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NDT Scouting announces live 2017 NFL Draft Coverage

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NDT Scouting announces live 2017 NFL Draft Coverage

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NDT Scouting’s senior staff, Director of Scouting Kyle Crabbs and Assistant Director Joe Marino, will be partaking in live web streamed analysis of the first and second nights of the 2017 NFL Draft along with their partners from FanRag Sports. Kyle and Joe will be live in FanRag Sports’ Phoenix based studio. Joining them is FanRag NFL editor of content and emcee John Owning to provide pick by pick analysis of every selection throughout the course of Thursday and Friday night.

Feeds for the analysis will available both at FanRagSports.com and NDTScouting.com. There, fans will be able to follow along with the analysis that Joe, Kyle and John discuss about each selections of the 2017 NFL Draft as they happen. The NDT Scouting senior staff each conducted their own personal assessments on the 2017 class; bringing 300+ prospects of knowledge to discuss. Consumers on social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter and Periscope will also be able to view the live feed on their mobile devices. NDT Scouting has delivered a brand new product to provide a wealth of knowledge for the NFL Draft. Adding a live video broadcast during the Draft is an exciting next step in continuing to make NDT Scouting a required stop for any draftnik or NFL fan.

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The remainder of the NDT Scouting staff: National Scouts Roger Dixon, Scott Biscoff, Eliot Crist and Jon Ledyard, will be readily providing written analysis on the website as selections are made. The 2017 NFL Draft begins on Thursday, April 27th with the first round and culminates on Saturday, April 29th with rounds four through seven.

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Kyle Crabbs

Kyle Crabbs is the founder/Director of Scouting of NDT Scouting Services, a member of the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) and the lead NFL Draft analyst for the FanRag Sports Network.

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