Inside The War Room Analysis

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In this week’s Inside the War Room, we take a look at the two college football playoff games, discuss if Robert Nkemdiche is worth the risk of a first round draft pick, talk about whose draft stock is going up and down, and let you know who the top senior offensive guards are in the 2016 NFL Draft.

Orange Bowl Preview
The Capital One Orange Bowl showcases two of the top offenses in college football between Oklahoma, and Clemson. This game also showcases a couple of interesting prospects, including an underrated wide receiver, and one of the best pass rushers in college football.

The Oklahoma Sooners are led by Sterling Shepard, who is currently rated as the third best senior wide receiver
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Ragland is a very savvy football player, who plays the run extremely well yet can still hold up in pass coverage. Defensive tackle Jarran Reed is another senior to keep an eye on. He is another player who holds up extremely well against the run having recorded 53 tackles on the season. He also moves well for someone who comes in at 313 pounds. One more senior defensive prospect to look at is cornerback Cyrus Jones who is more of a developmental prospect at this time, having moved from wide receiver in 2013. While he develops the finer points of his game as a cornerback look for him to make an impact as a return man as he returned three punts for touchdowns this season. The top senior prospects on the Tide’s offense is center Ryan Kelly who shows great consistency, and is also one of the smarter lineman in the 2016 NFL Draft. Kenyan Drake is another offensive prospect who should hear his name called in this year’s draft. Drake is a quick change of pace back, who also excels in the passing game. The last senior prospect to watch is quarterback Jake Coker. The Tide also have a ton of junior prospects to watch including A'Shawn Robinson, and Derrick Henry to name a
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