Tony Poljan, Tight End, Virginia – 6-7, 265
As a former quarterback at Western Michigan, Tony Poljan made the jump to tight end when he transferred to Virginia. After a solid 2020, could he be on track to follow in the same footsteps as Logan Thomas?
K.J. Britt, Linebacker, Auburn – 6-0, 245
The Washington Football Team met with K.J. Britt at the Senior Bowl. He will need to make the roster as a special teams player and could become a rotational linebacker within a couple of years. Britt is likely to be a practice squad candidate in his first season.
Paddy Fisher, Linebacker, Northwestern – 6-4, 240
What a difference one year can make for prospects. Paddy Fisher was generally considered to be a third or fourth-round prospect after the 2019 season. 2020 was not as kind to him, but he is still a talented linebacker. Spending some time on the practice squad this coming season and working his way into the lineup over the next two years is Fisher’s best option.
Brady Breeze, Strong Safety, Oregon – 6-1, 200
Brady Breeze made the tough decision to opt out of the 2020 season, but that was probably a mistake. He needs the experience and could’ve boosted his draft portfolio for 2021. Breeze is an in the box safety, but his calling card is not what you may think. He is a hard-hitting football player and the Oregon standout could carve out a respectable career as a special teams ace. He also has a really cool name! Uh, we’ll show ourselves out the door after some final thoughts.