hakeembutler
04 Apr 2019

The RotoViz Scouting Index – 2019 v 3.0: A Class that Could Save Your WR Corps

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Dave Caban reviews Version 3.0 of the RotoViz Scouting Index and marvels at its stellar group of Wide Receivers. 

EB19FB07-FC5A-4F64-89DF-648080806CE3
04 Apr 2019

Box Score Scout: Advanced Stats and Sim Scores for the Top 2019 Running Back Prospects

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The NFL draft creates an offseason hype machine like no other, and the reality often fails to live up to the buzz. The 2019 running back class fits that description – or does it? Curtis Patrick uses the RotoViz Box Score Scout to provide advanced metrics and player comps

Amari-Cooper
03 Apr 2019

How Should We Measure College Breakouts? The Wrong Read, No. 55

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Welcome to the 55th installment of The Wrong Read. We love breakouts at RotoViz. We want to target wide receiver prospects who break out in college, and especially those who break out early. The question then becomes, what should we count as a breakout?

mylesgaskin
02 Apr 2019

Given The Right Landing Spot, Myles Gaskin Has The Makings Of A Zero-RB Candidate

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Now that we have official combine testing results for the majority of 2019 NFL Draft class, it’s time for a quick review of former Washington Huskies’ running back Myles Gaskin.1 The original, pre-combine version of this article was published on January 1, 2019.  (back) The original, pre-combine version of this article

bennysnell
02 Apr 2019

Despite A Poor Combine, Benny Snell Is Still A Young, Wildly-Productive RB Prospect

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Now that we have official combine testing results for the majority of the 2019 NFL Draft class, it’s time for a quick review of former Kentucky Wildcats’ running back Benny Snell Jr.1 The original, pre-combine version of this article was published on January 1, 2019.  (back) The original, pre-combine version of

kelvinharmon
01 Apr 2019

Box Score Scout: Advanced Stats and Sim Scores for Top 2019 Wide Receiver Prospects

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The NFL draft creates an offseason hype machine like no other, and the reality often fails to live up to the buzz. The 2019 wide receiver class may be an exception. Shawn Siegele uses the RotoViz Box Score Scout to provide advanced metrics and player comps for the

01 Apr 2019

Greg Dortch Is Small and Slow and I Don’t Care

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Wake Forest wide receiver Greg Dortch is skipping his final two years of college eligibility to declare for the NFL draft. Is he someone dynasty owners should be paying attention to? There are reasons both for optimism and for restraint.((An older version of this article was published on January 11, 2019, before

emanuelhall
01 Apr 2019

After A Stellar Combine, Emanuel Hall Is Rising Up My Draft Board

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Now that we have official combine testing results for the majority of the 2019 NFL Draft class, it’s time for a quick review of former Missouri Tigers’ wide receiver Emanuel Hall.1 The original, pre-combine version of this article was published on December 31st, 2018.  (back) The original, pre-combine version of this article

alexandermattison
01 Apr 2019

While He May Lack Elite Speed, Alexander Mattison Still Deserves Your Attention

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Now that we have official combine results for the majority of the 2019 NFL Draft class, it’s time for a quick review of former Boise State Broncos’ running back Alexander Mattison.1 The original, pre-combine version of this article was published on December 29th, 2018.  (back) The original, pre-combine version of this article

darwin thompson
30 Mar 2019

Darwin Thompson Crushes Pro Day

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Utah State junior running back Darwin Thompson put on a show at his pro day on Wednesday, emphatically answering any questions about his athleticism following a combine snub.1 An earlier pre-pro-day version of this article was published on December 30, 2018.  (back) An earlier pre-pro-day version of this article was published on December 30,