2013 NFL draft prospects including William Gholston (Michigan State), Craig Roh (Michigan), JT Floyd (Michigan), Kejuan Riley (Alabama State) and Kenny Demens (Michigan) all dropped by Sportiqe HQ for some new apparel. Pictures are below.
2013 NFL Draft Prospects - Craig Roh (Michigan)
Craig Roh started every game of his career at the University of Michigan and set the record for most career starts. What makes Craig's accomplishment uniqe is that he switched positions every year to do it. Roh began his career as a 230-pound linebacker who manned the "quick" position in former defensive coordinator Greg Robinson's scheme. He switched to outside linebacker for his sophomore season, then weak-side defensive end last year. He finished his career this season fittingly by making yet another position change, this time to strong-side defensive end.
2013 NFL Draft Prospects - William Gholston (Michigan State)
William Gholston was a three-year letterwinner as a Michigan State Spartan. He finished his career ranked 10th in MSU history in tackles for loss.
2013 NFL Draft Prospects - JT Floyd (Michigan)
JT Floyd is a three-year varsity letterman at the University of Michigan. He appeared in 42 contests and started 34 games at cornerback for the Wolverines.
2013 NFL Draft Prospects - Kenny Demens (Michigan)
Kenny Demens is a three-year letterman at the University of Michigan. Kenny appeared in 50 consecutive contests and surpassed 200 career tackles vs. Notre Dame.
2013 NFL Draft Prospects - Reid Fragel (Ohio State University)
Reid Fragel is a 6'8", 315 pound right tackle from Ohio State University. Reid Fragel played in all 39 games over the last three years, started in nine of them at tight end and wore jersey No. 88. His senior season, Reid switched over to play at right tackle.
Keenan Davis is a University of Iowa graduate just like our co-founder, Jason Franklin. Keenane Davis was a candidate for Biletnikoff Award and ranked eighth in the Big Ten in receptions per game (4.2) and ninth in receiving yards per game (59.4) in 2011. He was one of three true freshmen to see action in 2009.