What impact did Week 10’s performances have on SEC players’ NFL Draft stock?

A couple of NFL scouts weighed in with the highest risers, including Arkansas’ standout running back, Alex Collins:


Ryan Kelly, OC, Alabama
Size: 6-5, 300 pounds
NFL draft projection: 2-3 round
Scout’s take: “Team leader as he’s been a 3-year starter. Very good size for the center position. He has the size, athletic ability for the next level. Kelly is more impressive than Barrett Jones was, physically and mentally.”

Alex Collins, RB, Arkansas
Last week: 17 carries for 108 yds 0TD
2015 season: 183 carries for 1068 yds 12 TD
Size: 5-11, 216 pounds
NFL draft projection: 3-4 round
Scout’s take: “Took over for Johnathan Williams after Williams was injured for the season. Collins has over 1000 yards and 12 TDs. He has good size and speed and is an exceptional receiving back out of the backfield also.”

Cam Sutton, CB, Tennessee
Last week: 2 total tackles
2015 season: 24 total tackles 4 PD
Size: 6-1, 181 pounds
NFL draft projection: 2-3 round with strong finish
Scout’s take: “Good size for a corner position with good ball skills and playing speed. He’s also versatile as he leads the league in punt return yards and has 1 TD.”

Lewis Neal, DE, LSU
Last week: 4 total tackles
2015 season: 36 tackles, 7 sacks
Size: 6-2, 264 pounds
NFL draft projection: 2-4 rounds
Scout’s take: “Switched positions in the spring. Explosive player with good quickness off the edge. He currently ranks 3rd in the league in sacks with 7. He has a big test this weekend vs Arkansas OLine.”

Skai Moore, LB, South Carolina
Last week: 6 total tackles, 1 sack
2015 season: 88 total tackles, 2 sacks, 4 INTS
Size: 6-2, 218 pounds
NFL draft projection: 3-5 rounds
Scout’s take: “Leads team in tackles and adds 4INTs this season. He shows enough athletic ability to play in space at the next level and is a physical player. Tackles very well and has a nose for the ball.”