How Ohio State’s status as a contender and the Bosa family’s injury history factored into the decision to end Nick’s career at Ohio State, why it won’t affect his draft stock in the eyes of evaluators, and some other top talents who could follow his lead
One-year starters are tricky propositions in the draft, but Ohio State’s breakout star has the full attention of NFL evaluators. Is he ready to make the jump after this season? Plus, a look at a likely Day 2 RB from the Big 12, a Michigan linebacker making a name for himself, and two of the Pac-12’s top draft prospects go head-to-head on Saturday
The Broncos’ defense handed Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs their first true test of this season—and the second-year phenom quarterback responded admirably, extending a late-game drive and keeping the team’s undefeated record alive.
Jameis Winston started the Buccaneers' Week 4 game against the Bears as the backup to Ryan Fitzpatrick—but as the FitzMagic quickly ran out, Winston stepped back under center. We watched his every step as the day unfolded.
He passed on the draft in order to return for his senior year, and since then Kentucky’s star pass-rusher has added 30 pounds, picked up expertise from a long-time NFL position coach, and helped pull off upset wins over two ranked SEC opponents. Just like his namesake a year ago, this Josh Allen is firmly in the first-round conversation. Plus, a scout breaks down a disruptive interior rusher, a raw but intriguing Pac-12 receiver and a Division-II cornerback to know