The Creed Humphrey scouting report shows how reliable he is at center. He might not wow you with athleticism, but he brings lots of experience.
Our Pat Freiermuth scouting report has him as the 2nd best tight end in the 2021 draft class with the potential to be a longterm starter.
Ohio State running back Trey Sermon has had a meteoric rise during the postseason and is helping his stock in the 2021 NFL draft.
Jaylen Waddle has speed that can kill but he isn’t just a deep threat. He’s a well-rounded WR that has great hands and route running ability.
Kylin Hill is an intriguing draft prospect. He runs hard, physically, and is emerging as a pass catcher but what’s his value in today’s NFL?
Wyatt Davis is as good as they come as far as guard prospects for the NFL Draft.
Caleb Farley might be a little raw to be an instant starter in the NFL but he’s a ballhawk and has a ton of athleticism.
Najee Harris runs with power, has excellent hands out of the backfield, and he might be the most pro-ready running back in this year’s draft.
Travis Etienne is one of the most complete prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft but needs to play with more patience at the next level.
Rashod Bateman is tough and smart. He might not have the pure athleticism to be elite at the next level but is savvy enough to have success.