2015 NFL Draft: Bowl Game Player Standouts Part 2

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Nov 28, 2014; Iowa City, IA, USA; Nebraska Cornhuskers quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. (4) is pressured by Iowa Hawkeyes defensive lineman Carl Davis (71) at Kinnick Stadium. Nebraska beat Iowa 37-34. Mandatory Credit: Reese Strickland-USA TODAY Sports

This is the time of the fantasy season  in dynasty leagues when the good owners are trying to find ways to fortify their teams.  One of the best ways to do that is by looking to the college players that might make the move to the NFL this spring.  Here are more of the players that stood out with their bowl game play.  This is by no means an exhaustive list, rather a starting point for the 2015 NFL Draft and your own rookie fantasy draft!  I listed these players alphabetically:

DT: Carl Davis, Iowa

This is a bad man who demands two blockers on almost every play.  He gets great initial pressure right off the snap of the ball.  Davis knocked a guard back into the ball carrier to knock both offensive players on their butts and the next play stood up a guard while reaching out with one arm tackling the running back.  The problem is Davis moves like an alligator, full speed straight ahead with a lot of power and determination.  However, when you make him move laterally, he loses a lot of steam and power.

His big body takes a while to slow down as momentum carries him towards his original direction.  Davis has a strong powerful punch combined with swim moves, but can get caught high, at times, not using his huge legs to balance himself.  He enjoys punishing the ball carriers by landing on them while making the tackle.

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