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Coprich, Marshaun


Card: Sage 2016
Acquired: 2016, Box Break

Marshaun Coprich is an interesting prospect whose behavior off the field marred a solid college football career.  A productive player for ISU, Marshaun had gaudy numbers for the Redbirds, running for over 5,200 yards in his four years for the university. Unfortunately he got busted for selling marijuana, and although he was a first time offender, prospective NFL teams look down badly enough on users.  While he is small (5’8″), he clocks in at a solid 207.

Coprich was considered by teams who were looking for him to make things happen in space, to be a change of pace back on 3rd downs, or be relied upon to create mismatches splitting outside.  There have been some comparisons to guys like Darren Sproles, but scouts are a bit more conservative, saying Marshaun is more like Jacquizz Rodgers.  Going undrafted, the Indianapolis Colts took a very long and hard look at him during private workouts in the offseason, but he ended up signing with the Giants. He did not make the team and later was signed to the BC Lions practice squad.

Wilson, De’Runnya

sage16 dwilsonCard: Sage 2016
Acquired: 2016, Hobby Box Breaker

At 6’5″, 215, De’Runnya Wilson is a big and tall receiver with soft hands and deceptive speed. He finished 5th in school history with 133 receptions, and led the team in catches, yards, and touchdowns in 2014.  A basketball star who moonlighted as a football player, Wilson is going to need to improve his consistency when he hits the pro level, but shows some flashes of NFL potential.  A popular player around campus- Wilson declared for the 2016 NFL draft as a Junior. Going unselected he was picked up in October of that year, by the Chicago Bears and added to their practice squad.

Allen, Jack

sage16_jallenCard: Sage 2016
Acquired: 2016, Box Breaker

Jack Allen is one of the top offensive linemen in a loaded draft at center. The road grader traces his roots back to organized wrestling and displays good hands and mechanics because of it. While not the biggest prospect, Allen clearly can hold his own, and is considered pro ready. Considered a sleeper find the New Orleans Saints signed Jack shortly after the 2016 NFL draft.