Any debate demanding the answer to who the best Offensive Tackle in College Football is is all over: it’s Ronnie Stanley, period. Stanley is the most accomplished AND talented Offensive Lineman in college … Continue reading
Round 1 of the 2015 NFL Draft is in the books. And although the trade rumor-induced hysteria ended up being all for nothing, all 32 teams walked away with talented … Continue reading
Without question, Marcus Matiota is the most polarizing prospect in the 2015 NFL Draft. Questions regarding how his effectiveness within Oregon’s scheme will translate to an NFL offense run rampant. … Continue reading
When it comes to scouting NFL Draft prospects (whether that be from the confines of an NFL personnel office or the confines of my collegiate dorm), being thorough in all … Continue reading
By Sal Conti Senior Writer for Dynasty Football Warehouse It’s known that there’s no such thing as a “sure thing” in life, especially when debating, discussing and predicting the … Continue reading
In Episode Two of #TrenchTalk2015, Derrik Klassen and I discuss the top talents at Offensive Guard in the 2015 NFL Draft.
Derrik Klassen (@QBKlass on Twitter) and I (@SC2_DFW) give our thoughts on some of the top Offensive Tackle talent in the 2015 NFL Draft.
Written by: Sal Conti High School Talent evaluators (at all levels) have considered Armstead a raw, super-athletic, and a promising player in the trenches since he was 17, and not … Continue reading
Ah, yes. The debate that was had all off-season long In the upcoming crop of Quarterbacks set to toss their names into the eligibility pool for the 2015 NFL Draft, … Continue reading
Written by: Sal Conti (@SalConti ) First impressions are lasting, and interest from analysts and football minds have peaked nationally ever since high school for Nick Chubb. Thanks to an … Continue reading
By Sal Conti (@SalConti) Senior Writer for Dynasty Football Warehouse Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota… *pause* *longer pause* …and then there’s the former UCLA Bruin, Brett Hundley. Yes, he’s certainly not in the “elite” … Continue reading