1. *Patrick Peterson CB, LSU
2. *Nick Fairley DT, Auburn
3. *Da’Quan Bowers DE, Clemson Continue reading
I have the top 14 teams’ Offseason Team Overviews finished. You’ll be able to click on the teams’ names and see what draft picks they have, upcoming free agents, 2010 draft re-grades, and much more. Thanks for checking it out!
1. Carolina Panthers – *Nick Fairley DT, Auburn
As we start the NFL out of season, Fairley is the favorite among most draftniks to be the first pick. Fairley would fill a position of very big need for the Panthers at defensive tackle. They have a stable of young defensive ends and picking Fairley would take attention from blockers away from them, especially Charles Johnson who had 11.5 sacks in 2010. Continue reading →
Prospects that are in bold have scouting reports. I’m 25% the way through my NFL Offseason Series for each team. Each team gets their own offseason overview, 2010 draft review, re-grade, analysis, and is a great source of info on your team’s offseason. Click on the 2011 NFL Draft/Offseason tab above to see all of that and more! Continue reading →
This is a list of draft-eligible underclassmen who have declared for the 2011 NFL Draft. Prospects have a deadline of January 15th to declare themselves eligible for the draft and have until midnight on January 17th to rescind the decision and go back to school (if they haven’t already signed with an agent. Once you sign with an agent, you have to leave school). Once the deadline has passed there’s no going back. We could see a huge flow of underclassmen come out this year due to the possibility of a rookie wage scale in 2012 as part of a potential new Collective Bargaining Agreement. This post will be updated often to show the most recent declarations. Continue reading →
* denotes underclassmen who have declared for the draft. Players highlighted in bold have scouting reports. I’ll be updating the 2011 NFL Draft/Offseason page daily during the offseason. There are team previews, mock draft, value board, NFL Draft Dictionary, scouting reports, and more. Continue reading →
We are more than four months away from the draft, but for those of us who don’t have a team in the Conference Championship games (me included), we are looking forward to the draft, free agency, and the labor agreement dealings.
This year there will be a draft, even if there isn’t a labor deal in place. There were 55 juniors who declared and it’s going to be really interesting to see where players like Cash Newton and others are going to end up. The draft order is base on the real draft order, except for the last four slots where I have the Packers projected to lose to the Steelers in the Super Bowl. Players in bold and italics have scouting reports. Also, teams in bold and italics have finished team offseason overviews. So let’s get it started. Continue reading →
* denotes a junior prospect.
Bolded players have scouting reports. Continue reading →