In what could have been one of the craziest and most unpredictable drafts ever, the seven rounds of the 2003 draft are finally over in near record time. Though still very early and only on paper, here's a quick synopsis of the winners and losers from this year's selection meeting.
April 28, 2003
In what could have been one of the craziest and most unpredictable drafts ever, the seven rounds of the 2003 draft are finally over. Building upon yesterday's look at the first day, here's a quick synopsis of the winners and losers from this year's selection meeting.
April 27, 2003
Getting closer to the draft, here is our value board for all seven rounds. Extra players have been added in the middle and late rounds in anticipation of compensatory selections, as well as two/three fence prospects in the early frames. We have a total of 263 players on our board, 261 were selected in the 2002 draft.
April 10, 2003
Each year there are a few prospects that slip through the cracks or appear as diamonds in the rough. More often than not, these long shot rookies come from small schools. They have somehow eluded the top-notch Division I programs and made their football splash as big fish in a very small pond. Here are the 2003 rankings of the best draft sleepers.
February 13, 2003
One of our favorite prospects, just like his brother was back in '95, Marcus Ogden is a player we've closely watched the past three years. Like his older brother Jonathan, the little Ogden is a sensational athlete that dominates opponents at the point of attack for the Howard Bison and has a lot of potential for the next level if he applies himself.
November 30, 2002