Todd McShay breaks the top prospects in the 2013 NFL draft class into tiers based on talent level.
Todd McShay breaks the top prospects in the 2012 NFL draft class into tiers based on talent level.
Todd McShay breaks the top 100 prospects in the 2012 NFL draft class into tiers based on talent level.
Todd McShay and Scouts Inc. break down the top NFL prospects in the Big 12, including a trio of defensive backs from Texas.
Scouts Inc. wraps up the 2010 NFL combine with a look at players who solidified their standing (Ndamukong Suh), those who face questions (Joe Haden) and those who must be studied further (Bruce Campbell).
Todd McShay offers his Week 14 stock report and says Oregon RB Jeremiah Johnson is rising while Missouri QB Chase Daniel is falling.
Todd McShay offers his Week 12 stock report and says the Boston College defense is on the rise while the Kansas offense is sinking.
Kickoffs and kickoff returns are more important and are changing more games than ever, and Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay breaks down the best in both areas.
The term "spread offense" can mean many different things based on the team and quarterback running the system, writes Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay.
All of Chase Daniel's skills were on full display vs. Kansas, while LSU's overrated defense was exposed by Arkansas. Todd McShay has more in Week 13's Stock report.
Darren McFadden jumped back into the Heisman race with his record-tying performance, and Matt Ryan might have fallen out, writes Todd McShay in his weekly stock report.
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.
In evaluating college defensive backs, there are six categories in which scouts base their opinions, writes Todd McShay.
Which teams are capable of following Wake Forest's example and rising from nowhere to reach a bowl game? Todd McShay has the answers.
New stars emerge each season in college football. Take a look at the group ready to explode onto the scene in 2005.
Omar Jenkins, Tyler Palko, Ted Ginn Jr. and Devin Hester highlight our list of budding college stars.