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Using Nearest Neighbor to determine most comparable prospects.
We continue our look at the combine performances of incoming receivers.
We introduce you to a potential future dynasty star.
We give you five players to target in your devy draft.
We take an early look at some players who could be first round picks in 2017.
We evaluate incoming receiver upsides based on their combine performances.
The NFL Combine is one of, if not the most polarizing sporting “event” we have each and every…
We round out our mock of potential rookie busts.
Who are some riskier picks this year? We decide.
We examine for Cal Bear running back Daniel Lasco.
We predict some rookies who might not pan out.
We examine a potential diamond in the rough from Bowling Green.
We cover the all-purpose back from Utah.
We examine Notre Dame runner CJ Prosise.
We examine the presumptive third quarterback taken in the draft, Paxton Lynch.
We examine some four-star running backs that you should keep your eye on .
We look at a deep dynasty stash.
We investigate the big-bodied signal caller.
We cover the ‘athletically interesting’ Keith Marshall.
We outline the second round of our ‘What If?’ rookie mock.
We try to unravel the mystery of Christian Hackenberg.
What if we knew where each rookie had landed? We project how a rookie draft would look.
Is Devon Cajuste a receiver? Is he a tight end? We examine the tweener.
How should we judge the back from UCLA?
We look at the speedy receiver for the Irish.
What did 2016 rookie drafts look like last year? We go back.
We examine a potential late round pickup.
We round out the top rookie, sophomore and devy players.
We look at the Heisman Trophy winner.
We continue our look at potential devy prospects with the four-star running backs.