We take a deep dive into Denzel Mims' profile. Does he have the history to succeed in the NFL?
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Great column Drew!
Very interesting article, do you have a chart of past years Bulletproof Prospect Process ratings so we can see how accurate this analysis has been? I’d really be interested in seeing it.
Agree that it would be helpful to see a comprehensive list of who has fallen into these categories in the past. An archive search showed no results on similar topics.
Try searching #bulletproofprospect on twitter, I tried to remember to use that hashtag in them.
My dynasty rankings show the bulletproof prospect rating for most players in the NFL.
When you say Mims’s odds of making it in the NFL took a hit when he went back to college for his fourth year, I think you’ve got the causation backwards. Players who go pro after 3 years make it more often than 4-year guys because they’re usually better, which is why they can go pro a year early. Deciding to play a fourth year of college ball didn’t make Mims a worse player. This feels like something that needs to be taken case-by-case.
yeah, I guess that makes sense.
He stayed for his fourth year because he wasnt a very good prospect. He didnt become a poor prospect because he stayed for his fourth year.
That being said, I am not sure that changes anything?
I really like your Bulletproof Process articles for RB and WR, but is it not possible to then write two articles (one RB and one WR) ranking this years prospects from a purely analytical view? That I would love to see. Thanks.
To do an article and look at the quality of competition and comps for each player in a single position group would be massive.
I like this format