You can bet current USC players, future recruits and their families monitored and evaluated the draft soap opera of Matt Barkley, who in retrospect probably should have left after his junior season.
AJ McCarron chose to stay in school rather than jump to the NFL. Then he watched as three QBs who one year before him made the same decision took a tumble on draft day.
Predicting where Florida's draft-eligible players will be selected on what should be a banner NFL draft for the Gators.
Nick Saban hopes to get a clear view of his Crimson Tide and how they replace another crop of high NFL draft picks. Saturday's spring game is a good place to start.
Players win championships, and the NFL draft results of recent BCS champions reflects that. So Texas fans need concern themselves with only one thing: Do the Horns have the players to win?
Florida has 19 players eligible for the NFL draft. Five of those players have a legitimate shot of leaving. Here's a look at those Gators.
Michigan was set to pass on future All-American center Steve Everitt because he didn't fit their recruiting criteria for offensive linemen.
The Seminoles have seven impact players who could opt to leave early for the NFL. Who will stay and who will go? David Hale examines the prospects for each.
Former Oklahoma receiver Ryan Broyles tells ESPN.com about his NFL draft day experience after he was selected in the second round by the Detroit Lions.
Sean Adams takes a look around Texas football and the college football world.
Only two Florida players were selected in last weekend's NFL draft, the fewest since 2008. The 2013 draft, however, will be a different story. The Gators could have as many as 11 players drafted.
While 10 Trojans were selected in the 2008 draft, walk-on receiver Brad Walker saw his career, which was highlighted by being the intended receiver on Reggie Bush's ill-fated lateral against Texas, end.
Michigan defensive tackle Mike Martin is cherishing his final moments in Ann Arbor before moving on to his dream of being an NFL player.
Former Oklahoma receiver Ryan Broyles tells ESPN.com how he's feeling and whether he's prepared as the NFL draft approaches and his life changes forever.
Many factors have shown why Texas went 13-12 over the last two years, but the most telling might be its NFL draft numbers.
Former UGA tight end Orson Charles has taken stock of where tight ends are typically selected in the NFL draft. He is determined to stay patient and work hard. And, he says, 'I just want a job.'