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Group of Five: Top Prospects for 2019 NFL Draft

The Group of Five conferences always seem to have their fair share of quality NFL Draft prospects. The 2019 draft will be no exceptions. Teams from the American Athletic Conference, Mid-American Conference, Conference USA, Sun Belt Conference, and the Mountain West Conference make up the Group of Five. Today we are going to look at the top 2019 NFL Draft prospect from each of the Group of Five conferences. We
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PAC-12 FOOTBALL: Top Prospects for 2019 NFL Draft

The Pac-12 has fallen behind the other Power-5 conferences in both wins and monetarily. They are still pumping out NFL prospects, however. The Pac-12 has especially been cranking out top quarterback prospects. 2019 should be no different with the top QB (potentially) residing in the conference. ARIZONA WILDCATS       KHALIL TATE, JR, QB Khalil Tate is a tremendous athlete at the QB position. In eleven games in 2017, Tate ran 1400
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Big 12 FOOTBALL: Top Prospects for 2019 NFL Draft

The Big 12 has failed to send the number of prospects to the NFL like its Power-5 brethren have. They did have the #1 overall pick a year ago with Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield. Today we are going to look at what the ten-member institutions of the Big 12 have to offer. BAYLOR BEARS  JALEN HURD, SR, WR/TE Jalen Hurd signed with Tennessee as a five-star running back. Injuries and
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ACC FOOTBALL: Top Prospects for 2019 NFL Draft

The ACC has consistently been one of the higher producers of talent into the NFL. This especially has been true since the conference added Florida State in the early nineties. Today we are going to look at who are the top prospects for each of their fourteen member schools available for the 2019 NFL Draft. BOSTON COLLEGE EAGLES TOMMY SWEENEY, SR, TE When watching BC a year ago, Tommy Sweeney
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SEC FOOTBALL: Top Prospects for 2019 NFL Draft

Year in and year out, the SEC produces more top prospects for the NFL Draft than any other conference. I expect the 2019 NFL Draft to be no different. This will be the first part of my 2019 NFL Draft Conference preview series. I will be looking at the top prospect for each school in every FBS conference heading into the 2018 college football season, starting today with the Southeastern
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Evaluating the Evaluator: How do I get better?

I am not a perfect NFL Draft talent evaluator. No one is. NFL teams get it wrong every year. It is an inexact science. The key to becoming a better evaluator is figuring out where you went wrong and learning from it. The 2018 NFL Draft was my worst year in the six-year that I have been running DeepFriedDraft.com. The Huddle Report scores hundreds of NFL Draft evaluators on Mock
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2018 NFL Draft: Did Ravens Make Right Choice Trading Up, Drafting Lamar Jackson?

ARLINGTON- The Baltimore Ravens traded with the Philadelphia Eagles to acquire the 32nd overall pick. The Ravens took Lamar Jackson with that pick. Jackson was compared to Michael Vick early on which is a very good comparison. There are a lot of issues that Jackson needs to work out in order to succeed in the NFL. The Ravens need to make sure Jackson works out because they gave the Eagles
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2018 NFL Draft: Miami Defensive Tackle Kendrick Norton

ARLINGTON- The Miami Hurricanes have two defensive tackles in the 2018 NFL Draft. RJ McIntosh and Kendrick Norton are mid to late projections with a lot of upside. Norton is the son of Oakland Raiders Defensive Coordinator Ken Norton The first thing that fans will notice is Norton's size.  He is a 6-3, 312 pound physical freak. Unlike McIntosh, Norton has the proper build for a defensive tackle much like
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Are the New England Patriots Considering Quarterback Mason Rudolph?

Oh, the fun is just starting. The NFL Draft is less than three weeks away and players are moving up and down team draft boards like a stock market catching fire at the right time. The most recent name to light up has been Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph, who is said to be on the radar of both the New England Patriots and the Buffalo Bills. Could either one