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7-Things For Detroit: Part II.


2. Pats Draft- Updated 7-Things for the Draft:

Arizona State Vs Washington: Set your DVR ESPN 10:30 

Tonight to see my favorite Offensive Player in this Draft: N’Keal Harry.

#1 N'Keal Harry- WR, 6-4, 213- He was phenomenal against Michigan State. He might have been the best offensive player in college in week Two. Great release of off the snap. His inside release gets him wide open behind the CB, which brings safeties over, and opens things up for Teammates inside.

Nice inside move, with a nice sudden burst down the numbers. He will also start slow, and the increase his speed smoothly down the sideline. He can also give a shimmy and break free inside. He has some quicks running short patterns. He has elite suddenness for a 6-4 WR.

He looks the part. The announcers compared him to Julio Jones, and I dig it. He won't run a 4.3 like Julio, but he looks like a 4.4 guy to me.  He has that knack for getting open deep, and he broke off that pattern and caught it short for his 2nd catch. Good fighter on the edge blocking. He has the size, and he can put the CB on skates.

#59 Quinn Bailey- 6-6, 315, ORT, Rr-Sr- Not sure he is an NFL prospect.

Overview: Expects to play a prominent role on the offensive line after starting the majority of the games as a junior. Great height and size and has the versatility to play at guard or tackle, having played both positions in his career.

Redshirt Junior (2017): Started nine games at right tackle, showing vast improvement in his movement and technique. Helped the Sun Devil run blocking scheme improve to the 34th highest graded group in the country according to PFF last season, after ranking 69th in 2016

Appeared in all 13 games on the offensive line, primarily at right tackle.

#5 Manny Wilkins- 6-3, 197, QB, Rs-Sr- He is a QB who can look terrible in the 1st, but he seems to get better as he plays. He is one of those QBs, like Brady, who needs to get a hit before he can relax. Good feel for the rush, and can move in the pocket for extra time, and then complete the pass. Tries to keep the option too much. He has the arm, but doesn't always have the accuracy. He has some clutch in him. Shakes his head at his teammates too much. Overthrows the WRs way too much. He has to learn to take a little off more.

Overview: One of the most prominent quarterback prospects to come to ASU. Brings elite athleticism and unparalleled leadership to the quarterback position. Wilkins now has 5,599 passing yards in his career, good for 10th among all quarterbacks in ASU history. His 12 career rushing touchdowns are fourth among quarterbacks in ASU history behind Mark Malone (21), Danny White (14) and Taylor Kelly (13). Broke the school record for most consecutive pass attempts without an interception at 192 dating between the end of his freshman campaign and the first half of last season, breaking Rudy Carpenter’s previous school record of 149 from the end of 2005 to 2006.

Redshirt Junior (2017): Received Pac-12 Honorable Mention distinction: Completed 260-of-410 (63.4%) passes for 3270 yards and 20 touchdowns. Finished the season with a 142.6 QB rating. Averaged 251.4 yards per game, starting all 13 games for the Sun Devils.




#99 Dougladson Subtyl- 6-4. 238, DE, Rs-Sr-

Overview: Possesses a unique blend of speed, mobility and power. Remains fluid and loose while utilizing his tall frame and long arms. Great timing and utilizes his arsenal of pass rushing moves that gives that him the ability to become a top pass rusher at the collegiate level. Started playing football only a few years ago as a teenager after his family moved to the United States from Haiti.

Redshirt Junior (2017): Appeared in four games during his first season at Arizona State. Made two tackles serving as a reserve defensive lineman and playing on special teams.

#95 Renell Wren- 6-5, 295, NT, Rs-Sr- Great explosion off the snap. He can knock the OC straight back onto his butt in short yardage. He looks like an athlete, not a typical Nose Tackle.

Overview: High-impact defender with great height and versatility. Capable of playing multiple defensive positions along the defensive line. Will vie for time along the defensive line during the 2017 season.



#21 *Taylor Rapp- 6', 200, FS-  He is a terrific quick Strong Safety in the Bubba Baker mode. This is his third season starting in a very talented secondary. He is the star of the Secondary. This cat can hit like a runaway bus.

2018: In a start against Auburn in the season opener, finished with four tackles ... made three tackles, including two sacks, and recovered a fumble in the Husky win over North Dakota ... four tackles, including a sack, and two fumble recoveries in the win at Utah.

2017: Played in all 13 games, starting 12 ... named to the Academic All-Pac-12 first team ... also earned first-team All-Pac-12.

#7 JoJo McIntosh- 6-1, 205 SS, -

2017 All-Pac-12 Second Team.

2016 Honorable Mention Academic All-Pac-12.

2018: In a start vs. Auburn in the season opener, finished with seven tackles ... three tackles in a start vs. North Dakota ... five tackles in the win at Utah.

2017: Started all 13 games at safety ... earned second-team All-Pac-12 ... started the Huskies' season opening win over Rutgers, finishing with five tackles ... one stop in Washington's win over Montana ... one tackle and a pass break-up in the Husky win over Fresno State ... made four tackles in the Colorado game.

#99 *Greg Gaines-  DT/NT, 6-2, 322, - Nice inside player. He can find the QB inside when he takes off. He is a redshirt junior.

2017 All-Pac-12 Second Team. 2017 Academic All-Pac-12 Second Team. 2016 Academic All-Pac-12 Second Team. 2016 Honorable Mention All-Pac-12.

2018: Five tackles in a start against Auburn in the season opener ... two stops in the win over North Dakota ... named the coaches' lineman of the game for the UND game ... three tackles, including a nine-yard sack, in the win at Utah ... won the coaches' lineman of the week award for the second week in a row after the win over the Utes.

2017: Started all 13 games ... named to the Academic All-Pac-12 second team ... also earned second-team All-Pac-1.

#29 Connor O'Brien- 6-3, 224, OLB, Rs Sr-

2017: Played in all 13 games, starting twice ... made four tackles, including one-and-a-half for a loss, in the Huskies' season opening win at Rutgers ... also saw action in Washington's win over Montana ... one stop in the Husky win over Fresno State ... two tackles in the Colorado win ... made one stop at Oregon State ... one tackle, for a loss, in the Arizona State game ... on tackle in the win over UCLA ... four tackles, including half of a tackle for loss, in the 38-3 win over Oregon ... one stop at Stanford ... two tackles in the win over Utah ... started the WSU game, making one stop against the Cougars ... recorded four tackles against Penn State in the Fiesta Bowl.


#72 Trey Adams- OLT, JR, 6-8, 320- He has a shot to be the first OLT taken. "He brings a different energy. Today we were doing a drill and I was at left guard and he was at left tackle, and I was setting someone and he came in and just blasted him. I was like, 'Holy crap! Trey’s back!' It’s so good to have him back," Washington OL Henry Roberts said. "In spring ball, he was coaching me up and coaching everyone from off the field. Now that he’s on the field, he brings a bigger presence. When you know you’re going into a bar fight with Trey Adams, you feel a lot more comfortable." If he stays healthy he is a lock to go in the First.

However, he didn’t stay healthy. He didn’t even get on the field. I have dropped him out of the 1st Round. He has to comeback soon. But even if he does, I don’t think I would Draft him in the 1st anymore.

#58 Kaleb McGary- 6-7, 318, ORT- He has the size. Now he just have to prove that he has the NFL talent. He did not slid over to OLT with Adams injured last season or this season. Can’t play on left side?

2017 All-Pac-12 First Team.

2018: Has started at right tackle in all games so far this season.

2017: Started all 13 games at right tackle ... earned first-team All-Pac-12 ... named the UW coaches' lineman of the game for the win at Colorado ... shared the Earle T. Glant Tough Husky Award at the UW postseason awards banquet.

#3 Browning- QB, JR, 6-3- Veteran QB who is as tough as it gets. He does throw the ball well through pressure. He throws a beautiful pass down the seam. He reminds me of Nathan Peterson. He can take the vicious hit, and complete the next pass on 3rd down.

He is smart, and as tough as it gets. He throws the ball as well in traffic as he does when the pocket is empty. He has that toughness. He can go one through three in progression. Good eyes on the field and knows when to dump it off.

But he is not an elite athlete. He does not have an elite arm. He is a goo athlete with a good arm. But he will hang in there for his team. He is a 3 to 5 year developmental guy that is teams take it slow with him he could develop into a starter.

2018: Against Auburn in the opener, went 18-for-32 for 296 yards, one interception and one touchdown ... went 23-for-37 for 313 yards, two interceptions and two touchdowns, with 21 yards on five carries, in the win over North Dakota ... 14-for-24 for 155 yards, one interceptions and a touchdown pass, along with a touchdown run, in the win at Utah.

2017: Started all 13 games of the 2017 at quarterback ... named to the Academic All-Pac-12 second team ... honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... broke UW career touchdown passes record, finishing his junior season with 78.

#79 Coleman Shelton- OC, 6-4, 297, SR/3- 

#9 *Myles Gaskin- RB, 5-10, 191, JR/3- He is a very productive little back. I don't know how he does it. But he scoots past everyone with great speed and agility. I don't know if he can do it on the next level. I'm not sure I would take him, but he is fun to watch.

He has some power in his thighs, and can run through tackles. He has very strong legs. Runs lower to the ground than anyone. He reminds me of David Meggett.  Nice hop cut inside and outside. He runs real low, and can break a tackle with his legs and balance.

Nice cut back runner. They like him to run against the grain. Great weapon out of the backfield. Nice job curling against the grain, and using his feet to make a guy miss on the second level. Looks like a nice Day Three RB for a Zone Blocking scheme.

#88 Drew Sample- 6-5, 259, TE,  - He is a big blocking TE similar to Dissley. He hurt his ankle last season. He is a good blocker, but not much speed in pattern to get open.

2018: Two receptions for 36 yards in a start against Auburn in the season opener ... three receptions for 25 yards in a start against North Dakota ... started in the win at Utah.

2017: Played in 10 games, starting eight of them ... earned Academic All-Pac-12 honorable mention ... started the Huskies' season opening win over Rutgers, finishing the game with career highs in receptions (3) and yards (63) ... also started against Montana ... missed the Fresno State, Colorado and Oregon State games ... returned to action in the win over Cal ... started in the Arizona State game, where he had a five-yard catch.

Miss ST VS Kentucky: Set your DVR ESPN 7:00 

Tonight to see my favourite Defensive Player in this Draft: Josh Allen.

#1 *A.J. Brown- WR, 6-1, 225, - 

2017: Selected to numerous All-American teams, receiving second team laurels from Phil Steele and third team recognition from the Associated Press ... Tabbed First Team All-SEC by the league coaches, AP and Phil Steele, while pulling in second team honors from Athlon ... 1-of-10 semifinalists for the Biletnikoff Award (11/13) ... 2017 recipient of the C Spire Conerly Trophy (best player in Mississippi) ... Broke the Ole Miss record for single-season receiving yards ... Tied the single-season school record for receiving touchdowns ... Led the SEC and ranked 10th in the nation in receiving yards ... Also led the league, ranking 11th in the nation, in receiving touchdowns ... Became only the third receiver in Ole Miss history to go over 1,000 in a season ... Caught the third most passes in a single season in Rebel history.

#5 DaMarkus Lodge- WR, 6-1, 225, - 

2017: Started all 12 games as a wide receiver ... Led the Rebels in yards per reception, ranking second on the team in total receiving yards ... Seven touchdown catches was good for a tie for second most on the team ... vs. South Alabama (9/2/17): Caught a career-high two TDs off a career-high five catches for 51 yards ... Had a career day vs. UT Martin (9/9/17): Hauled in six catches for 133 yards and a score, including a 28-yard TD reception.

#14 **DK Metcalf- WR, 6-4, 225, -  Spring 2017: Had four catches for 98 yards and a score in the Grove Bowl.

2016: Scored touchdowns in each of his first two college games ... Broke his foot against Wofford and missed the last 10 games of the season ... Earned first letter ... vs. #4 Florida State (9/5/16): In his college debut, had one catch for a 3-year touchdown in which he impressively tipped the ball to himself over a defender in the back corner of the end zone ... vs. Wofford (9/10/16): Had a 10-yard touchdown catch before going down with a foot injury ... Member of the 2016 signing class.

#74 *Greg Little- 6-6, 325, -

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2018 Outland Trophy Watch List.  2018 Preseason All-America First Team (The Athletic, Sporting News). 2018 Preseason All-America Second Team (AP, Lindy's, Phil Steele, Athlon). 2018 Preseason All-SEC First Team (Lindy's, Athlon, Phil Steele). 2017 All-SEC Second Team (AP, Coaches, Phil Steele). 2017 Week 12 SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week.

2017 (SOPHOMORE): Tapped as second-team All-SEC by all major outlets ... Named to the Pro Football Focus SEC Team of the Week three times, earning a spot on the national team once ... Started all 12 games at left tackle.

#50 Sean Rawlings- 6-5, 293, OL/OC,-

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2018 Rimington Trophy Watch List. 2018 Preseason All-SEC Fourth Team (Athlon). 2017 Rimington.

2017 (JUNIOR): Rimington Trophy Watch List ... Played and started in 11 games at center in 2017 ... Pass protected for Ole Miss offense that led SEC in passing ... Got the start at C in game one vs. South Alabama (9/2/17).

#79 Javon Patterson- 6-3, 310, OLG/OC-

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 2018 Wuerffel Trophy Watch List. 2018 Preseason All-SEC Second Team (Lindy's). 2018 Preseason All-SEC Third Team (Athlon).

2017 (JUNIOR): Member of SEC Football Student-Athlete Leadership Council ... SEC Community Service Team ... Played and started in all 12 games for the Rebels on the offensive line ... Pass protected for Ole Miss offense that led SEC in passing ... Wuerffel Trophy Watch List (Premier Award for Community Service) ... AFCA Good Works Team nominee ... Earned the start at LG in the season opener vs. South Alabama (9/2/17).

#19 Markel Winters- 6-3, 252, DE,-

2017 (JUNIOR): Played in 11 games ... Ended year with five total tackles, 1.5 TFL, one pass breakup and one QB hurry ... Made his Rebel debut in the season opener vs. South Alabama (9/2/17): Credited with one pass breakup ... Made his first career tackle vs. LSU (10/21/17) ... vs. Arkansas (10/28/17): Had one TFL and a QBH ... Made two tackles, including 0.5 TFL in the win at Kentucky (11/4/17) ... Saw the field but did not record a stat in the win over Louisiana (11/11/17) ... Had one tackle against Texas A&M (11/18/17) ... Participated in the Egg Bowl win at No. 14 Mississippi State (11/23/17).

#28 Cameron Ordway- 5-11, 189, SS/LB,-

2017 (JUNIOR): Played in all 12 games for the Rebels ... Recorded eight total tackles, one pass breakup and one QB hurry ... Saw time in the season opener vs. South Alabama (9/2/17): Made one stop ... Also saw the field vs. UT Martin (9/9/17) ... Saw playing time at Cal (9/16/17) ... Also played at Alabama (9/30/17) ... Saw extensive playing time at No. 12 Auburn (10/7/17) and made three tackles ... Finished with a pass breakup in the win over Vanderbilt (10/14/17) ... Saw the field vs. LSU (10/21/17) ... Made two tackles vs. Arkansas (10/28/17) ... Had two solo tackles in the win at Kentucky (11/4/17) ... Had one QBH in the win over Louisiana (11/11/17).

#36 Zedrick Woods- 5-11, 203, SS,-

2017 (JUNIOR): Played in all 12 games, starting in 11 ... Fourth on the team in tackles with 64 ... Also had 1.0 TFL, four pass breakups and one QB hurry ... Got the start at SS in the season opener vs. South Alabama (9/2/17): Made three tackles and had two pass breakups ... Tabbed to Pro Football Focus SEC Team of the Week for his performance ... vs. UT Martin (9/9/17): Made six tackles, all solo ... at Cal (9/16/17): Credited with seven stops, including six solo tackles and one pass breakup ... Had a career day vs. Alabama (9/30/17), making a career high 12 tackles including nine solo stops ... Second-leading tackler vs. Auburn (10/7/17) with seven total tackles including one TFL ... vs. Vanderbilt (10/14/17): Had two tackles ... Finished with eight tackles (5 solo) vs. LSU (10/21/17) ... vs. Arkansas (10/28/17): Had seven tackles including five solo stops ... Did not record a tackle in the win at Kentucky (11/4/17) ... Credited with two tackles in the win over Louisiana (11/11/17) ... Had five tackles and one pass breakup vs. Texas A&M (11/18/17) ... Tallied five tackles and one QB hurry in the Egg Bowl win at No. 14 Mississippi State (11/23/17) ... Preseason All-SEC fourth team.

#41 *Josh Allen- OLB (Jr., 6-3, 262)- He is one of the quickest I’ve seen changing direction. “I think he’s really taken it to another level,” Kentucky HC Mark Stoops said. “He’s been very conscientious, working extremely hard to be very detailed in all aspects of his game.” Nice job using his hands to fight off blocker.

He does not let blockers hold his shirt. “I started learning about Bud [Dupree] and Za’Darius [Smith] and all them,” Allen said. “Randall Cobb, I didn’t know he went here. I had to learn.” I just love how he sets the edge.

Then sheds the TE and slices inside to get the RB behind the line. He just waits on the backside like a snipper, and then crushes the RB whenever he tries to cut back. Great smarts on defence. He reminds me so much of Khalil Mack.

#7 *Mike Edwards- 6', 200, SS,-

#35 *Denzil Ware- 6-2, 245, OLB-

#6 Lonnie Johnson- 6-3, 206, CB,  (Sr.)-

#34 Jordan Jones- LB, 6-2, 221, (Sr.)-

#21 Chris Westry- CB, 6-4, 195, (Sr.)-



#26 *Benny Snell- 5-11, 223, RB,-

#87 C.J. Conrad- TE, 6-5, 253- Nice job getting to the 2nd or 3rd level and blocking the safety. Terrific wham blocker.

#71 *Logan Stenberg- OLG, 6-6, 318, (Jr.)-  


Holy Crap! We got some good ones today. The two guys whose talent shocked me this season are playing big games today. I think both Josh Allen and N'Keal Harry are top 15 picks in this Draft. Phenomenal football players, who have that trait that I always look for: they look like they more quicker, faster, and smarter than everyone else on the field.

There are a ton of guys in this year’s Draft who have that trait on the D-line, like we have never seen: Bosa, Oliver, Clelin Ferrell, Christian Wilkins, Rashan Gary, Josh Allen, etc. But not so much on offense. Harry really stood out to me the past two weeks. He might be my highest rated Offensive player in this Draft. I mean, non-QB of course.

So this is a great week to be tuning in Pats fans. Missouri and QB Drew Lock will be playing that Georgie defense this week. Also, West Virginia and QB Will Grier will be playing as well. They have to start developing a QB who can play after the GOAT goes.

WVU Vs Kansas ST:

#11 *David Long-  LB, RS-Jr, 5-11, 221,- He had 15.5 TFL, so he has that knack for reading it fast and getting through the LOS to make the tackle. Small speed LB, who will have to make a team as a special team guy first.  

2016 (r-Fr.): Has played in 13 career games with 10 starts. Finished with career-high 11 tackles, including a career-high eight assisted tackles and one tackle for loss vs. Miami in the Russell Athletic Bowl. Recorded four tackles vs. Baylor. Had six tackles at Iowa State. Finished with nine tackles against Oklahoma. Had a career-best 10 tackles with his second career sack for a loss of four yards at Texas. Posted three tackles against Kansas. Recorded three tackles at Oklahoma State. Had four total tackles, including a sack vs. TCU. Notched a career-best five tackles and assisted on a tackle for loss at Texas Tech. Made his first career start and had a TFL for a loss of six yards with three solo tackles against Kansas State. Recorded two tackles against BYU. Had four solo tackles in his career debut against Missouri.

#7 Will Greer- 6-2, 214, RS-Sr, QB- He has played a lot of college football. He transferred from FLA, so you know he was a high recruit. He actually started six games as a Redshirt Freshman at FLA, and played well. But then he tested positive for drugs and was banned from the team.

He sobered up, and transferred to WVU. "He's not a guy who's going to wow you with his athleticism," a scout said. "But he will probably be a solid starter." He plays in that wacky spread offense.

He didn’t want to leave FLA, but found a home in WVA. "The place I'm in now is great," Grier said-. "It makes a lot more sense." He stands out to me, because he said he tries to copy everything that Brady does, so we know he is smart.

2016 (r-So.): Sat out to fulfill NCAA transfer requirements.

2015 (r-Fr.): Florida: Played in six games and started five

Completed 106-of-161 passes for 1,204 yards, 10 touchdowns and three interceptions. Long completion of 77 yards. Season-high 283 yards against Tennessee. Threw for 200 or more yards in three games and 250 or more yards in two. Finished with 20 or more completions in three games. Completed multiple touchdown passes in four games

Had 36 carries for 116 yards and two touchdowns with a long of 38 yards. Threw for 271 yards on 24-of-29 passing and four touchdowns in win against Ole Miss. Completed 20-of-33 passes for 208 yards against Missouri. Had 283 yards on 23-of-42 passing and two touchdowns against Tennessee with a long of 63 yards.

2014 (Fr.) – Florida: Did not see any game action and redshirted

Enrolled in January.

#13 David Sills- WR, 6-4, 203,-He is a converted QB. He left WVU to play QB at a CC, but them came back tot play WR. Which he is clearly better at. He garnered 18 TDs last season as a giant Red Zone WR.

But he only garnered 980-yards receiving. “It is important to me to finish what I started in the classroom and help our program win a Big 12 championship,” Sills said. “WVU holds a special place in my heart, and I am looking forward to seeing what this team can accomplish next year.” He has put being a QB behind him.

He is now a top WR in college football. Some have him as an easy 1st. He is a terrific talent who size and athleticism is very unique. He now just has to show that he completely gets at WR.

WVU Bio: Returned to West Virginia after playing one season for coach Gifford Lindheim at El Camino College. Enrolled at WVU in January. 2016 (So.): El Camino College. Completed 127-of-237 passes for 1,636 yards and 15 touchdowns in 2016. Rushed for 258 yards on 96 carries with five touchdowns. Went 20-of-29 for 248 passing yards and four touchdowns against Bakersfield

Southern California Football Association All-Central League Second Team (2016).

2015 (Fr.): Became a key member of the receiving corps in the second half of his freshman season at West Virginia in 2015

Finished with seven catches for 131 yards and two touchdowns in seven games. Caught the game-winning touchdown on a 15-yard reception with 2:19 remaining against Arizona State in the Motel 6 Cactus Bowl.

#71 Dalton Risner- OLT, RS-Sr, 6-5, 300,- He is a big time Vet. He could slip into the 1st with a great senior season. But he is more likely a Day Two pick. He has played multiple position at Kansas ST. So he has experience on the right side and inside at OG.  

Overview: One of the top returning offensive linemen in the nation who is coming off an All-American season... Has started 38 career games, including each of his last 25 at right tackle... Will continue to lead the line and lock down the right tackle spot while helping lead the entire offense... A three-time team captain, one of just five players in school history to lay that claim.

2017: Started all 12 regular-season games at right tackle as he was named a First Team All-American by Pro Football Focus and earned second team honors from Also picked up First Team All-Big 12 accolades from the league’s coaches and Associated Press... Graded out at a 90.3 mark during the regular season according to Pro Football Focus, including a 98.9 mark on pass blocking efficiency to tie for the fourth highest among FBS tackles... Allowed only three quarterback pressures according to Pro Football Focus, the fewest among 2018 draft-eligible tackles... Led the Wildcats to a tie for third place in school history in rushing yards per carry (4.98), while they finished seventh in program history with 2,584 total rushing yards... A First Team Academic All-Big 12 performer who was also a member of the AFCA Good Works Team... A member of the preseason watch lists for the Outland Trophy and Wuerffel Trophy.


#8 *Duke Shelley, CB, Sr., 5-9, 180,– He is a Day Three Nickel guy. He has started 30 games is could be a good Day Three pick for someone.

Overview: A mainstay at cornerback – starting 30 games over the past three seasons – who is looking to end his career on a high note... Will maintain his starting spot while helping tutor younger secondary players... Enters senior season tied for fourth in school history in career interception-return touchdowns (2)... Voted a team co-captain for the 2018 season.

2017: Started all 12 of his games played, ranking fourth in the Big 12 with 13 passes defended en route to Honorable Mention All-Big 12 accolades from the league’s coaches and third-team accolades from Phil Steele... Finished fifth on the team with 56 tackles to go along with 4.0 tackles for loss, a sack, two interceptions and a forced fumble... Tallied the second pick-six of his career and carded three total passes defended at Texas Tech as he earned Big 12 Defensive Player of the Week accolades... Recorded a season-high seven tackles at both Texas and Kansas... Also had two pass breakups against the Jayhawks... Registered his first-career sack in the season opener against Central Arkansas... On the preseason watch list for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy.

#51 *Reggie Walker- DE, RS-Jr, 6-2, 246- He was Freshman of the year in 2016. He was not as good last season. He is likely to stay in school for his Senior Season.

Overview: An athletic defensive end who has logged 23 starts over his first two years... Should keep his starting job while looking to taking his game to another level in 2018... Voted a team co-captain for the 2018 season.

2017: Started 12 games played, totaling 36 tackles, 6.0 tackles for loss and a pair of sacks as he earned Second Team All-Big 12 accolades from the league’s coaches... Registered 12 tackles, 4.0 TFLs and 2.0 sacks over a two-game span against Kansas and Texas Tech... Logged a career-best seven tackles against Oklahoma and Texas Tech... Forced a fumble against TCU and blocked his first-career field goal against Baylor... On the preseason watch lists for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy and Ted Hendricks Award.


Georgia Vs Missouri:

#11 **Jake Fromm- 6-2, 220, - I love how he gets it out quick. He lofts up a great long ball. He will step out in front of the RB and block on option run, not smart. He is not eligible to be drafted for another year or two.

#5 Terry Godwin- 5-11, 185, WR, Senior- He has the speed that causes PI calls. Very reliable catcher. He can catch the ball in a crowd. Doesn't loose concentration when he knows he is going to get hit.

#4 *Mecole Hardman-  5-11, 183, Jr-  He is better when he uses his speed, and just goes. He’s a sprinter not ta thinker. He will juke and fake himself out sometimes. But he when can just run, he finds a lane and guys just can't catch him.

#18 *Isaac Nauta- 6-4, 246, TE, Junior- He can turn and knock the blitzing OLB right off his feet. Doesn't give much in the pass game. He can line up in the slot and get open at the marker on a little In.

#7 D’Andre Swift - 5-9, 215, RB, -

2018: Started in season opener vs. Austin Peay and rushed eight times for 43 yards and a TD...also caught four passes for 33 yards.

2017: Played in all 15 games, starting in the first Auburn of three offensive Newcomers of the Year, as given at team's post-season awards's third-leading rusher with 618 yards and its fourth-leading receiver with 17 catches for 153 yards...the Bulldogs' top rusher twice: vs. Missouri and again in the SEC Championship Game vs. Auburn...his 64-yard TD dash early in the 4th quarter capped scoring in the latter statistical effort came vs. Mizzou, when he gained 94 yards on just six carries, including a season-long 71 yard run.

#53 Lamont Gaillard- 6-2, 288, OC, Rs-Jr, -

2018: Has started all three games thus far at center.

2017: Appeared in 15 games, starting all 15 at center...Winner of the Own the Trenches award after spring drills...recipient of the Quinton Lumpkin Football Scholarship.


#18 Deandre Baker, CB, Senior- He can really cut off the WR at the marker on 3rd down. He does a good job hitting the WR right after the ball arrives and knocking him off his feet. He is so good at arriving when the ball arrives. He does a good job cutting off the sideline and forcing the WR out of bounds. He got beat up a bit covering the tiny waterbug Deebo Sweeney. He got called for a terrible PI early, and he did grab shirt on the second.

#52 *Tyler Clark- 6-4, 300, DT, Junior-

2018: Has started all three games thus far...has seven total stops, with one tackle for loss, one batted-down pass and one QB pressure.

2017: Played in 14 games, with 12 starts, including the last 10 contests...had 41 total stops, including 6.0 for lost yardage, 2.5 sacks and six QB pressures...matched career high of five tackles in each of the two CFP contests, including two stops for lost yardage and one sack for a loss of nine yards vs. Oklahoma.

#20 *J.R. Reed- 6-1, 194, S, Rs-Jr - He charges up fast and right into the RB outside. He is a great tackler. He flies by teammates and takes the ball carrier down. He makes a lot of tackles without any teammates behind him.

2018: Has started at safety in all three games thus far and has 10 tackles, fourth-most on the team...Georgia's leading tackler with six total stops in season opener vs. Austin Peay...had a tackle for loss and an interception (his third as a Bulldog) at South Carolina.

2017: Started in all 15 games...ranked 2nd on team with 79 total tackles, including 5.0 for lost yardage, 1.5 QB sacks, 2 INTs, 5 pass breakups, 6 QB pressures and two fumble recoveries...named defensive Newcomer of the Year at team's post-season awards gala...recorded seven tackles in the Rose Bowl.

#15 D’Andre Walker- 6-3, 240, OLB, Senior- He read it like a Senior this year. He read the Jet Sweep faster than anyone I've seen. He gets to the ball with great speed and impact. TMIWTMIL. He is fast in space. Protects the edge well. Terrific blitzer. Not the best hands. He is ore of an off the ball linebacker, but he can really rush the QB. He had two sacks against S. Carolina in the 1st Half.

Career Highs: 6 tackles at Georgia Tech in 2017. 2.0 TFL (3X) at Georgia Tech, Auburn2, Oklahoma in 2017.

2017: Played in 15 games and had 40 total stops...second on the team in both tackles for lost yardage (13.5) and QB sacks (5.5) of four defensive players to win Most Improved Award, given at team’s post-season awards gala...had career-high six total stops in win at Georgia Tech, including a pair of tackles for lost yardage...matched that performance in the SEC Championship game vs. Rose Bowl, made five tackles, including two for lost yardage and a QB sack for a loss of eight yards.

#13 Jonathan Ledbetter- 6-4, 277, DE, Senior- 2018: Has started all three games thus far at DE and has six total stops

2017: Started in 11 of 15 games...finished season with 38 total stops, including 5.5 tackles for lost yardage, 2.5 QB sacks and nine QB pressures...matched career-high with six tackles (three solo), including a QB sack for a loss of eight yards in the Rose Bowl.


#3 Drew Lock- QB, 6-4, 225- Not

2018 OUTLOOK: Is viewed as one of college football’s elite and most exciting quarterbacks heading into the 2018 season after he led the nation in touchdown passes a year ago … Set a variety of school and SEC records a year ago, earning first-team All-SEC honors which set him up as a Heisman Trophy candidate moving into his senior season … Turned down an opportunity to go into the NFL Draft to return to Mizzou for his senior season and has emerged as one of the elite quarterbacks in the game … Will be looked at as one of the leaders of the team during his senior season … Enters his senior season listed at No. 1 on the depth chart after starting his last 33 games at the spot.

#77 Paul Adams- 6-6, 315, Rs-Sr, ORT-


Proven performer who is one of the SEC’s most experienced linemen ... Will be looking to anchor the right side of the offensive line, where he has started all 25 games at right tackle the previous two seasons for the SEC’s most productive offense.

2017 SEASON: Turned in another outstanding season, as a team captain who made all 13 starts at right tackle ... Was part of MU’s record-setting offense which led the SEC (ranking eighth nationally) in total offense for the second-straight season ... The offensive line led the nation in fewest tackles for loss allowed for the second-straight season (2.85), and also led the SEC in fewest sacks allowed (1.0 per game - fifth nationally), while the Tiger offense also led the SEC in passing efficiency (fourth nationally), and scoring offense (14th in NCAA).

#84 Emanuel Hall- 6-3, 195, WR,-

2018 OUTLOOK: Dynamic speedster in the passing game who is a deep-ball threat with the ability to take the top off of opposing defenses on every play … Will be counted on as a leader and playmaker on Mizzou’s receiving corps after emerging as one of the nation’s elite deep ball catchers a year ago … Enters the season listed at No. 1 on the depth chart at one of the wideout spots and will look for another strong season in his first season as an everyday starter.

2017 SEASON: Big-play wideout who emerged as one of the nation’s elite deep ball threats after taking over a starting spot for the season’s final nine games ... Finished the season with 33 receptions for 817 yards and eight touchdowns, with six of them coming from 50 yards out or longer ... His eight scores went for an average length of 49.5 yards, including scores of 20, 31, 50, 55, 56, 58, 63 and 63 yards, and his per-catch average on the year of 24.8 ranked as the best in the SEC and was second nationally among all receivers.

#11 Kendall Blanton- 6-6, 260, TE,-

2018 OUTLOOK: Big-time playmaker who boasts both size and speed with a desire to block and clear room in the run game … Is a reliable possession receiver and a huge threat in the red zone and has the ability to make highlight reel catches … Will team with sophomore Albert Okwuegbunam to give Mizzou one of the nation’s best tight end duos in 2018 ... Served an internship over the summer with Mizzou Athletics, working in the Tiger Scholarship Fund office, learning how the donor service business work ... Playing the 2018 season as a graduate student, after earning his undergraduate degree from Mizzou this May.

2017 SEASON: Was part of a trio of tight ends who played a key role in Mizzou’s SEC-leading offense ... Played in all 13 games, making two starts, and was a big contributor in MU’s improved run game which averaged just under 200 yards per contest ... Caught six passes on the season for 138 yards and one touchdown - with the score coming on an acrobatic catch in the right corner of the end zone against Florida on third down from the five yard-line that opened the scoring in MU’s big win ... Ended the season with a catch of 23 yards in the Texas Bowl ... Had a career-long 62-yard catch-and-run against Idaho, showing his big-play ability ... Missed the entire 2017 spring camp due to an ankle injury which required surgery, sustained in off-season workouts.

#71 Kevin Pendleton- 6-4, 330, OLG,-

2018 OUTLOOK: Redshirt senior leader across the offensive line, he has been one of the most consistent performers up front on Mizzou’s offensive line for the last two seasons … He’s started 24 of the last 25 games at left guard and he will enter fall camp listed No. 1 on the depth chart at that position … Lauded by the coaches for his leadership and should grow into an even larger leadership role during his senior season in 2018 ... Did a lights out job over the summer performing an internship with Mizzou Athletics Marketing office, helping the group during Summer Welcome and signing incoming students up for season football tickets, among many other daily duties ... Earned his undergraduate degree in May and will play the 2018 season as an SEC graduate.

#56 Samson Bailey- OL, 6-4, 295,- 2018 OUTLOOK: Seasoned veteran with nine career starts who has seen plenty of time across Mizzou’s record-setting offensive line over the past two seasons … Will give Mizzou great depth at multiple positions across the line as he has seen time at guard, tackle and center in his career ... Earned his undergraduate degree in May of 2018 from Mizzou's College of Arts and Science, and will play this season as a graduate student, pursuing a master's in Educational, School and Counseling Psychology.

 #5 Terry Beckner- 6-4, 305, DL.- 2018 Team Captain. 2018 Preseason All-SEC Second Team. 2018 Bednarik Award Preseason Watch List.

2018 OUTLOOK: All-star potential and former blue-chip prospect who returned to Mizzou for his senior season, following what was a breakout 2017 junior campaign … Ranks among the nation’s elite interior defenders with the size, speed and strength combination that is coveted at the next level … Embraced his role as a leader on last year’s team and his dominant play was a key reason for Mizzou’s six-game win streak to close the regular season.

#24 Terez Hall- 6-2, 230 LB- 2018 Team Captain. 2018 Dick Butkus Award Preseason Watch List.

2018 OUTLOOK: All-star candidate at the linebacking position who mixes great speed and size with a desire to play physical and in the trenches … His long arms and strong frame, mixed with great instincts and leadership have him poised to stand out in a league loaded with quality linebackers … Posted 12.5 tackles for loss from the weakside LB position a year ago, a spot in which he enters the season as the No. 1 option on Mizzou’s initial fall depth chart … Will be looked at as a team leader on the defensive side of the ball as Mizzou’s coaches praised his ability to inspire his teammates.

Be A Citizen! Not a Subject! 

Fascist is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances:


The 1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated:


All's I want for Christmas is a




rapist supreme court judge, 




who lives to take away the right of Women! 






TRUMP is not the disease. 


He is a symptom of the complete corruption 


of the Republican Party! 


When a political party commits a coup in the 


Congress and Senate, 


and refuses to play by the Rules and Laws?



The only thing left is utter Corruption!


A disease of hate, insecurity, 






Garland was chosen for two reasons: pure corruption and to protect




Senator Jeff Merkley was right about the problem with any nomination Donald Trump was going to make for the Supreme Court at this low point in the president’s troubled tenure. "A President under investigation should never be allowed to appoint a Justice to the Supreme Court,” the Oregon Democrat argued before Trump announced on Monday night that he had selected federal judge Brett Kavanaugh to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy.

Merkley’s objection was generally appropriate, in light of the ongoing inquiry by special counsel Robert Mueller into wrongdoing by the president’s associates—and, potentially, Trump himself. But it is especially appropriate with regard to Kavanaugh.

A former staff secretary in the Executive Office of the President of the United States under President George W. Bush, Kavanaugh now serves on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. He is a rigid right-wing ideologue who, if confirmed, would move the court far to the right. "The president pulled Judge Kavanaugh’s name from a pre-approved list concocted by radical, far-right special interests that are committed to undermining a woman’s right to choose, health care protections, safeguards for workers and seniors, LGBTQ rights, and a host of other critical public protections that touch the lives of every New Mexican and every American,” explains Senator Tom Udall (D-NM). "These extreme groups put Judge Kavanaugh’s name on their list for a reason.

But believers in the rule of law should be concerned that something else about this nominee appealed to Donald Trump. Kavanaugh has been an open advocate for precisely the sort of imperial presidency that the founders of the American experiment feared—and that Donald Trump relishes.

There is open speculation that Trump’s grip on the presidency is threatened by the special counsel’s investigation. But the high court could avert that threat. And Trump has every reason to believe that his nominee could tip the balance of a closely divided court in his favor. As Bloomberg News has noted, "Kavanaugh addressed some of the constitutional issues that could emerge from an investigation like Mueller’s in a 2009 Minnesota Law Review article.” What Kavanaugh wrote three years after he assumed his current position on the DC Circuit ought to trouble everyone who believes that the president is a servant of the people, rather than "a king for four years.

"I believe it vital that the President be able to focus on his never-ending tasks with as few distractions as possible. The country wants the President to be ‘one of us’ who bears the same responsibilities of citizenship that all share. But I believe that the President should be excused from some of the burdens of ordinary citizenship while serving in office,” argued Kavanaugh in the law-review article. He then asserted that "the indictment and trial of a sitting President, moreover, would cripple the federal government, rendering it unable to function with credibility in either the international or domestic arenas. Such an outcome would ill serve the public interest, especially in times of financial or national security crisis.”











"Democratic Senators Jeff Merkley of Oregon and Cory Booker of New Jersey said Trump shouldn’t be allowed to fill the court seat until the conclusion of the special counsel’s investigation into possible collusion between Trump’s campaign and Russia.


"A President under investigation should never be allowed to appoint a Justice to the Supreme Court,” Merkley tweeted Thursday.


























Hey Trump, go pee in a hole!