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The 2016 NFL Draft is full of anomalies aka players that test one way, yet performed differently on the gridiron.  Today, this scouting report will focus on former Golden Bear running back Daniel dlascoLasco.  The senior had a poor final season finishing with less than 360 total yards, while missing five contests due to a hip and ankle injuries.  However, Lasco sparked many parties with interest after a decent showing at the East-West Shrine Game.  I went back and reviewed his games against San Diego State, Colorado (2014), USC (2014), and the Shrine Game again to get a better idea of what this young man brings to the next level.  These are my thoughts:

RB-Daniel Lasco, California, 6′ 209 lbs.  Read More »

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The 2016 NFL Draft has its share of impactful, force players as well as role players.  One of this year’s steadiest receivers is former California Bear, Kenny Lawler.  He was the featured weapon on a klawlerteam quarterbacked by Jared Goff, who will be a top ten NFL draft pick and a top two rookie quarterback selection.  To get a better idea of what skills and attributes Lawler brings to the next level, I reviewed his 2015 games against Texas, Utah, and Air Force.  Here is what I saw:

WR-Kenny Lawler, California 6′ 2″ 203 lbs. Read More »