Saturday, April 25, 2015

Greg Hays NFL Mock Draft 2.0

With the 2015 NFL draft coming up fast, the sports world seems to be buzzing with NFL draft rumors, mocks, and analysis from all different directions.

Since it has been a few months since I last published a mock draft, I decided it was the perfect time to do so. This mock draft is special, since it will be the first time I include potential trades.

Let the fun begin!

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Greg Hays' 2015 NFL Mock Draft: Who Does Your Team Take?

*Mock draft reflects teams as currently constructed and does not take into account possible trades in draft position*

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Leonard Williams, DT, Southern California
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Despite the popular narrative that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will inevitably go with one of the standout quarterbacks in this draft class (Mariota, Winston)- I believe after neglecting to draft a single defensive player in last years draft they will go with the highest rated defensive player in the entire draft with their first overall pick.

At 6'5'' and weighing in at just under 300 lbs. Williams is extremely explosive for his size and his versatile combination of run stopping/pass rushing abilities will help solidify the Buccaneers defensive line.

Thursday, April 3, 2014

5 Perfect Late Round Draft Prospects for Philadelphia

With the 2014 NFL draft right around the corner, mock drafts are heating up as we all frantically scramble to create the perfect scenarios of what will happen.

While I have spent much of my time worrying about what the Philadelphia Eagles will do within the first few rounds, I decided to switch it up and scout some late-round prospects that would be perfect for the new Eagles schemes and culture!

I found five very talented, underrated players, studied them, and provided my quick scouting report of each player below.

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Top 5 Destinations for DeSean

The Phildelphia Eagles ended the dramatic saga with Pro Bowl wide receiver DeSean Jackson early yesterday afternoon by cutting all ties and choosing to release him.

ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter reported that within 30 minutes of the release that there were four different NFL teams interested in Jackson's talent.

The teams interested have not been made official, though the estimated number of teams interested now stands around nine or ten.

Friday, March 28, 2014

DeSean Drama Comes to an End

In a shocking turn of events, the Philadelphia Eagles announced early this afternoon that they were cutting ties with Pro Bowl wide receiver DeSean Jackson by releasing him.

The move shocked the sports world and certainly caught me off guard.