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Posted on: September 15, 2009 6:43 pm
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Draft Slant Lineup

One of the features I'm proudest that we have carried over from the original NFLDraftScout.com to our work here at CBS is The Draft Slant, a weekly PDF written by fellow Senior Analyst Chad Reuter and I.

What makes Draft Slant different from all of the other information I've seen available from a draft perspective is that it is updated weekly. I offer a Prospect of the Week based on the film review done of last weekend's games, as well as a Diamond in the Rough and Eight Others that jumped out at me during film work. Chad previews the coming week's action with detailed analysis as to who exactly to watch (and why).

The ten prospects that will be featured in this week's Draft Slant are:

Player of the Week: FS Taylor Mays, USC (awesome athlete, but some troubling mistakes against Ohio State)
Diamond in the Rough: OT Tony Washington, Abilene Christian (among the 5 best athletes among senior OTs)

Eight Others from the Film Room:

  1. OG Thomas Austin, Clemson (sound technician not so sound at critical moment against Georgia Tech)
  2. WR Jeremy Williams, Tulane (best senior WR few have heard of...)
  3. CB Perrish Cox, Oklahoma State (one of several Cowboys victimized in stunning Houston loss)
  4. OLB Rico McCoy, Tennessee (athletic enough to consider moving to safety?)
  5. QB Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan (product of the spread option or a legitimate Top 100 selection?)
  6. DT Mike Neal, Purdue (great strength and underrated burst has his stock rising)
  7. ILB Reggie Carter, UCLA (the leader of UCLA's defensive stand(s) in the victory at Tennessee)
  8. TE/H-Back/FB Garrett Graham, Wisconsin (another Chris Cooley?)
To view the extended notes from this week's issue (will be sent via email late Wed/early Thurs) or others, click here.
Posted on: September 7, 2009 12:41 pm
 

Two Labor Day games with NFL talent

For those needing a fix of football on Labor Day, there are two games today in which the NFL scouts certainly will be paying attention.

Cincinnati visits Rutgers in a Big East battle at 4pm (EST). Miami visits Florida State in an ACC clash at 8 pm (EST). Both games will be televised by ESPN.

While the Miami/Florida State contest is certain to get more hype, the Cincinnati/Rutgers contest offers just as much, if not more for scouts to watch. Certainly the most intriguing one on one battle should come from this contest as Cincinnati's Mardy Gilyard (6-0, 187, #1), NFLDraftScout.com's #2 rated senior wideout is expected to be shadowed by Rutgers cornerback Devin McCourty (5-11, 190, #21).

The more impressive of the two will make this week's issue of Draft Slant, NFLDraftScout.com's weekly PDF that highlights ten of the more intriguing NFL prospects from the previous week's action, as well as much more.

For more information about Draft Slant, follow the link below.

http://www.myfootballnews.com/site/
469487/product/Slant-Sub

Posted on: September 3, 2009 2:10 pm
Edited on: September 3, 2009 6:40 pm
 

NFLDraftScout Watchlist, Draft Slant Available

For those NFL Draft and college football fans looking to gain an immediate edge on their peers, two of NFLDraftScout.com's premier PDF files are ready for immediate download.

The 2010 Watch List is a 91 page book we've squeezed into a PDF. It has full profiles on the top 99 senior prospects heading into the season and much, much more.

Draft Slant
is a weekly series we began last year and have brought back due to heavy customer interest. Essentially, we're acknowledging that fans would like to scout right alongside of us. In Draft Slant, we're providing a head's up on the top televised games of the upcoming week and a breakdown of ten legitimate NFL prospects we watched the week before. For this initial issue we focused on ten players who poppped off the tape from last year. Among the players featured this week are Florida ILB Brandon Spikes (Player of the Week) and Northern Iowa defensive end James Ruffin (Diamond in the Rough), as well as Clemson WR Jacoby Ford, East Carolina DE CJ Wilson, West Virginia OT Selvish Capers, and Oklahoma State CB Perrish Cox, among others. 


Here is more information about each product -- as well as how to get them.

2010 Watch List:
How many players from your favorite team could end up playing on Sundays next year? Who should you know about with remote in hand? For just $14.99, you can arm yourself with all the information you need.


Your downloadable PDF will include:

* Profiles on the Top 99 prospects for '10
* Rankings for the top five prospects at each position
* Position-by-position outlook
* Preseason value board
* Hundreds of prospects by school
* And much more, including insight from NFLDraftScout.com analysts Rob Rang and Chad Reuter.

The 2010 Watchlist can be purchased by following this link:
 http://www.myfootballnews.com/
site/469487/product/NDS10WL


The 2010 Draft Slant can be purchased for the entire year, which is comprised of at least 16 issues, or on a per issue basis.

NFL Draft Scout now offers a weekly newsletter that looks at the college football season through draft-colored glasses. Senior Analysts Rob Rang and Chad Reuter review prospects' play from past weeks, preview whom to watch in the coming weeks and reach out to their sources around the league to answer burning questions. Here's what you can expect in each issue of "Draft Slant":

  • "The Hot Read" - scouting and college football insights by Senior Analyst Rob Rang

  • Prospect of the Week - checking out a high-profile prospect making headlines

  • Diamond in the Rough - reviewing lesser-known prospects that scouts are not ignoring

  • Film Room Notes - scouting reports on various prospects by NFLDraftScout staff

  • Previews for the Game of the Week and other top match-ups

  • Top 64 Prospects

  • Top Ten Prospects by Position

The 2010 Draft Slant (the entire series, single 2010 issues or last year's issues) can be purchased by following this link:

(Entire series)    http://www.myfootballnews.com/site/
469487/product/Slant-Sub

(Single Issue)    http://www.myfootballnews.com/site/
469487/product/Slant



 
 
 
 
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