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  1. North Texas’ current NFL players are headlined by a pair of wide receivers in Jaelon Darden and Jalen Guyton, but the program is far more than just a skill-player producer. The Mean Green sported 10 players in the NFL this past season, including two players each at offensive tackle, cornerback, and linebacker. Ahead of the 2022 NFL Draft, that motif might actually carry over as we take a look at their prospects most likely to enter the NFL this offseason. Torrey is a burner with a great top speed as well as a shiftiness to his game. Though short in stature, he ripped off 1,215 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns in 2021. Torrey ran for a combined 36 career rushing touchdowns and chipped in with another 4 receiving scores. As for Novil, he headlines the North Texas defensive group after starting for the past four seasons. He recorded 11.5 career sacks but was a constant force against opposing quarterbacks with a bevy of hurries and hits. Novil was excellent against the run, as he stands 6’4″, 330 pounds. Let’s get to the full reports, including Novil, Torrey, and the rest of the North Texas Mean Green entering the NFL in 2022. Read more: https://www.profootballnetwork.com/north-texas-2022-nfl-draft-scouting-reports-deandre-torrey-dion-novil/
  2. read more: https://www.texasfootball.com/article/2021/08/03/why-north-texas-is-primed-for-a-defensive-rebound?ref=article_preview_img
  3. North Texas Mean Green Draft Prospects When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers chose receiver Jaelon Darden in Round 4 of the 2021 NFL Draft, it was the first time in 32 years a UNT player broke into the top 130 selections.On the contrary, it’s unlikely any player from the program is selected in the NFL Draft come 2022. Jyaire Shorter, WR | Grade: 3.38 | Projected Round: 6th Wide receiver Jyaire Shorter showed a lot of potential in 2019 but played in just two games last season and finished with 4 receptions. Shorter is a big-bodied, sure-handed receiver with reliable hands. I graded Shorter as a sixth-round prospect off the 2019 film, but the fourth-year junior needs a big year and must get his game back on track. Dion Novil, DL | Grade: 3.05 | Projected Round: FA Dion Novil is an explosive 3-technique tackle who showed great potential in 2019 then watched his game level off last year. He possesses a great first step off the snap and a burst of closing speed. That being the case, Novil shows limited strength in his game, gets handled by blocks, and really doesn’t play like a 310-pound defensive lineman. read more: https://www.profootballnetwork.com/conference-usa-draft-prospects-scouting-reports-2022-nfl-draft/
  4. The 2021 All-Conference USA team is led by 15 selections from UTSA, with UAB, FAU and Marshall up next with 12 picks. The next tier is headlined by FIU (11), WKU (10), North Texas (eight) and Louisiana Tech (eight) on the Conference USA All-Conference Team for '21.
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