Antonio Morrison: Showing What it Takes to Thrive After Injury

Nine months ago, University of Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison lied crumpled on Legion Field during the Birmingham Bowl against East Carolina. A gruesome knee injury knocked Morrison out of the remainder of Florida’s bowl game. Even the most optimistic timetable for Morrison’s recovery predicted he would be sidelined for at least several weeks of the […]


2016 NFL Draft: Injuries, News and Notes From Week 5

One chaotic week in college football has completely changed the playoff landscape, with teams either recovering from early losses (Alabama), suffering crushing defeats (Notre Dame, Georgia), or continuing surprising early dominance (Florida). See the news that will make an impact on the next week of an unpredictable season here.

MORGANTOWN, WV - SEPTEMBER 29:  Karl Joseph #8 of the West Virginia Mountaineers pumps up the crowd against the Baylor Bears during the game on September 29, 2012 at Mountaineer Field in Morgantown, West Virginia.  (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

2016 NFL Draft: Week 5 Scouting Match-Ups

We are completely diving into the conference schedule and have plenty of great league match-ups in week five. This week consists of five ranked versus ranked team match-ups, meaning there is plenty of NFL draft talent to go around. To kickoff Saturday, the first top 25 battle consists of West Virginia and Oklahoma with some […]


2016 NFL Draft: Jacoby Brissett Impresses Again vs. South Alabama, and More Notes

Almost reaching the over/under in the first half, North Carolina State took advantage of three South Alabama turnovers turning them into ten points. Behind a dominating rushing attack the Wolfpack finished the first half with 190 yards rushing with 88 from Matthew Dayes along with his three touchdowns. The junior finished the night with 150 […]


2016 NFL Draft: Week 4 Scouting Match-Ups

“Get-r-done” may be the catchy slogan this week, as college football will host plenty of playoff elimination games this Saturday. An in-state showdown with the high scoring Horned Frogs and Red Raiders should be a fun one to watch for those that like points. The quarterback match-ups this week do not fall short of intrigue […]


2016 NFL Draft Big Board: September 25th Update

At this point in the college football season and evaluation process, 2016 NFL Draft rankings are highly fluid. We focus on seniors primarily (with top-10 juniors included at the end), aiming to solidify their grades throughout the process. In our initial Big Board, Ronnie Stanley tops the board as the class’s best senior offensive lineman, with Ohio […]

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2016 NFL Draft Rankings: September 25th Position Rankings

Character evaluations and injury concerns are factored into our grades, but not to the level they will be once information is more readily apparent later in the process. Please note that we generally factor that if a offensive lineman can potentially play offensive tackle in the NFL, we leave him at tackle in our rankings, […]


Greyson Lambert: Seizing His Second Opportunity at Georgia With Efficiency

The Georgia Bulldogs have turned to a variety of talented quarterbacks in the last several seasons. From Matthew Stafford, the first overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, to Aaron Murray, the SEC leader in career passing yards. While Junior Greyson Lambert may not have had the same notoriety coming into the season as some […]


Quantifying Quarterbacks: Cal’s Jared Goff Intrigues vs. Texas

To this point, the Quantifying Quarterbacks series has highlighted underwhelming performances. This week ends that streak as we delve into Jared Goff’s outing versus Texas. This may be the first quality performance of the series, but, as the series was intended to expose, there is a lot more to Goff’s statline than the surface shows.

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2016 NFL Draft: Week Three Scouting Match-Ups

No giants have yet to be taken down by David, at least not all the way down as Auburn was certainly close escaping last week versus Jacksonville State, and none of the top dogs have yet to be depleted coming away with a big loss. Now bring on week three. The week of top tier […]


Quantifying Quarterbacks: Cincinnati’s Gunner Kiel Disappoints Early

Last week, the Quantifying Quarterbacks series opened up by analyzing Cardale Jones’ with the lens that he has not yet earned his status as a top quarterback. This week, the series follows a similar path by looking into Gunner Kiel’s messy performance versus Temple. A matchup against the Temple defense is more intimidating than it […]


Daeshon Hall: More than a Sidekick to Myles Garrett on Texas A&M Defense

At the start of the season, virtually every SEC team expected sophomore defensive linesman Myles Garrett to build off his outstanding freshman debut as the main force of an otherwise-lackluster Texas A&M defense. What they probably did not expect was a second Aggies defensive linesman to take the pressure off Garrett and prove his worth […]