UCLA Football: Other Players That Could Declare For The NFL Draft

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Dec 31, 2013; El Paso, TX, USA; UCLA Bruins defensive end Eddie Vanderdoes (47) celebrates after winning the 2013 Sun Bowl at Sun Bowl Stadium. UCLA defeated Virginia Tech 42-12. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Eddie Vanderdoes

Despite the fact that Eddie Vanderdoes injured his knee in the first game of 2016 against Virginia, he still might have enough on his resume to get as good evaluation from the NFL.

Vanderdoes is a beast on the line and almost looks unnatural how quickly he moves. At 6’3″, 305 lbs., Vanderdoes is a raging bull when he comes of the line. He has descent lateral movement, can plug the gaps and has the abilities to pursue certain quarterbacks.

The biggest question is how will he do in 2016, no matter if it is in the NFL or in Westwood? Vanderdoes tore his ACL in week 1 and his rehabilitation has been going well, so he looks to be bigger and better than he was in 2015.

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Though he could be an ideal pick-up in the NFL Draft, Vanderdoes seems to have solidified his return. With Kenny Clark leaving, this is a positive for UCLA Football fans to carry with them going into the 2016 season.