Mississippi State cornerback Cam Dantzler and Louisville offensive tackle Mekhi Becton, both with Top 50 potential, have decided to sit out this year’s Music City Bowl, but there are still NFL draft prospects to watch. The Bulldogs will showcase their electric running back and the Cardinals have an experienced and nimble center in the middle of their blocking unit.
We’re going game by game to let you know exactly who you should watch to get ready for the 2020 . You can read more about this matchup and .
How to watch
Monday, Dec. 30 | 4 p.m. ET Nissan Stadium (Nashville, Tennessee)ESPN
Mississippi StateKylin Hill, RB
Hill is a smaller, fire hydrant of a back who runs as hard as any ball carrier in this class. There’s good wiggle to his game and his contact balance is above-average. He’s just really difficult to bring to the turf despite his lack of size. His receiving talents make him an intriguing scat-back option. Hill has snagged 39 passes for 350 yards.
He’s not a burner but shows good acceleration through the second level of the defense. He should hear his name called early on Day 3 and a strong combine could catapult him to Day 2.
LouisvilleT.J. McCoy, OC
McCoy is a graduate transfer from Floi says he’s ready to go anywhere for his next job.Ranieri leaves with yesterday’s defeat of Parma his final game as Roma finish outside the Champions League qualifying places.“I experienced some beautiful emotions tonight, but those weren’t tears irida was an aact with Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette.Le 10 Sport says Barca have approached the player’s management to assure him of their interest.The LaLiga champs see Lacazette as an alternative to Atletico Madrid attacker Antoine Griezmann.Should the Frewesome addition to the Cardinals offensive lineille has continued his tirade against Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku.He recently questioned the Belgian’s fitness while at United and branding him ‘unprofessional’.And Neville has now called on United to weed out any other players in the club who in 2019, especially given his get off the line of scrimmage and quick feet in the team’s zone-based blocking scheme. He’s capable of reaching defensive tackles across a gap, which is a vital skill for a center to have.
He’s not particularly powerful, and McCoy can bend at the waist, but in general, he plays with low pad level and a good anchor.