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2015 NFL Draft Prospects: Oregon State

These are the school's prospects for the 2015 NFL Draft

  1. Steven Nelson, CB, Oregon State
    Height: 5-10. Weight: 199.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.58.
    Projected Round (2015): 2-4.

    2/7/15: Nelson notched 60 tackles, eight passes broken up and two interceptions. He was a solid cover corner and further proved it with a strong week at the Senior Bowl. Nelson ran with receivers to prevent separation and was good at battling contested catches. He helped himself in Mobile.

    8/27/14: Nelson was going to play in his home state at Georgia, but ended up going the junior college route. 2013 was Nelson's debut at Oregon State, and he had a great year with six interceptions, eight passes broken up and 62 tackles. Nelson could have produced more, but was a reserve to begin the season. He has some natural ballhawking skills.

    Personal: Son of Steven Nelson, Sr. and Ylencia Jackson. Majored in sociology.
  2. Trevor Romaine, K, Oregon State
    Height: 6-0. Weight: 199.
    Projected Round (2015): 7-FA.

    2/14/15: Romaine missed the first two games of 2014 because he was academically ineligible. He made eight-of-nine attempts with a long of 49 yards for the year. His miss came in the 30-yard range.

    8/27/14: Romaine was 14-of-20 in 2013. The junior made one kick from 50+ and missed another. Romaine has some leg strength and showed good accuracy in 2012 as he made 16-of-18 attempts. His long field goal was 45 yards. However, Romaine missed three extra points in 54 attempts. He was 15-of-22 on his field goal tries in 2011.
  3. Isaac Seumalo, C, OSU
    Height: 0-0. Weight: 0.
    40 Time: .
    Projected Round (2015): 2-3.

    12/6/14: Seumalo hasn't played this season because of a foot injury, and the Beavers missed him tremendously. He should return to Oregon State for 2015.

    8/27/14: Seumalo quickly worked his way onto the field as he was made the starting center in his first fall practice as a freshman. Since then, he has been a reliable contributor for Oregon State. As a freshman, he was an honorable mention All-Pac-12 performer. He improved as a sophomore and was a Second-Team pick.

    Seumalo does a nice job of protecting quarterback Sean Mannion. Seumalo could use more strength for the NFL, but he has upside.

    Personal: Son of Joe and Karen Seumalo. His father is the offensive line coach at Oregon State.
  4. Storm Woods, RB, OSU
    Height: 0-0. Weight: 0.
    40 Time: .
    Projected Round (2015): 4-6.

    1/10/15: Woods averaged 6.3 yards per carry in 2014 for 766 yards and five touchdowns. As a receiver, he reeled in 26 receptions for 179 yards and a score. Like the rest of the Oregon State offense, Woods wasn't able to get into a rhythm this season as the Beavers' offensive line was dreadful.

    8/27/14: Woods was banged up in 2013 as he totaled only 127 carries for 477 yards and six touchdowns. The year before, Woods was a freshman sensation who totaled 940 yards and 13 touchdowns while averaging 4.9 yards per carry. The shifty runner is a great receiving back for quarterback Sean Mannion. Woods caught 38 passes for 313 yards as a freshman and followed that up with 47 catches for 440 yards in 2013.


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