2015 NFL Draft: College Football Game Recaps – Week 12

This section breaks down many college football games each week and highlights how 2015 NFL Draft Prospects have performed. Or look at the 2015 NFL Draft Stock page (link coming soon).

By Charlie Campbell.
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Missouri 34, Texas A&M 27
  • There was a good draft matchup in this game with Texas A&M offensive tackle Cedric Ogbuehi taking on Missouri’s dynamic edge-rushing tandem of Shane Ray and Markus Golden. Both of the Tigers’ quarterback hunters play defensive end in college, but look well suited for 3-4 outside linebacker in the NFL. Ray could play outside linebacker in a 4-3 scheme, while Golden could maybe remain as a 4-3 defensive end if he adds weight.

  • Ray is probably going to be drafted first out of this trio, but he had the least impact of the three in this contest. Ray made two plays and had a few pressures against Texas A&M, but otherwise was pretty quiet. In the first quarter, he fired into the backfield to make a tackle for a loss on a perimeter run. In the fourth quarter, Ray slapped left tackle James Harrison’s hands off of him and used his speed to chase down Allen.

    There is no doubt that Ray has fantastic explosive speed off the edge with a great first-step and the ability to close in a heartbeat. He does need to get stronger for the NFL, in part to help him hold up against downhill running. That will probably have to be done at the next level as he probably will enter the 2015 NFL Draft.

  • Golden had an active game for Missouri with some big plays. Late in the first quarter, he showed amazing effort to rush the passer and peel back to run the sideline down field and got in on a tackle. Shortly later, Golden used a swim move to beat the block from a tight end and chase down Allen from behind for a strip-sack. In the second quarter, Golden beat Ogbuehi with a speed rush to sack Allen. Golden had a number of other pressures and illustrated a superb motor. He contributed to a number of run tackles as he totaled nine stops against the Aggies.

    Golden started out 2014 with some huge games before falling quiet while dealing with injuries. He looked much healthier against the Aggies and put forth a tape that will help his bid to be a late first-round or early second-round pick.

  • Ogbuehi had a mixed game. He had Golden blocked early on, but couldn’t sustain it and Golden got a pressure on Kyle Allen. Ogbuehi later had a nice block on a defensive end that saw him hook the end and turn him inside out to spring Texas A&M’s running back for a run of about 15 yards. Ogbuehi allowed a sack to Golden after getting beat on a speed rush around the corner. In the fourth quarter, Ogbuehi almost gave up a sack to Golden, but he got a shove on Golden to push him past Allen.

    While Ogbuehi had a few bad plays, the majority were very good. It is clear that the senior is extremely quick and athletic. He has fast feet and is a natural knee-bender. His amazing feet and agility make him a potential natural left tackle for the NFL. Oghuehi is just missing strength, and that hurts him repeatedly with an inability to sustain blocks after his athleticism gets him in the right position. If Ogbuehi can add strength, he could be an impact starter at the next level.

    Georgia 34, Auburn 7
  • Georgia superstar running back Todd Gurley came back to the field after a four-game suspension and made his presence felt immediately as he returned a kick about 108 yards for a touchdown. However, a holding call took the score away. Gurley ran well in the first half and didn’t show much rust from his time off. He had a nice run after he broke a tackle in the backfield and turned it into 11 yards. In the first half, Gurley injured his left elbow, but he kept playing with a big brace on his arm and still used power to run through tacklers.

    Gurley was his typical self with yards after contact and his fabulous burst. He had a short touchdown run midway through the third quarter. Gurley kept coming as he stiff-armed one defender away and broke another tackle for a 31-yard run. With less than six minutes remaining in the game and Georgia up by 20, Gurley ran between the tackles went down with a knee injury. He walked into the locker room, so there was hope that he dodged a bullet, but the news is that he has torn his ACL. Gurley totaled 138 yards on 29 carries. Once again, he was impressive and looks worthy of a top 20-pick.

  • Auburn junior wide receiver Sammie Coates had to step up as the Tigers were without their leading receiver, Duke Williams. Coates has a first-round skill set, but it wasn’t on display against Georgia. It isn’t all his fault as the Auburn offense struggles to pass the ball. In the third quarter, Coates dropped an easy reception as he let the ball get into his body rather than extending his hands. Coates finished with three receptions for 31 yards. He should probably return for his senior year, but given the way Auburn runs the ball, you can’t blame him if he enters the 2015 NFL Draft if healthy at the end of the year.

  • Georgia redshirt sophomore Leonard Floyd is a dangerous pass-rusher who has been dealing with a shoulder injury. His run defense was exposed against Florida, and as a result he was benched against Kentucky. Versus Auburn, Floyd received more playing time and came up with a bounceback performance.

    Floyd made a tackle on a pass in the flat in the first quarter. Early in the second quarter, he read a wide receiver screen to Sammie Coates and blew it up for a loss. Floyd made a few good tackles in run defense and looked rejuvenated. Late in the fourth quarter, he burned the right tackle with a speed rush for a sack-fumble. This was a good tape for Floyd, but he would probably improve his draft standing by returning to school and getting stronger.

  • Georgia linebackers Jordan Jenkins, Ramik Wilson and Amarlo Herrara were in the same boat as Floyd with disappointing play against Florida that impacted their playing time against Kentucky. They all played a lot better against Auburn. In the fourth quarter, Herrera made a nice play to read the eyes of Nick Marshall and undercut a pass for an interception. That was a good play for Herrara as he has had some struggles in pass coverage. All three of these Bulldogs needed to produce a good tape and they did.

    Florida State 30, Miami 26
  • Florida State redshirt sophomore quarterback Jameis Winston carried the Seminoles to an undefeated season last year and continues to do the same in 2014. Once again, he showed he’s a comeback kid who can bring his team back from a big deficit. If Florida State had an average college quarterback, the program would have lost multiple times already this season.

    Winston and the Seminoles offense couldn’t get in a groove in the first quarter. He had an inaccurate throw to miss an open receiver in the middle of the field and had an interception broken up a play later on a terrible throw. Just before halftime, Winston threw a pass deep for Rashad Greene but the deep safety came over the top to intercept the pass.

    In the third quarter, Winston threw a nice pass to O’Leary on an out route and hit Kermit Whitfield for a gain of 29 yards on another cross. Winston had a well-thrown pass to the end zone dropped by Ermon Lane. His next pass was all luck as the ball was deflected into the air by a linebacker and running back Karlos Williams caught the ball with a short run for an 11-yard touchdown.

    Winston made some other clutch throws to move the chains on two field goal drives and the game-winning touchdown possession. He ended up completing 25-of-42 passes for 304 yards with one touchdown and an interception. Once again, Winston illustrated phenomenal anticipation on a number of throws. He had some mistakes, but he continues to prove to be an elite quarterback prospect on the field; the only questions regarding him are his off-the-field makeup.

  • A prospect who stood out as being NFL ready was Miami senior middle linebacker Denzel Perryman. He was excellent against the Seminoles. All night, Perryman made tackles in the ground game. On the first play from scrimmage, Perryman flew to the perimeter and took out the back on a screen for a loss of a yard. Perryman stuffed another run for a short gain as he showed his strength by yanking down the running back with one arm. He also made a nice tackle in pass coverage after getting deep in zone.

    Perryman had tight coverage in the third quarter, but had a pass fly by him for a completion to O’Leary. Even though O’Leary made a catch, the vast majority of linebackers couldn’t have had the athletic tight end covered as closely as Perryman did. Perryman showed his open-field tackling ability when he caught a receiver on a quick slant and slammed him into the turf. Perryman also pummeled O’Leary to force an incompletion.

    Overall, Perryman gave NFL evaluators a tape that illustrated he’s ready to play on Sundays. This performance illustrates why Perryman belongs as a late first-round or early second-round pick.

  • The Hurricanes got talented left tackle Ereck Flowers back for this game after having meniscus surgery three weeks ago. He was excellent and won his blocks throughout the first half. Flowers cleared out a big hole for a nice run by Johnson in the second quarter. Flowers was even better in pass protection. He had no issues with his defensive ends, and the only plays on which he allowed some pressure from his side was from defensive backs blitzing off the edge. Miami also hurt Flowers by not letting him line up with some depth on those plays. Flowers is an impressive prospect who not many are talking about. This tape will help his draft grade.

  • Miami junior running back Duke Johnson was red hot entering the game and continued his strong play. Early on, he didn’t find a lot of running room, but still managed to impress on a few plays. In the first quarter, Johnson ran through cornerback P.J. Williams in the backfield to avoid a loss on a run. Johnson had a nice short, touchdown run using the little blocking he had to get to the corner. Late in the second quarter, Johnson got open on a wheel route and made a falling catch for 22 yards.

    Johnson ripped off an impressive 28-yard run showing his speed to fire to into the second level and weave around tacklers. He totaled 130 yards on 27 carries with four receptions for 37 yards. Johnson looks like a potential three-down starter in the NFL and is really improving his draft standing.

  • Miami senior tight end Clive Walford had an impressive overall game. It started with a low-light as he fumbled the ball away after getting stripped by Jalen Ramsey. Walford responded to that with some big plays. He got ran into the secondary for a reception of about 20 yards on a great read by the quarterback. In the second quarter, Walford got open down the seam and was hit about 10 yards past the line of scrimmage. He broke two tackles en route to a 61-yard touchdown. Walford finished with 127 yards on four receptions. He showed more speed and athleticism than he has in other games. This was an impressive performance that could help Walford to be a second-day pick.

  • Lastly, Florida State junior cornerbacks Ronald Darby and P.J. Williams are potential early-rounders who had eventful nights. In the first quarter, Philip Dorsett beat Darby on a deep post to get open by a few steps running down the middle field for a 27-yard touchdown. Darby came back to push Dorsett out of bounds on a jump ball in the end zone. Darby has coverage ability, but that touchdown by Dorsett against off-man coverage from Darby is disappointing.

    In the first quarter, Williams came close to a tackle for a loss on Johnson, but missed the tackle. Williams later made an open-field tackle on Dorsett to save a touchdown, though for the next play, Dorsett beat Williams to get open in the end zone, but an inaccurate pass led to an incompletion. Williams is a physical edge defender, but he isn’t as good at preventing separation. He looks better as a zone corner for the NFL.

    Wisconsin 59, Nebraska 24
  • This game featured a great draft matchup with Nebraska junior defensive end Randy Gregory going against the Badgers star junior tailback Melvin Gordon. Gordon’s pass protection could be challenged by Gregory, while the defender’s run defense would be challenged by Wisconsin’s tremendous running game.

    In the first quarter, Gordon showed patience to set up a block and then he bounced outside to bolt down the sideline for a 42-yard gain. It was his 17th run of the year of over 40 yards, and he would add to that impressive stat a few more times. A little bit later, Gordon didn’t have a hole and got drilled by a safety. He was holding the ball loose and fumbled the ball away.

    Gordon made up for it early in the second quarter when he took a run off right tackle and darted down the sideline. Gordon broke a tackle from safety Corey Cooper along the sideline and was gone for a 62-yard touchdown run. It was a great move to dodge Cooper with a hurdle and shove.

    Gordon fumbled the ball away again as it got away from his body while being taken to the ground. Once again, he answered with a huge play. Gordon had a run stuffed and was shoved backward, but he dodged two defenders, including Gregory, to bolt downfield for a 39-yard run. That set up a Badgers touchdown on the next play. On the next possession, Gordon juked safety Nate Gerry out of his jock on a 44-yard run. At halftime, Gordon had 16 carries for 238 yards with the score.

    Gordon kept dominating in the third quarter, including taking off on a 43-yard run on a jet sweep. On the next play, he charged into the gut of Gregory for a one-yard touchdown. Gordon later ran around the right side for a 68-yard jaunt. He then darted into the end zone on a six-yard run. On the final play of the third quarter, Gordon came off the right tackle and ran through two defenders for a 26-yard touchdown. Before the start of the fourth quarter, Gordon had 408 yards on 25 carries with four touchdowns.

    That was Gordon’s final stat line as Wisconsin didn’t run him in the fourth quarter. This was a historic game as he set the NCAA single-game rushing record. Obviously, Gordon set the Wisconsin single game rushing record as well, breaking one previously held by Ron Dayne (339 yards).

    This game will vault Gordon’s Heisman hopes, but it gives NFL evaluators further evidence that Gordon is a dominant runner. He has great acceleration, vision, and underrated toughness to pick up yards after contact and run through arm tackles. This is another tape that illustrates why Gordon is worthy of a first-round pick, a tough feat for a running back.

  • The game started well for Gregory. On the first play from scrimmage, he held his ground at the line of scrimmage and shed the blocker to take down Gordon for a loss of one yard. Gregory came close to a sack with a shed of the left tackle and speed to the inside, but Joel Stave got the ball off. For the next play, Gregory came close to another sack. On Gordon’s final touchdown run, Gregory was taken out by the right tackle on the play and had to be helped off the field by trainers as he seemed to have suffered a leg injury.

    This tape won’t help or hurt Gregory’s draft stock significantly. He started the game strongly, but was worn down like the rest of the Nebraska defense.

  • Nebraska senior running back Ameer Abdullah has had a huge season, but he has been banged up by injury lately. In the first quarter, Abdullah had an nice run getting through some trash and making a tackler miss for 13 yards. Abdullah ran hard against Wisconsin, but he didn’t see a lot of great lanes.

    In the third quarter, Abdullah had a nice reception of 26-yards on a screen pass with yards after contact. However shortly later, he fumbled the ball away after getting stood up and having the ball ripped out. Abdullah came close to a fumble later in the third quarter and was out of sync with his quarterback for a botched handoff that was recovered by Wisconsin.

    Abdullah finished with 69 yards on 18 carries. As a runner, he was more impressive than the numbers indicate. Abdullah made unblocked defenders miss while running with excellent pad level and body lean. However across his career, Abdullah has shown that he has ball-security issues that need to get worked on for the NFL. He looks like a second-day prospect.

    Virginia Tech 17, Duke 16
  • Duke senior guard Laken Tomlinson is a potential draft pick who can be a physical run-blocker. Tomlinson had a strong junior season, but he had problems in pass protection against the Hokies as their speed rushers were able to have some success against him. Thus, this game could give NFL evaluators evidence of Tomlinson improving in this aspect of his game. Virginia Tech has a talented defensive line led by senior end Dadi Nicolas.

    Nicolas had a nice tackle for a loss in the first quarter and some pass pressure, but late in the quarter, Nicolas ran out of his gap as Duke let him come unblocked and the Blue Devils slipped inside him for a run of 15 yards. It was poor gap integrity for Nicolas.

    In the fourth quarter, Nicolas came on a stunt down the middle to chase down the quarterback for a sack. Late in the game, Nicolas beat the right tackle to the inside to get close to another sack, but he drew an intentional grounding penalty. Duke’s right tackle really struggled to block Nicolas.

    Overall, Nicolas had a quality game as a pass-rusher, but he didn’t impress with his run defense. For the NFL, Nicolas looks like a backup and situational pass-rusher.

    Tomlinson was solid in the ground game, but he wasn’t blasting lineman off the line. In the second quarter, Tomlinson was late to pick up a blitz and was fortunate to not have given up a sack. Tomlinson has talent, but he needs more development. He isn’t overly strong or fast or athletic. Tomlinson looks like a mid-rounder.

  • Duke safety Jeremy Cash is a NFL prospect, and he had a good game with the exception of one play that was a backbreaker for the Blue Devils. On the first play, Cash fired into the backfield to get a tackle for a loss. In the second quarter on a third down, Cash had good coverage on a receiver and slapped a pass way for an incompletion. Just before halftime, Cash flew into the backfield to start a sack of the quarterback at a critical point to knock the Hokies out of field goal range and drain the clock to halftime.

    In the fourth quarter, Cash was beaten on a slant for a 16-yard touchdown pass to Virginia Tech’s big tight end. Cash was in man coverage in the slot and allowed the receiver to get separation. It was the game-winning score for Virginia Tech. Cash is only a redshirt junior, so he should return for his senior year.

    Alabama 25, Mississippi State 20
  • Mississippi State junior quarterback Dak Prescott is one of the favorites for the Heisman Trophy, and he has been massively improved over his performance as a sophomore. Prescott had a big opportunity and challenge taking his No. 1 ranked team to Alabama.

    In the first half, Prescott had some well-thrown passes along the sideline dropped by his receivers. Mississippi State had a nice drive going before Prescott telegraphed a throw on a third-and-long. His receiver had defenders all around him, and it was a late throw that was picked off by Nic Perry.

    Prescott then had a receiver wide open running into the corner of the end zone for a short touchdown, but he sailed the throw out of bounds.

    In the third quarter, Prescott started throwing the ball better with some completions along the sideline and in the middle of the field. Prescott made a great ball fake on a play-action and threw a 26-yard pass to a wide open Josh Robinson. However, Prescott made a critical mistake with an interception in the end zone to Cyrus Jones. It was poorly thrown and too short. The ball floated right to Jones to take away a scoring opportunity for Mississippi State.

    Mississippi State’s defense forced a punt and the return set up Prescott in Alabama territory. Prescott finally found some running room with a carry of 22 yards. To finish the drive, Prescott threw a quick slant for a touchdown in the first minute of the fourth quarter.

    Precott moved the ball on his next drive with some precision throws, including some clutch plays working through his progressions to convert third downs. However, deep in Alabama territory, defensive tackle A’Shawn Robinson tipped a pass from Prescott and safety Landon Collins made a diving interception to basically put the game away for Alabama. It was Prescott’s third pick of the game, but wasn’t really his fault.

    Prescott finished completing 27-of-48 passes for 290 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions. His draft stock won’t be helped by this game. He needs to improve his accuracy, ball placement and decision-making. Prescott should return for his senior year and develop his passing before going to the NFL.

  • Collins gave NFL evaluators an interesting tape. He is the consensus top safety for the 2015 NFL Draft and a future first-round pick with top-16 potential. Early in the game, Collins made an excellent open field tackle running over to the sideline to snuff out a play. Throughout the day, Collins made a number of tough run tackles.

    In pass coverage, Collins missed a tackle on running back Josh Robinson in the flat. He laid out a hard hit on a tackle downfield on a receiver after Collins came over from zone coverage.

    Collins later made a diving interception, and it was a great catch, but if the pass hadn’t been deflected, the receiver had a few steps on Collins for what could have been a big play for the Bulldogs. Collins was then late picking up a receiver in the middle of the field, and that led to a chunk play. Collins also had zone coverage in the middle of the field and a receiver got open right behind him for a short touchdown reception with 15 seconds remaining.

    This game illustrates Collins well as a prospect for the NFL. He is a first-round safety, as he is a physical defender who is quick and athletic. He is a strong tackler and reliable as the eighth man in the box. However, he isn’t a rangy coverage guy who can isolate on slot receivers or dangerous tight end weapons. Collins is more of a strong safety than a free safety, and the latter is in higher demand.

  • Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper continued his impressive season against Mississippi State. Cooper high-pointed a reception for a short touchdown reception coming out of the slot in the second quarter. Alabama quickly got the ball back, and they threw a bomb for Cooper. He went up over two defenders to make a leaping reception at the goal line for a 50-yard gain.

    Cooper caught eight passes for 88 yards against the Bulldogs. This tape will only serve to confirm his top-20 grade.

  • Alabama running back T.J. Yeldon was quiet for most of the game until he took the game over with a huge drive in the fourth quarter. Yeldon showed his smooth running as he weaved his way through defenders and picked up yards after contact. He scored on a 7-yard run that was the deciding touchdown. Yeldon finished with 72 yards on 16 carries and two receptions for 16 receiving yards. This was a solid tape for him.

  • Mississippi State junior inside linebacker Bernardrick McKinney is one of the top prospects for the 2015 NFL Draft at his position. McKinney was active and made a lot of tackles against Alabama. McKinney showed his three-down ability on a few plays, as he made a nice read to pick up the fullback being sent to the flat and forced an incompletion. He also flew over to the flat to bury the tight end with a hard hit. McKinney attacked the line consistently and got some tackles for no gain. He then had a nice tackle for a loss. This was a solid tape for him, and he looks like he’s ready to start right now in the NFL. He should be a late first-round pick or early second-round pick.

    South Carolina 23, Florida 20
  • There was a good draft matchup in this game with Florida junior outside linebacker Dante Fowler taking on South Carolina left tackle Corey Robinson and left guard A.J. Cann. Fowler is a potential top-20 pick, while the two blockers are day-two prospects. Cann and Robinson both have a strength as run blockers, and defending downhill runs is Fowler’s weakness. Conversely, Fowler is a dangerous pass-rusher, and handling speedy rushers is the negative for Robinson and Cann.

    On the first drive of the game, Robinson and Cann opened up a big hole for Brandon Wilds to bolt into the end zone from about 25 yards out. Shortly later at midfield on a fourth-and-2, Fowler busted through the line to stuff a run for a loss, but Fowler was called for a personal foul facemask that gave the Gamecocks a huge first down. Robinson then power blocked Fowler downfield about 10 yards to blow him out of his gap. Fowler was run over by Mike Davis, and that sent Fowler to the sideline with attention from the training staff.

    Fowler played better after that. He came close to a safety, but Dylan Thompson was able to help force a third down incompletion. Fowler then took the head off Davis on a pass in the flat with a furious hit. That stuffed the third down play and forced a punt.

    A bit later in the third quarter, Fowler blew by the right tackle with a speed rush to the inside. As he was taking Thompson to the ground, the quarterback got the ball off to avoid a sack, but that forced a long field goal that was missed. Fowler then used his speed and agility to get under the right tackle for a sack.

    Florida typically sent Fowler against the right tackle because they had a mismatch there. Robinson and Cann did well in the ground game, and each one showed that they can get themselves in bad positions with speed rushers. This performance should only serve to confirm the draft grades for these three prospects.

  • South Carolina running back Mike Davis has been hampered with injuries this year, and that continued against Florida. On one of the first plays of the game, Davis was hit hard by linebacker Neiron Ball and injured his shoulder. He went into the locker room, but came back to the field and gutted it out.

    Davis ran the ball physically even though he didn’t see a lot of good running lanes as he picked up yards after contact. Davis showed his power to convert a third-and-2 by running through a few defenders. His receiving ability was on display, as Davis caught a pass on the run and rumbled down the field for a 27-yard gain. A few plays later on the goal line, Davis dropped a pitch, but it rolled forward and Davis dived on the ball for a game-tying touchdown with 12 seconds remaining. Davis finished with 56 yards on 15 carries with 23 yards on two receptions. This tape illustrates that Davis is more of a day-two pick rather than a first-rounder.

    USC 38, Cal 30
  • If the Oakland Raiders land the No. 1 pick and don’t trade down, the consensus player that they would take is USC junior defensive lineman Leonard Williams. The defensive lineman showed why he is held in such high esteem, as Cal really struggled to block him.

    In the second quarter, Williams bull rushed the right tackle right into quarterback Jared Goff and took down the quarterback for a sack. Williams then burned the right guard with a fast swim move and closed on Goff in a heartbeat for another sack. He flew into the signal-caller and put him down hard.

    Williams got in on a number of run tackles and consistently was putting hard hits on Goff. Williams put tons of heat on the quarterback. He used his speed to fire by offensive lineman and was too strong for them to sustain blocks. Williams showed the ability to play base defensive end, slide inside to tackle, and hold up in the ground game. Officially, Williams was credited with eight tackles and 1.5 sacks.

    Williams can do it all with rush the quarterback, stop the run, and cause havoc in the backfield. He would be a great fit in a 4-3 defense as an end on running downs who slides inside in passing situations. Williams could be an impact end in a 3-4 defense as well. This tape justified Williams’ draft grade as a top 10-pick.

  • USC junior wide receiver Nelson Agholar had a monster game, and that isn’t surprising considering Cal’s secondary is awful. Still, Agholar was dominant, and the Bears were completely inept when it came to covering Agholar. To start the game, Agholar had a number of good routes and receptions to move the ball. He had a reception in his hands, but couldn’t hang onto the ball after getting hit by linebacker Hardy Nickerson. However, he hung on for the score on the next play in a small window with a slant.

    Agholar continued to dominate the Cal secondary in the second quarter when he caught his second touchdown pass. He ripped off yards in chunks with excellent runs after the catch. In the fourth quarter, however, Agholar dropped another pass, and it would have gone for a long gain as he had a big opening in front of him.

    Agholar totaled 16 receptions for 216 yards with two touchdowns. He showed scouts that he has speed to get open and is dangerous after the catch. However, Agholar has illustrated that he doesn’t have great hands as he does drop passes.

    Agholar is around 6-foot, 190-pounds with good, but not great speed. Since Agholar is not overly big or fast with occasional drops, that pushes Agholar into Round 2, similarly to Marqise Lee and Robert Woods.


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