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with the Rams out in L.A. this weekend Dak Prescott Jersey , there is a pretty big football game also taking the stage in California on Monday night. For the third time in four seasons — and fourth year in a row that the teams play one another — the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Clemson Tigers battle for the National Championship crown of college football.Just like we have come to expect from these two squads, both teams are absolutely loaded with players that will be playing in NFL as soon as next season — and that does not even include the two quarterbacks or wide receiver rooms stacked with professional talent that are not draft eligible just yet.Needless to say, you will want to have your eyes glued to the television this evening. BTB gives you just ten prospects to watch as the two top teams in college football try to knock each other out in Santa Clara.*Note: Projected first-round defensive lineman Dexter Lawrence will not play Monday evening due to suspension.Quinnen Williams, DL, Alabama:One of the most dominant players in college football this season has been Alabama defensive lineman Quinnen Williams. Williams, who played sparingly prior to this season, has transformed into a monster in 2018 posting 66 total tackles, 18 tackles-for-loss, and eight sacks in 13 games for the Tide. Along with running mate Raekwon Davis, who will also likely be taken in the first, the Clemson offensive line will have their hands full on Saturday evening. Do not be surprised if you see Williams be taken in the first three picks in April.Irv Smith, TE, Alabama:Noah Fant is the top tight end on many boards, but Irv Smith, Jr. is one that can climb up the draft boards quickly. The son of former New Orleans Saints tight end Irv Smith, Sr. has caught 38 passes for 648 yards and seven touchdowns this season, becoming a reliable and big-play target for quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. With a need at the tight end spot, the Cowboys would love to somehow have the NFL legacy fall to the second-round, or at least in striking distance for Dallas to consider making a move.And if you have any questions or concerns about his ability to block — don’t.Clelin Ferrell, EDGE, Clemson:One of the better pass rushers in this draft class resides in Clemson, South Carolina, and will look to reside in the Clemson Tide backfield on Monday night. Ferrell flirted with the NFL Draft last offseason, but opted to come back in hopes of winning a championship for the Tigers. The 6-foot-5, 260-pound EDGE has 47 tackles, 17.5 tackles-for-loss, and 10.5 sacks to his name in 2018.Christian Wilkins, DL, Clemson:Much like fellow defensive line teammate Ferrell, Christian Wilkins could have left Clemson early for the 2018 draft, but he too wanted another shot at glory. Wilkins, 6-foot-4 and 300-pounds Authentic Travis Frederick Jersey , has been a key piece on the Tigers defense since his freshman campaign. In 2018, Wilkins has made 46 total stops, including 12.5 TFLs and 4.5 sacks. Look for the Massachusetts native to hear his name called on day-one or day-two come April.Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson:The majority have LSU’s Greedy Williams as the draft’s top corner, but Clemson’s Trayon Mullen has a case to be right up there. The lengthy 6-foot-2, 190-pound defensive back is the Tigers best player in a secondary that will look to make life hard for Alabama signal-caller Tua Tagovailoa. Mullen has not picked off a pass yet this season, but he has made 25 tackles, three behind the line of scrimmage, and has gotten to the quarterback once.Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama:Perhaps the most unknown draft prospect in this game is Alabama tailback Josh Jacobs. The Oklahoma native was under-recruited until after a huge senior season to cap-off his high school career. Playing a backseat to running backs Damien Harris and Najee Harris over the past two seasons, Jacobs has been overlooked by many; however, Jacobs put his name in the national spotlight in the semifinal game against the Sooners — rushing for 98 yards on 15 carries and adding a receiving touchdown in the win. If the junior decides to declare for the 2019 NFL Draft, expect the ‘Bama back to be in the conversation as the best at his position in the class.Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama:LSU’s Devin White is the top linebacker in the upcoming draft class, but Mack Wilson is certainly not far behind. The former five-star recruit has been a star for Nick Saban’s defense during his time in Tuscaloosa. Wilson has totaled 65 tackles, one sack, and a pair of interceptions in his junior season. There has been some speculation that Wilson could return for his fourth year, but he would be a first-round selection in 2019.Deionte Thompson, SAF, Alabama:The best safety in the 2019 draft class plays for the Alabama Crimson Tide. The Texas native has had a huge 2018 season for Saban, making 75 tackles, two interceptions, and forcing three fumbles as a redshirt-junior. Thompson, 6-foot-2, is a true centerfield prospect that should make an immediate impact in the NFL.Austin Bryant, EDGE, Clemson:Overshadowed by some other beasts on the defensive line, Austin Bryant is yet another playmaker for Dabo Swinney’s Tigers. Bryant was a candidate to come out early, but decided to return to school with his teammates for the very game that the Tigers are playing in tonight. We wrote on the Clemson defender last fall when it appeared as if Bryant was going to make the jump to the NFL:Jonah Williams. OT Youth La'el Collins Jersey , Alabama:The consensus top offensive tackle prospect in April’s draft is Alabama’s Jonah Williams. The former five-star prospect has lived up his billing for the Crimson Tide, anchoring one of the most explosive offenses across the nation. Williams, 6-foot-5 and 310-pounds, is projected to be taken within the first ten picks of the draft. Williams is not the longest, but he is a physical lineman that is capable of being a key piece on a good offensive line on the next level. In the regular season, the Seahawks were tied for the sixth best scoring offense in the NFL, averaging 26.8 points a game. In their Wild Card game against Dallas, they only managed 22 points, which would have ranked them 21st in the NFL. A big reason for that was defensive backs coach and passing game coordinator Kris Richard’s familiarity with the Seahawks. Richard was a coach with the Seahawks for eight seasons, and even before that he spent two years as a graduate assistant with Pete Carroll at USC. To say that he knows the Seahawks head coach very well would be an understatement. And even though Seattle has two new coordinators this year, Richard still knew a lot of Seattle’s players, most notably the star trio of Russell Wilson, Doug Baldwin, and Tyler Lockett. With that inside knowledge, Richard was able to bottle up the Seahawks offense fairly well. Luckily, Richard has a similar level of familiarity with the Rams team that the Cowboys will face off against on Saturday night. He’s been facing the Rams twice a year for the last eight years, and Richard was actually there before Jeff Fisher was the Rams head coach, which seems like ages ago. And while Richard’s tenure in Seattle only overlapped one year with Sean McVay’s time as the Rams head coach, Richard has some experience coaching against this offense’s two biggest stars. Richard’s first year as defensive coordinator in Seattle was also Todd Gurley’s rookie season, and while Gurley only played in one game against Seattle that year, Richard’s defense held up well against the former tenth overall draft pick. It was the regular-season finale and Gurley was on a role, but Seattle limited him to just 83 yards on 19 carries and a touchdown.The next year was even better for Richard’s unit. In the first meeting, Gurley only rushed for 51 yards on 19 carries and no touchdowns, and in the second meeting Gurley was held to even less production, getting 38 yards on 14 carries and again no score. The caveat here is that this was still Fisher’s team, which ran a very bland offense, but nevertheless it was an offense predicated on the running game. In 2017, though, McVay sought to utilize Gurley more in the passing game than Fisher had ever dreamed of. In McVay’s first game against Richard’s defense - which, coincidentally, was played on the road in Los Angeles - Gurley was once again held scoreless. The running back picked up 43 yards on 14 carries, and he was thrown to four times and only caught two passes for seven yards. However , Gurley did manage to best Richard in the next matchup that year, as he totaled 152 rushing yards on 21 carries and catching all three passes thrown his way for 28 receiving yards, and putting up four total touchdowns. It was the first time in his career that Gurley had over 100 yards against Seattle, and the game is pointed to as one of the reasons the Seahawks fired Richard after the year was over. But that ignores the fact that Gurley, now an MVP contender, has only averaged 73.4 yards a game against Richard-coached defenses. Richard also coached against Jared Goff in the quarterback’s first two years in Los Angeles. Like Gurley, Goff only played against Seattle once in his rookie year, as the former first overall draft pick wasn’t starting until later in the year, but his first game against the Seahawks was a rough one. Goff completed 51% of his passes for 135 yards and no touchdowns or interceptions. He was also sacked four times and fumbled once. But Goff’s terrible rookie year has largely been chalked up to running an offensive scheme that didn’t use him right, and Goff rebounded in a big way in 2017 with McVay calling the shots. Still, he had the worst game of his season against the Seahawks in Los Angeles, as the quarterback completed just 46% of his passes and while he threw for 288 yards, he had zero touchdowns and two interceptions. He was sacked twice and fumbled once, and his overall passer rating for that game was an abysmal 48.9. Goff’s other game against Richard’s defense last year came in the game where Gurley broke out for four touchdowns, and Goff was certainly better than his other Seattle game, but still just average. He completed 66% of his passes for 120 yards and had two touchdown passes with an interception, two sacks, and a fumble. His 5.71 yards per attempt in that game was the lowest all year for him, but it got the job done with a win. And even though the Rams won that game by a big margin, the fact remains that Richard’s defense shut down McVay’s offense in Los Angeles, limiting them to just 10 points and not allowing either Gurley or Goff to play well. Richard certainly knows these players and has some familiarity with McVay as well, and that experience should help out the Cowboys much in the same way it did against the Seahawks last week. There are other secret weapons for Dallas, too. Tavon Austin spent the last five years with the Rams, and should have at least some insight into the way the Rams approach their games each week. But more than that, the Rams have a familiar face running their defense in Wade Phillips. The former Cowboys head coach is one of the best defensive minds in the NFL right now, and despite his defense regressing this year as a whole, Phillips can be dangerous against opposing offenses. But head coach Jason Garrett should know plenty about the guy, as he spent three and a half years working under Phillips in Dallas. So as the Cowboys prepare for an important road playoff game where they’re already underdogs in Vegas, the familiarity that this team has with the Rams could be a huge factor in trying to score an upset victory and inch closer towards the Super Bowl. Custom Green Bay Packers Jerseys

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