NFL scouts can only hope that the player rosters for the 2016 NFLPA Collegiate All-Star Bowl contain as much star power as the coaching staffs, which includes former standouts Steve Hutchinson, Darrell Green and Priest Holmes, among others.
The Gamecocks do-everything athlete has already made up his mind to skip his senior season at South Carolina and enter the 2016 NFL Draft
This hasn't been a banner year for quarterbacks in college football, especially in the SEC. But a quarterback who has really impressed recently is Arkansas' Brandon Allen, who has gone from draft afterthought to possible draft pick.
Through week 11 of the NFL season, the San Diego Chargers own the No. 1 pick for the 2016 NFL Draft with only two wins and the lowest strength of schedule.
Two years removed from the playoffs, the Chargers are currently slated to pick No. 1 overall, which fits their need for a franchise left tackle to protect Phillip Rivers
After Ohio State's loss to Michigan State on Saturday, junior running back Ezekiel Elliott didn't hold back with his criticism of the game plan by his coaches. Will his comments hurt his NFL Draft projection? I checked in with three NFL scouts for their opinions.
Shortly after Ohio State's stunning 17-14 loss to Michigan State, quarterback Cardale Jones and running back Ezekiel Elliott indicated that they'll be leaving the Buckeyes early for the 2016 NFL Draft.
Because it looked more like a track meet than a college football game for much of the night, the buzz will center around quarterbacks and receivers but for NFL scouts evaluating Baylor's 45-35 win over Oklahoma State, the brightest stars were clearly defensive linemen Andrew Billings and Emmanuel Ogbah.
Offensive linemen rarely get much credit but Spartans' left tackle Jack Conklin and center Jack Allen deserve plenty of attention for MSU rushing for 203 yards to upset defending national champion Ohio State in Columbus.
Question the level of competition all you'd like, but savvy scouts won't ignore the NFL-caliber athleticism and size demonstrated by Pirates' pass-catchers Isaiah Jones and Bryce Williams, who combined for 20 catches for 211 yards and two scores Thursday night against the Knights.

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