2015 NFL Draft: Big Board Prospects 76-100


Here at GMENHQ we are committed to getting New York Giants fans prepared for the 2015 NFL Draft. This is the 4th installment of the GMENHQ Big Board which features prospects 76-100.

One thing that is especially important is that the player rankings are not set in stone. Closer to draft day, I will release the final GMENHQ Big Board in one complete master list. Without further ado here are the player rankings continued.

76. Paul Dawson, LB (TCU)

Dec 31, 2014; Atlanta , GA, USA; TCU Horned Frogs linebacker Paul Dawson (47) sacks Mississippi Rebels quarterback Bo Wallace (14) during the second quater in the 2014 Peach Bowl at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Liles/CFA Peach Bowl via USA TODAY Sports

77. Laken Tomlinson, OG (Duke)

78. John Miller, OG (Louisville)

79. Phillip Dorsett, WR (Miami)

80. Nelson Agholor, WR (USC)

81. Telvin Coleman, RB (Indiana)

82. Quinten Rollins, CB (Miami of Ohio)

83. Clive Walford, TE (Miami)

84. Bryce Petty, QB(Baylor)

85. Ellis McCarthy, DT (UCLA)

Jan 22, 2015; Mobile, AL, USA; North squad defensive corner Quinten Rollins of Miami (Ohio) (22) makes a catch during Senior Bowl practice at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

86. David Johnson, RB (NIU)

87. Tony Lippett, WR (MSU)

88. Nick O’Leary, TE (FSU)

89. Alex Carter, CB (Stanford)

90. Mike Hull, LB (Penn State)

91. Garrett Grayson, QB (Colorado State)

Jan 24, 2015; Mobile, AL, USA; North squad offensive tackle Ali Marpet of Hobart (50) enters the field during player introductions before the Senior Bowl at Ladd-Peebles Stadium. The North won, 34-13. Mandatory Credit: Glenn Andrews-USA TODAY Sports

92. Jordan Hicks, LB (Texas)

93. Jake Ryan, LB (Michigan)

94. Ali Marpet, OG (Hobart)

95. Anthony Chickillo, DE (Miami)

96. Mike Davis, RB (South Carolina)

97. Tyler Kroft, TE (Rutgers)

98. Senquez Golson, CB (Ole Miss)

99. Jalston Fowler, FB (Alabama)

100. Sean Mannion, QB (Oregon State)

The 3 Developmental Quarterbacks:

Bryce Petty: Petty was very prolific in his junior and senior seasons as Baylor’s starting QB. Petty threw for 8,195 yards, 62 touchdowns and only 10 interceptions. There is definitely potential there, he throws a pretty ball and has great arm talent. He is a project coming from Baylor’s spread offense, but he could prove to be a star.

Garrett Grayson: He is not the kind of quarterback who has jaw dropping talent. He is however a very reliable decision maker, with good mechanics and accuracy. Grayson probably won’t become the next big thing, but he could develop into an Alex Smith like quarterback.

Sean Mannion: Mannion is kind of in the same boat as Grayson. There does not seem to be that special something in his game but he has good mechanics and a high football IQ. Mannion is ready to step into a pro-style offense from a technique standpoint but is not ready to start as a rookie in any offense.

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Laken Tomlinson and John Miller are very similar players. I love the physical toolset of Tomlinson who is physical and can really move, with quick feet and long arms. Tomlinson looks the part at offensive guard and is a good value in the 3rd round.

Miller is a great run blocker and also would be a phenomenal value in the 3rd Round. D.J. Humphries is a really strong tackle prospect who could go higher than his 89th overall ranking. Ali Marpet, who is from a small school is possibly the best athlete in the offensive lineman crop. He falls to the 94th ranking because he beat up on lesser competition at Hobart.

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Jalston Fowler is a good football player who happens to play the majorly devalued position of fullback. Fowler is playing in the wrong generation, he really is an old school fullback. This is a player who is not afraid to break his facemask; he will sacrifice his body for the running back to get some extra yards.

Fowler has playmaking ability as a rusher and a receiver. He may have earned his way at Alabama blocking for their star running backs, but Fowler had 5 rushing touchdowns and 7 receiving touchdowns in his four year career. If he goes to a team that values their power running game, he will earn a paycheck for a long time in the NFL.

A Player To Watch: CB Quinten Rollins (Miami of Ohio)

Rollins is a physical corner. He is a bit of a project and he will probably have to earn his way on special teams and covering the slot in the first couple years of his career. He has ball skills, which is evidenced by his 7 interceptions in 2014. With good coaching, he could develop into a starting corner to fear.

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