The first two rounds of the NFL draft contain the most obvious talent, but Round 3 is where teams build depth and find hidden gems. I have graded each team’s selection from Round 3 and given a brief analysis of each pick. No. 64: Indianapolis Colts - Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson Decent player, but the Colts needed to fill other positions and after already drafting a TE in the second round, this pick was a mistake.
Being considered a “safe” draft selection seems to carry a negative connotation, but it shouldn ’t. For many NFL teams, it probably doesn ’t. A prospect described as safe is typically a player who had impressive production throughou... Read Post
Only a small percentage of top college football prospects will end up being selected in Round 1 of the 2014 NFL draft. These elite athletes offer teams a chance to immediately improve, theoretically, and as such, there's tremendous ... Read Post
The Denver Broncos have been around for 54 years as an NFL franchise. Along the way, the team has made some great selections on draft day. Picks like Lyle Alzado in 1971, Terrell Davis in the sixth round of the 1995 NFL draft and Ra... Read Post