Scouting

Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by Vinny, May 24, 2004.

  1. Vinny

    Vinny shiny happy fan Staff Member

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    A very nice article by Gil Brandt. He lists the teams that use BLESTO and National Football Scouting. He also explains "Junior Day" for the NFL.

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/7337841

     
  2. BuffSoldier

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    Yeah I read that. Ill try to keep track of those guys over the season. See whose stock rises and falls and then evaluate who we should pick.
     
  3. LiveForTheGame

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    Seems like it's pretty stocked up with defensive players and some o-line.
     
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    could Dan Cody play ROLB
     
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    why? sean taylor isnt available this year, you have no one left
     
  6. texasguy346

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    Anyone else like what they've seen of Charles Johnson WR for Georgia Tech? I think he's a sophmore this season, and he wouldn't be draft elligible, but I think he'll end up as a very good NFL WR. Reminds me a little of Andre Johnson, but just not as physical yet. What is it with WRs named Johnson?
     
  7. beerlover

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    Thanks for the ammunition Vinny :excited:

    Some of us really enjoy the process, not sure why :rolleyes: but its fun & informative. Plus the average fan can only see a fraction of College games so that we have to rely on scouting reports to support our viewpoints.
     

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