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Jaguars 2021 Draft History
 1  1  *Trevor Lawrence QB Clemson
Jets 2021 Draft History
 2  2  *Zach Wilson QB Brigham Young
49ers 2021 Draft History
 3  3  *Trey Lance QB North Dakota State (From Dolphins thru Texans)
Falcons 2021 Draft History
 4  4  *Kyle Pitts TE Florida
Bengals 2021 Draft History
 5  5  *JaMarr Chase WR LSU
Dolphins 2021 Draft History
 6  6  *Jaylen Waddle WR Alabama (From Eagles)
Lions 2021 Draft History
 7  7  *Penei Sewell OT Oregon
Panthers 2021 Draft History
 8  8  *Jaycee Horn CB South Carolina
Broncos 2021 Draft History
 9  9  *Patrick Surtain II CB Alabama
Eagles 2021 Draft History
 10  10  DeVonta Smith WR Alabama (From Cowboys)
Bears 2021 Draft History
 11  11  *Justin Fields QB Ohio State (From Giants)
Cowboys 2021 Draft History
 12  12  *Micah Parsons OLB Penn State (From Eagles thru Dolphins/49ers)
Chargers 2021 Draft History
 13  13  Rashawn Slater OG Northwestern
Jets 2021 Draft History
 14  14  *Alijah Vera-Tucker OG Southern California (From Vikings)
Patriots 2021 Draft History
 15  15  *Mac Jones QB Alabama
Cardinals 2021 Draft History
 16  16  *Zaven Collins OLB Tulsa
Raiders 2021 Draft History
 17  17  Alex Leatherwood OT Alabama
Dolphins 2021 Draft History
 18  18  *Jaelan Phillips DE Miami (FL)
Football Team 2021 Draft History
 19  19  *Jamin Davis ILB Kentucky
Giants 2021 Draft History
 20  20  Kadarius Toney WR Florida (From Bears)
Colts 2021 Draft History
 21  21  Kwity Paye DE Michigan
Titans 2021 Draft History
 22  22  *Caleb Farley CB Virginia Tech
Vikings 2021 Draft History
 23  23  *Christian Darrisaw OT Virginia Tech (From Jets thru Seahawks)
Steelers 2021 Draft History
 24  24  Najee Harris RB Alabama
Jaguars 2021 Draft History
 25  25  Travis Etienne RB Clemson (From Rams)
Browns 2021 Draft History
 26  26  *Greg Newsome II CB Northwestern
Ravens 2021 Draft History
 27  27  *Rashod Bateman WR Minnesota
Saints 2021 Draft History
 28  28  Payton Turner DE Houston
Packers 2021 Draft History
 29  29  *Eric Stokes CB Georgia
Bills 2021 Draft History
 30  30  *Greg Rousseau DE Miami (FL)
Ravens 2021 Draft History
 31  31  *Jayson Oweh DE Penn State (From Chiefs)
Bucs 2021 Draft History
 32  32  *Joe Tryon DE Washington



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  Kansas State quarterback Skylar Thompson and running back Deuce Vaughn have been named to the watch list for the Maxwell Award. The Maxwell Award annually is given to the best player in college football. Thompson is on the list for the second straight season. And Vaughn's presence marks the first time two Wildcats have been on the list since quarterback Jake Waters and wide receiver Tyler Lockett were on it in 2014.

With 30 starts under his belt, Thompson will begin the 2021 season ranked in the top 10 in 15 career categories, including the top spot for interception percentage (1.84), third in yards per completion (12.87), and fifth in completions (390), passing efficiency (136.01), rushing yards by a quarterback (1,083) and rushing touchdowns by a quarterback (22). He also ranks seventh in career passing yards (5,201) and passing touchdowns (30). - Manhattan Mercury


(DS#24 QB) rSr/2022 QB Skylar ThompsonKansas State
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  07/21/21 - WR Ty FryfoglerSr/2022, Indiana, 6-2, 214 (DS#7 WR) + More +

  Four different IU football players were named to watch lists of major college football awards on Monday. Wide receiver Ty Fryfogle and quarterback Michael Penix Jr. were named to the Maxwell Award Watch List, given to college football's top offensive player. On defense, linebacker Micah McFadden and cornerback Tiawan Mullen were named to on the Bednarik Award Watch list, given to college football's top defensive player. Fryfogle enjoyed a breakout 2020 season for the Hoosiers, with 37 catches for 721 yards and 7 TDs to earn Big Ten wide receiver of the year honors. - Herald Bulletin

(DS#7 WR) rSr/2022 WR Ty FryfogleIndiana
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  07/21/21 - RB Joe ErvinrSo/2024, Kansas State, 5-08, 177 (DS#999 RB) + More +

  Strange as it may now seem, there was a time not so long ago when Kansas State football fans viewed a pair of young running backs other than Deuce Vaughn as the future of the Wildcats' ground game. Their names were Joe Ervin and Jacardia Wright. Remember them? You should. They both showed worlds of promise while playing in just four games as true freshmen in 2019. They looked so good, in fact, that they both seemed in line for more carries than Vaughn heading into last season. But then the coronavirus pandemic happened. Ervin, a 5-foot-8 and 178-pound shifty runner from Rock Hill, S.C., opted out of the 2020 season and spent several months away from the team before returning for spring practices. Wright, a 6-foot and 226-pound bruising rusher, tumbled down the depth chart and rarely played while Vaughn burst onto the scene as a freshman All-American.

Many fans wondered what happened to Ervin and Wright last season, especially while the Wildcats struggled to find quality running backs to play alongside Vaughn. It seems like those questions may disappear this year. K-State football coach Chris Klieman is confident the Wildcats will have a much deeper and more versatile backfield when games resume in September. "Getting Joe Ervin back is also critical. He is a really talented running back and I think he's going to carry the ball an awful lot. He's going to catch the ball an awful lot. He's one of the best blockers we have. I feel comfortable in the fact that we have some good depth and some competition there at that position." - The Kansas City Star


(DS#999 RB) rSo/2024 RB Joe ErvinKansas State
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  The Maxwell Football Club announced its watch lists for the 85th Maxwell Award, presented annually to the outstanding player in college football, and for the 27th annual Chuck Bednarik Award, presented annually to the outstanding defensive player in college football today, which included Coastal Carolina's Grayson McCall and Jeffrey Gunter, respectively. Both awards are proudly sponsored by Mammoth Tech and The Athletes' Corner, which are Executive Partners of the Maxwell Football Club.

McCall was named the 2020 Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year and the 2020 Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year by the league's coaches and earned a spot on the 2020 All-Sun Belt first team and the 2020 Phil Steele SBC All-Conference first team last season in which he led the Sun Belt and ranked 10th nationally with 26 passing touchdowns on the year. He also led the Sun Belt and ranked in the top 30 nationally in passing efficiency at 184.3 (fifth), points responsible for with 202 (ninth), points responsible for per game at 18.4 (16th), passing yards with 2,488 (19th), and in total offensive yards per game at 277.9 (30th), and was second in the Sun Belt in completion percentage at 68.8 percent (172-of-250), in passing yards per completion at 14.47, and yards per attempt at 9.95. - Coastal Carolina Football


(DS#7 QB) rSo/2024 QB Grayson McCallCoastal Carolina
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  07/20/21 - DT Travis JonesSr/2022, Connecticut, 6-3, 336 (DS#11 DT) + More +

  UConn junior defensive lineman Travis Jones was named to the Bednarik Award watch list Monday, given out to college football's top defensive player. Jones, a New Haven native and Wilbur Cross graduate, totaled 40 tackles and 3.5 sacks for the Huskies in 2019 and had 55 tackles and 5.5 sacks as a freshman in 2018. "People are going to look at him and go 'holy crap, look what he's done with his body,'" UConn coach Randy Edsall said of Jones. "And it's like that with the whole team for the most part. I just know this: I've been doing this for 40 years, and I sure as heck see the difference in the kids." - Hartford Courant

(DS#11 DT) Sr/2022 DT Travis JonesConnecticut
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