Top 2016 NFL prospects and performances from Week 5

DB Vernon Hargreaves, Florida

Considered by a college football analyst at NFL Network as the top prospect among defensive backs, Hargreaves made that statement more concrete in one of Florida’s top priorities this season against Ole Miss.

vs. Ole Miss: 6 tackles, INT

LB Reggie Ragland, Alabama

vs. Georgia: 8 tackles

LB Eric Striker, Oklahoma

vs. West Virginia: 13 tackles, 2 sacks, 3.5 TFL

OL Ronnie Stanley, Notre Dame

Lining up against Clemson’s Shaq Lawson, Ronnie Stanley had a difficult time restraining the 6-foot-3, 275-pound defensive end, who also evaded Stanley 11 times and allowed Lawson to add three-and-a-half tackles for a loss.

Yeah, that's holding. Notre Dame's Ronnie Stanley can't handle Shaq Lawson.

— Yahoo Sports College Football (@YahooSportsCFB) October 4, 2015

DE Shawn Oakman, Baylor

After finding out he recites passages from Edgar Allan Poe, Shawn Oakman sits at eighth in team tackles (14), first in tackles-for-loss (5.5) and sacks (2).

And despite allowing his quarterback to only throw eight incompletions and letting Shock Linwood (221 yards, 2 TD) run free, the highlight of Oakman being leveled by a Red Raider is something necessary to red-in-the-face about.

Shawn Oakman gets DECLEATED

A video posted by Bleacher Report (@bleacherreport) on Oct 3, 2015 at 4:48pm PDT

Baylor DE Shawn Oakman leaves the field after a crackback block. Checking him along the sidelines.

— Tim Griffin (@TimGriffinBig12) October 3, 2015

Injury Report

OT Jack Conklin, Michigan State

Injured his knee and is listed as doubtful for Rutgers.

Conklin’s replacement, Dennis Finley, ended up breaking his tibia and fibula against Purdue and is out for the season, so the urgency for a Conklin recovery is crucial.

Michigan State's Dennis Finley, starting at LT for Jack Conklin, broke his tibia and fibula vs. Purdue. He's out for the year.

— Yahoo Sports College Football (@YahooSportsCFB) October 3, 2015

RB Corey Clement, Wisconsin

Flew across the pond to have a hernia operated on and will remain inactive for the next four to six weeks.

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