LOS ANGELES, CA FEBRUARY 20: Former NFL safety Darren Sharper, with his attorney Blair Berk, pleads not guilty to charges of allegedly drugging and raping a pair of women he met at a West Hollywood nightclub, in a Los Angeles Superior courtroom February 20, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. Sharper’s bail has been increased from $200,000 to $1 million. (Photo by Bob Chamberlin-Pool/Getty Images)

(SP) – NFL Network announced the addition of former Pro Bowler Darren Sharper to its broadcast team for this weekend’s NFL Draft to break down the techniques and potential of prospects as they commit sexual and domestic assaults against women.

“This is really an unprecedented crop of impressive young men who have stripped women of their dignity and used them as sexual objects, or punching bags in some elite cases,” said Tina Kendrick, vice president of talent for the NFL Network. “And what better way to get inside of their heads then a legend in the area of dehumanizing fellow human beings than the great Darren Sharper?”

Sharper, who made five Pro Bowls and won one Super Bowl ring and was given an 20-year prison sentence last year for drugging and raping at least 16 women in four states, has taped individual interviews with prospects such as Ohio State’s Gareon Conley, Michigan’s Jourdan Lewis, Florida State’s Dalvin Cook and Florida’s Caleb Brantley, among others.

“I was truly blown away by the dedication of these guys in their preparation to become professional football players,” Sharper said in a statement relayed through federal authorities. “Back when I was in college, I was still making rookie moves, like preying on mostly conscious women through overpowering acts of force. Some of these guys are already pleasuring themselves on limp female bodies filled with nearly lethal levels of alcohol, or in some cases, striking them so hard that they have no idea where they are. The game has really changed.”

Sharper’s segments during the draft coverage will mirror the quarterback film sessions on ESPN with legendary coach Jon Gruden, except the conversations will exclusively deal with destorying the lives of innocent women.

“I am truly inspired by a guy like Joe Mixon of Oklahoma. This guy is already a monster,” Sharper said in the release. “But these guys still have a lot to learn. Through the NFL, you really have an amazing amount of access to the types of things that take your predatory game to the next level: things like Ambien, Xanax and Valium. But I’m impressed. I truly think some of these guys could be sitting next to me someday.”