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NFL Draft 2017 - First Round Selections

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NFL Draft 2017 - First Round Selections
Day Two Selection Order with Trade Updates

First Round Draft Selections
# / Team / Player / Pos / School

1 Cleveland - Myles Garrett DE Texas A&M
2 Chicago (San Fran) - Mitchell Trubisky QB North Carolina
3 San Francisco (Chicago) - Solomon Thomas DE Stanford
4 Jacksonville - Leonard Fournette RB LSU
5 Tennessee (LA Rams) - Corey Davis WR Western Michigan
6 NY Jets - Jamal Adams S LSU
7 LA Chargers - Mike Williams WR Clemson
8 Carolina - Christian McCaffrey RB Stanford
9 Cincinnati - John Ross WR Washington
10 Kansas City (Buffalo) - Patrick Mahomes QB Texas Tech
11 New Orleans - Marshon Lattimore CB Ohio St
12 Houston (Phil thru Cleve) - Deshaun Watson QB Clemson
13 Arizona - Haason Reddick LB Temple
14 Philadelphia (Minnesota) - Derek Barnett DE Tennessee
15 Indianapolis - Malik Hooker S Ohio St

Photo - DE Solomon Thomas - Stanford

16 Baltimore - Marlon Humphrey CB Alabama
17 Washington - Jonathan Allen DE Alabama
18 Tennessee - Adoree Jackson CB Southern Cal
19 Tampa Bay - OJ Howard TE Alabama
20 Denver - Garett Bolles OT Utah
21 Detroit - Jarrad Davis LB Florida
22 Miami - Charles Harris DE Missouri
23 NY Giants - Evan Engram TE Mississippi
24 Oakland - Gareon Conley CB Ohio St
25 Cleveland (Houston) - Jabrill Peppers S Michigan
26 Atlanta (Seattle) - Takkarist McKinley DE/OLB UCLA
27 Buffalo (Kansas City) - Tre'Davious White CB LSU
28 Dallas- Taco Charlton DE Michigan
29 Cleveland (Green Bay) - David Njoku TE Miami
30 Pittsburgh - TJ Watt OLB Wisconsin
31 San Francisco (Atlanta thru Seattle) - Reuben Foster ILB Alabama
32 New Orleans (New England) - Ryan Ramczyk OT Wisconsin

Second Round
33 Green Bay (Cleveland)
34 Seattle (San Francisco)
35 Jacksonville
36 Chicago
37 LA Rams
38 LA Chargers
39 NY Jets
40 Carolina
41 Cincinnati
42 New Orleans
43 Philadelphia
44 Buffalo
45 Arizona
46 Indianapolis
47 Baltimore
48 Minnesota
49 Washington
50 Tampa Bay
51 Denver
52 Cleveland (Tennessee)
53 Detroit
54 Miami
55 NY Giants
56 Oakland
57 Houston
58 Seattle
59 Kansas City
60 Dallas
61 Green Bay
62 Pittsburgh
63 Atlanta
64 Carolina (New England)

Third Round
65 Cleveland
66 San Francisco
67 San Francisco (Chicago)
68 Jacksonville
69 LA Rams
70 NY Jets
71 LA Chargers
72 New England (Carolina)
73 Cincinnati
74 Baltimore (Philadelphia)
75 Buffalo
76 New Orleans
77 Arizona
78 Baltimore
79 Minnesota
80 Indianapolis
81 Washington
82 Denver
83 Tennessee
84 Tampa Bay
85 Detroit
86 Minnesota (Miami)
87 NY Giants
88 Oakland
89 Houston
90 Seattle
91 Kansas City
92 Dallas
93 Green Bay
94 Pittsburgh
95 Seattle (Atlanta)
96 New England
97(comp) Miami
98 (comp) Carolina
99 (comp) Philadelphia (Baltimore)
100 comp)Tennessee (LA Rams)
101 (comp)Denver
102 (comp) Seattle
103 (comp) New Orleans (Cleveland thru New Eng)
104 (comp) Kansas City
105 (comp) Pittsburgh
106 (comp) Seattle
107 (comp) NY Jets

Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long-time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites

NFL Draft 2017 - Final Top 100 Pro Prospects

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Top 100 Pro Prospects for the NFL Draft 2017
Frank Coyle - April - Final Edition - * Underclassmen
Pro Prospect / Position / Size/Height / School

1. * Myles Garrett - DE 6-5, 265 Texas A&M
2. * Leonard Fournette - RB 6-1, 230 LSU
3. * Malik Hooker - S 6-1, 200 Ohio St
4. * Solomon Thomas - DE 6-2, 275 Stanford
5. * Jamal Adams - S 6-0, 210 LSU
6. * Marshon Lattimore - CB 6-0, 195 Ohio St
7. O.J. Howard - TE 6-6, 250 Alabama
8. Jonathan Allen - DE 6-3, 290 Alabama
9. * Derek Barnett - DE 6-3, 265 Tennessee
10. Taco Charlton - DE 6-5, 285 Michigan

Photo - DE Myles Garrett - Texas A&M

11. * Marlon Humphrey - CB 6-1, 200 Alabama
12. * Christian McCaffrey - RB 6-0, 205 Stanford
13. Haasan Reddick - LB 6-1, 235 Temple
14. * Mike Williams - WR 6-2, 205 Clemson
15. Forrest Lamp - OL 6-4, 310 Western Kentucky
16. * Mitchell Trubisky - QB 6-3, 225 North Carolina
17. * David Njoku - TE 6-4, 240 Miami (Fl.)
18. * Patrick Mahomes - QB 6-2, 225 Texas Tech
19. * Dalvin Cook - RB 5-11, 205 Florida St
20. Corey Davis - WR 6-2, 215 Western Michigan
21. Takkarist McKinley - DE 6-2, 255 UCLA
22 * Ryan Ramcyzk - OT 6-5, 310 Wisconsin
23. * Zach Cunningham - LB 6-3, 230 Vanderbilt
24. * Garett Bolles - OT 6-5, 300 Utah
25. * TJ Watt - LB 6-4, 235 Wisconsin
26. * Budda Baker - S 5-10, 195 Washington
27. * Charles Harris - DE 6-3, 255 Missouri
28. Jarrad Davis - LB 6-1, 230 Florida
29. * John Ross - WR 5-11, 190 Washington
30. * Carl Lawson - DE 6-2, 255 Auburn
31. Reuben Foster - LB 6-0, 240 Alabama
32. * Jabrill Peppers - S 6-0, 210 Michigan
33. Tre’Davious White - CB 5-11, 195 LSU
34. Obi Melifonwu - S 6-4, 225 UConn
35. Kevin King - CB 6-2, 190 Washington
36. Evan Engram - TE 6-3, 230 Mississippi
37. * DeShone Kizer - QB 6-4, 230 Notre Dame
38. Chidobe Awuzie - CB 5-11, 205 Colorado
39. Jordan Willis - DE 6-3, 260 Kansas St
40. * Cam Robinson - OT 6-6, 320 Alabama
41. * Malik McDowell - DT 6-5, 290 Michigan St
42. Taylor Moton - OT 6-5, 315 Western Michigan
43. * Adoree Jackson - CB 5-11, 185 Southern California
44. * Alvin Kamara - RB 5-10, 210 Tennessee
45. * Deshaun Watson - QB 6-2, 210 Clemson
46. * Josh Jones - S 6-2, 215 N.C. St.
47. * Quincy Wilson - CB 6-1, 210 Florida
48. Chris Wormley - DT 6-5, 305 Michigan
49. Dan Feeney - OG 6-4, 310 Indiana
50. Demarcus Walker - DE 6-3, 275 Florida St
51. * Curtis Samuel - WR 5-9, 200 Ohio St
52. * Teez Tabor - CB 6-0, 200 Florida
53. * Marcus Williams - S 6-0, 195 Utah
54. Fabian Moreau - CB 6-0, 205 UCLA
55. Tarell Basham - DE/LB 6-3, 260 Ohio
56. Ethan Pocic - C 6-5, 310 LSU
57. * Sidney Jones - CB 6-0, 180 Washington
58. Dion Dawkins - OL 6-4, 320 Temple
59. Zay Jones - WR 6-0, 200 East Carolina
60. Desmond King - CB 5-10, 200 Iowa
61. Davis Webb - QB 6-4, 230 California
62. Carlos Watkins - DT 6-2, 300 Clemson
63. Tim Williams - DE 6-3, 255 Alabama
64. * Adam Shaheen - TE 6-6, 270 Ashland
65. * JuJu Smith-Schuster - WR 6-2, 215 Southern California
66. Larry Ogunjobi - DT 6-2, 295 Charlotte
67. Antonio Garcia - OT 6-6,300 Troy
68. * Raekwon McMillan - LB 6-2, 240 Ohio St
69. Tyus Bowser - LB 6-2, 240 Houston
70. Cordrea Tankersley - CB 6-0, 195 Clemson
71. * Malachi Dupre - WR 6-2, 190 LSU
72. Gerald Everett - TE 6-3, 235 South Alabama
73. * Chris Godwin - WR 6-1, 210 Penn St
74. * Eddie Vanderdoes - DT 6-3, 310 UCLA
75. * Alex Anzalone - LB 6-2, 240 Florida
76. Dorian Johnson - OG 6-5, 300 Pittsburgh
77. Cooper Kupp - WR 6-2, 195 Eastern Washington
78. * Elijah Qualls - DT 6-1, 320 Washington
79. * ArDarius Stewart - WR 6-1, 210 Alabama
80. Ryan Anderson - LB 6-2, 255 Alabama
81. Joe Mixon - RB 5-11, 220 Oklahoma
82. * Gareon Conley - CB 6-0, 190 Ohio St
83. Jordan Leggett - TE 6-5, 255 Clemson
84. Pat Elflein - C/G 6-2, 300 Ohio St
85. * Bucky Hodges - TE 6-6, 245 Virginia Tech
86 * Brad Kaaya - QB 6-4, 210 Miami
87. * D’Onta Foreman - RB 5-11, 230 Texas
88. Marcus Maye - S 6-0, 210 Florida
89. * Jeremy McNichols - RB 5-10, 210 Boise St
90. Will Holden - OT 6-7, 310 Vanderbilt
91. * Marlon Mack - RB 5-11, 205 South Florida
92. Amara Darboh - WR 6-2, 215 Michigan
93. Montravius Adams - DT 6-2, 310 Auburn
94. Jake Butt - TE 6-5, 250 Michigan
95. * Isaiah Ford - WR 6-2, 190 Virginia Tech
96. Cameron Sutton - CB 5-11, 190 Tennessee
97. * Chad Hansen - WR 6-0, 200 California
98. Ahkello Witherspoon - CB 6-3, 200 Colorado
99. Dalvin Tomlinson - DT 6-2, 310 Alabama
100. * Noah Brown - WR 6-2, 220 Ohio St

NFL Draft 2017 – Offensive Rankings WR, TE & OL - Frank Coyle

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NFL Draft 2017 –
Final Offensive Rankings
WR, TE & Offensive Line
by Pro Scout Frank Coyle

Top Prospects
Wide Receivers

1. Corey Davis - Western Michigan
2. * Mike Williams - Clemson
3. John Ross - Washington
4. * Curtis Samuel - Ohio St
5. Isaiah ‘Zay’ Jones - East Carolina
6. * Chris Godwin - Penn St
7. * Malachi Dupre - LSU
8. Cooper Kupp - Eastern Washington
9. * Juju Smith-Schuster - Southern Cal
10. * ArDarius Stewart - Alabama
11. Dede Westbrook - Oklahoma
12. * Isaiah Ford - Virginia Tech
13. * Chad Hansen - California
14. Amara Darboh - Michigan
15. * Noah Brown - Ohio St

Photo - OT Taylor Moton - Western Michigan

Tight Ends
1. OJ Howard - Alabama
2. * David Njoku - Miami
3. Evan Engram - Mississippi
4. * Adam Shaheen - Ashland (Oh)
5. Gerald Everett - South Alabama
6. Jake Butt - Michigan
7. Jordan Leggett - Clemson
8. * Bucky Hodges - Virginia Tech
9. George Kittle - Iowa
10. Jonnu Smith - Florida International
11. Michael Roberts - Toledo
12. Jeremy Sprinkle - Arkansas
13. Eric Saubert - Drake (Ia)
14. Cole Hikutini - Louisville
15. Cethan Carter - Nebraska

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NFL Draft 2017 – Offensive Rankings QB & RB - Frank Coyle

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NFL Draft 2017 – Offensive Rankings QB & RB -
by Pro Scout Frank Coyle

Top Prospects
Quarterbacks

1. * Mitchell Trubisky - North Carolina
2. * Patrick Mahomes - Texas Tech
3. * DeShone Kizer - Notre Dame
4. * Deshaun Watson - Clemson
5. Davis Webb - California
6. * Brad Kaaya - Miami
7. Chad Kelly - Mississippi
8. Nathan Peterman - Pittsburgh
9. Joshua Dobbs - Tennessee
10. Gunner Kiel – Cincinnati

Photo - QB Mitchell Trubisky - North Carolina

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Running Backs
1. * Leonard Fournette - LSU
2. * Dalvin Cook - Florida St
3. * Christian McCaffrey - Stanford
4. * Alvin Kamara - Tennessee
5. * D’Onta Foreman - Texas
6. * Jeremy McNichols - Boise St.
7. * Marlon Mack - South Florida
8. * Wayne Gallman - Clemson
9. Kareem Hunt - Toledo
10. * Brian Hill - Wyoming
11. * Joe Mixon - Oklahoma
12. * Samaje Perine - Oklahoma
13. Matthew Dayes - North Carolina St
14. * James Conner - Pittsburgh
15. Corey Clement – Wisconsin

Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long-time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites

Top 50 Pro Prospects for the NFL Draft 2017 - Updated

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Top 50 Pro Prospects for the NFL Draft 2017
* Underclassmen
Updated April 6, 2017 - Rankings

Pro Prospect / Pos / Ht /Wt / School
1. * Myles Garrett DE 6-5, 265 Texas A&M
2. * Leonard Fournette RB 6-1, 230 LSU
3. * Malik Hooker S 6-1, 200 Ohio State
4. * Jamal Adams S 6-0, 210 LSU
5. * Solomon Thomas DE 6-2, 275 Stanford
6. * Marshon Lattimore CB 6-0, 195 Ohio State
7. O.J. Howard TE 6-6, 250 Alabama
8. Jonathan Allen DE 6-3, 290 Alabama
9. * Derek Barnett DE 6-3, 265 Tennessee
10. Taco Charlton DE 6-5, 285 Michigan

Photo - Safety Jamal Adams - LSU

11. * David Njoku TE 6-4, 240 Miami (Fl.)
12. * Marlon Humphrey CB 6-1, 200 Alabama
13. * Dalvin Cook RB 5-11, 205 Florida State
14. * Jabrill Peppers S 6-0, 210 Michigan
15. * Mike Williams WR 6-2, 205 Clemson
16. Corey Davis WR 6-2, 215 Western Michigan
17. * Mitch Trubisky QB 6-3, 225 North Carolina
18. Reuben Foster LB 6-0, 240 Alabama
19. Takkarist McKinley DE 6-2, 255 UCLA
20. Haasan Reddick LB 6-1, 235 Temple

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21. * Christian McCaffrey RB 6-0, 205 Stanford
22. * Zach Cunningham LB 6-3, 230 Vanderbilt
23. * Ryan Ramcyzk OT 6-5, 310 Wisconsin
24. * Cam Robinson OT 6-6, 320 Alabama
25. * Gareon Conley CB 6-0, 190 Ohio State
26. * Garett Bolles OT 6-5, 300 Utah
27. * Budda Baker S 5-10, 195 Washington
28. * TJ Watt LB 6-4, 235 Wisconsin
29. Forrest Lamp OL 6-4, 310 Western Kentucky
30. Evan Engram TE 6-3, 230 Mississippi
31. * Quincy Wilson CB 6-1, 210 Florida
32. * Charles Harris DE 6-3, 255 Missouri
33. Tre’Davious White CB 5-11, 195 LSU
34. * John Ross WR 5-11, 190 Washington
35. Obi Melifonwu S 6-4, 225 UConn
36. * Deshaun Watson QB 6-2, 210 Clemson
37. * Malik McDowell DT 6-5, 285 Michigan State
38. * DeShone Kizer QB 6-4, 230 Notre Dame
39. * Carl Lawson DE 6-2, 255 Auburn
40. * Patrick Mahomes QB 6-2, 225 Texas Tech
41. * Adoree Jackson CB 5-11, 185 Southern California
42. * Caleb Brantley DT 6-2, 300 Florida
43. * Teez Tabor CB 6-0, 200 Florida
44. * Alvin Kamara RB 5-10, 210 Tennessee
45. Dan Feeney OG 6-4, 310 Indiana
46. Demarcus Walker DE 6-2, 275 Florida State
47. * Curtis Samuel WR 5-9, 200 Ohio State
48. Carlos Watkins DT 6-2, 300 Clemson
49. * Marcus Williams S 6-0, 195 Utah
50. Chris Wormley DT 6-5, 305 Michigan

NFL Draft 2017 - Pro Day - Ohio St

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NFL Draft 2017 - Pro Day - Ohio St

9 NFL Head Coaches Attend Ohio State Pro Day
13 Buckeyes, many high-round projections, take part in drills

Ohio State’s Pro Day has become a must-see event each March. The football program has developed 26 NFL Draft picks the past four years, including 12 last year, and seven first-round selections since 2013, thus making the Woody Hayes Athletic Center the place to be in March for NFL GMs, coaches and scouts, for family members of those seeking the opportunity to play on Sunday, and the media.

Photo - LB Raekwon McMillan

Thursday afternoon was no different. Under the direction of assistant athletic director for football sports performance Mickey Marotti, 13 players off the 2016 team took part in some combination of interviews, testing and competitive drills for more than 120 representatives encompassing all 32 NFL teams.

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Among the NFL personnel on hand: head coaches Bill Belichick (Patriots), Todd Bowles (Jets), Jim Caldwell (Lions), John Harbaugh (Ravens), Hue Jackson (Browns), Marvin Lewis (Bengals), Mike Mularkey (Titans), Sean Payton (Saints) and Mike Tomlin (Steelers) and at least seven general managers.

Also on site: 79 credentialed members of the media, including two crews from the NFL Network (one is producing the online documentary featuring unanimous All-American and Rimington Trophy winner Pat Elflein) and one from Uninterrupted, which is taping a draft diaries documentary on cornerback Marshon Lattimore.

Similar to last year when 22 Buckeyes took part in Pro Day, this year’s competitors included a broad selection of positions represented, including three receivers (Curtis Samuel, Corey Smith and Dontre Wilson), two cornerbacks (Gareon Conley and Marshon Lattimore) and two linebackers (Raekwon McMillan and Craig Fada).

Unanimous All-American safety Malik Hooker met with team reps but did not take part in drills.

2017 Pro Day Buckeye Bios

WR Noah Brown (6-2, 218) – Spent three seasons at Ohio State and had two seasons of eligibility remaining … after playing in all 15 games as a true freshman in 2014, he red-shirted 2015 after breaking a bone in his leg during fall camp … started all 13 games for the Buckeyes in 2016 and ranked second on the team with 32 receptions and 402 receiving yards … named honorable mention all-Big Ten Conference … shared team lead with seven receiving touchdowns, including school-record tying four in the win at Oklahoma … 33 career receptions for 411 yards (12.5 avg.) and seven touchdowns.

SAF Jarrod Barnes (6-0, 200) – Walked-on to the Ohio State team in June of 2015 after graduating in three years from the University of Louisville with a degree in health and human performance … he played in five games during the past two seasons for the Buckeyes but he impacted the program and established himself as a team leader through his deeds off the field … Barnes graduated in August 2016 with his master’s degree in kinesiology and he immediately started work on his Ph.D. in sports management … he is believed to be the first active Ohio State football player ever to be working on a Ph.D. while still competing … Barnes is a two-time OSU Scholar-Athlete and an Academic All-Big Ten Conference honoree … he is currently working with Dr. David Graham, Assistant Provost/Associate Athletics Director for Student-Athlete Success, on developing a course for student-athletes who leave school early ... Barnes was a member of the Louisville Cardinals’ team from 2012 through 2014, playing in 21 games in the 2013 (11 games) and 2014 (10 games) seasons.

CB Gareon Conley (6-0, 195) – Conley was named second-team all-Big Ten by league’s coaches in 2016 … played in 42 games for the Buckeyes and started 27 games at cornerback … team captain who ranked second on squad in 2016 with four interceptions and had six for his career … also had eight pass break-ups in 2016 and 15 for his career … named honorable mention all-Big Ten as a sophomore in 2015 … totaled 91 career tackles and had one season of eligibility remaining.

K Tyler Durbin (6-3, 210) – Was one of the top kickers in college football in 2016 and as such was a semifinalist for the Lou Groza award … he was named third team All-Big Ten by the coaches and the media ... led the Big Ten in scoring and kick scoring ... career-high three FGs in the road win at Wisconsin, including a game-tying 31-yarder with under 4 mins left to help send the game to overtime ... hit two more FGs from 33 and 30 yards at Penn State, two in the win over No. 10 Nebraska and two more in the road win at Maryland ... connected on all 11 extra point attempts in the win over Bowling Green, a school record ... named special teams player of the game by the team ... 2016 Academic All-District 5 and Academic All-Big Ten Conference … this was only his second season of competitive football ... played soccer for two seasons at James Madison University after a stellar high school and club soccer career.

C Pat Elflein (6-3, 300) – Elflein was a unanimous first-team All-American in 2016 and won the Rimington Trophy as the nation’s outstanding center … made the move to center as a fifth-year senior … played in 55 games and was a three-year starter and finished with 42 starts, including 41 consecutive starts to close his career … named all-Big Ten Conference three consecutive years – twice at guard and once at center – and was Big Ten’s Rimington-Pace offensive lineman of the year in 2016 … led offensive line to a finalist position for the Joe Moore offensive line of the year award … graduated in May 2016 with his degree in communications.

LB Craig Fada (6-1, 225) – Spent five seasons with the Ohio State program and played in 51 games, including all 15 games during the 2014 national championship season and all 13 games in 2016 … averaged 15 special teams plays per game in 2015 and 17 in 2016 … one of the team leaders with 10 special teams tackles in 2016 and 21 for his career … excellent work on the practice and playing fields coupled with dependable and responsible actions off earned him a scholarship for the 2016 summer and fall terms ... he and Joe Burger each earned four Varsity O letters in football after initially walking on to the team, something that certainly hasn’t been done at Ohio State in football very often, if at all.

SAF Malik Hooker (6-2, 205) – Hooker, like Elflein, was a unanimous first-team All-American in 2016 after having a terrific season in his one-year as a starter … a third-year performer with sophomore eligibility this season, Hooker was a standout from game No. 1 when he recorded two interceptions in his first start … he ranked third nationally in interceptions with seven, interceptions yards with 181, and he was first among all players with three interception return touchdowns, including a critical 16-yarder in the win over Michigan … he ranked third on the team with 74 tackles … red-shirted the 2014 season as a true freshman and played in 12 games in 2015.

NFL Draft 2017 - Pro Day Schedule

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NFL Draft 2017
Pro Day Schedule
Extensive Pro Prospect Updates in Draft Insiders’ Yearbook early April

March 7 Purdue, Georgia State, Northern Colorado

March 8 Alabama, Oklahoma, Colorado, Colorado State, Kentucky, Temple, Marshall, Eastern Kentucky, Central Oklahoma

March 9 Oklahoma State, , Idaho, Wyoming, New Mexico, UTEPDelaware, Delaware State, Jacksonville State, Penn, Samford

March 10 Auburn, New Mexico State, Northern Illinois, Tulsa, Army, Alabama State, Tuskegee

March 11 Washington

DE Carl Lawson - Auburn

March 13 Minnesota, Kansas, Wake Forest, Tennessee Tech, Furman, North Alabama, Valdosta State, Albany State, Charleston Southern, Wofford, Princeton, Brown, Laval

Frank Coyle and staff will attend many Pro Days thru April

March 14 Kansas State, Nebraska, South Carolina, Boston College, Northwestern, Newberry, West Georgia, South Carolina State, Youngstown State, Liberty, Richmond

March 15 Georgia, Arkansas, Virginia Tech, Wisconsin, Western Michigan, Buffalo, Charlotte, James Madison, Mercer, Arkansas-Pine Bluff, New Hampshire, California-Davis, Sacramento State

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March 16 Clemson, Oregon, Penn State, Illinois, Arizona State, Virginia, Vanderbilt, Pittsburg State, William&Mary
March 17 Oregon State, Georgia Tech, Middle Tennessee, Old Dominion, Arkansas State, Bucknell, Kennesaw State, Tennessee State, Northern Arizona
March 20 Syracuse, North Carolina State, Toledo, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Hawaii, North Carolina Central, Merrimack, Azusa State
March 21 UCLA, North Carolina, Troy, Louisiana-Monroe, Louisiana Tech, South Florida, North Carolina A&T, Tusculum
March 22 Southern California, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Pittsburgh, Duke, UConn, Fresno State, Central Florida, Cincinnati, UMass, Weber State, Northwestern State, Missouri State, Ashland, Duquesne, Elizabeth City State
March 23 Ohio State, Notre Dame, Stanford, Missouri, Utah, San Diego State, East Carolina, Eastern Michigan, Bethune-Cookman, Eastern Washington, Jackson State, Lamar, San Diego, Slippery Rock, Tennessee-Martin
March 24 Michigan, Arizona, California, BYU, Memphis, Akron, Kent State, Utah State, Missouri Western
March 27 Houston, Rice, Villanova, Appalachian State, Cal Poly, Monmouth, Morgan State
March 28 Florida, Florida State, Texas, Iowa State, Miami (O), Florida A&M, Texas State, Stony Brook
March 29 Texas A&M, Miami, Maryland, Navy, Southern Methodist, Ohio, Florida International, Indiana State, North Dakota State, Illinois State, South Dakota, South Dakota State, Southern Utah, Stephen F Austin, Bowie State
March 30 Boise State, Louisville, Florida Atlantic, Ball State, Georgia Southern , Chattanooga, Western Illinois, Sam Houston State, Prairie View A&M, California (PA), Citadel, Dartmouth, Yale
March 31 Tennessee, West Virginia, Indiana, Western Kentucky, Jacksonville
April 3 Mississippi
April 4 Southern Mississippi, South Alabama
April 5 LSU, Baylor, Southern, Gardner-Webb
April 6 Louisiana-Lafayette, Texas A&M-Commerce
April 7 TCU, Tulane, Portland State

Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with coaches, scouts and player agents. He is a long-time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year-round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

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