Amid the uncertainty of what the Coronavirus holds, we'd be remiss if we didn't take a closer look at football. The 2021 NFL Draft is scheduled for April 29th in Cleveland, Ohio. As it stands, cases of the virus are rising across the United States. Should the situation get worse, what happens to student athletes that are eligible for the 2021 NFL Draft?
Rise In Cases Amongst Student Athletes
The NCAA has begun allowing student athletes to return to school to begin voluntary workouts. As a result, players at several prominent schools around the country have tested positive for...
The focus of the college football world now shifts to the 2020 NFL Draft. With the draft 100 days away, last night's College Football Playoff National Championship game was the last time to evaluate some of these players.
LSU and Clemson put a thrilling close to another season. LSU took home their first national title since 2007, defeating Clemson 42-25.
Here's a look at who improved their NFL Draft stock and who saw their stock drop.
NFL Draft: Stock Up LSU
Joe Burrow, QB
Weight: 215 lbs.
2019 Maxwell Award Semifinalist
2019 Preseason First-Team All-American by Phil Steele
2018 Doak Walker Award Finalist
Travis Etienne has been a three-year productive running back for Clemson. He finished 7th in the Heisman Award voting in 2018. Four-star recruiting prospect by 247 Sports and ESPN. In this article, we'll breakdown his mechanics and predict his future as an NFL running back.
What I Like:
Receiving Ability Out Of Backfield
Travis Etienne shows good effort on this play. Etienne gets the ball on this screen playand quickly reads and diagnoses the field. Etienne shows good burst and sudden quickness to...
Weight: 205 lbs
2019 Preseason Second-Team All-American by Phil Steele and Athlon
2019 Biletnikoff Award Preseason Watchlist
2018 Second Team All-ACC
Tee Higgins is a two-year starter for University of Clemson, highlighted by a breakout year in 2018. Five-Star recruit per 247Sports and Rivals.com. Higgins primarily plays the outside receiver position, but sees some time in the slot as well. In this article, we'll breakdown Higgins' mechanics and evaluate his future as an NFL wide receiver.
What I Like:
Highpoint Ball and Yards After Catch
This play from Tee Higgins is a prime example of just how productive he can be at...