Luck and RG3 share March 22 Pro Day

Written by Gil Alcaraz IV on February 11, 2012

Luck Griffin

On March 22, NFL scouts will have a tough decision to make.


As it turns out, the two top quarterbacks in the 2012 draft class will be holding their pro day workouts on the same day: March 22.


Whether it’s coincidence or not, Stanford’s Andrew Luck and Baylor’s Robert Griffin III will both work out for scouts on the same day in hopes of displaying their value as NFL prospects.


The biggest thing that people will watching for is how many Indianapolis Colts representatives show up to each workout. The Colts currently hold the No. 1 pick in the draft and are expected to pick Luck. Griffin, however, hasn’t been shy in expressing his belief that he should be the top pick.


“As long as that door’s open, I’m going to keep trying to run through it,” Griffin said of being draft first overall. “And when (read more…)


Written by Aaron Aloysius on February 11, 2012

Official 2012 NFL Combine Invite List

Written by Gil Alcaraz IV on February 8, 2012

NFL Combine Logo

Here is the official 2012 NFL Combine invite list, including both seniors and underclassmen who will be attending.


The combine will take place in Indianapolis from Feb. 22-28.


Player School Camp # Pos. Acho, Emmanuel Texas LB01 OLB Adams, Joe Arkansas WO01 WR Adams, Mike Ohio State OL01 OT Alecxih, Chas Pitt DL01 DT Alexander, Frank Oklahoma DL02 DE Allen, Antonio South Carolina DB01 SS Allen, Dwayne* Clemson TE01 TE Allen, Jeff Illinois OL02 OT Anderson, Justin Georgia OL03 OT Anger, Bryan Cal PK01 P Asper, Mark Oregon OL04 G Baker, Edwin* Michigan State RB01 RB Baker, Ryan LSU LB02 OLB Ball, Mike* Nevada RB02 RB Ballard, Vick Mississippi State RB03 RB Barron, Mark Alabama DB02 SS Beachum, Kelvin SMU OL05 OT Benford, Tim Tennessee Tech WO02 WR Benjamin, Travis Miami (Fl) WO03 WR Bentley, Dwight LA-Lafayette DB03 CB Bequette, Jake Arkansas DL03 DE Bergstrom, Tony Utah OL06 (read more…)

BJ Coleman Shrine Game 2012

Written by Aaron Aloysius on February 7, 2012

BJ Coleman 10-15 170 Yards 1 TD

Jonathan Massaquoi – Mission Impossible

Written by Jimmy O'Brien on February 6, 2012


It’s a long road from Monrovia, Liberia to Lawrenceville, Georgia. And it’s an even longer road from the small practice field at Troy University in South Alabama to the big stadiums of the National Football League. But it’s not impossible. And a hard journey is a welcome friend for defensive lineman Jonathan Massaquoi, originally from West Africa, who has already gone from Butler County Community College freshman to solid NFL prospect in only three years.


Along the way, Massaquoi has amassed a slew of achievements and awards, including 39 sacks, 48.5 tackles for loss, and recognition as first team All Sun Belt Conference for both of his years at Troy. Now, Massaquoi looks to carry on the tradition established by his cousin, Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi, as well as fellow Troy football alums DeMarcus Ware and Osi Umenyiora, by making his mark in the NFL.


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Scouting Report: Riley Reiff

Written by Chad Davis on February 5, 2012


Riley Reiff



Position: OT School: Iowa Height: 6’6″ Weight: 300 lbs Class: RS-Junior 40 time: N/A All-Star Game: N/A Team Captain: No Draft Projection: Top Fifteen Pick




Riley Reiff is another in a long line of top-caliber offensive lineman from the University of Iowa. Like the others before him, Reiff is a blue-collar blocker who is fundamentally sound, hard working, and plays with the aggressiveness that most NFL scouts drool over. While there are some flaws in his game, Reiff strikes me as a day-one starter in the NFL, and should be able to man the left tackle position for a team for many years. Playing at a premium position so many teams crave, Reiff should hear his name called within the first 15 picks in the NFL Draft.


Pass Blocking


Reiff is technically solid in pass protection, using his natural (read more…)

Eric Page: Rocket Man

Written by Jimmy O'Brien on January 31, 2012

Eric Page3


“There is always a next step.”


With these words, University of Toledo’s Eric Page ended his decorated college career and entered the 2012 NFL Draft. It was a career littered with accomplishments and awards. With 306 receptions in 3 seasons (and the NCAA record in sight), Page was not only a finalist for this year’s Paul Hornung Award, given to the game’s most versatile player, but also a 2010 first team All American kickoff returner, who also returned punts, was used in the running game, and threw 4 TDs. Page is the definition of ultra-productive, saving his best season for last, being named 1st team All MAC at 3 positions, recording 125 receptions, and ripping through Ohio State’s defense for 12 catches, 145 yards, and 2 TDs.


As for the next step, Page projects as a versatile slot receiver and dynamic return man. At 5’ (read more…)

New Two Round Mock Draft

Written by Ryan Lownes on January 29, 2012

New Mock Drafts

1. Indianapolis Colts


Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford


A no-brainer pick for the franchise in the midst of a massive overhaul. The Bill Polian-Peyton Manning era is officially over in Indianapolis and whether Manning remains the starter or not, the future of the Colts will depend on the success of the Stanford prodigy. There won’t be any suspense surrounding the first pick in April, this one is already set. 2. St. Louis Rams


Matt Kalil – OT – USC


Many experts feel this pick will be up for sale with teams pushing hard for the next highest ranked signal-caller, Robert Griffin III. If the Rams keep this pick, they will be using it to aid Sam Bradford. Many expect the team to seek out a true #1 wide receiver here, but Oklahoma State’s Justin Blackmon is not in the elite Calvin Johnson/A.J. Green league. No (read more…)

Senior Bowl Diary: Day 4

Written by Mike Daneshgar on January 26, 2012


Senior Bowl Diary: Day 1


Senior Bowl Diary: Day 2


Senior Bowl Diary: Day 3



Today at the Senior Bowl can be described with 3 blurry pictures:





After a tornado warning and torrential downpour, practices went inside and essentially boiled down to walkthroughs. In other words, very little scouting.


Fortunately, I got onto the escalator at the same time as a man who as it turns out is the agent for the hot ticket of the week, Joe Adams. We struck up some good conversation and he altered my perspective on the “greed” of the sports agent industry. While he may be an expert at buttering people up as part of the job, he seemed to genuinely care about the well-being of Joe Adams – his one and only client this draft.


After hearing (read more…)

Senior Bowl Diary: Day 3

Written by Mike Daneshgar on January 25, 2012


Senior Bowl Diary: Day 1

Senior Bowl Diary: Day 2


Today at the senior bowl was quite an eventful day. Keeping with my trend of having no trend with my Senior Bowl reports, I’m going to break up my overall impressions by squads because today the experience in each was vastly different.




Maybe it was because it is the morning practice, but the North side’s Day 3 was a bit of a snoozer. Instead of spending time showcasing player talents, the Vikings coaching squad spent a majority of the time doing walk-through.


The signal callers were consistently sloppy, with the exception of Kirk Cousins. He had a very good day, arguably the best quarterbacking performance that I have seen this week. Cousins was especially adept at finding the spaces in the zone defenses. There was nice pace on his throws and he seemed (read more…)

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