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Deandre Hopkins, WR, Clemson
6'1, 200 lbs
Hopkins started the 2012 season on fire. He became the No. 1 receiver for Clemson as Sammy Watkins started the year suspended and was slow to return to his freshman form. Hopkins picked up the slack and became the top receiver for Tajh Boyd. Had consistent production all season and torched LSU to end the year with 13 receptions for 191 yards and two scores. Hopkins made huge plays to help lead Clemson to a comeback victory. Hopkins totaled 1,405 yards on 82 catches and 18 touchdowns in 2012. He burned defenses with his deep speed while showing reliable hands and good route running.
Matt Elam, S, Florida
5'10, 205 lbs
Elam is my favorite Safety prospect, dude hits like a tank and is an absolute playmaker!!!!The video is a must watch!!
Elam was clutch for the Gators all year, but had a coming out party against LSU. He had seven tackles with a forced fumble that turned the game for Florida and took away a long pass play inside the Gators' 30-yard line. Elam had some big plays to prevent some possible touchdowns against Texas A&M. He was huge against Tennessee with 10 tackles, one sack, one pass break up and an interception. The junior also had good games versus Georgia, Missouri and Florida State. Elam has 65 tackles, 10 tackles for a loss, five passes broken up, four interceptions and one forced fumble this season. He has been excellent in run defense, pass defense and laying out some massive hits.
Zach Erts, TE, Stanford
6'6, 245 lbs
Ertz played really well this season and was Stanford's leading receiver. He totaled 69 receptions for 898 yards and six touchdowns. Ertz improved his blocking in 2012, too. He had massive day against Washington and California. This season could have been even more productive if the Cardinal had had consistent quarterback play. He had a huge game against Oregon, 11-106, including a remarkable touchdown catch to force overtime.
Larry Warford, G, Kentucky
6'3, 340 lbs
Kentucky was terrible in 2012, but Warford was very good. He opened up holes in the ground game and performed well in pass protection. Warford is a better athlete and quicker than one would think. He had an impressive senior season. Warford battled well against Florida and defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd. Warford played even better against Missouri defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson, shutting down the latter's pass rush. The plays that the Missouri standout had success on only came when he went against other offensive linemen.Warford is also a good pass-blocker. He is strong at the point of attack and can push defensive linemen around. The senior has underrated speed and quickness for his size. Warford, Warmack and Bailey are all very comparable prospects who should turn into solid starters at guard in the NFL.
Khaseem Greene, OLB, Rutgers
6'1, 230 lbs
Greene has totaled 125 tackles, 5.5 sacks, six forced fumbles, five passes batted, two interceptions and 10.5 tackles for a loss this season. He has been tremendous for Rutgers and is the leader of the defense. Needs to add a little weight, but can start for us right away.
Bacarri Rambo, S, Georgia
6'0, 218 lbs
Double dippin into the Safety pool!!!!
Rambo was suspended for the first four games this season. He has been excellent for Georgia sine coming back. In nine games, Rambo has totaled 67 tackles, three interceptions, one sack and three forced fumble. He had an impressive game against Florida with a sack and interception. Rambo played well against Georgia Tech and Alabama. He is a first-round talent, but the off-the-field issues knock him out of it.
Daniel McCullers, DT, Tennessee
6'8, 360 lbs
The mammoth McCullers was a presence for Tennessee. He had a good game against Florida with three tackles and a tackle for a loss. McCullers also had some pass pressure versus the Gators. He totaled 39 tackles, 5.5 tackles for a loss, a pass broken up, a forced fumble and a blocked kick in 2012. McCullers is still raw, but he could turn into something special.
Tyrann Mathieu, CB, LSU
5;9, 175 lbs
Ahhh, the ever dangerous Honey Badger!!!!Kills two birds with one stone, we get some CB depth, and get our new KR/PR!!!(Dri Archer is going back to school or i would be picking him here). We all know about Mathieu and his off-field troubles and getting kicked out of LSU, but the kid is a playmaker so Fishead draft the guy.
Marcus Lattimore, RB, South Carolina
6'0, 218 lbs
We all know how good Lattimore is when healthy, and we all know his leg got turned into Craig Dahl(a worthless rubberband) after that hit he took. Fishead dont mind taking risks and feel the reward far outweighs the risk in this situation, much like the Mathieu pick.
Tarvarres King, WR, Georgia
6'1, 191 lbs
Yet another WR!!!!! really? yup!!!! at one point with the Titans, they drafted 6 wr's in 3 years(3,1,2), so why not get another two wr's?
King had 42 receptions for 950 yards and eight touchdowns in 2012. He had some disappointing games as a senior. King was shut out by Florida and had underwhelming performances against South Carolina and Tennessee. He stepped up in the SEC Championship with five receptions for 142 yards against Alabama.