KC Joyner evaluates Rutgers OL Anthony Davis' NFL Draft prospects. While Davis' domination of George Selvie this season was excellent, the overall product is quite inconsistent -- especially footwork in second-level blocking.
KC Joyner has been doing his Draft Lab series on ESPN Insider for months. He finally evaluates the pro stock of 2010's ultimate wild card: now-legendary Florida Gators QB Tim Tebow. First round ... or fifth? Check it out.
KC Joyner turns his scouting eye and metrics to Nebraska DT Ndamukong Suh, considered by many to be the No. 1 pick in the 2010 NFL Draft. Mr. Joyner agrees with the masses -- although Suh does have one weakness in the pass rush.
KC Joyner turns his scouting eye (and tape deck) to Crimson Tide LB Rolando McClain. He finds what many have found: off-the-charts physical gifts. However, there are two key concerns that could hinder McClain at the next level.
KC Joyner applies his metrics and scout's eye to Sooners DT Gerald McCoy; what he finds is almost overwhelmingly positive, especially on key NFL fronts like impact, variety of moves and endurance. There is one weakness to consider, though.
KC Joyner turns his Draft Lab spotlight on UNC DT Marvin Austin. In four key areas of evaluating defensive linemen, Austin excels and should be considered NFL-ready. There are concerns, however, about his big-play and point of attack potential.
KC Joyner uses his Draft Lab series to evaluate Penn State LB Navorro Bowman. Going off video analysis of three Big Ten games and his own metrics, Joyner finds that while Bowman has one surefire NFL skill, he needs some work in other areas.
KC Joyner analyzes the draft stock of Troy DE Brandon Lang. Troy has produced great pro DEs recently -- DeMarcus Ware, Osi Umenyiora -- and Lang has talent to do the same, but must work on pass-rush variance and beating OLs at the point of attack.
KC Joyner evaluates USF DE George Selvie, who finally faced top-caliber competition against FSU. He did very well in the Bulls' upset of the Seminoles -- but there's one element of his game that's not pro-ready.