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NFL Draft Prospects in the 2021 Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl

NFL Draft Prospects in the 2021 Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl

The bowl season gives fans and scouts alike a chance to analyze NFL Draft prospects against solid competition. Bowl scheduling allows all eyes to be on each game. Here are the NFL Draft prospects in the 2021 Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl.

Army Black Knights Draft Prospects

Andre Carter II, Edge

Carter has been a good pass rusher for Army this season after getting a little experience in 2020. He has 48 total tackles, 16 tackles for loss and 14.5 sacks in his career. For the 2021 season, Carter has 34 total tackles, 15 tackles for loss and 13.5 sacks for the 2021 season.

His measurables would be great for the NFL at 6-foot-7 and 265 yards. He is just a junior and will likely have to make a commitment to the Army for at least another year before getting a waiver to be a draft prospect. Carter can build his stock up even more with another good season next year.

Projected Draft Range: Undrafted Free Agent

Chris Cameron, TE

Cameron is a unique player because he plays in Army’s offense and doesn’t get a chance to catch the ball very often. He has three catches for 82 yards in his career. Cameron has demonstrated the ability to block in Army’s triple-option scheme.

At 6-foot-4 and 265 pounds, Cameron has solid size for the NFL. As a senior he would need a waiver from Army for the NFL before he could pursue a football career. That may be unlikely, given his production and several other players have been passed over.

Projected Draft Range: Undrafted Free Agent

Missouri Tigers Draft Prospects

Akayleb Evans, CB

After playing four seasons at Tulsa, Evans transferred to Missouri for the 2021 season. Over his time at both schools, Evans has registered 110 total tackles, one interception and 17 passes defended. This season for the Tigers, he has 28 total tackles, one interception and six passes defended.

He is a lanky corner at 6-foot-2 and 188 pounds, which can allow him to be disruptive. His experience at both schools over a long period of time has shown he can cover very well. Evans is expected to be taken in the middle rounds of the 2022 NFL Draft.

Projected Draft Range: Third Round Pick-Fifth Round Pick

Allie Green IV, CB

Green, just like Evans, played at Tulsa for four seasons before transferring to Missouri for his final year of eligibility. He has posted 145 total tackles, one interception and 14 passes defended in his career. For the 2021 season, Green has 29 total tackles and four passes defended.

In a similar build to Evans, Green is a bigger corner. He is 6-foot–3 and 200 pounds, which will make him unique for a draft prospect. He has plenty of experience and good tape to watch from his time at both schools. It is likely that Green is going to be a late-round pick.

Projected Draft Range: Sixth Round Pick-Undrafted Free Agent

Other Draft Prospects: RB Tyler Badie (6th-UFA), OT Kobie Whiteside (6th-UFA), Edge Trajan Jeffcoat (UFA), EDGE Chris Turner (UFA)

 

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