June 25th, 2015

Scouting the AAC

Tyler
Tyler

Top NFL prospects from the American Athletic Conference. The league had a pair of first round selections last April but I see nothing but last day choices on the board as of now, with Temple and Cincinnati leading the way...

Scouting the MAC
The draft board of top NFL prospects from the Mid-American Conference. The conference has a number of draftable receivers from the senior class and a pair of underclassmen from the lines of scrimmage to keep an eye on...
Grading the Draft: NFC South
For the first time since each conference went to four separate divisions, the NFC South was won by the same team in consecutive seasons. The Panthers may not have cracked .500 to accomplish the feat, but did pick up a playoff victory before losing to the eventual NFC champion Seahawks. Also for the second straight year, both the Buccaneers and Falcons landed top-eight picks as both teams look to climb back to the top of the division...
Grading the Draft: AFC West
There was a lot on the line in the draft for the AFC West. Denver hoped to add the extra piece to get them across the finish line while the Chargers and Chiefs were looking for a few players to get them over the hump and back into the playoffs. On the other hand the Raiders hoped to build upon what was a strong effort from the 2014 draft. ...
Grading the Draft: AFC South
For the second straight season, the AFC South held two of the draft's top three picks. The Jaguars picked third in both years, and that's where much of the intrigue with this year's draft began after the top-rated quarterbacks went with the first two picks. Chris Tripodi breaks down the division's draft hauls...
Updated 4/30
RankRndNamePosYear
11stLeonard Williams
USC
DT3Jr
21stAmari Cooper
Alabama
WR3Jr
31stMarcus Mariota
Oregon
QB4Jr
41stJameis Winston
Florida State
QB3So
51stDante Fowler Jr.
Florida
OLB3Jr
61stBrandon Scherff
Iowa
T5Sr
71stKevin White
West Virginia
WR4Sr
81stVic Beasley
Clemson
OLB5Sr
91stAndrus Peat
Stanford
T3Jr
101stAlvin Dupree
Kentucky
DE5Sr
111stDeVante Parker
Louisville
WR4Sr
121stTodd Gurley
Georgia
RB3Jr
131stEreck Flowers
Miami-Fl
T3Jr
141stDanny Shelton
Washington
DT4Sr
151stKevin Johnson
Wake Forest
CB5Sr
161stMalcom Brown
Texas
DT3Jr
172-3*Randy Gregory
Nebraska
OLB4Jr
181stLa'el Collins
LSU
G4Sr
191stTrae Waynes
Michigan State
CB4Jr
201stEddie Goldman
Florida State
DT3Jr
211-2Owamagbe Odighizuwa
UCLA
DE5Sr
221stMelvin Gordon
Wisconsin
RB4Jr
231stArik Armstead
Oregon
DT3Jr
241stByron Jones
Connecticut
CB5Sr
251stJake Fisher
Oregon
T4Sr