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Holiday Bowl Matchup: A.J. Epenesa VS. Austin Jackson

Expect a large contingent of NFL scouts to be on hand at the Holiday Bowl for an excellent match of two prospects that are rising up draft boards.  https://twitter.com/ChrisTrapasso/status/1204105445302063105   Austin Jackson While he hasn't yet declared for the draft, Austin Jackson has become a popular name in NFL circles over the past few weeks and it's easy to see why, he is an athletic specimen, listed at 6'6 310.  Brian Lamb recently had Austin Jackson off the board at 19 to the Miami Dolphins in his latest mock draft.  He played both Tackle and Defensive End in high school which shows his...

Derrick Brown: A Top-5 Player in the 2020 NFL Draft

Last year, we were fortunate to have fantastic interior defensive linemen like Quinnen Williams, Jeffery Simmons, and Ed Oliver enter the draft. Derrick Brown was expected to declare for last year's NFL Draft, but he decided to return to Auburn for his senior year, and it made all the difference. In 2018, Brown was a good player, but there were things he needed to improve on; for example, his pad level would far too often get too high and he would lose leverage and it would allow him to get overpowered. However, in 2019, Brown has refined his game...

Should Jacob Eason Declare For The NFL Draft?

With the end of the 2019 college football season on the horizon, underclassmen with NFL aspirations have an important choice to make: stay in school or declare for the NFL Draft. Among those prospects is University of Washington quarterback Jacob Eason. In this article, we'll examine whether or not Jacob Eason should declare for the 2020 NFL Draft. The redshirt junior finds himself amidst a crop of highly touted and talented quarterbacks in the 2020 NFL Draft. While some have Eason penciled in as a first-rounder, there is no consensus on the former No. 1 overall recruit from Lake Stevens,...

The Surratt Brothers: The Next Great Football Family

When you hear the term “football families”, names like the Mannings, McCafferys and Matthews immediately enter the mind. These families have captivated the viewing audience for several generations now, showing that the apple really doesn’t fall far from the tree. If you have been following the 2019 ACC football season, the Surratt name is one that has dominated the headlines. One older brother in Chapel Hill, the younger in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The ladder of the two has been especially spectacular this season. Sage Surratt During the 2018 season, we got a small glimpse into what Wake Forest wide receiver Sage...

2020 NFL Draft: Antoine Winfield Jr. and the Pedigree for Success

It wasn’t long ago that Antoine Winfield was establishing himself as one of the more interesting chess pieces for the Buffalo Bills and the Minnesota Vikings over a rock solid fourteen NFL seasons that included three pro bowl berths. During that time, Winfield managed to collect 27 interceptions while breaking up 117 passes. And while those types of numbers are nice numbers to hang your hat on, Winfield is nowhere near encapsulated by pass breakups or plays on the football. He did the majority of his work during the early parts of his career on the perimeter at a...

Do 2019 High-Profile QB Transfers Have NFL Futures?

With the introduction of the transfer portal in October 2018 came a wave of players deciding to control their college football destinies by transferring to different schools. Quarterbacks, in particular, seemed to take advantage of their newfound opportunity. In fact, several big-name throwers changing uniforms going into the 2019-20 season. The real question, however, is this; do any of these big-name transfers have NFL potential? Let’s take a look.  Be sure to follow NFL Draft Lounge for more coverage on the 2019 transfers. As always, you can find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.  Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma (from Alabama) When Jalen Hurts began his collegiate career at...
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