Happy Holidays and Some NFL Draft Prospects to Watch

Hope everyone is having a good holiday season! The College Bowl games are really starting to fire up now this weekend. About half of the NFL teams and their fans have one eye on the NFL Draft. Why not start scouting those NFL Draft Prospects? Also helps to make yourself aware if you are in those Fantasy Football Dynasty and Keeper leagues.

Kind of short notice for today with the whole Christmas aftermath around the house. NFL Draft Today is putting out some little previews with NFL Draft Prospects to watch for the College Bowl games touting possible Draft Prospects. Here are the latest with more to come this weekend so all you have to do is watch the games…and eat.

That Emerald Bowl is going to be stacked on the USC side alone!

USC is always overflowing with NFL Draft Prospects and should have at least two going in the first round this year. Taylor Mays decided to stay for his senior season and may see his stock drop from where it would have been a year ago after the way the USC defense has performed as a whole. Not fair…I know, but it happens. Everson Griffen is another Trojan defender that could be draft high. He has entered his paper work to the NFL Draft advisory committee and waits for the results.Offensive Tackles are always in demand andCharles Brown (resist Peanuts joke) will see himself draft early. If RB Joe McKnight plays you can get a look at one of the possible top running back prospects. Wide ReceiverDamian Williams and Tight End Anthony McCoy will be catching balls at the Emerald Bowl and on Sunday in 2010 and beyond.

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Lee created Football Jabber in 2007 as a sounding board for a love of the NFL, Fantasy Football, the NFL Draft, and College Football. He may or may not be responsible for the fall of the breakfast drink Tang. Lee tagged this post with: , , , , Read 130 articles by Lee
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