Scouting the Capital One Bowl for NFL Talent

Janaury 1, 1PM EST, ABC: A pair of teams who battled for national recognition now take their fight to Orlando. While just a single senior holds a first day grade, albeit a top six selection, there are several talented underclassmen to watch.

Arkansas vs. Wisconsin
ABC, 1:00 P.M.


 Name Pos # Yr Rnd Comments
Robert Felton G 61 4Jr 5/6 Strong, small area blocker.
Marcus Harrison DT 55 3Jr 4/5 Explosive plugger who can be used on the nose or as a conventional defensive tackle.  Good upside but comes off a poor season.
Peyton Hillis FB 22 3Jr 5/6 Blue collar lead blocker.  Out of the game with injury.
Keith Jackson DT 99 4Sr 6/7 Active lineman limited by size.  Hustles and makes a lot of plays on the ball.  Potential three-technique lineman or rotational player on a front four.
Marcus Monk WR 85 3Jr 1/2 Big play receiver with outstanding size.  Tremendous red-zone threat.  The faster he runs the earlier he'll be drafted.
Sam Olajubutu OLB 24 5Sr 6/7 Ultra-productive college linebacker who stands just 5-feet-9-inches.  Could be used in a one gap system.  Has a special teams mentality.
Stephen Parker G 74 5Sr FA Wide-bodied, small area blocker who controls opponents at the point.
Desmond Sims OLB 23 5Sr FA Athletic linebacker with solid size/speed numbers but limited football productivity.  Developmental prospect.
Mason Templeton TE 89 4Jr FA  
Tony Ugoh T 66 5Sr 4/5 Fluid tackle with nice size.  More of a finesse' blocker than a mauler.  Will draw a diverse variety of opinions as we move towards the draft.
Darius Vinnett CB 9 4Sr FA Athletic corner with sprinters speed.  Fast enough to get a look in camp.
Cedric Washington WR 10 5Sr FA  


Name Pos # Yr Rnd Comments
Jack Ikegwuonu CB 6 3So 2/3 Shut down corner with great potential.  Ineligible for this game.
Joe Monty DE 96 5Sr FA  
Roderick Rogers S 22 4Sr 6/7 Athletic safety who does not make enough plays on the field.
Joe Stellmacher S 16 5Sr FA
Undersized but fierce defender.  Potential dime back with a special teams mentality.
John Stocco QB 7 5Sr 7th
Strong armed quarterback who must improve his accuracy and pass placement.
Joe Thomas T 72 4Sr 1st Tremendous pass protector who'll be a top six selection next April.  Must improve his run blocking strength.
Kraig Urbik T 63 3So 3/4 Big strong right tackle with a bright future.
Mark Zalewski ILB 41 5Sr 5/6 Tough, run defending two-down defender who gives a lot of effort.


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