Analyzing the tape of college football's best players... and the NFL's future stars.
Beyond the immediate considerations of Hundley's potential, the quarterback's tape raises larger questions about the position.
Williams' game inspires a narrative of wishful thinking that college receivers will take the NFL by storm as rookies from here on out.
Matt Waldman breaks down the tape on the 2013 Heisman Trophy winner, who demonstrates mobility, accuracy, and anticipation of how the defense will respond.
This week’s Futures makes a visit to the past. Matt Waldman lists the 10 most influential prospects in his development as a talent evaluator.
When it comes to this massive talent, we're going to make it too complicated and the NFL will be too simplistic. Find out why.
Need a player who will do the dirty work to keep your quarterback looking and playing clean? O'Leary is your man.
The Wildcats receiver isn't the best athlete you'll ever see, but Matt Waldman says he could be an effective pro with small improvements in his technique.
DeMarco Murray is the toast of the NFL, but injury and team issues clouded some observers' view of his talent. Texas RB Malcolm Brown might have the same problem this winter.
There's a growing diversity of players that are labeled tight ends in the NFL. Rutgers' Tyler Kroft flashes upside to become more than a receiving specialist, but there's no guarantee he'll fulfill this potential.
Thought Myles Jack was a rarity? Thompson has starred at three positions and he's a special teams ace. But does he have a position in the NFL?