NFL Draft

Cody Carpentier’s 2023 NFL Draft: Super 60 Prospects

by Cody Carpentier, September 5, 2022

Did you think NFL Draft Season was over? It’s not, today is Labor Day and there is no better time to expand on the “Intro to the 2023 Class” series than to move into my Super 60 Prospects entering the 2022 College Football Season.


Devy Diamonds: Raheim Sanders

by Britt Sanders, September 3, 2022

Raheim Sanders came into Arkansas as a 4-star prospect who stood 6-2 and weighed 220. Size is always a must when it comes to analyzing Devy running backs. I am sure most fans get tired of reading it and I get tired of saying it but the same mistakes continue to manifest every season. Luckily, Sanders (who has the nickname Rocket) already has the requisite alpha size.


Intro to the 2023 NFL Draft Class: Tight End

by Cody Carpentier, August 22, 2022

The most interesting prospect in the 2023 NFL Draft Class, Arik Gilbert received the no.1 rating by a TE recruit of all time per 247 sports. Gilbert started his college career at LSU in 2020 at less than 245 lbs, where he finished with 35 receptions for 368 yards and 2 touchdowns. After the turmoil and off-field issues, Gilbert left the program and was away from football in 2021. During the 2021 season, Georgia won a National Championship and found a unit at Tight End in freshman Brock Bowers who compiled almost 900 yards. Entering the 2022 College Football season, the duo of Arik Gilbert and Brock Bowers looks to be the best since Noah Fant and T.J. Hockenson at Iowa. Gilbert has the athleticism and upside to overtake Michael Mayer as the top tight end in the 2023 NFL Draft Class, but it will take complete dedication and drive from Gilbert in 2022. On the field, there are few limitations – Gilbert’s immediate burst is a question, but once he is on the move, as a YAC monster, Gilbert is unstoppable when he wants to be.


Intro to the 2023 NFL Draft Class: Running Back

by Cody Carpentier, August 18, 2022

There is a lot of projecting to be done with MarShawn Lloyd entering the 2022 College Football season. But South Carolina is a sleeping giant in the making, and with Lloyd’s 4-star pedigree, he is my favorite running back in the class to take that much-needed next step. Throughout the recruiting process, Lloyd had offers from Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Ohio State, and Texas to name a few, he had his choice and the former high school sprinter chose to stay “close” to home in Maryland by attending South Carolina. On the second day of his true-freshman fall camp, Lloyd Tore his Left ACL and was forced to miss the entire season.


2022 Breakout Finder: A Guide with Research Results

by Ahaan Rungta, August 16, 2022

Many analysts may disagree on conclusions from an NFL prospect’s film. They also disagree or how to interpret their production. The Breakout Finder attempts to eliminate bias. The app uses machine learning to predict how likely a prospect is to have a prominent fantasy season upon their selection (or lack thereof) in the NFL Draft.


Intro to the 2023 NFL Draft Class: Quarterbacks

by Cody Carpentier, August 12, 2022

The 2022 NFL Draft is long in the rearview mirror, but the 2022 NFL and College Football Season is inching closer. So, I will continue on full steam ahead with the Introduction to the 2023 NFL Draft Class, today it’s the most interesting position, Quarterback.


Intro to the 2023 NFL Draft Class: Wide Receivers

by Cody Carpentier, August 4, 2022

Over the next 3 weeks, I will be breaking down prospects you need to know heading into the 2022 College Football Season and 2023 NFL Draft. From Bryce Young at Quarterback for Alabama to Bryan Breese on the Defensive Line for Clemson, you will leave this series fully equipped and prepared to talk your friend’s ear off at the local pub this College Football season.


AFC West Post-Offseason Review

by Seth Diewold, August 3, 2022

It is my honor to cover the best division in all the land. The AFC West is a land where shootouts flow like wine, and wins and losses will be as fleeting as a ship fading into the night. It’s going to be a bumpy ride with a lot of turbulence, and I’ll be your captain throughout the 2022 NFL season. Firstly, let’s take a look at what these teams managed to do in the offseason in an AFC West post-offseason review of all four teams.


Cody Carpentier’s 2023 Early NFL Mock Draft

by Cody Carpentier, July 4, 2022

The Fourth of July is here and that means the smell of football is in the air for the fairweather fans of the world. As you sit down around the fire, drink a cold one, and pull out the s’more kit this summer, I’d like to give you something to talk about. And so it begins, the 2023 NFL Mock Draft Series. Starting in November of last season for the 2022 class, there is no better time than now to dive into the 2023 class head first and break down the immense talent in this class. From the top defender in Will Anderson from Alabama to the top quarterbacks in C.J. Stroud and Bryce Young, this NFL Draft is looking like a Top 10 for the ages.


College Football Rankings: Pre-Season Top 25

by Cody Carpentier, June 20, 2022

The College Football Seasons is a mere 10 weeks away, with Nebraska and Northwestern traveling to Dublin, Ireland to face off on August 27th. With Transfer Portal updates coming daily for teams across the NCAA, the deadline to transfer and be eligible to play in 2022 was May 1st. So I am confident enough to release My Top 25 Pre-Season College Football Rankings. Below I will break down the teams to look out for, and teams to fade against consensus.

While breaking down the Top-25 College Football Rankings below, I will also cover some of the Top Prospects to watch for in 2022, as well as some of the top incoming recruits from the 2022 class.