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Marines4Auburn
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NFL Draft/Players Leaving Early Thread
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Declared:

Darius Slayton- 6th/7th Rd at best? Speed and ability to go up and get the ball. Too many drops.

Jamel Dean- 4th Rd? Pretty thin class of DBs, very top heavy.

Jarret Stidham- 4th Rd? With Herbert staying it leaves a very short draft, maybe 1 or 2 first rounders.

Undecided:

Derrick Brown- 1st Rd, potentially a Top 10 pick.HE BACK.

Prince Tega Wanogho- I think he benefits tremendously from another year, could go 1st rd with a good year. 3rd projections from what I see. HE BACK.

Marlon Davidson- Waiting on advisory committee to determine projection. I don’t see him getting drafted very high this year, 6th rd or 7th. HE BACK.

Graduates:

Ryan Davis: Must have a big combine, likely undrafted but could have shot as returner.

Deshaun Davis: “Senior Bowl could vault him into 4th/5th Rd.”

Dontravious Russell- I don’t see anything on him for NFL draft status. Not sure how much the Senior Bowl is needed for his draft stock, guy has several years of SEC film.

Anyone else of note?


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Weagle25
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I mean if we’re listing graduates, Russell is a significant loss


Tigerman97
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I realize the NFL once took Ryan Leaf 2nd in the draft and several GM's supposedly wanted him more than Manning...but it is hard to see Stidham's weaknesses translating well to the NFL. He struggled every time he faced any team with reasonable NFL talent on D.

Hey, he has a strong, semi accurate arm though.
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makersmark1
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re: NFL Draft/Players Leaving Early Thread
Derrick Brown is the only guy of this list that should absolutely leave.



Rhino5
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If he leaves, Brown to the Falcons please.


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re: NFL Draft/Players Leaving Early Thread
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mean if we’re listing graduates, Russell is a significant loss


Yea he could have left last season. He was getting good projections immediately after the season, before he said ge was returning.


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Marines4Auburn
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re: NFL Draft/Players Leaving Early Thread
I definitely agree but Prince leaving would hurt the most of anyone who can declare early.


jt33
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Javaris Davis is still undecided about leaving for the NFL

Also losing Darrell Williams to graduation.

Atkinson and Cox are graduating too. Atkinson didn't play much, but he was still listed as a starter.
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re: NFL Draft/Players Leaving Early Thread
Is Darius Slayton a strong possibility to leave early?


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TheRig
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re: NFL Draft/Players Leaving Early Thread
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Is Darius Slayton a strong possibility to leave early?
His play says no he’s a good receiver but nothing says he’s a pro caliber player


Marines4Auburn
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re: NFL Draft/Players Leaving Early Thread
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I mean if we’re listing graduates, Russell is a significant loss


Updated, completely forgot about him.


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LanierSpots
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If he leaves, Brown to the Falcons please.



Do you not like DB? He seems like a great guy. Why would
you wish that wrath on him?
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Is Darius Slayton a strong possibility to leave early?


Any player who’s a RS Jr is a threat to leave.


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Aubie Spr96
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Darrell Williams have a chance to play anywhere?


Marines4Auburn
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I don’t think Williams can make an NFL roster simply because he lacks speed and coverage ability. That’s just my 2 cents.


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JamalSanders
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Russell is a 4-6th rounder
Cox is a 6-7th
Stidham is a 2-4th
Davidson is a 5-7th
None of the Davis' will get drafted.


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mckibaj
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It was great to see no players sit for the bowl game.

Brown most likely goes. I really think Davidson, Wanogho, and Javaris Davis stay. But Davidson was told he would be third round.


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Don’t do it, Davidson.


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TailbackU
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re: NFL Draft/Players Leaving Early Thread
I agree. Derrick Brown is a full grown man and he is NFL ready right now. Jamel Dean definitely needs another year. I guess he doesnt want to risk another injury, so that's understandable, but I don't see him getting drafted.


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