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Panthers signed Duke S Jeremy Cash.

Cash (6'0/212) was a decorated safety at Duke, earning All-America recognition in each of his final three seasons and first-team honors as a senior. A 38-game starter, Cash piled up 38 career tackles for loss, six INTs, nine forced fumbles, and eight sacks. He turned in an above-average Pro Day, running 4.56 with a 34-inch vertical and 10-foot-4 broad jump. Limited in coverage, Cash fares best in the box where he's attacking in run support. He's a tone setter who could excel in a hybrid linebacker-safety role as a cross between Deone Bucannon and T.J. Ward.
May 1 - 1:49 AM

Colts signed Illinois RB Josh Ferguson.

Ferguson (5'10/198) was a dynamic-if-brittle all-purpose playmaker for Illinois, posting a career rushing line of 505/2,586/18 (5.12 YPC) with 168/1,507/8 (8.97 YPR) receiving. He missed 16 college games due to injury, including three as a senior with an injured shoulder. Ferguson shined in Indy (4.48, 10-foot broad jump), but again pulled up lame with a hamstring injury. A spitting image of Dion Lewis from his playing style to his durability, Ferguson has the skill set of a movable chess piece despite his unheralded profile.
May 1 - 1:47 AM

Vikings signed New Mexico RB Jhurell Pressley.

Pressley (5'10/206) was a human highlight reel in New Mexico's ground attack, wrapping his career with a 394/2,725/35 rushing line on an absurd 6.92 yards per carry. Snubbed by the Combine, Pressley put his speed on display at his Pro Day, clocking 4.4-flat and pumping 25 bench-press reps. Pressley played in an option offense at New Mexico and only had 18 career catches, but he's an intriguing flyer based on his big-play running ability.
May 1 - 1:46 AM

Seahawks signed TCU QB Trevone Boykin.

Boykin (6'0/212) made 40 starts for TCU, finishing his career as their all-time leader in passing yards (10,728) and passing TDs (86) with a 61.2 completion percentage. He added 27 rushing scores and averaged 4.04 yards per carry. Boykin was a dynamic dual-threat college quarterback, but is short, struggles with touch as a passer and was arrested for felony assault of an officer last December. Although Boykin was open to performing wide receiver drills before the draft, he lacks speed (4.77) and explosion (9'2" broad jump) for a full-time position switch. Boykin would do well to forge a Seneca Wallace-type career.
May 1 - 1:44 AM

Rams signed Southeast Missouri State WR Paul McRoberts.

McRoberts (6'2/202) was a three-year starter, earning first-team All-Ohio Valley Conference as both a junior and senior and finishing his career with a 175/2,435/29 (13.9 YPR) receiving line. He shined on punt returns in 2015, averaging 12.6 yards per return with one score. McRoberts' 4.69 forty disappointed at SE Missouri's Pro Day, though he did fare well in the vertical (35 1/2") and broad (10'5") jumps. McRoberts dominated in contested situations in the FCS and isn't a bad athlete, but his shortage of straight-line speed is a major concern for his NFL separation potential. He's making a huge jump in competition.
May 1 - 1:41 AM

Panthers signed Tulsa WR Keyarris Garrett.

Garrett (6'3/220) led the nation in receiving as a fifth-year senior, catching 96 passes for 1,588 yards (16.5 YPR) and eight TDs. Garrett combines a wide catch radius (34 1/2-inch arms) with Dez Bryant-like Combine numbers, running 4.53 with a 36 1/2-inch vertical and 10-foot-8 broad jump. Garrett's weaknesses are his inconsistent hands and routes. He's also old for a rookie, turning 24 in September. Garrett is still an exciting talent with big-time vertical tools and lots of experience working underneath. He has a chance to develop into an NFL starter.
May 1 - 1:39 AM

Titans signed USC DT Antwaun Woods.

Woods (6'0/318) was a three-year starter at nose tackle, tallying 14.5 career tackles for loss and eight sacks. He was named first-team All-Pac 12 by the conference's coaches as a senior. Athletic for his size, Woods ran a 5.0-flat forty at USC's Pro Day and has NFL-level quickness with heavy, powerful hands. A fire hydrant in the trenches, Woods is a sleeper to contribute in a one-technique role.
May 1 - 1:38 AM

Saints signed Michigan State C Jack Allen.

Allen (6'1/294) was a 2015 first-team All American, finishing his Michigan State career with 47 starts — 42 at center and five at left guard. He overcomes size and athletic deficiencies with big hands (10 1/8"), an ability to anchor and sometimes even overpower bigger nose tackles and a tenacious playing demeanor. Rotoworld's Josh Norris rated Allen as a top-50 player in this year's class.
May 1 - 1:37 AM

Patriots signed Illinois CB V'Angelo Bentley.

Bentley (5'8/193) was a three-year starter at cornerback, logging two career interceptions, 10.5 tackles for loss, and 15 pass breakups. He also set the school record for career kickoff return yards. A sub-package/special teams prospect, Bentley has small arms (28 1/2") and managed a 4.57 forty at Illinois' Pro Day. Bentley's efficient tackling should help his chances of landing a slot corner role down the road; he missed just one tackle as a senior.
May 1 - 1:36 AM

Jets signed Ohio State WR Jalin Marshall.

Marshall (5'11/200) turned pro after his redshirt sophomore season, posting a two-year receiving line of 74/976/11 (13.2 YPR) with 27/175/1 (6.48 YPC) rushing. Although Marshall's forty time disappointed (4.60) in Indy, he did show some explosion with a 37 1/2-inch vertical and 10-foot-5 broad jump. Marshall was a terrific college punt returner, returning 35 percent of fielded punts for 15-plus yards. A developmental former high school quarterback, Marshall's NFL ticket is on returns.
May 1 - 1:31 AM

Bills signed Rutgers OT Keith Lumpkin.

Lumpkin (6'7/320) made 38 starts for Rutgers -- all at left tackle -- and earned honorable mention All-Big Ten as a senior. Despite a decorated high school basketball background, Lumpkin tested poorly at Rutgers' Pro Day, posting a 28 1/2-inch vertical and 8-foot-7 broad jump, and opting not to run the forty. Lumpkin has a massive frame with 34 3/4" arms but he struggles technically as a run blocker and is a heavy-footed waist bender in pass protection.
May 1 - 1:30 AM

Eagles signed Oregon WR/RB Byron Marshall.

Marshall (5'9/201) converted from tailback to receiver before missing all but four games as a senior with a fractured ankle, finishing his career with a 307/1,877/19 (6.1 YPC) rushing line and 97/1,293/8 (13.3 YPR) receiving. Healthy in time for Oregon's Pro Day, Marshall clocked a 4.56 forty-yard dash. Marshall isn't a between-the-tackles threat and is a developmental-at-best slot receiver, but he has some potential as a satellite back who could excel on 5-9 manufactured touches per game. Still coming back from last September's injury, Marshall is sort of a deep sleeper.
May 1 - 1:30 AM

Bills signed Oklahoma OLB Eric Striker.

Striker (5'11/227) made 39 starts for Oklahoma, earning second-team All-America as a senior and finishing his career with 46.5 tackles for loss, 23 sacks, and two forced fumbles. Although Striker was extremely productive in college, his athleticism falls short of NFL caliber with 4.80 speed and weak agility scores. Before the draft, NFL scouts debated whether Striker should play on the edge, 4-3 outside linebacker, or strong safety. A classic tweener, Striker may struggle to find an NFL home.
May 1 - 1:28 AM

Chargers signed Washington State WR Dom Williams.

Williams (6'3/198) was a deep threat in Wazzu's vertical attack, finishing his career with 2,889 yards and 30 touchdowns on 192 catches (15.05 YPR). He was named honorable mention All-Pac 12 as a senior. Williams helped himself at his Pro Day, running 4.4-flat with a 40 1/2-inch vertical. Extremely drop prone in college, Williams may be worth trying at defensive back.
May 1 - 1:27 AM

Giants signed Virginia Tech TE Ryan Malleck.

Malleck (6'5/247) made 32 starts for Virginia Tech, totaling 62 career catches for 658 yards (10.6 YPR) and four touchdowns. A passable athlete for his size, Malleck runs 4.81 with a 34 1/2-inch vertical and 10-foot-1 broad jump. Although he needs to continue adding strength, Malleck is a quality in-line blocker with growth potential as a possession receiving threat.
May 1 - 1:26 AM



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