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Bears’ Rookie Camp Report on UDFA RB Joel Bouagnon…

 

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As I am doing research for dynasty rookie drafts, I come across some articles and notes from local reporters on lesser-covered or off the beaten track rookies at training camps…or just nice observation notes on all the young players. I’m going to share some of them with you on players you might be interested in…

 

Joel Bouagnon is an intriguing 230+ pound RB prospect who got lost in the NFL Draft shuffle because he didn’t go to a prestigious school (Northern Illinois) and he didn’t get the key endorsements by the NFL Combine, etc., groups. I wouldn’t lose sight of him. See our full scouting report on him in our player index of reports.

Here’s a report on his rookie camp experience…

 

Link: http://www.kcchronicle.com/2017/05/15/st-charles-resident-former-niu-rb-joel-bouagnon-gets-first-taste-of-nfl-life-down-the-road-at-chicago-bears-rookie-camp/a3i31e4/

 

 

The preeminent NFL Draft and Dynasty Rookie Draft scouting service – College Football Metrics.com has launched its sixth year of scouting analytics and detailed reports, rankings and coverage of all things NFL Draft…including the college all-star bowls, the NFL Combine, and the draft itself. Our analysis is like none other, designed to defy and confound the mainstream coverage – who else had David Johnson on par with Todd Gurley in 2015? Or Tyrell Williams as a top WR prospect in 2015? Or Jatavis Brown and Sean Davis as top defensive prospects in 2016? Who else railed against Laquon Treadwell and Jameis Winston from the jump in their draft years? What will we discover with our computer scouting models in 2017?

For a completely different scouting service, visit collegefootballmetrics.com. Originally designed for NFL personnel departments, it has become home to the high stakes dynasty and fantasy profiteers – come see why that one person in your league always finds all those players ahead of everyone else…or become that person.

 

 

Dynasty Rookie Draft Mock Draft Mashup 2015-16-17…(Top 30 Final Names)

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Kyle Sloter Observations…and Other Broncos Rookie Camp News

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As I am doing research for dynasty rookie drafts, I come across some articles and notes from local reporters on lesser-covered or off the beaten track rookies at training camps…or just nice observation notes on all the young players. I’m going to share some of them with you on players you might be interested in…

 

Ask, and ye (me) shall receive.

I complained about not seeing any Kyle Sloter reports from rookie camp to share, and then I was sent this gem from a CFM faithful. I guess he’s doing pretty well!! You’ll see what I mean when you read this. I’ve also started to get some feedback as well — and Sloter is catching attention. The UDFA guy is making waves (should’ve been drafted).

This piece has plenty of Denver camp notes to peruse, something about some guys that play QB for Denver as well…is there a guy called Lynch, and another Siemian on the Broncos? I really am not sure, I think they’re mentioned…but I just focused on the Sloter news!! ;)

Enjoy…

 

Link: http://www.denverbroncos.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Takeaways-from-the-Broncos-first-OTA-Paxton-Lynch-and-Trevor-Siemians-performances-and-more/98cc2dab-2061-46c0-8d43-24559a448497?campaign=den:fanshare:twitter

 

 

The preeminent NFL Draft and Dynasty Rookie Draft scouting service – College Football Metrics.com has launched its sixth year of scouting analytics and detailed reports, rankings and coverage of all things NFL Draft…including the college all-star bowls, the NFL Combine, and the draft itself. Our analysis is like none other, designed to defy and confound the mainstream coverage – who else had David Johnson on par with Todd Gurley in 2015? Or Tyrell Williams as a top WR prospect in 2015? Or Jatavis Brown and Sean Davis as top defensive prospects in 2016? Who else railed against Laquon Treadwell and Jameis Winston from the jump in their draft years? What will we discover with our computer scouting models in 2017?

For a completely different scouting service, visit collegefootballmetrics.com. Originally designed for NFL personnel departments, it has become home to the high stakes dynasty and fantasy profiteers – come see why that one person in your league always finds all those players ahead of everyone else…or become that person.

 

Notes From Denver on De’Angelo Henderson, Garett Bolles, Jake Butt, etc.

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As I am doing research for dynasty rookie drafts, I come across some articles and notes from local reporters on lesser-covered or off the beaten track rookies at training camps…or just nice observation notes on all the young players. I’m going to share some of them with you on players you might be interested in…

 

Some random notes from Broncos camp, including tape of Jake Butt starting to move around a bit. Isaiah McKenzie and Chad Kelly were even discussed…so I was hoping to see some Kyle Sloter news, and I got nothing.

 

Link: http://www.denverpost.com/2017/05/13/broncos-rookie-camp-deangelo-henderson-garett-bolles-jake-butt/

 

 

 

The preeminent NFL Draft and Dynasty Rookie Draft scouting service – College Football Metrics.com has launched its sixth year of scouting analytics and detailed reports, rankings and coverage of all things NFL Draft…including the college all-star bowls, the NFL Combine, and the draft itself. Our analysis is like none other, designed to defy and confound the mainstream coverage – who else had David Johnson on par with Todd Gurley in 2015? Or Tyrell Williams as a top WR prospect in 2015? Or Jatavis Brown and Sean Davis as top defensive prospects in 2016? Who else railed against Laquon Treadwell and Jameis Winston from the jump in their draft years? What will we discover with our computer scouting models in 2017?

For a completely different scouting service, visit collegefootballmetrics.com. Originally designed for NFL personnel departments, it has become home to the high stakes dynasty and fantasy profiteers – come see why that one person in your league always finds all those players ahead of everyone else…or become that person.

 

 

 

 

 

2017 Dynasty Rookie Draft (+IDP) Rankings Top 200+ (4.0)

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More Detail On Taywan Taylor’s Rookie Camp…

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As I am doing research for dynasty rookie drafts, I come across some articles and notes from local reporters on lesser-covered or off the beaten track rookies at training camps…or just nice observation notes on all the young players. I’m going to share some of them with you on players you might be interested in…

 

I had heard and noted last week that Taywan Taylor had struggled day one of rookie camp and then pulled it together the following two days. Usually, you only hear glowing things about rookies from rookie camp, so it was odd when I saw and heard mild negatives on Taywan. The news didn’t help his dynasty rookie draft ADP any.

Here’s a little more insight on Taylor’s rookie camp from the coach(speak)…

 

Link: TitansOnline: Taywan Taylor Rookie Camp Notes

 

 

The preeminent NFL Draft and Dynasty Rookie Draft scouting service – College Football Metrics.com has launched its sixth year of scouting analytics and detailed reports, rankings and coverage of all things NFL Draft…including the college all-star bowls, the NFL Combine, and the draft itself. Our analysis is like none other, designed to defy and confound the mainstream coverage – who else had David Johnson on par with Todd Gurley in 2015? Or Tyrell Williams as a top WR prospect in 2015? Or Jatavis Brown and Sean Davis as top defensive prospects in 2016? Who else railed against Laquon Treadwell and Jameis Winston from the jump in their draft years? What will we discover with our computer scouting models in 2017?

For a completely different scouting service, visit collegefootballmetrics.com. Originally designed for NFL personnel departments, it has become home to the high stakes dynasty and fantasy profiteers – come see why that one person in your league always finds all those players ahead of everyone else…or become that person.

 

 

Cooper Kupp Ruled Rookie Training Camp…

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As I am doing research for dynasty rookie drafts, I come across some articles and notes from local reporters on lesser-covered or off the beaten track rookies at training camps…or just nice observation notes on all the young players. I’m going to share some of them with you on players you might be interested in…

 

I’ve been hearing more and more about how fantastic Cooper Kupp was at rookie training camp. I mean, every report on every player by beat writers from rookie camp is awesome…but I mean, people I take seriously are talking about it Kupp glowingly.

Here’s a take from one observer…

 

Link: UPI: LA Rams Camp Notes — Cooper Kupp

 

 

The preeminent NFL Draft and Dynasty Rookie Draft scouting service – College Football Metrics.com has launched its sixth year of scouting analytics and detailed reports, rankings and coverage of all things NFL Draft…including the college all-star bowls, the NFL Combine, and the draft itself. Our analysis is like none other, designed to defy and confound the mainstream coverage – who else had David Johnson on par with Todd Gurley in 2015? Or Tyrell Williams as a top WR prospect in 2015? Or Jatavis Brown and Sean Davis as top defensive prospects in 2016? Who else railed against Laquon Treadwell and Jameis Winston from the jump in their draft years? What will we discover with our computer scouting models in 2017?

For a completely different scouting service, visit collegefootballmetrics.com. Originally designed for NFL personnel departments, it has become home to the high stakes dynasty and fantasy profiteers – come see why that one person in your league always finds all those players ahead of everyone else…or become that person.

 

 

2017 NY Giants Minicamp Notes On Davis Webb, Evan Engram, etc.

Twitter @CFBMetrics

As I am doing research for dynasty rookie drafts, I come across some articles and notes from local reporters on lesser-covered or off the beaten track rookies at training camps…or just nice observation notes on all the young players. I’m going to share some of them with you on players you might be interested in…

 

Davis Webb and Evan Engram notes, plus some video clips to consider.

Webb is getting beyond the normal rave reviews every time I speak with someone connected. His dynasty rookie draft ADP hasn’t moved much, but Engram’s has been creeping up.

 

Link: Giants.com: Minicamp Notes 2017

 

 

 

The preeminent NFL Draft and Dynasty Rookie Draft scouting service – College Football Metrics.com has launched its sixth year of scouting analytics and detailed reports, rankings and coverage of all things NFL Draft…including the college all-star bowls, the NFL Combine, and the draft itself. Our analysis is like none other, designed to defy and confound the mainstream coverage – who else had David Johnson on par with Todd Gurley in 2015? Or Tyrell Williams as a top WR prospect in 2015? Or Jatavis Brown and Sean Davis as top defensive prospects in 2016? Who else railed against Laquon Treadwell and Jameis Winston from the jump in their draft years? What will we discover with our computer scouting models in 2017?

For a completely different scouting service, visit collegefootballmetrics.com. Originally designed for NFL personnel departments, it has become home to the high stakes dynasty and fantasy profiteers – come see why that one person in your league always finds all those players ahead of everyone else…or become that person.

 

 

NFL Draft 2017 Scouting Report: ILB Anthony Walker, Northwestern

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2017 Browns Rookie Camp News on Garrett, Peppers, Njoku, Kizer…

Twitter @CFBMetrics

As I am doing research for dynasty rookie drafts, I come across some articles and notes from local reporters on lesser-covered or off the beaten track rookies at training camps…or just nice observation notes on all the young players. I’m going to share some of them with you on players you might be interested in…

 

Some nice quick hit notes on several Browns players from minicamp. Everyone I’ve spoken with has been glowing about Myles Garrett’s first rookie camp.

 

Link:  CBSLocal: Day 1 Minicamp Notes Browns

 

 

 

The preeminent NFL Draft and Dynasty Rookie Draft scouting service – College Football Metrics.com has launched its sixth year of scouting analytics and detailed reports, rankings and coverage of all things NFL Draft…including the college all-star bowls, the NFL Combine, and the draft itself. Our analysis is like none other, designed to defy and confound the mainstream coverage – who else had David Johnson on par with Todd Gurley in 2015? Or Tyrell Williams as a top WR prospect in 2015? Or Jatavis Brown and Sean Davis as top defensive prospects in 2016? Who else railed against Laquon Treadwell and Jameis Winston from the jump in their draft years? What will we discover with our computer scouting models in 2017?

For a completely different scouting service, visit collegefootballmetrics.com. Originally designed for NFL personnel departments, it has become home to the high stakes dynasty and fantasy profiteers – come see why that one person in your league always finds all those players ahead of everyone else…or become that person.

 

 

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