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NFL Draft 2016: key prospects’ Week 7 performances


Su’a Cravens, S, Southern California

vs. Notre Dame: 10 T, 1.5 TFL
2015 Totals: 41 T, 5.5 TFL, 2 sacks

After pledging his disappointment in losing at Notre Dame, Su’a Cravens dominated not only his assignments, but performed well in extra credit, acting as a weakside linebacker.

Kentrell Brothers, LB, Missouri

vs. Georgia: 17 T
2015 Totals: 91 T (career high), 17 TFL, 3.5 sacks, 2 INT

Kentrell Brothers is only 30 tackles shy of tying the numbers he posted last season (121) and it’s only mid-season. As for other categories, Brothers is potentially one game away from destroying previous stats in his last three seasons combined. As for climbing Jacob’s ladder into the NFL, Brothers is surely a lock in the first round.

Reggie Ragland, LB, Alabama

vs. Texas A&M: 9 T, 1.5 TFL, sack
2015 Totals: 59 T, 4 TFL, 2 sacks

Everett Golson, QB, Florida State

vs. Louisville: 26-for-38, 372 yards, 3 TD

After starting anew after transferring from Notre Dame, Golson premiered his season campaign with the Seminoles with 302 yards and four touchdowns. Fast forwarding to Week 7 against Louisville, Golson continues to extend his streak by means of not surrendering an interception and that’ll likely progress since the Seminoles face Georgia Tech this weekend – a team that ranks 46th in interceptions at six total.

Lewis Neal, DE, Louisiana State

vs. Florida: 10 T, 3.5 TFL, 3 sacks
2015 Totals: 25 T, 8.5 TFL, 6.5 sacks

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