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Tony Pauline NFL draft risers, sliders: Week 2

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    Arthur Brown/LB/Kansas State -- Brown started his college career at Miami and had something in store for his former team when the Hurricanes came to town. The ferocious linebacker was omnipresent during the contest, displaying skill in all aspects of the game. His final stats read a team-leading 10 tackles with two tackles for loss, one sack and a fumble recovery. Brown was tremendous in pursuit and easily made plays sideline-to-sideline. His fumble recovery late in the first quarter, which Kansas State converted into a touchdown, sealed victory for the Wildcats. Brown plays like a first round choice and is a three down defender that can be used in a variety of systems at the next level.

    Demetrius Hartsfield/LB/Maryland -- Hartsfield has flown under the scouting radar despite being a productive starter since his freshman season. He's graded as a late round choice/free agent prospect by NFL scouts yet his performance against Temple proves he belongs at the next level. Hartsfield lacks classic size and speed (6-1½, 236 pounds, 4.85 seconds) yet he's a smart, instinctive football player who constantly makes plays on the ball. His play and leadership helped Maryland hold the Temple offense to just nine first downs and 52 rushing yards for the game during the Terrapins' victory
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    Kyle Fuller*/CB/Virginia Tech -- Fuller had a relatively quiet day on the stats sheet against Georgia Tech, recording two tackles, one tackle for loss and an interception. On film it was a different story. The few times he was challenged Fuller came up big and shut down Georgia Tech receivers. The end result was Georgia Tech purposely throwing away from Fuller. He's a well-sized defensive back who defends the run like a safety while also displaying terrific ball skills in coverage.

    Jonathan Banks/CB/Mississippi State -


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