For every headscratching surprise sprung during the first round of the NFL Draft, there's bound to be another highly-regarded college football player (or two) who get knocked down the order as a result. A disappointment for the kids, to be sure, though certainly a pleasant situation for those teams waiting to catch them later on. Surely, the organizations that picked up these three studs, who were expected to go earlier, won't be disappointed to welcome them into the fold once training camps open up this summer.
And with the 16th pick in the 2012 NFL draft, the New York Jets select Quinton Coples. Defensive End. North Carolina. To say this is a surprise is an understatement. Not only was a more proven defensive end still on the board (Melvi... Read Post
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 NFL and college football seasons are winding down, so let's take a quick look at some of the college game's best pass rushers who could make a difference at the NFL level. Quinton Coples, UNC: Coples has experience playing at de... Read Post