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2015 OLB Preview

Monday, August 18th, 2014

Shaq THompson

Josh Keatley



This class looks to be full of athleticism and some great pass rushers. A lot of the players on this list have only produced the last season, but if they can show consistency and continue to produce then they should find themselves being selected very high in next year’s draft. Clemson prospect Vic Beasley looks to be a sure thing and he struggled to not declare after his explosion onto the scene last season. If he can continue to show his elite ability then it would be hard to imagine him not being selected early in next year’s first round.


USC Trojans Scouting Preview

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014


Darren Page

Despite having five underclassmen declare for the previous draft (three of which went undrafted), USC brings back an experienced team with a few seniors that look like early round selections in 2015. (more…)

2015 Defensive Tackle Preview

Thursday, August 7th, 2014


Josh Keatley



A great defensive line can make the most pedestrian linebacker core and defensive backfield look amazing. Every NFL team places great stock in this, the 2014 NFL Draft was a great example. With the first selection the Houston Texans drafted Jadeveon Clowney, even though they had no legitimate quarterback they decided to continue to emphasize their already star- studded D- line. The men on the interior are not as flashy as the ends, because they lack the athleticism and sack numbers fans crave, but defensive tackles play an important role.  (more…)

UCLA Bruins Scouting Preview

Monday, August 4th, 2014

Darren Page

The UCLA senior class is not as strong as it has been in recent years in terms of prospects. A couple guys weren’t in the blue and gold a season ago, whether hurt or in transfer limbo. Eric Kendricks is clearly the best senior prospect at the moment, but all eyes will be on junior quarterback Brett Hundley in 2014. (more…)

2015 DE Preview

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014


Josh Keatley


The defensive end position is the most exciting non- skill position to watch, because these guys are freaks. A top notch NFL DE is big, fast, and strong, they need to be able to physically dominate their opponent to be successful. The 2015 class looks to be an exciting mix of proven play-makers and untapped potential, this crop may not be as star studded as the Jadeveon Clowney 2014 class but it should have more depth. The Big Ten look to be the conference with the most pass rushing skill. (more…)

Stanford Cardinal Scouting Preview

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Darren Page

The Stanford Cardinal have been among the favorites in the Pac-12 for a few years running now, consistently churning out NFL talent in the process. Between their senior and junior crop this season, multiple draft picks should be expected, and a couple could state their case as first round picks. (more…)

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