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Trio Of Prospects Sign With Priority Sports’ Mike McCartney

Tyler Kroft (86) attempts to avoid a tackle in a 2013 game against Notre Dame. Photo by Jeff Zelevasnky of Getty Images.

Priority Sports will represent at least three prospects for the 2015 NFL Draft including TJ Clemmings (OT, Pittsburgh), Tyler Kroft (TE, Rutgers), and Mike Hull (ILB, Penn State). All three players will be represented by Priority Sports’ Director of Football Operations and NFLPA certified agent, Mike McCartney.

These three prospects join a group of players represented at Priority Sports that includes Green Bay Packer LB AJ Hawk and Houston Texans RB Arian Foster.

Projected to be a 1st round pick, TJ Clemmings (6’6 315 lbs) is ranked as the Draft’s 18th best overall prospect and the 4th highest offensive lineman according to Clemmings was a second team All-American selection by the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) and received first team All-ACC honors. He is a 2015 Senior Bowl selection and will be taking the field for the North team. The Senior Bowl will be played on January 24th in Mobile, Alabama. The game will be televised on the NFL Network at 4pm (ET).

Tyler Kroft (6’6 240 lbs) is the Draft’s 5th ranked TE and a projected 3rd or 4th round pick. After Rutgers 40-21 win over North Carolina in the Quick Lane Bowl, Kroft made the decision to forgo his senior year and declare for the 2015 Draft. In his three years at Rutgers, Kroft played in 35 games, caught 70 passes for 901 yards (12.8 yards/catch) and 5 TDs.

Mike Hull (6’1 232lbs) is a projected 5-6 round pick by and the 8th overall ILB. Hull finished the 2014 season as the Nittany Lions team leader in tackles with 140 (75 solo). His 140 total tackles placed him fifth among the Big-Ten’s leaders. Hull’s 2014 honors include second team All-American selection by FWAA,, and Sporting News along with his third Academic All-Big Ten award.