NFL teams looking for help will get one more opportunity with seven players officially granted eligibility by the league for this year's Supplemental Draft, scheduled for next Thursday, July 9. Former Clemson left tackle Isaiah Battle is the only surefire pick but a few of the others could draw interest, as well.
Jameis Winston and the Florida State Seminoles were the big story this week but sterling efforts from prospects at Miami, Washington, Connecticut and South Carolina may have just as much impact on NFL draft boards on the final big week of Pro Day workouts.
NFLDraftScout.com reviews the five biggest storylines of this week's on-campus Pro Day workouts and how they will impact the 2015 NFL Draft. Among the Pro Days reviewed include UCF, LSU, TCU, Rice, Utah, Colorado State, Houston and more!
It isn't often that the Pro Day at Alabama is a relative after-thought but the biggest news from Week Two of the Pro Day season was elsewhere. Here are the five on-campus workouts that NFL scouts and fans must know about.
The reigning Heisman Trophy contender completed 57 of 65 passes during a scripted Pro Day workout designed to show his improvement as a pro-style passer. Each pass thrown came after taking the ball from under center. Mariota's workout was solid but the best positional workout of the day came from another former Duck.
All 32 teams were represented at Wednesday's Pro Day workout at USC but projected top three pick and skill-position standouts Nelson Agholor and Buck Allen did little more than positional drills, solidifying rather than boosting their stock. It was Combine snub George Foster who may have helped his stock most during the workout, in fact.
Week One of the 2015 Pro Day season produced some eye-popping results that could help some under-the-radar prospects hear their name called in the later rounds. Some higher profile prospects (like Nebraska's Randy Gregory) also solidified their stock with impressive performances in timed and positional drills.
Former University of Washington cornerback Marcus Peters appears to have every trait of a top-10 pick. His dismissal from the program Nov. 6 after multiple run-ins with the coaching staff will make his efforts at the 2015 scouting combine critical to his final draft status. In a frank conversation, Peters shares what happened and why the NFL should believe that he's a changed man.
This article is one of a 32-part series in which the goal is to identify one relatively unheralded player selected in the 2014 NFL Draft who appears to be an especially good schematic fit with his new NFL team.