Drafting stars with a high success rate is difficult enough. The great NFL scouting departments are those that can consistently project "diamonds in the rough," unheralded or overlooked prospects. NFLDraftScout.com analyst Rob Rang offers his 2015 "Diamonds" by position
Interviews may not be as exciting as the athletic events for which the NFL Scouting Combine is famous, but they remain a critical part of team's evaluation of prospects. Here are my thoughts after listening to Marcus Mariota, Brett Hundley and Bryce Petty and two intriguing Day 3 prospects to know now.
Projected top 10 picks Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota will throw this week at the annual Scouting Combine, raising the stakes in their battle to be the first quarterback (and perhaps player) selected in the 2015 NFL Draft.