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...
Everyone who watches Trent Taylor walks away with the same takeaway…and when you read this detailed piece, you’ll understand what/why that is a little better.
I’m a fan of Taylor, and I’m ‘down’ with the ‘next Wes Welker‘ comps…the problem is that Wes Welker isn’t ‘Wes Welker‘ without Tom Brady. The 49ers don’t have a Tom Brady. Perhaps, it won’t matter here.
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tags — Jeff Driskel, dynasty rookie draft, Blaine Gabbert, fantasy football, Colin Kaepernick Twitter @CFBMetrics Athletically, Jeff Driskel is in the same realm as Blaine Gabbert and Colin Kaepernick…but not quite as good. Driskel is the fastest straight-line runner (4.56), which is stellar for a 6’4″/234 QB, but his 7.19 three-cone is ‘good’, but not like […].. Continue reading→
Twitter @CFBMetrics tags — Eli Harold, 49ers OTA Notes, DeAndrew White, Dynasty Rookie Draft, NFL Draft, IDP, ADP, Quinton Patton Grant Cohn of The Press Democrat had an interesting “good and not so good” set of notes from an early 49ers OTA practice session in late May. Those prepping for an IDP Dynasty Rookie […].. Continue reading→
DeAndre Smelter, Georgia Tech WR | NFL Draft 2015 Scouting Report *WR grades can and will change as more information comes in from Pro-Day workouts, Wonderlic test results leaked, etc. We will update ratings as new info becomes available. *WR-B stands for “Big-WR,” a classification we use to separate the more physical, downfield/over-the-top, heavy […].. Continue reading→
Twitter @CFBMetrics The 49ers did not add a large pool of UDFAs (because they had 49 draft picks this year, but only 12 of them are not a ‘redshirt’), but what they did add was solid-smart. Southern Illinois QB Kory Faulkner is a pretty talented QB. He’s not going to make the team due to […].. Continue reading→