The University of Washington has had a number of great defensive linemen over the last few seasons make it to the NFL. Danny Shelton, Elijah Qualls, Vita Vea, and Greg Gaines have all been drafted out of Washington over the last five seasons. All those guys seem to fit the mold of huge, very athletic players who can plug up holes and at times get after the passer from the inside. The Huskies also have two more of those coming in Tuli Letuligasenoa and Sam Taimani, but we’ll save that for another time. Continue reading →
No matter who your CB1 is for the 2020 NFL Draft, I disagree. Whether you think it might be Jeffery Okudah, Paulson Adebo, or C.J. Henderson, you haven’t met the TRUE best corner in the nation. The only reason the entire country doesn’t know his name is because he’s been stuck in one of the deepest defensive backfields in the nation. Continue reading →
In part three of this series, not only are we going Pac-12 heavy, but these are the last three Pac-12 teams on the list. This will let you know which of these three players to watch for during those 1:00am starts for us east coast viewers (that was only a little bit sarcastic). These final parts are going to get knocked out real quick so enjoy the read that leads us right to the start of the College Football season. Continue reading →
The San Antonio Spurs are coming off a 48-34 campaign as the seven seed in the Western Conference. They enter the biggest offseason in recent memory with burning questions just like any other team in the league. With two selections in round one, San Antonio can afford to trade up if they so choose to or stay put. Whatever decisions are made will undoubtedly be viewed as franchise-altering for the foreseeable future. Here’s a peek at what the Spurs can accomplish this Thursday night in Brooklyn. Continue reading →
The double elimination, bracket play is underway, and, to no one’s surprise, it has been exciting so far. Saturday was the first day of the Bracket play and our first game pitted North Carolina against Oregon State.