Draft Rewind 2014 – CJ Mosley – Baltimore Ravens

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about CJ MOSLEY: Alabama, 6020 234 4.67. Three-year starter. A playmaking tackling machine. Quick hands, quick feet, pass rush quickness, fluidness with good flexibility, acceleration, balance, the ability to redirect, and top level instincts. After all that, the best thing he may do is excel in pass coverage. Good route awareness. Plays square. Works through traffic instinctively. Wrap tackles. Is disruptive as a blitzer and is an impact ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2014 – Jake Matthews – Atlanta Falcons

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about JAKE MATTHEWS: Texas A&M, 6054 308 5.05. Four-year starter who played right tackle in 2012. The second pick in the 2013 draft, Luke Joeckel, played on the left side. Moved to left tackle this past fall. Matthews is the middle son of Hall-of-Famer Bruce Matthews. A knee bender who plays with attitude and effort. Competed for an up-tempo offensive team. Good athletic ability and is consistently effective as a run blocker and pass ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2014 – Deone Bucannon – Arizona Cardinals

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about DEONE BUCANNON: Washington State, 6010 211 4.48. Four-year starter who led the Pac-12 in tackles with 109. His total of 114 tackles was 8th best in the country. He is the biggest, fastest, most productive, durable, explosive, and athletic safety in this draft. He has experience at both free and strong safety. Has been elected team captain three times. A physical run through tackler who plays the ball well down the field and has good ... Read more >>
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NFC North – 2014 NFL Draft

Here is a quick overview of the each team’s draft within the NFC North with a focus on what they really tried to do with this class. Also noted is their best value pick and top undrafted free agent signing. Value is based on where they were selected and where I had them graded. MINNESOTA VIKINGS 1 (9) – Anthony Barr – LB / UCLA 2 (32) – Teddy Bridgewater – QB / Louisville 3 (72) – Scott ... Read more >>
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NFC East – 2014 NFL Draft

Let's review each team’s draft within the NFC East with a focus on what they really tried to do with this class. Also noted is their best value pick and top undrafted free agent signing. Value is based on where they were selected and where I had them graded. WASHINGTON REDSKINS 2 (47) – Trent Murphy – OLB/Stanford 3 (66) – Morgan Moses – OT/Virginia 3 (78) – Spencer Long ... Read more >>
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AFC West – 2014 NFL Draft

by Dave Syvertsen, Ourlads' Draft Analyst Below is a quick overview of the each team’s draft in the AFC West with a focus on what they really tried to do with this class.  Also noted is their best value pick and top undrafted free agent signing.  Value is based on where they were selected and where I had them graded. OAKLAND RAIDERS 1 (5) – Khalil Mack – LB/Buffalo 2 (36) – Derek Carr – QB/Fresno State 3 (81) – Gabe Jackson – G/Mississippi ... Read more >>
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AFC South – 2014 NFL Draft

by Dave Syvertsen, Ourlads' Draft Analyst Below is a quick overview of the each team’s draft in the AFC South with a focus on what they really tried to do with this class.  Also noted is their best value pick and top undrafted free agent signing.  Value is based on where they were selected and where I had them graded.   HOUSTON TEXANS 1 (1) – JaDeveon Clowney – DE/South Carolina 2 (33) – Xavier Su’a-Filo – G/UCLA 3 (65) – CJ Fiedorowicz ... Read more >>
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AFC North – 2014 NFL Draft

by Dave Syvertsen, Ourlads' Draft Analyst Below is a quick overview of the each team’s draft in the AFC North with a focus on what they really tried to do with this class.  Also noted is their best value pick and top undrafted free agent signing.  Value is based on where they were selected and where I had them graded. CLEVELAND BROWNS 1 (8) - Justin Gilbert – CB / Oklahoma State 1 (22) – Johnny Manziel – QB / Texas A&M 2 (35) – Joel Bitonio ... Read more >>
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AFC East – 2014 NFL Draft

Here is a quick overview of each team’s draft in the AFC East with a focus on what they really tried to do with this class. Also noted is their best value pick and top undrafted free agent signing. Value is based on where they were selected and where I had them graded. ... Read more >>
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Proof of the Deepest Draft: Undrafted Free Agent Steals

by Nolan Kuzmick, Ourlads' Draft Analyst These players all could have been drafted and will provide value to their new teams. If you’re wondering if your team has found the next Vontaze Burfict or Doug Baldwin, look here… the guys below have the best shot at turning their shot into solid production in the NFL.   Arizona Cardinals: Anthony Steen OG | Alabama Atlanta Falcons: Donte Rumph DT | Kentucky Baltimore Ravens: Parker Graham OT/OG | Oklahoma State Chicago ... Read more >>
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