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…
The Ryan Switzer as ‘new Cole Beasley‘ train is picking up steam. I am seeing him slowly gaining in deeper dynasty rookie drafts…especially in leagues with a heavy Texas team ownership.
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Category Archives: Dallas
tags — Darius Jackson, dynasty rookie draft, Ezekiel Elliott, Rookie Rankings, fantasy football, Twitter @CFBMetrics I’m probably the only football person on the planet that believes Darius Jackson should be mentioned in the same breath as Ezekiel Elliott, as ‘prospects’. One part of this is that DJax is a very intriguing talent. The other part is — Ezekiel […].. Continue reading→
tags — Darius Jackson, dynasty rookie draft, Lance Dunbar, fantasy football, Darren McFadden, PPR, Ezekiel Elliott Twitter @CFBMetrics I wouldn’t have thought Dallas to make this connection, but it’s ‘genius’ if they are — Darius Jackson is getting time as a receiving RB with Lance Dunbar missing camp. This article (below) also touches on how […].. Continue reading→
Recently, I took a deeper study of Deontay Greenberry’s tape from his time at Houston, and it changed my scouting perspective. Our computer scouting models saw him as more mediocre/insignificant of a deeper look and we ran with that, but I’ve had several people emplore me to take a deeper look. I hope to be reporting […].. Continue reading→
Twitter @CFBMetrics tags — 2015 Dynasty-Fantasy Scouting Report, IDP, Byron Jones, 2015 Dynasty Rookie Draft, Jason Witten Fantasy Football Draft, PPR, ADP Someone sent me a clip of a quick story from the Dallas Morning News which contained video of just one play–a play showing Byron Jones defending Jason Witten. That sounds like a ‘who cares‘ moment, […].. Continue reading→
Twitter @CFBMetrics tags: Synjyn Days nfl draft 2015 RB Georgia Tech dynasty rookie draft fantasy football Synjyn Days went to Georgia Tech as a running QB prospect, and wound up as a 230-pound bruiser of a RB…a RB who finally got a shot to play late in 2014. He made the most of his […].. Continue reading→
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Twitter @CFBMetrics Attached (below) is a positive note/observation on Pitt WR prospect Devin Street from the recent Cowboys OTAs. We graded Street as an above average WR, with an upside to a higher level. It won’t be long before Devin Street bumps Terrance Williams, perhaps sooner than we thought… tags — 2014 NFL Draft […].. Continue reading→
Twitter @CFBMetrics Well, you know I love this one: QB Dustin Vaughan, West Texas A&M. Often, UDFAs are typically pipe dreams, and I’m guilty of getting a little too excited about them. However, I do not advance the position that our scouting metrics are wrong on these prospects (not that they can’t be). It’s just […].. Continue reading→