NFL Draft

September 11, 2017

Lamar Jackson: Pro Ready

by Diante Lee Surely, everyone can recall their formal introduction to 2016 Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson. For the luckiest 50,000 of us, it was witnessed Mid-September in the sea of red that is Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. For most […]
August 17, 2017

2018 NFL Draft: Quarterback Passing Efficiency vs Quality Opponents and Sam Darnold

Last week, my good friend Jackson Safon, a student at USC, asked me for my take on Trojan redshirt sophomore quarterback Sam Darnold. I told him that one of the most interesting things about his evaluation is the fact that during […]
August 15, 2017

How Evaluators Set Up Roberto Aguayo to Bust

Just one year after being drafted in the late second round, former Tampa Bay Buccaneers kicker Roberto Aguayo is now the face the “why would you use a top-150 pick on a special teams player” take, officially surpassing Bryan “drafted before […]
June 8, 2017

Tackle+ and the 2018 NFL Draft Defensive Line Class

Justis Mosqueda If you follow me on Twitter you know that 1) I’m not as big of a fan of linebackers as most football fans are (which is much more than the NFL shows during free agency), 2) I think […]
June 5, 2017

What to Learn from NFL Draft Scout’s First 2018 Update

Justis Mosqueda NFL Draft Scout just updated their 2018 database with actual grades attached to players for the first time this draft cycle. While they don’t have seventh-round grades attached to anyone, they have given out 98 grades of third-round […]
June 5, 2017

2018 NFL Draft Wide Receiver Watch List

Justis Mosqueda We don’t know how many watch lists we’re going to post this summer, but we do value saving time. As we mentioned in our pass-rusher watch list, there’s right, wrong and reality. The reality of the situation is […]
May 30, 2017

Best and Worst Traits: Mason Rudolph

By Derrik Klassen
May 15, 2017

Top 10 Pass-Rushers in 2018 NFL Draft

Justis Mosqueda Senior Power 5 EDGE Watch List Senior Mid Major EDGE Watch List After watching at least one game of each senior on the Power 5/Mid Major watch lists, plus watching every returning Power 5 underclassman with more than five […]