Written by Bryan Perez on September 11, 2015
Each week during the college football season, Senior NFL Draft Analyst Bryan Perez will be offering four thoughts about the evolving 2016 NFL Draft landscape.
The first week of the college football season is in the books and we’re one game into week two. It’s (obviously) way too early to pass judgment on any of this year’s crop of likely prospects, but it’s certainly a worthy task to search for ‘concerns’ or ‘trends’ that could likely become part of the player’s final scouting report and grade.
First Down: Myles Jack is a bad man.
And by bad, I mean good. Of all the players that I watched this week, Jack was by far the most impressive. It wasn’t about his position-specific performance, because to be honest, there were a few warts there. But I couldn’t help but fall in love with the way he plays the game. He’s mean. He’s angry. (read more…)