US PRESSWIRENorth Carolina RB G. Bernard runs away from the N.C. State defense.
With the bowl season underway, the winter/spring scouting schedule is about to hit full speed. Over the next few months players will be moving up and down Draft boards around the league based on their performances at the All Star Games, Combine, Pro Day workouts and many other factors. Below is an updated list of the Top 200 prospects as of today in our eyes. This list is not based on what order we feel the players will be drafted, but rather on our evaluation of their play in college and how good I expect them to become in the NFL. You may not see some under-classmen on this list that you would expect and that is because I have been told that they are more likely to stay in school as of today. Additionally, there will be certain players, like Jarvis Jones, that I have listed much lower than others and that is based strictly on my evaluation of their play on film. So take a peak and let me know what you think:
OCT 31 Joel Corry
Will DeMarco Murray set the single season rushing record? Will an 8-8 mark win the NFC South? Let’s take a look.
OCT 31 Seth Schwartz
Despite having scouts at every game, James Harris wasn't a lock to be drafted.
OCT 30 Seth Schwartz
From the NFL to the CFL to the WFL and the USFL, Johnnie Walton's career was one for the ages.
OCT 28 Jeff Fedotin
Hated on by fans, San Diego’s quarterback is having an MVP-caliber year.