15 Dec 2012, 12:02pm by Matt Waldman
Wilson had a chance to go in the top half of the 2013 NFL Draft. This week’s column addresses the mindset that a scout or personnel director should utilize when evaluating a football player who left his college team on bad terms.
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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?
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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.
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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.
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.
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03 Nov 2012, 10:21am by Matt Waldman
Jordan Reed has the athleticism to follow in Aaron Hernandez's footsteps.
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27 Oct 2012, 12:30pm by Matt Waldman
A fluid athlete with promising all-around skills at the position, the 6-foot-6, 245-pound Eifert will appeal to many NFL teams.
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20 Oct 2012, 11:57am by Matt Waldman
Austin is among the most productive receivers in college football, but he hasn't showcased the kind of tools you might expect from an elite receiver.
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13 Oct 2012, 10:21am by Matt Waldman
A bad or uncharacteristic performance is often the result of a player and/or team stretched to do things that aren’t a part of the game plan. Matt Barkley's off-night against Stanford earlier this month is a good example.
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