NFP Draft Tracker: Who are the Top Offensive Prospects not invited to the N.F.L. comb

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  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    Breaking down the top offensive prospects to get the snub from the NFL combine… G.J. Kinne: Tulsa (6-2, 234)
    He isn’t nearly as impressive physically as some of the other quarterbacks to get invites. But he is your typical gritty QB prospect who is the son of a coach and in my view will find a way to make a roster and potentially fight for playing time down the line. Also, displays the kind of sneaky arm strength to make all the throws.

    ICONKinne is one of the draft's most underrated prospects.
    QB Alex Tanney: Monmouth (6-3, 216)
    At worst, the guy looks like an intriguing priority free agent with a good amount of upside to his game and could end up warranting a draft pick late on day three.

    RB Michael Smith: Utah State (5-9, 205)
    An overlooked senior because of the talent in front of him at Utah State but has an NFL skill set and should make a roster. Is compact, displays a good burst and was extremely productive

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