Tuesday NFL Draft links to click

ESPN.com - Vernon Gholston receives walking papers -- again
Former sixth overall pick Vernon Gholston has officially become one of the biggest NFL Draft bust of all time after being released by the Bears. As Rich Cimini writes, he's failed as a 3-4 OLB, 3-4 DE and now as a 4-3 DE. Time to put that degree in consumer affairs to good use.

National Football Post - Top Big East senior prospects: Defense
Wes Bunting rates West Virginia pass rusher Bruce Irvin as the best draft-eligible player on defense in the Big East. Among the five players rated, three are Mountaineers.

Sporting News - Alshon Jeffery, Michael Floyd best of wide receiver class
It's interesting that Russ Lande ranks Notre Dame's Michael Floyd ahead of Justin Blackmon of Oklahoma State. Anyone else think the same?

CBS Sports/NFL Draft Scout - A scout's fall football itinerary
Chad Reuter lists some of the best games to check in onto see NFL Draft prospects. We're going to be doing a lot of game previews this season at MtD. This story is a quick preview of a few we're going to touch on.

The Eagle Tribune - Shawn Loiseau is a football player, not a philosopher
NFL scouts have been checking out the Merrimack College senior linebacker Shawn Loiseau. Last season, Loiseau had 75 solo tackles.

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