Category Archives: NFL Draft

Alex's 2020 Mock Draft 1.0

Alex Kielar | January 15th, 2020 

Now that we are done with Divisional Round weekend of the 2019 NFL season, the top 28 picks of this year’s draft are now locked down. The order of the back four I am going based on how I think the conference championships and Super Bowl will go down. Those 28 teams are now looking towards the offseason and the 2020 draft as the remaining four get set for the Conference Championship round of the playoffs on Sunday.

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Wisconsin Center Tyler Biadasz Declares for the 2020 Draft

Raul Vazquez | January 9th, 2020 

Through all the success that Wisconsin has had at offensive line, Tyler Biadasz was the first center in Wisconsin’s history to win the Rimington Trophy that is awarded to the nation’s most outstanding center. The three-year starter at center announced yesterday that he will be entering the draft joining underclassmen Jonathan Taylor and Quintez Cephus. Much like Taylor, the decision does not come as much of a surprise but the decorated junior now makes it official. 

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Studying Possible Las Vegas Raiders Draft Targets

Nick Popio | December 31st, 2019

Another football season is coming to an end which means a new league year is right around the corner. For the Oakland Raiders, it’s the beginning of a brand new era in Las Vegas. This historical move will officially commence on the night of April 23 in the aforementioned sin city. On that night the Raiders own two first-round picks that will become the new faces of the relocating franchise. They also have three third rounders, a fourth, a sixth, and a seventh to round out the event. With all those assets in tow, the time has arrived to scout some potential eligible draftees that they might be eyeing during the three day extravaganza in their latest hometown.

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Mike’s 2020 Mock Draft 1.0

Mike Fanelli | December 19th, 2019 

We are just a few days away from week 16 of the 2019 NFL season. That means there are only two weeks of regular season football left and the majority of teams have been eliminated from playoff contention. Those fan bases are already looking ahead to the offseason and most notably the 2020 NFL draft. With a loss in one of their final two games, the Bengals will lock up the top draft spot and will be on the clock.

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Mason’s Mock Draft 1.0

Mason Thompson | December 12th, 2019 

We’re heading into week 15 meaning there are only three weeks left in the regular season. For a handful of teams, this means trying to clinch a playoff spot or claw their way to try and earn the last wildcard spot. For others though, these next weeks are used to evaluate talent to keep for next year on non-playoff teams. These teams get a head start on evaluating their roster for the upcoming months leading up to April’s draft.

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2020 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Xavier McKinney, SAF, Alabama

Alex Kielar | December 3rd, 2019 

Xavier McKinney, SAF, Alabama #15

Height: 6’1” 

Weight: 200 LBs

Year: Junior

Xavier McKinney is in his second year at the starting safety role after a breakout year in his sophomore season last year (74 TOT tackles, six for loss, three sacks, two INT, one INT return for touchdown, ten passes defended, two forced fumbles) and he has had another solid year through the regular season. He has a lot of versatility and has the length to even play snaps at linebacker with great tackling ability (leads Alabama in tackles). His versatility will make him a very sought after prospect in the upcoming draft. Continue reading

2020 NFL Draft Scouting Report: Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE, Penn State

Alex Kielar | November 28th, 2019

Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE, Penn State, #99

Height: 6’5″

Weight: 264 LBs

Class: Junior

Yetur Gross-Matos is a stud edge rusher who has made even more strides from his dominant sophomore season (ninth-ranked 20 tackles for loss) to pretty much guarantee himself as a day one selection. Gross-Matos has been through two terrible tragedies in his life but has shown great courage and resiliency. When he was just two years old, his father drowned in a boating accident and then under nine years later his older brother was killed by a lightning strike on a baseball field. He will continue to play for his father and brother while leaving it all out on the field. Gross-Matos has all the traits to be a leader and an unstoppable force in the NFL. Now let’s get to the grades.

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