Analyzing the tape of college football's best players... and the NFL's future stars.
If players who play multiple positions are the four-leaf clovers of football, then two-way players are the even rarer five-leaf variety. Myles Jack, a star at linebacker and running back, is college football's six-leaf clover.
Is Johnson capable of NFL brilliance? Burst will ultimately tell the tale.
Cooper's game has elements of Michael Crabtree and Roddy White. See what he must learn to fit into either one of these starters' development trajectory.
Abdullah could get lost in a strong class of running backs with size and speed, but good, all-round football players are just as hard to find.
Savage has the physical skills and flashes of on-field play that make him look like a first-rounder. Is his rumored late rise up draft boards a product of hyperbolic thinking?
You've just been awarded an NFL expansion team and must build your personnel department. How would you do it? Matt Waldman takes on the exercise.
Want to see what good middle linebacker play looks like? Watch this Alabama prospect work.
Matt Waldman isn't a betting man, but if he were, Aaron Donald would be one of two players in this deep draft class that he'd have no reservations betting on as a future star.
If blocking schemes were types of questions on a test, Matt Waldman explains why Bishop Sankey would be much better at true/false than multiple choice.
Campanaro is one of the least talked about receivers in this draft, but has the talent to be one of its earliest producers.