Matt Waldman has just released his 2011 Rookie Scouting Portfolio, his annual definitive guide to dynasty rookie drafts. Read on for more information from Matt about this year’s edition as well as how to purchase your copy.
We hold Matt’s opinion in the highest regard. He is a person of the highest character and integrity and his football knowledge jumps off each page. Not only does he want to share what he sees, he shows all of his work and teaches about the game of football and film study. We are happy to help him spread the word about his labor of love, and we hope that you find it as useful in your dynasty leagues as we do.
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The Rookie Scouting Portfolio
I am Matt Waldman, a staff writer at Footballguys and author of the long-running fantasy column The Weekly Gut Check. Welcome to the Rookie Scouting Portfolio, the result of my depraved obsession with game film analysis of NFL prospects.
Whether you’re looking for a great cheat sheet on rookies, magazine-length draft primer on skill players, or you prefer a mountain of raw material to form your own opinion, the RSP is designed for anyone interested in NFL prospects QB, RB, WR, and TE.
My views of prospects are often different (and frequently more accurate) from the consensus. I believe this is a result of my detailed analysis based on extensive film study of each player without focusing on a player’s projected draft stock and the method I use to study them.
I believe the RSP is one of the most in-depth, well-conceived, draft resources specifically tailored around offensive skill players that you will find, because it’s based on what matters most: how a player performs on the field of play. At only $9.95, you get 859 pages of in-depth material online for the cost of a newsstand magazine. Order now.