25 Apr 2011
"Favre went in the second round, right? If you look at their college stats, Favre and Locker are practically identical. Now look at this play: Tell me this guy doesn’t move like Favre, scramble like Favre, throw like Favre. Pretend he has the number four on his jersey. His release is a lot like Favre, too."
These numbers are not adjusted for conference/opposition/weather or the most important factor of all, historical era. But the results are still surprising and fascinating.
32 comments, Last at 10 Mar 2012, 4:33am by monsterbeats
Even in what looks like an historically great class of running back prospects, LSU's Leonard Fournette comes out on top. The depth of quality options, though, makes it clear: 2017 is a great year to draft a runner.