Analyzing the tape of college football's best players... and the NFL's future stars.
The Georgia Bullddogs' dynamic duo should be on NFL rosters at some point in the next 72 hours. Which will be the better pro? That depends on what kind of running back you're looking for.
Though teammate Minkah Fitzpatrick gets more headlines, the other Alabama safety prospect in this year's draft deserves plenty of attention too.
There's a lot to like in the explosive ability in Florida's defensive tackle -- but there are also plenty of question marks to be found in his film.
Is the Wyoming quarterback as good as his highlights, or as bad as his numbers? Derrik Klassen breaks down the film and finds the answer is "yes."
He's not a finished product and he has some clear flaws, but the USC quarterback might be the most tantalizing prospect in this year's draft class. Guest columnist Seth Galina explains.
In his time at Florida State, the strong safety showed a rare combination of size, power, speed, and coverage ability that would make him a valuable commodity for any NFL defense.
UCLA's quarterback clearly has the talent to succeed as an NFL starter. The question is whether or not he can avoid enough mistakes to become a superstar.
A heart condition discovered at the combine has put the Michigan lineman's career in limbo, but Hurst had the best film of any defensive tackle in this year's draft class.
Man-to-man. Zone coverage. Run-stuffing. Pass-rushing. Alabama's Swiss Army knife defensive back can do it all, which makes him especially valuable in a league based on matchups and versatility.
If you think the Louisville product doesn't have franchise quarterback potential, or that he needs to switch positions, then you're not paying attention to the film. Charles McDonald explains.