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Michigan State defensive lineman Malik McDowell still has believe he is worthy of a top-five pick as he continues to prove that he can be an exceptional all-around talent.
After receiving high praise from his college coach, Deshaun Watson has the resume and skill set to be one of the top quarterbacks selected in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Pass rushing specialist Takk McKinley thrives on creating chaos and knows his grandmother will be proud of the promise he's going to keep that he once made to her.
With Washington wide receiver John Ross's speed certainly not being an issue as he approaches his NFL dream, he now wants build him up smarts when stepping onto a professional field.
One of the most talented running backs in this year's class, Dalvin Cook understands that he needs to his part to remain an early pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.
While Garrett Bolles had some troubled teenage years, the offensive tackle has redirected his life and turned heads last season at Utah.
Although Derek Barnett's workouts in front of scouts have been riddled with setbacks, but the Tennessee defensive end has a body of work he will rely on in this year's draft.
Athletic University of Miami tight end David Njoku's lack of experience doesn't scare him away from the reality that he will soon be playing against elite defensive talent.
LSU safety Jamal Adams understands the evolving nature of his position and hopes to bring leadership to the NFL team that drafts him, even as a rookie.
After being overlooked in high school because of size and receiving hesitance from NFL scouts about his arm measurements, Forrest Lamp is ready to show why he belongs.
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