21st to 30th Offensive ProspectsPosted: May 19, 2011
Earlier in the week I looked at the first to 10th and 11th to 20th offensive prospects. Today, I will look at the 21st to 30th offensive prospects.
21. Knile Davis, RB, Arkansas: Davis is a do it all back that could end up in the first round with a strong season.
Follow the jump to see 22 through 30.
22. Michael Egnew, TE, Missouri: Egnew is best as a receiver but he is an above average blocker. He should be the second TE taken in the 2012 Draft.
23. Bobby Massie, OT, Ole Miss: Massie is an under-the-radar prospect that could end up being the third rated tackle in the 2012 draft.
24. Matt Reynolds, OT, BYU: Reynolds is best suited on the right side at tackle due to his lack of athleticism. He is also very old at 25 (when the 2012 draft happens).
25. Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State: Adams is a potential LT that would thrive in a system with a mobile QB. He already has experience blocking for a mobile QB and it would lessen his learning curve.
26. Cyrus Gray, RB, Texas A&M: Gray is a great pass catcher and runs hard and through the holes. He needs to improve his blocking.
27. Chris Polk, RB, Washington: Polk had a great season despite running behind one of the worst OL in college football. He should be a first or second round pick.
28. Terrelle Pryor, QB, Ohio State: Pryor has a ton of potential. He is more developed (IMO) than Cam Newton is and could be a good QB.
29. Ryan Lindley, QB, San Diego State: Lindley needs another strong season to be higher on this list.
30. Devier Posey, WR, Ohio State: Posey is a good slot WR that could stretch the field and provide a good underneath receiver.