2021 Draft Eligible Prospects: Big Sky Conference/FCS West Underclassmen

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In the final article of our 2021 Western Region Draft Prospects we take a look at all draft eligible prospects specifically from the Big Sky Conference, San Diego (Pioneer Conference), and Dixie State (Independent). I will note starters going into 2020 and players to watch so we can find out who to keep an eye on in the 2020 college football season. I will designate expected starters with (*).

Weber State:

Kalisi Moli – DL

Sione Lapuaho -DL

Justin Malone – TE *

Keoni Larsen – FB

Creston Cooledge – OL *

Hyrum Tapusoa – OL *

Breckin Gunter – LB
Aaron Sessions – S

Mckade Mitton – DL *

George Tarlas – DL

Mackenzie Morgan – P

Spencer Niutupuivaha – S

Hayden Cowden – K/P

Daniel Wright Jr. – RB

Josh Davis – RB *

Ty Macpherson – WR

Raoul Johnson – DL *

Desmond Williams – S

Noah Vaea – LB *

Kaden Jenks – QB *

Brody Burke – S *

Devon Cooley – WR *

Marque Collins – CB *

Eddie Heckard CB *

Teryn Berry QB

Fred Dangtuw CB

Kylan Weisser QB

Kamden Garrett CB

Maxwell Anderson CB *

Ja’Kobe Harris RB

Kris Jackson RB

Naseme Colvin LB

Kalvin Stewart LB

Andrew Dean DL

Jordan Lutui DL

Winston Reid LB

Peni Mobley LB

Fusi Teisina DL

Tevita Tauteoli OL

Riley Erickson P

Josh Carter LS *

Chinonso Opara OL

George Barrera OL

Trevor Szilagyi OL

Noah Atagi OL *

Haze Hadley WR

Okiki Olorunfunmi

John Abercrombie WR

Dallin Jamison TE

Jon Christensen WR

Jordan Strate DE

Hayden Meacham TE

Doug Schiess DL

Players to Watch:

Josh Davis: In 28 career games, Davis has 3,266 all purpose yards on 513 career touches. A north-south runner, Davis has solid vision, breakaway speed, and is not afraid to get physical if need be. He won the Jerry Rice Award as the top FCS freshman in 2018.

Devon Cooley: Like Davis, Cooley has been a solid contributor to Weber State over the last two years. In 2019 he led the team with 59 receptions for 733 yards and 5 TDs. He could develop into a solid slot option in the NFL.

 

Southern Utah University:

Frank Harris III WR

AJ Stanley S *

La’akea Kaho’ohanohano-Davis S

Zach Hymas QB

Braxton Jones OL *

Lukas Elmore LS

Somtochukwu Achebo LB

Quaid Murray LB *

Jordan Walker LB

Greg Rogers DL

Bishop Jones DL *

Wynton Lamar DL

Oscar Burgueno DL

Mario Williams CB

Jalen Russell CB *

Alonzo (L.J.) Davis CB

David Atencio WR

Thomas Duckett RB

Lance Lawson RB *

Austin Ewing QB *

Jose Rodriguez OL

Aaron Romero DL *

Kotoni Sekona DL

Drake Knowles DL

Collin Parrish DL

Francis Bemiy DL *

Roderick Ward CB

Tanner McLachlan TE

Tyson Herrera S

Justin Miller QB

Tyler Skidmore QB

Leonidas Jacobsen OL

Mitchell Halverson OL

Artese Gregory OL *

Clayton Jensen LB

Aubrey Nellems LB

Jayden Clark LB

Christy Nkanu DL

Napa Nu’usa DL

Tyler Trotter DE

Carlton Johnson CB *

Players to Watch:

Bishop Jones: Coming off his redshirt season in 2018, Jones had a solid 2019 campaign from the Defensive Line. Last year he had 30 total tackles, 3 sacks, 2 blocked kicks, and led the team with 8 TFLs. Look for the edge rusher to have a solid Junior season in 2020.

Carlton Johnson: 2019 was Johnson’s redshirt freshman season, and he had such a good season that he was named to Athlon Sports Freshman All American Team as well as he was named to the third team All-Big Sky. He had 32 total tackles, and led the team in both pass breakups(4) and Interceptions (3).

 

California State University, Sacramento:

Jarrell Anderson TE

Armon Bailey LB

Isaiah Capoocia DB

Sam Clark P *

Dustin Cognetti LS

Josh Cooper DL

Dewey Cotton WR

Valerio Cuomo RB

Jake Dunniway QB

Tali Finefeuiaki LB

Garren Harris II OL

Don Long OL

Jayden Machado QB

Marte Mapu DB *

Kainalu Martin DB

Tao McClinton TE *

Tristan Meyer QB

Ariel Ngata DL *

Abel Ordaz DB/ST *

Dylan Petti DL

Taylor Powell LB

Dominic Sanders DB

Kyle Sentkowski K

Troy Stiefel OL *

Kyle Swinford OL

Brandon Weldon OL *

Pierre Williams WR *

Joshua Lee DL

Marcus Aponte DB

Jeremy Harris LB

Marshaun Hunter DL

Parker Kernek OL

Joshua Lee DL

Coy Pickett LS

Davion Ross DB

Jett Stanley DL

Jordan Stanley OL

Jacob Torrez WR

Tykee Woods DB

Players to Watch:

Pierre Williams: Williams was the Hornets top receiver last year as he had 931 yards on 54 receptions. He also added to the stat line with 7 touchdowns. He is only one of two players in school history to have over 500 yards receiving in both their freshman and sophomore seasons. He was also named to the First Team All-Big Sky last season. If he has a 1,000-yard season he could be a late round pick in the Draft.

Troy Stiefel: The Blind side blocker for the Hornets is Troy Stiefel. The 6’5 285lbs Left Tackle started all 13 games last season and has been contributing since his 2018 Redshirt Freshman season. He is one to keep an eye on as a potential late round pick in the draft.

Brandon Weldon: On the other end of the Offensive Line you have Brandon Weldon who is the starting Right Tackle. Like Stiefel he started all 13 games last year and was part of an offensive line group that ranked 10th in the FCS in pressures allowed per sack. He is a bit shorter than Stiefel (6’3, 285lbs), but he has contributed to the team in more games than Stiefel. He should also be viewed as a potential late round talent.

 

Portland State:

Davis Koetter WR *

Beau Kelly WR *

Anthony Adams S *

Nathan West QB

Bishop Mitchell RB

Monquel Glasow LB

Moses Finau LB

Robert Holt S/LB *

Jake Porter DE   *

Boogie Davis DT

Cody Williams K *

Brady Brick OL   *

Tyson Pauling OL

Alex Rockwell OL

Mataio Talalemotu WR

George McCorley WR

AJ Ruffin TE

Malik Thirdgill TE

Ward Bonnin P

VJ Malo DT

Deion Malone WR/KR *

Anthony Rodriguez TE

Tevita Tuitavake LB

Holden Williams DT

Jalen Chatman QB

Jerad Toman WR

Shiloh Ta’ase OL

John Schulte TE

Jayson Pace DE

Players to Watch:

Anthony Adams: Adams finished the 2019 season with 7 different awards, 6 first team all americans and was in the race for the Buck Buchanan award as the best defensive player in the FCS. Last year he had 56 total tackles, 2 TFLs, 5 INTs, and 1 blocked kick. With another great season he could potentially be a day 2 pick in the 2021 draft.

Davis Koetter: Koetter is one of the top targets on the Vikings heading into 2020. In his two years at Portland State he has had 42 receptions for 747 yards and 10 TDs. The former QuarterBack has great size and could potentially be used as a Taysom Hill type at the next level.

 

University of Northern Colorado:

Ben Raybon K/P

Dontay Warren WR/DB

Conner Martin QB

Tyree McNeil CB *

Jace Bobo LB *

Xavier Laing LB

Jamond DuBose S/ST

Jullen Ison RB

Trey Adams S

Aaron Harris DB *

Trey Jones CB

Dante Jackson WR

Brooks Talkington EDGE *

Robert Moss DT *

Jeremy Saddler OL

Grant Stephens OL *

Kevin Williams Jr. OL *

Garrett Betty FB *

Darren DeLaCroix TE *

Khristian Lee DE

Jean Desir DT

Keion Cross WR

Jaren Mitchell WR *

Players to Watch:

Grant Stephens: Stephens went into last season as the starting right bookend on the Offensive Line, and will do the same going into 2020 as he started all 12 games last season. At 6’4 295lbs, he has great size for the NFL.

Brooks Talkington: Talkington has been a solid contributor to UNC over the last two years and after a 2019 season that saw him start 11 out of the 12 games he played in, he will head into 2020 as a starter on the Defensive Line. His stats last year consisted of 33 total tackles, 5 TFLs, 1 sack, 2 QB hurries, 1 pass breakup and 1 interception which he took to the house.

Aaron Harris: Like Talkington, Harris started 11 of 12 games last season, however Harris showed his versatility as he started in a handful of different positions across the secondary. He finished the season with 54 total tackles, 2 fumble recoveries, 1 pass breakup, 1.5 TFLs, and 1 sack. His versatility could give him the edge in the draft process if it comes down to deciding between him and another DB. 

 

Northern Arizona University:

Chancellor Brewington WR

Anthony Sweeney DB *

Brandon Porter WR *

Jacinto Castillo RB

Max Michalczik TE

Dy’Vine Wallace DB

Seth Long DL

Jonas Leader OL *

Matthew Kempton TE

Dajone Averett WR

Cole Fisher RB

Traemaine Savea DL

Joe Hakizimana OL

Chris Rogers OL

Victor Arteaga OL

Jalen Hooper OL *

Riley Langton WR *

Gino Campiotti TE

Jacob Mpungi DB

Heath Beemiller QB

Morgan Vest DB

Cejai Parrish DB *

Kukea Emmsley DL

Jackson Vaught DL

Players to Watch:

Brandon Porter: Porter finished the 2019 season being named to the Second Team All-Big Sky Conference, and heads into 2020 being named to the Hero Sports Preseason All-American Third Team. Last season the wideout had 9 starts, 85 receptions, 1198 receiving yards, 10 receiving TDs, 13 rushing attempts, and 32 rushing yards. I see him as a perfect slot back for the CFL if he doesn’t get the chance to play in the NFL.

Jonas Leader: Leader is the starting Right Guard for the Lumberjacks and he helped UNA become the top passing offense in the FCS last season. At 6’5, 280lbs, he will need to add some weight to be able to compete with the big interior Defensive Lineman in the NFL.

 

Eastern Washington:

Mitchell Johnson EDGE *

Andrew Boston WR *

Debore’ae McClain DL

Gunner Talkington QB

Ira Branch DB *

Dean Sise DB

Darreon Moore DB *

Anthany Smith DB *

Anfernee Gurley DB

Keshaun King DB

Cody Clements LS *

Andrei Leonardi TE

Cale Lindsay LB

Chris Ojoh LB

Matt Shook OL *

Wyatt Musser OL *

Dylan Ingram TE *

Caleb Davis DL *

Robert Mason III WR

Tre Weed DB

Freddie Roberson WR

Simon Burkett QB

Michael Taras WR

Darrien Sampson DB

Micah Smith RB

Champ Grayson WR

Anthony Stell Jr. WR *

Demetrius Crosby Jr. DB

Justin Patterson LB

Jordan Purvis WR

Emmanuel Osuoha LB *

Joshua Jerome DL

Brad Prestegord OL

Aaron Williams  OL

Charlie Baumann OL *

Brad Godwin OL *

Aiden Nellor TE

Seth Harrison K/P

Zion Fa’aopega DL

Ely Doyle DB

Jamyn Patu RB

Players to Watch:

Wyatt Musser: Musser has played in every game for EWU’s Offensive Line since his 2018 Redshirt Freshman season. The 6’5 295lbs lineman helped pave the way for EWU’s FCS leading offense in 2019. The CFL loves EWU players, so I could see him potentially getting a chance to play pro up north if he does not get an NFL shot after he’s done at EWU.

 

Idaho:

Wyryor Noil DB

Cutrell Haywood WR *

DJ Lee WR *

Ryan Swanson DB

Roshaun Johnson RB *

Talon Davis LB

Cameron Lang LS *

Christian Blackburn LB

Darius Archie OL *

Nate DeGraw DL *

Noah Elliss DL *

Tre Walker LB *

Connor Whitney TE

Logan Kendall TE *

Logan Floyd OL  *

Matthew Faupusa OL *

Riley Straly OL

Dalton Cash TE

Michael Noil WR

Nikhil Nayar QB

Zach Borisch DB

Jaxon Woodward DB

Jed Byers WR

Aundre Carter RB

Khalil Forehand RB

Mujeeb Rufai DB

Jagger Jacobi DB

Ross Chadderdon LB

D’Andrei Pittman DB

Drew Rice FB

Hunter DeRize WR

Edward Becker LB

Luke Nemec DL

Seth Carnahan OL

Logan Prescott K

Correy Quinn DL

Players to Watch:

Cutrell Haywood: Haywood put up decent numbers as both a receiver and a return man last year which will help his case to make a pro team. In regard to his receiving stats last season he had 570 yards and 6 TDs on 60 receptions. In the return game he had 16 returns for 146 yards and was named to the Second Team All-Big Sky as a punt returner in 2019.

Tre Walker: Tre Walker is arguably the best player on the Vandals roster heading into 2020. The HERO Sports Sophomore All-America First Teamer and Second Team All-Big Sky Inside Linebacker had 138 total tackles, 9 TFLs, 1.5 sacks, 2 pass deflections and 1 fumble recovery last season. He could be a solid value pick in the draft.

 

Idaho State:

Demonte Horton WR *

Isaiah Brimmer WR

Tyler Vander Waal QB

Cam Davis DB

Hunter Eborn DL

Terrance Jones DL

Bryson Toles S

Aren Manu LB

Garrett Crane DL *

Zach Wright S

Jack Eli-Tufono OL

Darian Green LB *

Jack Genova LB

DJ Hagler LB

Todd Payne DL

Jake Wilkerson OL *

Caleb Eldred OL *

Kevin Ryan K/P  *

Sam Funkhouser LB

Alec Flanagan LB

Players to Watch:

Kevin Ryan: One of the few bright spots on the ISU squad is kicker Kevin Ryan. In 2019 he went 12 for 15 on field goals for an 80% success rate and had a long of 44 yards. He was also 26 for 28 which is good for a 93% success rate. He wasn’t the primary kickoff guy, but he had decent stats when he got the chance. In 20 kickoff attempts he had an average of 60.7 yards per kick and 10 touchbacks and 0 kicks went out of bounds.

Darian Green: Darian Green was a solid contributor on defense last season, and I am looking for him to take the next step in 2020. Last year he had 58 total tackles, 3 TFLs, and 1 sack on the season. Hopefully, he can get a full season in this year as he only played in 9 games last season.

 

Montana:

Malik Flowers WR *

Mitch Roberts WR

Matt Rensvold TE *

Bryson Deming TE

Michael McGinnis S

Robby Hauck S *

Kirk Rygol QB

Colton Keintz OT *

Skyler Martin OL *

Marcus Welnel LB *

Michael Matthews LB

Patrick O’Connell LB

Braydon Deming DE

RJ Nelson DE

Gabe Sulser WR *

Marcus Knight RB *

Cody Kanouse OG

Eli Alford DT

Colten Curry TE

Nash Fouch S

Garrett Graves S

Jackson Pepe S

David Koppang S

Jace Schneider S

Drew Turner RB

Robbie Patterson QB

Trevor Welnel OT

Sean Anderson OT

AJ Forbes OL

Gerrit Bloemendaal OG

Tyler Ganoung OG

Levi Janacaro LB

Tyler Flink LB

Lorenzo Brown DT

Alex Gubner DT *

Milton Mamula DE

TraJon Cotton CB

Players to Watch:

Robby Hauck: Hauck heads into 2020 as a HERO Sports Preseason All-America first-team and a HERO Sports Preseason All-Big Sky first-team member at the safety position. In his two years at Montana thus far he has been a major contributor on defense as he has had 224 total tackles, 7.5 TFLs, 3 sacks, 1 INT, 2 forced fumbles, and 7 pass deflections. I think he has real potential to be a day 2 pick if he adds a bit more weight.

Malik Flowers: Like Hauck, Flowers heads into 2020 as a HERO Sports Preseason All-America first-team and a HERO Sports Preseason All-Big Sky first-team member as a Kick Returner. His receiving stats are next to none over the last two years so it will be interesting to see if he develops more in the offense in 2020. On the other hand, he is one of the most dominate return men in the FCS. In 54 career returns, he has 1,486 yards and 3 TDs. His average kick return goes for 27.5 yards, which is better than getting the ball on the 25 on a touchback. With similar size and skill set, I would compare him to Cordarrelle Patterson.

 

Montana State:

Tyson Regimbal DL

Coy Steel WR *

James Campbell WR

Jeffrey Manning S

Tyrone Marshall WR

Ty Okada DB *

Matthew McKay QB

Jacob Hadley TE *

Naequan Parker WR

Willie Patterson WR

Tucker Rovig QB *

Tadan Gilman LB

Isaiah Ifanse RB *

Shane Perry RB

Quincy Kent-Schneider TE

  1. J. Fitzgerald TE/FB*

Sal Aguilar OLB

Callahan O’Reill LB *

Chad Kanow LB

Zach Redd OL *

Dylan Porter OL

Connor Wood OL *

Peyton Hanser WR

Jarrett Kessler TE

Kyle Rygg DL

Byron Rollins DL

Casey Bauman QB

Level Price Jr. CB

Jory Choate ILB

Nolan Askelson ILB

Derryk Snell TE

Seer Deines DL

Rylan Wilcox OLB

Joe McElroy OL

Cole Sain OL

Treyton Pickering TE

Mark Estes WR

Logan Kleinhans WR

Players to Watch:

Isaiah Ifanse: Ifanse is already 13th in team history in rushing yards after 2 seasons, so I assume he will be the schools all time leader if he decides to stay for two more years. In 2019 he rushed for 813 yards and 6 TDs, while also helping out in the passing game catching 4 passes for 41 yards. Could prove to be a solid late round pick who provides value in both the running and receiving game.

Tucker Rovig: Rovig took over the offense last year and started the last 12 games of the season. Including their one playoff game, he threw for 1,969 yards on 279 attempts, and had a 61.6 completion percentage. He also threw for 15 TDs and had a 135.09 QB Efficiency rating. He also showed a bit of mobility on the ground as he had 142 yards gained on 47 attempts and 2 rushing TDs. He will need to improve quiet a bit to get serious NFL consideration but the CFL loves Big Sky QBs, so there might be real potential for him up north.

 

UC Davis:

Carson Crawford WR *

Cam Trimble LB

Jaylin White DB *

Hunter Rodrigues QB

Justin Kraft WR

Evan Perkins DB

Niko Harris WR

Devon King DB *

Amir Knox DB

Jordan Perryman DB

Jon Amadi DB

Troy Spencer RB

Ulonzo Gilliam Jr. RB *

Jake Parks OL

Will George DL

Nick Amoah OL

Connor Pettek OL *

Suhas Ravi WR

Cade Peacock DL

Luka Nixon DL

Drew Schasa DL

Gunnor Faulk QB

Da’Von Frazier LB

Chris Venable DB

Justin Poerio WR

Henry Reich K/P

Algery McGuire DB

Trever Facey RB

Garren O’Keefe TE

Jack Shippy DB

Zach Jones LB

Nick Eaton LB

Nico Sarale OL

Ari Sallus OL

Jordan Ford OL

Malik Banks OL

Josiah Suani DL

Lance Babb II WR

Theo Goodwin WR

McCallan Castles TE

Robert Simkins WR

Finn Rudd P

Players to Watch:

Ulonzo Gilliam Jr.: The STATS FCS All-American Third Team Running Back is currently 6th in UC Davis history in rushing yards which is great for a 2nd year back. In his career he has rushed for 2225 yards (1249 coming in 2019) on 429 attempts and 24 TDs. He also provides value in the passing game as he has had 114 career receptions for 739 total yards and 6 TDs. He is a bit undersized, but he could be come a quality back in the NFL or CFL.

Devon King: On the other side of the ball we have Devon King, a 2019 First Team All-Big Sky Defensive Back. In 2019 he had 77 total tackles, 5.5 TFLs, 3 INTs, 8 pass deflections, 3 forced fumbles, and 1 fumble recovery. He looks to be a solid depth player and special teamer in the NFL.

 

Cal Poly:

Conor Bruce QB

Myles Cecil DE

CJ Cole RB

Aaron Cooper LB

Brandon Davis DB *

Mason Davis K

Nicolo DiFronzo OL *

Aarmon Euwing LB

Pono Faaagi DL

Drew Gilmore OL

Caden McCloughan DB

Trevor Owens DB

Hunter Raquet QB

Noah Rasheed WR

Kyle Reid QB

Michael Roth WR

Will Semone RB

Eli Shelton WR *

Mitch Souza P *

Dominic Stellini-Splan OL

D.J. Stuckey OL *

Matthew Stuppiello III DB

Kain Su’a DL

Duy Tran-Sampson RB *

Garrett Weichman OL *

Fenton Will LB

Wade Willet OL *

Chase Windham DL

Andrew Cokley OL

Vatulele Finau OL

Dustin Grein LB

Jalen Hamler QB

Leonte Huerta-Moore WR

J.T. Lyon OL

Daniel Machado OL

D’Angelo McKenzie DB

Timothy Miller LB

Xavier Moore WR

Kyle Reis OL

Ryan Rivera RB

Corey Thomas LB

Players to Watch:

Wade Willet: 2019 saw Wade Willet move into the starting Right Guard spot, and he helped Cal Poly earn a FCS rank of 9th in rushing yards and 7th in time of possession. At 6’6, 300lbs, he could be a hidden gem as a mammoth run blocker in the next two drafts.

Duy Tran-Sampson: In 2020 Tran-Sampson will move from Fullback where he had a 1,000+ yard season last year to Running Back. In 2019 he also had 8 rushing TDs. Depending on how he does at Running Back in 2020, at 6’2, 215lbs I view him a potential H-Back at the next level.

 

Dixie State:

Joshua Daniels WR

Tanner Hammond QB

Tyler Heaton NT *

Dylan Hendrickson DL

Adeeb Jaouni OL *

Saleutogi Lualemaga OL

Tima Malieitulua OL *

Gage Manzione NT

Darrius Nash S *

Vi’i Sialoi DE

Kody Wilstead QB

Nathen Aceves OL *

Devin Chandler CB

Connor Collins OL

Augustus Fraser DB

Va Gataloi LB

Ladimor Harvey LB

Jeremy Haywood TE

Emoni Karriem WR

Malaki Malaki LB

Kalen McGee CB

Mitch Nelson OL

Eddie Ngungutau NT

Travis Plantier LB

Kaejin Smith-Bejgrowicz S *

Trace Tupe LB

Kyle Whitesides OL *

Colby Williams CB

Taylor Alvarez OL

Braxton Hatch WR

Jayden Lacayo NT

Conner McKay LB

Malcolm Ross-Turner WR

Anthony Yarbrough DL *

Players to Watch:

Nathen Aceves: Aceves is the starting left guard for Dixie State and has started 21 games over the last two seasons. At 6’1 295lbs, he is undersized from what is desired at the NFL. However, with that being said, there is potential he could get noticed by a CFL and make an impact up there, but for the most part Americans are only used at the Tackle position, so he will really have to show that he is a dominate lineman or some flexibility to play Center.

Darrius Nash: From the Safety position Nash led the defense in 2019. He had 73 total tackles, 4.5 TFLs, 1.5 sacks, 2 INTs, 6 pass breakups, and 1 forced fumble. With Dixie State being such a low rated FCS program, Nash will really need to play his heart out to get noticed by NFL scouts.

 

University of San Diego:

Jake Cirame DE

Joel Daul DE

Bennett Dondoyano WR

Bryce Fledderman QB

Trent Forster C

Michael Gadinis TE

RJ Gonzalez RB

Brennan Goring RB

Muhindo Kapapa DL

Connor Strode WR/P

DJ Wright RT * (all American)

Josh Bolding DT

Jacob Brumbaugh LT

Harold Dobbin RT

Jimmy Ghilardi G

Isaac Haney S

Nathan Hartman NB

Dalton Kincaid TE *

Luke LaCilento G

Khepra Mims TE

Hunter Nichols S *

Ronald Sharlou DT *

David Ambagtsheer LB

Matt Bohamed C

Christian Brown WR

Michael Carner WR *

John Cody WR

Deshaun Harvey S

Joshua Hong S

Jacob Jackson WR

Jeffrey Jackson QB

Derek Kline TE

Leonard Leau LB

Tim Lockhart WR

Brayden Narveson K

James Reed TE

Players to Watch:

DJ Wright: Wright should be the starting Right Tackle for the Torero’s again in 2020. At 6’4, 275lbs, he is extremely small but his play in 2019 earned him high praises as he was named to HERO Sports FCS Sophomore All-American Team and the All-PFL First Team. Could be a player to watch if he adds significant weight to his frame.

Dalton Kincaid: Dalton Kincaid is one of the highest rated Tight Ends in the FCS heading into the 2020 season. Last year he led all Tight Ends in yards per catch with 19.98 (21st among all receivers) and he was 2nd among FCS Tight Ends in receiving yards and yards per game. His final stat count in 2019 was 44 receptions for 835 yards and 8 TDs. He needs to add some weight to be an inline Tight End at the next level, but he could be a solid day 3 prospect.

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