Todd McShay looks at five-year averages of QBs in the draft in comparison to the 2013 draft class.
Todd McShay's latest draft projection covers the first two rounds, including some quarterback intrigue and a handful of players breaking into Round 1.
Todd McShay's latest mock draft breaks down the possible scenarios for all 32 picks in the first round of the 2012 NFL draft.
Todd McShay offers up his initial first-round projection for the 2012 NFL draft, which includes three quarterbacks in the top 10 and a slew of early-entry players up and down the board.
In his Week 6 stock report, Todd McShay writes about the impressive performances of Landry Jones and Connor Shaw, as well as the disappointing games for a pair of Florida State QBs.
Todd McShay breaks down the top prospects in the Senior Bowl, highlighted by Washington's Jake Locker aiming to prove he's the best QB in this year's class.
Todd McShay offers up his stock report after Week 2 of the college football season and notes that quarterbacks are rising and falling all over the country.
Scouts Inc. wraps up Senior Bowl week with a look at the top storylines and the players who helped and hurt themselves the most during the practice week.
Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay breaks down the film and points out that Miami quarterback Jacory Harris must take care of the football better.
Todd McShay's latest Draft Buzz looks at the top five draft-eligible pass-rushers in college football and updates Scouts Inc.'s rankings of the top 32 overall prospects.
This week's stock report is filled with offensive players who helped or hurt their team's chances in Week 2, writes Todd McShay.
Todd McShay takes a look at 16 players who need to perform in 2006 for their teams to meet or exceed expectations.
Paul Posluszny ranks at the top of an imposing group of linebackers returning in 2006, writes Todd McShay.
With Adrian Peterson, Michael Bush and Marshawn Lynch among the returning players in 2006, the running back position is loaded, writes Todd McShay.
Vince Young and Matt Leinart won't be back in 2006, but Todd McShay writes that there are plenty of other quarterbacks ready to shine.