Last Saturday was full of excitement and jubilation as the College Football season officially kicked off. While the Big Ten and PAC-12 are still finalizing plans to return to action amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Big Twelve and ACC were two of the Power Five conferences to kickoff their season, while the SEC is scheduled to start on September 26th. As the season progresses, one thing that we'll be discussing, especially on this website, is the draft stock among 2021 NFL Draft prospects.
In this article, we'll look at five prospects that had strong performances to start the season. In...
As we begin to dive deeper into summer scouting and prepare to release our 2021 NFL Draft big board, it's also time to release our positional rankings. In this article, I've given you ten running backs that we should be talking about throughout the 2021 NFL Draft process.
Included with each prospect is some background on their situation, as well as a sample play of what makes them worthy of being on this list.
Please stay tuned to NFL Draft Lounge for continued coverage on the 2021 NFL Draft. As always, you can find us on social media on Facebook, Twitter,...
It's finally here! My first 2021 NFL Mock Draft of the season. We're only a few months removed from the 2020 NFL Draft, so it's still a bit early to truly know how this is going to play out. However, let's have a little fun with this one. This is a one round mock draft with teams drafting based on need.
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With uncertainty continuing to grow amid the Coronavirus outbreak, one has to ask the following question. Could we see an unprecedented number of student athletes enter the 2020 Supplemental Draft in July?
In fact, Rob Paul of The Ledge Sports brought up this very topic several days ago.
What Is The Supplemental Draft?
The Supplemental Draft, per the NFL, is held in July for student athletes whose eligibility status has changed following the NFL Draft. In other words, student-athletes that were eligible for the 2019 NFL Draft, but chose to return to school, could see their eligibility change.
I fully expect...
The running back position is stacked this year. The talent at the top is phenomenal and people will have differing opinions on the class until the draft is over. With big names from big schools, people all over the country know the names of the top running backs, so let’s look at what makes them so special.
*Disclaimer*: I am ranking these players based off talent, injuries and other red flags will be factored into my final grade, but for now I am not taking them into account.
1. D’Andre Swift, Georgia
Georgia’s offense isn’t as flashy as some of...
Each year, folks in the draft community tend to gravitate towards offensive players that can make the big play. The positions of wide receiver and running back are two of those positions. One year, there might be an incredible running back class but a wide receiver class lacking talent, and vice versa. We don’t get the privilege of seeing a year with both the wide receiver class and running back class be loaded with talent; but this year isn’t like other. With stars at the top and good players throughout, there is no shortage of playmakers in...
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...