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
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
When NFL coaches can get their hands on college players at the upcoming Senior Bowl, one of the prospects who will generate the most intrigue will be Notre Dame tight end Alize Mack. In terms of raw counting stats, Mack was not exactly dominant at South Bend, nor was he
After finishing second in the country in yards rushing in 2018, Darrell Henderson has decided to skip his senior season at Memphis to enter the 2019 NFL Draft. The 5-foot-9-inch, 200-pound running back has been incredibly efficient and explosive over the last three seasons. Should he be considered a candidate for
Wake Forest wide receiver Greg Dortch recently announced that he would forgo 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.
Daniel Jones ended his college career with a masterful performance against Temple in the Independence Bowl. The 6-foot-5-inch, 220-pound quarterback’s size and arm strength have made him a popular first-round pick in recent mock drafts. Does he deserve that lofty consideration?
Some colleges seem to have a knack for producing players at a certain position. Georgia seems able to keep churning out productive running backs, like Todd Gurley and Nick Chubb. USC has sent a fair number of quarterbacks into the NFL (with varying levels of success). Carson Palmer, Mark Sanchez,
There are always prospects who, after perhaps not putting up huge numbers during their college careers, suddenly begin attracting attention during the pre-draft process thanks to athletic gifts they were not able to adequately showcase in school. One such player in 2019 could be Ole Miss tight end, Dawson Knox.