Welcome to SetMyRoster. There are many ways to compete for fantasy football titles. Our way is scouting and watching film. That starts with scouting players in college as well as following their progress in the NFL.
About the Fantasy Scouting Profiles:
Confession. Reading scouting reports bore me. I dislike the unnecessary technical scouting jargon used to describe a player. That’s why our scouting profiles are written in a simplistic and descriptive manor. Our only objective is to paint a visual picture of a player. If you’ve never seen the player play before, after reading his profile, you are able to form an understanding of what type of player he looks like on the football field. And it can be done without going into painstaking detail and without describing his “ankle flexion” or “stiff hips”. Then we take those traits seen on film and project the player’s abilities and convert them into fantasy points.
About the NCAA Futures article:
Same thing here. Who wants to read about a player’s hip turn week in and week out? No one. During the college football season, we take notes on players that stand out on film every Saturday. We take those raw notes and post them into article form based on the games and players we’ve had the opportunity to watch. This way you can follow along and get a sense of the talent pool of the upcoming draft. You won’t find many sources that provide this type of college football coverage with fantasy football in mind.