Chase Ford looks to embark on the tradition of becoming the next Miami Hurricanes' tight end to make an impact in the NFL. The former JUCO All-American did not have a productive career at Miami, but has upside as a pass catching threat at the next level.
Central Florida CB Josh Robinson put on an eye-opening performance to many at the 2012 NFL Combine with the fastest time in attendance (4.33) and a myriad of impressive testing numbers. We take the 5-foot-10, 199-pound corner on a Go route in our in-depth scouting breakdown.
Hillsdale WR Andre Holmes (pictured above) has made it a habit of proving the doubters wrong during his illustrious career. He feels that his relationship with quarterback Troy Weatherhead was a big reason for the duo's remarkable success.
Walsh wide receiver Joe Morgan took a very circuitous route to stardom at the NAIA level. After posting times in the mid-4.4s at the 2011 Indianapolis combine, Morgan could very well hear his name called in next month's NFL Draft. DraftNasty.com sat down with the star wideout during the 2011 NFLPA Texas vs. The Nation week to find out what makes him a hidden gem.
Houston OG Isaiah Thompson (#79 pictured) had high hopes this season that a move to the left guard position would pay big dividends in his final campaign as a Cougar. After getting invited to the 2011 NFLPA Texas vs. The Nation game and 2011 NFL Combine, Thompson's aspirations have now ascended to new heights.
Tennessee Chattanooga CB Buster Skrine has big hopes of leaving a lasting impression on NFL teams during tomorrow's testing for the defensive back portion of the 2011 NFL Combine. Find out what he expects to run in our one-on-one with the versatile performer in our latest DraftNasty.com NFL combine feature.
Auburn RB Mario Fannin's contributions to the Tigers' national championship run often went overlooked, particularly since he played primarily on 3rd Downs. We recently sat down with Fannin during the 2011 NFLPA Texas vs The Nation week to find out why he feels that experience will serve him well as he prepares for his NFL future.
Josh Portis (#7 pictured) ran 4.62 in the 40-yard dash, posted a 10 foot 6 inch broad jump and leapt a 40-inch vertical jump at yesterday's NFL Combine. He also impressed with his accuracy in throwing drills. We got a chance to sit down with the younger cousin of Pro Bowl running back Clinton Portis to discuss his long trek from SEC powerhouse Florida to Division II stalwart California (PA).
DraftNasty.com recently sat down with Fort Valley State star wide receiver Ricardo Lockette during the 2011 NFLPA Texas vs The Nation week to discuss his NFL future. His unofficial 4.35 time earlier today at the 2011 NFL Combine matched the same time he recorded last December at the 2010 HBCU Bowl Combine.
In Part One of Al Bradley's one on one with former North Carolina DT Marvin Austin, find out how he overcame adversity this year as he prepares for the 2011 NFL Combine at the Athlete's Compound at Saddlebrook Resort in Tampa, FL.