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Here is a list of some small school guys that could make a name for themselves during the all star games and combined.

Kelcia McCray - Safety - Arkansas State - 6'2" 195lbs with excellent speed. Solid form tackler, good in converage especially zones. Didn't play elite competition but did play well in the bowl game and against Virgina Tech. 7th rounder now, could move into 6th or even 5th with a good showing once scouts see

Amini Solatolu - OG - Midwestern State. 6'3" 324lbs. Squat, solid guard who is strong enough to play inside but athletic enough and fleet of foot enough where he could also play tackle. If he can show technical skills during the combine he could cement his status as a late 2nd to mid 3rd round pick.

G.J. Kinne - QB - Tulsa at 6'1" 234lbs a bit short and stocky for a QB. But knows how to read a defense, follows his progressions, doesn't get rattled in the pocket and is pretty tough. Could work his way into round 7 with a good combine showing. Will definitely be on some team and be a 3rd/PS option someone.

Not from a small school but Jarius Wright - WR - Arkansas. Right now considered a 4th round prospect because of his size, 5'10" 180lbs. But will start to turn heads when he posts the fastest time for WR in the combine and then shows skills as a route runner and solid hands. Could move into the 3rd round.

Feel free to post other players you think people should keep an eye out for.

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