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Skill players draft tracker


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Round 1

1DefendersRashard DavisWRJames Madison
2RoughnecksConnor CookQBMichigan State
Analysis: An experienced and productive college quarterback at Michigan State, Connor Cook was drafted in the 4th round by the Oakland Raiders in 2016. Cook is a well-versed pro-style quarterback who consistently displays the footwork, timing and crispiness in his fundamentals as a high quality quarterback. He has ample arm strength to finish throws on the perimeter and down the field, and has the toughness to stand tall and drive the ball regardless of pressure around him. Cook's experience, confidence and decisiveness make him a reliable, rhythm passer for an XFL offense.
3GuardiansDeAngelo YanceyWRPurdue
Analysis: As a senior at Purdue, DeAngelo Yancey was a Second Team All-Big Ten selection at wide receiver and was selected by Green Bay in the 5th round of the 2017 NFL Draft. He spent time with the Jets and Titans in addition to the Packers. Yancey was drafted primarily as a vertical receiver as he developed a more nuanced skill set for the short to intermediate passing game.  He was deployed equally from the slot as well as the perimeter during his stint with the Packers, utilized as a field-stretcher where he was primarily targeted 15+ yards downfield.
4RenegadesJeff BadetWROklahoma
Analysis: A receiving and return contributor for Oklahoma during Baker Mayfield's Heisman season of 2017, Jeff Badet finished his college career with 108 receptions, receiving yards, 10 receiving touchdowns and 662 return yards. Badet later played for the Minnesota Vikings at the NFL level. With 4.27-second 40-yard dash speed, Badet's slot skills and catch-and-run talent threaten secondaries in the deep middle and down the sideline.
5VipersNick TruesdellTEGrand Rapids JC
6BattleHawksChristine MichaelRBTexas A&M
Analysis: After posting 2,791 rushing yards and 34 rushing touchdowns at Texas A&M, Christine Michael was selected in the second round by the Seattle Seahawks in the 2013 NFL draft. Over his NFL career, Michael recorded 1,089 rushing yards as an inside and outside threat at the pro level. With 4.02-second short shuttle short area quickness at 220 pounds, Michael has the ability to explode with force inside or outside the tackles, no matter how he touches the ball.
7DragonsTrey WilliamsRBTexas A&M
8WildcatsElijah HoodRBNorth Carolina
Analysis: A former high school All-American and twice an All-ACC running back at North Carolina, Elijah Hood was drafted in the seventh round in 2017 by the Oakland Raiders prior to stops with the Carolina Panthers and Jacksonville Jaguars. The powerful one-cut back redirects his momentum quickly to push downhill and thrives in one-on-one situations. Developing as a pass-catcher, Hood is a quality between-the-tackles runner who wins at the point of attack.


Round 2

OrderTeamPlayer NamePositionCollege/NFL
1WildcatsRashad RossWRArizona State
2DragonsKenneth FarrowRBHouston
3BattleHawksBrogan RobackQBEastern Michigan
Analysis: Before he was a key "character" on HBO's Hard Knocks series, Brogan Roback went down as one of EMU's most dynamic passers setting a number of school records, including TD passes. He has spent NFL offseasons with the Browns and Steelers where his whip-snap delivery allows him to get the ball out on time. He is a rhythm passer with good touch on his throws. He is slippery in the pocket and has continued to show progress in his ability to keep plays alive with his feet while keeping his eyes downfield.
4VipersSeantavius JonesWRValdosta State
Analysis: As a senior, Seantavius Jones led Valdosta State with 55 receptions for 777 yards and 13 touchdowns, he signed with the Saints after going undrafted in the 2014 NFL Draft. He also had stints with the Eagles, Chiefs, Colts and most recently in the AAF. Jones possesses a tall, long frame with solid bulk distribution. He offers solid vertical route running skills and also excels working against zone at the intermediate level of the field.
5RenegadesTommyLee LewisWRNorthern Illinois
6GuardiansMekale McKayWRCincinnati
Analysis: Mekale McKay collected 25 receptions for 494 yards and two touchdowns as a senior at Cincinnati. He signed with the Colts after going undrafted in the 2016 NFL Draft, spending time with six different NFL teams and a stint in the AAF. McKay is a big-bodied perimeter target with above average height, ideal length, and decent muscle mass. He displays very good play strength with a particularly strong upper body.
7RoughnecksKahlil LewisWRCincinnati
8DefendersTre McBrideWRWilliam & Mary


Round 3

OrderTeamPlayer NamePositionCollege/NFL
1DefendersJhurell PressleyRBNew Mexico
Analysis: Jhurell Pressley recorded 2,725 rushing yards and 35 rushing touchdowns at New Mexico before signing on with five NFL teams and leading Arizona's AAF team as their leading rusher. The athletic slasher has amazing ball security (three fumbles in his last 551 carries) and has the long speed to warrant carries designed to hit the sideline. His ability to win footraces, and instincts to cutback if he is behind, is a premium.
2RoughnecksSammie CoatesWRAuburn
3GuardiansTanner GentryWRWyoming
4RenegadesCameron Artis-PayneRBAuburn
5VipersDe'Veon SmithRBMichigan
Analysis: At Michigan, De'Veon Smith posted 2,235 rushing yards and 22 rushing touchdowns for the Wolverines before stints with the Miami Dolphins, Washington Redskins and the AAF. A reliable zone back, Smith's strength running through contact helps him in short yardage and red zone situations. Very rarely does Smith go down on first contact, as he delivers consistent blows to defenders before he is eventually brought down.
6BattleHawksDe'Mornay Pierson-ElWRNebraska
7DragonsFred RossWRMississippi State
Analysis: A First-Team All-SEC selection at Mississippi State, Fred Ross signed with the Carolina Panthers after going undrafted in the 2017 NFL Draft. Ross has excellent coordination tracking the ball downfield. His college film showed a very productive SEC receiver from both the slot and from the outside.
8WildcatsNelson SpruceWRColorado
Analysis: A two-time Second Team All Pac-12 selection at Colorado, Nelson Spruce signed with the Rams after going undrafted in the 2016 NFL Draft. Spruce played for four NFL teams over two seasons, he most recently played in the AAF. Spruce has the skill set you look for in a slot receiver, but he has enough size and plays with enough toughness to operate on the perimeter as well. He is a smooth athlete with good body control and quick feet.


Round 4

OrderTeamPlayer NamePositionCollege/NFL
1WildcatsBrandon BarnesTEAlabama State
Analysis: Brandon Barnes was a productive 4-year contributor for Alabama State. He possesses excellent size and length with large strong hands. He shows some basketball skills on the field in his footwork and ability to complete for balls above the rim. He creates separation with precise cuts and body control as a route runner.
2DragonsJace AmaroTETexas Tech
Analysis: A 2013 first-team All-American, Jace Amaro set the NCAA single-season record for receiving yards by a TE as a junior. He is a flex tight end with prototype size and bulk. He shows strong hands and is competitive in traffic. He is a tough runner after the catch and will impose his will to pick up extra yardage through contact.
3BattleHawksL'Damian WashingtonWRMissouri
Analysis: L’Damian Washington was named a team captain as a senior at Missouri where he logged 59 receptions for 692 yards and 10 touchdowns. He signed with the Cowboys after going undrafted in the 2014 NFL Draft, he played for seven different NFL teams and had stints in the CFL and AAF. Washington showcases the ability to use his hands in the second level of his stem by pinpointing the elbows of defenders. His routes feature a separation creating speed cut, where he is able extend his hips, plant his off foot and drive in the new direction.
4VipersJalen TolliverWRArkansas-Monticello
5RenegadesStacy ColeyWRMiami
6GuardiansTim CookRBOregon State
7RoughnecksKyle HicksRBTexas Christian
8DefendersDeAndre ThompkinsWRPenn State


Round 5

OrderTeamPlayer NamePositionCollege/NFL
1DefendersKhari LeeTEBowie State
Analysis: Khari Lee is a former walk-on who went undrafted, but played 34 games (7 starts) for the Bears, Lions, and Bills in the NFL. He possesses excellent toughness and is an effective run blocker. He has enough straight line speed to get downfield and stretch the seams. He has strong hands and it takes a village to bring get him on the ground after the catch.
2RoughnecksDeontez AlexanderWRFranklin College
3GuardiansDemarcus AyersWRHouston
Analysis: Demarcus Ayers was a two-time first-team All-AAC wide receiver at Houston and was drafted in the seventh round by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2016. After spending time in the camps of the Steelers, New England Patriots and Chicago Bears, Ayers was part of one of the AAF's best passing games in San Antonio last winter. With great return ability, run-and catch skills and crafty work out of the slot, he has the skills to make an impact on special teams and as a slot receiver.
4RenegadesSean PriceTESouth Florida
5VipersQuinton FlowersRBSouth Florida
Analysis: As a quarterback at South Florida, Quinton Flowers was able to break the program's all-time records in rushing touchdowns and passing touchdowns. The two-time All-AAC quarterback converted to the running back position as a professional and has spent the last two seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals and Indianapolis Colts. With the size and strength to compete at both the running back and fullback positions, Flowers is a versatile chess piece.
6BattleHawksWes SaxtonTESouth Alabama
Analysis: A true pass-catching tight end, Wes Saxton was an All-Sun Belt athlete in his one season at South Alabama following a stint at the junior college level.. He would later spend five seasons in the NFL with six franchises along with a year in the AAF. A potential inline tight end, big slot receiver or wing athlete, Saxton has the ability and athleticism to contribute in a range of offenses over various roles.
7DragonsKeenan ReynoldsWRNavy
Analysis: A 49-game starting quarterback for Navy, Keenan Reynolds passed for 31 touchdowns and ran for 88 touchdowns over his college career. The 2015 third-team All-American was drafted in the sixth round by the Baltimore Ravens in 2016 and has participated in NFL training camps as a receiver. The former track star's transition to the position is young, but his ability to make defenders miss with the ball in his hands projects a bright outlook for his career.
8WildcatsLarry RoseRBNew Mexico State


Round 6

OrderTeamPlayer NamePositionCollege/NFL
1WildcatsKD CannonWRBaylor
Analysis: K.D. Cannon, a two-time All-Big 12 wide receiver, finished his college career ranked third all-time in receiving yardage in Baylor history, despite declaring for the NFL with a year of eligibility remaining. Cannon has spent time in both the NFL and CFL, off the strength of his play as an outside wide receiver. With 4.41-second 40-yard dash speed, the lean wideout wins as a vertical threat with his instant acceleration and ball-tracking skills.
2DragonsEvan RodriguezTETemple
Analysis: Evan Rodriguez is a former 4th-round NFL draft selection by the Bears where he had an abbreviated stint. He is an H-back that can be maneuvered around the formation as a receiver and lead blocker. He offers reliable hands and has some natural run after catch skills.
3BattleHawksMarcus LucasWRMissouri
4VipersCole WickTEIncarnate Word
5RenegadesKelvin McKnightWRSamford
6GuardiansEJ BibbsTEIowa State
Analysis: EJ Bibbs had a highly productive college career that led to his nod as a Mackey Award semifinalist in 2014. He possesses reliable hands with good focus to convert in a crowd. He uses his body well to shield defenders away from balls and has good toughness over the middle. His ability to snag passes outside of his frame presents a large target for his quarterback.
7RoughnecksCam PhillipsWRVirginia Tech
8DefendersOrson CharlesTEGeorgia
Analysis: Twice an All-SEC player at Georgia, Orson Charles was selected in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL draft and played a total of 49 games over eight seasons in the league. Charles spent most of that time as a hybrid blocking tight end and fullback type, who was a key piece to springing long runs. With the athleticism to catch balls both from the inline positions and out of the backfield, Charles is a versatile threat as an all-around player.


Round 7

OrderTeamPlayer NamePositionCollege/NFL
1DefendersDonnel PumphreyRBSan Diego State
2RoughnecksJalen SaundersWROklahoma
Analysis: Earning All-WAC honors at Fresno State and All-Big 12 honors at Oklahoma as a slot receiver, Jalen Saunders had stints with five NFL teams before posting 1,909 receiving yards in two season in the CFL. Developing into a more multiple threat as a hybrid inside-outside receiver as a professional, Saunders' greatest trait still remains his catch-and-run ability. With high-quality instincts and athleticism, he displays the ability to change the game with big plays on both offense and special teams.
3GuardiansKeith TowbridgeTELouisville
4RenegadesPhilip NelsonQBEast Carolina
Analysis: Phillip Nelson is a former walk-on who has made a living playing in the CFL and AAF since he left East Carolina. Nelson offers good mobility and plays with the urgency to keep defenses on their toes. He is extremely tough and is fearless in the face of pressure. His arm talent allows him to complete off balance throws and stretch the field vertically when he has time. His NFLPA Bowl QB coach, Jon Kitna, compared him to Tony Romo.
5VipersRannell HallWRCentral Florida
Analysis: At Central Florida, Rannell Hall cracked 2,000 yards receiving and 2,000 yards as a returnman. After three years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Cleveland Browns and Atlanta Falcons, he has signed contracts with the AAF and CFL. His stength, burst and toughness were some reasons why Orlando's AAF team ranked first in scoring. The smooth athlete with a track background has great sideline awareness when attacking the outside edges.
6BattleHawksMatt JonesRBFlorida
7DragonsKasen WilliamsWRWashington
8WildcatsMartez CarterRBGrambling State
Analysis: At 5'7", Martez Carter, a former college basketball player turned walk-on football player, posted 5,908 total yards and 42 total touchdowns in the FCS for Grambling State before stints with the Saints and Redskins. "Mr. Excitement" has breakaway speed that makes him a threat to score in the ground, through the air or on special teams. With reps in a spread zone scheme, Carter has showed frequently he has the ability to stick his foot in the ground and cut on a dime.


Round 8

OrderTeamPlayer NamePositionCollege/NFL
1WildcatsKeyarris GarrettWRTulsa
Analysis: A first-team All-AAC wide receiver at Tulsa, Keyarris Garrett had been signed to play in the NFL, the AAF, the AFL and the CFL. His length, catch radius and body control was a big reason for why he tallied 219 receptions, 3,209 yards and 22 touchdowns at the FBS level. The agressive receiver times his strikes for the ball well and should fair well on the perimeter.
2DragonsJohn SantiagoWRNorth Dakota
3BattleHawksIshmael HymanWRJames Madison
4VipersReece HornWRIndianapolis
5RenegadesLance DunbarRBNorth Texas
6GuardiansJustin StocktonRBTexas Tech
7RoughnecksDevin GrayWRCincinnati
8DefendersMax McCaffreyWRDuke


Round 9

OrderTeamPlayer NamePositionCollege/NFL
1DefendersTyree JacksonQBBuffalo
Analysis: The 2018 MAC Offensive Player of the year, Tyree Jackson signed with the Buffalo Bills after going undrafted in the 2019 NFL Draft. He played in every preseason game and showed off his rangy arm strength and mobility as a passer. He possesses rare physical traits for a QB and offers considerable upside once he sharpens up his mechanics and game management skills. He is an aggressive downfield passer who gives his receivers the chance to convert big plays in one-on-one situations. His size, athleticism, and toughness also serve as a deadly combination near the goalline.
2RoughnecksAndre WilliamsRBBoston College
3GuardiansDarius VictorRBTowson
4RenegadesDonald ParhamTEStetson
5VipersTaylor CorneliusQBOklahoma State
Analysis: Taylor Cornelius was named team captain in his lone season Oklahoma State's full-time starter as a senior. He has very good height and is a good athlete with a strong basketball background. He was groomed in Mike Gundy's air raid system and excels hitting vertical routes. He is a confident player whose best trait is his composure under pressure.
6BattleHawksAlonzo RussellWRToledo
7DragonsCam ClearTETexas A&M
8WildcatsScott OrndoffTEPittsburgh
Analysis: The former Pittsburgh Panther, Scott Orndoff spent time on the Bengals practice squad before contributing as a backup TE in the AAF. He possesses good size and length and has above average route running skills. He is a natural hands catcher with a wide catch radius. He shows the lower body strength to drive through arm tackles for extra yards after the catch.


Round 10

OrderTeamPlayer NamePositionCollege/NFL
1WildcatsDonteea DyeWRHeidelberg
2DragonsMalachi JonesWRAppalachian State
3BattleHawksJordan LasleyWRUCLA
4VipersAlonzo MooreWRNebraska
Analysis: Alonzo Moore recorded 60 receptions for 981 yards and four touchdowns at Nebraska, he signed with the Chiefs after going undrafted in the 2017 NFL Draft. He most recently spent time in the AAF. Moore has good height with a big, sturdy frame to withstand physicality outside. His impressive athletic testing numbers show up in flashes.
5RenegadesDimitri FlowersRBOklahoma
6GuardiansMarquise WilliamsQBNorth Carolina
Analysis: The former Tar Heel who held off Mitch Trubisky for the starting job in college, Marquise Williams set a number of school records during his time in Chapel Hill. He spent time in the CFL and AAF where his size, strength, and mobility translated best. He is a confident player who exhibits strong command of the huddle and has the arm strength to challenge defenses vertically. He has the nimble feet and scramble vision to keep plays alive when blocking breaks down.
7RoughnecksNick HolleyRBKent State
8DefendersAdrien RobinsonTECincinnati
Analysis: Adrien Robinson was a 4th round NFL draft selection by the Giants where he was a reserve TE before taking on a similar role for the AAF's Memphis Express. He has good height with a muscular frame and plus straight-line athleticism. He has seam-stretching capabilities as a receiver.