Coverage of all 4 Drafts Starts with Ignored 25 Football Prospects

This week, Breitbart Sports will be taking an in-depth look at the upcoming NFL Draft. In our inaugural season we will work to become the top site for coverage of all four major drafts, starting with the NFL Draft to be held April 25 through 27 and through the MLB, NBA and NHL drafts in June. See the table below for the schedule for each draft. On Tuesday we will release the bottom half of the first ever Breitbart Big Board, ranking prospects 51-100. The rankings of prospects 1-50 will be released Wednesday.


Draft Start Ends
NFL 25-Apr 27-Apr
MLB 6-Jun 8-Jun
NBA 27-Jun 27-Jun
NHL 30-Jun 30-Jun

The second edition of our Mock Draft will be revealed on Thursday and Friday, with the first round being posted on Thursday and the second round up on Friday. Below is a simple list of 25 prospects that few people are talking about that could end up making an impact at the next level. Some are from larger schools--however, for whatever reason, they have been largely overlooked in discussions for Rounds 1-3. Others are more traditional, "sleeper" prospects who are from small schools but could make an impact. These players are not listed in any particular order.

  • LB Ty Powell, Harding: 6’2”, 249 lbs.
  • OLB Chase Thomas, Stanford: 6’3”, 244 lbs.
  • S Okechukwu Okoroha, Marshall: 6’1”, 213 lbs.
  • LB Keith Pough, Howard: 6’1”, 239 lbs.
  • CB Travis Howard, Ohio State: 6’0”, 190 lbs.
  • RB Zac Stacy, Vanderbilt: 5’8”, 216 lbs.
  • RB Onterio McCalebb, Auburn: 5’10”, 168 lbs.
  • TE C.J. Fiedorowitz, Iowa: 6’5”, 265 lbs.
  • OT Luke Marquardt, Azusa Pacific: 6’8”, 315 lbs.
  • RB Rex Burkhead, Nebraska: 5’10”, 214 lbs.
  • QB Collin Klein, Kansas State: 6’5”, 226 lbs.
  • DT Jared Smith, New Hampshire: 6’3”, 302 lbs.
  • RB Spencer Ware, LSU: 5’10”, 228 lbs.
  • OG Earl Watford, James Madison: 6’3”, 300 lbs.
  • LB Alonzo Highsmith, Arkansas: 6’1”, 234 lbs.
  • CB Greg Reid, Valdosta State: 5’8”, 190 lbs.
  • DT DeQuinta Jones, Arkansas: 6’4”, 307 lbs.
  • S Ray Ray Armstrong, Faulkner: 6’4”, 216 lbs.
  • DT Damion Square, Alabama: 6’2”, 293 lbs.
  • RB Washaun Ealey, Jacksonville State: 5’11”, 215 lbs.
  • OT Mark Jackson, Glenville State: 6’5”, 328 lbs.
  • LB Etienne Sabino, Ohio State: 6’2”, 247 lbs.
  • RB Orwin Smith, Georgia Tech: 6’0”, 202 lbs.
  • QB MarQueis Gray, Minnesota: 6’3”, 240 lbs.
  • OG Stephane Mihim, U-Mass Amherst: 6’4”, 314 lbs.

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