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Brian Burns: The First Round Prospect No One Talks About

All year long we've been hearing about the talent at the top of this year's edge class. We know about Nick Bosa, Josh Allen, Rashan Gary and Clelin Ferrell. However, there's one player who is better than most other edge players in this class, Brian Burns. Brian Burns is the star edge rusher from Florida State; he's got the athleticism and traits you desire in a pass rusher, but for some reason, he doesn't get any attention. Burns weighed in at 250-pounds at the combine, but for some reason, people still question his weight. He's produced on...

The Emergence of the Most Dominant Player in the Draft: Quinnen Williams

Every April the NFL draft rolls around and almost every football fan wonders who their team is going to pick in the first round. For about three or four teams it ends up being a player from the University of Alabama. As the unquestioned powerhouse of the college football world, Alabama produces NFL talent at a rate currently unmatched by any other school. For the last few years we've been entering the beginning of the college football season by talking about an Alabama defensive lineman who is slated to be a first round pick; this year it...

Jeffery Simmons: A Top 5 Player in the 2019 NFL Draft

Mississippi State's defensive line has been getting a lot of attention among the draft community in recent weeks, but only for one person. Montez Sweat blew up the combine and is now one of the most interesting players in the draft, but his teammate, Jeffery Simmons, can make more of an impact in the NFL. Simmons is a former 5-star recruit coming out of high school who attended Mississippi State. A player with a mix of strength, speed and technique, Simmons has all the tools necessary to be a dominant interior defensive lineman at the next level....

Five Prospects The New York Giants Could Target With Sixth Overall Pick In 2019 NFL Draft

So the New York Giants are sitting at #6 and they have massive holes to fill. Do they go QB or do they pass on one again and possible wait at 17 or trade for Josh Rosen? Here are 5 prospects the Giants should consider at 6. 1) Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State The giants desperately need to find their QB of the future and what better way to start that then drafting Haskins at #6. He has all the physical tools you love in a QB and hes a a great kid. In any other yr he probably wins the...

Emeke Egbule: The Potential Steal of the Draft

When people hear of the Houston Cougars defense, they're going to be talking about Ed Oliver. While Ed Oliver deserves to be talked about, there's another player on the Houston defense who is worth watching, Emeke Egbule. Egbule is a senior linebacker who's had to play in the shadow of Ed Oliver for most of his career. He has a versatile skill set that will allow him to be a successful player in the NFL. Let's look at some of his most impressive plays that translate well to the NFL

Four Sleeper Running Backs

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...

Blake Cashman and the Power of the Combine

Every year we hear fans say how pointless the combine is, and that the numbers don’t mean anything. It might seem that way to a fan, but the players see an opportunity. Blake Cashman realized his opportunity, seized it, and ran with it. Cashman stood out in Indianapolis and made a name for himself. The wake following his performance was incredible. Media members all over the country started watching his tape and realized this guy is the real deal. As a small school prospect, Cashman needed this. To the casual fan, the combine is just a bunch of players...

The Conundrum of the Ole Miss Offense.

The definition of conundrum is a confusing and difficult problem or question. When something is deemed a conundrum it usually means there’s something off about it, almost like something is being done incorrectly. The word conundrum describes the 2018 Ole Miss Rebels offense perfectly. In an offense with D.K. Metcalf, A.J. Brown, DaMarkus Lodge and Dawson Knox you’d expect them to have one of the most dominant offenses in the entire NCAA, but they weren’t. As a unit the Ole Miss offense ranked 9th in the country. That number would normally be good, but the Rebels went 5-9. With...

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