NFL Draft Mystery Prospect Game: Week #6 Results

Kenny Tate had an opportunity to enter the 2011 NFL draft and likely get selected by the 3rd round.  However, he decided to return to school where he is now making a position change.  Tate is moving to a hybrid safety/linebacker position.  This move could hurt his draft stock as his biggest question marks were about his ability to hold up in coverage.  Moving to linebacker will only limit Tate's opportunities to prove he can excel in pass coverage.

Last season, Maryland rebounded from their 2009 two win season by going 9-4 with a victory over East Carolina in the Military Bowl.  This season Maryland will be breaking in a new coach with hopes on improving.

After the jump you can find the leaderboard.  Be sure to stop by next Monday for prospect #7!

Leaderboard

Josh D 6
Iceiceguy13 6
Coach Owens 6
big_jay71 6
Yankees10 6
Mark in Tulsa 5
Jessee115674 5
Adam Ross 5
Steel in FL 5
KashMoney 5
Buffalo for Eternity 4
ValdezY 4
Mario 4
Aurci 4
Omaha Sun 4
RediculousAM 3
Greg Revere 3
dbcouver 3
Jag.0 2
Aaron Alo 2
Slymslam17 2
Farmerboy 2
math_geek 2
Djax10 2
ArrowheadChiefs 2
Red Georges 1
chris duffy 1
Alex Del Piero 1
JetKing55 1
manraj7 1
Joe Gillis 1
pfeifer 1
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