Tag: 2016 NFL Draft

  • Cowboys Cast Pod w/Bobby Belt

    Cowboys Cast Pod w/Bobby Belt

    Talking QBs, Treadwell, and who I’d take with the fourth pick.  Listen 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 the Post-Draft Add-on comes with the 2012 – 2015 RSPs at no additional […]

  • 2016 RSP NFL Draft Analysis

    2016 RSP NFL Draft Analysis

    With the draft approaching, here’s all the 2016 analysis from the RSP blog on one page. The essays, analysis, and scouting reports about recent NFL Draft prospects come from research I undertake to write the Rookie Scouting Portfolio Publication. Now in the 11th year of publication, the RSP is the best of both worlds: a summarized magazine […]

  • The Woot and Wye Pod Appearance

    The Woot and Wye Pod Appearance

    More skill position talk with my friends down under.  Listen In particular the guys talk Jared Goff, Cardale Jones, Mike Bercovici, Ezekiel Elliott, Peyton Barber, Brandon Wilds, Daniel Braverman, Leonte Caroo, Laquon Treadwell, Austin Hooper, Temarick Hemmingway and Hunter Henry. They also deep dive into the skewed perception of white wide receivers still happening in […]

  • Jake Rudock and Upside Potential

    Jake Rudock and Upside Potential

    Embracing risk wisely is crucial to the growth of a quarterback. There’s a certain joy one gets from watching film on a prospect and wondering why more people aren’t talking about that prospect. Not so much because that prospect is a gem but the possibilities of fitting that skill set into a team’s offense or […]

  • RSP Film Room No.74: QB Vad Lee

    RSP Film Room No.74: QB Vad Lee

    The James Madison passer is a late-round/UDFA favorite of me and ITP’s Mark Schofield. Vad Lee is a quarterback who can run. He’s not a runner who played quarterback in college football. What’s the difference? When a team will need to do more work to get less out of a player by converting him to […]

  • RSP Film Room No.72: WR Sterling Shepard w/Matt Harmon

    RSP Film Room No.72: WR Sterling Shepard w/Matt Harmon

    What makes Shepard more NFL-ready than many receives in this class? Find out when Matt Harmon joins the program. Shepard is one of the favorites of the draft community. He’s a capable slot receiver with enough physical and technical skill to work on the perimeter. Matt Harmon of Footballguys, NFL.com, and Reception Perception fame, joins […]

  • Rod Marinelli: Mickey Goldmill and the Physics of Defensive Line Play

    Rod Marinelli: Mickey Goldmill and the Physics of Defensive Line Play

      Widely recognized as one of the best teachers in the game, Rod Marinelli’s direct, passionate, encouraging, and personable demeanor was on display throughout practice. As I stalked Rod Marinelli from one end of Ladd-Peebles Stadium today, I kept hearing Mickey Goldmill and Richard Feynman in my head. Stay with me. The parallels to Rocky Balboa’s […]

  • North Practice Day 2

    North Practice Day 2

    More clues about the skill prospects emerged from the second day of North practices. Waldman has you covered.  Let’s begin with a bit of advice for observing practice in an outdoor stadium during cold, wet weather. Layers are essential. But you knew that if you weren’t raised by wolves. A small athletic bag stuffed with a […]

  • RSP Boiler Room No.16: WR William “Flash” Fuller, Notre Dame

    RSP Boiler Room No.16: WR William “Flash” Fuller, Notre Dame

    A well-appointed nickname can tell you a lot about a player’s game.  William “Flash” Fuller is a good example. He can turn the field upside down with the ball in his hands or he can cut through traffic with the precision of a scalpel.  “Flash” is also a good descriptor for his NFL potential. When […]

  • Early January Brain Dump

    Early January Brain Dump

    I’ve been making a lot of short videos this year in lieu of written articles. If you miss the written pieces, let me know. And if you miss the written pieces, you’ll probably appreciate today’s quick download of thoughts from my “first pass” at prospects between June and December. These are initial impressions. Some, if […]