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NFL Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline was impressed with how Clemson sophomore T Mitch Hyatt performed on Saturday against Boston College.

Hyatt was going up against a tough Boston College defensive line -- particularly potential high-pick Harold Landry -- and Pauline believes the sophomore more than held his own. "I’m still not sold Hyde projects to left tackle at the next level," Pauline said "but it was a very good showing for the big man." Hyatt will likely start 2018 as one of the top offensive line prospects in the country.
Sep 25 - 10:11 PM

Texas A&M junior WR Christian Kirk was listed as one of Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline's "risers" after his performance against Arkansas.

Kirk (5'11/200) scored three touchdowns against the Razorbacks; two in the air and one on special teams. Pauline notes that Kirk is a "threat to score from any point on the field every time the ball is in his hands." Pauline also believes that Kirk is a lock to be drafted somewhere in the first two rounds. If he has more performances like he did on Saturday, that number could -- and probably should -- drop.
Sep 25 - 10:06 PM

Virginia redshirt senior QB Kurt Benkert was named Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline "sleeper" prospect after his week four performance against Boise State on Friday.

Benkert had a mediocre junior season, but the 6-foot-4, 230-pound quarterback has bounced back nicely in 2017. Pauline says that Benkert has "next level size, sold arm strength and enough accuracy to potentially slide into the late rounds then make a roster as the third quarterback on a depth chart." That's quite a rise from being a player that many believed was on a short leash. He'll look to continue this good run in two weeks when the Cavaliers take on Duke on October 7.
Sep 25 - 8:41 PM

TCU redshirt senior RB Kyle Hicks (undisclosed) could return to practice this week.

The Horned Frogs are on bye this week, so Hicks (5'10/210) will get at least another two weeks before TCU takes on West Virginia. He missed last week's game against Oklahoma State with the undisclosed injury. If he can't go, it'll mean more carries for Darius Anderson against the Mountaineers.
Sep 25 - 7:58 PM

After a massive game against Penn State on Saturday, Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline named Iowa senior LB Josey Jewell a "riser" in his draft notes on Monday.

Jewell (6'2/230) was everywhere in the near-upset of Penn State, collecting 16 tackles, picking off a pass, recovering a fumble and breaking up a pass. Pauline notes that Jewell plays with "incredible instincts, football smarts and intensity." Jewell won't wow anyone with his size, speed or strength, but every once in a while there's a football player who defies the odds because he just gets the game. Jewell might be one of those players.
Sep 25 - 7:46 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline believes that Stanford redshirt sophomore RB Bryce Love has seen his draft stock rise two grades thanks to his play this year.

Love (5'10/186) has been one of the best running backs in the country this year, and Pauline believe his performance has seen his stock soar because of his productivity; calling him a "slippery, elusive ball carrier with a burst and the ability to create yardage." While Love doesn't have the ideal size of an everydown back, his ability to make people miss and run away from defenders make him an excellent third-down back bare-minimum. It wouldn't be shocking if someone fell in love with his talent and took him in the first 75 picks.
Sep 25 - 7:32 PM
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