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Week 2:
*Melvin Ingram SR DE South Carolina: Has always been around the SC program, but has really broken out this year. Shows great athletic ability for a big man, he is thick, strong at the point of attack and is in very good shape and rarely gets tired on the field. If he keeps up this elite play that has come out of no where, he could easily be a 2nd or 3rd round pick I think.


*Isaiah Crowell FR RB Georgia: Huge game for him and played much better than week 1. Quick back, runs hard, makes quick cuts and can catch the ball out of the backfield. Georgia has found themselves a running back that is for sure.


*Jarvis Jones SOPH OLB Georgia: Playing great football for Georgia, former USC recruit is an elite linebacker prospect. Can get after the passer on a blitz, runs well, plays hard and has no issue tackling, he could be an absolutely elite player in one or two years.


*Eric Page JR WR Toledo: Love his feet, great route running ability, solid hands and has open field speed. He could be a star in the NFL and doubt anyone will sleep on him. Perfect slot receiver and could be a very high pick whenever he comes out.


*Emory Blake JR WR Auburn: Solid receiver for them, makes big plays consistently, can get away from coverage and has simple big play ability in the open field.


*Tyler Eifert JR TE Notre Dame: Might need to see him a little more but so far he seems like an really elite player and could be near the same level of talent Kyle Rudolph had a year ago. Big kid, runs well and has very soft hands.


*Bacarri Rambo JR SS Georgia: Shows how much that defense missed him, very good looking safety, hits like a ton of bricks, is active and fast in coverage and can tackle in space, improving prospect game after game.


*Jadeveon Clowney FR DE South Carolina: Not over hyped, bit time speed pass rusher, has great size and great quickness. Can get off the ball fast and has good pass rush moves already as a young player.


*Alshon Jeffery JR WR South Carolina: The kid is not out of shape, makes football seem so easy. So big and physical, is slightly faster and potentially better version of Plaxico Burress who could be better in jump ball situations.






Disappointed
Branden Smith JR CB Georgia: Not a bad player but I expected more out of him than this. Boykin is a better corner for them right now, Smith still has time to improve but has not lived up to the hype when he came into college.

Cornelius Washington JR OLB Georgia: A lot of hype with him, but did not play that hard in the game. Is an ok prospect and one to keep and eye on but go really out played by his teammate Jarvis Jones all game. Big kid, but has a lot to improve on.

Cordy Glenn SR OG Georgia: Hyped up on this site, since he is on the logo and everything now. But he is still a good prospect, but clearly is being played out of position at tackle and gets beat from time to time by speed guys with good pass rush moves. Still could be a beast at guard, just like Mike Pouncey last year and the bad snaps. Glenn is not as good as Pouncey but will over come this bad start I feel. Still has to play better though.

Gary Gray SR CB Notre Dame: Got beat a lot, made very few plays on the ball, awful game for him and shows that his last year at Notre Dame to improve, still is the same player he always was.
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