The college All-Star games represent one last chance for scouts -- and fans -- to see the top prospects play with pads before the . At 8 p.m. ET Thursday on the NFL Network, some will be doing just that at the .Who are some of the players you should look for as a fan?That starts by looking at Detroits greatest needs headed into the offseason. Here is the position breakdown:- Quarterback (QB)- Secondary (CB, S) Tyler Bass Jersey - Wide Receiver (WR)- EDGE rusher (OLB in 3-4 defense)Quarterback Jared Goffs future is uncertain, and his backups leave much to be desired.Detroit's pa s defense was ranked 23rd, having given up an average of 244.7 yards per game. It is hard to win more than 3.5 games, when you give up that kind of yardage through the air.Outside of WR Amon-Ra St. Brown (90 receptions) and maybe Kalif Raymond (48 receptions), there is quite a drop-off in receiver production among the group. Lastly, Detroit has got to be able to get more heat on the QB. The ranked second to last (31st) in average sacks a game in 2021 (1.8).Lets take a look now at seven prospects from the who fit these team needs.1.) QB DEriq King East Miami (Fla.) 5-foot-11, 195 poundsScouts will knock his height, but lets remember that Arizona Cardinals QB Kyler Murray is listed at Boogie Basham Jersey 5-foot-10. Quarterbacks like is where the NFL is going, fielding more and more dual-threats who can run and pa s. He has the ability to throw beautiful, long-range touch pa ses. Meanwhile, he scampered for 2,055 yards and 32 touchdowns on the ground while he was in college. Scroll to Continue2.) QB Brock Purdy Greg Mancz Jersey West Iowa State 6-foot-1, 220 pounds showed me more in his game against Texas than QBs and Sam Howell showed me all season. Purdy is also a dual-threat. He threw for 3,188 yards in 2021 (26th most), and averaged 3.2 yards per carry in 365 rushing attempts during his four-year college career. Purdy has pocket mobility, and he is a pretty accurate QB (71.1% completion percentage in 21), fitting the pigskin in through some tight windows. He reminds me of Rich Gannon. 3.) WR Jaivon Heiligh East Coastal Carolina 6-foot-2, 200 poundsAfter posting back-to-back 65-plus catch seasons the past two years, this big-framed target has stood out. He makes it look easy and shows good concentration. excels on slant routes and working along the sidelines downfield. He also has a knack for picking up yardage after the catch, via a mean stiff arm (for a receiver). 4.) WR Tyquan Thornton West Baylor 6-foot-3, 182 poundsThornton's a receiver who had a breakout year in 2021 and seems to be most comfortable on the receiving end of deep pa ses (10 TDs in 21). is a tall receiver with long arms, confident-looking hands and a big catch radius. 5.) CB Jermaine Waller East Virginia Tech 6-foot-1, 180 poundsHe has a nice long frame, and he has a little DAngelo Hall to his game. shows a knack Jim Kelly Jersey for being able to do what a lot of the shutdown corners can do, which is playing the ball like a wide receiver. He also likes to get physical. 6.) S QwynnterrioCole West Louisville 6-foot-3, 190 poundsAs a transfer from Alcorn State, where he did not put up big numbers, this guy exploded in 2021. He posted 87 tackles (65 solo), one forced fumbled, one interception and six pa ses defensed. At Alcorn State, he hinted that he was a ballhawk and an aggre sive thumper. He proved it was true. 7.) EDGE Ali Fayad East Western Michigan 6-foot-2, 250 pounds capsulized his week at practice, leading up to the Siran Neal Jersey East-West Shrine Bowl, as such: Fayad has undoubtedly been the defensive MVP through day three of practices. Hes been rolling through one-on-ones, winning in advanced ways - including spin moves, fake spins, ghost rushes and more. added the above to a resume that already included a total of 13 sacks and two forced fumbles from this past season.