The 2012 NFL draft is drawing nearer and nearer, which means that teams need to begin finalizing their big boards, as there is little time left for players to impress scouts and GM. It seems that the riskiest prospects are always those with immense athleticism, freakish size, strength and other measurables, but little to show for it on the actual gridiron. Let’s take a look at a few of those guys that are projected to go in the first round because of their insane upside.
In ESPN's Todd McShay 's recent mock draft, the draft analyst projected that Quinton Coples would go off the board to the Panthers, who stand with the ninth pick in the first round. Here's his justification of the pick: The Panthers... Read Post
The Dallas Cowboys have their share of players to contemplate in the first round. Some prospects, such as David DeCastro and Quinton Coples, seem particularly attractive for the Cowboys. While DeCastro looks to be picked in the mid-... Read Post
There are few 2012 NFL draft prospects more enigmatic than North Carolina's Quinton Coples. At 6'6" 284 pounds, he has an ideal NFL defensive end frame, and when he fires off the snap on time, he seems unstoppable (just like he was ... Read Post