Draft Rewind 2011: Nate Solder, New England Patriots

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about NATE SOLDER: Colorado, 6082, 319, 4.96. Three-year starter. Moved from tight end to tackle the spring of 2008. A good athlete who can lock out and shock a defender in pass protection. Has a 32-inch vertical jump. Has quickness and functional strength. Easy light feet to slide laterally and adjust his block to a speed rusher. He can block the edge. Dominated Texas A&M pass rusher, Von Miller, in their head to head match up. ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2007: Adrian Peterson, Minnesota Vikings

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said before ADRIAN PETERSON made the Minnesota Vikings' depth chart: Oklahoma, 6014, 217, 4.42. Junior entry, three-year starter. Powerful, strong, quick, and fast. Productive over career. Good quickness, agility, and balance for position. Classic downhill runner. Gets yards after initial contact. Hits zone stretch play hard and fast. Can make the long breakaway runs. Sudden initial quickness out of backfield. Lines up 8 yards deep. Runs ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2015: DeVante Parker, Miami Dolphins

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about DEVANTE PARKER: Louisville, 6025, 209, 4.42. Three-year starter from Louisville, KY. He is a good enough athlete that Kentucky’s basketball coach John Calipari offered to let DeVante play basketball for the Wildcats while on football scholarship if he enrolled at Kentucky. Catches the ball at the highest point. Good playing quickness and speed. Rarely knocked off a route versus press coverage. Demonstrated an accelerated burst ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2010: Rodger Saffold, Los Angeles Rams

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about RODGER SAFFOLD: Indiana, 6044, 312, 5.22. Three-and-a-half year starter. Nickname should be Baskin Robbins because he can satisfy so many tastes. Can play one of four positions of either guard or tackle. Plays with a good base as a run blocker and pass protector. Shuffles his feet and mirrors edge pass rushers. Quick to redirect. Strong week of practice for the East-West Shrine game. The most dominant offensive lineman on either ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2013: Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about TRAVIS KELCE: Cincinnati, 6047, 255, 4.65. One-year starter. A people mover as a blocker. Led the Bearcats in receptions with 45, averaging 16 yards per catch. Brother Jason is the starting center for the Philadelphia Eagles. Plays in the slot or the end of the line of scrimmage. Moves well with good balance. Aggressive blocker who flashes explosiveness. Good feet and base. Snatches the ball in his reliable hands. Has the speed ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2010: Tyson Alualu, Jacksonville Jaguars

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about TYSON ALUALU: California, 6022, 291, 4.96. Three-year starter. Power player with a thick lower body. A top effort, every down disruptive player that will punch and spin. Plays with explosiveness and leverage. Naturally strong. Shorter than ideal to play a 5-technique end in a 3-4 scheme. May be a one gap under tackle. Good body control. Stays on his feet. Keeps his balance. Uses a quick arm over move. Reads the play quickly. Good ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2012: TY Hilton, Indianapolis Colts

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about TY HILTON: Florida International, 5095, 183, 4.48. Three-year starter. Small, sudden, and explosive. Slender build. Quick in and out of his breaks. Uses double moves and has good stop and go quickness. Adjusts well to the ball. Will lay out for an off target pass. A slippery darter who is hard to tackle in space. Plays slot in a spread offensive scheme. Runs the fly sweep and can make the first tackler miss with his quickness. ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2011: JJ Watt, Houston Texans

What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about JJ WATT: Wisconsin, 6053, 290, 4.84. Junior entry. Started every game for the Badgers for 2 years after transferring from Central Michigan where he played tight end. Plays the game with great passion and emotion. Quick first step to penetrate or contain rush. Can set the edge and keep his outside arm free to make a play. Good bend and flexibility. A relentless competitor who is the total package of quickness, agility, and strength. ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2008: Jordy Nelson, Green Bay Packers

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about JORDY NELSON: Kansas State, 6025, 217, 4.55. Three-year starter. Productive. Soft suction cup type hands. Will reach and extend for the ball. Competitive receiver that will catch the ball in between the hash marks. Quick double moves and creates space. Good concentration and body control to make the tough catch. Focus in the crowd. Gets open. Big slot type receiver that can create a mismatch. Runs strong after catch. Always ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2009: Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about MATTHEW STAFFORD: Georgia, 6022, 225, 4.84. Junior entry. Three-year starter. Right handed. Plays in a pro style offense that is built around the play action game. Takes snap from under center and in shotgun. Streaky passer that is physically gifted. Runs both the huddle and no huddle offense. Excellent arm strength. Inconsistencies seem to appear when he is not in a rhythm. Will force the ball, throw into coverage, and make bad ... Read more >>
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