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
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.
3 comments, Last at 12 Nov 2012, 5:15pm by BlueStarDude
03 Nov 2012, 10:21am by Matt Waldman
Jordan Reed has the athleticism to follow in Aaron Hernandez's footsteps.
4 comments, Last at 05 Nov 2012, 6:31pm by justanothersteve
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.
2 comments, Last at 29 Oct 2012, 6:49pm by Cliff Claven
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.
4 comments, Last at 13 Dec 2012, 1:40am by Zookeepers
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.
2 comments, Last at 16 May 2013, 9:56pm by Ron1675
06 Oct 2012, 08:35am by Matt Waldman
UCLA running back Johnathan Franklin is a dark-horse candidate for the Heisman Trophy because he displays a maturity with his decision-making that few backs possess at the college level.
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