I noticed your reports were a little lighter towards the end. Not a critique, just an observation. I know the feeling, after a while you feel like you're saying the same things about different prospects, and the detail and analysis you offer up in your first reports just goes by the wayside.
80 is a good number to be at. My hope was that if we could get 4-6 people to do that much of a workload (or twice as many doing half), then we could end up at a similar number as we have this year without one person feeling the need to do 300+. There will never be a day, time willing, I would ever be satisfied with doing only 80. My goal for the past few years has always been to get a look at the Top 100 or so prospects, but since you never have a clue who those people are in September, you basically have to watch at least twice that number just to probably get the 60-80 seniors that will make up that group, which doesn't include all of the underclassmen.
But I would love to see a day where I'd only have to do 80 scouting reports and get as comprehensive coverage as we have. I think we've hit on every player that is projected to be a 1st or 2nd round pick. At least in using PFW's projected draft chart, these are the only players projected to go in the first 3 rounds that aren't included. And with exception of the 2 receivers, I think their projections are off a bit:
QB Armanti Edwards, Appalachian State
WR Taylor Price, Ohio
WR Andre Roberts, The Citadel
CB Myron Lewis, Vanderbilt
DT Mike Neal, Purdue
Oh yeah they did lol. I pulled an all-nighter and just couldn't quite think about it as critically anymore. I just got burned out lol.
But yeah I probably could have written one on Mike Neal, I just didn't watch him as much as I would have liked.
I think we did a good job overall though. I'm glad I got the reports done that I got done last night, even if they burned me out lol.