Tag Archives: Florida

C.J. Henderson: 2020 NFL Draft Scouting Report

Alex Kielar | April 19th, 2020

C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida, #1

Height: 6’1″

Weight: 202 lbs

Eligibility: Juinor

Games Watched: vs Florida State (2019), Missouri (2019), LSU (2019), Georgia (2019), South Carolina (2019)

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Seattle Seahawks Pre Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Ethan Hewett   | March 10th, 2020 

The Seattle Seahawks had a much better season than most expected. Russell Wilson made miracles happen behind a lackluster offensive line, Tyler Lockett, and rookie receiver D.K. Metcalf. Even as the running game lost their top two running backs in Rashaad Penny and Chris Carson by season’s end, this team still put up a fight in the playoffs getting eliminated in the divisional round against the Green Bay Packers. Seattle put up a respectable 11-5 record in a solid season. Continue reading

Minnesota Vikings Pre Free Agency Seven Round Mock Draft

Dale Money  | March 4th, 2020 

Don’t expect the Vikings to be much of a player in free agency, as they are currently $700 thousand dollars over the cap, this according to Spotrac. With certain players they are going to want to re-sign and not a ton of cap space to spend, it’s going to take a lot of number crunching in order to get this all figured out.

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Damico’s Depository + Week 12 CFB Picks

Givanni Damico | November 16th, 2019

Welcome back to Damico’s Depository where I pick my locks to cover the spread in college football! Last week, I went 7-1 (Thanks, Wake Forest), bringing my year-to-date record to 29-22 (.569). A good week this week will propel me closer to my goal of .600. Let’s get into it.

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The NCAA Has A Scheduling Problem

Tyler Forness | November 13, 2019

Every year when it comes to playoff rankings, we talk about the non-conference schedule. While we talk about it being important, we also ignore our own opinions on that when it comes to how we rank and perceive teams when it comes to the playoff rankings. Consistently, we have some teams that are willing to schedule tough opponents every year, some who are willing to but never as a true road team, and some who refuse. Until we fix the method of scheduling in college football, we are never going to solve this.

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Damico’s Depository + Week 10 CFB Game Picks

Givanni Damico | November 2nd, 2019

I had an absolutely atrocious week last week. We’ll leave it at that since not many people saw my picks last week. I’m going to attempt to recover by giving you nine “locks” this week. Just a reminder, I am not a professional better and you shouldn’t bet your life savings on my picks. Anything can happen in football as we saw last week as most of my locks ended up not covering. If I can call myself out for doing well, I have to be able to admit when I was just wrong. 

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Damico’s Depository + CFB Week 9 Game Picks

Givanni Damico | October 27th, 2019 

Welcome back to my locks and game picks! Last week I went 4-4 on my locks, which is not ideal. That makes me 15-11 (.577) on locks so far this year. I’ve got eight more bets for you guys this week. Let’s improve on the last two weeks.

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CFB Game Picks Week 8

Givanni Damico | October 19th, 2019 

Welcome back to my weekly college football picks. Last week I went 35-14, an upgrade from last week. Check out my college football locks for some good bets for the weekend.

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Damico’s Depository: CFB Locks PLUS Week 7 College Football Game Picks

Givanni Damico | October 12th, 2019

Welcome back to my weekly college football game picks and locks! Last week, I went 7-3 on my locks (70.0% success rate for those who struggle with math). This week, I have selected eight games for Damico’s Depository segment of this article.

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College Football Game Picks: Week Six

Givanni Damico | October 4th, 2019

Welcome back to another week of game picks. Before you continue, check out my challenge to ESPN’s Chris Fallica where I picked 10 locks for this week. Let’s get into it.

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Weekly Gambling Picks

Daniel Corrigan | October 1st, 2019

Everyone likes free money. Sports gambling has swept the nation, and its time to take advantage of this expert mind (I’m 2-0 since I have been keeping record…..humblebrag.) I will be giving out my over of the week, my lock of the week, my underdog of the week, and my future bet. Let’s get rich.

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College Football Game Picks: Week Five

Givanni Damico | September 28th, 2019

CFB Game Picks

Welcome back to another week of picking the college football games. Let’s shoot for under 10 losses this week. 

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College Football Game Picks: Week Four

Givanni Damico | September 21st, 2019

Welcome back to another week of college football picks! I’m hoping to recover from a relatively poor week of picking last week after a great Week One. I’m picking teams to win, not to cover the spread. Let’s get into it.

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College Football Game Picks: Week Three

Givanni Damico | September 14th, 2019

Current Pick Record: 61-14

Last week was a pretty solid week. I went 55-13 with most of my losses being because I picked the underdog. My goal this week is to get under 10 incorrect. Let’s do it. Continue reading

Heisman Dark Horses

Tyler Forness | June 17th, 2019

At the beginning of every season, college football experts and fans compile a short list of candidates for the Heisman Trophy. Every list compiled will have any previous winner, finalist and breakout players from the previous year. Almost every season though, we have one or two finalists that come out of nowhere, including past winners Lamar Jackson, Johnny Manziel and Tim Tebow. In today’s piece, I will take a look at 3 players who could become the next Heisman winner to seemingly come out of nowhere. Continue reading

MLB Draft Preview: Riley Greene

Givanni Damico | June 1st, 2019

Riley Greene, OF (Hagerty High School in Florida)

Height: 6’1”
Weight: 191 lbs
Age: 18
Bats: Left
Throws: Left
MLB Pipeline Grades – Hit: 60 | Power: 55 | Run: 45 | Arm: 45 | Field: 50 | Overall: 55

Riley Greene is an outfielder from Hagerty High School in Florida. He is very athletic and strong with room to fill out. His swing from the left side of the plate is very sweet and fluid. While you won’t see him stealing 40 bases a year, Greene is still an advanced base runner with good instincts. Many scouts say that Greene has the best bat in this draft class. He was selected to play in the 2018 Perfect Game All-American Classic. Continue reading

MLB Draft Preview: Matthew Allan

Givanni Damico | June 1st, 2019

Matthew Allan, RHP (Seminole High School in Florida)

Height: 6’3”
Weight: 210 lbs
Age: 18
Bats: Right
Throws: Right
MLB Pipeline Grades – Fastball: 60 | Curveball: 60 | Changeup: 55 | Control: 55 | Overall: 55

Matthew Allan is a right-handed starting pitcher who attends Seminole High School in Florida. He has a strong build with room to fill out more. He pitches with a relatively slow delivery and a large leg raise. His pitching mechanics come naturally to him, requiring little effort. He pitches with more control from the windup as opposed to the stretch. His fastball is accurate and tops out at 97 miles per hour. As he continues to mature physically, he will probably be able to dial his fastball up to 98-99. He was selected to play in the 2018 Perfect Game All-American Classic. Continue reading

West Regional Quarterfinal Previews

Nick Popio| March 23rd, 2019

The breakdown of the West Region continues with a look at the matchups for this weekend. Trips to the Sweet 16 will be punched for 4 worthy teams who will attempt to knock out their respective opponents. Here’s a prelude of what will take place in the West Round of 32. Continue reading

Peach Bowl Preview

Nick Popio | December 29th, 2018

The New Year’s Six Bowl Extravaganza kicks off with the Peach Bowl in Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Florida and Michigan will clash for the third time in as many years. The Wolverines won both previous showdowns by substantial fashion. Now the Gators are strolling in after a 9-3 campaign riding a certain wave of momentum. Meanwhile Michigan enters as the favorite after getting trounced by rival Ohio State.

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