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Scouting Notes: Andre Hal vs Ole Miss

Written by Jeremy Hyde on September 4, 2013

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#23 –  CB  -  Andre Hal vs Ole Miss  -  8/29/13   With all the surrounding talent in the SEC, it is easy to see how Andre Hal may have flown a bit under the radar to date. He was impressive in his first year as a starter for the Commodores in 2012, finishing the season with 16 passes defended, including two interceptions in a win over Tennessee. With ideal length, athleticism, physicality, and the ability to close quickly on the football in the air, Hal fits the prototype of the shutdown corner. A strong senior season could place him in the upper echelon of defensive backs heading into the draft process.

Hal spent much of this game matched up with Donte Moncrief, the Rebels’ top receiver (66 receptions for 979 yards and 10 TDs) from a season ago. Left on an island, Hal did an excellent job of (read more…)

Ryan Lownes’ Initial Top 25

Written by Ryan Lownes on August 30, 2013

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Jeremy Hyde’s Top 32 Big Board

Written by Jeremy Hyde on August 30, 2013

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JMPasq’s Top 64 Big Board

Written by JMPasq on August 29, 2013

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Side by Side 2014 Mock Drafts

Written by Aaron Aloysius on August 28, 2013

New Mock Drafts

Using a draft order determined via a weighted draft lottery, Aaron Aloysius & Ryan Lownes unveil their initial 2014 mock drafts.

 

Top Five Senior QB Rankings

Written by Justis Mosqueda on August 26, 2013

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1. Jeff Mathews (Cornell)

Jeff Mathews is the best quarterback you’ve probably never heard of. He plays against non-scholarship athletes in the Ivy League, but also plays with them — his receiving corps tends to be especially drop-prone. He’s also the only “top” quarterback in this class with slightly above average height, which should help endear him to teams & scouts that have baseline measurables.

Mathews’ strong arm and top-flight deep ball make him a perfect fit for a team that runs a vertical offense, such as Arizona or Cleveland. He’s a very intelligent quarterback (Ivy League, who would have guessed?) with underrated mobility, but he isn’t the most proficient passer on the move.

While “QB wins” is too often misused as a metric, Cornell is 11-19 in three seasons under Mathews, which inevitably will raise concerns. Not very many quarterbacks whose teams have accumulated fewer wins than losses end (read more…)

Four Prospects Set to Upend Draft Boards

Written by Jeremy Hyde on August 25, 2013

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Rookie QB Passing Charts

Written by Aaron Aloysius on August 18, 2013

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Video Scouting Report: Tajh Boyd

Written by Justis Mosqueda on August 8, 2013

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Video Scouting Report: Jeff Mathews

Written by Justis Mosqueda on July 29, 2013

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