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2014 Dynasty Rookie Draft Rankings (8.0) *Includes IDP

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2014 Dynasty Rookie Draft Rankings (8.0) *Includes IDP

Commentary and ranking of 160+ Dynasty Rookie Draft prospects for 2014, along with another 15+ prospects we wouldn’t touch.

**Our ever-evolving, ever-updating to kick-off, Moneyball scouted, 2014 Fantasy Football e-Draft Guide and Cheat Sheets are on sale now. Direct link:  FFM 2014 Draft**

 

Several moves within the top-15 this week…. 

Players on the move: Davante Adams, Jace Amaro, Anthony Barr, Odell Beckham, Kelvin Benjamin, Teddy Bridgewater, Jadeveon Clowney, Jerome Couplin, Mike Evans, C.J. Fiedorowicz, Randell Johnson, Allen Hurns, Carlos Hyde, Cody Latimer, ordan Lynch, John Manziel, Jordan Matthews, Calvin Pryor, Allen Robinson, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Tom Savage, Marcus Smith, Daniel Sorensen, Dez Soutward, Devin Street, Jordan Tripp, Kyle Van Noy, Jimmy Ward, and Sammy Watkins among others

 

 

 

 

 

2014 Dynasty Rookie Draft Rankings (Version 7.0) *Includes IDP

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2014 Dynasty Rookie Draft Rankings (Version 7.0) 

There are 150+ prospects ranked. 60+ prospects with commentary. 15+ ‘name’ prospects we would not touch in a Dynasty Rookie Draft. Note: There has been another change in the top-5.  

Some of the prospects on the move in version 7.0: Jared Abbrederis, Alfred Blue, Chris Borland, Brandon Coleman, Jerome Couplin, C.J. Mosley, Jimmy Garopollo, Crockett Gillmore, Jackson Jeffcoat, Randell Johnson, Calvin Pryor, Connor Shaw, Charles Sims, Vinnie Sunseri, Lorenzo Taliaferro, Zurlon Tipton, Kyle Van Noy, Brock Vereen, and Andre Williams among others

 

Dynasty Rookie Draft 7.0 Release Projected: TUE pm 8/19/2014

So much preseason tape to get through. I love it!

 

2014 Dynasty Rookie Draft Rankings (Version 6.0)

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This has become the top-150+ Dynasty prospects plus another 15+ players we won’t touch. I’m not sure how this has jumped to so many players, but I’m not much for brevity!  

There are changes among prospects in our previous top-5, and the top-10…and all over everywhere else as well. 

Prospect with the biggest jumps in Version 6.0: Jace Amaro, Dri Archer, Kelvin Benjamin, Alfred Blue, John Brown, Jeremy Butler, Darqueze Dennard, Greg Ducre, David Fluellen, Tyler Gaffney,Christian Kirksey, Jordan Lynch, Charles Sims, Zurlon Tipton, and Terrance West among others.

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2014 Dynasty Rookie Draft Rankings: The Schedule for Version 6.0 to 9.0

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Our plan for the next round of Dynasty Rookie Draft rankings is to release them every Monday for the next four Mondays (after the week’s worth of preseason games have been digested). *We are hoping for Sunday night releases, but Monday is listed just to be safe.

6.0 = Projected Monday 8/11

7.0 = Projected Monday 8/18

8.0 = Projected Monday 8/25

9.0 = Projected Monday 9/1 (Likely the Final for 2014)

**See the 2014 Dynasty Rookie Draft, like never before with our Moneyball-style scouting reports and rankings. Go to www.collegefootballmetrics.com **

 

 

Corey Washington, NY Giants (Newberry WR prospect)

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Newberry WR prospect, now NY Giants undrafted free agent hopeful, Corey Washington made a nice adjustment catch for a 73-yard TD off a Ryan Nassib bomb, and kinda grabbed a mini-spotlight this week.

Corey Washington has NFL physical measurables to work with, and he was very productive last season (albeit at a very small school). There is prospect ‘hope’ with him.

Here is some additional info, and praise from his coach: Corey Washington Praise/Bio

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Redskins OT Morgan Moses Note: This Made Our Computer Scouting Feel Assured Today…

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At one point in the 2014 NFL Draft process, OT Morgan Moses was projected as a 1st-round pick. For many football analysts, he was right up until the end. He went late 2nd-round. We had a much different opinion of Moses, and I encourage you to read our report on Moses just to see the contrast of what we do versus the normal scouting. The attached story is kind of scary if your a fan of the Skins’. Sorry, if you’re a Washington fan…

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Here (below) was the note from a few days ago, and the full article attached (see our scouting report on College Football Metrics.com):

The Washington Post leaves the door open for the Redskins to possibly cut third-round OT Morgan Moses.

Beat writer Mike Jones does write that it would be “hard to see them giving up on a third-round pick this quickly.” But Moses is having trouble adjusting to the speed and strength of NFL pass rushers. Tom Compton has outplayed Moses as the No. 3 tackle behind starters LT Trent Williams and RT Tyler Polumbus. Moses’ name was brought up as a potential first- or second-rounder before going 66th overall to Washington. He’ll be a reserve in year one. Jul 29 – 1:27 PM

Source: Redskins mailbag: O-line depth, practice squad candidates and more

 
           

Redskins mailbag: O-line depth, practice squad candidate…

The Redskins have knocked out five days of practice, and get back to work on Wednesday for four more straight days of practice. Meantime, Mike Jones answers readers…

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NFL/Dynasty Scouting Reports: QBs Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota

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NFL Draft 2014-15: Statistical Analysis of QB Marcus Mariota, Oregon 

Which is it? Great QB prospect for the NFL or ‘OK’ QB prospect in a gimmicky college offense? Is Marcus Mariota the next wave of mobile QB for the NFL? We answer these questions, and you’ll likely be shocked by the answers, in our 1,000+ word scouting report and analysis of Marcus Mariota, which you can read by clicking the following link:

 

NFL Draft 2014-15: Statistical Analysis of QB Jameis Winston, Florida State 

We have taken a look at what our computer scouting models show on Jameis Winston based on data we have so far, and I can tell you one thing: You will probably never see an analysis/take on Winston like the one we have here…not now, and not when he heads to the pros. Read our 1,000+ word shocker on Jameis Winston by clicking the following link:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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