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Pitt’s Boyd charged with DUI in traffic stop

Written by News Team on June 16, 2015

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Pitt’s Boyd charged with DUI in traffic stop …read more


Oakman given Day 2 grades by spring scouts? – Shawn Oakman | BAY

Written by News Team on June 16, 2015

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Baylor redshirt senior edge rusher Shawn Oakman received day two grades from spring scouts, according to Tony Pauline. …read more


Dismissed Bama RB Jones drops to JUCO level – Tyren Jones | AL

Written by News Team on June 16, 2015

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Dismissed Alabama redshirt sophomore RB Tyren Jones will play at Hutchinson (Kansas) Community College next season. …read more


SDSU bans 5 for first six games of season

Written by News Team on June 16, 2015

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SDSU bans 5 for first six games of season …read more


LB Durant sentenced to 2 years of probation – Davon Durant | AZS

Written by News Team on June 15, 2015

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Arizona State LB Davon Durant was sentenced Monday to two years of supervised probation. …read more


Florida OL Rod Johnson retires from football – Roderick Johnson | UF

Written by News Team on June 15, 2015

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Florida redshirt sophomore OL Rod Johnson has retired from football due to a spinal condition. …read more


2016 NFL Draft Trait Based Scouting: Connor Cook (QB, Michigan State)

Written by Ryan Dukarm on June 15, 2015

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There are many ways to scout talent for the NFL, with numerical scales, athletic metrics, character evaluation, advanced statistics and film study all playing their part in the evaluation process. The way I (and many others) go about scouting players is through trait-based evaluation. I am a disciple of the Scouting Academy, run by former NFL scout Dan Hatman, and this is where I was introduced to the idea of the trait-based evaluation system. I highly recommend his course to anyone looking to improve their ability to evaluate football players of any level.

Every position has a set of traits that are important to the success of the player in becoming a top competitor at any level. In this series, I will publish a scouting report on players at different positions and evaluate how their traits stack up to NFL standards. The strengths and weaknesses section does not contain all of the traits for (read more…)


2015 SEC Media Days schedule released

Written by News Team on June 15, 2015

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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

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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

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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


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