How sleeper recruits still make the NFL, despite blue-chip dominance - Bud Elliott
Every year around NFL Draft time, writers from all over the country put out troublesome columns like the one from Manny Navarro of the Miami Herald, claiming that a five- or four-star recruit's chances of making the NFL are roughly equal to those of three- or two-star recruits.
2014 Draft Report Card Report - Carl Yedor
We’ll look at the five teams with the highest grades, the seven teams with the worst grades (because we had a three-way tie for fifth-worst and didn't want to exclude anyone), and the six teams that the analysts couldn’t agree on (another tie for fifth). Additionally, we’ll examine how last year’s grades compare to this year’s since we have more or less the same group of analysts.
Bolts Long Had Interest in New RB Marion Grice - Hayley Elwood
"They were very interested in me," Grice said. "I spoke with them after my pro day and when I went to the combine I had an interview with them. They talked to me about different ways they could use me. Everything worked out pretty well."
Attaochu Already Soaking Up Knowledge - Ricky Henne
"One of the first things he told me was I’m going to learn from some of the best in the game," Attaochu said. "He said it was a great opportunity to learn from guys like Dwight Freeney and the rest. He said to make the most of it."