2019 COLLEGE FOOTBALL DRAFT KIT
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The final installment of the position previews takes a look at the tight end position, where Stanford's Colby Parkinson is positioned for a huge year.
Receivers are up next in the Draft Kit as we look at the top pass-catchers in the nation for 2019. What can Purdue's Rondale Moore do for an encore after an electric freshman season?
John McKechnie breaks down the results from his recent industry mock draft, where an early run on running backs forced him to adjust his strategy in the early going.
The Draft Kit rolls on with a look at the running back position for 2019. Wisconsin's Jonathan Taylor has NCAA history within reach and enters the year as our top fantasy running back.
John McKechnie and Mario Puig open the 2019 Draft Kit with a look at the quarterback position, where Houston's D'Eriq King reigns supreme.
Chris Morgan breaks down all the action from spring practices from around the PAC-12. With his competitors heading for the transfer portal, it appears to be Jacob Eason time at Washington.
John McKechnie shifts the focus to the Big 12 for his next Spring Practice Preview. West Virginia is undergoing a rebuild, can Jack Allison be the one to lead the Mountaineers in the post-Will Grier era?
John McKechnie takes the spring practice previews down south with a look at the SEC. It's now or never for Georgia's Demetris Robertson after the Bulldogs lost three receivers to the NFL.
Erik Helm breaks down the American Athletic Conference in the latest installment of the spring practice previews. Can Patrick Taylor seize the workhorse role out of the Memphis backfield?
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