I want to know who from your school has an NFL future. Tell the board a little more about them and where you see them going or have read about them going. Now, since we are overloaded with Aggie, Horns, and Coogs, let's try to keep the repeating to a minimum. The board doesn't need to see 15 different "Brian Orakpo is god" type posts. Also, if possible, follow my format. Hopefully this will help us bridge into the bolws and draft season. Note: Please only list the players who are draft eligible and/or have a realistic chance to declare for the draft. Desmond Briscoe will be a first day NFL WR, but he isn't eligible. Darrell Stuckey would be a first day pick at SS if he declared this year but he has given no indications of that. Those players are not listed below. School: Kansas Conference: Big XII Player: James Holt, LB, #12, Senior Holt has been the most consistent LB on the Kansas roster the past 2 years. Last year, he made 97 tackles last season along with 15.5 tackles for loss and seven sacks. He spent time this year flexing down to DE to utilize his speed and ability to get to the QB. In the NFL, he projects as an OLB in the 4-3, and specifically, the weakside. He has the size and speed to play that position now. He will need to work on his coverage some when turning his hips. I expect Hot to be drafted in the 3rd or 4th round. Player: Mike Rivera, LB, #40, Senior Rivera just might be the most feared hitter in the Big XII. He is a great tackler and finishes his tackles with authority. He shows good ability in reading plays. He has NFL size now at 6'3 255. However, Rivera does not have great lateral quickness. He is not a "sideline to sideline" player, though he does a great job filling cut-back lanes. He plays the ball well. He will struggle to stop a quicker RB in open space. He is an idea fit at ILB in the 3-4. I expect Rivera to be drafted in the 4th or 5th round.