Todd McShay's updated ranking of the top 32 prospects for the 2012 draft includes a number of D-linemen and three QBs.
Todd McShay's weekly Nickel Package examines five prospect matchups to watch in Week 2 of the NFL season, including a scouting extravaganza in the SEC.
Todd McShay's initial 2011 first-round projection features a quarterback at No. 1 overall, but defensive prospects dominate the top of the board.
Todd McShay offers his stock report after Week 9 of the college football season, including a pair of running backs on the rise and ups and downs for plenty of quarterbacks.
Todd McShay offers up his stock report after Week 4 of the college football season, including good news for a pair of big-name wideouts and problems for a pair of offensive line units.
Michigan's Denard Robinson raised his stock after a big Week 1 but some big-name QBs saw their stock slip, Todd McShay writes in his Week 1 stock report.
Todd McShay examines the top college tight ends in the nation, those who are poised to become the next wave of NFL playmakers at the position.
Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay looks at the film and reveals why the shift in traditional tight end roles has not diminished the college talent base at the position.
Florida QB Tim Tebow and Arkansas RB Darren McFadden highlight Todd McShay's third annual All-Film Team offense.
Andre' Woodson won the latest battle with Brian Brohm, while Marlon Lucky struggled with the fast USC defense, writes Todd McShay in his weekly stock report.
Quarterbacks like LSU's Matt Flynn are going to be the players under the most pressure to perform this upcoming season, writes Todd McShay.
Which college players can break opponents' ankles and change the course of a game in an instant? Todd McShay looks at college football's game-breakers.
Coaching turnover happens at the end of every season and there are plenty of candidates to fill any vacancies, 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.
New stars emerge each season in college football. Take a look at the group ready to explode onto the scene in 2005.