Analyzing the tape of college football's best players... and the NFL's future stars.
Barr made the switch from anonymous fullback to star outside linebacker at UCLA, but can he elevate his game to earn the whispers of top-10 pick?
Some mad scientist has spliced the genetic material of Percy Harvin’s rugged, explosive athleticism with Brandon Lloyd’s route savvy and mind-bending body control, then removed migraines and mood swings.
A college player who reminds me of Eric Metcalf is Venric Mark. Scouts will wonder which positional template Mark fits into – if he fits into one at all.
When it comes to evaluating a football talent like Cordarrelle Paterson, I believe the Playmaker Score can be part of the conversation -- just not the entire discussion.
The biggest problem with scouting is the system, not the scouts themselves. Matt Waldman explains why the NFL's evaluation process is low-hanging fruit for an overhaul.
Both are exceptional athletes, but despite playing the same position these players are what Robert Frost once wrote, “two roads diverged in the wood.”
Who are Perez Ashford and Miguel Maysonet? And why does conventional wisdom underrate Texas A&M's Ryan Swope?
College offenses are targeting running backs of all sizes and roles in ways that continue to blur the line between runner and wide receiver.
Tight end Travis Kelce, wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, and linebacker Arthur Brown have a lot in common. Matt boils it down.
Manning quarterback-guru David Cutcliffe says Duke quarterback Sean Renfree is the steal of the draft. Find out why.