Videos Presents: GM Jr. Scouting Podcast

Written by Bryan Perez on January 8, 2015


In what will hopefully be a recurring feature here on, the GM Jr. Scouting crew sits down to discuss the East West Shrine Game.  The podcast is hosted by Russ Lande, former NFL scout and current College Scouting Director for the Montreal Allouettes, and he is joined by two of his GM Jr. scouts and contributors, Josh Liskiewitz and Scott Bischoff.

2015 NFL Draft Prospect Spotlight: TCU LB Paul Dawson

Written by Joe Marino on January 6, 2015

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Paul Dawson’s impressive senior season as a Horned Frog catapulted him from junior college transfer to one of the most intriguing linebackers in the 2015 class. The accolades piled up this season for Dawson as he was named First Team All-Big 12, Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year and was a consensus All-American. In his standout senior campaign, Dawson racked up 136 tackles, 20 tackles for loss, six sacks and four interceptions.

Why Dawson Wins

An every down player, Dawson effectively plays against the pass and run while contributing his share of “splash” plays. With sound instincts, Dawson’s play recognition skills are excellent and he positions himself well to make plays. Often a step ahead, Dawson trusts what he sees and flows with conviction to the football.

When pursuing the ball, Dawson shows the effort and range needed to excel at the next level. He is aggressive (read more…)

2015 NFL Draft: Intro to Box Score Scouting

Written by Justin Higdon on January 6, 2015


Years ago, when I first delved into the world of NFL Draft analysis, I was introduced to the phrase “box score scouting.” Often used in a derisive manner, this bit of terminology refers to the use of statistics as a substitute for actually watching a prospect’s games. In debates – particularly on twitter, where statements are limited to 140 characters – citing numbers to support one’s case can result in a lecture (“Watch the tape, pal”) and the “box score scout” label. I know this occurs, because I’ve experienced it firsthand.

NDT Scouting Report: West Virginia WR Kevin White

Written by Kyle Crabbs on January 5, 2015


*The following is an excerpt from NDT Scouting’s 2015 NFL Draft Prospectus. To learn more about NDT Scouting and the availability of the NDT Scouting 2015 NFL Draft Prospectus (available for pre-order starting January 15, 2015; $10.00 USD/April 15, 2015 release date) visit!  NDT Scouting aims to collaborate both a comprehensive film evaluation grade (not included) with weighted peripheral metrics of size, experience, athleticism and production (also not included) to provide readers with a complete look at the prospects of the 2015 NFL Draft.*

Kevin White, Wide Receiver (#11) (JUCO) Senior, West Virginia University Mountaineers Date of Birth: 6/25/1992

Size: – Measurement Source: West Virginia University Biography Page -Height: 6027 (Listed) -Weight: 210 (Listed) -Hand Measurement: N/A -Arm Length: N/A

Experience: -Career Starts: 22 -Started Team Wins: 10 -Career Winning Percentage: 0.455 -Represented Team as Captain: No -Total Game Appearances: 24

Athleticism: – Athletic Testing Source: NFL (read more…) welcomes new owner!

Written by Bryan Perez on January 2, 2015


For immediate release:

Bryan Perez, the founder of, is happy to announce that he has secured an ownership interest in Together with Aaron Aloysius, Bryan will be introducing expanded NFL Draft coverage that will enhance’s current model of offering the best NFL Draft scouting videos on the web. will be welcoming a new team of contributors (in addition to those already contributing to the site) who will be offering their NFL Draft insight and analysis. Among them are:

James Christiansen and his network of writers (; Luke Easterling (; Kyle Crabbs (NDT Scouting); Josh Liskiewitz (GM Jr.); Scott Bischoff (GM Jr.); Justin Higdon (various outlets); Chad Dinkins (; John Owning (various outlets); Shane Alexander (various outlets); Seth Cox (; and many, many more. will continue adding to its pool of Draft analysts over the next several days. The new content will begin publishing over the (read more…)

A Look at Oregon’s 2015 Prospects

Written by Justis Mosqueda on December 10, 2014

Marcus Mariota

An inaugural playoff team, the Oregon Ducks have talent on both sides of the ball. As CBS’s Dane Brugler has pointed out several times this season, this could be the year for Oregon to break their program’s single-season record of players drafted to the next level.

Before going deeper into the roster, and it is deep, we must first begin with Marcus Mariota.


Marcus Mariota, QB, #8*

Mariota is in all likelihood going to be a top-five pick. This shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone who follows college football or the NFL draft.

He’s an efficient quarterback who can throw as well on the run as in the pocket and has the breakaway speed to hit the home run ball. All in all, he looks like a crossbred version of Russell Wilson and Ryan Tannehill.

He’s still not completely filled out. Some will have issues with his (read more…)

Scouting Notes: Noah Spence

Written by Page on August 27, 2014

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Scouting Notes: Noah Spence

  • - 6’3″, 252 lbs. (college listing)
  • - Five-star Recruit
  • - True Junior, Academic All-B1G
  • - 2013 Stats – 8 Sacks, 14.5 TFL.
  • - 1st Team All-B1G.

Scouting Notes: Vic Beasley

Written by Page on August 26, 2014

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Scouting Notes: Vic Beasley

  • - 6’3″, 235 lbs. (college listing)
  • - Redshirt Senior, Graduated
  • - 2012 – 8 Sacks, 8 TFL
  • - 2013 – 13 Sacks, 23 TFL
  • - 1st Team All-American
  • - Semi-Finalist for Lombardi Award
  • - Semi-Finalist for Hendricks Award

Justis Mosqueda’s 2015 QB Passing Charts

Written by Justis Mosqueda on August 24, 2014

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An updated list of the QBs charted by Justis Mosqueda as part of his survey of the 2015 draft class.  

Five GIFs to Get to Know Chuckie Keeton

Written by Derrik Klassen on August 17, 2014

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In what’s shaping up to be a weak senior quarterback class, Chuckie Keeton stands out from the rest. Aside from prototypical size, the Utah State signal caller possesses all the tools that make a top-notch NFL quarterback.

It’s curious, then, that the Mountain West Preseason OPOY has never received the national recognition he deserves.

Then again, that very well may be a product of the ACL injury that Keeton suffered halfway through last season. The injury was a shame not only because it will be a concern moving forward, but also because he was on pace for a jaw-dropping statistical year before he went down.

2014 is both a new beginning and a final chance for Keeton. He will come back as a fresh player, but at the same time, it is his senior season and he has to prove his worth.

Without further ado, let’s get (read more…)

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