2015 NFL Draft Prospects That Shined in Florida State vs Miami

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Nov 15, 2014; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston (left) celebrates with running back Dalvin Cook (right) after Cook scored a touchdown against the Miami Hurricanes during the second half at Sun Life Stadium. FSU won 30-26. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Bottom Line

The field was filled with NFL prospects when Florida State and Miami locked horns but I only wrote about those that shinned the brightest. Since the NFL is a quarterback driven league, I have to say the Winston helped himself the most. He’s already the best quarterback in college on the field but his off-the-field mistakes has Oregon’s Marcus Mariota in front of him.

But Mariota doesn’t have the accuracy to throw into tight windows and Winston showed that he does Saturday night. He also runs a pro style offense with pro reads so as he continues his second half magic and stays out of trouble, he could steal his spot back. We’ve seen guys like Vince Young and Robert Griffin III win Heisman Trophies and National Championships then struggle in the NFL.

Cam Newton Newton is even struggling now and Mike Vick, the best of the running quarterbacks is always broke off (hurt).Winston won his Heisman from the pocket and may win another National Title so he is the quarterback prospect of all quarterback prospects in the nation as well as the prospect from that game. And behind him for this game is Denzel Perryman because great middle linebackers win championships just like great quarterbacks.

The rest of the prospects from the game can fall in line.