Analyzing the tape of college football's best players... and the NFL's future stars.
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.
Matt Waldman explores why his friend Ryan Riddle says Van Noy is Tyran Mathieu at linebacker.
The Wonderlic is great for testing future loan officers, but Matt Waldman would rather have Wonderlic failures like Jim Kelly or Ray Lewis as his on-field CEOs.
Matt Waldman has learned three things about evaluating football talent. Two of them were not the intended lessons that his teachers meant to share.
What does Matt Waldman think of the Speed Score's top four backs? It depends in part on how they fit into today's multi-personnel, multi-skill set NFL backfields.
"Sleepers" are still alive in football -- especially in the NFL Draft. Matt Waldman lists three late-round/UDFAs who have the talent to make the league.