Some players raise their draft stock based on college performance. Others do it with high upside. But according to PFW's Nolan Nawrocki, some players raise their draft stock by word of mouth.
PFW's Nolan Nawrocki has compiled a new Mock Draft, this one based on each team's biggest need. And if every team drafts this way, the first round could be loaded with QB picks.
It's John Elway's first NFL Draft in a front office, and rumors are circulating that his Denver Broncos may select a quarterback with the second overall pick. But according to PFW's Nolan Nawrocki, it's all a smokescreen.
PFW's Nolan Nawrocki identifies some underpublicized prospects in this year's draft and gives them the hype they deserve. Will NFL teams do the same?
Not every player who gets selected in the NFL Draft is the most talented football player around--here are a few prospects Nolan Nawrocki says have produced more than their talent level would suggest.
Almost every Mock Draft projects Cam Newton to go #1 overall to the Carolina Panthers. Nolan Nawrocki has never had Newton higher than #3--find out why.
Ryan Mallett has had a controversial draft process, and this week was no different. PFW's Nolan Nawrocki checks in with updates on Mallett's stock, as well as the stock of some injured--and not-so-injured--players.
Bengals owner Mike Brown says there's no way he'll get rid of QB Carson Palmer. In fact, PFW's Nolan Nawrocki says Cincinnati's #4 overall pick may be used solely to keep Carson around.
Forget the measurables--some football players make a living on the field by what's underneath their helmet. Find out who PFW's Nolan Nawrocki says are some of the most instinctive players in this year's draft.
The 2011 running back draft class is loaded with pro-caliber talent. But according to PFW's Nolan Nawrocki, the list of first-round runners has only one name: Mark Ingram.
PFW's Nolan Nawrocki grades this year's tight end class as the worst since 2005. But even in a weak group, one prospect shines bright.
With as many as eight potential first-round selections, PFW's Nolan Nawrocki has deemed this year's defensive end class in the draft one of the best in decades. But they don't come without a few question marks.
It's almost a certainty that Marcell Dareus and Nick Fairley will be top-10 selections. But according to PFW's Nolan Nawrocki, Illinois' Corey Liuget may be just as worthy a selection to fill the tackle position.
While A.J. Green and Julio Jones receive all the draft attention at the wide receiver position, PFW's Nolan Nawrocki says this year's class is deeper than the experts have let on.
PFW's Nolan Nawrocki hears that the Raiders expect to pick up Colin Kaepernick and the Bengals are likely to select Andy Dalton in the second round on Friday. What about Ryan Mallett? He shouldn't expect much.
While the 1st round gets all of the attention, the best teams build their rosters through the final day of the draft. Who does Nolan Nawrocki think are the top players drafted in rounds 4 through 7?