Earlier this week, we highlighted Draft Scout's updated NFL Draft rankings and which FCS prospects are projected to hear their names called in Rounds 1-7.
A handful of these 20 players have improved their draft stocks compared to two months ago. Whether that's because they showed their skill at the NFL Combine or absolutely crushed their Pro Day, more and more eyes get on FCS prospects the later in the NFL Draft process.
Here are 10 players who have seen their stock rise the most in recent weeks.
10. Damion Jeanpiere Jr., Nicholls WR
Talk about making a strong case for yourself. Jeanpiere Jr. isn't an unknown name for professional scouts. But he gave himself more looks after showing out at his Pro Day. His 4.25-second 40-yard dash and 6.41-second 3-cone drill would have been the fastest times at the NFL Combine for receivers. Jeanpiere Jr. also recorded Top 10 Combine marks in the vertical jump (39 inches) and broad jump (125 inches).
The 6-foot-1, 185-pounder receiver had 850 yards receiving in 2018. He wasn't ranked as an NFL Draft pick until Draft Scout projected him recently as a seventh rounder to a priority free agent.
9. Joshua Miles, Morgan St. OG
Miles showed his explosiveness at the NFL Combine with a 36-inch vertical jump, the best of any offensive lineman there. He wasn't a projected draft pick before the Combine, but now has a seventh-round to priority free agent grade.
At 6-foot-5, 314 pounds, Miles measured in well at the Combine with a nearly 85-inch wingspan.
8. Troy Reeder, Delaware ILB
The presence of many scouts at Delaware's Pro Day to see potential first-round draft pick Nasir Adderley certainly helped to get more eyes on Reeder. His Pro Day performance also helped get more eyes on his film and Reeder has now moved into a seventh-round projection.
The 2015 First Team Freshman All-Big 10 at Penn State turned Delaware transfer and eventual FCS All-American showed great athleticism for his size in the middle of the defense at 6-foot-3, 245 pounds. Reeder had what would have been Top 10 marks at the NFL Combine for inside linebackers: bench press – 27 reps, vertical – 37.5 inches, broad jump – 124 inches, 3-cone – 6.82 seconds.
7. Jimmy Moreland, James Madison CB
One of the more head-scratching FCS products in terms of not getting enough love after standout performances at the East-West Shrine Game and the Senior Bowl, Moreland had to have a big Pro Day after getting snubbed from the Combine. The tape is already there for the 5-foot-11 Florida native who had 18 career interceptions at JMU.
He tested well athletically at two key drills for CBs, running a 4.44-second 40-yard dash along with a 39-inch vertical. Both of those marks would have ranked in the Top 10 for corners at the Combine. Moreland moved into a sixth-round projection by Draft Scout.
Moreland College Stats & Highlights
6. Iosua Opeta, Weber St. OG
The big man's Combine-best 39 reps on the bench got people buzzing. But Opeta tested well in other categories as well as showing off his strength. He recorded Top 10 Combine numbers for offensive linemen in the 40-yard dash (5.02 seconds), vertical (33 inches) and broad jump (112 inches).
The 6-foot-4, 301-pounder went from no projection from Draft Scout two months ago to a projected 6th-7th rounder.
5. Keelan Doss, UC Davis WR
Doss wasn't able to perform at the Combine due to a pectoral injury during the bench press. Regardless, his draft stock continues to rise.
At 6-foot-2, Doss must be impressing in private workouts with teams. After all, it still comes down to what you can do on the field more than any testing numbers. The buzz around his name continues to grow. Doss has gone from a seventh-round projection to a 5th-6th round guy.
Feature: Doss Proud To Represent UC Davis
4. Jacob Dolegala, Central Connecticut St. QB
Once Dolegala got in front of scouts, he's done nothing but improve his draft stock. He's got the size at 6-foot-6 and 234 pounds. But he also showed off his ability to move around and Dolegala's quick release and accuracy has opened eyes.
Draft Scout has him projected as a 6th-7th round pick and he is now the second best QB prospect from the FCS.
3. Jazz Ferguson, Northwestern St. WR
Ferguson measured in at 6-foot-4 and 227 pounds with an 81.5-inch wingspan. He then ran a 4.46-second 40-yard dash with a 37-inch vertical and a 123-inch broad jump. All of those marks were just outside of the Top 10 for WRs at the Combine.
His on-field workouts have gone just as well and Ferguson has risen to a 4th-5th round projection compared to the 6th round prediction in February.
Ferguson College Stats & Highlights
2. Easton Stick, North Dakota St. QB
While no one expected Stick to have a meteoric rise on the NFL Draft boards like Carson Wentz, many expected his seventh-round projection in January to quickly move to the lower-to-mid rounds. But even after competing in the East-West Shrine Game and the NFL Combine, Stick was stuck as a high-round prospect.
That is until Draft Scout moved him to a fourth-round projection. Stick impressed scouts at his Pro Day and is climbing on NFL teams' board with each 1-on-1 meeting he does.
Feature: Stick Creating His Own Journey
1. Drew Forbes, Southeast Missouri St. OG
If any NFL teams that were high on Forbes were hoping to keep him a secret, his Pro Day performance kind of blew up that plan. Forbes wasn't a projected draft pick by Draft Scout in February. He's now listed as a 4th-5th rounder.
At 6-foot-5 and 305 pounds, his 4.87-second 40-yard dash would have been the fastest for an offensive lineman at the Combine. Forbes also had Top 10 marks in the bench press (28 reps), vertical (30.5 inches) and the 3-cone (7.59 seconds).
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