The following Draft Scout chart shows our ratings vs. other key information as prospect draft position changes over time. Over 3,000 prospects test for Pro football each year during the NFL Draft period. One half of those players will get a shot in the NFL (Drafted/Priority Free Agents/Free Agents/Tryouts). Not even close to "off the radar" and following strict Draft averages per position to avoid over rating too many players, Draft Scout starts tracking college players as they enter the College game and compiles key information over their full careers. With real-time data collected for high & low projection scouting grades, top Pro day & Combine performers, Regional & Super Regional performers, the combined 32 NFL Team Draft Board is always moving.
Click [+] in front of each prospect to expand information...Click player name for profile in separate window...*Underclassman...Proj High: Projected High, highest point/round we are hearing the prospect could be selected, shows players rated lower who may soon be on the rise...Ave Proj: Average Projection, current round the prospect projects in the draft combining team needs/draft average per position dynamics & strength of position...Proj Low: Projected Low, the lowest point/round the prospect could be selected, (PFA = undrafted, priority free agent)...All-Star Bowl: Blank = none...Combine: Blank = no...DSPre: DS Ranking set early September you can see how far a prospect has risen, fallen or held ground during the season...Awards/Notes: Various awards and notes (Legend). Other updates/data will be exposed soon.
Last Updated: 11/18/15 - 5 Year Draft Average for RB's is (20)/Top 100 Picks (7), 2015-18, 2014-18, 2013-23, 2012-19, 2011-24, 2010-12, 2009-18, 2008-23, 2007-19, 2006-15, Current undrafted FA trend number for RB's is (35) - approx (55) total RB's will make it to an NFL Camp.