Category: 2016 NFL Draft

  • RSP Boiler Room No.15: Going Deep With QB Jared Goff

    RSP Boiler Room No.15: Going Deep With QB Jared Goff

    One play says a lot about Goff’s arm talent, but even more about his diagnostic skill, feet, and ability to integrate several skills in less than two seconds between snap and throw. For analysis of skill players in this year’s draft class, download the 2016 Rookie Scouting Portfolio – early-bird purchase for April 1 download available […]

  • RSP Rorshach: QB Vad Lee, James Madison

    RSP Rorshach: QB Vad Lee, James Madison

    What was Vad Lee thinking on a pass from the SMU game? Look at the play and give your take. I’ll have Lee tell you himself at the end of the week. I enjoyed watching Vad Lee’s performance against SMU. When I mentioned this on Twitter, Lee followed me. At the time, I was making […]

  • 2016 RSP Early Bird Discount!

    2016 RSP Early Bird Discount!

    Pre-order the 2016 Rookie Scouting Portfolio Until January 22 for $17.95! “The best thing I’ll buy all year…” -Bob Harris, Hall of Fame Fantasy Writer “The problem is that the RSP represents such an advantage, I can’t bear to tell my 22 year-old dynasty league owners about it.” @Ikonoclast via Twitter “Best value in the game […]

  • RSP Boiler Room No.14: QB Joel Stave, Wisconsin

    RSP Boiler Room No.14: QB Joel Stave, Wisconsin

    7 Plays that make the Wisconsin QB a worthwhile NFL prospect. RSP Contributor David Igono delivered an analysis of Stave (The NFL Redshirt) that’s well worth a read. Below is my look at Stave that concurs with many of Igono’s points. The quarterback has a pinpoint short game and flashes impressive intermediate passing. His management of […]

  • RSP Film Room: Cal QB Jared Goff

    RSP Film Room: Cal QB Jared Goff

    Inside the Pylon’s Mark Schofield joins the RSP Film Room for a viewing of Jared Goff.  I’m fortunate to have a lot of great guests for the RSP Film Room, but Mark Schofield is one of my favorites. The former college QB, former lawyer, and current must-read at Inside the Pylon does fantastic work. If […]

  • RSP Boiler Room No.13: USC QB Cody Kessler, Flow Within Structure

    RSP Boiler Room No.13: USC QB Cody Kessler, Flow Within Structure

    The USC quarterback demonstrates that good game management often means sticking to the overall structure of the play, but making small adjustments to its execution. For analysis of skill players in this year’s draft class, download the 2016 Rookie Scouting Portfolio – early-bird purchase for April 1 download available now. Better yet, if you’re a fantasy owner […]

  • RSP Boiler Room No.12: QB Kevin Hogan, Stanford

    RSP Boiler Room No.12: QB Kevin Hogan, Stanford

    Learn why Hogan is the “Ugly Duckling” of this 2016 QB class. I’ve heard a few people tout Kevin Hogan. David Igono is one of them. I finally got to watch the Stanford quarterback and I came away impressed with skills that are difficult to teach. A mix of Philip Rivers and Jim Harbaugh came […]

  • RSP Film Room No.66: Paxton Lynch w/David Igono

    RSP Film Room No.66: Paxton Lynch w/David Igono

    Two-thirds of the RSP staff take a deeper look at the Memphis quarterback’s performance in the upset of No.13 Ole Miss. RSP contributor David Igono (@d1gono) was a strong safety for West Virginia and did a stint in the Arena League. As his football career as a player wound down, his passion for the game […]

  • RSP Boiler Room No.11: Paxton Lynch Part III

    RSP Boiler Room No.11: Paxton Lynch Part III

    Two more plays from the Memphis QB’s game versus Ole Miss. These plays are more specific to Lynch as a NFL prospect. I’m having fun watching Paxton Lynch, because there are a ton of discussion points with the quarterback’s game. This is true of many quarterbacks, which is why the position is so tricky to […]

  • RSP Boiler Room No.9 & No.10: Memphis QB Paxton Lynch

    RSP Boiler Room No.9 & No.10: Memphis QB Paxton Lynch

    Paxton Lynch’s decision-making as a reflection of leadership, and points about decision-making and leadership of most young quarterbacks. All quarterbacks are game managers. Most fans have a negative association with the phrase “game manager,” because the term has been conflated with the notion that a game manager is a player lacking top-shelf skills at the […]