NFL Draft 2015: Updated Prospect Radar, Post-Preseason

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NFL Draft 2015: Updated Prospect Radar, Post-Preseason
Georgia running back Todd Gurley was a star of the first weekend of the college football season.

The college football season is underway, and so are preparations for the 2015 NFL draft. While players and teams attempted to win their season-opening games this past weekend, scouts across the country focused in on the nation’s best senior players, such as Texas A&M offensive tackle Cedric Ogbuehi, and other players who could declare for the draft after this season, such as Georgia running back Todd Gurley.

No one’s draft stock is determined in the first week of the college football season, but there were certainly some players who raised their profiles—and others who failed to meet expectations—in their initial games of the year.

Which players have already put their professional-quality skill sets on display in Week 1, and which prominent names have already had flaws in their games exposed? The following slides take a look at some of the week’s most noteworthy studs and duds among players who are eligible to go pro in 2015.

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