Siran Neal, S, Jacksonville State

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A small-school prospect from Jacksonville State, Siran Neal had the flexibility to play three different positions in his final three years in college: safety, linebacker and corner. As his 6-foot, 205-pound body suggests, he is probably cut out to be a safety in the future, but it never hurts to familiarize yourself with different positions. He finished his college career with 191 tackles, but his testing at the combine was merely average.

Neal was a first-team All-OVC selection the last two seasons. He turns 24 this August and is father to twin daughters.

PRODUCTIVITY SCORE: 69.7 | ATHLETICISM SCORE: 96.6 | AGE SCORE: 77.9

FINAL SCORE: 81.4

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