Weekly Prospect Matchups: NFL Draft Watch: Week 13

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BYU vs Notre Dame, 3: 30 on NBC

– Two 7-3 teams.

– Real matchup to watch is between linebacker Kyle Vehicle Noy of BYU and Notre Dame LT Zack Martin.

– Van Noy is frequently ranked inside the top 30 among potential customers, and while I don’t see him very at that level that does not imply he isn’t impressive

— Van Noy’s best skill is his versatility. He usually ranges up as a stand up rusher next to three down lineman. He doesn’t display a lot of bend, but Vehicle Noy has a great motor and active hands. He’s extremely intense crashing down from the backside.

– Martin plays with a actually wide base and loves to shuffle to mirror (stay with) advantage rushers. His future might be in guard, but he’s a second day type.

Texas A& M vs LSU, 3: thirty on CBS

— I love this game, and even though a lot of the focus will be on the quarterbacks, I am excited for the WRs.

— This group of three, Texas A& M’s Mike Evans and LSU’s Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham Jr. are three of the best in going up and getting it at the catch point. I expect all three to declare.

– Certainly the QBs are important pieces and there might not be QBs who trust their WRs more in contested situations than Manziel and Mettenberger. It is a skill that is becoming very popular at the NFL level.

Baylor vs Oklahoma State, almost eight: 00 on ABC

– I’ve got to give an additional shoutout to my guy Shawn Oakman. He’s still not getting enough attention.

– Bryce Small has really picked up momentum. Their placement to every level of the field is actually impressive.

– The real matchup is on the outside. Baylor WR Antwan Goodley is stouter than the majority of receivers but is a ridiculous sportsman. He does not mind getting actual physical with corners, which plays directly into Oklahoma State’s more aggressive strategy. Justin Gilbert could be a first rounder and has returned to his 2011 form.

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