2013 NFL Draft Prospects: Bowl Grades Week 1

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Never too early to talk about the NFL Draft, especially when it is Bowl season in college football. Here are the grades for some of the top prospects that played:

 

Matt Scott, QB, Arizona
Grade: D+
Draft Stock: DOWN
Scott may have won the game, but showed an inconsistency in thrown balls. Unimpressive, but could still be drafted late in the draft.

Dan Buckner, WR, Arizona
Grade: D
Draft Stock: NEUTRAL
Buckner gave a lackluster performance, but it will probably not change his draft stock.

Duke Williams, S, Nevada

Grade: C+
Draft Stock: NEUTRAL
Williams may have got an interception, but he was a part of a horrible defense, which will hurt his stock. Covers field very well, could be a mid-round steal.

Zach Sudfeld, TE, Nevada
Grade: B-
Draft Stock: UP
Sudfeld is the type of player everyone wants on their team. He is a fiery player who had 45 yards and two touchdowns. A team may reach for him, but his passion is well worth it.

Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU
Grade: A-
Draft Stock: UP
The freak. Ansah is a freak of nature, and we got a small glimpse of that in his game against San Diego State. Size, raw talent, and a first-round selection.

Cody Hoffman, WR, BYU
Grade: C+
Draft Stock: UP
The man did his job: 10 receptions for 114 yards. Hoffman just moved up to become a fourth-round draft pick, it depends what team is looking for his particular talents.

Dan Molls, ILB, Toledo
Grade: C
Draft Stock: UP
Nation’s leading tackler, and nobody seems to give Molls credit for his 166 tackles. He is not flashy, and despite Utah State running all over Toledo, he is extremely talented against the run. This man will be drafted, if he were to go undrafted, every NFL team will be making a mistake.

Kerwynn Williams, RB, Utah State
Grade: B
Draft Stock: NEUTRAL
The king of Utah State. Williams has turned the team’s offense around with his talent, and although his draft stock is not phenomenal, he is a great addition to any team.

Will Davis, CB, Utah State
Grade: C
Draft Stock: DOWN
Nothing personal, but this is a matter of other corner backs in the draft moving up on the boards. The NFL Combine will be the time for Davis to make one last big push.

Leon McFadden, CB, San Diego State
Grade: C
Draft Stock: NEUTRAL
Slightly better than Davis, but both players will be drafted around the same time. McFadden is a bit faster, which will usually help a player in the draft.


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