NFL scouts were the ones given treats on this Halloween Eve as exciting prospects from Florida State (including Winston and cornerback P.J. Williams) and Louisville (Parker and several others) each demonstrated exciting next-level talent.
A native of the Dominican Republic, Matias discusses where he needs to improve before he gets to the NFL, how Florida State matches up with Louisville and what it's like to be in the huddle with Jameis Winston
With the success of other Big Ten running backs like Tevin Coleman, Ameer Abdullah and Melvin Gordon, Michigan State's Jeremy Langford has been overlooked, but he continues to produce and has surpassed the century mark rushing in 12 straight Big Ten contests
Perhaps not surprisingly, the SEC leads the way with 11 of the projected 32 first round selections hailing from the power conference. The Pac-12 is well represented too. Maybe most interesting is how the 2015 draft is shaping up to be the best draft for the Big Ten in years.
Famous Jameis in the Big Apple? Winston would be an upgrade at the position for the Jets and give the organization a quarterback who has shown he can block out the off-field noise and thrive on the field
Scouts willing to stay up late were treated to one of the day's top one-on-one showdowns with Arizona State wideout Jaelen Strong getting the best of Washington cornerback Marcus Peters. The matchup between two likely future first-rounders was exciting, but so too was the versatility shown by two other highly regarded Huskies.