There are plenty of mid-to-late round prospects in this weekend's college all-star game.
East squad players to watch
Earl Wolf SS NC State-hard hitter with good size and quickness. Wolf excels at playing downhill (run support, blitzing, and blowing up short passes). He needs to prove he has NFL center-fielder instincts to improve his draft stock.
Geral Hodges LB PSU-This kid should have been invited to the Senior Bowl.
T. J. Johnson OC/OG South Carolina-Tough guy with good size (6'5, 320) and good athleticism.
Zac Stacy RB Vanderbilt
Trey Wilson CB Vanderbilt - A ballhawk with return ability. 4 career pick sixes.
West squad players to watch
Devonte Holloman LB S Carolina - This is one of my favorite players in the draft. Holloman is a converted safety. He is 6'2 241, but still maintains safety-like agility and quickness. He is a very effective blitzer and has the size/speed ratio to match up with athletic TEs in pass coverage. Holloman could be a 3-4 ILB or 4-3 outside linebacker. He could also put on 5 or 10 more pounds and play 3-4 outside linebacker. He has Timmons-like quickness. At times, he lacks discipline and he must improve his play diagnosis quickness. Still, he is so athletic that he played safety (at 240+ pounds) late this year when the secondary had injury issues. Evan at 240+, he looked pretty good out there on the back half. He is probably not as fast as Alec Ogeltree, but he does possess a similar skill set.
Micah Hyde CB Iowa
Jasper Collins WR Mt Union
Christine Michael RB Texas A & M- He has NFL starter-quality ability. However, he has not been completely healthy since early in the 2011 season.
Joseph Fauria TE UCLA - huge, smooth athletic basketball-type athlete.
Jahleel Addae SS Central Michigan - Really stood out in their bowl game. Made plays all over the field.
Chad Bumphis WR Mississippi St
These are just a few of the draftable players in this game. There are many others, including several smaller school players. Check it out.