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Stanford edged Washington on Saturday, but Huskies linebacker Shaq Thompson showed why he's one of the top defensive NFL prospects in the country
Tony Romo has been productive thus far in 2014, but the Cowboys could very well be in the market for a quarterback in the 2015 NFL Draft
Playing defensive back in the NFL is tougher than ever before. Despite struggles from some top picks recently, the desperation for improved secondary play could result in clubs gambling early yet again on rookies. Washington cornerback Marcus Peters and Alabama safety Landon Collins, both juniors, look best poised to reap the benefits.
Stanford escaped Seattle with a 20-13 victory over Washington but from an NFL Draft perspective, the Dawgs barked loudest with each of the four defenders currently projected by NFLDraftScout.com as top 100 prospects performing well.
This contest was filled with mistake after mistake after mistake. But in the end, Georgia made one less mistake than Tennessee and jumped on the back of their workhorse and projected first round pick, running back Todd Gurley
After his memorable three-touchdown performance in Thursday's win over the Redskins, many are asking, who is Giants tight end Larry Donnell? Through four games, the third-year pro leads New York in every receiving category and has the look of a prototypical tight end, but his journey to the NFL was anything but typical
Heisman hopeful Brett Hundley will get all of the buzz with five touchdowns to help beat Arizona State in Tempe but noteworthy performances from several UCLA defenders could prove just as memorable for NFL scouts.
An in-depth look at the premier NFL prospects to watch in the top college football match-ups this weekend.
Shawn Oakman, Shane Ray, Tyreek Hill and Kevin White are the kind of prospects whose skills will inspire GMs to make draft-day gambles.
South Alabama is one of only a few FBS programs to never have a player drafted in the NFL, but senior tight end Wes Saxton is attempting to change that
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