Todd McShay's Nickel Package examines possible Day 2 steals in the 2012 NFL draft, including a pair of linebackers and an underrated running back.
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.
Todd McShay breaks down the top prospects in the 2011 East-West Shrine Game as well as the quarterbacks under the spotlight and the Shrine prospects with something to prove.
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.
An impressive group of ACC pro prospects is led by North Carolina DE Robert Quinn, writes Todd McShay.
Senior Bowl week was a chance for players to help or hurt their draft stock. Scouts Inc. goes position by position and ranks the offensive players who were in Mobile.
Matt Grothe is looking like a Doug Flutie clone, while the Virginia Tech offensive line had their troubles with LSU, 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.
From Miami to Arizona, Todd McShay breaks down the top secondaries of 2006.
Paul Posluszny ranks at the top of an imposing group of linebackers returning in 2006, writes Todd McShay.
These players missed parts or all of last season, but they're poised for big comebacks.
From the marquee QBs to every other position, there are certain players who just have to produce this year.
In a year loaded with great linebacker corps, Ohio State and Iowa are among the best.
Devin Hester is the main reason the Hurricanes have the best special teams in the nation.
Looking for the best defensive line in the county? Start your search with NC State and Tennessee.
Coordinators with the potential to become head coaches emerge every year. Watch these five.