Rob Engle

Rob Engle scouted privately starting in 2004. Rob participated in an internship with the Baltimore Ravens scouting department and is continuing his professional career by attending Miami University (Ohio) to obtain a degree in Strategic Communication. Rob is also a member of the Football Writers Association of America.


2009 Season Preview: Offense

September 14, 2009

The 2009 College football season is expected to be an interesting one, headlined by the top 3 Quarterbacks who are trying to lead their teams to national championships and eventually lead themselves into top picks in the 2010 NFL Draft. These Quarterbacks are Tim Tebow (Sr- Florida), Colt McCoy (Sr- Texas), and Sam Bradford (RS Jr- Oklahoma). In this special Draft Breakdown season preview we will concentrate only on the top Senior players at each OFFENSIVE position.

Quarterback-

McCoy and Tebow are the ‘name guys’ of this group that you will hear about throughout the entire season. But, there are a host of other QB’s that are trying to campaign their way into being 1st day picks come the 2010 draft.

Quarterbacks

Draft Breakdown Top 10 1. Colt McCoy – Texas 2. Tim Tebow – Florida 3. Dan LeFevour – Central Michigan 4. Zac Robinson – (read more…)

Average Players Drafted by Position Chart

September 14, 2009

Every year thousands of people create their mock drafts in preparation of the NFL draft, and most of the time they aren’t using any data from past drafts to back up their predictions. Of course, no two drafts are exactly alike, but you’ll notice that there are certain trends that the draft follows because all teams value certain positions over others, which leads to teams drafting in a similar style. There is a reason why Guards and Centers are rarely drafted in the first round and a reason why kickers, punters and long snappers sometimes go undrafted. Too often I find other draftniks trying to project what round they think a player will be drafted in just based upon what they have seen on tape and maybe even their positional rankings. Last year I decided that there was something missing with that approach. Everyone knows that the NFL draft isn’t (read more…)

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