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JB Scouting's Weekly Stock Report: Small School prospects Rising & Sliding.

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    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    Weekly Stock Report- Oct 6
    Written by Admin
    Wednesday, 06 October 2010 01:59
    STOCK REPORT

    Here is our weekly look at those moving up and down the draft board.


    RISERS


    DE/OLB Brandon Peguese, Hampton- Peguese was all over the place on Thursday night showing good quickness and speed and a motor as he totaled 12 tackles against Delaware State. Through four games he has 9 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, six quarterback hurries, and 29 total tackles. While Kenrick Ellis is getting most of the attention Peguese is putting himself in position to earn at least a tryout after entering the season totally off the radar.


    CB Justin Rogers, Richmond- Rogers can really run and has shown it so far this year. He is making big plays both in the return game and on defense showing his versatility and athletic ability. Opponents aren’t testing him much but when they have they have paid for it as he has two interceptions and three pass breakups with one interception returned for a touchdown. Rogers has a real shot to go in the 5th-7th round if he keeps up his play.

    CB Brandian Ross, Youngstown State- With NFL size and good speed Ross is a player we had our eye on from the start of the season and he has shown pretty well with 26 tackles, one interception, and four pass breakups. While he does not appear to be a likely draft pick he has cemented himself as a priority free agent grade, at the very least, due to his performance to date.

    TE Ryan Travis, West Liberty- His season could end today and yet he would still likely earn postseason honors with 50 catches for 580 yards and three touchdowns through four games. He has shown great pass catching skills, improved blocking, and some athletic ability this season. Travis might not fit into many schemes as he will have to be an h-back or fullback but his pass catching skills will make him a very good camp body to have at the very least. If he keeps this up it would be surprising if he was anything short of a priority free agent after being graded as a tryout player entering the season.

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