Randy Gregory

Why Randy Gregory has very high bust potential

“When the legend becomes fact, print the legend.” is a quote from one of my favorite Westerns of all time Who Shot Liberty Valance. In this draft business myths are a plenty and especially for prospects who fail. Draft analysts like to lean on character as an excuse for why they miss on prospects when…

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Alex Carter Metric Profile

2015 NFL Draft Metrical Profile Name: Alex Carter Position: CB                         College: Stanford Height/Weight:   6-0, 196                 Age on Draft Day: 20.54 Age Metrics Age Percentile: Top 1 Hit Top 35 Percentile Threshold: Yes Production Metrics Market Share Solo Tackle Percentile: Top 38 Market Share PD Percentile: Top 21 Hit Top 31 Percentile Solo Tackle…

Jake Fisher

2015 NFL Draft: Offensive Linemen by the metrics part 1

The 2015 NFL draft will offer a wide variety of quality offensive line specimens, but is this a deep class of tackles or guards? Whether linemen should move to tackle or guard is always a fierce debate that usually devolves into hand size, arm length, gifs and all that jazz. However, the metrics usually speak…

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The Case for Market Share Production Metrics

There are numerous members of the NFL draft community that take data and athletic metrics seriously. Analysts like Jon Moore at Rotoviz, Justin Higdon, Justis Mosqueda and many others have done invaluable work into the study of athletic metrics and other variables to consider in evaluation. Including production market share like Jon Moore’s Dominator rating…

How well did Vic Beasley really test?

2015 “Edge” Combine Performances Part 1: How well did Vic Beasley really test?

The 2015 NFL draft “Edge” has gotten rave reviews from the media and draft twitters for months. And the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine gave more ammunition for that argument. The big winner of the day perception wise was Vic Beasley, but how well did he really test? Let’s find out as we examine Beasley and…