Todd McShay's latest Nickel Package looks at the increasing importance of slot receivers in the NFL and five 2013 prospects who could thrive in that role.
Todd McShay's Nickel Package looks at the most intriguing developmental prospects in the NFL draft, including a big-name quarterback.
Todd McShay's Nickel Package looks at five prospects flying under the radar, including a running back who carries a heavy load and a trio of impressive linebackers
Todd McShay offers his stock report after Week 10 of the college football season, including two quarterbacks on the rise and a pair of Iowa players who gave subpar performances.
Quarterbacks Jake Locker and Andrew Luck lead Scouts Inc.'s top NFL prospects in the Pac-10.
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.
Scouts Inc. wraps up Senior Bowl week with a look at the top storylines and the players who helped and hurt themselves the most during the practice week.
Todd McShay names the 2009 All-Satellite team, featuring Clemson's C.J. Spiller and four other players who are dangerous in space.
Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay breaks down the best undersized running backs in this year's draft class, looks at this week's top individual matchups, and updates Scouts Inc.'s rankings of the top 32 NFL prospects.
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's latest Draft Buzz looks at the plethora of big-time individual matchups in Week 13 and spotlights a small-school standout.
Todd McShay offers his Week 12 stock report and says the Boston College defense is on the rise while the Kansas offense is sinking.
The night started off rough, but Andre' Woodson bounced back against LSU, while Arkansas' Darren McFadden never got started against Auburn, writes Todd McShay in his weekly stock report.
In evaluating college linebackers, there are seven categories in which scouts base their opinions, writes Todd McShay.
In evaluating college offensive linemen, there are six categories in which scouts base their opinions, writes Todd McShay.
In evaluating college wide receivers, there are eight categories in which scouts base their opinions, writes Todd McShay.