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Looking at Future UT Draft Prospects

Marquez NorthDecent chance:  

WR Von Pearson: He may not be on too many NFL radars yet, but that could easily change in 2015. The junior college transfer was impressive in spurts during the 2014 season despite playing much of the season on a bad ankle. He has pretty good height at 6-3, great ball skills and is extremely athletic. His age (he’ll be 25 by the 2016 NFL Draft) will be a negative and he hasn’t proven himself yet, but he’s naturally talented enough to be considered for a shot.

WR Marquez North: Like Pearson, I’m going mostly off potential for North, a rising junior, since injuries have kept him from living up to his potential production. He looks like the prototypical NFL receiver at 6-4, 220 pounds and he’s had some eye-popping catches in his first two years at UT. That same mock draft that had Sutton at No. 9 next year has North at No. 27. A lot will depend on how his junior year goes, but he’s too big and athletic to be ignored.

S Brian Randolph: currently has him as the No. 12 safety in his class. He’s been one of the most consistent players on the defense over the past two years, and though he’s not huge or an elite athlete, and he’s struggled with some injuries at UT, he’s made enough plays in his career to get a good NFL look. 

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