Todd Gurley and Amari Cooper are climbing Todd McShay's draft board after strong starts to the season. Here is the latest ranking of the Top 32 prospects for the 2015 NFL draft.
Oregon QB Marcus Mariota is Todd McShay's No. 1 NFL draft prospect heading into the 2014 college football season. How does the rest of his debut Top 32 stack up?
Todd McShay breaks down how the Clemson Tigers can try to contain the Ohio State Buckeyes' explosive Braxton Miller in the Orange Bowl.
Todd McShay ranks the 10 most valuable players in college football for the 2013 season.
Todd McShay ranks the 10 most difficult players in the country to game plan and execute against, led by Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel.
Todd McShay ranks the 10 most valuable players in college football through the first five weeks of the season.
Todd McShay ranks the 10 most difficult individual matchups in college football.
On the week in which the Heisman Trophy is awarded to college football's "most outstanding player," Todd McShay provides his ranking of the 10 most valuable players in the nation for the 2012 season.
Todd McShay ranks the top 10 most valuable players in college football.
In his Week 12 stock report, Todd McShay writes about the impressive performances of Matt Barkley and Robert Griffin III.
In his Week 9 stock report, Todd McShay writes about the impressive performance by Andrew Luck, as well as disappointing performances by the Clemson defense and Kirk Cousins.
In his Week 5 stock report, Todd McShay writes about wide receivers who stepped up around the country as well as a pair of SEC quarterbacks who took a step backward this week.
In the Week 3 college football stock report, Todd McShay praises South Carolina RB Marucs Lattimore, while the Tennessee offensive line and Danny O'Brien don't get high marks.
In the Week 2 college football stock report, Todd McShay looks at a Gamecocks defensive end who did it all Saturday, a pair of Alabama running backs who showed well, and a Texas QB whose job may be in jeopardy. Plus other notes.
Todd McShay's initial 2011 first-round projection features a quarterback at No. 1 overall, but defensive prospects dominate the top of the board.
Scout Inc.'s Todd McShay goes inside the film room to break down how Ohio State managed to stop the Oregon offense and whether Stanford can copy that blueprint this week in Eugene.