NCAA Players to Watch: Non-BCS Schools


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In the past few years, Non-BCS school prospects have really climbed up draft boards, and there has been the good (DeMarcus Ware), the bad (David Carr), and the jury is still out on DRC and Leodis Mckelvin. This years crop is still changing, but here are few prospects that could go high in the draft.

Rhett Bomar – QB – Sam Houston St.

While he isn’t much of an employee, Bomar can still throw the ball pretty well. While comparisons to John Elway are obviously overblown, Bomar does exhibit the creativity with his feet and arm that NFL teams covet and offensive coordinators lose sleep over.

Joe Burnett – CB – Central Florida

From Asasnte’s alma mater, Burnett has the potential to become a starting CB in the NFL as well. He shows good instincts in getting to the ball, and plays faster than his 4.45 speed indicates.

Darius Hill – TE – Ball St.

This guy is a YAC machine and would fit in really well with the Colts or Patriots where running good routes is valued.

Corey Lewis – RB – Northern Iowa

Lewis is a beast for the Panthers, averaging nearly six yards each time he carries the rock. The combine will probably determine how high he climbs.

One Response to “NCAA Players to Watch: Non-BCS Schools”

  1. Shinade aka Jackie says:

    We are big Pats fans. We lived in Maine for about a decade and fell in love with them.That was almost 10 years ago when they were losing almost every game.Now look at them….they’re the greatest!!

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