Here is a recap of the player interviews that were conducted on the field after Tuesday's practice by the East team. Typically, these interviews with area scouts are to set up longer, formal interviews for a night during the week. While teams say they "talk" to every player, teams do not take the time to conduct formal interviews with every draft prospect, so this can be a clue as to which players are on their radar.
Arizona - Arizona quarterback Matt Scott
Atlanta - Texas Tech quarterback Seth Doege, Nevada safety Duke Williams, Middle Tennessee State wide receiver Amos Anthony
Chicago - SMU running back Zach Line, Kansas safety Bradley McDougald
Cleveland - Colorado defensive end Will Pericak
Jacksonville - Portland State kicker Zach Brown, Ohio State linebacker Nathan Williams, Iowa State linebacker A.J. Klein
Kansas City - Arizona State punter Josh Hubner
New York Jets - Western Michigan quarterback Alex Carder, Texas A&M running back Christine Michael, Mississippi State defensive tackle Josh Boyd, Utah State running back Kerwynn Williams, USC defensive end Wes Horton
San Diego - Utah State running back Kerwynn Williams, Ohio State linebacker Nathan Williams
San Francisco - Notre Dame safety Zeke Motta, SMU running back Zach Line
Walt, I want to say that you gave the Cowboys a realistic draft. I liked the strategy of going after a CB in the 1st and then come back for another CB in the 3rd. I believe the quality of Cbs will be greater at the end of the 1st round verses DE. Adoree allows Dallas to say good-by to Lucky Whitehead. Scandrick has been in and out so I'm glad to see another CB picked in the 3rd round. Xavier in the 4th covers our Safety concern and Rivers gives the Boys a DE. Derek may not be a War Daddy, but he will help in the Marinelli rotation. I think we might look for a QB (CJ Beathard) or RB (Aaron Jones) in the 6th, but it could be a WR also. Nice job and I would be pleased if we came away with this draft..!!
Has anyone seen the d3 kid out of Minot State. ,46 plus yards per punt, multiple over 70 yards while running for his life. Aaron Ladeaux, played on a team that couldn't protect him. Dark horse, but a real talent.