DraftNasty.com National Correspondent De'Angelo Bryant delivers his top eight underrated prospects in the 2013 NFL Draft.
With the evolution of the passing game, slot wide receivers are becoming more popular in the NFL. While West Virginia’s Tavon Austin heads the class in this category (slot), there are several other diminutive inside targets with value to their games.
Check out Bryant's top draft eligible FBS return men this season.
In today's contact sports, there are many year long and career-ending injuries that occur nearly every week. With new age training equipment, dynamic strength training, and over-advanced technology the outside world would indicate these developments should limit the amount of severe injuries that are sustained in sports. However, nothing can prepare you for the awkward blindside hits that may occur throughout the course of a game. Continue reading as I make my argument for a new rule to protect offensive players in football.
Former ACC running back De’Angelo Bryant presents his top five midseason performers at the running back position in this edition of Bryant’s Beehive.
Week Two of the college football season was filled with ups and downs, but no one could not say it wasn't a great weekend.
DraftNasty.com traveled to Athens, Georgia last Saturday to witness a Veterans Day weekend blowout between the Auburn Tigers and Georgia Bulldogs. Check out DraftNasty's In-Game Recap featuring players from both SEC powerhouses.
In this week's edition of Bryant's Beehive, De'Angelo breaks down Pittsburgh DE/LB Brandon Lindsey and some of his Panther teammates in this week's Big East breakdown.
Defensive ends like Iowa's Adrian Clayborn (#94 pictured rushing punt) are all over the place in next spring's upcoming NFL Draft. With the bowl games right around the corner, postseason evaluations are beginning to heat up. Vumanity's Tim Martin sits down with Draftnasty.com FBS National Scouting Director De'Angelo Bryant to discuss who to look out for this spring.
QB Zach MacDowell (#10 pictured) of Coastal Carolina will be one of many FCS prospects looking to shine in this weekends FCS Senior Scout Bowl. Saturday will be the first annual game for FCS Senior Scout Bowl and the last time the participants will put on a uniform before their respected pro day workouts. I had a chance to catch up with MacDowell to discuss the importance of this game and what he hopes to accomplish while in New York this week.
In this week’s edition of Bryant’s Beehive. Bryant lists his top 8 players to watch for in this week’s season finale of FCS football. Click here to find out the one junior to make the top 8 on Bryant’s list.
For weeks I have asked myself, who’s the #1 NFL prospect for the 2011 draft? Yet here it is in the closing weeks of the collegiate football season, and I still haven’t found that #1 player. This time last season, the battle for the #1 overall pick was already beginning to heat up. The question I heard for months was will it be Sam Bradford, Ndamukong Suh, or Gerald McCoy? This season everyone has been reluctant about discussing who their top player is, but I have listed a few candidates who are capable of being the #1 player in the 2011 NFL Draft.
The month of November marks the final stretch for many teams to improve their resumes before their respected conference title or bowl games. While some have become bowl eligible, others are still seeking one or two wins for a chance to compete in a December or January bowl game. If the month of November is anything like the first nine weeks of the college football season, rest assured this month will be one you don't want to miss.
FAST is a four letter acronym I use to evaluate RB’s when I scout. As I discuss each of my picks, this word will give you a better understanding of my choices for this week’s Bryant’s Beehive. Before I start here’s a brief breakdown of the meaning of the word FAST.
Even with the whirlwind of inconsistency in the ACC, a talent pool of athletes continue to flourish throughout the conference. According to DraftNasty’s 2010 and 2011 Big Board, nine players are noted as top 25 prospects for the NFL Draft. Take a look as I name the top 20 ACC prospects according to their performances this season.
In this week’s edition of Bryant’s Beehive, I will discuss my mid-season surprises thus far during the college football season. This will include player breakdowns, seasonal stats, and potential stock for the 2010-2011 NFL draft.
In this week’s edition of Bryant’s Beehive, I spotlight a few players around the SEC, ACC, and Big East. In addition, find out why it there may be some QB controversies heating up at Florida, LSU, and South Carolina, as well as the ACC taking a 3-1 record over the Big East.
Traditions. For families and cultures, they represent a way of life, a series of habits, beliefs, rituals, and sense of unity that becomes as routine and expected as heartbeats. The sports world is defined by these foundations. In fact, college football programs throughout the nation not only rely on traditions; they exist by them.