Officials Make Mockery of Detroit-Dallas Game

January 5th, 2015

DPI

J.D. Wenzel

DETROIT, Mich.- It’s time to party like it’s 1991, Lions fans. For the first time since 1992, the Detroit Lions have won a playoff… wait, what? Did I get the wrong team?

You’re telling me, the team that scored 14 points in the first quarter and led by 10 at halftime lost the game? Alright, well let me fix that. Read the rest of this entry »


Offensive Tackle Big Board

January 3rd, 2015

These are the initial rankings as of 1/2/15. The grades will be edited in as they are finalized, and there is flexibility to the board as the staff here evaluates more games of more players. Read the rest of this entry »


Running Back Big Board

January 2nd, 2015

These are the initial rankings as of 1/2/15. The grades will be edited in as they are finalized, and there is flexibility to the board as the staff here evaluates more games of more players.

All grades will be finalized by April 15


Quarterback Big Board

January 2nd, 2015

These are the initial rankings as of 1/2/15. The grades will be edited in as they are finalized, and there is flexibility to the board as the staff here evaluates more games of more players.

Ratings will be finalized by April 15


Prospect Preview: Fiesta Bowl

December 31st, 2014

Jay Ajayi

Paulo Figari

Arizona vs Boise St.

Two programs with historic backgrounds will be looking to finish off their seasons on a high note. Both programs surprised many because of their elite performances throughout the year. With highly touted prospects like Scooby Wright and Anu Solomon for Arizona and Jay Ajayi for Boise St. However, Wright and Solomon wont declare because they are sophomores With that being said there are still several prospects that scouts and GM’s should be watching. There aren’t any top level/elite prospects but there are intriguing day 2 and day 3 guys to be selected. Here are a few… Read the rest of this entry »


Prospect Preview: Music City Bowl

December 30th, 2014

Notre Dame vs LSU

Paulo Figari

In a battle between two historic universities, Notre Dame and LSU will face head to head in a highly anticipated bowl game. Both teams had underwhelmed late into the season but both showed plenty of promise throughout which is especially impressive considering these two teams boast some of the youngest teams in the nation. Both teams bolster some really high level talent that every should be watching with a keen eye. Both teams had dominated their opponents mostly in the trenches this year and should be a fun battle to watch. Here are some of the prospects you should keep an eye on. Read the rest of this entry »






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