Despite having to replace a quarterback and the team's top two receivers, West Virginia's offense will be humming in 2015, but the top NFL prospect might be on defense with the hard-hitting Karl Joseph.
Since Mike Leach's departure, Texas Tech has struggled to recruit and develop next level players with only three draft picks the last five years and only one player (TE Jace Amaro) drafted in the top-200 picks.
Wide receiver Kevin White looks like a good bet to make an immediate impact but the bigger hole in Chicago -- both literally and figuratively -- should be plugged by second-round selection Eddie Goldman.
After being shut out of the NFL Draft last year for the first time since 1938, the Longhorns bounced back well with five selections in the 2015 class. But the 2016 crop of Texas prospects should be another light year.
Adding pure athleticism was clearly the focus for GM Kevin Colbert and head coach Mike Tomlin and Senquez Golson -- an All-American cornerback and former highly drafted baseball prospect - possesses the speed, ballskills and instincts to overcome his lack of ideal size.
NFL teams that missed out on a talented 2015 crop of pass rushers could have one final opportunity to land a rookie with the 6-foot-5, 238 pound Caldwell taking steps to make himself eligible for the 2015 Supplemental Draft. The well-traveled Caldwell dominated the Gulf South Conference last year, recording 18.5 tackles for loss and 12 sacks.
Despite only 11 total draft picks since 2010, Oklahoma State has been well represented in the first round over that span and could return to the top-32 picks in the 2016 NFL Draft with junior pass rusher Emmanuel Ogbah