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.
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*My NFL Draft scouting report on Thomas Rawls was originally published (publicly) on Pro Football Spot on December 30, 2014. Williams went on to be a UDFA signed RB for the Seattle Seahawks that is suddenly getting ‘Marshawn Lynch‘ comps thrown around by the team. I wanted to make this data more accessible for CFM subscribers, so we’re […].. Continue reading→
Twitter @CFBMetrics If you subscribe to College Football Metrics.com, then you’ll know why I am making this post. For those of you in a Dynasty Rookie Draft with IDP coming up, you likely feel as if you know most of the offensive players intimately. However, the defensive players, maybe not so much. I’d encourage you to […].. Continue reading→
Twitter @CFBMetrics – The next version of our 2014 Dynasty Rookie Draft rankings, with over 100+ rookies ranked with commentary (including IDPs) will be out this week. – The prize of Seattle’s UDFA class, and we think the 2nd best player Seattle snatched from the 2014 NFL Draft process, is undrafted Texas DE prospect Jackson Jeffcoat. […].. Continue reading→