Welcome to the first episode of On the Clock! Tonight, we're joined by NFL Draft guru Mike Mayock for his top 5 Franchise changing prospects. Good evening, folks. Here is my list of the five players I believe can turn an entire franchise around immediately. These are prospects you build your offense or defense around, and I expect them all to hear their names called on Thursday night come May. We'll start with the obvious, QB Dane Honani from CMU. Honani has an absolute cannon for an arm and is capable of making every NFL throw. The Jr signal caller completed an astounding 76% of his passes last year for 29 TDs and 9 INTs. Though some scouts are critical of his decision making ability, his elite arm strength and accuracy have most general managers drooling. He's sneaky athletic and shows a tremendous ability to break out of sacks. NFL Comparison: Matthew Stafford. Like Stafford, he has + arm strength and accuracy, and has a surprising amount of athleticism. Though nobody questions either talent, decision making is inconsistent at times. Bray is perhaps the biggest risk/reward player I'll mention this evening. His burst is unmatched, as is his upside. As a Jr., Bray recorded a conference best 11 TFL, showing elite explosion and penetration ability. Bray does, however, struggle to get leverage and lacks the strength to be consistently effective against double teams. NFL Comparison: Gerald McCoy. I haven't seen a player with this type of athleticism at the position since McCoy, but consistency and strengths are major concerns. Speed. Speed. Speed. Etuk is a home-run threat, whose ability to make a play anywhere on the field is unquestioned. After tearing his ACL in his Jr year, Etuk was forced back to prove he's effectively rehabilitated his leg. Etuk has done just that, as he currently leads the NCAA in yards from scrimmage and total touchdowns. Not only is Etuk a fantastic running back, but he's as talented catching the ball out of the backfield as I've seen in some time. The only question marks concerning Etuk are about his knee, and how explosive he'll remain as he racks up more mileage on it. NFL Comparison: Ladanian Tomlinson. Like LT, he can beat you on the ground and through the air, and is the kind of weapon that needs to be accounted for every snap. The Chechnian left his troubled country for the United States of Awesome at age 17, and shortly thereafter accepted a wrestling scholarship at the University of Washington. It didn't take long before football coach Steve Sarkisian recognized the mountain of a man, and convinced him to test his talents on the football field. It became abundantly apparent that this boy was built for the game of football, as his strength and balance he acquired from wrestling made him an elite run blocking talent. Though he's still very raw, the upside is immense. I still believe he'll be a plug and play LT from day one, and the cornerstone of whatever NFL franchise is lucky enough to draft him. The only concern some have raised is whether or not he's more of a guard, which could hurt his stock. I don't see it that way, but we'll have to wait and find out what's in store for the Chechnian. NFL Comparison: Jason Peters. Like Peters, Kozlove has a rare combination of strength and balance. Delency is indeed a dandy, and is hands down my favorite player to watch in this class, as his tape just jumps out at me. Dandy has ideal size and speed for the strong safety position, and has forced 15 turnovers in his 3 years in Morgantown. This Drake look-alike flies all over the field, using a unique blend of speed, size, and instincts to make plays all over the field. While nobody questions his talent, he has had some red flags thrown as far as his character is concerned. Dandy has been suspended twice, once for sexual assault charges that were later dropped. NFL Comparison: Troy Polamalu. Size, speed, instincts...this kid has it all. Tory is the only other SS I've ever seen take over a game like Delency does. I truly feel like he's the type of player you build your defense around, and I don't often say that about safeties. That's a warp for tonight! Stay tuned for more coverage as we inch closer to the NFL Combine and Senior Bowl.