When it comes to evaluating college players, NFL teams look at all sorts of things. The biggest factor, of course, is talent. No matter the level, or the sport, talent will typically outweigh anything else. Another thing that's considered, but doesn't always carry as much weight, is production. It makes sense. Just because a guy catches a lot of passes, or makes hundreds of tackles at the college level doesn't mean it's going to translate to the next level. If you hadn't noticed, there's somewhat of a difference in the level of play between the NFL, and a conference like the MAC. But what if production at the college level was the best indicator of success in the NFL. What if production trumped all?