While there still may be a few more drafts left in the Mock Draft Army, this past week might be as far as the ADP goes barring any last minute injuries or other substantial depth chart changes. We’ve seen a little ebb and flow throughout the ranks here but unless something catastrophic happens between now and the first game of the NFL’s Week 1, I don’t anticipate any substantial movement. There. Did I put the jinx on enough for you? We’ll just have to wait and see. In the meantime, here’s a look at the most recent risers, fallers and new faces with a full ADP list to follow.

As always, if you would like your very own copy of the Mock Draft Army ADP on a sortable, color-coded Excel spreadsheet, just send an email to mockdraftarmy@yahoo.com and I will happily send one your way.


Tyler Gaffney, RB NE (+14.4%) – With Dion Lewis lost for 8-10 weeks (something we’ll discuss in the Fallers sections) the New England backfield is, once again, in turmoil. Not that it was ever stable to begin with, but now the outlook for 2016 is murkier than ever. Gaffney has had a nice showing in the preseason and has been taking first-team reps in practice, but with LeGarrette Blount, James White and even Brandon Bolden in the mix, it’s tough to get too excited about him. His ADP has been steadily on the rise, but if you’re taking him as anything more than a late-round flyer, you’re doing it wrong.

Tajae Sharpe, WR TEN (+14.1%) – The rookie receiver out of UMass has been getting a lot of buzz lately and even in the wake of a concussion concern, the draft love he is seeing is not slowing up. He seems to have the attention of Marcus Mariota and it looks like he’ll be lining up on the outside opposite Rishard Matthews while Kendall Wright works out of the slot. It’s tough to put a world of stock into a rookie on a team that could struggle, but he and Matthews could end up kings of the garbage time this year, much like Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns last season. Similarly to Gaffney though, a late round pick is the only place I will take him. There’s too much talent out there to reach here.

Arian Foster, RB MIA (+13.2%) – It’s as if fantasy owners have completely blocked out the past and are looking at Foster through what can only be described as fantasy beer goggles. He is rapidly climbing up draft boards and is probably going to cost you a fourth or fifth-round pick if you haven’t drafted yet. The problem is that he just isn’t worth that. He’s got the massive injury history, his touches are going to be limited to try and keep him healthy and if you do draft him, you’re going to have to then add both Jay Ajayi and Kenyan Drake because there is still no clear-cut No. 2 in this backfield.

James White, RB NE (+12.8%) – As you might have expected, White is rising up the ranks almost as quickly as Gaffney as he is also taking more first-team reps and is expected to play a significant role in the Patriots rushing attack. But again, with so many other guys in the mix and given what we know about how Bill Belichick likes to mix up his ground personnel, you cannot count on White to be anything more than a mid to late round flex play.

Terrelle Pryor, WR CLE (+11.1%) – Another late-round flyer here and one I am actually starting to get onboard with the more I watch the Browns play. Yes, I hate the Browns and yes, I hate the city of Cleveland. However, fantasy football is business, not personal, so sometimes I have to take off my hate-blinders and open myself up to different possibilities. Hue Jackson has been doing some outstanding things with the Browns and quarterback Robert Griffin III and now that Pryor, a former quarterback, has had more time to learn the wide receiver position at the NFL level, he just might be someone you can look to if you own receivers with a Week 4 bye. Yes, you should expect him to lose targets once Josh Gordon returns, but that return could also prove beneficial as the coverage shifts away from him.


Dion Lewis, RB NE (-51.1%) – As we mentioned above, Lewis is out 8-to-10 weeks after knee surgery and the Mock Draft Army has seemingly left him for dead. Rightfully so, in my opinion. Let’s face it, the backfield is crowded and even if you look for Lewis to return on the short side of the recovery timeline, he’s still going to need an adjustment period getting back into the game. Let him be someone else’s headache. Let some else waste a bench spot by drafting him. You’re smarter than that.

Karlos Williams, RB FA (-22.7%) – He’s suspended for the first four games, fat, stupid and out of a job right now. You are not being savvy by drafting him with the expectation that he will be some monster for you in the second half. You’re wasting a draft pick taking him. The Army has wised up. So should you.

C.J. Prosise, RB SEA (-13.9%) – He went from being everyone’s favorite handcuff to an afterthought as a hamstring injury allowed Christine Michael and, for a little while, Alex Collins to leapfrog him on the depth chart. But while everyone bypasses the rookie, I’m still considering him in the late rounds. Thomas Rawls still isn’t 100-percent, the Collins buzz has subsided on all fronts and Michael is pure garbage. Yeah, that’s right, pure garbage. I’ll get into that more in the New Faces section. Don’t ignore Prosise in the later rounds if you’re looking to stockpile some running back depth.

Tony Romo, QB DAL (-10.2%) – I mean…he’s already hurt. DO we even need to add more than that? All aboard the Dak Prescott train!

Javorius Allen, RB BAL (-9.4%) – Everyone’s favorite preseason beast, Terrance West, has really jammed things up in the Ravens backfield and the Mock Draft Army seems to be losing that early head of steam for Allen that they had just a month ago. With Allen, West and Kenneth Dixon hanging out behind Justin Forsett, there are a lot of hungry mouths to feed and there’s no real way to determine which week your guy will eat. He’s a partial handcuff at best right now which means you can leave him be until the end of your draft.

Notable New Faces

Christine Michael, RB SEA (ADP: 219.9) – You’ve got to be kidding me, people! Just f***in stop already! Remember the hype from last year? What did picking him up then get you? That’s right…ZERO. Since he was drafted by the Seahawks in 2013, he’s been released by them, Dallas, Washington and then again by the Seahawks. I don’t care if he had one good game or two good games, there’s no way in hell he is ever going to be in your starting lineup. If he is, I wish you nothing but the best in your 0-13 season.

Virgil Green, TE DEN (ADP: 228.1) – With the Denver quarterback situation messier than ever, Green seems to be the security blanket for all three of the Broncos’ options. Unfortunately, in any league of 14 teams or fewer, you’re better off looking elsewhere until you see some consistency. Besides, wasn’t he supposed to be some big sleeper last year too?

Mike Gillislee, RB BUF (ADP: 228.9) – He’s making an appearance as the likely handcuff to LeSean McCoy, but in truth, you’re probably better off stealing someone else’s handcuff instead. Gillislee isn’t the worst handcuff in the world, but if he costs you anything more than a second or third to last pick in your draft, you’ve paid too much.

Kenjon Barner, RB PHI (ADP: 231.3) – The quad injury to Wendell Smallwood has opened the door for Barner to get some work as the primary handcuff to the oft-injured Ryan Mathews, but his role is not yet defined. Smallwood is expected to return to the field for this coming week’s preseason game and the two could continue to battle it out over the next week and a half. The only thing we do know is that if when Mathews does get hurt, the job will default to one of them as Darren Sproles is not going to be considered for anything more than his usual third-down role.

Mock Draft Army ADP

RankPlayerPos.TeamCurrent2 Wks AgoTrend
1Antonio BrownWRPIT1.41.57.5%
2Odell Beckham, Jr.WRNYG2.12.1-1.8%
3Julio JonesWRATL2.52.4-3.6%
4Todd GurleyRBLARM5.35.54.2%
5DeAndre HopkinsWRHOU5.85.5-5.0%
6David JohnsonRBARI6.16.21.0%
7A.J. GreenWRCIN7.87.6-2.7%
8Ezekiel ElliotRBDAL10.19.7-3.7%
9Dez BryantWRDAL10.310.63.1%
10Adrian PetersonRBMIN10.410.73.2%
11Le'Veon BellRBPIT11.79.8-16.6%
12Allen RobinsonWRJAX12.212.41.6%
13Rob GronkowskiTENE12.411.7-5.4%
14Lamar MillerRBHOU15.214.8-2.8%
15Devonta FreemanRBATL16.817.53.9%
16Keenan AllenWRSD18.718.4-1.3%
17Jamaal CharlesRBKC18.918.3-3.0%
18Jordy NelsonWRGB18.918.3-3.3%
19Brandon MarshallWRNYJ20.723.312.8%
20Amari CooperWROAK20.920.90.0%
21Mike EvansWRTB21.021.52.4%
22Brandin CooksWRNO21.521.4-0.4%
23Alshon JefferyWRCHI24.425.96.3%
24Eddie LacyRBGB26.927.10.9%
25Demaryius ThomasWRDEN28.127.6-1.9%
26Mark IngramRBNO28.529.32.9%
27Sammy WatkinsWRBUF28.728.80.4%
28T.Y. HiltonWRIND29.228.7-1.7%
29Doug MartinRBTB29.428.2-4.1%
30Jarvis LandryWRMIA30.230.2-0.1%
31Randall CobbWRGB33.233.0-0.5%
32Kelvin BenjaminWRCAR34.033.5-1.5%
33Julian EdelmanWRNE34.434.91.5%
34LeSean McCoyRBBUF34.436.87.0%
35Matt ForteRBNYJ37.334.9-6.3%
36Golden TateWRDET37.537.3-0.6%
37Carlos HydeRBSF38.538.0-1.2%
38Cam NewtonQBCAR38.641.88.2%
39C.J. AndersonRBDEN41.942.72.0%
40Jeremy MaclinWRKC42.343.01.6%
41Thomas RawlsRBSEA42.540.7-4.2%
42Jordan ReedTEWAS42.942.0-2.1%
43Doug BaldwinWRSEA43.740.9-6.4%
44Demarco MurrayRBTEN45.246.93.8%
45Eric DeckerWRNYJ46.748.64.1%
46Latavius MurrayRBOAK46.749.05.0%
47Aaron RodgersQBGB50.251.32.2%
48Greg OlsenTECAR51.148.7-4.7%
49Michael FloydWRARI52.354.94.9%
50Ryan MathewsRBPHI53.155.13.8%
51Donte MoncriefWRIND54.458.27.0%
52Emmanuel SandersWRDEN54.751.4-6.1%
53Jeremy LangfordRBCHI55.155.30.4%
54Jordan MatthewsWRPHI56.154.8-2.3%
55Larry FitzgeraldWRARI56.661.48.6%
56Andrew LuckQBIND60.364.06.2%
57Allen HurnsWRJAX60.458.7-2.8%
58Jeremy HillRBCIN61.863.12.0%
59John BrownWRARI62.563.21.1%
60DeVante ParkerWRMIA66.565.2-1.9%
61Michael CrabtreeWROAK66.662.8-5.7%
62Russell WilsonQBSEA67.469.83.6%
63Tyler LockettWRSEA67.671.86.3%
64Danny WoodheadRBSD68.570.42.8%
65Delanie WalkerTETEN68.869.91.6%
66Giovani BernardRBCIN69.367.0-3.3%
67Jonathan StewartRBCAR69.372.54.6%
68Matt JonesRBWAS70.065.1-7.0%
69Travis KelceTEKC70.168.5-2.3%
70Duke JohnsonRBCLE70.668.7-2.7%
71Coby FleenerTENO72.775.03.2%
72Marvin JonesWRDET72.978.57.7%
73Drew BreesQBNO73.474.51.5%
74Kevin WhiteWRCHI75.275.1-0.1%
75Ben RoethlisbergerQBPIT76.373.9-3.1%
76Melvin GordonRBSD78.982.64.6%
77Sterling ShepardWRNYG80.383.43.8%
78DeSean JacksonWRWAS81.684.03.0%
79Frank GoreRBIND82.781.5-1.4%
80Chris IvoryRBJAX83.884.60.9%
81Theo RiddickRBDET84.782.1-3.1%
82Ameer AbdullahRBDET86.380.6-6.6%
83Jay AjayiRBMIA90.376.9-14.8%
84Arian FosterRBMIA91.1103.213.2%
85Corey ColemanWRCLE91.292.41.4%
86Tyler EifertTECIN91.385.9-5.9%
87T.J. YeldonRBJAX93.090.4-2.7%
88Justin ForsettRBBAL94.394.60.3%
89Zach ErtzTEPHI94.490.4-4.3%
90Willie SneadWRNO94.696.82.3%
91Markus WheatonWRPIT94.692.0-2.8%
92Dion LewisRBNE94.746.3-51.1%
93DeAngelo WilliamsRBPIT94.9100.76.1%
94Tom BradyQBNE95.396.51.3%
95Charles SimsRBTB96.696.80.2%
96Rashad JenningsRBNYG96.798.72.0%
97Gary BarnidgeTECLE98.595.6-3.0%
98Stefon DiggsWRMIN99.6100.61.0%
99Travis BenjaminWRSD100.8105.34.4%
100Eli ManningQBNYG101.4102.10.6%
101Blake BortlesQBJAX102.0100.2-1.8%
102Laquon TreadwellWRMIN102.2100.7-1.5%
103Carson PalmerQBARI103.198.4-4.6%
104Josh GordonWRCLE104.5112.88.0%
105Julius ThomasTEJAX106.0109.43.2%
106Tavon AustinWRLARM108.0108.70.6%
107Kamar AikenWRBAL109.8114.84.6%
108Philip RiversQBSD111.6113.11.4%
109Isaiah CrowellRBCLE112.7115.32.3%
110Derrick HenryRBTEN113.2116.52.9%
111Michael ThomasWRNO114.7120.14.7%
112Torrey SmithWRSF115.7115.1-0.5%
113Mohamed SanuWRATL116.4122.04.8%
114Dwayne AllenTEIND117.6120.22.2%
115Derek CarrQBOAK117.8120.42.2%
116Tevin ColemanRBATL118.6122.63.3%
117Vincent JacksonWRTB120.7121.91.0%
118Bilal PowellRBNYJ123.1126.62.8%
119Karlos WilliamsRBFA125.497.0-22.7%
120Steve Smith, Sr.WRBAL126.0118.7-5.8%
121Antonio GatesTESD127.6128.10.4%
122Ladarius GreenTEPIT129.8101.7-21.6%
123Martellus BennettTENE131.3131.50.1%
124Jimmy GrahamTESEA132.2134.31.6%
125Dorial Green-BeckhamWRTEN134.8129.5-3.9%
126Arizona CardinalsD/STARI134.8133.2-1.2%
127Devin FunchessWRCAR135.1147.69.3%
128Sammie CoatesWRPIT136.1139.92.8%
129Seattle SeahawksD/STSEA136.3140.32.9%
130Devontae BookerRBDEN137.0141.33.1%
131LeGarrette BlountRBNE138.4149.07.6%
132C.J. ProsiseRBSEA139.0119.7-13.9%
133Stephen GostkowskiKNE139.7134.8-3.5%
134Denver BroncosD/STDEN140.9136.6-3.1%
135Tyler BoydWRCIN143.4149.13.9%
136Phillip DorsettWRIND144.9158.59.4%
137Eric EbronTEDET145.2147.61.6%
138Carolina PanthersD/STCAR145.9144.1-1.2%
139Kenneth DixonRBBAL146.8139.0-5.3%
140Chris HoganWRNE151.9147.5-2.9%
141Javorius AllenRBBAL152.8138.4-9.4%
142Darren SprolesRBPHI154.3152.2-1.3%
143Josh DoctsonWRWAS155.8131.5-15.6%
144Kirk CousinsQBWAS156.8139.2-11.2%
145Pierre GarconWRWAS158.1161.32.0%
146DeAndre WashingtonRBOAK158.3153.5-3.1%
147Breshad PerrimanWRBAL159.3146.0-8.4%
148Alfred MorrisRBDAL160.3167.94.7%
149Jordan HowardRBCHI161.3161.30.0%
150Houston TexansD/STHOU163.8163.90.1%
151Kansas City ChiefsD/STKC164.3165.70.9%
152Tony RomoQBDAL164.6147.8-10.2%
153Charcandrick WestRBKC164.6147.8-10.2%
154Steven HauschkaKSEA164.8162.9-1.1%
155Will FullerWRHOU164.8158.8-3.7%
156Nelson AgholorWRPHI166.7160.5-3.7%
157Rishard MatthewsWRTEN166.9172.93.6%
158Jerick McKinnonRBMIN169.7180.06.1%
159Mike WallaceWRBAL170.0185.39.0%
160Justin TuckerKBAL170.3167.5-1.6%
161Tyrod TaylorQBBUF171.9183.56.7%
162Chris JohnsonRBARI173.3164.0-5.4%
163Matthew StaffordQBDET174.1178.62.6%
164Jameis WinstonQBTB174.1162.8-6.5%
165Shane VereenRBNYG174.9171.9-1.7%
166Chandler CatanzaroKARI175.1178.41.9%
167Paul PerkinsRBNYG176.7158.9-10.1%
168Graham GanoKCAR177.2173.4-2.1%
169James StarksRBGB177.5180.31.6%
170Marcus MariotaQBTEN179.8171.8-4.5%
171Wendell SmallwoodRBPHI181.4161.2-11.1%
172Los Angeles RamsD/STLARM181.5183.81.3%
173Chris ThompsonRBWAS181.9184.21.3%
174Dan BaileyKDAL183.6183.1-0.3%
175Zach MillerTECHI184.8168.4-8.9%
176Terrance WilliamsWRDAL185.2182.8-1.3%
177Andy DaltonQBCIN185.4167.5-9.7%
178New York JetsD/STNYJ186.1184.6-0.8%
179Minnesota VikingsD/STMIN187.5183.8-2.0%
180New England PatriotsD/STNE187.9187.2-0.4%
181Darren McFaddenRBDAL189.0176.7-6.5%
182Jason WittenTEDAL189.7183.3-3.4%
183Ryan TannehillQBMIA190.2186.6-1.9%
184James WhiteRBNE190.6215.012.8%
185Brandon, McManusKDEN190.7191.10.2%
186Kendall WrightWRTEN191.3181.7-5.0%
187Victor CruzWRNYG191.6182.0-5.0%
188Matt RyanQBATL195.4183.8-5.9%
189Cincinnati BengalsD/STCIN195.4195.70.1%
190Mason CrosbyKGB195.5190.2-2.7%
191Ted Ginn, Jr.WRCAR196.1193.5-1.3%
192Tajae SharpeWRTEN196.7224.414.1%
193Roberto AguayoKTB196.9187.8-4.6%
194Cameron Artis-PayneRBCAR198.5192.2-3.2%
195Blair WalshKMIN200.1193.8-3.2%
196Chris BoswellKPIT200.6194.8-2.9%
197Buffalo BillsD/STBUF200.9206.52.8%
198Clive WalfordTEOAK201.7192.0-4.8%
199Kenyan DrakeRBMIA202.1189.8-6.1%
200Cairo SantosKKC202.6203.60.5%
201Austin Seferian-JenkinsTETB204.7196.8-3.8%
202Josh FergusonRBIND205.5213.33.8%
203C.J. SpillerRBNO207.1200.7-3.1%
204Andre EllingtonRBARI207.2198.3-4.3%
205Rueben RandleWRPHI207.3197.4-4.8%
206Jared CookTEGB208.2200.2-3.8%
207Jermaine KearseWRSEA209.3200.4-4.2%
208Keith MarshallRBWAS209.6200.3-4.4%
209Ryan FitzpatrickQBNYJ210.6204.7-2.8%
210Brandon LaFellWRCIN210.8205.6-2.5%
211Ronnie HillmanRBDEN212.4199.1-6.3%
212Oakland RaidersD/STOAK212.6199.9-6.0%
213Jamison CrowderWRWAS214.1203.4-5.0%
214Brandon ColemanWRNO214.5219.42.3%
215Davante AdamsWRGB215.0212.4-1.2%
216Adam VinatieriKIND215.3216.30.5%
217Kenny StillsWRMIA215.7222.93.3%
218Charles ClayTEBUF216.2209.7-3.0%
219Kyle RudolphTEMIN216.4203.6-5.9%
220Josh BrownKNYG216.7204.7-5.6%
221Robert WoodsWRBUF217.6216.6-0.4%
222Christine MichaelRBSEA219.9N/AN/A
223Lance DunbarRBDAL219.9N/AN/A
224Spencer WareRBKC220.9225.92.2%
225Bruce EllingtonWRSF221.0218.4-1.2%
226New York GiantsD/STNYG221.0215.6-2.4%
227Philadelphia EaglesD/STPHI222.3210.3-5.4%
228Will TyeTENYG222.4210.5-5.4%
229Jacksonville JaguarsD/STJAX222.5212.5-4.5%
230J.J. NelsonWRARI223.0217.1-2.6%
231Jay CutlerQBCHI223.6219.2-2.0%
232Anquan BoldinWRDET223.9233.64.3%
233Vance McDonaldTESF224.0217.7-2.8%
234Danny AmendolaWRNE224.2220.2-1.8%
235Tim HightowerRBNO224.6227.91.5%
236Pittsburgh SteelersD/STPIT225.7215.0-4.7%
237Ka'Deem CareyRBCHI226.3215.9-4.6%
238Tyler GaffneyRBNE226.3259.014.4%
239Charles JohnsonWRMIN226.3259.014.4%
240Terrelle PryorWRCLE226.4251.411.1%
241Brock OsweilerQBHOU226.8221.6-2.3%
242Joe FlaccoQBBAL227.7224.3-1.5%
243Connor BarthKNO227.9218.1-4.3%
244Connor BarthKNO227.9N/AN/A
245Braxton MillerWRHOU227.9N/AN/A
246Jace AmaroTENYJ228.1N/AN/A
247Virgil GreenTEDEN228.1N/AN/A
248Martavis BryantWRPIT228.2218.5-4.3%
249Mike GillisleeRBBUF228.9N/AN/A
250Andrew HawkinsWRCLE228.9N/AN/A
251Jaelen StrongWRHOU229.1241.25.3%
252DeAndre SmelterWRSF229.5220.3-4.0%
253Stevie JohnsonWRSD229.6220.5-4.0%
254Jeff JanisWRGB230.1225.9-1.8%
255Nate WashingtonWRTEN230.8222.1-3.8%
256Dontrelle InmanWRSD231.0225.7-2.3%
257Green Bay PackersD/STGB231.0224.1-3.0%
258Kenjon BarnerRBPHI231.3N/AN/A
259Mike ThomasWRLARM231.3N/AN/A
260Dustin HopkinsKWAS232.0223.8-3.5%
261Shaun DraughnRBSF232.2233.00.4%
262Alex SmithQBKC232.3224.2-3.5%
263Josh LamboKSD232.5224.4-3.5%
264Robbie GouldKCHI232.6224.6-3.4%
265Miami DolphinsD/STMIA233.3225.5-3.3%
266Tyler ErvinRBHOU233.6230.8-1.2%
267Terrance WestRBBAL234.3238.01.6%
268Teddy BridgewaterQBMIN235.0227.9-3.0%
269Alex CollinsRBSEA235.3236.90.7%
270Richard RodgersTEGB235.5228.6-2.9%
271Tyreek HillWRKC236.7230.3-2.7%
272Jordan CameronTEMIA239.5244.72.2%
273Quinton PattonWRSF240.7245.52.0%
274Sebastian JanikowskiKOAK241.1N/AN/A
275Jacquizz RodgersRBCHI241.1N/AN/A
276Matt BryantKATL243.3255.75.1%
277Kenny BrittWRLARM243.3255.75.1%
278Zach ZennerRBDET243.8251.23.0%
279Cameron BrateTETB244.1249.02.0%
280Reggie BushRBBUF246.1258.24.9%
281Justin HardyWRATL246.1258.24.9%
282Robert TurbinRBIND248.4255.12.7%
283Tyrell WilliamsWRSD248.4255.12.7%
284Seth RobertsWROAK248.5252.41.6%
285Pharoh CooperWRLARM248.8253.51.9%
286Tyler KroftTECIN248.9249.00.1%
287Alfred BlueRBHOU249.6256.22.6%
288Chris ConleyWRKC249.6256.22.6%
289Robert Griffin IIIQBCLE249.7254.01.7%
290Jacob TammeTEATL250.2251.20.4%
291Washington RedskinsD/STWAS252.0254.51.0%
292James JonesWRSD252.3252.0-0.1%
293Rashad GreeneWRJAX254.0254.30.1%
294Leonte CarrooWRMIA254.2254.60.2%
295Jesse JamesTEPIT254.4254.90.2%
296Jeff HeuermanTEDEN254.5255.00.2%
297Benny CunninghamRBLARM254.6255.10.2%
298Geremy DavisWRNYG254.6255.10.2%
299Sam BradfordQBPHI254.7255.30.2%
300Marqise LeeWRJAX254.7255.30.2%
301Tampa Bay BuccaneersD/STTB255.4258.31.1%
302Darrius Heyward-BeyWRPIT255.4258.31.1%
303Rob KelleyRBWAS255.5256.20.3%
304Cecil Shorts IIIWRHOU255.5256.20.3%
305Jerell AdamsTENYG255.7256.70.4%
306Aldrick RobinsonWRATL255.7256.70.4%
307Benjamin WatsonTEBAL256.9258.40.6%
308Brice ButlerWRDAL256.9258.40.6%
309Dallas CowboysD/STDAL257.1258.60.6%
310Cole BeasleyWRDAL257.1258.60.6%
311Stevan RidleyRBDET257.2258.70.6%
312Hunter HenryTESD257.2258.70.6%
313Albert WilsonWRKC266.7N/AN/A
314Malcolm MitchellWRNE266.7N/AN/A