Aaron Aloysius is a man of many talents, one of which is creating our outstanding Prospect Video Clips. This week, Aaron added clips of Cameron Heyward (Ohio State DE) vs. Gabe Carimi (Wisconsin OT) and Jake Locker (Washington QB) vs. Arizona State. You can see all of our Prospect Video Clips on the Videos page at the link below.
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Jake Locker vs. Arizona State
Cameron Heyward vs. Gabe Carimi
It has been revealed today that North Carolina players Greg Little and Robert Quinn have been ruled permanently ineligible by the NCAA. According to an NCAA investigation, both Little and Quinn were ruled ineligible for violations of NCAA agent benefits, preferential treatment and ethical conduct rules. According to the report, Little accepted $4952.00 in benefits, including diamond earrings and travel expenses to Washington D.C., the Bahamas and two trips to Miami. Quinn reportedly received $5642.00 in benefits, including two black diamond watches, matching earrings and travel expenses for a trip to Miami. The NCAA ruling stated that not only did Quinn and Little received illegal benefits, but both were untruthful about receiving these benefits during official NCAA interviews. This raises some possible character concerns for both Quinn and Little, who will be heading into the NFL Draft in April. Quinn has been projected as a possible top 5 selection in Keep Reading…
Position: FS School: Alabama Height: 6’2" Weight: 206 lbs Class: RS-Sophomore 40 time: -.–
Redshirt sophomore safety Robert Lester of Alabama is this week’s Bronko Nagurski Defensive Player of the Week. Lester was instrumental in Alabama’s come from behind road win against SEC rival, Arkansas. Lester racked up seven tackles and two interceptions in the victory. His second interception was returned to the Arkansas 12 yard line, leading to the game winning touchdown for Alabama.
The Bronko Nagurski Trophy will be presented to the best defensive player in college football on Dec. 6. Last year, Nebraska DT Ndamukong Suh was the recipient of the end of season award.
Position: QB School: Auburn Height: 6’6" Weight: 250 lbs Class: RS-Junior 40 time: -.–
Redshirt junior quarterback Cam Newton of Auburn led his team to a come from behind victory against SEC Rival and 12th ranked South Carolina this week. As a result of is performance, Newton was named the Davey O’Brien Quarterback of the Week. Newton finished the game 16 of 21 for 158 yards and 2 touchdowns while rushing for 176 yards and three touchdowns in the win.
Other quarterbacks receiving votes this week were; Trey Burton (Florida), Austin Dantin (Toledo), Andrew Luck (Stanford), Kellen Moore (Boise State), Terrelle Pryor (Ohio State), Pete Thomas (Colorado State), Scott Tolzien (Wisconsin) and Russell Wilson (North Carolina State). During the first eight weeks of the season, a subset of The O’Brien National Selection Committee will name The O’Brien Quarterback of the Week, given to Keep Reading…
…a new kind of message board experience.
Sure, there are a lot of independent draft web sites out there. The most successful of which have popular and active message boards. If you’ve started a message board for your own site, then you know there’s nothing harder than bringing in users and keeping the board active. Here at Draft Breakdown, we’ve come up with a way to help compete with some of the major sites. We’ve recently brought together some of your favorite NFL Draft sites and joined our efforts to create a joint venture called the NFL Draft Co-Op Message Board. Here, all sites are created equal! Site publishers are able to freely promote content from their individual sites in any thread, without the fear of having their posts deleted. Site publishers aren’t just “allowed” to do this, they’re expected to. Publishers each provide links to their own websites Keep Reading…