Continuing our look back at the 2018 rookie class, we turn our attention to Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb. Baker Mayfield stole most of the headlines and earned much of the acclaim for the Browns 2018 resurgence. But Chubb’s contributions should not be ignored.
If you’ve paid attention to college football over the last three seasons the name N’Keal Harry probably rings a bell. At 6 feet 4 inches, 213 pounds, he’s been tormenting opposing secondaries since he was a true freshman in 2016. Harry is viewed by some evaluators as one of the top offensive
Penny Hart was a relative unknown in mainstream draft circles prior to Senior Bowl practices last week. But the 5-foot-8, 180-pound wide receiver picked up a ton of steam thanks to strong showings during individual drills. Does Hart profile as the type of smaller-school standout worthy of discussion for dynasty purposes?
Deebo Samuel opted to skip the 2018 Belk Bowl in order to prepare for the 2019 NFL Draft and it looks like he made the right choice. Samuel accepted an invite to the Senior Bowl and has been one of the standout performers in the open practice
Continuing our look back at the 2018 rookie class, it is time to look back on the performances of one of the most surprising first-year stars of the last football season. Namely, Denver Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay.
Andy Isabella has yet to become a household name. But since becoming a full-time starter in 2016, he’s been one of the most productive wide receivers in college football, leading the nation in yards receiving (1,698) in 2018. Should dynasty owners be willing to invest substantial draft capital in Isabella
With the 2018 NFL regular season now in the rearview mirror, it is time to look back on the performances of some of the players finishing their first season in the pros. Next up is running back Kerryon Johnson of the Detroit Lions.
D.K. Metcalf could be the biggest mystery in the entire 2019 wide receiver class. At 6 feet 4 inches, 230 pounds, he has the prototypical frame that NFL scouts envision when searching for the next dominant outside wide receiver. But a string of injuries has severely limited his college production.
Devin Singletary has officially decided to forgo his senior season at Florida Atlantic and enter the 2019 NFL Draft. The 5-foot-9-inch, 200-pound running back has been incredibly productive over the last three seasons but has not received a ton of hype in a somewhat muddled RB draft class. Should Singletary be
For a college to produce one stud tight end prospect, it may seem to be fortunate. For it to produce two, well that seems like excellence. But that is precisely what Iowa seem to have managed in 2018. Not content with sending Noah Fant to the NFL draft after his