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The 2016 NFL Draft has surprises around every corner for NFL owners and fantasy players alike.  One of those could be former South Carolina’s tight end Jerell Adams.  If you just look at his jadamscollege statistics, there isn’t much to see: less than 70 receptions, seven total touchdowns, and under a thousand yards in four years of college production.  I decided to take a closer look watching his game against Missouri, and Senior Bowl (game and practices)  along with several highlights of his biggest plays to get a better idea of the skills and attributes Adams can bring to the next level.  This is what intrigued me:

TE-Jerell Adams, South Carolina 6′ 5″ 247 lbs. Read More »


The NFL and dynasty fantasy football are all about match ups.  One of those unique offensive weapons available in the 2016 NFL draft is South Carolina’s Pharoh Cooper.  He reminds me quite a pcooperbit of the Rams Tavon Austin with a bit more size and a little less speed when I watched a few of his college tape.  After reviewing his Miami (2014), Kentucky, Missouri, and 2014-2015 highlights, it was clear to me that Cooper has enough skills and attributes to compete at the next level.  Here are my thoughts:

WR-Pharoh Cooper, South Carolina 5′ 11″ 203 lbs.  Read More »

The NFL Combine gives dynasty fantasy football fans their first glimpse on whether a player can translate college production into relevant fantasy points.  There weren’t any major spoilers combinerevealed, but some players impressed (stock up) while many stayed the same or failed to make a good impression (stock down).  Please remember the NFL Combine has already committed to tweaking their events to better translate to the game of football, instead of being about the highly measured 40 yard runs and 225 lb. bench presses.  Here are my initial thoughts:  Read More »