In the latest issue of ESPN The Magazine, Mel Kiper offers several keys for viewers to watch during bowl games as they attempt to figure out why some guys are future pro stars and others will only shine at the college level.
Oakland's season has demonstrated that despite a lot of questions about their recent drafts, they've managed to add a lot of talent. But there are more factors involved, as Mel Kiper writes, and the future could be bright.
With the NFL draft just one week away, Mel Kiper predicts how each team could make picks not just in Round 1, but through the first four rounds. There's a lot more to the story than what a team can do on the first night of the draft.
With the draft just a week away, Mel goes through how each team could make picks not just in Round 1, but through the first four rounds. There's a lot more to the story than what a team can do on the first night of the draft.
Mel Kiper answers piles of mail on numerous topics. He discusses why Tim Tebow's bad performance might not kill his stock, why the Giants may consider an RB in Round 1, whether Rex Ryan should grab a CB and much more.
Mel Kiper examines the rise of Sean Canfield, Ndamukong Suh's stunning performance, how C.J. Spiller did his best Chris Johnson impersonation and where Jimmy Clausen and Jake Locker will end up when this is all said and done.
Ndamukong Suh is rounding into form as the top senior in the country, and now he's even adding the interception to his loaded defensive arsenal. Plus more stock notes on a Pittsburgh receiver, a Michigan defender and many more.
The top two Football Championship Subdivision pro prospects at the quarterback position -- Central Arkansas' Nathan Brown and Sam Houston State's Rhett Bomar -- dueled Saturday, with Brown coming out ahead 48-46.