Bowl Projections (Round Two)

**updated on November 25, 2016**

PEACH BOWL (1) Alabama vs. (4) Washington

FIESTA BOWL (2) Clemson vs. (3) Ohio State

ROSE BOWL Wisconsin (Big Ten) vs. USC (Pac-12)

SUGAR BOWL Oklahoma (Big 12) vs. Tennessee (SEC)

ORANGE BOWL Louisville (ACC) vs. Michigan (At-Large)

COTTON BOWL Western Michigan (Group of 5) vs. Penn State (At-Large)

New Mexico: UTSA (C-USA) vs. New Mexico (MWC)

Las Vegas: San Diego State (MWC #1) vs. Arizona State (Pac-12 #6)

Camellia: Central Michigan (MAC #3) vs. Appalachian State (Sun Belt #3)

Cure: Tulsa (American) vs. South Alabama (Sun Belt)

New Orleans: Arkansas State (Sun Belt #1) vs. Louisiana Tech (C-USA)

Miami Beach: UCF (American) vs. Ohio (MAC)

Boca Raton: Western Kentucky (C-USA) vs. Memphis (American)

Poinsettia: BYU (Ind.) vs. Wyoming (MWC)

Idaho Potato: Miami OH (MAC #2) vs. Colorado State (MWC)

Bahamas: Old Dominion (C-USA) vs. N.C. State (ACC)**

Armed Forces: Navy (American) vs. Baylor (Big 12)**

Dollar General: Toledo (MAC #1) vs. Troy (Sun Belt #2)

Hawaii: MTSU (C-USA) vs. Hawaii (MWC)

St. Petersburg: South Florida (American) vs. Vanderbilt (SEC)**

Quick Lane: Boston College (ACC)** vs. Maryland (Big Ten)

Independence: South Carolina (SEC) vs. Georgia Tech (ACC)

Heart of Dallas: Eastern Michigan (MAC)** vs. North Texas (C-USA)

Military: Army (ACC)* vs. Temple (American)

Holiday: Minnesota (Big Ten) vs. Washington State (Pac-12 #3)

Cactus: Texas (Big 12 #6) vs. Boise State (MWC)**

Pinstripe: Pittsburgh (ACC) vs. Northwestern (Big Ten)

Russell Athletic: Virginia Tech (ACC #2) vs. West Virginia (Big 12 #3)

Foster Farms: Indiana (Big Ten) vs. Stanford (Pac-12 #4)

Texas: Kansas State (Big 12 #4) vs. Texas A&M (SEC)

Birmingham: Houston (American) vs. Ole Miss (SEC)

Belk: North Carolina (ACC) vs. Arkansas (SEC)

Alamo: Oklahoma State (Big 12 #2) vs. Colorado (Pac-12 #2)

Liberty: TCU (Big 12 #5) vs. Kentucky (SEC)

Sun: Wake Forest (ACC) vs. Utah (Pac-12 #5)

Music City: Iowa (Big Ten) vs. Georgia (SEC)

Arizona: Air Force (MWC) vs. Idaho (Sun Belt)

Citrus: Florida State (ACC) vs. Auburn (SEC)

TaxSlayer: Miami FL (ACC) vs. LSU (SEC)

Outback: Nebraska (Big Ten) vs. Florida (SEC)



Bowl Projections (Round One)

PEACH BOWL (1) Alabama vs. (4) Washington

FIESTA BOWL (2) Ohio State vs. (3) Clemson

ROSE BOWL Wisconsin (Big Ten) vs. Utah (Pac-12)

SUGAR BOWL Oklahoma (Big-12) vs. LSU (SEC)

ORANGE BOWL Louisville (ACC) vs. Michigan (At-Large)

COTTON BOWL Penn State (At-Large) vs. Western Michigan (At-Large)

OUTBACK Nebraska (Big Ten) vs. Auburn (SEC #3-8)

TAXSLAYER Virginia Tech (ACC) vs. Florida (SEC #3-8)

CITRUS North Carolina (ACC) vs. Tennessee (SEC #3-8)

ARIZONA Idaho (Sun Belt) vs. Colorado State (MWC)

MUSIC CITY Iowa (Big Ten #5-7) vs. Arkansas (SEC #3-8)

SUN Wake Forest (ACC) vs. Stanford (Pac-12 #5)

LIBERTY TCU (Big 12 #5) vs. Georgia (SEC #3-8)

ALAMO West Virginia (Big 12 #2) vs. Colorado (Pac-12 #2)

BELK Miami (ACC) vs. South Carolina (SEC)

BIRMINGHAM Kentucky (SEC #9) vs. Texas Tech***

TEXAS Baylor (Big 12 #4) vs. Texas A&M (SEC #3-8)

FOSTER FARMS Indiana (Big Ten) vs. Washington State (Pac-12 #4)

RUSSELL ATHLETIC Florida State (ACC #2) vs. Oklahoma State (Big 12 #3)

PINSTRIPE Pittsburgh (ACC) vs. Northwestern (Big Ten)

CACTUS Texas (Big 12 #6) vs. Air Force***

HOLIDAY Minnesota (Big Ten) vs. USC (Pac-12 #3)

MILITARY Georgia Tech (ACC) vs. Houston (American)

HEART OF DALLAS Louisiana-Lafayette*** vs. Western Kentucky (C-USA)

INDEPENDENCE Ole Miss (SEC #9) vs. N.C. State***

QUICK LANE Maryland (Big Ten) vs. Army***

ST. PETERSBURG South Florida (American) vs. Mississippi State***

HAWAII Southern Miss (C-USA) vs. Hawaii***

DOLLAR GENERAL Toledo (MAC #1) vs. Appalachian State (Sun Belt #2)

ARMED FORCES Kansas State (Big 12 #7) vs. Navy (American)

BAHAMAS Miami OH (MAC) vs. Tulsa (American)

IDAHO POTATO Ohio (MAC #2) vs. Wyoming (MWC)

POINSETTIA San Diego State (MWC) vs. BYU (Independent)

BOCA RATON Old Dominion (C-USA) vs. Memphis (American)

MIAMI BEACH Central Michigan (MAC) vs. Temple (American)

NEW ORLEANS Troy (Sun Belt #1) vs. Louisiana Tech (C-USA)

CURE South Alabama (Sun Belt) vs. Central Florida (American)

CAMELLIA Arkansas State (Sun Belt #3) vs. Eastern Michigan (MAC #3)

LAS VEGAS Boise State (MWC #1) vs. Arizona State (Pac-12 #6)

NEW MEXICO UTSA (C-USA) vs. New Mexico (MWC)

Fired or Retained?

Given that we are eight weeks into the college football season, I’ve decided to write an article forecasting what the month of November (and early December) might look like in the coaching industry, summarizing whether coaches on the hot seat at this point seem likely to either be fired or retained at the season’s end.

Steve Addazio, Boston College:  Fired

Addazio has struggled greatly this season, as the Golden Eagles are winless in-conference, and face a difficult schedule at the season’s end. It’s gotten so bad in Chestnhut Hill that fans have created an @FireAddazioBC twitter account! Even though an anonymous board member said to expect that Addazio will last the season, I’m expecting him to be fired before the season’s end, primarily so AD Brad Bates can get started with the inevitable coaching search. Since B.C. is a power conference job, there will be a decent crop of candidates who will have interest in the job. I wouldn’t be surprised if Bates tried to lure back Don Brown for the head job, as the Eagles’ defense has tailed off significantly since he left for Michigan this past December. They could also target Pete Carmichael Jr., an alum who has run the New Orleans Saints’ offense since 2009.

David Bailiff, Rice:  Retained

Bailiff’s Owls have had a brutal season. Rice just got their first win this season against FCS opponent Prairie View A&M, which is pretty embarrassing since its already mid-October. On the upside, Rice has several winnable games left on their schedule, including FAU, Charlotte, and UTEP. Bailiff’s past success does give him a longer leash than some other coaches on the hot seat, so I’m expecting him to return as Rice’s head coach in 2017, likely with a revamped coaching staff.

Ron Caragher, SJSU:  Fired

Caragher has never really been able to get it rolling at San Jose State, as the team has slowly deteriorated since Caragher took over for Mike McIntyre in 2013. This season, the Spartans have suffered some brutal losses, most notably the 42-3 beatdown they just took from SDSU this past week. Their remaining schedule is rather difficult, with an away game against Boise State and a home game against Air Force. I’m expecting Caragher to be fired after one of those two games, so that AD Gene Bleymaier can get a head-start on a coaching search. Give McIntyre’s success at Colorado, I wouldn’t be shocked if they target someone from his coaching tree, perhaps Eagles QB Coach John DeFilippo, Colorado OC Brian Lindgren, or UNLV DC Kent Baer.

Rod Carey, Northern Illinois:  Fired

If this were just about any other scenario, I’d expect Carey to get another season. Yes, NIU has played terribly this year, one game away from being ineligible for a bowl game. But Carey has had a considerable amount of success since he took over from Dave Doeren in 2012. With that said, I’m expecting Carey to be shown the door by AD Sean Frazier, who has been reluctant to provide Carey with the tools he needs to succeed as a head coach. Along with campus and funding issues, Frazier failed to give Carey the sufficient funds to keep ex-DC Jay Niemann and several other coaches who departed last offseason; a viable signal of distrust between Carey & the administration. As such, I’m expecting AD Sean Frazier to hire a new head coach this offseason. The logical candidate here would be P.J. Fleck, an alum who has been very successful this year at Western Michigan, but its possible he’s waiting for a power conference job.

Paul Haynes, Kent State: Fired

Personally, I expected Kent State to hit the replug button after last season, but for some inexplicable reason the administration decided to retain Haynes for another year. To no surprise, the Golden Flashes have played awfully this year, making it all but guaranteed that Haynes will be shown the door sometime in the next month or so. It’s very possible that the administration looks to bring back retreads in Darrell Hazell or Doug Martin, both of whom had some success running the Kent State program.

Mark Helfrich, Oregon:  Retained

Helfrich has done a dreadful job as head coach this year. The Ducks are playing uninspired ball this year, and the staff struggled to settle on a starting quarterback until two weeks ago, giving true freshman Justin Herbert the job. With that said, unless former head man Chip Kelly is canned after one season in San Francisco, I’d be surprised if AD Rob Mullens shows Helfrich the door, given Oregon’s traditionally insular program. There are glimpses of light in Oregon’s defense, such as the gradual adjustment to Brady Hoke’s 4-3 defense, and the decent play at quarterback from Justin Herbert. As such, I’m expecting Helfrich to be retained, but start the 2017 season on the hot seat.

Doc Holliday, Marshall:  Retained

Marshall has played poorly this year, with only one FBS win against Florida Atlantic. However, Holliday has had considerable success in the past, and likely has a longer leash than many of the other coaches on this list. Furthermore, there are several winnable games left on their schedule, most notably Old Dominion and FIU. As such, I’m expecting Holliday to return in 2017, starting the year on the hot seat.

Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech:  Fired

To little surprise, Georgia Tech has underperformed this year, despite having a talented roster led by QB Justin Thomas. The administration recently hired alum Todd Stansbury to lead their athletics department, and I’m expecting him to want to start anew and hire his own head coach. I’m not entirely sure who would be on his shortlist, but he could look to alum and his former teammate Ken Whisenhunt, or possibly an experienced head coach such as Charlie Strong.

Brian Kelly, Notre Dame:  Retained

On Saturday, AD Jack Swarbrick went to bat for his head coach, saying that Kelly won’t be coaching for his job this year. I believe he’s telling the truth, and that Kelly will return as Notre Dame’s head coach in 2017, likely on the hot seat. With that said, I’m expecting Kelly to make some changes to his staff, starting with a new defensive coordinator, perhaps Mike Elko from Wake Forest or Dave Aranda from LSU.

Kliff Kingsbury, Texas Tech:  Retained

This has not been the best season for Kliff Kingsbury at Tech. His team’s offense has been prolific, but his team’s defense has been atrocious, and I can’t see any scenario where DC David Gibbs returns next season. Kliff might very well be pointed for the blame, and rightfully so, but I’m guessing he’ll get one more year to right the ship, similar to dynamic between Dana Holgorsen and West Virginia this past offseason.

Sean Kugler, UTEP:  Fired

Although Kugler lead UTEP to the New Mexico bowl in 2014, he hasn’t been nearly as successful since, as the Miners are currently 2-5 on the year. Given how hard it is to win in El Paso, it’s possible that Kugler returns next year. But I’m expecting AD Bob Stull to part ways with Kugler and bring in a spread-type guy to run the team next year. Stull could look to Oregon QB/PGC David Yost, Montana HC Bob Stitt, and Texas Tech OC Eric Morris to replace Kugler.

Lance Leipold, Buffalo:  Retained

Although Leipold’s tenure at Buffalo has been very uninspiring– the Bulls are currently 1-6 on the year– I’m expecting him to be brought back as head coach next year, mostly because he’s still adjusting to the FBS level from his last job at Wisconsin-Whitewater, where he won a plethora of Division-3 national championships. With that said, I’m expecting him to start the 2017 season firmly on the hot seat, and changes in the program will definitely need to be made this offseason.

Chuck Martin, Miami (OH):  Fired

I’d make an argument that Martin’s tenure in Miami was doomed from the start; regardless, AD David Sayler needs to pull the plug and make a change in the program. The RedHawks are 2-6 on the year, and have four difficult games to end the season. As a result, I’m expecting Miami to lose out and fire Martin at the season’s end. I’m not sure where their coaching search would start, but it might not be the worst idea to see if alum Aaron Kromer would be interested in the top job. His coaching stock is at an all-time low given his battery charge and resultant suspension, and his nightmarish relationship with Jay Cutler when he ran the Bears’ offense.

Doug Martin, NMSU:  Fired

I expected Martin to be fired after last season, but similar to Kent State, New Mexico State’s administration gave Martin one more year to turn things around. To no surprise, the Aggies are 2-5, and are somewhat likely to lose every game from here on out. I’m not sure who AD Mario Moccia would target to replace Martin; he could reunite with Dale Lennon, who he hired nine years back to run Southern Illinois’s football team. He could also look to Frank Spaziani, the former Boston College head coach who returned to coaching this year as NMSU’s defensive coordinator. Other coaches with ties to the NMSU program include Gregg Brandon, Colorado School of Mines’ head coach, and Mike Locksley, currently an offensive analyst at Alabama.

Trent Miles, Georgia State:  Retained

Although Miles has seen limited success over the past two years at Georgia State, I’m expecting administration to retain him for at least the next two seasons. Miles inherited a very difficult job at Georgia State, and his credentials greatly exceed those of just about anyone who might replace him. With that said, expect some changes to be made on Miles’s staff.

Jim Mora, UCLA:  Retained

Mora has greatly underwhelmed this year at UCLA, as the Bruins currently stand at 3-5 despite having one of the best quarterbacks in college football. With that said, I’m expecting Mora to have a very long leash, as he’s been very successful in Westwood notwithstanding this current season.

Charlie Partridge, Florida Atlantic:  Fired

Normally, I would make an argument that Partridge deserves one more year to turn things around at FAU. But the Owls are winless in FBS play, and are generally uncompetitive in just about every game they’ve played. AD Patrick Chun could look to an up-and-coming assistant coach such as Eddie Gran, Luke Fickell, or James Coley; or he could see if his close friend Jim Tressel has any interest in the job.

Paul Petrino, Idaho:  Fired

Idaho is currently in the transition of moving from the FBS to the FCS, which is why I have serious doubts that Paul Petrino wants to be head coach beyond this season. Given the team’s lack of on-field success in recent years, AD Rob Spear might look to part ways with him after this season and bring in someone new to lead the program as they switch conferences. They could turn to Chris Tormey, formerly Wyoming’s head coach, for the head coaching gig, as he was a finalist for the job last time around.

Mark Stoops, Kentucky:  Retained

Although Stoops’s Wildcats started the year off poorly, they’ve rebounded in recent weeks, winning four of the last five games on their schedule. As such, I’m expecting Stoops to return as head coach next season, on the hot seat unless he can pull out a win against Georgia, Tennessee, and/or Louisville to end the season.

Charlie Strong, Texas:  Fired

Strong is basically a dead man walking in Austin. He’s been very unsuccessful since he took over for Mack Brown in 2013, and has never been able to gain the strong support of Longhorn boosters. His defense has been atrocious, resulting him in taking the defensive coordinator responsibilities away from Vance Bedford; even more embarrassingly, the defense hasn’t gotten much better since Strong took over play-calling. Like many others, I’m expecting AD Mike Perrin to solely target Tom Herman for the job, as he holds ties to Texas as a former G.A., and he’s done very well at Houston in past two years.

Mark Whipple, Massachusetts:  Retained

I’m not really sure what the expectations are up in Amherst. To much surprise, they declined to become a full-time member of the Mid-American Conference a year ago in favor of remaining independent, and have since gotten slammed on-field due to a strikingly difficult schedule. My guess is Whipple remains head coach while they figure out the program’s future direction, regardless of how the Minutemen play on-field for the rest of the season.


Not on the Hot Seat

Blake Anderson, Arkansas State

Dave Doeren, N.C. State

Clay Helton, USC

Brad Lambert, Charlotte

Gus Malzahn, Auburn

Derek Mason, Vanderbilt

Chad Morris, SMU

Dan Mullen, Mississippi State

Rich Rodriguez, Arizona

Hot Seat to Enter 2016 Season

1. Darrell Hazell, Purdue

Hazell should’ve been canned after last season, but was retained because they wouldn’t have attracted quality candidates because of the other similar job openings. I’ll be surprised if he isn’t fired midseason. Logical candidates to replace Hazell would include: Brock Spack (Illinois State H.C.), Jeff Brohm (Western Kentucky H.C.), and Bo Pelini (former Nebraska H.C.).

2. Doug Martin, New Mexico State

Martin is another one of these listed candidates who probably should’ve been canned after last season. New Mexico State is terrible on both sides of the ball, and yet he was retained because the school wouldn’t be able to attain a good coach. I’m not expecting next season to be any better. Logical candidates to replace Martin include: Gregg Brandon (Colo. School of Mines H.C.), Kerry Locklin (NMSU DL Coach), and Chip Lindsey (Arizona State O.C.).

3. Paul Petrino, Idaho

I’m very surprised that Petrino didn’t optionally leave Idaho for an FBS coordinator job after the news broke that Idaho would move back down to the FCS. Yet, this will likely be Petrino’s last year coaching the Vandals. Logical candidates to replace Petrino include: Bob Stitt, (Montana H.C.), Brian Lindgren (Colorado O.C.), and Mike Breske (Idaho D.C.).

4. Dana Holgorsen, West Virginia

Holgorsen’s seat has been quite warm for the past few years because of mediocre play and questionable character. Shane Lyons is a relatively new athletics director, and there’s a fair chance that he’ll want to reshape the football program after next season. Logical candidates to replace Holgorsen include: Rich Rodriguez (Arizona H.C.), Jeremy Pruitt (Alabama D.C.), and Doug Nussmeier (Florida O.C.).

5. Steve Addazio, Boston College

Even though Addazio started off his tenure at Boston College with some success, things have been trending downward rather quickly. If he has another winless season against conference competition, I’d be surprised if he comes back for 2017. Logical candidates to replace Addazio include: Don Brown (Michigan D.C.), Al Golden (Lions TE Coach), and Nathaniel Hackett (Jaguars QB Coach).

6. Paul Haynes, Kent State

Haynes has completely flopped as Kent State’s head coach, turning around a once-promising program into a sloppy one. If things don’t change fast, I’d expect him to be canned, perhaps in the middle of the season. Logical candidates to replace Haynes include: Darrell Hazell (Purdue H.C.), Jon Heacock (Iowa State D.C.), and Joe Moorhead (Penn State O.C.).

7. Mike MacIntyre, Colorado

Things haven’t been pretty so far during MacIntyre’s tenure in Boulder. Yet, there is some promise that he can get things turned around. Recruiting classes have began to pick up, and he’s doing a decent job of developing high school recruits into formidable college football players. However, if things don’t pick up quickly, he’s likely gone. Logical candidates to replace MacIntyre include: Vance Joseph (Dolphins D.C.), Bob Stitt (Montana H.C.), and Dave Aranda (Louisiana State D.C.).

8. Charlie Strong, Texas

Charlie Strong’s seat has been warm since the day he took the job. Two seasons in and things haven’t progressed much. Similar to MacIntyre, he’s done a decent job of recruiting and developing players, but he’s likely gone if things don’t turn around quickly, especially given the impatience of Texas boosters. Logical candidates to replace Strong include: Tom Herman (Houston H.C.), Bryan Harsin (Boise State H.C.), and Jon Gruden (ESPN Analyst).

9. Les Miles, Louisiana State

Towards the end of last year, there was a public brawl between long-time coach Les Miles and AD Joe Alleva. I’d expect one to be gone sooner or later. The two likely scenarios for LSU are that Miles is either forced out or that he remains with a new athletics director. Logical candidates to replace Miles include: Jimbo Fisher (Florida State H.C.), Rich Rodriguez (Arizona H.C.), and Ed Orgeron (LSU DL Coach).

10. Run Turner, Florida International

Turner was a questionable hire at FIU from day one, and things predictably haven’t gone so well. Yet he also walked into a tough situation because Mario Cristobal’s firing was the most controversial and surprising coaching change I’ve seen in years. But if FIU doesn’t make a bowl game this year, Turner is likely gone. Logical candidates to replace Turner include: Scott Satterfield (Appalachian State H.C.), Geoff Collins (Florida D.C.), and Todd Orlando (Houston D.C.).

11. Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech

Things have taken a turn for the worse in Atlanta, and as a result Paul Johnson’s seat has become very warm. There’s a lot of pressure for change from boosters, and the new A.D. might want to bring in his own guy to run the program. Candidates to replace Johnson include: Ken Niumatalolo (Navy H.C.), John Baxter (USC TE Coach), and Ken Whisenhunt (Chargers O.C.).

12. Kevin Sumlin, Texas A&M

Texas A&M has been scandal-ridden lately, whether it be an assistant tweeting at his recruits or their two quarterbacks transferring out of the program. He likely makes it past this year, but nothing is guaranteed with the high expectations from A&M boosters and fans. Logical candidates to replace Sumlin include: Tom Herman (Houston H.C.), Chad Morris (SMU H.C.), and Larry Fedora (North Carolina H.C.)



  1. Mark Stoops, Kentucky
  2. Tim DeRuyter, Fresno State
  3. Derek Mason, Vanderbilt
  4. James Franklin, Penn State
  5. Mike Riley, Nebraska
  6. Chris Creighton, Eastern Michigan
  7. Gus Malzahn, Auburn
  8. Ron Caragher, San Jose State

Honorable Mention:

  • Craig Bohl, Wyoming
  • Clay Helton, Southern Cal
  • Chuck Martin, Miami (OH)
  • Jeff Monkey, Army
  • Charlie Partridge, Florida Intl.

ESPN 100 Recruiting Predictions as of June 15, 2016

1. Trey Smith, OT (Jackson, TN) Ole Miss

2. Isaiah Wilson, OT (Brooklyn, NY) Alabama

5. Robert Beal, DE (Norcross, GA) Georgia

6. Dylan Moses, ATH (Bradenton, FL) LSU

7. Marvin Wilson, DT (Houston, TX) LSU

8. Jeffrey Okudah, S (Grand Prairie, TX) Ohio State

10. Deangelo Gibbs, CB (Loganville, GA) Georgia

12. D. Peoples-Jones, WR (Detroit, MI) Ohio State

15. Joseph Lewis, WR (Los Angeles, CA) USC

20. Phidarian Mathis, DT (Monroe, LA) LSU

22. Kary Vincent, CB (Port Arthur, TX) TCU

23. Tee Higgins, WR (Oak Ridge, TN) Clemson

24. JaCoby Stevens, ATH (Murfreesboro, TN) Georgia

25. Cam Akers, RB (Clinton, MS) Ole Miss

26. Jerry Jeudy, WR (Deerfield Beach, FL) Alabama

27. Foster Sarell, OT (Graham, WA) Stanford

29. James Robinson IV, WR (Lakeland, FL) Florida

30. D.J. Johnson, DE (Sacramento, CA) Ole Miss

31. Baron Browning, OLB (Kennedale, TX) Texas

32. Chase Young, DE (Hyattsville, MD) Maryland

34. Stanford Samuels, CB (Pembroke, FL) Florida State

35. Wyatt Davis, OT (Bellflower, CA) Alabama

36. LaBryan Ray, DT (Madison, AL) Alabama

37. Jamyest Williams, CB (Loganville, GA) Georgia

38. Andrew Thomas, OT (Atlanta, GA) Georgia

39. Darnay Holmes, CB (Calabasas, CA) Nebraska

43. Tedarrell Slaton, OT (Plantation, FL) Michigan

45. Thomas Graham, CB (R. Cucamonga, CA) UCLA

49. Kellen Mond, QB (Bradenton, FL) Auburn

50. Alijah Vera-Tucker, OT (Oakland, CA) USC

51. Trevon Grimes, WR (Fort Lauderdale, FL) Ohio State

52. Greg Rogers, DT (Las Vegas, NV) USC

53. Tony Gray, OT (Loganville, GA) Georgia

54. K’Lavon Chaisson, DE (Houston, TX) Oklahoma

55. Austin Jackson, OT (Phoenix, AZ) USC

57. Grant Delpit, S (Bradenton, FL) LSU

58. Anthony McFarland, RB (Hyattsville, MD) Maryland

61. Aubrey Solomon, DT (Leesburg, GA) Alabama

62. Khalan Laborn, RB (Virginia Beach, VA) Florida State

64. D’Andre Swift, RB (Philadelphia, PA) Georgia

65. Anthony Hines III, LB (Plano, TX) Oklahoma

66. Akial Byers, DT (Fayetteville, AR) Alabama

69. Chevin Calloway, CB (Dallas, TX) Oklahoma

70. Justin Foster, OLB (Shelby, NC) Tennessee

73. Malik Herring, DE (Forsyth, GA) Georgia

74. Daniel Wright, S (Fort Lauderdale, FL) Florida State

77. Tyjon Lindsey, WR (Corona, CA) Ohio State

78. C.J. Avery, S (Grenada, MS) Ole Miss

80. Robert Hainsey, OG (Bradenton, FL) Penn State

84. Austin Troxell, OT (Madison, AL) Alabama

86. Jay Tufele, DT (South Jordan, UT) USC

87. Todd Harris, S (Plaquemine, LA) LSU

89. Cesar Ruiz, C (Bradenton, FL) Michigan

90. Markaviest Bryant, DE (Cordell, GA) Georgia

92. Jeremiah Holloman, WR (Covington, GA) Georgia

93. Markquese Bell, WR (Bridgeton, NJ) Michigan

96. Nathan Proctor, OLB (Indian Head, MD) Maryland

100. Jedrick Wills, OG (Lexington, KY) Kentucky

“The One and Only” MLB Mock Draft 2k16– tune in tonight at 6pm C.T. to watch live

1. Philadelphia Phillies A.J. Puk, LHP (Florida)

2. Cincinnati Reds Nick Senzel, 3B (Tennessee)

3. Atlanta Braves Jason Groome, LHP (Barnegat H.S.)

4. Colorado Rockies Riley Pint, RHP (St. Thomas Aquinas H.S.)

5. Milwaukee Brewers Corey Ray, OF (Louisville)

6. Oakland Athletics Mickey Moniak, OF (Costa Canyon H.S.)

7. Miami Marlins Braxton Garrett, LHP (Florence H.S.)

8. San Diego Padres Matt Manning, RHP (Sheldon H.S.)

9. Detroit Tigers Kyle Lewis, OF (Mercer)

10. Chicago White Sox Dakota Hudson, RHP (Mississippi State)

11. Seattle Mariners Justin Dunn, RHP (Boston College)

12. Boston Red Sox Zack Collins, C (Miami)

13. Tampa Bay Rays Delvin Perez, SS (International Baseball Academy)

14. Cleveland Indians Blake Rutherford, OF (Chaminade College Prep)

15. Minnesota Twins Forrest Whitley, RHP (Alamo Heights H.S.)

16. Los Angeles Angels Alex Kirilloff, OF (Plum H.S.)

17. Houston Astros Zack Burdi, RHP (Louisville)

18. New York Yankees Ian Anderson, RHP (Shenendehowa H.S.)

19. New York Mets Will Craig, 3B (Wake Forest)

20. Los Angeles Dodgers Jordan Sheffield, RHP (Vanderbilt)

21. Toronto Blue Jays Cody Sedlock, RHP (Illinois)

22. Pittsburgh Pirates Nolan Jones, SS (Holy Ghost Prep)

23. St. Louis Cardinals Josh Lowe, 3B (Pope H.S.)

24. San Diego Padres Cal Quantrill, RHP (Stanford)

25. San Diego Padres Will Benson, OF (Westminster School)

26. Chicago White Sox Gavin Lux, SS (Indian Trail Academy)

27. Baltimore Orioles Buddy Reed, OF (Florida)

28. Washington Nationals Drew Mendoza, SS (Lake Minneola H.S.)

29. Washington Nationals Dane Dunning, RHP (Florida)

30. Texas Rangers Taylor Trammell, Mount Paran Christian H.S.)

31. New York Mets Eric Lauer, LHP (Kent State)

32. Los Angeles Dodgers Bryan Reynolds, OF (Vanderbilt)

33. St. Louis Cardinals Matt Thaiss, C (Virginia)

34. St. Louis Cardinals Kevin Gowdy, RHP (Santa Barbara H.S.)

NFL Mock Draft

  1. Los Angeles Rams Jared Goff, QB (California)
  2. Philadelphia Eagles Carson Wentz, QB (N. Dakota State)
  3. San Diego Chargers Jalen Ramsey, S (Florida State)
  4. Dallas Cowboys Joey Bosa, DE (Ohio State)
  5. Jacksonville Jaguars Myles Jack, LB (UCLA)
  6. Baltimore Ravens Laremy Tunsil, OT (Ole Miss)
  7. San Francisco 49ers DeForest Buckner, DE (Oregon)
  8. Cleveland Browns Ezekiel Elliott, RB (Ohio State)
  9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ronnie Stanley, OT (Notre Dame)
  10. New York Giants Leonard Floyd, OLB (Georgia)
  11. Chicago Bears Shaq Lawson, DE (Clemson)
  12. New Orleans Saints Sheldon Rankins, DT (Louisville)
  13. Miami Dolphins Vernon Hargreaves, CB (Florida)
  14. Oakland Raiders Reggie Ragland, LB (Alabama)
  15. Tennessee Titans Jack Conklin, OT (Michigan State)
  16. Detroit Lions Jarran Reed, DT (Alabama)
  17. Atlanta Falcons Darron Lee, OLB (Ohio State)
  18. Indianapolis Colts William Jackson III, CB (Houston)
  19. Buffalo Bills Paxton Lynch, QB (Memphis)
  20. New York Jets Taylor Decker, OT (Ohio State)
  21. Washington Redskins A’Shawn Robinson, DT (Alabama)
  22. Houston Texans Will Fuller, WR (Notre Dame)
  23. Minnesota Vikings Laquon Treadwell, WR (Ole Miss)
  24. Cincinnati Bengals Corey Coleman, WR (Baylor)
  25. Pittsburgh Steelers Eli Apple, CB (Ohio State)
  26. Seattle Seahawks Jason Spriggs, OT (Indiana)
  27. Green Bay Packers Andrew Billings, DT (Baylor)
  28. Kansas City Chiefs Josh Doctson, WR (Texas Christian)
  29. Arizona Cardinals Ryan Kelly, C (Alabama)
  30. Carolina Panthers Kevin Dodd, DE (Clemson)
  31. Denver Broncos Vernon Butler, DT (Louisiana Tech)
  1. Cleveland Browns Vonn Bell, S (Ohio State)
  2. Tennessee Titans Michael Thomas, WR (Ohio State)
  3. San Diego Chargers Chris Jones, DT (Mississippi State)
  4. Dallas Cowboys Derrick Henry, RB (Alabama)
  5. Baltimore Ravens Kendall Fuller, CB (Virginia Tech)
  6. San Francisco 49ers Connor Cook, QB (Michigan State)
  7. Jacksonville Jaguars Joshua Garnett, OG (Stanford)
  8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Emmanuel Ogbah, DE (Oklahoma State)
  9. New York Giants Karl Joseph, S (West Virginia)
  10. Chicago Bears Hunter Henry, TE (Arkansas)
  11. Miami Dolphins Germain Ifedi, OT (Texas A&M)
  12. Tennessee Titans Kenny Clark, DT (UCLA)
  13. Oakland Raiders Mackensie Alexander, CB (Clemson)
  14. Tennessee Titans Artie Burns, CB (Miami)
  15. Detroit Lions Shon Coleman, OT (Auburn)
  16. New Orleans Saints Kamalei Correa, OLB (Boise State)
  17. Indianapolis Colts Noah Spence, OLB (Western Kentucky)
  18. Buffalo Bills Robert Nkemdiche, DT (Ole Miss)
  19. Atlanta Falcons Keanu Neal, S (Florida)
  20. New York Jets Christian Westerman, OG (Arizona State)
  21. Houston Texans Nick Vannett, TE (Ohio State)
  22. Washington Redskins Sterling Shepard, WR (Oklahoma)
  23. Minnesota Vikings Su’a Cravens, S (Southern Cal)
  24. Cincinnati Bengals Jonathan Bullard, DE (Florida)
  25. Seattle Seahawks Bronson Kaufusi, DE (Brigham Young)
  26. Green Bay Packers Jaylon Smith, OLB (Notre Dame)
  27. Pittsburgh Steelers Austin Johnson, DT (Penn State)
  28. Kansas City Chiefs Xavien Howard, CB (Baylor)
  29. New England Patriots Kenneth Dixon, RB (Louisiana Tech)
  30. New England Patriots Tyler Boyd, WR (Pittsburgh)
  31. Carolina Panthers Cody Whitehair, OG (Kansas State)
  32. Denver Broncos Christian Hackenberg, QB (Penn State)
  1. Tennessee Titans Jerell Adams, TE (South Carolina)
  2. Cleveland Browns Deion Jones, OLB (Louisiana State)
  3. San Diego Chargers Le’Raven Clark, OT (Texas Tech)
  4. Dallas Cowboys Dak Prescott, QB (Mississippi State)
  5. San Francisco 49ers Braxton Miller, WR (Ohio State)
  6. Jacksonville Jaguars Shilique Calhoun, DE (Michigan State)
  7. Baltimore Ravens Sheldon Day, DT (Notre Dame)
  8. New York Giants Jerald Hawkins, OT (Louisiana State)
  9. Chicago Bears Cyrus Jones, CB (Alabama)
  10. Miami Dolphins Devontae Booker, RB (Utah)
  11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Will Redmond, CB (Mississippi State)
  12. Oakland Raiders C.J. Prosise, RB (Notre Dame)
  13. Tennessee Titans Jordan Jenkins, OLB (Georgia)
  14. Cleveland Browns Cardale Jones, QB (Arizona State)
  15. New Orleans Saints Keivarae Russell, CB (Notre Dame)
  16. Philadelphia Eagles Chris Moore, WR (Cincinnati)
  17. Buffalo Bills Pharoh Cooper, WR (South Carolina)
  18. Atlanta Falcons Austin Hooper, TE (Stanford)
  19. Indianapolis Colts Nick Martin, C (Notre Dame)
  20. New York Jets Kyler Fackrell, OLB (Utah State)
  21. Washington Redskins Darian Thompson, S (Boise State)
  22. Houston Texans Jihad Ward, DE (Illinois)
  23. Minnesota Vikings Vadal Alexander, OG (Louisiana State)
  24. Cincinnati Bengals Javon Hargrave, DT (S. Carolina State)
  25. Green Bay Packers Nick Kwiatkoski, LB (West Virginia)
  26. Pittsburgh Steelers Jeremy Cash, S (Duke)
  27. Seattle Seahawks Paul Perkins, RB (UCLA)
  28. New England Patriots Adam Gotsis, DE (Georgia Tech)
  29. Arizona Cardinals T.J. Green, S (Clemson)
  30. Carolina Panthers Harlan Miller, CB (SE Louisiana)
  31. Denver Broncos Jordan Payton, WR (UCLA)
  32. Detroit Lions Justin Simmons, S (Boston College)
  33. New England Patriots Sean Davis, CB (Maryland)
  34. Seattle Seahawks Joshua Perry, LB (Ohio State)
  35. Denver Broncos Alex Lewis, OT (Nebraska)

Top Remaining Prospects:

Leonte Carroo, WR (Rutgers)

Joe Haeg, OT (N.D. State)

Carl Nassib, DE (Penn State)

Hassan Ridgeway, DT (Texas)

B.J. Goodson, LB (Clemson)

Rashard Robinson, CB (LSU)

Miles Killebrew, S (Southern Utah)

NFL Coaching Hires

NFL Prediction Radar:


Miami Dolphins- Adam Gase, Chicago Bears Offensive Coordinator

New York Giants- Ben McAdoo, Offensive Coordinator

Philadelphia Eagles- Doug Pederson, Kansas City Chiefs Offensive Coordinator

Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Dirk Koetter, Offensive Coordinator

Tennessee Titans- Mike Mularkey, Offensive Coordinator


Cleveland Browns- Doug Marrone, Jacksonville Jaguars Offensive Assistant

-> Hired Hue Jackson, Cincinnati Bengals Offensive Coordinator

San Francisco 49ers- Mike Shanahan, former Washington Redskins Head Coach

-> Hired Chip Kelly, former Philadelphia Eagles Head Coach

National Signing Day Uncommitted Predictions

(#1) Rashan Gary, DT (Paramus, NJ)

Prediction: Michigan. He’s down to Clemson, his childhood favorite team and Michigan, where his former high school coach Chris Partridge just became special teams coordinator. This will be closer than most think, but I’m leaning Michigan.

(#9) Derrick Brown, DT (Sugar Hill, GA)

Prediction: Georgia. He’s essentially down to Auburn, Georgia, Tennessee, and could potentially shock people by choosing Alabama. This has emerged into a bulldog fight between Georgia and Auburn for the country’s top prospect. While Auburn made strides on his official visit, I’d expect him to pick Georgia when push comes to shove.

(#10) Ben Davis, LB (Gordon, AL)

Prediction: Alabama. This has turned into a two-team battle between in-state rivals Alabama and Auburn. I’m going with the former because of his family ties to the school, and they’re widely regarded as the team to beat for his services.

(#11) Mique Juarez, LB (Torrance, CA)

Prediction: UCLA. Since de-committing from USC, the team to beat has been the cross-town Bruins. However, SEC leaders Ole Miss and Alabama have tightened the gap with strong official visits. Another dark horse could be BYU because of religious ties. This one will be close, I’d expect his choice to come down to UCLA and Ole Miss, and I’m putting my money behind Jim Mora & Co. to close the deal with this five-star.

(#13) Mecole Hardman Jr., ATH (Elberton, GA)

Prediction: Georgia. The in-state Bulldogs are the team to beat for this five-star prospect, who is also considering Tennessee and Ohio State.

(#14) Demetris Robertson, ATH (Savannah, GA)

Prediction: Stanford. Robertson recently announced that he isn’t signing tomorrow, which is a strong indicator that he’s going to wait out and see if he’s admitted to Stanford. Assuming he is, he’ll head there. If for some reason he isn’t, I’d expect him to pick Notre Dame over Georgia.

(#15) Mack Wilson, LB (Montgomery, AL)

Prediction: Alabama. The in-state Crimson Tide are far and away the favorites for this five-star prospect. He’s likely to pick them over Georgia and Auburn tomorrow.

(#18) Caleb Kelly, LB (Fresno, CA)

Prediction: Oklahoma. The Sooners have been the team to beat for Kelly for quite some time now, but Notre Dame and especially Oregon have closed the gap over the past month. However, I’d expect him to play his ball in Norman next fall.

(#20) Jeffery Simmons, DE (Macon, MS)

Prediction: Ole Miss. This has been a three-team fight between Ole Miss, Mississippi State, and Alabama for the five-star prospect. I’m leaning towards Ole Miss because they had the last official visit, but this could really go any way.

(#23) Kristian Fulton, CB (Metairie, LA)

Prediction: Louisiana State. It’s hard picking against the Tigers for any in-state prospect, especially when their main competition isn’t Alabama. I’m expecting Fulton to sign with LSU tomorrow over Florida.

(#25) Jack Jones, ATH (Long Beach, CA)

Prediction: Southern Cal. USC has been the favorites for this four-star since Clay Helton took over as head coach. Their main competition down the line has been Alabama and Texas A&M, but it’ll be shocking if he ends up anywhere besides L.A. tomorrow.

(#30) Nate Craig-Myers, WR (Tampa, FL)

Prediction: Auburn. Craig-Myers told the press recently that a conversation with Coach Fedora has made this a 50-50 battle between Auburn and UNC. However, I’ll be mildly surprised if he doesn’t choose to re-commit and sign with Auburn tomorrow.

(#35) Tyrie Cleveland, WR (Houston, TX)

Prediction: Texas Christian(+). The current Houston commit is widely expected to flip tomorrow on signing day. He’s taken officials to Florida, Arkansas, and TCU over the past month. This is really a toss-up, but I’m leaning towards TCU as the favorites for his signature tomorrow.

(#37) A.J. Brown, WR (Starkville, MS)

Prediction: Mississippi State. The two in-state rivals Ole Miss and Mississippi States have emerged as the favorites for this four-star prospect, and I’m leaning towards the latter to land his signature because it’s the hometown team.

(#41) Brandon Jones, S (Nacogdoches, TX)

Prediction: Texas. Two days ago, Jones narrowed his search down to the in-state Baylor, Texas, and Texas A&M as his three finalists. This one’s close. A&M was the longtime favorite until Texas gained some momentum on his official visit there. However, Baylor’s reportedly closed the gap on his last official there. He could land at any of the three schools, but I’m betting on Texas landing the four-star safety and making a few other splashes tomorrow.

(#45) Landon Dickerson, OT (Hudson, NC)

Prediction: Florida State. Dickerson has kept his search very close to the vest, but Florida State has been the perceived favorites for quite some time now. I’d be surprised if he decided anywhere tomorrow.

(#48) Devin Asiasi, TE (Concord, CA)

Prediction: UCLA. This is another dogfight between several teams. UCLA and Michigan has emerged as the leaders over USC, Alabama, and Washington, but all five are really in contention. I’m picking UCLA as the slight leader, as they gained some momentum when Coach Tui left USC for the cross-town rivals in Westwood.

(#50) Deontay Anderson, S (Manvel, TX)

Prediction: Ole Miss. Anderson has narrowed his search down to LSU, Texas, and Ole Miss. However, Ole Miss has long been perceived as the favorite for this Texas safety. I’m expecting him to sign with the Rebels tomorrow.

(#51) Patrick Hudson, OG (Silsbee, TX)

Prediction: Texas(+). Hudson is a soft Baylor commit, but he’s strongly been considering Texas over the past few weeks. I’m expecting him to flip to the Longhorns on signing day after several visits to the campus and in-house visits with the coaching staff.

(#55) Trayvon Mullen, CB (Coconut Creek, FL)

Prediction: Louisiana State. The Tigers have really done a phenomenal job recruiting this Florida cornerback, and I’m expecting them to land him over Florida State tomorrow.

(#58) Jeffrey McCulloch, LB (Houston, TX)

Prediction: Texas. Although McCulloch seemed to greatly enjoy his visit to Texas A&M, it would be very surprising if he didn’t pick Texas tomorrow.

(#59) Brian Burns, DE (Plantation, FL)

Prediction: Florida State. This has been a tug-of-war between Florida and Florida State. He could land with either, but I’m betting on the latter. Jimbo and his staff have gained tons of momentum over the past two weeks.

(#63) Shyheim Carter, CB (Kentwood, LA)

Prediction: Alabama. He’s taken officials to Ole Miss, Miami, and Alabama over the past three weekends. With that said, the Tide are the certain favorites for the Louisiana product. It would be surprising if he doesn’t sign there tomorrow.

(#65) Nigel Warrior, S (Suwanee, GA)

Prediction: Tennessee. This is a very close fight between Georgia and Tennessee for the talented safety. I’m going with the Vols for this one, as there are family connections to the school and he’s very familiar with the campus.

(#66) Shavar Manuel, DT (Tampa, FL)

Prediction: Florida State(+). The Florida verbal has admitted that the Noles have pushed hard recently, and he’s heavily suggested he’ll flip tomorrow on signing day. I’m going with Jimbo & Co. on this one.

(#79) Terrell Hall, DE (Washington D.C.)

Prediction: Alabama. Hall tweeted that his final four finalists are Alabama, Maryland, Florida State, and Ole Miss. I’m going with Alabama on this one, as he’s strong fit for thei defensive scheme. The main wildcard in his recruitment is Maryland (if he wants to stay near home), but they’ve lost tons of momentum with the de-commitment of Dwayne Haskins and Keandre Jones.

(#85) Boss Tagaloa, DT (Concord, CA)

Prediction: UCLA. The usual suspects are in for this Concord-based defensive tackle. UCLA. Michigan. USC. Washington. The Bruins should win this battle, they’ve been the team to beat for some time now.

(#89) Michail Carter, DT (Jackson, GA)

Prediction: Georgia. The Bulldogs really have everything he wants. They’re SEC and the in-state team. He’s likely to pick them over Alabama, Auburn, Georgia Tech, and Clemson tomorrow on signing day.

(#91) E.J. Price, OT (Lawrenceville, GA)

Prediction: Georgia. It’ll be very surprising if Price doesn’t re-commit and sign with the Bulldogs tomorrow on signing day.



Daniel’s Top Hundred (2016)

  1. Daniel’s Top Hundred
  1. Rashan Gary, DT (Paramus, NJ) Michigan**
  2. Greg Little, OT (Allen, TX) Ole Miss
  3. Shea Patterson, QB (Bradenton, FL) Ole Miss
  4. Dexter Lawrence, DT (Wake Forest, NC) Clemson
  5. Nick Bosa, DE (Fort Lauderdale, FL) Ohio State
  6. Jacob Eason, QB (Lake Stevens, WA) Georgia
  7. Levonta Taylor, CB (Virginia Beach, VA) Florida State
  8. Derrick Brown, DT (Sugar Hill, GA) Georgia**
  9. Ed Oliver, DT (Houston, TX) Houston
  10. Mique Juarez, LB (Torrance, CA) UCLA**
  11. Oluwole Betiku, DE (Gardena, CA) Southern Cal
  12. Isaac Nauta, TE (Bradenton, FL) Georgia
  13. Mack Wilson, LB (Montgomery, AL) Alabama**
  14. Ben Davis, LB (Gordon, AL) Alabama**
  15. Mecole Hardman, ATH (Elberton, GA) Alabama**
  16. Caleb Kelly, LB (Fresno, CA) Oklahoma**
  17. Demetris Robertson, ATH (Savannah, GA)Georgia**
  18. Rashard Lawrence, DT (Monroe, LAf) Louisiana State
  19. Brandon Jones, S (Nacogdoches, TX) Texas**
  20. Jonah Williams, OT (Folsom, CA) Alabama
  21. Saivion Smith, CB (Bradenton, FL) Louisiana State
  22. Edwin Alexander, DT (Hammond, LA) Louisiana State
  23. Tavien Feaster, RB (Spartanburg, SC) Clemson
  24. Kristian Fulton, CB (Metairie, LA) Louisiana State**
  25. Jack Jones, ATH (Long Beach, CA) Southern Cal**
  26. Marlon Davidson, DE (Greenville, AL) Auburn
  27. Kareem Walker, RB (Wayne, NJ) Michigan
  28. Kaden Smith, TE (Flower Mound, TX) Stanford
  29. Eric Monroe, S (Houston, TX) Louisiana State
  30. Jonathon Cooper, DE (Gahanna, OH) Ohio State
  31. Nate Craig-Myers, WR (Tampa, FL) Florida State**
  32. Patrick Hudson, OG (Silsbee, TX) Baylor
  33. McTelvin Agim, DE (Hope, AR) Arkansas
  34. Tyler Vaughns, WR (La Puente, CA) Southern Cal
  35. Trayvon Mullen, CB (Coconut Creek, FL) Louisiana State**
  36. Devin Duvernay, WR (Sachse, TX) Baylor
  37. Devin Asiasi, TE (Concord, CA) Southern Cal**
  38. K.J. Costello, QB (Coto de Caza, CA) Stanford
  39. Miles Sanders, RB (Pittsburgh, PA) Penn State
  40. Rahshaun Smith, LB (Bradenton, FL) Clemson
  41. Deontay Anderson, S (Manvel, TX) Ole Miss**
  42. Shavar Manuel, DT (Tampa, FL) Florida
  43. Shane Simmons, DE (Hyattsville, MD) Penn State
  44. N’Keal Henry, WR (Chandler, AZ) Arizona State
  45. Shyheim Carter, CB (Kentwood, LA) Alabama**
  46. Ben Bredeson, OT (Hartland, WI) Michigan
  47. Julian Rochester, DT (Powder Springs, GA) Georgia
  48. Michal Menet, OG (Reading, PA) Penn State
  49. Benito Jones, DT (Waynesboro, MS) Ole Miss
  50. Jeffery Simmons, DE (Macon, MS) Alabama**
  51. Feleipe’ Franks, QB (Crawfordville, FL) Florida
  52. Nigel Knott, CB (Madison, MS) Alabama**
  53. Baveon Johnson, C (Lakeland, FL) Florida State
  54. Antonneous Clayton, DE (Vienna, GA) Florida
  55. Malik Henry, QB (Long Beach, CA) Florida State
  56. Justin Madubuike, DE (McKinney, TX) Texas A&M
  57. DeMario McCall, RB (North Ridgeville, OH) Ohio State
  58. Terrance Davis, OG (Hyattsville, MD) Maryland
  59. Kyle Davis, WR (Lawrenceville, GA) Auburn
  60. Willie Allen, OT (New Orleans, LA) Louisiana State
  61. Janarius Robinson, DE (Panama City, FL) Florida State
  62. Brian Burns, DE (Fort Lauderdale, FL) Florida**
  63. Drake Davis, WR (Bradenton, FL) Louisiana State
  64. Chauncey Gardner, CB (Cocoa, FL) Florida
  65. Curtis Robinson, LB (Santa Ana, CA) Stanford
  66. Nigel Warrior, S (Suwanee, GA) Alabama**
  67. B.J. Emmons, RB (Morganton, NC) Alabama
  68. Erick Fowler, LB (Manor, TX) Louisiana State
  69. Landon Dickerson, OT (Hudson, NC) Florida State**
  70. Kendell Jones, DT (Killeen, TX) Alabama
  71. Michael Divinity, LB (Marrero, LA) Louisiana State
  72. Antwuan Jackson, DT (Ellenwood, GA) Auburn
  73. Tre Lamar, LB (Roswell, GA) Clemson
  74. E.J. Price, OT (Lawrenceville, GA) Georgia**
  75. Jarrett Guarantano, QB (Oradell, NJ) Tennessee
  76. Landon Young, OG (Lexington, KY) Kentucky
  77. Tren’Davian Dickson, WR (Navasota, TX) Baylor
  78. Daelin Hayes, LB (Ann Arbor, MI) Notre Dame
  79. A.J. Brown, WR (Starkville, MS) Mississippi State**
  80. Ben Cleveland, OG (Toccoa, GA) Georgia
  81. Stephen Sullivan, WR (Donaldsonville, LA) Louisiana State
  82. Tommy Kraemer, OT (Cincinnati, OH) Notre Dame
  83. John Raridon, OG (West Des Moines, IA) Nebraska
  84. Jeffrey McCulloch, LB (Houston, TX) Texas**
  85. Dwayne Haskins, QB (Potomac, MD) Ohio State
  86. Terrell Hall, DE (Washington, D.C.) Alabama**
  87. Byron Murphy, ATH (Scottsdale, AZ) Arizona State**
  88. Keandre Jones, LB (Olney, MD) Ohio State
  89. Michael Pittman, WR (Westlake, CA) Southern Cal
  90. Liam Eichenberg, OT (Cleveland, OH) Notre Dame
  91. Theo Howard, WR (Westlake, CA) UCLA
  92. Devin White, ATH (Springhill, LA) Louisiana State
  93. Sam Bruce, WR (Fort Lauderdale, FL) Miami (FL)
  94. David Long, CB (Los Angeles, CA) Michigan**
  95. Brandon Peters, QB (Avon, IN) Michigan
  96. Raekwon Davis, DT (Meridian, MS) Mississippi State
  97. Tyrie Cleveland, WR (Houston, TX) Houston
  98. Devwah Whaley, RB (Beaumont, TX) Arkansas
  99. Javon McKinley, WR (Corona, CA) Notre Dame
  100. Auston Robertson, DE (Fort Wayne, IN) Michigan State