2015 NFL Draft: Who’s Most Likely to Succeed in the NFL out of the Yellow Jackets Draft Prospects

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With the 2015 NFL Draft set to kickoff on April 30th, the anticipation is building for fans and draft prospects alike.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets fans are going to see potentially seven Yellow Jackets’ players get drafted at some point during the seven rounds of the NFL Draft.

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Synjyn Days, Zach Laskey, Quayshawn Nealy, Shaq Mason, DeAndre Smelter, Darren Waller and Isaiah Johnson have worked hard to get to this moment in their football career.

A lot of draft experts have a lot of different perspectives on what each players strengths and weaknesses are. They also have their perspective on where in the draft each player is going to fall.

The draft, in the end, is an educated guess on who people think are going to stick in the league and be productive football players at the end of the day.

Of course every Georgia Tech fan feels that every player that leaves The Flats is going to get drafted and have productive NFL careers, but that is not the case at all (see Steven Hill).

That is just the reality of the draft– some hit and some miss.

So keeping in mind that the NFL Draft, in the end, is an educated guess, this articles’ aim is to rank from No.7 to No.1 who is most to least likely to stick and succeed in the NFL.

Hopefully, all draft eligible players stick and I look real stupid for doing this article, but hey if this piece can be used as bulletin board material to motivate players to shut me up, I am all for it.

I wish all these players good fortune on the next level, but this is what my crystal ball tells me.

Next: No. 7 DeAndre Smelter