Summer Scouting Bracketology, OTs: (3) Cedric Ogbuehi vs. (6) Cameron Erving

June 30, 2014

The first round of the offensive tackle bracket for the FRG Summer Scouting Bracketology series has seen Andrus Peat (Stanford) advance past Spencer Drango (Baylor) and, most recently, Brandon Scherff (Iowa) crushed Corey Robinson (South Carolina). The next match-up on the docket features two more highly regarded offensive tackles in Texas A&M’s Cedric Ogbuehi and Florida State’s Cameron Erving. Cedric Ogbuehi, the redshirt senior offensive tackle, enters the 2014 college football…


FRG Scouting NFL Draft Guide, Sample Report: Devonta Freeman, RB, Fla St.

Devonta Freeman, FSU
April 8, 2014

3.     Devonta Freeman | Florida St. | 5’8″, 206lbs Devonta Freeman, the junior running back from the defending champion Florida State Seminoles, enters the 2014 NFL Draft after a successful 2013 season in which he ran for 1,016 yards and 14 TDs (5.9 ypc)…Was named First Team All-ACC after starting all 14 games last season…For his career, Freeman totaled 404 carries for 2,255 yards and 30 TDs, while adding 47…


Scouting the RBs: Antonio Andrews, Western Kentucky

December 17, 2013

Antonio Andrews, the all-purpose back for the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, is entering the 2014 NFL Draft process as one of the running backs worth keeping an aye on during Senior Bowl week and beyond. Andrews is coming off two fantastic seasons in which he totaled 571 carries, 3414 rushing yards, 7 8 receptions and 910 receiving yards.  He scored 30 TDs during the two year span, and even produced in…


Scouting the RBs: Ka’Deem Carey, Arizona

December 10, 2013

Not many running backs will enter the 2014 NFL Draft with as much production as that which the Arizona Wildcats’ Ka’Deem Carey has enjoyed over the last two years as a starter.  He’s churned out 3,645 yards and 40 TDs during that time, and has put together a reel of film that will allow NFL talent evaluators plenty of reps to check out. Carey’s 2013 season didn’t start as well…


Scouting the RBs: Carlos Hyde, Ohio State

After being suspended for the first three games of the 2013 season, Carlos Hyde has gone on an absolute tear to lead the Ohio State Buckeyes in rushing  with his 1,408 yards and 14 TDs in only 10 games.  Hyde is no stranger to production, as he enjoyed a 970 yard, 16 TD season in 2012. Hyde is averaging 7.7 yards per carry this season, which is a marked improvement…

December 9, 2013

2014 NFL Draft Content Coming Soon!

As the 2013 college football season comes to a close, the 2014 NFL Draft will begin to take form as underclassmen start declaring and the jockeying for draft status kicks into high gear. FRG Scouting will begin posting our scouting reports and overall draft analysis as we hit mid-December.  We will start by breaking down positional groups, with running backs up first.  FRG will be evaluating 20 runners from this…

December 2, 2013

NFL Rookie Review: Kyle Long, OG, Chicago Bears

During the 2013 NFL Draft process, I was critical of Kyle Long and his chances for immediate success on the NFL level.  In fact, I gave Long a late-4th, early-5th round grade, so I was stunned when the Chicago Bears decided to use the 20th pick in the first round on the Oregon Duck offensive guard. Long quickly became one of the star rookies of the preseason, as the game appeared to…

September 10, 2013

Page on Prospects: Tajh Boyd Video Breakdown

Tajh Boyd might be the most enigmatic quarterback prospect who’s entered his senior season with the kind of praise and expectations he has received.  There are a few special traits he brings to the table as a quarterback.  There are also a few traits that, without development, will not allow him to be a highly successful quarterback at the NFL level. In order to get a grasp on what Tajh…

September 2, 2013