It has been no secret the amount of turnover Miami has had on their defensive line. Even defensive line guru, Coach Craig Kuligowski, departed...
Potential First Round Picks in the 2019 NFL Draft Now that draft season is over, and everyone is looking at next year’s possible talent. The...
Deontay Burnett put together an impressive junior season at USC before declaring for the NFL Draft. His 86 receptions in 2017 led all Pac-12 receivers while his 1,114 receiving yards and nine touchdown catches both ranked second in the league.
Tarvarus McFadden has the size and length NFL teams look for to pair with his great ball skills. After a very successful 2016 season, McFadden came into the year as a potential first-round pick but failed to live up to expectations.
A two-time first-team All-SEC lineman at Auburn, Braden Smith started 41 consecutive games for the Tigers beginning with the team's Outback Bowl appearance at the end of his freshman year.
During his three years in South Bend, Josh Adams made a particularly noticeable impact on the Notre Dame record books. It included becoming the first back in school history to have five games of 150+ rushing yards in a single season.
As a sophomore, Bo Scarbrough showed how dangerous he could be, rushing for 180 yards in the Peach Bowl. He was named offensive MVP for his performance.
Over the last three seasons, Mark Andrews has accounted for 112 receptions, 1,765 yards, and 22 touchdowns. He’s been quite the weapon the last three years for quarterback Baker Mayfield and Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley
The 2016 Heisman Trophy winner whose 13,175 total yards ranks top 20 in college football history, Lamar Jackson is looking to shed the mobile quarterback label and prove he's the future face of an NFL franchise.
Saquon Barkley might be the most pro-ready prospect in this year's draft class with the quintessential skill set of the modern-day every-down running back.