-Ten Year NFL Draft Self Scout, Former ESPN Employee, Texas Tech Athletic Department
BIO- Ever since I was a kid I’ve been obsessed with the NFL Draft. It was in 2007 when I decided that i wanted to start self-scouting the players during the football year and become more familiar with the process. I started by making an Excel spreadsheet filled with college players names, positions, height, weight, etc. Through extensive research and tape watching my watchlist quickly expanded. At the end of the year I had over 1000 players on my spreadsheet with rankings by position, mock drafts and all their combine/pro day stats. It was the start of a tradition and a passion. Every year since then I’ve scouted the nation’s best football players. Throughout the years there have been hits and misses, but no matter the college prospect, I make sure to try and provide my best projection for players to the next level.
In 2014 I created NFL Draft Fever to share my insights on my knowledge of the players and the NFL teams drafting the players. I hope you enjoy this website as much as I enjoy bringing it to you. Feel free to follow us on Twitter at @nfldraftfever and like us on Facebook.
Some personal information about me: I’m a Graduate of the University of Alabama and Texas Tech Law Student. I have worked for ESPN College Gameday and Alabama Pro Day Coverage. I am an avid Green Bay Packers and Alabama Crimson Tide fan from Dallas, TX