Prospect Preview: Shane Carden

June 17th, 2014

ECU QB Shane Carden. (Photo from News-Observer)

By Jeff Risdon, @JeffRisdon

East Carolina has one quarterback already in the league, as Falcons backup Dominique Davis is a former Pirate. His successor in Goldsboro, Shane Carden, figures to join him in 2015.

Carden is a Houston native who honed his craft under the tutelage of former Texas Tech QB B.J. Symons. For those familiar with the Red Raiders offense, his influence is readily evident. Carden would fit right in the line with Symons, Taylor Potts or Graham Harrell.
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Cal Scouting Preview

June 17th, 2014

By Darren Page

The third preview from the Pac-12 disappoints in terms of quality players. With the exodus of underclassmen, Cal is a very young team at this point. Players are listed alphabetically. Read the rest of this entry »

$.05 on Chris Houston

June 13th, 2014

(Photo by Mark Cunningham/Getty Images)

Jeff Risdon, DLD Editor

Normally I use this format for my Sunday pieces at RealGM, but it fits too well here to not plagiarize my own creation.

The Lions released cornerback Chris Houston today, and subsequently used the freed up cap room to sing first round pick Eric Ebron. Here is the official statement from the team: Read the rest of this entry »

2015 Wide Receiver Preview

June 12th, 2014


Deontay Greenberry is ready to make some noise. Photo from

Josh Keatley

The 2015 wide receiver class does not look as deep as the one we just saw, but there should be plenty of star power. Right now the top guys at this position look like Green- Beckham, Cooper, and Greene; but this position is guaranteed to change drastically throughout the season as it usually does. Last year stars like Mike Evans and Kelvin Benjamin saw their stocks drastically rise throughout the season. Receivers are tricky to predict, but these are the guys that have impressed the most up to this point. 

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Arizona State Summer Scouting Preview

June 12th, 2014

Taylor Kelly, from Matt Kartozian-US PRESSWIRE


Darren Page

Arizona State’s senior class is on the weaker side of Pac-12 teams with the departure of a talented group of players to the 2014 draft. They will still be an exciting team in 2014, as always. Players are in alphabetical order.

Jamil Douglas, OG

Douglas is the player to watch in the trenches for Arizona State. He was a second team All-Pac-12 performer in 2013 and will transition from left guard to left tackle to replace outgoing Evan Finkenberg. 2014 will be his third year as a starter. Read the rest of this entry »

Lions 53-man Roster Prediction

June 6th, 2014

Jeff Risdon, DLD Editor

Two weeks of OTAs are in the books, which means we have a better grasp on the fate of the final roster. It’s still pretty early for a certain guess, but confidence is high that we already know about 48 of the final 53.

Here’s how I see the final roster breaking down, as of June 6th. Read the rest of this entry »

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