Andrew Harbaugh | Aug 21st, 2019
Jim Nagy and the incredible staff down in Mobile have released their watch list of players who will make the trip to the Senior Bowl in January.
With the season starting this Saturday, it is perfect to look over to see some of the names that the staff will be watching this upcoming college season. Continue reading
Andrew Harbaugh | July 18th, 2019
Yesterday we had the joy of having my top five wide receivers being released, which can be found below, today though we round out the skill positions and the positions you fantasy players care about.
The wide receivers rankings released yesterday went over pretty well. Most people have the same top three across the board they just may have them in a different order. Tyler Johnson being in the top five I think calmed many Gopher fans but I don’t think Corey Davis comps put everyone at ease. That being said the beat goes on! Continue reading
Andrew Harbaugh | July 16th, 2019
Yesterday we had the joy of having my top five quarterback rankings released, which can be found below, that was just the start of this scouting frenzy.
Alex Kielar | May 23rd, 2019
J.J. Bleday, OF (Vanderbilt)
Weight: 205 LBs
2018 Stats: .368/.494/.511, 4 HR, 15 RBI, 23 SO, 31 BB
2019 Stats (as of May 22, 2019): .358/.461/.748, 25 HR, 68 RBI, 45 SO, 45 BB
Hit: 55 Power: 55 Run: 40 Arm: 60 Field: 50 Overall: 55
Jeffrey Joseph “JJ” Bleday is a junior outfielder at Vanderbilt University. He was born November 10, 1997, to Raymond and Kathy Bleday in Danville, PA. Bleday earned letters in baseball all four years in high school, while also lettering twice in golf and swimming. He holds six swimming records at his first high school, Titusville High School in Titusville, PA. After his freshman and sophomore years at Titusville, Bleday transferred to A. Crawford Mosley High School in Lynn Haven, Florida for his junior and senior years.
Andrew Harbaugh | January 19th, 2019
In a game where some of the talent was recommended by Matt Miller of Bleacher Report, the NFLPA will be having there Collegiate Bowl. It is a game that falls under the severe shadow from the Shrine game and Senior Bowl as far as the college all-star games go. That doesn’t mean it doesn’t deserve to be watched.