NOTE: Small School players UNRATED (99 or 999 rating) are autonumbered to fill in below the top 10-20 per position below. They will fall into place once rated within the total number of players each season. The higher the number, the better chance the player has to being drafted and/or signed. Click player name for profile in separate window. Click College to view Draftees by College. Use the next & previous links to cycle through all players per position, currently showing the top 50 per position. * - Underclassman Last Updated: 12/04/13 - Daily Real-Time Updates/Always a Work in Progress... - 5 Year Draft Average for FCS school prospects is (18 per Draft), 2010-19, 2009-15, 2008-24, 2007-16, 2006-16, 2005-16, 2004-12, [(11) total drafted in top 100, rounds 1-3...(2) FCS day one prospects per draft on 5-year average]
B.J. Coleman heading into Senior season: A closer look at the Packers' picks: Round 7/243 - B.J. Coleman, QB, 6-3, 222, Tennessee-Chattanooga...Confident small-school product has the tools to make it at the next level, and training with Packers legend Brett Favre this winter doesn't hurt. - The Sports Xchange
Aaron Corp heading into Senior season: 2010: Started Richmond's first five games before injuring his left knee against New Hampshire … he had completed 54.5 percent of his passes (67-123) for 645 yards and three touchdowns, four interceptions before the injury. 2009: Won the starting job at USC in spring, but cracked the top of his left fibula in 2009 fall camp. Appearing in 3 games, completing 17-of-26 (65.4%) for 155 yards with one TD and one interception. Completed 13-of-22 passes for 110 yards with an interception at Washington in his first career start when Matt Barkley was injured. 2008: Appearing in 5 games as the number-three quarterback at USC, completing 2-of-4 passes (50.0%) for 14 yards. 2007: Redshirted at USC. Personal: Father, Chris, lettered at wide receiver for 2 years (1980-81) at Idaho State and was a member of the Bengals' NCAA Division I-AA championship team (he caught a TD pass in the title game).
Patrick Witt heading into Senior season: 2010: Second-team All-Ivy selection … Led Ivy in passing yards (2,216), yards/game (246.2), completions (212), attempts (351)... Only QB in the league to complete more than 60% of his passes (60.4%)... Passed for 407 yards vs. Georgetown in the season opener, scored on QB sneak with no time on clock to beat Hoyas 40-35 and earn Ivy Offensive Player of the Week honors. 2009: Transferred from Nebraska to Yale … Suspended for Dartmouth game for sleeping through a team meeting … Completed 22 of 27 passes for 216 yards against Georgetown… Connected on 28 of 41 with 2 TDs vs. Brown… Season efficiency of 109.59 with a 57.3 completion percentage (138 of 241)… Threw eight TD passes and had 11 interceptions. 2008: Served as Nebraska Huskers backup in 2008… Appeared in five games with six completions (40 yards) in eight attempts… Played in 2008 Gator Bowl ... Had surgery for a lateral meniscus tear in his right knee. 2007: Redshirted at Nebraska. Personal: Older brother, Jeff, played quarterback at Harvard, but suffered a career-ending shoulder separation his freshman year and did not return to the field.
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