Below, a breakdown of the players to watch Monday, as well as a projection as to where they'll be drafted. (*denotes underclassmen)
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Monday, Jan. 2
Case Keenum, QB (No. 7) -- The record-setting NCAA signal caller is considered an average NFL prospect by scouts despite his eye-popping stats. Keenum lacks the physical skills to be an early pick in the draft yet his approach to the game and mental intangibles are a good fit for a west-coast offense. 6th Round
Patrick Edwards, WR (No. 83) -- Edwards has been one of the prime beneficiaries of the Cougars air attack. He's an ultra-productive wideout that will be a good fit as a slot receiver and punt returner at the next level. 6th/7th Round
Devon Still, DT (No. 71) -- Still comes off a tremendous senior campaign and is watching his draft stock soar. He's a hardworking interior lineman who plays until the whistle blows. He moves toward April's draft as one of the highest rated defensive tackles available. 1st Round
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