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By The Numbers: STL Sports Group’s 2018 NFL Draft Class

STL Sports is a “full-service sports agency whose main objective is developing long-term management and marketing relationships with top quality athletes.” Standing by its slogan, “Service That Lasts,” the agency looks to make a lasting impression on the seven prospects it has signed for the 2018 NFL Draft.

Thus far, the agency has signed:

Korey Robertson, WR, Southern Miss

The 6’1”, 210 pound Greenwood, MS-native has decided to forego his final year of eligibility and enter the 2018 NFL Draft. He is coming of a redshirt junior season in which he reeled in 76 receptions for 1106 yards and 12 touchdowns in 13 games. This past season was definitely a breakout season for Robertson, who looks to capitalize on his success. For his three-year career in Hattiesburg, he had 127 receptions for 1,743 yards and 18 touchdowns. He was named to the Conference USA’s First-Team for his junior campaign.

Secdrick Cooper, S, Louisiana Tech

A fellow Conference USA First Team selection, Cooper is a 6’0”, 211 pound safety out of Marrero, LA. As a senior this season, he played in 12 games, racking up 68 total tackles, 2.5 tackles for a loss, 1 sack and 3 interceptions. On his four year career, he had 177 total tackles (116 solo, 61 assisted), 11.5 tackles for a loss, 4 sacks and 3 interceptions, according to He is currently ranked the 8th overall free safety and a projected 6-7 round draft pick by NFL Draft Scout. After participating in the East-West Shrine Game, he looks to improve his draft stock.

Shaq Wiggins, DB, Tennessee

Wiggins ends his collegiate football career after playing for three different universities. Originally enrolling at Georgia, where he played in 12 games as a true freshman, he decided to transfer to Louisville. After redshirting for a season, he started all 13 games as a redshirt-sophomore and was an All-ACC Honorable Mention. He finished his undergraduate career as a Cardinal and spent his final season of eligibility as a graduate-transfer at Tennessee. The 5’10”, 169 pound Tyrone, GA-native is a potential 7th round pick according to NFL Draft Scout.

Dee Liner, DT, Arkansas State

Liner, a 6’3”, 337 pound redshirt senior began his career as a member of the Alabama Crimson Tide before ultimately deciding to transfer to Arkansas State. In the lead up to the 2017 college football season, Liner was the 40th ranked “Top NFL Draft Eligible Defensive Tackle” in the nation by draft-guru Phil Steele. The lineman who was seemingly born to play defensive line (take a look at his name), was a  2017 All-Sun Belt Conference Honorable Mention selection by the coaches and media.

Joshua Outlaw, OL, Louisiana Tech

Outlaw joins fellow Bulldogs teammate Secdrick Cooper as a member of STL Sports’ draft class. The 6’6”, 311-pound redshirt senior began his career at Texas Tech before transferring to Tyler Junior College. A 2017 Conference USA Honorable Mention, Outlaw was an anchor on the Bulldogs offensive line for two seasons.

LA Ramsby, RB, Georgia Southern

Ramsby completes his four-year career in the Eagles’ backfield with career totals of 536 rushing attempts for 2435 yards, and 20 receptions for 150 yards. The 5’11”, 200-pound Cincinnati, OH-native rushed for 578 yards and 6 touchdowns in his redshirt senior season in 2017.

Kamryn Melton, CB, Troy

Melton began his collegiate career with the Auburn Tigers in 2013. As a true freshman he saw action in three games before suffering a knee injury, which led to being redshirted as a sophomore. After sitting out the 2015 season due to NCAA transfer rules, Melton turned in an impressive junior campaign for the Trojans which earned him a spot on the All-Sun Belt Honorable Mention team. For his Trojan career, he played in 24 games, racking up 52 total tackles, 1 sack and 2 interceptions from the cornerback position.

As these players prepare for their respective pro-days and ultimately the NFL Draft, they all look to make an impression on scouts from around the league willing to give them a chance. For more on STL Sports, check out their website here.