Hey draftniks, the Senior Bowl is here! Stocks are going to swing this week down in Mobile, Alabama and we’re excited to be adding 20 new, draft-eligible athletes to the market today!
All 20 will be in action this week and have the opportunity to improve their stocks during a critical week for the pre-draft process. Read up on the six most notable players IPO’ing here!
Remember, a player’s Share Price reflects statistical expectations in their NFL career. For NCAA prospects, college stats only matter if they affect how the market views their NFL potential. That all starts with their expected draft position.
Make sure you tack on their 2x Multiplier if you want an opportunity for higher returns!
Dell is coming off back-to-back seasons with at least 1300 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns. He accounted for 38% of Houston’s receiving production in 2022 – impressive for such a high-octane offense. Such high volume was the norm for Dell as he finished his career with 17 games in a row with at least five catches.
A bit undersized at a listed weight of 165 lbs., Dell will need to show NFL scouts he can win one-on-one in Mobile. He’s expected to run a 4.4 second forty yard dash at the NFL Combine which will likely raise his draft stock.
Possibly the most exciting prospect at the Senior Bowl, Rice had a standout 2022 with six games 0f 120+ receiving yards and at least eight catches. He also accounted for 32% of SMU’s receiving production.
He’s currently being mocked to go inside Round 2.
McIntosh was Georgia’s third leading receiver in 2022 as a running back with over 500 yards. He was one of just two running backs in the nation with 800+ rushing yards and 500+ receiving yards in 2022.
Always a big play threat, McIntosh averaged nearly seven yards per touch throughout his collegiate career. He profiles as a high-end scat back at the next level.
Kincaid has an incredibly unique story as a zero star recruit coming into college who only started playing football as a senior in high school.
He started off playing for San Diego – not to be confused with San Diego State – and then transferred to Utah after dominating the FCS.
Utah’s offense was a great fit for Kincaid. He put together back-to-back seasons with eight receiving touchdowns and led all TEs in yards per game in 2022 (74.2 per, 890 yards total).
He played 60% of the time in the slot in a modern-day move-TE role for Utah, but can block as an inline tight end too.
Musgrave was on pace to average over 80 receiving yards per game before going down with a knee injury last season.
He’s a pure receiving tight end who doesn’t block well, but can line up anywhere. He had the second deepest average depth of target among all tight ends in 2021 showing off his ability as a vertical threat with speed.
Brown finished third in yards from scrimmage per game last season behind only Bijan Robinson and Zach Charbonnet who are both expected to be Top 50 draft picks.
Uber-productive, he finished second in rushing yards among all Power Conference running backs and was the only RB in the nation to post 1500+ rushing yards and average more than two receptions per game. His athletic testing will be critical to his draft position.