Periodically we show off our journalist side with some NFL Draft related blogs/articles, many of which are excerpts from some of our USA Today Sports Weekly features. Check back as more are being added regularly.
|Prospect Matchup Preview||NFL Rookie Watch||Weekend Review!||Reverse NFL Power Rankings|
|Prior to each weekend we break down the NFL prospects going head to head and preview all the prospects from the five biggest games.||Every week we break down the leaders for Rookie of the Year on the offensive and defensive side of the ball.||Heisman Watch, playoff preview, teams on the rise, prospect matchups and an overall analysis of everything that happened over the weekend.||Instead of ranking the best teams in the NFL, we rank from worst to first to see which teams are in best shape to select first in the 2015 NFL Draft.|
|Mock Draft Machine!||Wednesdays Watchers!||How'd We Do? 2011 Draft Review||Prospect Interviews|
|Create your own first round, multiple round or favorite team 2015 NFL Mock Draft.||Our weekly 2015 NFL Draft stock watch. See which player's are moving up boards and which are moving down.||We go back and grade ourselves for our current-time projections for the 2010 first round and beyond||Exclusive interviews with top prospects including Tre Mason and Stephen Morris, plus archived prospects including Cameron Jordan and Stevan Ridley|
|2014 Top Fifty Countdown||Should I Stay or Should I Go?||Seattle's Best!||Pro Days; Do They Matter???|
|From fifty to one, we spotlight the top fifty players in college football counting down to the kickoff of the 2014 season.||Record numbers of underclassmen are flocking to the NFL. We break down the decision of five high-profiled guys who stayed in school to see how their decisions worked out.||In a short time John Schneider has acheived legendary status in Seattle. He's done it with a most unique draft strategy, not to mention a lot of busted picks.||Based on Teddy Bridgewater's pro day, we go back in time to look at other notable pro day's to see if they had any affect on the player's draft stock, or NFL future.|