They've got their scouting reviews of lots of players (sortable). Most top 50 reports include video and timeline notes of good and bad play. There's still top players missing reports so I guess they'll get completed as the draft approaches.
Here's part of their Jordan Matthews report:
- He. Can. Fly
- Plays the game at a much faster rate than the rest of the college players on the field
- Excellent Route runner, precise
- First three plays noted on South Carolina video, he lined up in 3 different WR positions
- Gives effort blocking
- Explosive runner after the catch - plenty of quick hitch and run in his career
- High points the football
- Solid hands - tends to body catch going across the middle on occasion
- Downfield acceleration is obsceneCons
- Needs work on his double move - v. Houston 2013, he didn’t sell the stutter and go at all, couldn’t get open.
- Understanding of coverages, needs to know when to settle down v. zone, sprint v. man
- Wiry but can he get separation at the LOS against more physical corners?
- Will push off downfield to high point the football
- Catches the ball away from his body but lets ball get into his body at times.
- Has a little hitch when exploding from the line of scrimmage that he got away with in college
Vanderbilt used him all over the field - Z, X, in the slot and even as a tight Y on occasion. Either way, he’s got scary athleticism, body control and explosiveness. He’s a lot like Houston Texans WR Deandre Hopkins was coming out of Clemson but Matthews is more polished in the finer things of the game. The WR class is LOAD-ED so there’s no telling where he’ll land, but an NFL team will get an NFL ready player on day one.