It is a fact that every year in the NFL draft there will be players who are widely expected to be picked before a certain point—yet, in reality, they remain long after that point. Although a supposedly great player taking a back seat as other, seemingly lesser players are called ahead of him is interesting for fans, there is usually a reason why that person’s stock fell on the day of the draft.
The fastest offensive lineman at the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine and a standout at this year’s Senior Bowl, Ali Marpet has a chance to be the most highly drafted player from a Division III school in 25 years. No prospect from the Divi... Read Post
A number of workout warriors strutted their stuff at the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine and are seeing their draft stock soar as a result. Many of the best perceived players fared well in on-field drills, but there were a few among the m... Read Post
At the NFL Scouting Combine, there are players who help themselves, and players who hurt themselves. There are players who justify their pre draft hype (Vic Beasley, Trae Waynes, Kevin White and Bud Dupree come to mind, to name a fe... Read Post