With the NFL combine underway, our friends over at Scouts Inc. have done quite an impressive job putting together a list of grades for the top prospects leading into the draft.
Take a look at their rankings for:
For a quick overview on Big East players, here are some that were highlighted:
In the category of competitiveness/toughness for receivers, Rutgers receiver Mohamed Sanu ranks No. 4 . He also is listed in the Top 10 among most draftable receivers. UConn receiver Kashif Moore didn't get a draftable grade, but he was invited to the combine.
UConn center Moe Petrus is listed as the No. 3 center in the toughness category. Pitt guard Lucas Nix has the highest draftable grade among Big East offensive linemen. Desmond Wynn of Rutgers and Petrus also got draftable grades as well. Petrus wasn't invited to the combine.
Syracuse tight end Nick Provo received a draftable grade, ranking right around the middle of all tight ends available.
In the power/balance category for running backs, Darrell Scott of USF is ranked No. 3. Isaiah Pead of Cincinnati also received a Top 10 draftable grade. Scott did receive a draftable grade as well, but it wasn't very high.