The bowl season gives fans and scouts alike a chance to analyze NFL Draft prospects against solid competition. The bowl season schedule allows all eyes to be on each game. Here are the NFL Draft prospects in the 2019 Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl.
Florida State Seminoles Draft Prospects
Tamorrion Terry, WR
While he is just a redshirt sophomore, Terry has made some big plays for Florida State. In his two seasons at Florida State, he has 86 receptions for 1,767 yards and 16 touchdowns. This year, he has 51 receptions for 1,023 yards and eight touchdowns.
Terry is a big receiver at 6-foot-4 and 203 pounds. He has produced even though the quarterback play on the team has been inconsistent. He should expect to be drafted in the middle rounds if he declares for the draft.
Projected Draft Range: Third round-fifth round
Levonta Taylor, CB
Taylor has been a solid corner for the Seminoles for four seasons. In his career, he has 88 total tackles, four interceptions and 10 passes defended. This season, Taylor has 35 total tackles, one interception and three passes defended.
He isn’t the biggest corner at 5-foot-10 and 190 pounds, but should be able to be successful at the NFL level. Taylor is another candidate to be selected in the middle of the NFL Draft.
Projected Draft Range: Fourth round-sixth round
*RB Cam Akers will sit out this game to prepare for the draft. He is a projected second-fourth round pick.
* DT Marvin Wilson is out for his game with an injury. He is a projected second-fourth round pick.
Other notable draft-eligible players: QB Alex Hornibrook, WR Keith Gavin, TE Tre McKitty, OT Jauan Williams, OG/C Mike Arnold, OG/C Cole Minshew, OG/C Baveon Johnson, Edge Janarius Robinson, Edge Joshua Kindoah, LB Leonard Warner, LB Emmett Rice, LB Josh Brown, LB Dontavius Jackson, CB Stanford Samuels, S Hamsah Nasirildean
Arizona State Sun Devils Draft Prospects
Cohl Cabral, OG/C
Cabral is one of the most versatile offensive linemen in the draft class. He was a rotational player as a freshman, then started at left tackle as a sophomore. Then, he moved to center and has played well. In 2018 he made the All-Pac-12 Second Team.
At 6-foot-5 and 305 pounds, Cabral isn’t the biggest offensive linemen, but his versatility will make him intriguing. Cabral might be selected in the late rounds of the 2020 NFL Draft.
Projected Draft Range: Sixth round-undrafted free agent
*WR Brandon Aiyuk will sit out this bowl game to prepare for the NFL Draft. He is a projected second-fourth round pick.
*RB Eno Benjamin will sit out this bowl game to prepare for the NFL Draft. He is a projected second-fourth round pick.
Other notable draft-eligible players: WR Frank Darby, WR Kyle Williams, TE Ceejhay French-Love, DT Roe Wilkins, DT George Lee, Edge Tyler Johnson, CB Chase Lucas, CB Kobe Williams
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