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2015 SEC Media Days schedule released

Written by News Team on June 15, 2015


2015 SEC Media Days schedule released …read more

2016 NFL Draft Prospect Preview: Iowa State Cyclones

Written by Mitch Militello, Analyst on June 15, 2015


Iowa State is historically known as a basketball school, and recently it has been no different. With their basketball program still on the rise, their football program has only managed five wins in the past two seasons combined. Now as the Cyclones head into the 2015 season, they look to make a small step forward in the high-flying Big XII. However, reaching the desired six wins to become bowl eligible will be a struggle this season. Here is a look at some of the draft-eligible players coming out of Ames this season. (Asterisk denotes underclassmen)

Quenton Bundrage, WR, 6020/192

  • 3-star recruit out of Palmetto, Florida and Manatee High School

Earned his role as “the guy” in the Cyclones offense in the summer leading up to the 2014 season but unfortunately tore his ACL in the first series of the season opener. He’s an outside receiver only with (read more…)

Zierlein: Deshaun Watson will wreck the ACC – Deshaun Watson | CLE

Written by News Team on June 15, 2015


After studying the top college QBs, NFL Media’s Lance Zierlein believes Clemson sophomore QB Deshaun Watson “is going to wreck the ACC.” …read more

DJ: Jaylon Smith’s play is a teaching tape – Jaylon Smith | ND

Written by News Team on June 15, 2015

Jaylon Smith

NFL Media’s Daniel Jeremiah called Notre Dame junior LB Jaylon Smith’s game against Stanford “a teaching tape.” …read more

CB Dean ruled ineligible for the 2015 season – Jamel Dean | AUB

Written by News Team on June 14, 2015


Auburn freshman CB Jamel Dean was informed by the NCAA that he must sit out this season and take a redshirt. …read more

QB Brisset draws comp to Colin Kaepernick – Jacoby Brissett | NCS

Written by News Team on June 14, 2015

Jacoby Brissett

NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter compares North Carolina State redshirt senior QB Jacoby Brisset to Colin Kaepernick. …read more

Snyder compares QB Delton to a young Roberson – Alex Delton | KSU

Written by News Team on June 14, 2015


Kansas State HC Bill Snyder compared true freshman QB Alex Delton to a young Ell Roberson this spring. …read more

2016 NFL Draft: Big-Time Backers, Reggie Ragland (Alabama)

Written by Mitch Militello, Analyst on June 13, 2015


This week for Big-Time Backers, I take a look at Reggie Ragland, the impact Linebacker from the University of Alabama.

Reggie Ragland

Senior LB #19

HT: 6020 WT: 252


  • Originally from Madison, Alabama and Bob Jones High School where he put together a highly productive career as an Inside Linebacker. A very highly ranked recruit (4 star), he chose Alabama over multiple offers including Auburn and Florida. In his freshman and sophomore seasons (2012, 2013) he served as a backup and was also a special teams’ stud. Last season (2014) he took over as their starting Mike Linebacker where he proved that he was one of the nations top college backers, finishing with All-SEC First Team honors and as a semifinalist for the Butkus Award.


  • Large, big-bodied Middle Linebacker. Pretty athletic guy with smooth movement ability but average speed. Needs to add more (read more…)

2016 NFL Draft Quick Look: Small School QB’s, Part 2

Written by Chad Dinkins on June 11, 2015


While I was looking at small school quarterbacks, it was difficult to only pick five that I liked so I decided to turn it into a two part series. There is plenty of talent in the lower collegiate levels with a lot of good football being played.  One thing that I noticed was how many schools have multiple-year starters who have had success since they got onto campus. These check marks are important when looking for that late round prospect. You don’t want to waste a pick.

These five quarterbacks are not below the quarterbacks in part one, as there was no order set.  After looking at over thirty quarterbacks, these ten stood out the most and I am certain I didn’t find all of them yet.

Alex Ross

2014 Stats: 154 rushes/691 yards/9 TDs; 271 of 422/3389 yards/20 TDs/7 INTs

Ross is coming off another efficient season in (read more…)

Aaron Mannicci’s Early Look at the 2016 NFL Draft’s Running Back Class

Written by Aaron Mannicci, Analyst on June 9, 2015

Credit: Tim Heitman (USA TODAY Sports)

1. Ezekiel Elliot, Ohio State* 

Ezekiel Elliot became a household name during Ohio State’s championship run last season, and is primed for an even bigger junior campaign as the Buckeyes look to repeat with another loaded roster on campus in Columbus. The six-foot, 225 pounder possesses a rare combination of size, speed and quickness between the tackles to go along with vision that is among the best in the nation. Elliot finds openings and reads defenses as well as any ball-carrier in this class, and it really isn’t all that close. The Missouri native is a shifty, slippery back, and consistently makes poor tacklers pay the price.

Elliot possesses all of the traits that NFL teams covet at the running back position, and his production down the stretch in 2014 speaks for itself. Topping last season’s 1,878 yard and 18 touchdowns won’t be easy, however a very productive junior (read more…)

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