Last week, the 2020 College Football season really got underway as we saw the Big Twelve and ACC kick off their seasons. This week, the action continues as we have a slate of exciting games on tap. In this article, we take a look at five 2021 NFL Draft prospects that are worth watching week two of the College Football season.
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5. Brevin Jordan - Tight End - Miami (Fla.)
Heading into the College Football season, I had...
On Sunday, in a move that should surprise no one, Penei Sewell announced that he would opt out of the 2020-2021 College Football season and declare for the 2021 NFL Draft. In our recently released Top 100 2021 NFL Draft prospects, we have Penei Sewell as the second best prospect overall. Below, we'll take a look at his decision to declare for the 2021 NFL Draft, what this means for the University of Oregon, and what we can expect for Penei Sewell in the NFL.
Penei Sewell declares for the 2021 NFL Draft
For Sewell, the decision to opt out of...
Last season, we saw a breakout performance from Wake Forest wide receiver Sage Surratt. In his redshirt sophomore season, Surratt fought 66 balls for 1,001 yards and 11 touchdowns. Mind you, this was only through nine games as Surratt suffered an injury to his right shoulder that required surgery. Today, Sage Surratt announced that he would opt out of the Wake Forest season, citing covid-19 uncertainties, and begin preparing for the 2021 NFL Draft.
Surratt is just the latest student athlete to do so. Earlier this month, Purdue receiver Rondale Moore also announced that he was opting out. Both players...
Last November, citing concussions, Oklahoma tight end Grant Calcaterra announced that he was stepping away from football. At the time, Calcaterra was considered to be one of the best tight ends in the 2020 NFL Draft. In fact, some had a first round grade on him. Today, with the 2020 College Football season scheduled to start in a month and a half, Grant Calcaterra has announced that he'll be returning to football.
What Impact Does Grant Calcaterra's Return Have On The 2021 NFL Draft?
Heading into the 2021 NFL Draft, the tight end class has quite a bit of talent at...
Within the past week, several conferences, including the Big Ten and Pac-12, have opted to alter their collegiate schedules. The coronavirus pandemic remains a fluid situation, so it's no surprise that the season won't be played as originally scheduled.
On Friday, Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren announced that the Big Ten would play a conference-only schedule in 2020. By doing so, this will grant the conference some much-needed flexibility in scheduling should an outbreak occur. As is the case now, the league could potentially suspend play for several weeks. Should they do so, they'll still hit the same target for...
The disappointment of not getting chosen during the 2020 NFL Draft is something that will stick with former LSU tight end Thaddeus Moss. Some have speculated that missing the 2018 season due to injury, coupled with a recent foot surgery, might have been why Moss’s name, despite its Hall of Fame pedigree, wasn’t among the 255 called during the draft.
In a video conference on Wednesday, Moss described his experience as “a slap in the face.” He wasn’t among the record-tying 14 LSU Tigers selected during April’s draft, and noted it was particularly insulting...
The 2020 NFL Draft was a historical night as it was the first virtual draft ever conducted. For the most part, the presentations from ABC, ESPN, and NFL Network went smoothly. Some teams were successful, while others had a tough night. Even some players won big and fell hard after Thursday night. So who were the NFL Draft Winners and Losers?
1st Round Winners
Of course Miami was a big winner after three first round picks that should impact the team right away. Tua Tagovailoa was the number one quarterback before injuries. His upside and arm talent could...
The 2020 NFL Draft began last night, missing the glitz and glamour of the Vegas Strip and the Bellagio Fountains. Instead, NFL executives, team personnel, players, prospects and fans all tuned in from their couches. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced selections from his basement in Westchester County, New York.
The first 32 picks passed along over the course of nearly four hours, and the NFL landscape started its next evolution.
NFL Draft: Recap
The night started without any surprises, with the Cincinnati Bengals taking LSU QB Joe Burrow No. 1 overall. Washington followed with Ohio State edge rusher Chase Young...
It didn't take long for the third trade of the NFL Draft to happen as the 49ers look to grab a receiver.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported San Francisco traded the 31st, 117th, and 176th picks to Minnesota for the 25th pick.
The 49ers jumped up to pick Arizona State receiver Brandon Aiyuk. It was a position in need for San Francisco as Emmanuel Sanders is no longer with the team. Aiyuk is a great route runner who is quick on his feet. If the 49ers need a first down conversion, Aiyuk will be the guy to look at.
The Green Bay Packers stunned the NFL Draft by trading up to pick Utah State quarterback Jordan Love.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the Packers received the 26th pick while the Miami Dolphins got the 30th pick and a fourth-round pick.
Love has a strong arm who can stay patient in the pocket. He has the ability to move out of the pocket when he needs to use their legs. The question he had in college was consistency. He threw for 20 touchdowns and 17 interceptions last season at Utah State. That would be a concern for some teams. His...