treasure trove of undervalued prospects. It may be the deepest draft class of our lifetimes. Narrowing down to the best of the lesser-known contingent will be a true challenge.

Without further ado, the best of the B2Best:

B2B Directional Player of the Year: QB Cole Kelley, Southeastern Louisiana (6072 248lb, 9 5/8 hand, 34 3/8” arm)

I wrote a full writeup of Kelley a few months ago… through his long journey from 4-star recruit to true freshman starter in the SEC, to a transfer rebirth at Southeastern Louisiana, he has transformed himself from a giant running QB with a big arm into a sophisticated passer, running the closest thing to an NFL passing offense that you’ll see in college football. He won the FCS version of the Heisman in a dazzling spring season, then actually had an even better season in the fall,  rushing for TDs in 13 games, to go with 44 TDs and only 10 INTs (at least two of which were drops that bounced to defenders). At one point this fall they were 27 for 30 scoring TDs in the Red Zone and the 3 non-touchdowns were two dropped passes and a fumble.

Off-the Map Power 5 Offensive POY:  OL Zach Tom, Wake Forest  Everybody wants to talk about what Zach Tom isn’t: he isn’t tall enough, he isn’t strong enough, he’s not a tackle, he’s not a guard… all I can say is: on tape he just does his job over and over again. There were matchups that exposed area where he needs refinement, but you can also see him shut down an elite EDGE like Jermaine Johnson for an entire game like it’s not even hard.

Off-the Map Power 5 Defensive POY:  CB Damarri Mathis, Pittsburgh  Clutch is a word often thrown around, but Mathis is that guy on your defense who just finds a way to make a play when you desperately need one.  An interception, a fumble created, a sack, a tackle 1-on-1 on the edge… he’s your man. The concerns on him as a prospect were that he just wasn’t fast or athletic enough…but that was before he ran a 4.39 electronically timed 40 at the combine and then ran a 4.22 shuttle and jumped 43 1/2 in the vertical and over 11 feet in the broad. I don’t know his exact SPARQ score but I’m guessing that’s good.

Underappreciated Non-Power 5 FBS DPOY:  CB Marcus Jones, Houston You’ll hear all about “He’s a slightly-undersized dynamo ” “special teams” yadda yadda about this player… but here’s the truth: he is as relentless, talented, explosive, and versatile as any player in this draft. He defines football player. I honestly don’t care what size he is. He covers bigger guys all over the field, his play recognition is instantaneous–hell, even before the ball is snapped kind of recognition–and he will fight you and anyone who gets in his way. He’ll even pursue you 80 yards across the field and rock you up just when you thought you were going to score. An awesome football player.


Underappreciated Non-Power 5 FBS OPOY:  OT Ryan Van Demark, Connecticut  Van Demark has 35″ + long arms and the kind of nasty streak we all love in O-Linemen. Toiling away on the blind side of perhaps the worst team in FBS, he didn’t get a lot of in-season attention but his performance at the East-West Shrine game was astoundingly efficient and got him more and more deserved attention.


FCS Defensive Player Of The Year:  LB Troy Andersen, Montana State   They just don’t build many football players like Andersen. A former All-American RB & QB, he made the switch to LB just two seasons ago and became All-American on the other side of the ball. His ability to scrape and go sideline to sideline, combined with his height and agility working in space/coverage are beyond elite, especially for a player of his size. He’s got some work to do to make the sifting through trash/blocks in the interior second-nature but the tools are all there.

Oh, and for an encore, he’ll likely captain all you special teams units and maybe be your wildcat QB.

FCS Offensive Player of the Year:  C Cole Strange, Chattanooga  Strange shined in the games he played vs. Power 5 competition and then blew the doors off the Senior Bowl. Other than Zion Johnson, Strange was pretty much the only IOL who held his own vs the trio of Travis Jones, Logan Hall, & Otito Ogbinnia––and then told them to come back for some more. The impressive anchor was in contrast with the assuption he’s best on the move and is a little undersized.He appears to be an above-average shit-talker who has the goods to back it up. What’s not to like?

D2 & Below Defensive Player Of The Year:  CB Kishawn Walker, Kentucky Weslayan  6’2″ 200lb cover CBs don’t grow on trees, but apparently they do grow in Kentucky. Walker was a prize signee to Western Kentucky, but after a stint there he transferred to NAIA Kentucky Wesleyan, where he absolutely dominated his competition… 5 INTs and 17 pass breakups this season. He’s a really smooth, mirroring in coverage but also has great ball skills and willingness to be physical. Oh, and his CB partner opposite him at an NAIA school is also a terrific prospect (Shedrick Kirk, 6010 201 w 5INTs & 7 PBU this season):



D2 & Below Offensive Players Of The Year:  RB Andrew Brazicki, Bentley It’s hard to get a lot of film of Bentley film, but I dug around since little Bentley in Massachusetts ended up with a wonderful UMass transfer at LB (see Cole McCubrey below) and a NFL roster candidate in Brazicki. Brazicki is a sturdy 5011 227lbs but with excellent quickness and agility for a back of that size. You can see it in his burst as a one-cut runner in zone. He reminds me a little of Zach Zenner, who stuck around on the Lions roster for a few years and contributed quite a bit at times on offense and special teams.

B2B “Hearts & Smarts” Award:

BYU C James Empey was voted best student-athlete at the school voted best student-athlete program. Aqeel Glass finished his masters in civil engineering AND Quarterbacked a football team. DL Tomas Booker of Stanford had two majors and won a slew of awards for both academics and football character.

But EDGE Samuel Wright of Princeton not only went to college at a non-athletic scholarship program–where you have to do it for the love of the game–he captained the football team while simultaneously training for the very real possibility of the Olympics as a shot putter. In a spring football practice, he suffered a hand injury that ended his shot put aspirations.  Instead of succumbing to that disappointment, he instead used the chaos of a COVID year without football to bond with his teammates and be inspired by his coaches to become the football player he could be.  He elevated his technique and his understanding of hte game and because an All-Ivy League performer, finishing 2021 with 13 TFL, 11.5 sacks,  6  QB Hurries, and 2 forced fumbles in just 10 games.

The “If This Were 1975, I’d be a 1st Rd Pick” or “Borderline Too Violent For This Sport” Award: S Elvin De La Rosa, Fayetteville State   In short, if it moves, hit it. Hard.  He may not have the top-end wheels to play outside the box but man he’s a terrific player in short spaces and close to the ball.

B2B Adversity Award:  QB Jake Bentley, S. Alabama  Bentley started off as a 5-star QB, recruited to SEC South Carolina. He actually put up some pretty impressive results there and seemed to be on his way to stardom, throwing all over the field to future NFL stars like Deebo Samuel & Bryan Edwards. A combination of disillusionment with coaching, talent turnover, expectation and being replaced as the starter led to him doubting his love for the game. He transferred to Utah but thought about walking away after that season. He found some inspiration in a move to South Alabama, where he was a big part of their passing resurgence and a breakout season for WR Jalen Tolbert. His season was going well enough for some to start whispering about him as a darkhorse QB prospect for some team to talk themselves into on Day 2… and then he suffered a catastrophic knee injury (torn MCL & ACL damage) in his game vs Troy.  Up to that point, he was having an outstanding season, completing a career-high 70%+ of his passes for 2,171 yards, 15 touchdowns and five interceptions before the injury. But, knowing it would be his last season and knowing his team was on the verge of being bowl-eligible, he decided to return and play the Jaguars last game of the season vs Coastal Carolina. Bentley finished that game, going 28/41 for 354 yards and 2 TDs… on a destroyed knee.  He then announced his retirement and accepted a coaching position, where he coached in the spring on crutches. It’s a shame and a damn shame we couldn’t get to see his talents at the next level, but sometimes it just doesn’t work out.

The B2B Honorary Karl Joseph People Had Me As A Third Rounder But I’m Going In The top 50 Award:  WR Christian Watson, North Dakota State  Watson got noticed as the guy on Trey Lance’s highlight tape– a tall, extremely fast wideout who had moves in the open field or on designed run plays. He has a reputation as a diligent worker, high character guy, and has the coveted NFL bloodlines (his father Tim played Safety in the league for 4 years). When he ran 4.36 at the combine–at 6041 208 lbs!–there was no more thinking of him as a late-round, small-school sleeper:

B2B Unwanted to NFL Award:  RB Zander Horvath, Purdue ( 6021 228 0868 3200 7628)

Rushed for 3,373 yards and 50 touchdowns during his high school career.
• Broke every rushing and scoring record in Marian High School history.
• Honored with Indiana All-State, Academic All-State

Somehow had to walk-on at Purdue, work his way through the depth chart, put up great results… and still be thought of as not athletic enough, not good enough to be the primary ball-carrier. Not athletic enough? He tested through the roof (and outdoors in subzero conditions!) 31 reps on the bench,  1.57 10yd split, 2.58 20yd, 4.60 40,  4.25 SS, 6.75 3-cone,  35.5 Vertical, & a 1003 broad jump.  And teams are still looking at him like “maybe he could be a fullback”. Please.  He’s a perfect big back for a team that likes them that style, a la Baltimore or Pittsburgh:

New for 2022:  Honorary McKenzie-Griffin-McCourty-Hollister-Pouncey Seeing Double Award: Tre & Tyrell Ford, Waterloo…
Tyson Jalen Philpot, Calgary… Tristan & Zyon McCollum, Sam Houston

Statistically, you’ve got a better shot of being the 1.6% of college players who play pro football than being a twin (0.4%). Not one, not two, but THREE sets of twins with pro ball aspirations in the draft class are on their way to being BOTH. The two sets of Canadian Twins appear set to be drafted in the top 10 of the CFL draft, Zyon is a lock to be a top 150 pick, and Tristan will very likely be in a rookie minicamp. We are scrambling now to see if there is come future NFL talent in the 2021 graduating class of Memorial High School in Houston, TX, where they had–I am not making this up–18 sets of twins and 3 sets of triplets! I wonder what the odds on that are?

Tristan and Zyon McCollum are the best pairing, with Zyon’s fame as an All-American and NFL Combine standout boosting him into the conscienceness… but in Sam Houston’s run to the FCS Championship last spring, it was arguably Tristan who was the Bearkats best player on defense. Both twins are long, fast, and superior athletes. They also are attracted to physical play and rallying to the ball.

B2B For The Love Of The Game Award:  RB Zaquandre White, South Carolina
A top RB recruit signed to Florida in 2017, the Seminoles moved him to LB, where he promptly recorded 22 tackles, including 7 tackles in one game. He then transferred to Iowa Western CC, returned to RB, then was named 1st-team All-American. he then transferred back to power 5 football with the Gamecocks, where he promptly went back to being buried on the depth chart and working his way up through excellent special teams play. In 2021, he finally got a chance to at least be the backup RB and managed to shine as both an open0-field runner and as a pass-catcher. Maybe his next team will give him the chance to shine:

CONTINUE READING:  The Tape Don’t Lie: Best Highlight Highlights of 2022 Class & More Prospects
Play of the Year: Eric Barriere Scramble & Throw in the FCS Playoffs at NDSU:

Kalil Pimpelton sideline catch

Kalil Pimpelton keeps scoring

Jahan Dotson backward 1-hander

John Metchie FF hit

Jelani Woods TD, Dance, Keg Stand (wait until after the 2-pt play for a close up)

Iowa State DT… everything but the sack

Brandon Lewis air force Louisville bowl game… re-routing

Cole Kelley dragging the whole team

Algheir beats all 11 on D

Gerrit Prince in motion somehow becomes a Long TD YAC vs Rice

Devin Heckstall  UVA-Wise one-handed, falling backwards (Trust me: you’ll just keep rewinding the first play over and over again)

Marquis McCalin Laying Dudes out, Techmo Bowl Style

Zaquandre White ridiculousness:

The B2B All Value-Buy Lineup… 1st Team:
LT  Ryan Van Demark, Connecticut
LG  Virginia Tech
C   Kody Russey, Houston
RG  J’Atyre Carter, Southern
RT  Bam Olaseni, Utah
QB  Cole Kelley, SE Louisiana
RB  Isiah Pacheco, Rutgers
FB  Clint Ratkovich,
TE  Jelani Woods, Virginia
WR  Samari Toure, Nebraska
WR  Jequez Ezzard, Sam Houston
WR  Devin Heckstall, Virginia-Wise
DT Eric Johnson
DT  Timmy Horne, Kansas State
EDGE  Deangelo Malone, Western Kentucky
EDGE  Cam Goode, California
LB D’Marco Jackson, Appalachian State
LB  Jack Cochrane, South Dakota
LB  Devin Harper, Oklahoma State
SCB  Decobie Durant, South Carolina State
CB  Zyon McCollum, Sam Houston
CB  Jeremy Webb, Kansas
S  Russ Yeast, Kansas State
S  Michael Griffin, South Dakota State

The 2022 B2B Directional State Team

QB Cole Kelley, SE Louisiana (see above)
Jake Bentley, South Alabama (see above)
Eric Barriere, Eastern Washington (see his unreal scramble and throw above)  Barriere won this season’s Walter Payton Award as the best player in FCS– and he deserved for years of service in excellence, at the very least.  He was a 5-year starter at Eastern and spent the last couple of those dropping bombs and figuring out ways to win. He isn’t Kyler Murray small but his extra year or two of age and being under 6-feet tall will probably place him in the undrafted category, but there’s more than a chance he sticks.

QB EJ Perry, Brown
QB Aqeel Glass, Alabama A&M
QB Chris Oladokun, South Dakota State
QB Drew Plitt, Ball State
Honorable Mention:
Kaleb Eleby,Western Michigan
Bailey ZappeWestern Kentucky
Jack Coan, Notre Dame
Skylar Thompson, Kansas State
OT Tyler Smith, Tulsa Young and with a ton of upside, he was part of an excellent OL that worked as a unit.
OT Zach Tom, Wake Forest (see above)
OT Myron Cunningham, Arkansas
OT Abraham Lucas, Washington State
OT Sebastian Gutierrez, Minot State This incredibly athletic TE convert turned himself into a solid OL prospect. Played great at LT but probably is a high-level athlete at guard going forward.

OT Spencer Burford, UTSA
OT Matt Waletzko, North Dakota
OT Jalen McKenzie, USC
OT Max Mitchell, Louisiana
OT Ryan Van Demark, Connecticut (see above)
OT Bamidele Olaseni, Utah
OT Logan Bruss, Wisconsin
OT Luke Tenuta, Virginia Tech
OT Cordell Volson, North Dakota State
OT David Kroll, DelawareHonorable Mention:
Braxton Jones, Southern Utah
Tanner Owen, Northwest Missouri State
Jarrid Williams, Miami (FL)
Antione Frazier, Northern Iowa
Tristan Taylor, Eastern Washington
Ben Petrula, Boston College
Andrew Rupcich, Culver-Stockton
Barry Wesley, Colorado State
Jack Snyder, San Jose State
Caleb Jones, Indiana

IOL Cameron Jurgens, Nebraska
IOL Marcus McKethan, North Carolina
IOL J’ATyre Carter, Southern

IOL Jamaree Salyer, Georgia
IOL Dylan Parham, Memphis
IOL Chris Paul, Tulsa
IOL Derek Schweiger, Iowa State

IOL Jason Poe, Mercer
IOL Luke Fortner, Kentucky
IOL Joshua Ezeudu, North Carolina
IOL Luke Goedeke, Central Michigan
IOL Andrew Stueber, Michigan
IOL Josh Seltzner, Wisconsin
IOL Kody Russey, Houston

Honorable Mention:
Blaise Andries, Minnesota
Luke Wattenberg, Washington
Hayden Howerton, SMU
Jake Dixon, Duquesne
Wesley French, Western Michigan
Cole Schneider, UCF
Cain Madden, Notre Dame
Orlando Umana, Mississippi
James Empey, BYU
TE Jelani Woods, Virginia
TE Gerrit Prince, Alabama-Birmingham
TE James MitchellVirginia Tech
TE Jake FergusonWisconsin
TE Cole TurnerNevada
TE Derrick Deese Jr.San Jose StateZaire Mitchell-Paden, Florida Atlantic  A very hard-working and underrated all-around TE. Punches the clock, can make a big block for you or make a big play downfield.

Andrew Ogletree, Youngstown State

Nolan Givan, SE Louisiana
Daniel Bellinger, San Diego State
Honorable Mention:
Isaiah Likely, Coastal Carolina
Isaiah Johnson-MackSaginaw Valley State
Chigoziem Okonkwo, Maryland
Austin Allen, Nebraska
Nick Muse, South Carolina
Roger Carter, Georgia State
Connor HeywardMichigan StateFBFB
Clint RatkovichNorthern Illinoishttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acA71wUFJIoFBFB


Jashaun CorbinFlorida State
Pierre Strong Jr.South Dakota State
Abram SmithBaylor
Tyler AllgeierBYU
Zander HorvathPurdue
Sincere McCormickUTSA
ZaQuandre WhiteSouth Carolina
Rachaad WhiteArizona State
Charles WilliamsUNLV
Cam’Ron HarrisMiami (FL)
Trestan EbnerBaylor
D’vonte PriceFlorida International
Max BorghiWashington State
Isiah PachecoRutgers
Bryant KobackToledo
Ty ChandlerNorth Carolina
Julius ChestnutSacred Heart
Mulbah CarHouston
Shermari JonesCoastal Carolina
Jah-Maine MartinNorth Carolina A&T
Marcus WilliamsLouisiana Tech
Stadford AndersonAlcorn State
WRTyler SneadEast Carolina
Dai’Jean DixonNicholls State
Isaiah WestonNorthern Iowa
Josh JohnsonTulsa
Lance McCutcheonMontana State
Romeo DoubsNevada
Jequez EzzardSam Houston State
Kalil PimpletonCentral Michigan
Irvin CharlesIndiana (PA)
Dareke YoungLenoir-Rhyne
Bo MeltonRutgers
Braylon SandersMississippi
Andre MillerMaine
Dee AndersonAlabama A&M
Talolo Limu-JonesEastern Washington
Kyle PhilipsUCLA
Jalen VirgilAppalachian State
Jaquarii RobersonWake Forest
Charleston RamboMiami
Jerreth SternsWestern Kentucky
Devin HeckstallUVA-Wise
Montrell WashingtonSamford
Reggie Roberson Jr.SMU
Marquis McCalinSouthern
Tyshawn JamesCentral Connecticut
Dennis HoustonWestern Illinois
Chris Pierce Jr.Vanderbilt
Jalen NailorMichigan State
Tyler SneadEast Carolina
Samuel EmilusLouisiana Tech
Luke LittleU of Mary
Deven ThompkinsUtah State
Kaden DavisNW Missouri State
Henry LitwinSlippery Rock
Josh Paschal, Kentucky
Amare Barno, Virginia Tech
DeAngelo Malone, Western Kentucky
Josh Onujiogu, Framingham State
Kingsley Jonathan, Syracuse
Luiji Vilain, Wake Forest
Terrell Lucas, Incarnate Word
Cody Roscoe, Syracuse
Samuel Wright II, Princeton
Cullen Wick, Tulsa

Sam Okuayinonu, Maryland
IDL Timmy HorneKansas StateDTIDL
DLTevita MoungaBYU
Eyioma UwazurikeIowa StateIDLIDL
John RidgewayArkansasIDLIDL
Noah EllissIdahoIDLIDL
Marquan McCallKentuckyIDLIDL
Eric JohnsonMissouri StateDTIDL
Curtis BrooksCincinnatiDTIDL
Demetrius TaylorAppalachian StateDTIDL
Ben StilleNebraskaDTIDL
Tayland HumphreyLouisianaDTIDL
Sam RobertsNW Missouri StateDTIDL
Otito OgbonniaUCLADTIDL
Matthew ButlerTennesseeIDLIDL
Otito OgbonniaUCLAIDLIDL
Marcus MooreUtah Statehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL3orG6uMz8IDLIDL
Thomas BookerStanfordDTIDL
Prince EmiliPennhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGAKcMD7ol4DTIDL
Jordan JacksonAir ForceIDLIDL
DT Rayshad Nichols
Tyarise StevensonTyariseNTIDL
LB D’Marco Jackson, Appalachian State A LB-playing machine. He can play for my team anytime.

Daniel Hardy, Montana State
James Houston IV, Jackson State
Cole McCubrey, Buckley An all-conference player at UMass , he transferred to possibly a better football program and was as outstanding playmaker there. He also tested like a top performer at the NFL Combine–– you can see it on tape:

Kyron Johnson, Kansas
Jack Cochrane, South Dakota
JoJo Domann, Nebraska
Arron Mosby, Fresno State
Segun Olubi, San Diego State
Baylon Spector, Clemson
Mike Rose, Iowa State

Devin Harper, Oklahoma State His teammate Malcolm Rodriguez is pretty good, but at times Devin Harper looked like the prized prospect.  Moves well in coverage and just is so athletically slick.

Honorable Mention:
Diego FagotNavy,
Nephi Sewell, Utah
Storey Jackson, Liberty
Charles Wiley, UT-San Antonio
Mar’Quess Daniels, Central Methodist
Drew Seers, Lindenwood


S Reed Blankenship, Memphis
S Markquese Bell, S. Florida
S Yusuf Corker, Kentucky
S Russ Yeast, Kansas State
S JT Woods, Baylor
S Tycen Anderson, Toledo
S Elvin De La Rosa, Fayetteville State (see above)
S Tristin McCollum, Sam Houston State
Cory Rahman, Tennessee State
S Nolan Turner, Clemson  An underrated playmaker for a championship-caliber team at a power-5 powerhouse… and completely overlooked. At time he seemed to be reading QB’s minds and just everywhere in coverage>


S Joey Blount, Virginia
S Michael Griffin, South Dakota State

Honorable Mentions
Dane Belton, Iowa
Warren Saba, East Carolina
Nazeeh Johnson, Marshall
Juanyeh Thomas, Georgia Tech
Percy Butler, Louisiana
Deontai Williams, Nebraska
This CB class deserves its own list.
CB Marcus Jones, Houston (see above)
CB Tariq Woolen, UTSA
CB Zyon McCollum, Sam Houston State
CB Joshua Williams,  Fayetteville State He gets my vote for this year’s La’Jarius Sneed… someone who has size and versatility, can come in an contribute right away:

CB Tariq Castro-Fields Penn State
CB Damarri Mathis, Pitt (see above)
CB Damarion Williams, Houston
CB Cam Taylor-Britt, Nebraska
CB Decobie Durant, South Carolina State
CB Jack Jones, Arizona State
CB Deane Leonard, Mississippi
CB Kishawn Walker, Kentucky Wesleyan
CB Montaric Brown Arkansas
CB Alontae Taylor, Tennessee
CB Sam Webb, Missouri Western

CB Jeremy Webb, Kansas He’s got size, length, and amazing ability to stick to his man in coverage.

CB Don Gardner, South Dakota State
CB DaMarcus Fields, Texas Tech
CB Dallis Flowers, Pittsburgh State
CB Marcel Dabo, Germany
CB Zyon Gilbert, Florida Atlantic
Honorable Mention:
Coby Bryant Cincinnati
Tre Swilling, Georgia Tech
Chase Lucas, Arizona State
Shaun Jolly, Appalachian State
Bryce Watts, UMass
Junior Faulk (Julius) ,Delta State
Gregory Junior, Ouachita Baptist
Ja’Quan McMillian, East Carolina
Jaylon Jones, Mississippi
Shabari Davis, SE Missouri
Christian Benford, Villanova
DaRon Bland, Fresno State
Darrell Baker Jr.,Georgia Southern
Dominique Long, Duke
P Matt Araiza, San Diego State