Mike Loyko’s Draft Guide: Now Available (Update)

NEPD Editor: Mike Loyko

My 2014 NFL Draft Guide is finally finished! 315 full page, full color scouting reports in an easy to read format. Without a doubt the most comprehensive NFL Draft book on the market today. You simply can’t find full-page, comprehensive scouting reports on many of the players I included in this book. Follow along with the draft book as the draft goes on and when your team picks that obscure player you don’t know much about, chances are he’s in this book.

UPDATE: The book is now available for purchase even if you don’t have a paypal account.

All 315 Scouting Reports look exactly like the one above. The scouting reports are easy to read and not filled with a bunch of information found on their school biography page. Each one is a breakdown of what the player can and can’t do. It will be a great resource to keep and look through in the future.

How to purchase: The book is available in full color PDF format. As soon as I receive payment I will send you the link to download the PDF directly. It doesn’t take more than three minutes to complete.

*** Many people don’t have a paypal account or are unsure how to sign up for on. For that reason I’ve made the Draft Guide available through a website called “Gumroad”. You can purchase the PDF directly from the site with your debit or credit card and you will be given the link to download the PDF immdiately.

Link: https://gumroad.com/l/LuRq#

Price: $16.00

Payment: I accept payments through paypal. My paypal address is mashpee54@yahoo.com. Please send payments as a “gift” so I am not charged a fee and please include the E-Mail address you want me to send the draft guide to. As soon as I receive notice of payment I will e-mail you the link to download the guide.

If you have anymore questions, please e-mail me and I’d be happy to answer. I really appreciate the support and hope you choose to invest in my draft guide.

13 Responses to “Mike Loyko’s Draft Guide: Now Available (Update)”

  1. YodasLlama says:

    Patriots Seven Round Mock Draft *No Trades

    Remember what we think Bill will do, he probably wont do and I do not think he will go after one of the top TEs. Its not necessary when we have the best TE in the game on the team. Finding people that can contribute right away would be ideal but do not be surprised if Bill takes a few players we do not need because of the value they bring at their placement in the draft.

    1. Ra’Shede Hageman 3-4DE/DT Minnesota
    A powerful and athletic defensive lineman who can dominate at the line. He would be rotated in and could start from day one if Wilfork is not ready to go to start the season. He could also play end in a 3-4 alignment which gives the Patriots a lot of positional versatility.

    2. Dominique Easley DE/DT Florida
    I wanted to mock someone else here but I have a feeling that Easley will fall a little only because of the injuries he sustained last season. He may need a red-shirt year and Wilfork and/or Kelly may not be back after this season. Hageman and Easley could be the new DT tandem for New England and Easley can also play outside at end. He could easily shed a few pounds and play primarily outside behind Jones and Ninkovich.

    3. Billy Turner OT/G North Dakota State
    Turner is an intriguing offensive line prospect. He has a lot of talent but needs a decent amount of coaching and might be better off moving inside to guard similar to Mankins when he came out of college. Worst case scenario he is a top backup.

    4. C.J. Fiedorowicz TE Iowa
    A less talented Gronkowski clone who could create significant mismatches in the red zone and would be an upgrade over everyone in blocking. Fiedorowicz could be a decent number one TE but he will be a solid backup to Gronk.

    4(Comp). Bruce Ellington WR South Carolina
    The Patriots have been very interested in Ellington in the pre draft process and could use him in a multitude of ways. He could be a valuable contributor at the return game and he is faster than all of the current Patriots WRs. Reminds me of a faster Branch.

    6(PHI). Aaron Lynch DE/OLB South Florida
    Lynch has some character issues but I do not think the Patriots will ignore his talent especially if he falls to the middle of the 6th round (which is very possible). Lynch would be an immediate upgrade over all of the Patriots backup DE and could allow Ninkovich to play more snaps at linebacker in passing situations. Steal with this pick.

    6. Prince Shembo ILB/OLB Notre Dame
    Shembo may be nothing more than a career backup at linebacker but his athleticism and intelligence will be to much to pass up this late in the draft. Brian Kelly and Bill have become friends recently and Kelly has nothing but great things to say about Shembo. The Patriots want to get more athletic at all the positions and Shembo would be a perfect backup to Collins and Mayo.

    7. Bennett Jackson CB Notre Dame
    Back to back Notre Dame players. Jackson could struggle to even make the roster as he has a significant amount of talent ahead of him but he could make the roster as a backup. With Logan Ryan possibly flirting with the safety position having a few more talented backups at the corner back position cannot be a bad thing.

  2. Rich says:

    Book, not boom! Damn iPhone

  3. Rich says:

    I apologize if this has been asked before, but I am just confused. Is this an actual boom or PDF? I would be greatly interested in a book if both options are available. Thanks.

  4. Jack says:

    It amazes me that people will cry about not having everything for free or complain about a bit of advertising when it comes to buying something from an individual, yet will think nothing about dropping the same price for a couple of drinks at a bar or a few cups of coffee as Starbucks. Or worse yet paying hundreds per month for cable TV and/or over-priced cell-phone plans they don’t really need. There’s some kind of reverse-brainwashing going in our society when we mindlessly hand over a ton of money to large corporations for luxuries we can ill-afford, but complain endlessly when we have to pay a few bucks for an app or a pdf made by some hard-working guy who has put in countless hours into a project and whose payback rate is likely less than minimum wage if you count the hours worked.

  5. Bill Vermont says:

    I purchased it and think it’s absolutely worth it. Good job, Mike.

  6. Greg says:

    Is it only available in hard copy form? I’d order it if it could be received as a PDF download.

  7. Ajm says:

    Lol, where are the free scouting reports, Loyko? I wonder how many you’ve sold… Lol

  8. Jeff says:

    Thanks hadn’t heard this 50 times already

    • Mike Loyko says:

      I’ve sold a lot acutally. I’ve worked 6 hours a day for 4 months and I have a 2 week window to sell it. You bet I’m going to advertise 2-3 times a day until the draft.

      • acm says:

        don’t acknowledge the haters, Mike, keep up the good work. Whoever wants free reports, should feel free to do it on his own. Doubt they would feel too charitable if they had to do everything on their own. And it’s just 16 bucks for crying out loud, based on the reactions, you’d think it’s 16K we are talking here. 300+ reports is no easy feat, had been me, I’d probably be charging a lot more than just 16 bucks.






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