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Mason Kinsey was the last ranked WR (ranked 57th) with a profile, in Dane Brugler's Draft Guide.

203 receptions for 3343 yards and 50 TD's in 43 games (35 starts). 3 time All-Conference and 3rd team All-American as a senior. 

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5'10, 198lbs, 32 1/2 inch arms, 9 1/8 inch hands, 74 1/2 inch wingspan, 4.64 40-time, 37 1/2 vertical jump, 10'05 broad jump, 4,34 short-shuttle, 7.30 three cone, 16 reps on the bench.

"A no-star recruit out of high school, Mason Kinsey was a two-time all-region receiver at Habersham Central, earning team MVP honors. He went overlooked as a recruit and landed at Division-III Berry College in the northwest corner of Georgia (the team went 39-6 in his four years). He leaves the program with almost every receiving record in school history, setting the conference records for career receiving yards (3,343) and touchdown grabs (50). An ultra-competitor, Kinsey is a route technician, using coordinated footwork to sink and separate at the top of patterns. He is quick to locate the football and flashes an extra gear when tracking downfield. He doesn't lack toughness, but defenders can knock him off his path and out-muscle him at the catch point. Kinsey has ordinary size and speed and faces a massive jump in competition, but he has a knack for finding the blind spot of defenders, finishing catches and out-working everyone else." - Dane Brugler.

Two other UDFA WR's, WR Nick Westbrook (6'3, 211lbs and 4.51) and Kristian Wilkerson (6'1, 199lbs and 4.49), comes in at 70 and 99, respectively. 

Edited by Bloeddyr

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DT Teair Tart from FIU seems like an interesting player. 10 starts over the past two seasons with 51 tackles, 19 TFL's, 6 sacks and 2 forced fumbles. He's been bouncing about at a couple of JUCO's and a military academy prior to FIU. Measured in a shade under 6'3 and 304lbs with 33 3/4 inch arms at the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.

Again, this is from Dane Bruglers Draft Guide.
"A no-star recruit out of high school, Teair (Tea-air) Tart was basketball-focused growing up when he was discovered by a football coach, helping him transfer to West Philadelphia and start playing football prior to his junior year. For various reasons, he attended four different institutions in the three years after high school and at one point was considered a top-10 JUCO recruit with an offer from Alabama before it was rescinded. He ended up at FIU, where he led the team in tackles for loss as a senior. Tart is smooth mover for 300-plus pounds, pouncing out of his stance to attack gaps or extend into blockers. However, he is  very uneven performer, falling off balance or allowing his rush to stall when his first step is halted. The mental mistakes pile up (nine penalties in 2019). Overall, Tart is a well-traveled prospect due to questionable discipline and football character, but the skill level is there for an NFL team looking to catch lightning in a bottle." - Dane Brugler.

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Good highlight video of Wilkerson

He’s officially my choice for annual offseason UDFA that defies the odds and becomes a guy that makes the final 53

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If we do have a preseason, Wilkerson and this Kinsley guy, with McDonald passing, is enough to make the 4th quarters "fun" in those games.

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If yall were curious, I went ahead and compiled the stats on the UDFAs from BCS schools:

Nick Westbrook: In 2019, had 572 receiving yards, and 5TDs.  He had 590 and 4 in 2018, but as a sophomore, in 2016, he had 995 yards and 6 TDs.  Seemed to have a redshirt year in 2017.

Kyle Williams: In 2019, had 482 receiving yards and 2TDs.  He had 449 and 2 in 2018, but like Westbrook, had better production as a sophomore: 763 yards and 7TDs.

Tommy Hudson: Blocking tight end, but had 112 receiving yards in 2019.  66 in 2018, and no career TDs.

Cameron Scarlett: 840 yards rushing with 7TDs, and 240 receiving in 2019.  In 2018, he only had 330 rushing yards, but still had 8TDs, and 109 receiving yards and 1TD.  As a sophomore, he had very little production in yards, but still ran for 8TDs, so he was being used in red zone situations.

Teair Tart (2018 numbers in parentheses): 32 tackles (19), 10.5 TFLs (7), 1.5 sacks (4), 5QBH (0), 1FF (1).  That's a lot of penetration for how little he contributed overall.

Khaylan Kearse-Thomas: 66 tackles (34), 12 TFL (6), 4.5 sacks (2), 2 PDs (0), 1QBH (1), and 1 FF (0).  He also had an interception in 2018.

Cale Garrett: 43 tackles (112), 5 TFL (6.5), 2 sack (1), 2PDs (1), 2QBH (6), and 3 INTs.  Only played 5 games in 2019, but looks like he was getting much better at penetrating the OLine.  Just for posterity, here's his stat line if he played 12 games: 103 tackles, 12 TFLs, 5 sacks, 5 PDs, 5QBHs, and 7 INTs.  That's a damn good stat line for a UDFA.

While I was at it, I went and watched the SC tape for Garrett, since he has such an impressive stat line: excellent at reading the backfield, good at reading the QB's eyes, always around the ball, and high motor.  However, not quick enough to be a read and react type LB, and not very fast, not very strong.  Seems like a great practice squad candidate.

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1 hour ago, Daniel said:

If yall were curious, I went ahead and compiled the stats on the UDFAs from BCS schools:

Nick Westbrook: In 2019, had 572 receiving yards, and 5TDs.  He had 590 and 4 in 2018, but as a sophomore, in 2016, he had 995 yards and 6 TDs.  Seemed to have a redshirt year in 2017.

Kyle Williams: In 2019, had 482 receiving yards and 2TDs.  He had 449 and 2 in 2018, but like Westbrook, had better production as a sophomore: 763 yards and 7TDs.

Tommy Hudson: Blocking tight end, but had 112 receiving yards in 2019.  66 in 2018, and no career TDs.

Cameron Scarlett: 840 yards rushing with 7TDs, and 240 receiving in 2019.  In 2018, he only had 330 rushing yards, but still had 8TDs, and 109 receiving yards and 1TD.  As a sophomore, he had very little production in yards, but still ran for 8TDs, so he was being used in red zone situations.

Teair Tart (2018 numbers in parentheses): 32 tackles (19), 10.5 TFLs (7), 1.5 sacks (4), 5QBH (0), 1FF (1).  That's a lot of penetration for how little he contributed overall.

Khaylan Kearse-Thomas: 66 tackles (34), 12 TFL (6), 4.5 sacks (2), 2 PDs (0), 1QBH (1), and 1 FF (0).  He also had an interception in 2018.

Cale Garrett: 43 tackles (112), 5 TFL (6.5), 2 sack (1), 2PDs (1), 2QBH (6), and 3 INTs.  Only played 5 games in 2019, but looks like he was getting much better at penetrating the OLine.  Just for posterity, here's his stat line if he played 12 games: 103 tackles, 12 TFLs, 5 sacks, 5 PDs, 5QBHs, and 7 INTs.  That's a damn good stat line for a UDFA.

While I was at it, I went and watched the SC tape for Garrett, since he has such an impressive stat line: excellent at reading the backfield, good at reading the QB's eyes, always around the ball, and high motor.  However, not quick enough to be a read and react type LB, and not very fast, not very strong.  Seems like a great practice squad candidate.

Nick Westbrook torr his ACL that’s why he redshirted in 2017. Watched some his highlights and he talked about it

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