NFL Draft 2014: Statistical Analysis of RB Storm Johnson, C. Florida
Some draft analysts love Storm Johnson for the NFL Draft, but he’s been dropping in rankings for weeks since the NFL Combine. Is Storm being overlooked, or going undrafted? Read our scouting report on Central Florida RB prospect Storm Johnson by clicking the following link:
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NFL Draft 2014: Statistical Analysis of RB Chris Rycraw, Ouachita Baptist
The Ray Rice comparisons abound here, physically, but does he play like Ray? Read our 800+ word report on Ouachita Baptist RB Chris Rycraw by clicking the following link:
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NFL Draft 2014: Statistical Analysis of RB Senorise Perry, Louisville
The Senorise Perry prospect stock value is rising since his Pro Day. Read our 850+ word scouting report on Louisville RB prospect Senorise Perry by clicking the following link:
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NFL Draft 2014: Statistical Analysis of RB Torrance Hunt, Ga. Southern
Torrance Hunt ran a very quiet 4.28 40-time at a Regional Combine…that’s Like a Dri Archer type of speed numbers…only he measured with better agility? Read our 800+ word scouting report on former East Carolina starting RB turned Georgia Southern RB prospect Torrance Hunt by clicking the following link:
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This was an unusual scouting experience…I don’t think that I’ve ever swung from one emotion to another so fast on a player in 2014. Which way was it? Read our scouting report on Arizona State OLB Carl Bradford by clicking the following link:
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NFL Draft 2014: OLB Rankings 1.0
46 OLB prospects: Names include…
Nate Askew (Texas A&M), Anthony Barr (UCLA), Carl Bradford (Arizona State), Shamari Benton (Central Michigan), Morgan Breslin (USC), Clifton Crews (South Alabama), Dee Ford (Auburn), Jackson Jeffcoat (Texas), Demarcus Lawrence (Boise State), Boseko Lokombo (Oregon), Khalil Mack (Buffalo), LaQuince McCall, Trashaun Nixon (New Mexico State), Kevin Pierre-Louis (Boston College), Trevor Reilly (Utah), Rob Ruggiero (Bridgewater St.), Ryan Shazier (Ohio State), and Kyle Van Noy (BYU) among others.
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NFL Draft 2014 Scouting Report: OT Zack Martin, Notre Dame
We had to delay this report, while waiting on missing pre-draft data. During the wait from the NFL Combine to today, Martin has gone from respected OT prospect to hottest OG prospect on the planet. is the move logical? Read our 800+ word scouting report of Notre Dame OT prospect Zack Martin by clicking the following link:
Updated grades on 82 QBs we have statistically researched to date. We have official, exact measurements from the NFL Combine, as well as more Pro Day data, and leaked Wonderlic scores.
See our 2.0 rankings by clicking the following link: NFL Draft 2014: QB Rankings 2.0
QBs on this ranking board include:
Shavodrick Beaver (Midwestern State)
B.J. Denker (Arizona)
Mason Espinosa (Ohio Wesleyan)
David Fales (San Jose State)
Kory Faulkner (So. Illinois)
McCallum Foote (Middlebury)
James Franklin (Missouri)
Kenny Guiton (Ohio State)
Brett Hundley (UCLA) *just for ‘fun’
Brock Jensen (No Dakota State)
Ross Metheny (So Alabama)
Chris Mills (Indianapolis)
Brandon Mitchell (NC State)
Keith Price (Washington)
Connor Shaw (South Carolina)
John Teigland (Winona State)
Dustin Vaughan (West Texas A&M)
Keith Wenning (Ball State)
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You know, that I am beyond in love with myself for seeing this before everyone in the world did…and now watching it shift right before eyes pre-draft. Think about that. All the people who watch and study college football, the NFL, and the NFL Draft…they all began this process with Tom Savage as an ‘also ran’ prospect. He wasn’t invited to the Senior Bowl (Stephen Morris was though). He went to the NFL Combine as an ‘arm’ to throw to WRs-TEs-RBs (don’t want over-use precious Blake Bortles arm…), and not as a real, serious QB prospect. Everyone in the scouting world paid Savage no mind. in January…all except one lunatic and his sidekick computer.
In January 2014, we released a scouting report detailing how Tom Savage might be the best QB prospect in the 2014 NFL Draft. Whaddaya know? A few weeks later Savage started moving up draft boards. Draft experts were suddenly taking a second-look, and all saying the same exact thing in March-April (pure coincidence, I’m sure): “Boy, I didn’t see it at first, but re-looking at tape, I can see where Savage is really good now.” Really? Everyone is going with this party line now? No shame at all?
We saw what they didn’t see, that they now ‘magically’ see, months before they did. I wonder what else not named Tom Savage that our computer scouting models are seeing before they do? A bunch of lesser-known prospect reports are about to flood College Football Metrics, so stay tuned because you know draft experts are…waiting for us to tee up another scouting epiphany for them.
We have updated Savage’s grades based on the full measurables in from the NFL Combine and Wonderlic score data. The 2.0 version of all our 2014 QB prospect grades is forthcoming as well.
Andrew Jackson had a great overall career at WKU, but he kinda ended it on a more quiet note versus the excellent splash he made right away. One of the more interesting Linebacker prospects to research in 2014. Read our scouting report on Western Kentucky’s Andrew Jackson by clicking the following link:
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