Well, when you’re always stacking up one of the top recruiting classes in the country, you’re bound to place quite a few guys in the NFL. It’s a nice problem to have if you’re a member of the Clemson Tigers or one of their fans.
Tee Higgins and Isaiah Simmons are both probably locks to go in the draft’s first round. Expect to hear K’Von Wallace‘s name called on the selection meeting’s third day.
He stuck his head in on 156 total tackles and two sacks while adding another five interceptions and 15 pass breakups to his resume in 45 career games.
Reggie Floyd did himself no favors by running a 4.61-second 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine, but there should be a few NFL teams that fall in love with his six-foot, 222-pound frame.
He brought the guy with the ball down as part of 222 total tackles while logging five picks and two forced fumbles in 39 career games at the collegiate level.
Julian Blackmon began his career with the Utes as a corner before moving to the free safety position for his final run in 2019. 158 total tackles, nine interceptions, 20 pass breakups, and two forced fumbles were the result of a 43-game run in Utah.
If he’s drafted sometime on Day 3, don’t be surprised.