NFL.com and NFL Network analyst Bucky Brooks is convinced that North Carolina State quarterback Mike Glennon can be a starting NFL quarterback after watching him work out on his pro day.
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Bucky Brooks and Matt “Money” Smith cast their gaze to the top prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft. Could next year’s draft have even more talent than 2012?
Matt “Money” Smith and Bucky Brooks look back at a wild and crazy 2012 NFL Draft. Bucky and Money give a team-by-team breakdown and discuss which were their favorite picks and who left them wanting more. Find out which team improved the most in the draft to give them an inside edge to next year’s Super Bowl in New Orleans. Subscribe to the NFL Draft Tracker podcast on iTunes.
Former NFL scout Bucky Brooks and Matt “Money” Smith reveal the top five biggest lies being spread by teams over the past few days.
Ryan Tannehill has become one of the NFL draft’s most controversial figures with opinions varying on the Texas A&M product as much as any prospect out there, and Mike Mayock added to the conversation on the QB Thursday.
Bucky Brooks and Matt “Money” Smith reveal picks 17-32 in Bucky’s mock draft. The duo also welcome in Brian Billick to discuss which QB prospects are being overvalued in the 2012 NFL Draft.
After watching Alabama’s pro day, Bucky Brooks explains what makes Trent Richardson so special, and breaks down the performances of Mark Barron and Courtney Upshaw.
NFL.com’s Bucky Brooks checked in from USC’s pro day on Wednesday, where he said Matt Kalil, the projected top offensive tackle in the draft, had an outstanding workout.
Posted: Monday, February 20th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2012 NFL Scouting Combine, Bucky Brooks, Doug Martin, Heisman Trophy, Jerry Jones, Matt "Money" Smith, Melvin Ingram, Mike Shanahan, Robert Griffin III
Hear in-depth analysis about some of the most intriguing prospects in the country from NFL.com draft analyst Bucky Brooks and Matt “Money” Smith of “NFL Fantasy Live” on the NFL Draft Tracker Podcast.
With the sophisticated passing games currently dominating the NFL, pass rushing is more critical than ever.
Posted: Thursday, February 16th, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: NFL Scouting Combine, Brandon Weeden, Bucky Brooks, Charley Casserly, Jeff Darlington, Melvin Ingram, Mike Mayock, Robert Griffin III, Trent Richardson, Washington Redskins
The 2011 season is in the books, so it’s time to focus on the draft, and that means preparing for this month’s NFL Scouting Combine. Here’s the latest from NFL.com and NFL Network experts on the prospects.
Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III are unquestionably the top two quarterback prospects in the 2012 NFL Draft, with both likely to be selected within the first five picks. But in a quarterback-hungry league, who will be the third signal-caller to come off the board?
“Winning” the NFL Draft is all about getting the best value. To that end, NFL.com’s Bucky Brooks suggests the best player in this year’s draft might not even go in the first 10 picks.
Stanford’s Andrew Luck is presumed to be the No. 1 overall pick after being hailed by scouts across the league as the most pro-ready prospect to enter the NFL draft since Peyton Manning. However, the prospect generating the most buzz heading into the NFL Scouting Combine is Baylor’s Robert Griffin III.