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DaAirMan

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2013 NFL Draft Prospects: Scouting Notes for Week 2

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Some Mizzou players mentioned, along with 2 of my favorite prospects for the upcoming draft, Jarvis Jones and Johnathan Jenkins. IMO both are possibilities for us in the first round depending on how things shake out. Jenkins looks like a small house and moves incredibly well for his size, I think he's the best DT prospect in college football right now. Jones almost single handedly won that game last night in the 4th quarter. My question; Why couldn't Jarvis Jones could just drive up from Columbia, put on Cam Sheffield's #55 and play in Tamba's spot??? Here's the link: 2013 NFL Draft: College Football Scouting Notes

2013 NFL Draft Prospects - Scouting Notes

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The season hasn't even started, but its never too early to start looking forward to the NFL Draft. This is a new site I found the other day, they just posted their scouting notes for 2013 NFL draft prospects playing in the College Football games this weekend. A few guys the Chiefs could have their eye on, Ryan Nassib and basically anyone who plays defense for Alabama, also Taylor Lewan if they can't hold on to Albert this offseason.

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