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The Draft A Year Inside the NFL's Search for Talent

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An explosive look at the NFL Draft from the inside out that exposes the multilayered feeding frenzy that swarms around America's top college players The Draft follows a handful of NFL hopefuls through the ups and downs of the 2004 college football season and the predraft process culminating with the 2005 draft Among the prospects are Virginia defensive end Chris Canty who overcomes a devastating early season knee injury to reestablish himself as a top draft hopeful only to suffer a detached retina in a nightclub skirmish; and Fred Gibson a talented. I found this book very interesting well researched and well written The book is all about the events leading up to the 2005 NFL draft The author spends time with college athletes getting ready for the draft agents trainers coaches scouts and family members If you've ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes in an NFL teams scouting department this book will provide answers I had no idea the depth of research that NFL teams do when they evaluate college football players I'd recommend this book to anyone who is an NFL fan

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Of power players and scouts from veteran agent Pat Dye Jr to Jerry Maguire clone Jack Scharf to the coaching divisions of Florida State University and the University of Virginia headed by longtime Bill Parcells disciple Al Groh Also central to the narrative are the Atlanta Falcons and executives Rich McKay and Tim Ruskell now with Seattle who use a character based evaluation system to set their draft board These parallel stories weave together culminating in draft weekend to create a gripping and fascinating look at a world few see from the inside. Meh Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming headed by longtime Bill Parcells disciple Al Groh Also central to the narrative are the Atlanta Falcons and executives Rich McKay and Tim Ruskell now with Seattle who use a character based evaluation system to set their draft board These parallel stories weave together culminating in draft weekend to create a gripping and fascinating look at a world few see from the inside. Meh

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But rail thin Georgia wide receiver who struggles to put on the weight needed to go over the middle in the NFLIt's a complex environment with college coaches attempting to protect their student athletes from exploitation while fully aware that they can only remain competitive if they attract NFL caliber players to their schools along with sports agents and NFL scouts trying to stay a step ahead of their competition These parties provide a multi angled view of the world of emerging NFL talent The reader follows the season through the eyes of a host. A fun and informative look at a year in the NFL player selection process through the eyes of several general managers coaches agents and college football players hoping to make it in the NFLIt would have been nice if the book examined the draft philosophies of teams and examined examples of why certain famous high draft picks failed and why certain players were taken late in the draft but because hugely successful I guess those could be considered outside the scope of the book thoughMy biggest problem with the book was the author's tendency to repeat himself The worst example was the 3 4 defense anyone who is reading a book about the NFL draft should know enough about football to know what a 3 4 defense is Still it's not unusual if usually unnecessary to explain such terms the first time they are mentioned When you explain it for the fifth time in the span of 300 pages it's annoying Annies War host. A fun and informative look at a year in the NFL player selection process through the eyes of several general managers coaches agents and college football players The Bread Bakers Apprentice hoping to make it in the NFLIt would Wizard for Hire (The Dresden Files Omnibus, have been nice if the book examined the draft philosophies of teams and examined examples of why certain famous Shot on Gold (Play by Play, high draft picks failed and why certain players were taken late in the draft but because Mythomorphia: An Extreme Coloring and Search Challenge hugely successful I guess those could be considered outside the scope of the book thoughMy biggest problem with the book was the author's tendency to repeat I Am Jane Goodall himself The worst example was the 3 4 defense anyone who is reading a book about the NFL draft should know enough about football to know what a 3 4 defense is Still it's not unusual if usually unnecessary to explain such terms the first time they are mentioned When you explain it for the fifth time in the span of 300 pages it's annoying

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