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NFL Draft Prospects to Watch in College Football Week 11 Recap

While the 2021 NFL Draft is still far off in the distance, players that will be drafted early are on the field now. Each week presents unique matchups for draft prospects and this week is no different. Here are NFL Draft prospects to watch in college football week 11 recap.

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1. Jabril Cox, LB, LSU Tigers

LSU and Alabama were unable to play due to COVID.

Cox should still be able to be a mid-round draft pick with a good finish to his season.

2. Patrick Surtain, CB, Alabama Crimson Tide

LSU and Alabama were unable to play due to COVID.

Surtain will likely be one of the first corners off the board in the 2021 NFL Draft.

3. Ian Book, QB, Notre Dame Fighting Irish

Ian Book followed up his performance against Clemson with another solid day. He passed for 283 yards and three touchdowns. Book added 85 yards on the ground and a rushing touchdown to help the Fighting Irish stay undefeated with their win over Boston College.

The quarterback class has some depth to it, so Book’s performances over the last two weeks helps his status, but not too much. He should be a late round draft pick, who teams will work with to develop.

NFL Draft Prospects to Watch In College Football Week 11 Recap


Feleipe Franks (Photo via arkansas.rivals.com)

4. Feleipe Franks, QB, Arkansas Razorbacks

Arkansas was no match for Florida, but Franks still had a solid day. He was 15 of 19 passing for 250 yards and two touchdowns. Franks also ran the ball six times for 12 yards. Unfortunately for Franks, the Razorbacks didn’t have the defense to help him get a win against his former team.

As already mentioned with Book, the quarterback class is deep. Franks has improved this year, but he is likely looking at being a late round pick as of right now.

5. Kedarius Toney, WR, Florida Gators

Florida had a big offensive game to beat Arkansas 63-35. Toney wasn’t as involved in the offense as a 63-point game might imply, but he still played well. He finished the game with seven receptions for 57 yards and no touchdowns.

Toney’s run after the catch ability has really helped him raise his draft stock. Even though this wasn’t his best game, if he plays well down the stretch, he could go as high as the second round in the 2021 NFL Draft.

 

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