2015 NFL Draft: List of Underclassmen Declaring for Draft


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With all but the Super Bowl left to play in the 2014 NFL season, attention is pretty much shifted to the offseason for fans of NFL teams that aren’t based in Seattle or New England which makes the recent announcement of early entrant prospects to the 2015 NFL Draft big news on Monday afternoon.

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74 non-senior college stars will enter the draft early this season in the hopes of cashing in on a professional career after strong seasons in the NCAA, adding some serious talent to the pool of players available for NFL scouts and general managers to choose from this spring.

10 other players, including Brett Hundley along with Marcus Mariota, have graduated to be draft eligible and will available as well. Auburn wideout Sammie Coates also headlines this list as three players who could be drafted highly after graduating early despite having NCAA eligibility in the 2015 season.

The list of 74 early entrants and the 10 graduated draft eligible players are as follows:

1 Nelson Agholor WR Southern California
2 Jay Ajayi RB Boise State
3 Kwon Alexander LB Louisiana State
4 Javorius Allen RB Southern California
5 Arik Armstead DE Oregon
6 Malcom Brown DT Texas
7 Alex Carter DB Stanford
8 B.J. Catalon RB Texas Christian
9 Tevin Coleman RB Indiana
10 Jalen Collins DB Louisiana State
11 Landon Collins DB Alabama
12 Amari Cooper WR Alabama
13 Xavier Cooper DT Washington State
14 Christian Covington DT Rice
15 DaVaris Daniels WR Notre Dame
16 Ronald Darby DB Florida State
17 Mike Davis RB South Carolina
18 Stefon Diggs WR Maryland19 Lorenzo Doss DB Tulane
20 Mario Edwards DE Florida State
21 Durell Eskridge DB Syracuse
22 George Farmer WR Southern California
23 Max Flores LB Northern Colorado
24 Ereck Flowers T Miami
25 Dante Fowler DE Florida
26 Devin Funchess WR Michigan
27 Jacoby Glenn DB Central Florida
28 Eddie Goldman DT Florida State
29 Melvin Gordon RB Wisconsin
30 Dorial Green-Beckham WR Missouri
31 Deontay Greenberry WR Houston
32 Randy Gregory DE Nebraska
33 Todd Gurley RB Georgia
34 Chris Hackett DB Texas Christian
35 Eli Harold DE Virginia
36 Chris Harper WR California
37 Braylon Heard RB Kentucky
38 Gerod Holliman DB Louisville
39 D.J. Humphries T Florida
40 Danielle Hunter DE Louisiana State
41 David Irving DT Iowa State
42 Jesse James TE Penn State
43 Duke Johnson RB Miami
44 Matt Jones RB Florida
45 Tyler Kroft TE Rutgers
46 Ellis McCarthy DT UCLA
47 Benardrick McKinney LB Mississippi State
48 Patrick Miller T Auburn
49 Tyler Moore G Florida
50 Rakeem Nunez-Roches DT Southern Mississippi
51 Andrus Peat T Stanford
52 Breshad Perriman WR Central Florida
53 Marcus Peters DB Washington
54 Jordan Phillips DT Oklahoma
55 Darius Philon DT Arkansas
56 Bradley Pinion P Clemson
57 Jaquel Pitts WR Trinity International
58 Jeremiah Poutasi T Utah
59 Darien Rankin LB North Carolina
60 Shane Ray DE Missouri
61 Josh Robinson RB Mississippi State
62 James Sample DB Louisville
63 Jean Sifrin TE Massachusetts
64 Jaelen Strong WR Arizona State
65 Shaq Thompson LB Washington
66 Max Valles LB Virginia
67 Easton Wahlstrom LS Arizona State
68 Trae Waynes DB Michigan State
69 Leonard Williams DE Southern California
70 Maxx Williams TE Minnesota
71 P.J. Williams DB Florida State
72 Trey Williams RB Texas A&M
73 Jameis Winston QB Florida State
74 T.J. Yeldon RB Alabama

1 Deion Barnes DE Penn State
2 Sammie Coates WR Auburn
3 Zach D’Orazio WR Akron
4 Charles Gaines DB Louisville
5 Dee Hart RB Colorado State
6 Brett Hundley QB UCLA
7 Nigel King WR Kansas
8 Marcus Mariota QB Oregon
9 Donovan Smith T Penn State
10 Tacoi Sumler WR Appalachian State