Once known as a consistent producer of "freakish" athletes for the NFL, Maryland has seemingly fallen on tough times with just six players selected in the past five drafts. With reigning Lou Groza Award-winning placekicker Brad Craddock and a few young playmakers on defense, however, more success could be on the horizon for the Terrapins.
Iowa's tradition of churning out NFL prospects along the line of scrimmage was only reinforced in 2015 with the three Hawkeyes selected in May's draft playing there, including No. 5 overall pick Brandon Scherff. Scouts traveling to Iowa this year will find NFL talent on the line again and at other positions, as well.