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Right now, Shaheen is a small-school tight end who left lower-level Ashland University after his junior season. After the combine, he very well could be a hottest prospect in the 2017 NFL Draft. That may seem strange considering Ashland has only had three players taken in the draft. But Shaheen is a 6¡¯6, 277-pound former basketball player who should test well.
The point of the combine is to get medical checks and true measurements of players. The latter could have just as big of an impact for a few players. While teams know the true size of senior prospects, they¡¯ll eagerly anticipate hearing about the underclassmen who entered the draft. For Stanford defensive lineman Solomon Thomas, measurements will matter the most. Thomas¡¯ draft range is right around the top 10, and if he has good arm length, he could secure a high spot. If he¡¯s smaller than expected, teams will wonder what position in the NFL suits him the best.
Youth Drew Brees Jersey Dupre has first-round talent, but in 2016 he had mid-round production. Until pulling in seven catches for 139 yards, he had just 34 receptions for 454 yards and three touchdowns on the season. It wasn¡¯t much fault of his own, however. As a team last season LSU threw less than 300 passes on the season, and the team¡¯s quarterback play was often spotty. At the combine, Dupre will need a good week showing off his measurables and ability to catch the ball.
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Going into the season, Kaaya carried some buzz as a potential first-round pick. Statistically, Kaaya had a nice season, completing 62 percent of his passes and throwing 27 touchdowns to only seven interceptions. Digging deeper, there are some concerns. When pressured, Kaaya¡¯s footwork falls apart, and his accuracy goes down. Since he¡¯s not much of a mover in the pocket, that can be a problem.