Tags Archives: 2022 prospects

Eric Gray: 2021 Devy Profile March 5, 2021

Eric Gray began his career at Tennessee in impressive fashion, sharing the backfield before breaking out late in the season. He finished with 539 rushing yards and 115 receiving yards with 5 total TDs as a true freshman. This past season, he led the Vols ...

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Isaiah Spiller: 2021 Devy Profile March 1, 2021

Isaiah Spiller is a 6’1” 225 lbs. running back that was a former four-star recruit. He was 247’s ninth-ranked running back in the 2019 class and the 23rd ranked player from Texas. Spiller entered the collegiate recruiting scene with notoriety and ga...

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Tyler Shough: 2021 Devy Profile February 24, 2021

Behind Justin Herbert in 2019, Tyler Shough never really had much of a shot. In the shortened 2020 season he started every game for the Ducks completing 63.5% of his passes for 1559 yards and 13 touchdowns. Shough also showed he could get it done on the g...

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Kyren Williams: 2021 Devy Profile February 23, 2021

Kyren Williams is a 5’9” 195 lbs. running back that was a former four-star recruit. He was 247’s 24th ranked running back in the 2019 class and the sixth-ranked player from Missouri. Williams was an all-purpose stand-out in high school, helping lead...

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Treylon Burks: 2021 Devy Profile February 22, 2021

As of now, Treylon Burks is a consensus top 5 WR in the 2022 class. I am very confident he will end up in my top 3. What will propel Burks up boards is his athleticism and size. With a frame very similar to D.K. Metcalf and speed of his own, Burks could b...

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Kevin Harris: 2021 Devy Profile February 21, 2021

Kevin Harris is a 5’10” 227 lbs. running back that was a former three-star recruit. He was 247’s 44th ranked running back in the 2019 class. When reviewing his high school tape, Harris was most likely overlooked for two reasons. He played at a small...

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Draft Stock Watch: Week 15 December 15, 2020

Now in the books, Week 15 of the 2020 college football season saw #6 Florida, #10 Miami, and #21 Colorado exposed. The rest of the weekend slate went about as pundits expected. #13 Coastal Carolina escaped a let-down game with a narrow last-minute victory...

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