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In a four year span from 2010-13, Illinois had at least four draft picks each season, including six top-50 draft picks like Corey Liuget and Whitney Mercilus. But over the last two years, the Illini have been shut out of the NFL Draft, the first time in program history Illinois has gone back-to-back years without a draft pick.
Northern Iowa running back David Johnson looks like a potential steal in Bruce Arians' pass-happy scheme in Arizona.
Clemson's loss will be the NFL's gain, according to one high-ranking scout who is confident that some club will be willing to invest a pick during July's Supplemental Draft on the 6-foot-6, 290 pound left tackle, who is opting to leave school early due to family obligations.
Keep an eye out for defensive lineman Darius Philon, an early entry from Arkansas, whose burst and effort could help him prove to be a sixth round steal for the Chargers.
On a very young roster last season, cornerback Kevin Johnson was the lone senior bright spot to evaluate for the Demon Deacons, but the 2015 team has more senior talent worth tracking, although none as highly-regarded as the 2015 first round pick.
Amari Cooper and Mario Edwards, Jr. fill big needs in Oakland, but don't overlook third-round pick Clive Walford at TE. The Raiders' new up-tempo offense could make him an immediate favorite of second-year quarterback Derek Carr.
Frank Beamer has sent 95 players to the next level via the NFL Draft, but Virginia Tech has never had two first round defenders drafted in the same year. That could change next spring with CB Kendall Fuller and DE/OLB Dadi Nicolas.
Chiefs fans may be excited about upgrades at WR but they should also be pumped about ex-University of Missouri offensive tackle Mitch Morse, who will prove his value by replacing departing center Rodney Hudson.
Virginia isn't the first school that comes to mind when discussing college football's top programs for producing NFL talent, but at least one Cavaliers' prospect has been selected on draft weekend since 1984, an active streak of 32 years.
If there is a silver lining to the season-ending ACL tear suffered by Denver Broncos' Pro Bowl left tackle Ryan Clady, it is that the club's second round pick is an ideal match in new head coach Gary Kubiak's beloved West Coast Offense and therefore could step in and play immediately.
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2016 QB rankings
11. Connor Cook
6-4, 220, Michigan State
22. Cody Kessler
6-1, 215, Southern California
33. Dak Prescott
6-2, 230, Mississippi State
44. Kevin Hogan
6-4, 225, Stanford
55. Nate Sudfeld
6-6, 240, Indiana
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