29 Sep 2012, 10:37am by Matt Waldman
When we look at the spectrum of Alabama running backs, Eddie Lacy is more like Trent Richardson or Mark Ingram than Glen Coffee. Matt Waldman shows how Lacy transcended his offensive line against Arkansas.
8 comments, Last at 01 Jan 2013, 7:05am by mano
26 Sep 2012, 10:55am by Matt Waldman
During Jay Cutler’s first three years, Dynasty Rogues writers and former college assistant coach Nick Whalen found himself making excuses for Cutler's play. His offensive line is bad. His weapons aren’t talented. His offensive coaches aren’t playing to his strengths. No more excuses. He decided to break down Jay Cutler’s game versus Green Bay and see what the talented, but undisciplined Bears quarterback needs to fix.
53 comments, Last at 27 Sep 2012, 5:32pm by dmstorm22
22 Sep 2012, 11:05am by Matt Waldman
Quickness and instincts make this 6-foot-4, 320-pound defensive tackle worthy of his first name.
5 comments, Last at 24 Sep 2012, 8:22am by Dean
15 Sep 2012, 11:36am by Matt Waldman
Georgia outside linebacker Jarvis Jones is the bigger name, but inside linebacker Alec Ogletree is a fine prospect in his own right.
09 Sep 2012, 07:19pm by Matt Waldman
Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson displays reckless tendencies that, if not fixed, could hurt his chances of reaching his potential as an NFL quarterback. However, Wilson also has transcendent moments as a decision-maker.
3 comments, Last at 10 Sep 2012, 3:03pm by Karl Cuba
08 Sep 2012, 04:23pm by Matt Waldman
Football and music (and in this case, Kung Fu) continue to have a number of parallels for me. I played saxophone from the age of 8 until I stopped at 23. This is roughly the same career life span of most college football players. Those who continue playing beyond college and perform on the highest stage possess a mastery of fundamentals that require a willingness to enslave oneself to the development process: practice. Utah senior DeVonte Christopher is just embarking on that journey. More at Matt Waldman's Rookie Scouting Portfolio blog.
03 Sep 2012, 04:51pm by Matt Waldman
A criticism I read about a few college running backs this week was the tendency for some of them to run up the back of offensive linemen. Sometimes this is a fair criticism of a player. However, there are numerous examples of plays where a running back is not at fault for colliding with the backsides of his blockers. I thought it might be helpful to provide examples of when this type of behavior is not the fault of the runner. I’m using South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore and his teammates as an example.
3 comments, Last at 05 Sep 2012, 11:28am by Qwijybo
13 May 2012, 10:53pm by Matt Waldman
Over on his own site, our new prospect scouting writer Matt Waldman has some thoughts about Russell Wilson, comparing him to Drew Brees, and what that says about player comparisons in general. Comparing player style doesn't mean that you're saying Player A is just as good as Player B.
4 comments, Last at 22 May 2012, 11:44pm by HawkFan2012
23 Apr 2012, 12:20pm by Matt Waldman
Futures looks at Tennessee-Chattanooga quarterback B.J. Coleman and the skills he transcribed from Peyton Manning.
56 comments, Last at 29 Apr 2012, 5:17pm by DisplacedPackerFan
16 Apr 2012, 12:55pm by Matt Waldman
Kirk Cousins is talked about highly in scouting circles, but Futures delves into the footwork that could keep him from becoming an NFL starter.
20 comments, Last at 20 Apr 2012, 7:44pm by Noah of Arkadia