"Freeman rushed for 1,016 yards last season for the Seminoles' national championship squad on 173 carries, scoring 15 touchdowns with a career-high 22 receptions for 278 receiving yards," adds Wilson. "He was the first Seminoles running back since Warrick Dunn to rush for over 1,000 yards." READ MORE>>
"The 6-foot-1 7/8, 213-pound Morris is shorter than teams would probably prefer, and could be viewed as a challenging evaluation in that he played under three coordinators over four years, thus affecting part of his development," writes Reiss. "He showed a knack for running the two-minute offense, is a two-time captain, and his hand size (10 1/4 inches) figures to appeal to the Patriots because gripping the ball in inclement weather often takes on added importance in New England." READ MORE>>
Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald shares his analysis of Oregon State WR Brandin Cooks and looks at why the Patriots would want the speedy slot receiver with their first pick in this year's draft.
"Cooks, who ran a 4.33-second 40-yard dash at the combine, could be the Pats’ next-generation slot receiver if they aren't sold on the long-term potential of
"Widely projected to be a second-round pick, Easley has also reportedly drawn interest from the Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers,' adds Underhill. "A source said that he has several visits lined up for next week." READ MORE>>
Tom E. Curran of CSNNE.com shares why the Patriots could look to draft Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater.
"There is so much to like about Bridgewater in terms of production, leadership and attention to detail. If anyone thinks Bridgewater will be in a position to come into Gillette and challenge