From Mocking The Draft http://www.sbnation.com/nfl-mock-draft/ ... lemson-lsu
For LSU, the defensive prospects are the biggest story. Defensive ends Sam Montgomery and Barkevious Mingo entered the season with a ton of hype, but neither lived up to expectations this season. Montgomery was much more stiff after adding weight, and Mingo was inconsistent and had spotty production. Linebacker Kevin Minter may have emerged as the best draft prospect on LSU's defense. He's emerged as the leader of this defense. Safety Eric Reid is also one to watch. Some consider him the best safety in this class...
The Clemson offense should give the LSU defense a run for its money. Wide receivers Sammy Watkins and DeAndre Hopkins provide Clemson with two big time targets on the outside. Only [Hopkins] is draft eligible. Junior quarterback Tajh Boyd has made strides this season and is a big reason for the success of those two wideouts.
Hopkins is an obvious choice to watch for and is joining first round discussion.
Stats: 12 games. 69 receptions. 1214 yards. 17.6 avg. 62 long. 16 TDs
An underrated guy, IMO, is Clemson's QB Tajh Boyd. Not many people expect him to declare this year, but he's left the option open stating he'll wait on the draft committee grade before he decides. If Russell Wilson was a 3rd draft pick deserving of a first round, Boyd may be a 5/6 round pick, deserving of a 3rd round or better, should he come out this year.
Stats: http://espn.go.com/college-football/pla ... /tajh-boyd
Anyone else you're watching for? Any predictions? I got Clemson winning in a close one.