2016 NFL Draft: Injuries, News and Notes From Week 11

The upsets continue to pile up as the playoffs creep closer and closer. Michigan ended Ohio State’s perfect season on the Buckeyes’ own field, while Baylor kept playoff hopes alive by knocking off a fiesty Oklahoma State team. And if the week was not crazy enough, a legendary SEC coach may soon find himself out […]


2016 NFL Draft: Senior Bowl, Shrine Game, and Other All-Star Game Invite Tracker

Once the college football season is over, college seniors can continue their football playing career a little longer, with the hope of playing in one of the many “all-star games” across the country. Lead by the Senior Bowl and Shrine Game, these all-star games are both entertaining for fans and crucial for evaluators as they […]


Luke Falk – Tomorrow’s NFL Prospect, Today’s Heisman Contender?

As the end of the season draws near, so too does the race for the coveted Heisman award. More than a few analysts, coaches, and other experts expect Alabama junior Derrick Henry to literally run away with the award. Mike Leach, head coach of Washington State University, has other thoughts on who he believes deserves […]


2016 NFL Draft Rankings: November 19th 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, […]


2016 NFL Draft: Injuries, News and Notes From Week 10

Just as a solid playoff picture was starting to come together, another crazy weekend has shaken it up. Baylor dropped their first game of the season, ending their perfect record. Meanwhile, losses by LSU and Memphis have two championship-hungry teams struggling to stay afloat in a very competitive postseason race. Add that with TCU’s unimpressive […]


2016 NFL Draft: Injuries, News and Notes From Week 9

For the first time all-season, college football has a new number-one team in the AP rankings: Clemson passed former top team Ohio State. Throw in a few upsets of undefeated teams(namely, Navy over Memphis, Oklahoma State over TCU, and Alabama over LSU), and the playoff picture and Heisman race has heated up in just one […]

WACO, TX - DECEMBER 06:  Spencer Drango #58 of the Baylor Bears signals for a touchdown after Shock Linwood #32 of the Baylor Bears scored against the  Kansas State Wildcats during the first half of the game on December 6, 2014  at McLane Stadium in Waco, Texas.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Spencer Drango: the Value of a Leader on the O-Line

Strong quarterback play has been a constant throughout Baylor senior offensive tackle Spencer Drango’s collegiate career, whether it was Bryce Petty under center from 2012 to 2014 to Seth Russell’s breakout season this year. But with Russell’s season prematurely ending and talented yet inexperienced freshman Jarrett Stidham now running the Bears’ offense, Drango will face […]


2016 NFL Draft Small School Big Board – November 5th Update

In the 2015 NFL Draft, 20 non-FBS players are selected. Generally, the first goes off the board somewhere in the 2nd round, and then more start coming off the board by the 4th and 5th round, with a large portion picked after the 5th round. While it’s still very early in the scouting process, ESPECIALLY for small […]


2016 NFL Draft: Injuries, News and Notes From Week 8

For the third week in a row, an unbelievable play has capped off a week of college football, this time thanks to Miami’s crazy (and controversial) lateral play to defeat Duke. But there was much more than just one play to define this week: Quarterback controversies, surprising debuts, and unfortunate injuries were just a few […]


Tajae Sharpe: Finding NFL Talent on Transition College Program

There is a strong crop of wide receiver prospects in the NCAA this season. TCU’s Josh Doctson, Ball State’s Jordan Williams, and Rutgers’ Caroo Leonte are just a few names showcasing the kind of skills NFL executives love to see. But in the midst of all this talent, one playmaker from a little-regarded UMass program […]

Nov 29, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Temple Owls linebacker Tyler Matakevich (8) battles with Cincinnati Bearcats wide receiver Alex Chisum (80) during the third quarter at Lincoln Financial Field. The Cincinnati Bearcats won 14-6. Mandatory Credit: John Geliebter-USA TODAY Sports

2016 NFL Draft: Week 9 Scouting Match-Up Preview

  The slate of games this weekend is not all that attractive, but there are some notable matchups to pay close attention to with two showdowns coming during the week. The sleeper Temple Owls face their biggest task yet facing off with the ninth ranked Fighting Irish in Philadelphia. A game that may seem like […]

Nov 1, 2014; Waco, TX, USA;  Baylor Bears quarterback Seth Russell (17) throws a pass in the fourth quarter against the Kansas Jayhawks at McLane Stadium. Baylor beat  Kansas 60-14. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

2016 NFL Draft: Injuries, News and Notes From Week 7

Another crazy weekend of college football is in the books. This past week’s slate of games involved an unbeaten Utah being dismantled, a juggernaut Clemson flexing their muscles against a hapless Miami (and causing a coaching change in the process), and an undefeated Florida State falling to what is becoming one of the most infamous […]