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Show/Hide Player Comments 1st (26th) CB Marcus Peters Without rJr 5'11 1/8" 193 lbs. 4.52
 

Analysis: Without a doubt the top corner in this draft. He was dismissed from the team which will allow him to possibly fall in the draft. You look at his talent and the reason he was dismissed from the team, I think he's still a first round lock.

Marcus Peters Interview 3/6/2014
Marcus Peters Interview 8/9/2013
Marcus Peters High School Highlights

Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (26th) 34OLB Zach Hodges Harvard Sr 6'2 5/8" 235 lbs. 4.74
 

Analysis: Hodges doesn't have the prototypical size for an edge rusher. But his freakish speed and ability to get to the quarterback is enough to compensate for any of that. If he could gain some more muscle you could be looking at the next Robert Mathis.

Zach Hodges vs Yale 2012
Zach Hodges vs Lafayette 2014
Zach Hodges vs Penn 2013

Show/Hide Player Comments 3rd (26th) SS Karl Joseph West Virginia Sr 5'11 1/8" 197 lbs. 4.57
  Default school photo.

Analysis: Not sure if he'll fall this far in the draft, or if he'll even declare this year. But he his one of the hardest hitters in all of college football, great in coverage, and has average speed for a safety. He doesn't have much buzz around him, but that doesn't mean teams are not aware of him.

Karl Joseph High School Highlights
Karl Joseph vs Alabama 2014
Karl Joseph Interview 9/7/2013

Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (18th) QB Vernon Adams Jr. Oregon rSr 5'10 7/8" 200 lbs. 4.80
 

Analysis: By far my favorite player in this draft. The Eagles said they wanted Russell Wilson back in 2012, well now they have a chance at a very similar QB. Throws a great deep ball, can escape from the pocket with the best of them, and has shown good pocket presence in his junior year. He puts up eye popping stats almost consistently. As good as he sounds he's not going in the first round because of his level of competition. He's still worth a shot at the next level.

Vernon Adams Jr. 2010 High School Highlights
Vernon Adams Jr. 10-yard touchdown pass scramble vs Sac. St. 2012
Vernon Adams Jr. Interview 9/1/2010

Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (26th) WR Phillip Dorsett Miami (FL) Sr 5'9 1/8" 187 lbs. 4.42
 

Analysis: I'm almost certain a player with his speed won't fall this far in the draft, but it's a dream draft for a reason. Dorsett could possibly join the group of small, quick receivers that are quietly taking the league by storm, he has blazing speed, good hands, and the ability to win a jump ball. Even with his small size.

Phillip Dorsett 2011 High School Highlights
Phillip Dorsett Game Highlights vs Nebraska 2014
Phillip Dorsett 44-yard catch vs 2012

Show/Hide Player Comments 5th (26th) 43DE Shaquille Riddick West Virginia Sr 6'5 1/4" 242 lbs. 4.82
 

Analysis: He should be drafted much higher than this just because of his size. Standing at 6'7" 240 lbs Shaq Riddick is probably the most intimidating player in college football right now (size wise). But it's not just his size, he can flat out play, whether it's getting pressure on the QB or tackling a running back in the backfield. Even dropping back into coverage from time to time. The JUCO transfer can do it all.

Shaquille Riddick Sophomore Highlights
Shaquille Riddick vs Baylor 2014
Shaquille Riddick Interview 10/4/2014

Show/Hide Player Comments 6th (26th) CB Lorenzo Doss Tulane Jr 5'10 5/8" 168 lbs. 4.52
 

Analysis: Very underrated corner in this draft. He has great ball skills he always seems to be around the ball whether that's in pursuit of the ball carrier or attacking the ball in the air. Has the ability to lock down receivers.

Lorenzo Doss Interview 10/14/2014
Lorenzo Doss Interview 11/13/2012
Lorenzo Doss Interview 9/4/2014

Show/Hide Player Comments 7th (26th) FS Dean Marlowe James Madison rSr 6'1 5/8" 205 lbs. 4.57
 

Analysis: Just filling a team need here. Great size for a safety at 6'2" 204. With the right tutelage he could develop into a solid player.

Dean Marlowe Fr.-Jr. Highlights
Dean Marlowe Interview 8/18/2014
Dean Marlowe Interview 8/12/2014

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