Draft Rewind 2012: Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said leading up to the 2012 NFL Draft about ANDREW LUCK: Stanford, 6040, 234, 4.67. Junior entry. Three-year starter. A big right-handed passer who can win the game in the pocket but is mobile and athletic enough to avoid and escape a rush. Processes information quickly. Understands pass protection. Luck is a top quality individual on and off the field. He is a leader who can step up and take charge of his teammates. On the field he is given ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2014: Alfred Blue, Houston Texans

What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ALFRED BLUE leading up to the 2014 NFL Draft: LSU, 6023, 223, 4.63. Played in 40 games with seven starts in four years. Played in a three-back rotation including Jeremy Hill this past year. Carried the load in the first game of 2013 versus TCU when Hill was suspended. He rushed for 89 yards on 19 carries. A big downhill I-formation back who runs with power and strength. Hits the hole hard and drives his legs. A developing prospect ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2014: Richard Rodgers, Green Bay Packers

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about RICHARD RODGERS leading up to the 2014 NFL Draft: California, 6040, 257, 4.87. Started 11 games over his career and played in 35 out of 37 games. Was a tight end in the new Cal “Bear Raid” offense where his role was limited because of the four wide receiver sets. He transitioned to a slot pass catcher but was most effective on the line of scrimmage. Body caught the ball in traffic and demonstrated good ball security. Can ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2014: Travis Swanson, Detroit Lions

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said leading up to the 2014 NFL Draft about TRAVIS SWANSON: Arkansas, 6050, 312, 5.28. Four-year starter and a two-year captain. A good effort player. Works to finish and stay after his block. New coach Bret Bielema brought a more physical and aggressive attitude to the Razorbacks and Swanson drank the Kool-Aid. Sticks his man with good head position. Quick laterally to lock out with his long arms and big hands. Steers and turns his target. ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2014: Cody Latimer, Denver Broncos

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said leading up to the 2014 NFL Draft about CODY LATIMER: Indiana, 6024, 215, 4.41. Junior entry. Two-year starter. Is a big physical receiver who is a match-up problem for smaller defensive backs. Was the feature receiver in a pitch and catch, high tempo offense. Caught 8 passes for 136 yards and a touchdown versus Missouri. Against Illinois the former basketball player snared 11 catches for 189 yards and three touchdowns. Has big play ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2014: Anthony Hitchens, Dallas Cowboys

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said leading up to the 2014 NFL Draft about ANTHONY HITCHENS: Iowa, 6003, 240, 4.72. Three-year starter. Led the Hawkeyes three straight years in tackles. A productive linebacker with good read and react quickness and instincts. A sideline to sideline player who doesn’t give up on a play. Keeps leverage on the ball. Aggressive in the run game. Breaks up quickly on the ball in front of him. Productive on special teams’ coverage. Needs ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2014: Joel Bitonio, Cleveland Browns

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said leading up to the 2014 NFL Draft about JOEL BITONIO: Nevada, 6042 302 4.95. Three-year starter. Plays left tackle but projects inside to guard. A highly competitive athlete who fought the decorated Florida State ends to a standstill. Good lateral quickness with the ability to redirect. A physical player who shocks the rusher with his punch. Seals the inside gap from penetration. Uses his hands well. Plays with a good base and knee ... Read more >>
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Draft Rewind 2014: Jeremy Hill, Cincinnati Bengals

What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said about JEREMY HILL leading up to the 2014 NFL Draft: LSU, 6005, 233, 4.66. Junior entry. Two-year starter. A powerful downhill slasher on inside zone runs. A North-South runner from the I-formation that is not easy to tackle. Good balance and open field vision. A strong back who can break tackles with strength and leg drive. Gets yards after first contact. Very athletic for a man his size. Plays in a 3-back rotation where he is always ... Read more >>
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1/2 Bowl Games – Prospects to Watch

by Dave Syvertsen, Ourlads' Draft Analyst PENN STATE *#14 QB Christian Hackenburg - 6'2/228 Fourth year junior. Has always been a high ceiling kid but he's been as inconsistent as it gets. Has had a rough situation with the poor OL. Would love to see him go back to school, he needs more time. If he comes out maybe a day 2 pick but I don't see it. Too many negatives. *99 DT Austin Johnson - 6'3/323 Hasn't declared yet. Solid space eater inside with the quicks and ... Read more >>
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12/31 Bowl Games – Prospects to Watch

by Dave Syvertsen, Ourlads' Draft Analyst HOUSTON   #3 CB William Jackson – 6’2/195   Fourth year senior, started off at a Community College for a year. He started showing signs of being a lockdown corner towards the end of 2014. Kind of a late bloomer, took him awhile to improve his body awareness and coordination. Still has a lot of room for growth. He can turn and run with anyone. Long strider with long arms, that’s nice to have against deep passing games. ... Read more >>
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