NFL Draft Grades

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2013 NFL Draft Grades: Jaguars, 49ers, Rams top the class

28 April 2013 | 3:53 pm Now that all 254 picks have been made in the 2013 NFL Draft, its time to take a look at where things stand. Our draft grades try to sort out all that went down at Radio City Music Hall from Thursday to Saturday. Did your team get the job done? http://nfl.si.com/2013/04/28/2013-nfl-draft-grades-jaguars-49ers-rams-top-the-class/?section=si_latest

2013 NFL Draft grades: Division breakdowns

28 April 2013 | 3:35 pm The NFL Draft is over, and after months and months of speculating about which would be picked where and when, we can now speculate about who did a good job picking players. It's time for NFL Draft Grades! SB Nation's staff went around the NFL and rounded up draft grades division-by-division to check out the winners and losers – here's a look at how teams did in the most important weekend of the … http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2013/4/28/4278500/nfl-draft-2013-grades-results

NFL Draft 2013 Results: Complete List of Selections and Grades for All 32 Teams

28 April 2013 | 3:34 pm Grading team selections has become as big a part of the post-NFL draft evaluation process, as mock drafts and preview shows are in preparing for it. Everyone wants to know how their team did. Unfortunately, we have no way of knowing how any of the 32 teams did in the draft. Grading each team's selections is simply an exercise inpredicting future returns and weighing perceived value. For many … http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1621552-nfl-draft-2013-results-complete-list-of-selections-and-grades-for-all-32-teams

2013 NFL Draft grades: Division-by-division breakdowns after the …

28 April 2013 | 3:21 pm The NFC East did well, the AFC East didn't, and more from draft grades with the 2013 NFL Draft in the rear view mirror. http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2013/4/28/4278500/nfl-draft-2013-grades-results

2013 NFL Draft grades: AFC South – SBNation.com

28 April 2013 | 3:01 pm Former Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson came off the board to the Jaguars on Saturday, in probably the most notable move among all AFC South teams. Let's check and see how they all did. http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2013/4/28/4277080/2013-nfl-draft-grades-afc-south

2013 NFL Draft grades: NFC West loads up on Day 3 – SBNation.com

28 April 2013 | 2:15 pm The NFC West scored an embarrassment of riches on the final day of the draft. http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2013/4/28/4277214/2013-nfl-draft-grades-nfc-west

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  • Lauren s says:

    Where To Have My Highschool Gathering/ Reunion Im Planning?!? I graduated high school in June 2012…I am planning a gathering for my classmates that iv’e known from grade 9-12. I’s not going to be fancy. I am having 15 people that are attending. Please give me some ideas on where to have the gathering/ what to do/ fun ideas. i am making the gathering for saturday april 27th. I need to know some ideas asap, since i am making the facebook event tonight and putting all the info needed on there/ inviting friends via facebook. thanks! 🙂

  • Vk says:

    What To Expect Before Playing At A JUCO Football? I plan on playinng. JJUCO football if I dont get shorlarship. What are some of the things I shoud know before playing at a JUCO. After my two years playing JUCO I plan on stransfering to a d1 school. Help heree pleas

    • Curator says:

      If you’re a qualifier and you are really good, you can actually get an offer after just your first season.

      Don’t mess around with the school part of it because recently many schools including JUCO’s have limited classes due to the recent economy. So be really careful with messing around with your grades cause if you’re good and your grade either stink or you don’t have enough credits, it could effect your transfer. Had two nephews who were both qualifiers and missed out on very nice offers due to the fact that both were short credits and the schools chose to go in a different direction. Both of which were D1 big boys so don’t mess around with your opportunity if you are serious about going D1.

      Going in as freshmen can be a drag so you got to get in to the athletic department, get a meeting with the coach and your position coach to find out the schedule and as often as possible be there for as many practices as possible. The 2nd year guys will get the big looks (during practices) but if you go in as a freshmen you are going to really have to stand out during the early parts so that they give the opportunity during inter-squad scrimmage (which most JUCO’s use to fill out their rosters).

      One of my nephews earned a starting OLB spot just from that scrimmage because he made the starting OT look like a fool a good majority of that game. The other nephew got a lot more rotation time at (ILB) as a freshmen than most of the backup second year guys because of the same thing. So you really have to stand out from the get or you could get lost in the shuffle because there are definitely going to be a lot of guys going the JUCO route.

      Edit: For the guy that said JUCO is obsolete.

      Here is a list of current NFL draft prospects that went the JUCO route just to name a few

      OT Lane Johnson
      OT Menelik Watson
      OT Kyle Long
      DT Star Lotulelei
      DT Jesse Williams
      DT John Jenkins
      CB Darius Slay
      WR Cordarrelle Patterson

    • Curator says:

      Next to impossible. You have to be a great high school player to get a scholarship to a widely recognized university. Then you have to impress your college coach and a nation wide audience for 3 to 4 years on the field while keeping your grades up and your body in tip top shape. Then you have to impress NFL scouts and get drafted. Then you have to prove yourself in the NFL to stay there and keep doing everrything you’ve been doing throughout your life despite all the money and distractions.

  • Scotty says:

    How To Make Your Way To The NFL? I just turned 15, and I’m in the 9th grade. Im 6,1 300 pounds. I’m not very fat either, I’m strong! Haha. I was just wandering if I would have any chance at all making it to the NFL. And if I did get in the NFL would I make like a million bucks my first season?

    • Curator says:

      Based on your height and weight, as well as your strength, I believe that the best fit for you is at middle linebacker. Considering your age, your size gives you the potential to become a very elite high school middle linebacker.

      My best advice for you is to work hard and perform very well in practice every day. In addition, what you need to do this (and every) offseason is eat healthy, exercise by doing weight lifting, and either jogging or going for a long run every day. If you do these things, you will get faster, stronger, and into better shape, which will greatly improve your chances of becoming a successful, top notch middle linebacker in high school football, who could go on to play college football, and possibly even the NFL, in the future.

      By the way, your chances of playing college football depend on your performance in football during your high school career, especially during your senior year of high school. If you perform very well in football during your high school years, you will greatly improve your chances of getting recruited to play for a college football program.

      In turn, your chances of playing in the NFL depend on your performance in football during your college football career. If you perform very well in football during your college years, you will greatly improve your chances of getting drafted to play for an NFL team in the future.

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