Written by Aaron Aloysius on March 26, 2014
Written by Jon Dove on March 21, 2014
Every year, a handful of under the radar prospects catch my eye and become my draft man crushes. This draft season, I’m especially intrigued by the remarkable defensive talents who receive little pub. I’d be willing to pound the table for these guys. While they aren’t highly regarded by everyone in the draft community, I believe they will have excellent NFL careers. Robert Nelson — Cornerback — Arizona State
Call me crazy, but I wouldn’t hesitate to use a second-round pick on Nelson. The Sun Devil defensive back is a smooth athlete who can really stick with his target. He reminds me of a less heralded version of TCU’s Jason Verrett, as both players do a great job limiting separation by the wideout.
Nelson also is a versatile defender, excelling in both man and zone coverage. In man, he uses his quickness and long arms to stick with (read more…)
Written by Matthew Mochal on March 20, 2014
With the top free agents now locked in with their ’14 clubs, Matt Mochal gives us a look at his latest mock draft.
Be sure to tweet Matt your thoughts and questions at @aSabotageItIs.
Written by Aaron Aloysius on March 19, 2014
Written by Aimal Arsalla on March 18, 2014
Written by Jon Dove on February 28, 2014
Jon Dove shares with us his latest mock draft! Be sure to tweet him your thoughts and questions at @Jon_Dove42.
Written by Spencer on February 21, 2014
Once hyped as the next big thing, Logan Thomas is now readily dismissed by a number of analysts.
After two very up & down seasons, it’s understandable why the excitement about the VaTech QB’s declined, but much of what’s said by his most ardent critics simply isn’t accurate.
The physical tools that once intrigued so many didn’t disappear — Thomas still possesses the ability to be an NFL quarterback, and a good one too.
Over the next couple pages, I’ll take a look at some of the more prominent NFL traits Thomas possesses.
Written by Nick Page on February 20, 2014
Written by Mario Clavel on February 18, 2014
Written by Aaron Aloysius on February 17, 2014