NFL Draft prospects to watch in bowl games: Part 1

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    Gildan New Mexico: Arizona vs Nevada

    Mickey Baucus, T, Arizona: Baucus is a large left tackle who's developing a complete game. He overwhelms defenders run blocking and displays next-level pass protection skills. The red-shirt sophomore is a two-year starter and will only improve with experience and maturity. 3rd Round

    Duke Williams, DB, Nevada: Few defensive backs in the nation come with the measurables offered by Williams. He's a 200-pound safety who runs the 40 in 4.4 seconds and has the ability to line up over slot receivers. Williams can be used at safety, nickel cornerback and play special teams in the NFL. 4th Round

    Dan Buckner, WR, Arizona: Buckner is a large, dependable possession receiver who consistently comes away with the difficult reception or wins out in battles. He projects as a fourth receiver at the next level and can help any team on third down or in the red zone. 5th/6th Round

    Zach Sudfeld, TE, Nevada: Sudfeld missed the 2011 season with a leg injury, but returned in prime form this season. His 6-foot-6 frame stands out on the field, and his average of 13 yards on 43 receptions is a testament to his athleticism. Sudfled is a three-down tight end with the ability to eventually develop into a starter at the next level. 6th Round

    Idaho Potato: Toledo vs Utah State

    Will Davis, CB, Utah State: Davis entered the season graded out as a free agent, but his game has taken off as a senior. He's developed into a dominant cornerback and consistently shut down opponents last season. He possesses the size, athleticism and skills to develop into a starter on the NFL level. 1st/2nd Round

    Kerwynn Williams, RB, Utah State: Williams was listed third on the Utah State depth chart last season, but turned in a career campaign in 2012. He's a multi-purpose skill player who creates yardage as a ball carrier or produces as a pass catcher. Williams approaches April as one of the better third-down backs available in the draft. 4th/5th Round

    David Fluellen, RB, Toledo: Fluellen was one of the nation's most prolific ball carriers this season, registering 1,460 rushing yards and 13 scores. He's a well-sized running back with terrific quickness and vision. The junior offers the skills to eventually develop into a feature runner at the next level. 4th Round

    Poinsettia Bowl: BYU vs San Diego State

    Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU: Ansah came to BYU from Ghana as a track and field athlete, then turned to football two years ago. He initially needed assistance on how to properly put on his equipment, but has since developed into a feared defensive lineman who can rush the passer or play in space. Scouts are in love with his upside and feel the sky is the limit. 1st/2nd Round

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