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Ben 10: College football prospects to watch

in Deutsch in Medien und Literatur 04.03.2019 04:46
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in Week 5 Dakota Allen Cheap Derek Barnett Jersey , LB #40, Texas Tech (v. West Virginia, 12:00 PM EST, ESPN2)Texas Tech is rarely known for its defensive players, but Dakota Allen is a rare standout for the Red Raiders. The former “Last Chance U” star has changed his fortunes with strong play in Lubbock over the last two years, garnering All Conference honors last season. This Saturday, Allen and the Red Raiders enter into a potential shootout with the West Virginia Mountaineers.This game has the makings of a very high scoring affair, so every big play on defense will be critical. Allen will be tested by WVU’s air attack, and the coverage specialist could boost his profile by creating some turnovers that swing the game. - NatanDelvon Randall, S ,2# Temple (v. Boston College, 12:00 PM EST, ESPNU)Okay, so Rodney McLeod being injured sucks bigly. The Eagles were in need of a third safety even before McLeod’s injury, given the shaky play of Corey Graham and Tre Sullivan’s inability to garner significant reps. The answer might just be in the backyard.Randall’s had a shaky beginning of the year, but he’s widely respected in the Temple program for his leadership and film study. He’s got excellent ball skills and with great explosiveness to close on the catch point — but he needs to improve his mental processing to increase his range and become a true centerfielding safety. - SolakJuan Thornhill, S #21, Virginia (v. NC State, 12:20 PM EST, ACC Network)Yeah, another safety — had to be done! Eagles are going to be in the market for sure, and Thornhill is also a player who should be firmly on their radar. Thornhill’s a great player with a strong recruiting background, experience at cornerback, and a strong production profile. His headiness is zone translates really well to Philadelphia’s defensive scheme.Against NC State, Thornhill faces an NFL-caliber quarterback in Ryan Finley and a strong receiving corps to test him down the field. I’m looking to see him showcase a better tackling profile as a third-level defender, as well as survive in man coverage reps when they arise. - SolakHakeem Butler, WR #18 http://www.eaglescheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-nick-foles-jersey , Iowa State (v. TCU, 7:00 PM EST, ESPNU)Hakeem Butler has been a revelation for the otherwise anemic Cyclone offense. The junior wideout is averaging 21.21 yards per catch despite the rest of the team not even averaging 11 yards. Also, the 6’6” (!!!), 225 pound pass catcher has all three of Iowa State’s receiving touchdowns. He is a big time playmaker who can dominate at the catch point and create offense with the ball in his hands.Iowa State faces a TCU team coming off two straight big losses. The Horned Frogs will be looking for blood to recoup some national respect. Butler will be a key factor in keeping Iowa State competitive and he will have his hands full with a stingy TCU secondary. If Butler can keep his streak of big plays going against Gary Patterson’s defense, Iowa State could win an upset and Butler will keep rising in the ranks of college football receivers. - NatanMiles Sanders, RB #24, Penn State (v. Ohio State, 7:30 PM EST, ABC)No longer in the shadow of the 2018 number two overall pick, Miles Sanders has been Penn State’s catalyst on offense. After only rushing for 191 yards last year, the 5’11”, 215 pound junior is up to 495 yards and five touchdowns this year on only 71 carries. He is a shifty home run hitter and will be a huge factor in Penn State’s huge game against Ohio State.Ohio State has a few names on their defensive line who could hear their names called early in the NFL Draft over the next few years. Dre’Mont Jones and Chase Young are among the best college football has to offer and Miles Sanders will be tasked with running through them to help Penn State move the ball on Saturday. Running on Ohio State’s defense will do more than cement Sanders’ status as a legit NFL running back prospect. - NatanTe’von Coney, LB ,4# Notre Dame (v. Stanford, 7:30 PM EST, ESPN)If not for the blockbuster head-to-head between Ohio State and Penn State, no doubt would the Notre Dame/Stanford game be the talk of the week. Stanford is coming off a big win against Oregon while Notre Dame remains undefeated and ranked in the top ten. Stanford’s ground attack with Bryce Love and Cameron Scarlett remains their identity on offense, even with the emergence of their passing game. Te’von Coney is the man at the head of Notre Dame’s defense. The senior linebacker is a leader and playmaker for the Irish and he will be under the lights against the Cardinal rushing offense. Coney has been having a strong, but under the radar senior season, but it will be hard to keep the hype down with a big performance against Stanford. - NatanJJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR #19, Stanford (v. Notre Dame, 7:30 PM EST, ESPN)As my esteemed colleague remarked, Notre Dame and Stanford is a huge match-up. I’ll be up in the box for the game, and my eyes will go straight to the match-up on the outside between Arcega-Whiteside and Notre Dame corner Julian Love http://www.eaglescheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-corey-clement-jersey , a strong player in his own right.Arcega-Whiteside profiles as a downfield specialist who wins with physicality and strength to box out defenders, but has the route-running and athletic prowess to truly threaten all three levels of the field. He’s been rising all season long, and could work his way into Round 1 conversation with a big performance against a top flight defense. - SolakBen Burr-Kirven, LB #20, Washington (v. BYU, 8:30 PM EST, FOX)Yo, BBK played bananas last weekend. The undersized middle linebacker for the Huskies was flying around the field against Arizona State, playing with his characteristic physicality but still finding success despite his smallish frame. 20 tackles — and a ton of them were high-quality, too.Now, he’s got BYU in a very big game for the Huskies. BYU plays a more physical brand of football than Arizona State, so if this new look Burr-Kirven really can play with the big boys, he’ll have to prove it tonight against the Cougars. - SolakGreedy Williams, CB #29, LSU (v. Ole Miss, 9:00 PM EST, ESPN)This is the second time Greedy Williams has been mentioned by me in this series, and for good reason. The 6’3”, 190 pound defensive back remains one of the best players in the country. Despite offenses avoiding the redshirt sophomore in the passing game, Williams has still picked off two passes so far into the season. Williams will have his biggest challenge of the year against Ole Miss and their talented receiving duo of AJ Brown and DK Metcalf. The two receivers are NFL prospects in their own right, so no matter who lines up across from Williams, the match up will be must-see television. - NatanShawn Poindexter, WR #19, Arizona (v. USC 10:30 PM EST, ESPN2)Poindexter is a player I haven’t gotten eyes on yet, but I’ve been told he’s having a strong opening to the season. His 23.1 yards/catch is good for second in the Pac-12 and 10th in all of college football — and at 6-foot-5, 212 pounds http://www.eaglescheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-jalen-mills-jersey , he does have the profile to win as a downfield contested catch player.Poindexter’s up against Iman Marshall this weekend — he’s a big, physical corner who wins in the press for the Trojans. Being big and tall doesn’t mean much if you can’t get off of the line against NFL talent, so Poindexter has a big box to check in his battle with USC on Saturday night. - Solak Let’s get to the Philadelphia Eagles links ...2019 NFL Mock Draft: Jaguars trade Leonard Fournette for Nick Foles, Bengals replace Andy Dalton - CBS SportsOne problem here: I don’t think the Jags are going to give up No. 7 overall in exchange for Nick Foles. You could work out a deal where the Jags send No. 7 and No. 69 to the Eagles for Foles, No. 26 and No. 54 (the trade value basically makes Foles worth the 28th overall pick, which is probably a reasonably fair swap), but Jacksonville is going to likely lose high-end, expensive talent to free agency as a result of salary-cap issues.Jacksonville would like to use the seventh pick to either replace the talent or to secure another young quarterback for the long haul. How about we make both front offices happy instead? The Jaguars can send Leonard Fournette -- their former top pick and a very talented player who has struggled with injuries and hasn’t meshed well with the front office -- to the Eagles for Foles and a throw-in pick down the road. There are some contractual issues here that might hold things up on both ends. Foles is either going to have his option picked up or will be given the franchise tag and traded. So he won’t be cheap. Fournette isn’t cheap either -- he has a top-10 salary over the next two years at the running back position. Philly might not be willing to spend at the position, but Fournette is a better pass catcher than he gets credit for, and he could excel in Doug Pederson’s scheme. The Eagles were at their best with LeGarrette Blount and Jay Ajayi running downhill.2019 NFL Mock Draft Roundup: Eagles add interior pass rush - BGNSix out of nine picks are linemen. We all know the Eagles are not shy to invest premium resources in the trenches.Offseason Talk - Iggles BlitzThere is a feeling in the Tampa media that the Bucs could cut DE Vinny Curry and/or DT Beau Allen. Hmm. The Bucs are expected to play more of a 3-4 under Todd Bowles. That could make both guys expendable. If so, the Eagles could talk to one or both about coming back to add depth to the DL. While both players loved their time in Philly, price would be an issue. While neither player had a good season, they aren’t likely to come crawling back to the Eagles for peanuts. They’d want reasonable money. Keep an eye on this.Projecting which Eagles player is next to make the Pro Bowl - NBCSPAlshon Jeffery: His last Pro Bowl appearance was in 2013 when he was still with the Bears, but Jeffery clearly has the talent of a Pro Bowler, although his numbers in his first two seasons with the Eagles have been modest. In the two years, he’s averaged 61 catches, 816 yards and 7.5 touchdowns per season. Another year like that and he won’t be a Pro Bowler. But he played through a torn rotator cuff in 2017 and then missed three games to start 2018 because of it. If he can stay healthy and play a full season with a healthy Carson Wentz, there’s a good chance he could take a spot in the annual All-Star showcase.1-On-1: Joe Douglas - PE.comVice President of Player Personnel Joe Douglas joins Fran Duffy at the Senior Bowl to discuss what he’s seen from some of the nation’s top college prospects and what he’s looking for from this year’s stellar crop of underclassmen.10 Biggest Winners Of Senior Bowl Week - The Draft Network1. Penny Hart, WR, Georgia State. Nobody went from as unknown to as intriguing as Penny Hart, who eviscerated defensive backs for three straight days during practices. I called him my biggest winner of the week on the Draft Dudes podcast, and nothing has changed even though he had a quieter Senior Bowl game — his roster was filled with slot receivers.Best of Senior Bowl week: QB rankings, NFL draft risers, biggest takeaways, more - ESPN In$iderWhich prospects’ draft stock rose the most this week? Montez Sweat, DE, Mississippi State. At 6-6 and 252 pounds Cheap Nate Gerry Jersey , Sweat is an explosive speed rusher who is strong enough to go through offensive tackles and athletic enough to work the weave when they take away the edge. He is on the leaner and lighter side for a defensive end, yet he’s stout setting the edge against the run. He gets off the ball, he shoots his hands inside and he has the length (35鈪?#45;inch arms) to keep blockers off his frame.Bang for their Bucs: Wide Receiver, DeSean Jackson - Bucs NationOne could argue Jackson gave up on his team. There were times where it certainly appeared that way on the field, and on Instagram. However, looking at some of the usage numbers compared to the way other teams use receivers of similar talents, and maybe you can start to understand why he was so frustrated. Without stepping into the locker room, it’s hard to know exactly why his numbers became skewed in the way they did. No matter how you slice it, Jackson had more targets 20-yards or more downfield than he did 10-yards and less. For a receiver facing off coverage as much as Jackson does, those numbers shouldn’t be like that. Was it Winston? Was it Koetter? Was it Monken? We don’t know. I’d love to have Jackson on the Locked on Bucs podcast to discuss it - honestly and openly - but I don’t know that he feels there’s anything worth talking about. For now, we have the numbers and our perceptions.Valentine’s Views: The Kansas City Plan sounds like a winner - Big Blue ViewI have suspected for a while that the New York Giants would like to emulate that plan, and a report Saturday evening by Paul Schwartz of the New York Post confirms that “More and more, this appears to be the scenario about to unfold for the Giants.” There is a lot to unpack from Schwartz’s report. The upshot, though, is that if Schwartz is correct — and as well-connected as the veteran Post writer is there is no reason to doubt his reporting at all — Manning will be back in 2019. A highly-drafted heir apparent could well be alongside him. If the Giants can find that guy.Cowboys’ in-house OC search only shines brighter light on one of the biggest indictments of Jason Garrett’s tenure - SportsDayThe addition of Jon Kitna means there have been 19 coaches to work under Garrett on the offensive side of the ball in his eight full seasons as head coach. Name the assistants who have left his staff to oversee the offense of another NFL team. None. Former wide receivers coach Derek Dooley is currently the coordinator at Missouri. Garrett’s brother, John, was the coordinator at Oregon State and Richmond before landing a job as the Lafayette head coach. But not one assistant has left the Cowboys offensive staff for a better job in the NFL since Garrett has been the head coach.NFL owner’s superyacht catches the attention of a Presidential candidate - PFTWhen it comes to keeping up with the Joneses, Daniel Snyder continues to fall short. And the competition regarding which man has the biggest five-letter thing (yacht, or otherwise) has caught the attention of one of the umpteen candidates for the Democratic nomination for the Presidency in 2020. Elizabeth Warren has taken to Twitter to call out the Washington owner for his purchase of a very big boat. “This billionaire NFL owner just paid $100M for a ‘superyacht’ with its own iMax theater,” Warren said. “I’m pretty sure he can pay my new #UltraMillionaireTax to help the millions of yacht-less Americans struggling with student loan debt.”8 ways Saints fans are overreacting hilariously to NFC Championship loss to Rams - The FalcoholicAnd hoo boy, are they ever mad. Harry Connick Jr. is boycotting the Super Bowl and shared the mad online letter he wrote to Roger Goodell on Instagram. And a church in New Orleans is offering the opportunity for disgruntled Saints fans to work through their frustration by throwing a penalty flag during services on Sunday. But these fine folks aren’t satisfied with tossing flags around and being mad online. They’re also doing a bunch of absurd things in real life in their quest for justice, and today seems like a great time to revel in it and laugh at all of this ridiculousness.The Saints really didn’t need Sen. Bill Cassidy to argue on their behalf in Congress - SB NationIt was a Friday in Congress with no significant votes on the docket, just a discussion about sending money and weapons to the Middle East. The U.S. Government was in the midst of a shutdown — the announcement of our government’s temporary re-opening had yet to come. That made it the perfect possible time for one senator to ... pander to the home crowd with a little discussion about football. Yup. The growing wave of complaints of Saints fans cheated out of a Super Bowl 53 appearance crested to a logical escalation Friday. In the span of five days, New Orleans has leveled up from punched televisions to billboards to change.org petitions to class action lawsuits, and now, a debate on the floor of the United States Senate....Social Media Information:BGN Facebook Page: Click here to like our pageBGN Twitter: Follow @BleedingGreenBGN Manager: Brandon Lee Gowton: Follow @BrandonGowtonBGN Radio Twitter: Follow @BGN_Radio

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