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TFG’s Rookie Roundup series features a multitude of draft prospects, illuminated through Q&As. Learn more about their off-the-field lives, as well as where they may fit in in the NFL.  We’ll be adding players frequently between now an...

Johnnie Troutman’s says it best:  “Former Penn State player chasing his dream in the NFL.“ Troutman, who stands at a punishing 6’4 325, is one of those NFL hopefuls we don’t know very well but may in upcoming years. By all accounts he had a su...

As a 6-5, 216 pound wide receiver who clocked a 4.40 40 at the Combine, Tommy Streeter from the University of Miami is one of the most intriguing rookies in this year’s draft class. Even with that remarkable speed for a player his size, Streeter comes t...

Fozzy Whittaker, the running back out of Texas has more of an uphill battle on the path to NFL success than most.  He is smallish (5’9, 193 lbs) for his position and lacks the lateral movement and elusiveness of backs of similar stature.  Whittaker di...

Robert “RJ” Blanton is one of those intriguing rookies who enters the draft with a question mark when it comes to potential NFL success.  At 6’1, 208 pounds, Blanton has great size for his position, is tough, and exhibits good footwork. He is simpl...

You would think 303 pounds is not too small for anything. But being underweight is actually a knock on Boise State offensive tackle Nate Pottter. Potter, who stands at 6’6, is still considered a good prospect due to his athleticism and reliability.  He...

You would think 303 pounds is not too small for anything. But being underweight is actually a knock on Boise State offensive tackle Nate Pottter. Potter, who stands at 6’6, is still considered a good prospect due to his athleticism and reliability.  He...

Tauren Poole, the 5’10, 215 pound running back from Tennessee, enters next week’s draft with something to prove. Poole left Tennessee after enduring three coaching changes, a stat not particularly helpful for a player’s development. But he does poss...

Heading into the Combine in February, Miami’s Lamar Miller was already considered one of the top running backs in this year’s draft class.  But after Miller’s 4.40 forty time in Indianapolis, the fastest among running backs, even more eyes lit up. ...