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Given An Opportunity, Miles Sanders is Ready to Shine

As a former top 25 overall high school prospect, Miles Sanders committed to Penn State in 2015 and big expectations followed. It was assumed Sanders would use his well-rounded game and athleticism to dominate Big Ten competition. Despite the acclaim and expectations, however, it was actually teammate Saquon Barkley who dominated opposing teams, leaving Sanders relegated to a bench role up until this season. However, given the opportunity, Sanders dominated in 2018-19, and moving forward, Sanders looks ready to continue his shining play. Despite the fact that the team lost the best rusher in college football, Penn State’s running...

Updated 2019 NFL Draft Top 25 Big Board

1. Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio State NFL-ready, elite pass-rushing talent. Bosa is ready to step in as a game-changer from day one. 2. Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama Coming off a dominant season for Alabama, Quinnen Williams looks like a player capable of destroying interior linemen with his power and agility. 3. Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky Breaking out in his senior season, Allen combines a high-motor with an aggressive streak, making him a mean player with the talent to give quarterbacks nightmares. 4. Brian Burns, EDGE, Florida State Natural pass-rusher with excellent burst and proven production. Needs to bulk up but should be dangerous off the...

The Curious Case of Jachai Polite

Two months ago everyone was excited for the combine and ready to see how prospects tested. One such prospect was Florida edge rusher Jachai Polite. People in the draft community everywhere were excited by Polite's tape and the potential he has as a pass rusher. People were excited for him to kill his combine testing and solidify his position as a first round caliber prospect, but that didn't happen. Polite blew his combine testing and blew his interviews. The case of Jachai Polite is a curious one, so let's take a look at the good; analyze the bad, and...

Small School Scouting: Lehigh RB Dominick Bragalone

When it comes to the NFL Draft, big school players dominate the headlines. Are you from Alabama, Clemson, or any other big-time program? Chances are you have a built-in advantage over players from the smaller schools. But while these players get the bulk of the attention, there are always small-school guys worth an NFL look. On that note, let’s take a look at one of those small-schoolers; Lehigh RB Dominick Bragalone. Bragalone, a bruising 5’11”, 230 pound running back, had a bit of a down season in 2018, but make no mistake, this is a legitimate NFL prospect. As...

Power Five vs Non-Power Five Conferences in the NFL Draft

With the first pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, Eric Fisher became the first player since David Carr in 2002 to be drafted number one overall from a Non-Power Five conference team. Fisher joined Carr as the only two Non-Power Five players to be selected first overall this century. Prior to Carr, the last time players from Non-Power Five teams were drafted with the first selection was in the 1970s, one of whom was four-time Super Bowl champion and two-time Super Bowl MVP Terry Bradshaw. While outliers like Bradshaw and Fisher (who has started in 90/94 games played) exist, the...

2019 NFL Draft: Projecting the Top 10 Picks

In this article, I'll release my projections for the 2019 NFL Draft top 10 picks. Be sure to follow NFL Draft Lounge for more coverage on the 2019 NFL Draft and Top 10 picks. As always, you can find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. 1. Arizona Cardinals - Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma Despite spending a first round pick on Josh Rosen just a year ago, all signs point to the Arizona Cardinals selecting the dynamic Kyler Murray with the first overall selection. Murray is undoubtedly talented but with so many holes on the roster and a promising quarterback already on the roster,...

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 was the...
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2021 NFL Mock Draft Round 1

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