We are posting this a week later than we would of have liked but such is life. This is our intial Top 50 Big Board for Small School players. For the purposes of this board a small school player is any player that plays below the FBS level. In a few weeks we’ll expand this board to 100 and add some positional rankings that will be able to be found on our left menu. (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘NAIA’
Thursday, September 6th, 2012
Monday, March 26th, 2012
Early last week a fellow scout, and my friend, Eric Galko (of Optimum Scouting) and I decided to do our own little twitter 1st round mock draft using only small school players. For the purposes of this mock that meant any player who played this year in the FCS, Division II, Division III, or the NAIA. We did not include international prospects like Akiem Hicks from Canada. Below are the results of our little mock draft and some thoughts on each pick. (more…)
Wednesday, January 18th, 2012
What if I told you that there is a TE prospect in this draft that has caught over 170 passes, and those passes have gone for over 2,000 yards and have led to 28 TD’s. What if I then told you that this TE was 6’5, 241 lbs and runs in the 4.5 – 4.6 range. Think you know who he is yet…?
Monday, December 12th, 2011
Today officially marks the start of the Draft Season on every NFL Draft Analysts calendar. Right now scouts all over the country are continuing to review tapes, beginning to assemble boards, and getting ready to not sleep for about 5 months straight. One of the greatest parts about the kick-off the draft season is the both the bowl games that we will all enjoy and the all-star games that all fit neatly into one jam packed schedule.
Wednesday, October 5th, 2011
Earlier this year Beyond Sports Network (BSN) announced their intention to put on the BSN Collegiate Showcase. This showcase will be an all-star style event that will involve the best players from around the country at the FCS, DII, DIII, and NAIA levels. In recent years we have seen the interest in small school football rise by leaps and bounds.