NEPD Prospect Preview: Week 8

Zach Brown 2012 NFL Draft

Zach Brown is just one of the Tarheel defenders that we'll be scouting this weekend.

After a big week featuring nine college football games scouted, we are back again for week eight of the college football season.

We’ll be watching two teams with some of the most explosive defensive prospects in the 2012 NFL Draft.

North Carolina and Clemson both feature multiple defenders with Top 100 potential, so fans that wan’t to see their team get better on defense in 2012 will want to pay attention.

Here is who we’ll be scouting. Look for the film room post later this weekend.

#90 Quinton Colples, DE, North Carolina – possible Top Five pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. Rare ability at the DE position.

#47 Zach Brown, OLB, North Carolina – incredible athletic potential, becoming a better football player.

#12 Charles Brown, CB, North Carolina – playmaker that does a good job reading the receiver.

#98 Donte Paige-Moss, DE, North Carolina – a disappointment so far in 2011, was regarded as a top pass-rush option.

#83 Dwight Jones, WR, North Carolina – goes over the middle with authority – good hands.

#98 Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson – powerful and quick 1-gap defender, has the size to play 3-4 or 4-3.

#40 Andre Branch, DE, Clemson – speed rush option for 3-4 teams needing an OLB.

Other games being scouted throughout our network include: USC vs Arizona, Wisconsin vs Michigan State, Arizona vs UCLA, Oklahoma State vs Missouri, Stanford vs Washington, and Florida International vs Arkansas State.

Tags: Brandon Thompson, Donte Paige-Moss, Prospect Preview, Quinton Coples

3 Responses to “NEPD Prospect Preview: Week 8”

  1. John says:

    and dwayne allen i think he is really a matchup nightmare as an H-back in the NFL he gets up to full speed freakishly fast

  2. John says:

    what about rennie moore i like him as a pass rusher from the 5 technique kind of like wallace gilberry

  3. iceman says:

    Tydreke Powell a DT at UNC is a good one.






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