Originally Posted by whoman69
All their either of them really do is to try to guess where these players should be drafted.
And that's the most difficult part because teams often change their boards up until the last minute.
It's not like they routinely predict that fifth rounders will be first rounders or vice versa.
The thing that most hurts guys like Mayock, Kiper, etc. is that they don't have the same access to the players as the actual teams themselves, i.e., independent psych exams, medical info, aren't in the room during the interview process, etc.