The running back class this year doesn’t have anywhere near the same top-level talent as the 2018 class. There aren’t any players with the same skill set as Saquon Barkley, Derrius Guice or Sony Michel. If there’s one thing that recent years have shown us; there are plenty of running backs who can contribute to an NFL team that will be drafted in the later rounds. Here ae four sleeper running backs in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Bryce Love, Stanford, 5-9, 200
After rushing for an astonishing 2,118 yards in 2018, Bryce Love shockingly returned to school, and it didn’t turn out...
The need for quality quarterbacks is always high. Dwayne Haskins and Kyler Murray figure to be the first two quarterbacks taken off the board. After that, it is a crap shoot which will be drafted next.
We all know the popular names in the quarterback pool this year. I will take a look at two sleepers i think could be pretty good quarterbacks in the NFL.
Jordan Ta'amu - Ole Miss
Last season at Ole Miss Ta'amu threw for 3.918 yards, 19 touchdowns, and eight interceptions. Also, completing 63.6 percent of his passes. Ta'amu is an accurate passer; he can make all the...
The NFL draft is next month in April; everybody knows all the big names from the big schools. I will take a look at some of the good players from the smaller colleges, that could have an impact on the NFL Level.
Nasir Adderley, Safety, Delaware
Adderley is the definition of a ball hawk safety. In four year at Delaware, he has ten career interceptions, and 31 passes defended. He also has good closing speed and proper play recognition. At Delaware Adderly mostly cover 2, but he can play single high and cover three as well.
Another plus about Adderley is that...