Posts Tagged ‘Andre Ellington’

A Prospect for Every Round: Running Back

Saturday, April 13th, 2013

Stony Brook running back Miguel Maysonet held a private workout with New England. (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Editor: Matthew Jones

New England’s running game was one of the most impressive aspects of their team in 2012, but nonetheless they remain at least somewhat interested in this year’s class of running backs; thus far, they have conducted private workouts with a number of this year’s prospects, with at least cursory interest shown in what is shaping up to be a deep class of runners. While drafting a running back in the first or second round is unlikely, there are plenty of mid-to-late-round prospects that may have New England’s attention. Prospect rankings and values are provided by FRX.


2013 NFL Draft Scouting Notes: Florida State vs. Clemson

Monday, September 24th, 2012

Tank Carradine was a BEAST all game vs. Clemson.

NEPD Editor: Mike Loyko

The marquee match-up in college football this week features two top ten ACC teams that are loaded with NFL talent. The Florida State defense alone should have at least five or six players drafted in the 2013 Draft. Clemson lost a talented senior class to the NFL but, has it’s own share of talent. The Tigers boast one of the top Senior RB’s in the nation in Andre Ellington.

This is a critically important game for both programs. Which prospects shined in the national spotlight and elevated their draft stock? How did Andre Ellington fare against the loaded front seven of FSU and which FSU defender stood out the most? These are all questions answered in my scouting notes.


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