Jordan Hoover

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Post-Combine RotoViz Staff Rookie Mock Draft: Round 1

With the NFL Combine now in the books, the RotoViz staff decided to get together for a quick two-round rookie mock draft.  For the purposes of this article we’ll assume a 1QB league with PPR scoring. Hit us up on the message boards and let us know what you think. 1.01 — N’Keal Harry While it’s tempting to overreact to D.K. Metcalf’s insane forty and superb combine performance, I’m sticking with N’Keal Harry. His profile includes ample collegiate production, impressive market shares, and was compiled as one of the youngest WRs in the class. He matched Metcalf in the bench press with 27

2019 NFL Draft Prospect: Dillon Mitchell

Following a strong junior season, Dillon Mitchell has decided to forgo his final year of eligibility at Oregon and enter the NFL Draft. The 6-foot-1-inch, 189-pound wide receiver led the Pac-12 in yards receiving (1,184) in 2018 serving as the clear number one option for quarterback Justin Herbert. Does Mitchell profile as a viable asset in dynasty leagues? THE EARLY YEARS A four-star prospect from Memphis, Tennessee, Mitchell held scholarship offers from several top programs including Alabama, Ohio State, Florida State, and Auburn, eventually enrolling at Oregon in January 2016. He played in six games as a freshman finishing with just

2019 NFL Draft Prospect: Mecole Hardman

As a secondary option in a run-oriented offense at Georgia for the last two seasons, Mecole Hardman has largely stayed out of the national spotlight. And while his production profile isn’t spectacular there are reasons to like his chances of finding success at the next level. At 5 feet 11 inches, 183 pounds, can Hardman secure a role in the NFL that leads to fantasy relevance? THE EARLY YEARS Labeled an athlete by 247 Sports, Hardman was a five-star recruit with offers from almost every high-profile program in college football. He enrolled at Georgia in June 2016 but saw very little

Pre-Combine NFL Draft Prospect Rankings: No. 10 to No. 1

Over the last two months we’ve been working diligently to provide you, the readers, with as much actionable information as possible regarding the 2019 NFL Draft class. We’ve profiled over 40 prospects, providing the key advanced stats to know for each player and highlighting the strengths and weaknesses in their profiles.

N’Keal Harry, Josh Jacobs, and the 2019 NFL Draft Age Database

Age is one of the most crucial components in draft prospect analysis. But sometimes it can be difficult to track down exact birthdays for every member of the current draft class. For the last several years, RotoViz has provided a Draft Age Database with the intention of saving our readers time and energy when moving through their own individual evaluation process.

Pre-Combine NFL Draft Prospect Rankings: No. 20 to No. 11

Over the last two months we’ve been working diligently to provide you, the readers, with as much actionable information as possible regarding the 2019 NFL Draft class. We’ve profiled over 40 prospects, providing the key advanced stats to know for each player and highlighting the strengths and weaknesses in their profiles.

Pre-Combine NFL Draft Prospect Rankings: No. 30 to No. 21

Over the last two months we’ve been working diligently to provide you, the readers, with as much actionable information as possible regarding the 2019 NFL Draft class. We’ve profiled over 40 prospects, providing the key advanced stats to know for each player and highlighting the strengths and weaknesses in their profiles.

Pre-Combine NFL Draft Prospect Rankings: No. 40 to No. 31

Over the last two months we’ve been working diligently to provide you, the readers, with as much actionable information as possible regarding the 2019 NFL Draft class. We’ve profiled over 40 prospects, providing the key advanced stats to know for each player and highlighting the strengths and weaknesses in their profiles.

2019 NFL Draft Prospect: N’Keal Harry

If you’ve paid attention to college football over the last three seasons the name N’Keal Harry probably rings a bell. At 6 feet 4 inches, 213 pounds, he’s been tormenting opposing secondaries since he was a true freshman in 2016. Harry is viewed by some evaluators as one of the top offensive prospects in the 2019 draft class. Does his profile supporting this lofty billing? THE EARLY YEARS A standout at Chandler High School in Arizona, Harry ranked in the top-10 among wide receivers nationally according to 247 Sports. He received a handful of offers, primarily from Pac-12 programs, but eventually settled on

2019 NFL Draft Prospect: Penny Hart

Penny Hart was a relative unknown in mainstream draft circles prior to Senior Bowl practices last week. But the 5-foot-8, 180-pound wide receiver picked up a ton of steam thanks to strong showings during individual drills. Does Hart profile as the type of smaller-school standout worthy of discussion for dynasty purposes? THE EARLY YEARS A two-star prospect from King’s Ridge Christian School near Alpharetta, Georgia, Hart committed to Georgia State in 2015. He became an immediate contributor as a true freshman ending the season with an impressive 72-1,109-8 receiving line accounting for 27 percent of the Panthers’ receiving yards and touchdowns. A

Post-Combine RotoViz Staff Rookie Mock Draft: Round 1

With the NFL Combine now in the books, the RotoViz staff decided to get together for a quick two-round rookie mock draft.  For the purposes of this article we’ll assume a 1QB league with PPR scoring. Hit us up on the message boards and let us know what you think. 1.01 — N’Keal Harry While it’s tempting to overreact to D.K. Metcalf’s insane forty and superb combine performance, I’m sticking with N’Keal Harry. His profile includes ample collegiate production, impressive market shares, and was compiled as one of the youngest WRs in the class. He matched Metcalf in the bench press with 27

2019 NFL Draft Prospect: Dillon Mitchell

Following a strong junior season, Dillon Mitchell has decided to forgo his final year of eligibility at Oregon and enter the NFL Draft. The 6-foot-1-inch, 189-pound wide receiver led the Pac-12 in yards receiving (1,184) in 2018 serving as the clear number one option for quarterback Justin Herbert. Does Mitchell profile as a viable asset in dynasty leagues? THE EARLY YEARS A four-star prospect from Memphis, Tennessee, Mitchell held scholarship offers from several top programs including Alabama, Ohio State, Florida State, and Auburn, eventually enrolling at Oregon in January 2016. He played in six games as a freshman finishing with just

2019 NFL Draft Prospect: Mecole Hardman

As a secondary option in a run-oriented offense at Georgia for the last two seasons, Mecole Hardman has largely stayed out of the national spotlight. And while his production profile isn’t spectacular there are reasons to like his chances of finding success at the next level. At 5 feet 11 inches, 183 pounds, can Hardman secure a role in the NFL that leads to fantasy relevance? THE EARLY YEARS Labeled an athlete by 247 Sports, Hardman was a five-star recruit with offers from almost every high-profile program in college football. He enrolled at Georgia in June 2016 but saw very little

Pre-Combine NFL Draft Prospect Rankings: No. 10 to No. 1

Over the last two months we’ve been working diligently to provide you, the readers, with as much actionable information as possible regarding the 2019 NFL Draft class. We’ve profiled over 40 prospects, providing the key advanced stats to know for each player and highlighting the strengths and weaknesses in their profiles.

N’Keal Harry, Josh Jacobs, and the 2019 NFL Draft Age Database

Age is one of the most crucial components in draft prospect analysis. But sometimes it can be difficult to track down exact birthdays for every member of the current draft class. For the last several years, RotoViz has provided a Draft Age Database with the intention of saving our readers time and energy when moving through their own individual evaluation process.

Pre-Combine NFL Draft Prospect Rankings: No. 20 to No. 11

Over the last two months we’ve been working diligently to provide you, the readers, with as much actionable information as possible regarding the 2019 NFL Draft class. We’ve profiled over 40 prospects, providing the key advanced stats to know for each player and highlighting the strengths and weaknesses in their profiles.

Pre-Combine NFL Draft Prospect Rankings: No. 30 to No. 21

Over the last two months we’ve been working diligently to provide you, the readers, with as much actionable information as possible regarding the 2019 NFL Draft class. We’ve profiled over 40 prospects, providing the key advanced stats to know for each player and highlighting the strengths and weaknesses in their profiles.

Pre-Combine NFL Draft Prospect Rankings: No. 40 to No. 31

Over the last two months we’ve been working diligently to provide you, the readers, with as much actionable information as possible regarding the 2019 NFL Draft class. We’ve profiled over 40 prospects, providing the key advanced stats to know for each player and highlighting the strengths and weaknesses in their profiles.

2019 NFL Draft Prospect: N’Keal Harry

If you’ve paid attention to college football over the last three seasons the name N’Keal Harry probably rings a bell. At 6 feet 4 inches, 213 pounds, he’s been tormenting opposing secondaries since he was a true freshman in 2016. Harry is viewed by some evaluators as one of the top offensive prospects in the 2019 draft class. Does his profile supporting this lofty billing? THE EARLY YEARS A standout at Chandler High School in Arizona, Harry ranked in the top-10 among wide receivers nationally according to 247 Sports. He received a handful of offers, primarily from Pac-12 programs, but eventually settled on

2019 NFL Draft Prospect: Penny Hart

Penny Hart was a relative unknown in mainstream draft circles prior to Senior Bowl practices last week. But the 5-foot-8, 180-pound wide receiver picked up a ton of steam thanks to strong showings during individual drills. Does Hart profile as the type of smaller-school standout worthy of discussion for dynasty purposes? THE EARLY YEARS A two-star prospect from King’s Ridge Christian School near Alpharetta, Georgia, Hart committed to Georgia State in 2015. He became an immediate contributor as a true freshman ending the season with an impressive 72-1,109-8 receiving line accounting for 27 percent of the Panthers’ receiving yards and touchdowns. A

Post-Combine RotoViz Staff Rookie Mock Draft: Round 1

With the NFL Combine now in the books, the RotoViz staff decided to get together for a quick two-round rookie mock draft.  For the purposes of this article we’ll assume a 1QB league with PPR scoring. Hit us up on the message boards and let us know what you think. 1.01 —

2019 NFL Draft Prospect: Dillon Mitchell

Following a strong junior season, Dillon Mitchell has decided to forgo his final year of eligibility at Oregon and enter the NFL Draft. The 6-foot-1-inch, 189-pound wide receiver led the Pac-12 in yards receiving (1,184) in 2018 serving as the clear number one option for quarterback Justin Herbert. Does Mitchell profile

2019 NFL Draft Prospect: Mecole Hardman

As a secondary option in a run-oriented offense at Georgia for the last two seasons, Mecole Hardman has largely stayed out of the national spotlight. And while his production profile isn’t spectacular there are reasons to like his chances of finding success at the next level. At 5 feet 11

Pre-Combine NFL Draft Prospect Rankings: No. 10 to No. 1

Over the last two months we’ve been working diligently to provide you, the readers, with as much actionable information as possible regarding the 2019 NFL Draft class. We’ve profiled over 40 prospects, providing the key advanced stats to know for each player and highlighting the strengths and weaknesses in their

N’Keal Harry, Josh Jacobs, and the 2019 NFL Draft Age Database

Age is one of the most crucial components in draft prospect analysis. But sometimes it can be difficult to track down exact birthdays for every member of the current draft class. For the last several years, RotoViz has provided a Draft Age Database with the intention of saving our readers

Pre-Combine NFL Draft Prospect Rankings: No. 20 to No. 11

Over the last two months we’ve been working diligently to provide you, the readers, with as much actionable information as possible regarding the 2019 NFL Draft class. We’ve profiled over 40 prospects, providing the key advanced stats to know for each player and highlighting the strengths and weaknesses in their

Pre-Combine NFL Draft Prospect Rankings: No. 30 to No. 21

Over the last two months we’ve been working diligently to provide you, the readers, with as much actionable information as possible regarding the 2019 NFL Draft class. We’ve profiled over 40 prospects, providing the key advanced stats to know for each player and highlighting the strengths and weaknesses in their

Pre-Combine NFL Draft Prospect Rankings: No. 40 to No. 31

Over the last two months we’ve been working diligently to provide you, the readers, with as much actionable information as possible regarding the 2019 NFL Draft class. We’ve profiled over 40 prospects, providing the key advanced stats to know for each player and highlighting the strengths and weaknesses in their

2019 NFL Draft Prospect: N’Keal Harry

If you’ve paid attention to college football over the last three seasons the name N’Keal Harry probably rings a bell. At 6 feet 4 inches, 213 pounds, he’s been tormenting opposing secondaries since he was a true freshman in 2016. Harry is viewed by some evaluators as one of the top offensive

2019 NFL Draft Prospect: Penny Hart

Penny Hart was a relative unknown in mainstream draft circles prior to Senior Bowl practices last week. But the 5-foot-8, 180-pound wide receiver picked up a ton of steam thanks to strong showings during individual drills. Does Hart profile as the type of smaller-school standout worthy of discussion for dynasty purposes? THE

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