NFL Draft

UCLA D-Lineman Kenny Clark Announces He's Headed To NFLUCLA defensive tackle Kenny Clark plans to skip his senior season to enter the NFL draft.
USC Linebacker Su'a Cravens Declares For NFL DraftUSC linebacker Su'a Cravens has announced he will skip his senior season to enter the NFL draft.
Top 5 NFL Rookies To Make Biggest Impact In 2015The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had the first overall selection in the draft, and used it on Florida St. quarterback Jameis Winston. However, Winston is not on our list of the top-5 rookies who will have the largest impact on the field this season.
5 Memorable Moments From The First Round Of The NFL DraftHere's a look at some of the most memorable moments from the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft.
Jets Select USC's DT Leonard Williams With 6th Overall Pick In NFL DraftThe New York Jets added another big playmaker to its formidable defensive line.
5 Biggest Storylines Of The 2015 NFL DraftThe most important day of the NFL season begins on Thursday night in Chicago as the NFL Draft finally gets underway.
USC Receiver George Farmer Enters NFL Draft EarlySouthern California receiver George Farmer has decided to skip his senior season to enter the NFL draft.
USC's Javorius Allen Will Jump To The NFLJunior running back Javorius "Buck" Allen will enter the NFL Draft this spring, forgoing his senior season with the Trojans, USC announced on Saturday.
USC WR Nelson To Enter 2015 NFL DraftUSC wide receiver Nelson Agholor announced Saturday that he will join Leonard Williams and skip his senior season to enter the 2015 NFL draft.
USC's 'Big Cat' Williams Ready For Likely Coliseum Farewell Against Notre DameLate in the penultimate practice of Southern California's regular season on the beguilingly sunny Wednesday before Thanksgiving, Leonard Williams picked up a walk-on tailback and body-slammed him to the turf.
NFL Chooses Chicago Over Los Angeles For 2015 DraftThe 2015 NFL draft will be held in Chicago, the league announced Thursday.
LA Times Writer Sam Farmer Predicts NFL Draft Is Coming To Los AngelesLA football fans have been waiting for nearly 20 years to bring back the NFL back to the second largest market in America.

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