These are the school's prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft by status * - denotes 2014 prospect ** - denotes 2015 prospect.
This page was last updated March 30, 2013. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.
Brandon McGee, CB, Miami
Height: 5-11. Weight: 193. 40 Time: 4.40. Projected Round (2013): 4-6. 3/30/13: McGee recorded 54 tackles, two interceptions four tackles for a loss, one sack and five pass breakups this year. He has talent, but is inconsistent. McGee had a good week at the East-West Shrine to help his draft stock and continued that with a good performance at the Combine. He is a sleeper who could be a nice value pick.
9/1/12: McGee has some size and quickness to work with, but he needs to become more consistent in his coverage and also produce some splash plays. McGee broke into the starting lineup last year, making 38 tackles and one interception. However, the junior had only two passes broken up on the season.
McGee has a physical skill set that has pushed up many prospects in the past, but he needs to play up to his potential in 2012. McGee was being pushed for his starting job by star freshman Tracy Howard. If McGee can't hold his spot as a senior, he'll fall to the end of the draft or undrafted ranks.
Vaughn Telemaque, FS, Miami
Height: 6-2. Weight: 211. Projected 40 Time: 4.59. Projected Round (2013): 7-FA. 3/30/13: Telemaque had 20 tackles and a forced fumble in 2012. He did not play well against Kansas State in Week 2.
9/2/12: Ray Ray Armstrong received more publicity, but Telemaque is a pro prospect in his own right. He has a nice combination of size and speed. Telemaque totaled 58 tackles with seven passes broken up and three interceptions in 2010. He also forced a fumble and recovered three fumbles.
Telemaque didn't play as well last season, nor did the junior stand out while Armstrong was suspended for five games. Telemaque had 59 tackles with one interception in 2011.
Saying Sanchez is a Millen is silly. He's a 1-mil insurance policy if the QB situation doesn't shake out exactly how the Bears want it to on draft weekend and they don't draft a QB. If they do, a million is all it costs to not roster him. If it goes well he won't take a meaningful snap all year. I'd rather sign Kapernick, but i guess independent thoughts aren't welcome in the NFL unless you're really good.
My picks are based off of potential trades and my knowledge of college football. My picks are completely unbiased. I determine my picks based off the talent at that spot and the needs of the team picking. I am open to all feedback. Enjoy