DT Tyler Shelvin, Louisiana St.* (6’3”, 346)

Background: Four-star recruit who was an academic redshirt for his true freshman season, then was suspended for two weeks of the following season, serving as a backup. Posted 39-3.0-0.0 as the starting nose tackle during his sophomore year, then opted out of the past season before declaring for the draft. Positives: Girth, girth, and girth;Continue reading “DT Tyler Shelvin, Louisiana St.* (6’3”, 346)”

LB Baron Browning, Ohio St. (6’3”, 240)

Background: Five-star recruit who appeared in twelve games as a true freshman, then started a few games the following year and posted 23-3.5-1.0. Started at outside linebacker as a junior, enjoying his most productive season – 43-11.0-5.0 – then played both inside and outside in his senior year and finished with 29-3.0-1.0 over seven games.Continue reading “LB Baron Browning, Ohio St. (6’3”, 240)”

LB Chazz Surratt, North Carolina (6’2”, 225)

Background: Started his collegiate career at quarterback, spending two seasons in that role. Appeared in ten games as a passer, throwing eight touchdowns to three interceptions as a freshman, but injuring his wrist one game into the following year after throwing three interceptions on ten attempts. Subsequently converted to linebacker and immediately stepped into aContinue reading “LB Chazz Surratt, North Carolina (6’2”, 225)”

LB Dylan Moses, Alabama (6’3”, 240)

Background: Five-star recruit who started receiving scholarship offers when he was in eighth grade. Appeared in eight games as a freshman, totaling 30-5.5-1.5 and intercepting a pass. Had his best season as a sophomore, compiling a line of 86-10.0-3.5. Tore his ACL and ended up missing his entire junior year before returning and posting 76-6.0-1.0Continue reading “LB Dylan Moses, Alabama (6’3”, 240)”

LB Jabril Cox, Louisiana St. (6’4”, 231)

Background: Played quarterback and a little bit of everything in high school. Originally attended North Dakota St., where he redshirted and then converted to linebacker. Posted 91-9.5-4.0 in his redshirt freshman year, then had a similar season in 2019 (92-9.5-5.5) before transferring to Louisiana St. Was immediately eligible as a graduate transfer, and put togetherContinue reading “LB Jabril Cox, Louisiana St. (6’4”, 231)”

LB Nick Bolton, Missouri* (6’0”, 232)

Background: Posted 22-1.0-1.0 over ten games as a freshman, then took over a major role the following year, filling the stat sheet to the tune of 103-8.5-1.0 and adding two interceptions and seven breakups, including one pick-six. Played in ten games as a junior and posted 95-8.0-2.0 with five breakups before declaring for the draft.Continue reading “LB Nick Bolton, Missouri* (6’0”, 232)”

OG Deonte Brown, Alabama (6’4”, 350)

Background: Redshirted, then appeared in a reserve capacity the following season before earning five starts at right guard midway through the 2018 season; missed one game due to injury and two games due to suspension that season. Missed the first four games of his junior year while completing the six-game suspension from the previous yearContinue reading “OG Deonte Brown, Alabama (6’4”, 350)”

LT Alaric Jackson, Iowa (6’6”, 318)

Background: Three-star recruit who redshirted his first season with the Hawkeyes, then took over the starting left tackle position the following year and has reprised that role for each of the four seasons of his career, missing three games as a junior due to injury. Positives: Comes from a program which has a good reputationContinue reading “LT Alaric Jackson, Iowa (6’6”, 318)”

OT Alex Leatherwood, Alabama (6’6”, 312)

Background: Was one of the top recruits in the country, then rotated into the offense a little bit over seven games as a true freshman. Started all fifteen games the following year after sliding to right guard, then started all thirteen games at left tackle the following year. Came back to school and reprised hisContinue reading “OT Alex Leatherwood, Alabama (6’6”, 312)”

OT Liam Eichenberg, Notre Dame (6’6”, 302)

Background: Highly-regarded recruit who began his collegiate career behind Mike McGlinchey, redshirting in 2016 and appearing in five games in 2017 before stepping into the starting role at left tackle the following year. Has reprised that role in each of the past two seasons. Positives: Comes three years of starting experience at a program renownedContinue reading “OT Liam Eichenberg, Notre Dame (6’6”, 302)”