09 Dec 2012, 08:36pm by Matt Waldman
Matt Waldman wrote a three-part series on David Wilson at his RSP blog last spring. Waldman describes the Giants back as a potential NFL starter with flashes of refined play, but Wilson had enough issues during his college career to require additional development.
5 comments, Last at 10 Dec 2012, 7:06pm by BJR
08 Dec 2012, 11:32am by Matt Waldman
Graham was having an All-America-caliber season in 2011 before he tore his ACL against Connecticut. How does he look in 2012?
5 comments, Last at 31 Dec 2012, 5:56am by POC Trabec Race MIPS
06 Dec 2012, 10:42pm by Matt Waldman
It has come as no surprise that the Broncos passing offense under Peyton Manning has developed in record time. Demaryius Thomas' improvement is a a big reason why. RSP blog contributor Nathan Miller provides analysis of Thomas' game, pre-Manning and now.
10 comments, Last at 09 Dec 2012, 4:13pm by Karl Cuba
01 Dec 2012, 11:32am by Matt Waldman
Milliner may not be the best cornerback prospect to ever grace a college stadium, but he’s one of the best prospects in the 2013 draft class.
5 comments, Last at 26 Apr 2013, 4:43pm by ChatRandom
30 Nov 2012, 12:39pm by Matt Waldman
This RSP blog post is a comparison-contrast of technique between an overrated (Hill) and underrated (Jones) rookie receiver.
5 comments, Last at 02 Dec 2012, 11:39pm by Jim Glass
26 Nov 2012, 11:03pm by Matt Waldman
Bryce Brown was the top-rated running back entering college football in 2009 – over Trent Richardson.The Eagles made him a seventh-round pick to ensure no other team could sign him. Ability-wise, Brown is nowhere near a seventh-round grade: he’s a big back with soft hands, good burst, long speed, and finishing power.
14 comments, Last at 29 Nov 2012, 3:56pm by Anonymousssssssssss
24 Nov 2012, 10:34am by Matt Waldman
The 6-foot-1, 217-pound Rhodes is a promising player because he plays smaller than his size. It's one of the few instances where this characterization is a compliment.
21 Nov 2012, 04:13am by Matt Waldman
Study football players long enough and it becomes clear that we all make assumptions about what they can and cannot do. Here's a play of Kenjon Barner's that may challenge assumptions about him if enough of them exist on tape.
4 comments, Last at 22 Nov 2012, 12:48pm by Mark Porter
17 Nov 2012, 11:51am by Matt Waldman
North Carolina State cornerback David Amerson is a good example of a prospect whose skills make his draft stock more volatile than others in his class.
3 comments, Last at 20 Nov 2012, 11:41pm by DMVLeGeND
10 Nov 2012, 11:31am by Matt Waldman
When a 6-foot-3, 210-pound safety with a special teams mentality can cover elite college receivers as disparate as the 6-foot-3, 210-pound Keenan Allen and the 5-foot-9, 174-pound Tavon Austin, he has the undivided attention of NFL scouts.
3 comments, Last at 12 Nov 2012, 5:15pm by BlueStarDude