Appalachian State- Darrynton Evans, RB
Someone who is shooting up draft boards, Evans has been amazing for a Mountaineers squad that has taken the shift to FBS amazingly well, and challenged for the Group of 5 New Years’ Six spot each of the last two years.
Arkansas State- Omar Bayless, WR
Bayless has been a regular fixture for the Sun Belt’s resident SEC West coaching factory, and his tape shows why he’s started every game the past three years.
Coastal Carolina- Tarron Jackson, EDGE
The Chanticleers are newcomers to FBS, and thus haven’t produced a ton of talent, but Jackson may find himself a roster spot for someone come the end of camp in the right situation.
Georgia Southern- Kindle Vildor, CB
Georgia Southern, known for producing the other Adrian Peterson, could have a UDFA corner to add to the resume as well. He doesn’t have tape, but his stats suggest in the right situation he could potentially contribute to an NFL squad.
Georgia State- Tra Barnett, RB
He doesn’t have any tape, but he came close to hitting 1,500 yards for the Panthers and was an All-Sun Belt selection as well.
Louisiana- Kevin Dotson, IOL
The best prospect that Getty doesn’t have a picture for, Dotson is widely considered the best prospect (aside from Levonta Taylor) not invited to the Combine.
Louisiana-Monroe- Lost prospect in the woods due to camo jersey
South Alabama- Tra Minter, RB
I take it back, South Alabama actually plays in the worst stadium in the country, not San Jose State, and it’s so bad, South Alabama had to build a new one to keep both themselves and the Senior Bowl on campus. Anyway, Minter’s tape is solid, and I could definitely see him making a roster, or at least a practice squad.
Texas State- Bryan London II, OLB
London plays at the school no one remembers exists, but he’s always been a contributor for the Bobcats, and could contribute for an NFL special teams unit as well.
Troy- B.J. Smith, RB
Another All-Sun Belt back with no tape, Smith was on track to build on his nearly 1,200-yard junior season, but injured his knee in the second game of the campaign.