Tag:Preseason Watch List
Posted on: August 14, 2011 10:54 am
 

2012 Preseason Watch List Now Available

As promised earlier, the 2012 Preseason Watch List is now available for purchase and immediate download.

I can't begin to describe to you the amount of film work and detail that fellow Senior Analyst Chad Reuter and I put into forming the 100+ pages of this guide. Each year we try to improve the preview and I believe we've done so again this year, as we've elected to offer profiles on the top underclassmen, as well as many of the elite senior prospects throughout the country, to give our readers the best possible preview of the players expected at this time to be getting "green room" invitations to attend the 2012 NFL Draft.

How many players from your favorite college team could end up playing on Sundays next year?

Which college stars can help improve your NFL favorite squad's weak spots so they can make a run for the playoffs in 2012?

For just $14.99, the experts at NFLDraftScout.com  will help you answer those questions with the 2012 Preseason Watch List.

So don't wait until the Senior Bowl or Scouting Combine to begin tracking next year's top NFL rookies -- be in the know RIGHT NOW!

Your downloadable PDF includes:

  • Information on more than 400 ranked prospects for the 2012 NFL Draft
  • Detailed evaluations of the Top 100 prospects (the full, traditional NFLDraftScout.com profiles -- not the mini Strengths/Weaknesses provided elsewhere)
  • Position-by-position outlook
  • Preseason value board
  • And much more, including insight from NFLDraftScout.com Senior Analysts Rob Rang and Chad Reuter.
Should you purchase the guide and not be 100% satisfied with the product, I urge you to contact me and I will personally refund your payment. That's how confident I am in our product.
Posted on: August 8, 2011 4:45 pm
Edited on: August 10, 2011 6:07 pm
 

Putting final wraps on the 2012 Watch List PDF

With 8.3 million people tuning in each day of the 2011 NFL Draft coverage, clearly there is a love affair with the player selection show.

It also entertains me to see how the draft hype brings some of the casual fans out of the shadows.

Draft enthusiasts reading my NFL Draft blog in late August aren't casual fans. They're hardcore.

They're the ones who -- like numerous NFL personnel I've spoken with this summer -- know that when it comes to the draft, no one does it better than NFLDraftScout.com.

As such, I'm pleased to announce that once again we will be offering a detailed preseason guide for those of you who simply can't get enough NFL draft information.

Over the past few weeks, NFLDraftScout.com Senior Analyst Chad Reuter and I have been working hard on this very detailed (the rough draft is 102 pages!) that provides you with rankings, profiles and numerous articles. In years past, Chad and I have limited the rankings and profiles to only seniors. However, this year, with the presumptive No. 1 overall pick Andrew Luck being a redshirt junior we thought it only appropriate to include the top rated underclassmen in our profiles. Want to know how we feel about Luck? Matt Barkley? Landry Jones? Justin Blackmon? Alshon Jeffery? Brandon Jenkins? Cliff Harris? We've got them all and many more.
 
So don't wait until the Senior Bowl or Scouting Combine to begin tracking next year's top NFL rookies -- be in the know RIGHT NOW! Your downloadable PDF includes:

For just $14.99, the experts at NFLDraftScout.com break it all down in the 2012 Preseason Watch List.

* Information on more than 400 ranked prospects for the 2012 NFL Draft* Detailed evaluations of the Top 100 prospects * Position-by-position outlook
* Preseason value board
* And much more, including insight from NFLDraftScout.com Senior Analysts Rob Rang and Chad Reuter.

We've put enough time and effort into this thing that I've literally put off my honeymoon... As such, I'm taking the week off to enjoy some  vacation with my new bride. Here is a link to the 2012 Preseason Watch List order site.  Enjoy!

 
 
 
 
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