Steve-o’s Salvos post-draft 2017
You never know when you’ll see future NFL talent when you follow the college game as close as we do. We just happened to be at the right place and snap some of the right pictures at the right time at the games we’ve attended the past few years. You’ll see some surprises along with some of the stars you may have expected to see get drafted by the pros last Thursday through Saturday. Also, check out our pre-draft report from last week prior to the NFL. You’ll see how we did regarding some of the predictions we made.
Ohio State C Pat Elfein (65) pulls left to lead Ezekial Elliot around left end in OSU’s victory over Michigan in 2015. Elfein was taken at # 70 by the Minnesota Vikings.
RB Marlon Mack of South Florida didn’t fare well against Navy when we saw the Midshipman hold him to only 29 yards. He ran all over them in 2016 however, He was selected #143 overall by the Colts.
WR Chris Godwin keeps his feet inbounds for the completion in Penn State’s 2106 Blue-White game. He was the only Nittany Lion selected in this years’s draft at #84 by the Buccaneers.
Tennessee RB Alvin Kumara scores from the 11 late in the first half of the 2015 Outback Bowl against Northwestern. He was picked #67 by the Saints.
Tennessee DE Derek Barnett in pursuit to make a stop at the 2015 Outback Bowl versus Northwestern. He was selected #14 overall by the Eagles.
CB Jamal Agnew of the San Diego Torreros defends a pass against against Marist in their victory in Poughkeepsie this past season. Agnew was one of nine FCS players chosen in the draft. The Lions selected him at # 165.
We saw Cal QB Davis Webb play in a losing cause against Stanford this season as a grad student after transferring from Texas tech. He was selected #87 by the Giants.
We watched Temple OL Dion Dawkins (66) and the Owls play five times in 2016. He was selected at #64 by the Bills.
Temple CB Nate Hairston (15) showed tight coverage against Wake Forest in the 2016 Military Bowl. Because of it, the Colts selected him at #158.
We saw ILB Anthony Walker (18) and Northwestern in bowl games versus Tennessee and Pitt the last two seasons. Three picks after Hairston, the Colts selected him at #161.
Michigan WR Jehu Chesson got hammered against Ohio State in 2015, but the Chiefsselected the school’s leading receiver at # 139.