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365 Draft Podcast, Episode 1

Written by Bryan Perez on October 8, 2015


Draft Breakdown’s Senior NFL Draft Analysts Kyle Crabbs and Joe Marino discuss Myles Jack, James Conner, Kendall Fuller, and Ed Davis in the first episode of the 365 Draft Podcast.

The 365 Draft Podcast is part of NDT Scouting’s portfolio of NFL Draft coverage.  NDT Scouting was founded by Kyle Crabbs and publishes one of the industry’s most comprehensive NFL Draft guides.

Remember to subscribe to the Draft Breakdown podcast on iTunes.  All three of DB-hosted podcasts will appear in your subscription!

Matt Waldman’s Boiler Room: Josh Doctson, WR, TCU

Written by Bryan Perez on October 8, 2015


We’re pleased to welcome back Matt Waldman and his film room analysis to Draft Breakdown’s 2016 NFL Draft coverage.

His new Boiler Room series evaluates a prospect’s strengths and weaknesses in quick-hitting fashion from the perspective of one of the industry’s most talented scouting minds.  First up, Josh Doctson:

Three & Out Podcast, Episode 1

Written by Bryan Perez on October 7, 2015


Senior NFL Draft Analyst and Draft Breakdown co-owner Bryan Perez discusses Leonard Fournette, Jared Goff and the 2016 QB class, Myles Jack and the daily fantasy sports marketing assault.  You can watch or listen! Remember to subscribe to Three & Out on iTunes!  (Note:  this episode was recorded on 10.6.15)

The Draft Breakdown Podcast, Episode 2

Written by Bryan Perez on October 6, 2015



Seth, Justin and Justis are back to talk the 2016 NFL Draft.   The guys discuss Cardale Jones, Jared Goff and Trevone Boykin along with the prospect who shined in week five of the college football season.  And be ready for the latest Hot Takes in Ep. 2 of the Draft Breakdown Podcast!

Remember to subscribe to the show on iTunes!

CFB Week 5 Scouting Watch Guide

Written by Jeff Risdon on October 3, 2015

Jacoby Brissett gets a chance to prove his draft worth

Conference schedules have begun in full force. This week’s top games feature several Big 12 and SEC clashes. The ACC makes a couple of appearances here too. As some have accused me of being too Big 10-centric, I’m ignoring that conference this week as none of the matchups are very inspiring. The Pac 12 has a few byes this week, and most games are one-sided in terms of NFL talent.

Sit back, relax, and fire up the DVR. Be responsible in your snacking!

Marquee Matchups: Week 5

Written by Luke Easterling on October 2, 2015


Each week, Senior NFL Draft Analyst Luke Easterling will take a look at some of the best 1-on-1 matchups in college football featuring potential 2016 NFL Draft prospects.

Notre Dame WR Will Fuller 6’0″, 184 | Junior | #7

A preseason favorite as one of the top receivers in the nation, Fuller has delivered on the high expectations he set last year with a fast start to 2015. The Philadelphia native racked up 1,094 yards on 76 catches in 2014, hauling in 15 touchdowns and averaging a score every five catches. So far this year, he’s topped 100 yards in three of his first four games and caught at least one touchdown in every game, including multiple scores in each of his last two games. So far in 2015, Fuller is sitting on 22 catches, 454 yards (20.6 average) and six touchdowns.

Fuller has adequate size for a potential (read more…)

2016 NFL Draft Week Five Roundup

Written by Justin Higdon on October 2, 2015

Jeremy Cash

On Wednesday, Greg Gabriel, a former NFL personnel man and current draft analyst for National Football Post, published an early evaluation of Cal quarterback Jared Goff. Gabriel raised the dander of the NFL Draft community when he led his article off with criticism of unnamed “draftniks,” (Mostly unnamed. He did mention ESPN’s Todd McShay) mainly for flip-flopping on prospect opinions and not being accountable for errors in judgment. I’ve interacted with Mr. Gabriel in the past, and was introduced to him a couple of years ago before a Senior Bowl practice session. While I haven’t spoken with him often, he has always been gracious enough to respond to my questions, and, given his 30 years of NFL scouting experience, I’ve always respected his opinions on draft prospects. I know that others have had different experiences, so I understand why the intro to his Goff piece ruffled a few feathers. I’m (read more…)

NFL Draft analysis and accountability

Written by Bryan Perez on September 30, 2015


Twitter is ablaze today.

The NFL Draft community has united against a claim suggesting that the ‘draftnik‘ does not have to worry about accountability when publishing his or her evaluations or when sharing their draft opinions on social media.


To me, this topic turns on the definition of accountability.  If the claimant is suggesting that the only accountability that matters is whether you keep or lose a job?  Then, yes, he’s probably right.  But is that really all that matters?

Most of us ‘draftniks’ do what we do because of our passion for the industry.  No, we’re not filing scouting reports with NFL or CFL teams, but we are filing scouting reports.  Instead of submitting our evaluations to front offices, we’re submitting them to the general public.  I’d argue that the reader of our reports — the football fan — is as tough to please as a general manager or director (read more…)

The Draft Breakdown Podcast, Episode 1

Written by Bryan Perez on September 29, 2015


The official Draft Breakdown Podcast hits the ground running in the first episode of the year, as Seth, Justin and Justis discuss quarterbacks, positions of strength for the 2016 NFL Draft and more!  Remember to subscribe to the Draft Breakdown podcast on iTunes (coming soon)!

Three and Out: Boykin, Fournette and the Chicago Bears

Written by Bryan Perez on September 28, 2015


Week four of the college football season is finished and we’re nearly done with three weeks of NFL play.  There’s a ton of pigskin left to be played, but some NFL Draft narratives are beginning to to slowly take shape.

The NFL Draft community was spoiled in 2015.  We had two marquee quarterbacks, a slew of pass rushers, first-round running backs and some blue-chip wide receivers.  In short, it was a really good draft.  The 2016 class is going to be unfairly compared to last year’s group, as is always the case.  We’re roughly one-third of the way through the college football calendar, and the early returns on the ’16 class is that it will be a solid yet unspectacular group.

First Down:  Trevone Boykin’s big day.

Boykin’s performance was a dream come true for scouts that believe he has the arm talent to play quarterback in the NFL.  His 485 yards and (read more…)

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