NFL scouts have been watching a lot of top Division I-A quarterbacks such as Louisville’s Teddy Bridgewater, Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel and Clemson Tajh Boyd. However, there are some pretty good NFL prospects in black college football as well.
The MEAC has a host of quality players capable of playing on Sundays. These players should get invited to the NFL combine as well as to some of the postseason college football all-star games.
If you are not familiar with the some of the great players who have come out of the MEAC over the years, the list includes Indianapolis Colts S Antoine Bethea (Howard), Dallas Cowboys LB Justin Durant (Hampton) and New Orleans Saints S Rafael Bush (South Carolina State).
The NFL draft is several months away, but these players could be selected based on their play so far. If not, they could find their way onto NFL rosters as undrafted free agents. read more…