Established in 2002, the NFL Draft Bible was created by Ric Serritella with the intent to deliver cutting-edge content by dependable independent scouts. As the NFL Draft has grown into the second most-watched sporting event in America (47.5 million viewers in 2019) behind the Super Bowl, the NFL Draft Bible has evolved into the most trusted source for accurate draft information, as ‘The Leading Authority on the NFL Draft,’ used by all 32 NFL teams.
The NFL Draft Bible pulls back the curtain on the NFL Draft process by providing insider access to subscribers with behind the scenes access, interviewing thousands of athletes, coaches, trainers, agents, teams, school administrators and family members each year, as they attempt to identify the top prospects in the land.
Over the past two decades, NFL Draft Bible has built an industry network that extends to professionals all over the world, including NFL teams, pro leagues such as XFL and CFL, agents, trainers and mainstream media outlets. The NFL Draft Bible has been featured on ESPN, USA TODAY, NBC Sports, CBS Sports, FOX Sports, Sports Illustrated, Lindy’s, Yahoo! Sports, YES Network, WFAN and numerous affiliates in various countries.
An early adaptor to technology, the NFL Draft Bible produced the first ever livestream video show (2007), in addition to the first ever live podcast (2008) on location from the NFL Draft and were trailblazers during the startup phase of YouTube generating exclusive video content.
In 2019, the NFL Draft Bible became the official scouting service used by the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl, a college football all-star event that allows players to showcase their talents in front of over 200 pro scouts, with representatives from all 32 NFL teams. The staff at NFL Draft Bible are proud members of the Pro Football Writers Association (PFWA), Football Writers Association of America (FWAA), National Football Foundation (NFF) and reaches nearly 100 million users annually.