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R.C. Fischer

About R.C. Fischer

R.C. Fischer is an NFL Draft analyst for College Football Metrics.com, and a football projections analyst and writer for Fantasy Football Metrics.com. His group also provides player projections for Advanced Sports Logic’s football software “The Machine.”

2018 NFL Draft Prospect Reports For Devy Leagues, Etc.

2018 NFL Draft Prospect Reports for Devy, etc.

I’m starting to put together 2018 prospect reports for your look-ahead or Devy needs at College Football Metrics.com for subscribers. However, I need your help. If you’re into such things – please email me a list of 2018 prospects you’d like to see reports on/prospects I should be looking at. I don’t watch college football until after the season and just for NFL Draft studies – so, I have no idea on the top 2018 guys. I don’t trust Google searches on mainstream guys making lists I can work from. Send me names and I’ll compile and do reports on the biggest vote-getters.

Don’t bother with Sam Darnold on your list. I do know enough about college ball to know of him. I’ve done some tape study and made my notes on Darnold and am already starting my report. All I can say is…you’re going to want to see this. Trust me.

Will, I agree with everyone on the planet on Sam Darnold?

Or…will I be all alone in the anti-Sam Darnold camp?

Or…did I find a new angle no one else has?

Oh, you’re going to love this…

 

Send emails to — rcf@collegefootballmetrics.com

 

 

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+ (7.0)

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NFL Draft 2017 Scouting Report: RB Marlon Mack, So. Florida

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Let’s Get Hyped About Bears’ UDFA Rookie WR Tanner Gentry…

 

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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…

 

A friend of mine tipped me to Wyoming WR Tanner Gentry because he wasn’t on my radar. I went out and watched some game tape — impressive. Not going to register on any analytic radar due to weak speed-agility times (4.58 40-time, 7.29 three-cone). However, 14 TDs last season…of his team’s 29 passing scores. 72 catches and 1,326 yards…seven 100+ yard receiving games. 7 catches for 124 yards and a TD vs. Nebraska. 7 catches for 113 yards and 2 TDs in his Bowl game vs. BYU.

Find out more about Gentry at Bears training camp 2017…and don’t skip the video. Watch the video. It’s only 30+ seconds long.

 

Links: SportsMockery: Tanner Gentry Training Camp

 

 

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.

 

 

Extended Info on Seattle Track & Field Signee — Cyril Grayson

 

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…

 

LSU Track & Field star Cyril Grayson likely has little shot to make the Seattle roster, but he’s got an interesting path to getting his NFL shot. He looked competent at his Pro Day, but I’m looking forward to seeing what happens when the pads go on this summer.

 

Link: http://mmqb.si.com/mmqb/2017/04/14/seahawks-sign-lsu-sprinter-cyril-grayson-wide-receiver

 

 

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+ (6.0)

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Cardinals’ WR Chad Williams Rookie Camp and College Arrest Stories…

 

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…

 

There has been a small wave of positive stories about Chad Williams coming from Arizona. So much hype it made me think of how great Bruce Arians proclaimed Robert Nkemdiche was. Guess what? Not so much…as we predicted. The Rookie Derangement Syndrome for Arizona right now seems to be with Chad Williams.

See our full scouting report and grades on Chad Williams on our home page/player index. Also, see where we rank him in our weekly Dynasty Rookie Draft rankings. Check out these two stories on Williams, one of them usually not mentioned in any scouting of him…or if it is it’s labeled sanitarily as ‘off-field trouble’. You can be the judge…

 

Links:

http://www.thenewsstar.com/story/sports/college/gsu/2016/05/17/grambling-star-wr-arrested-marijuana-possession-firearm/84484672/ 

 

http://www.azcentral.com/story/sports/nfl/cardinals/2017/05/13/confidence-not-problem-arizona-cardinals-rookie-wr-chad-williams/321313001/

 

 

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.

 

 

O.J. Howard and Many Bucs’ Rookie Camp Notes…

 

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…

 

Several player notes here. Some about the rookies — O.J. Howard, Bobo Wilson, Jeremy McNichols, etc. A few about players you might have lost touch with in the past 1-2 years. Also has some random video clips on rookies.

 

Link: https://www.pewterreport.com/inside-bucs-rookie-mini-camp-5-5/

 

 

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.

 

 

A Deeper Dive On 49ers’ RB Joe Williams’ Off-field Issues…

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Yesterday, I published a full scouting report on the 49ers’ Joe Williams — a scouting look at Williams you won’t see/hear in the mainstream. Everything is so focused on his off-field stuff and the feel-good on overcoming it that the ON-field problem is just totally ignored…per usual by the football media who are 99% emotionally driven in scouting and reporting.

In my scouting report, I really didn’t hammer the off-field issue as much because I think most of the concern is on the field. Plus, this article from Mercury News will give you the off-field stuff you need to worry about in detail (below).

I see Joe Williams continuing on as a hot dynasty rookie draft prospect and another force pushing Carlos Hyde into ‘hated’ status in fantasy and with the NFL media. You really need to read this article from The Mercury News plus my scouting report so you can properly play the 49ers backfield board for dynasty-fantasy purposes.

There are so many things to examine with Williams and most of it is ignored, people choosing to just swoon over Williams due to the Peter King draft day story. A lot was left on the table/ignored on Williams…find out what it was with CFM.

 

Link: http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/05/05/purdy-maybe-joe-williams-is-no-quitter-but-hes-also-no-49ers-sure-thing/

 

 

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: RB Joe Williams, Utah

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