The 2020-2021

NFL Draft 

2021 NFL Draft

Northwestern Vs. Auburn

Cincy Vs. Georgia


Cincy Vs Georgia:

Cincy Offense:

#9 Desmond Ridder- QB, 6-4, 215. Rs-Jr- This is a huge game for him. He is a small school QB trying to prove he can play in the NFL. He has to complete passes and score points against Georgiaís elite Defense to be a solid 2nd Round pick, and maybe slip into the end of the 1st.

Quick in the pocket. When he loses his feet, he loses his accuracy. Great job retreating back and drawing in the hole D-line, and flicking it over them to the RB on a screen. He can run for the 1st, off the option when he keeps it. Good Athlete and runner. He has become a QB this season, but he still has the running ability he showed early in his career. Pure Shotgun QB.

Impressive speed running outside on the Option. They run draws for him too much on 3rd down. Good thrower who over relies on his legs. Good job throwing to the TE.He impressed me in a couple early game, but he disappointed me against Tulsa. So this Game is very big for him.

#8 Michael Young Jr- 5-10, 190, WR, GR- He can make the big catch on 3rd down.

Grad transfer wideout from Notre Dame joined the Bearcats prior to the 2020 season.

NOTRE DAME: Played in 29 career games for the Irish with 17 receptions for 177 yards and a pair of TDs Ö also returned 12 kicks for 257 yards, averaging 21.4 yards per return with a long of 48 yards against Vanderbilt in 2018 Ö earned his degree from the college of arts and letters at UND in May 2020.

#23 Gerrid Doaks- 6í. 230, RB, RS SR-

2020: Earned his bachelor's degree in criminal justice in April 2020.

2019: Returned after missing 2018 and played in 12 games, rushing for 526 yards and five TDs ... his 5.3 yards per carry was tops among the three UC rushers with 100 or more carries ... also tallied eight receptions for 70 yards and a score ... totaled a season-best 123 yards on 13 carries with a TD against UConn ... carried a season-high 17 times for 91 yards and two TDs vs. Tulsa ... also had a 28-yard TD reception vs. the Golden Hurricane ... named to the 2019 AAC All-Academic Team.

#87 Bruno Labelle- 6-4, 248, TE, RS SR- He can catch the short pass.

2019: Played in all 14 games, recording five starts when UC opened in a multiple TE set ... had two catches for nine yards and a TD at Marshall ... recorded his first career TD on a 5-yard catch at Marshall ... earned his bachelor's degree in communication in May 2019 ... named to the 2019 AAC All-Academic Team.

#58 Darius Harper- 6-7, 308, ORT, SR/TR-

2020: Earned his bachelor's degree in criminal justice in April 2020.

2019: Played in all 14 games, earning eight starts at tackle ... made his first career start and recorded a tackle against UCF.


























































#1 James Wiggins- 6í, 205, FS, RS SR-

2020: Named to the watch lists for the Jim Thorpe Award (RELEASE) and NagurskiTrophy (RELEASE) ... named to Bruce Feldman's College Football Freaks List for the third-straight year (ARTICLE) .

#7 Coby Bryant- 6-1, 198, CB, SR- Big Corner. Hard worker. Plays off. Aggressive moving forward. Has some Safety in him. Tough and physical.

#5 Darrick Forrest- 6í, 200, SS, SR- 2020: Named to the watch lists for the Bednarik Award (RELEASE), Jim Thorpe Award (RELEASE) and Nagurski Trophy (RELEASE).

#93 Elijah Ponder- 6-3, 275, DE, RS SR-

2019: Started 14 games in the middle of the defensive line and earned First-Team All-American Athletic Conference honors ... finished with 33 tackles, including 7.5 for a loss, 2.5 sacks and tied for the team lead with nine QB hurries ... had one of the best games of his career in the win over UCF with six tackles and 2.0 sacks ... named to the 2019 AAC All-Academic Team.




Georgia Defense: 

#2 Richard LeCounte- 5-11, 190, CB, SrĖ Shut Down Corner in the SEC. But what makes him a top ten pick is his speed. Fastest CB in the Draft. Great feet moving back. Nice hop back to cut off the outside. He half turns and moves back before the snap so he can read the QB and WR. Puts up stats. In five games he had 3 INTs and 4 PBU. That stat impressed me.

2020: Has started five of nine games thus far this season...three interceptions and four pass highs in tackles (13) and pass breakups (3) in win at Kentucky...earned SEC Defensive Player of the Week honors after the game...missed the past four games due to injuries incurred in a traffic his third pick (8th of his career) on first offensive play of the game vs. Alabama...finished the game with five tackles, one for lost yardage...had three tackles, two interceptions and a pass breakup in season-opening win at Arkansas...had two stops in limited action vs. Auburn...named to pre-season watch lists for the Bednarik Award (collegiate defensive player of the year), Paycom Jim Thorpe Award (nation's top DB) and the Bronko Nagurski Trophy (nation's top defensive player)...named to the Pre-Season All-SEC First Team, as picked by the media covering the league...named one of three team captains for the Arkansas game.

#13 **Azeez Ojulari- 6-3, 240, OLB/Jack, Rs-Soph- Good rusher. He causes problems for the QB in the rush. Dynamic in the rush. But he is a little thin and small. Some think he will declare for the Draft. Love this kid. Nota lot of notes on him, because heís a Rs-Soph and I donít think he declares (Iíll be focusing on him a lot in this game;). But, Covid changes everything. This yearís Draft looks like one of the All-Time Drafts (with all the QBs), especially if all the young guys like Ojulari and Herring declare.

#32 Monty Rice- 6-1, 235, LB- He can get to the RB on the Screen. He gets to the RB outside on the screen. Lean and mean hitter. Fast outside reading and getting to the ball. Great quick feet moving back in zone drop. He is as quick moving back and most TEs moving forward. Nice blitzer up the gut. He can get low and use speed to power to push the OL back to disrupt the QB. TMIWTMIH.

#10 *Malik Herring- 6-3, 280, DE, Sr- Quick. Fast. Stunning spin move. Switches sides and position a lot. Good size and strength. Gets pressure, but doesnít have that knack for hitting the quarterback.

2020: Started at end in seven of nine games to date this season...has 19 tackles and 22 total QB pressures on the season, second best among all defenders...had four tackles, including a sack that resulted in an intentional grounding penalty, and three QB pressures vs. Alabama...had three assisted tackles and three QB pressures in win over Auburn...credited with one solo tackle and added a batted-down pass, as well as a QB pressure, in season opener at Arkansas...had one tackle, a pass breakup and four QB pressures in win at of three team captains for the Arkansas, Kentucky and Missouri games.

#23 Mark Webb- 6-1, 200, DB, Sr- Great size. Physical in coverage on the TE. He can jam the TE and take him out of his route right away. Great burst out of pedal to attack forward and hit the RB to the ground. Excellent player. Dynamic on the field. Solid 2nd Round safety.

2020: Has seen action in eight of nine games to date, including starting assignments in three games...has 21 total stops on the nine tackles in win over Mississippi State...had first collegiate interception in third quarter of win over Auburn...credited with one stop in win at Arkansas...had four tackles vs. Alabama...had two tackles and a pass breakup in win at Kentucky...named one of three team captains for the Tennessee game.

#99 *Jordan Davis- 6-6, 330, NT, Jr- Tough inside defender. He can cause a lot of trouble inside for Offense. Plays a tough position inside on an Odd front a lot. He takes a lot blockers from a lot of different blockers. He should stay in school.

2020: Has started at nose tackle in six of nine contests...credited with four tackles and a QB pressure in victory over Auburn...had two solo stops in win over Tennessee...had one assisted tackle in season-opening win at Arkansas...four assisted tackles vs. Alabama...missed three games (UF, MSU, USC) because of injury...named to Pre-season All-SEC First Team, as chosen by media members covering the league...named one of three team captains for the Tennessee game.

#95 Devonte Wyatt- 6-3, 318, DT, Gr-Tr- Good player. He looks like an NFL player to me.

2020: Has started at DT in all nine of Georgia's games to's leading tackler among interior linemen with 21 total stops...also has 14 QB pressures...credited with two tackles and two QB pressures vs. Arkansas and Auburn...had three stops and two QB pressures vs. o tackles and a pair of QB hurries vs. high-matching seven tackles in win at Kentucky.

#3 *Tyson Campbell- 6-2, 185, CB, JR- Good player. I thought he was a little disappointing. He should stay in school and be the star Number One CB next year.

2020: Started at corner in all nine games to date...has 26 tackles, including 2.5 for lost yardage, and four pass breakups (tied for team high)...first career interception was a third-quarter pick at South Carolina and was followed by a 40-yard return...three solo stops and a key third-quarter pass breakup vs. Auburn...had two tackles, including one for lost yardage, and was credited with one pass breakup vs. Arkansas...also one tackle and a QB pressure vs. Tennessee...four tackles and a pass breakup vs. Alabama...named one of three team captains for the Auburn and Florida games.



#74 Ben Cleveland- 6-6, 335, ORG, Rs-Sr- I like Cleveland. Heís a guy a team can run behind. He should be a plug and play pick late on Day Two, or early Day 3. Heís not a guy who is going to run 20 yards downfield on the screen. Great hitter with both hands in pass pro. Frustrates DTs.

2020: Has started at right guard in all nine games to date...selected SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week -- the third time of his career winning the award -- after Georgia's win at South Carolina, when the Bulldogs racked up a season-best 332 rushing yards...also won the honor after Georgia's win over Auburn...played 100 percent of Georgia's offensive snaps vs. Alabama, Florida and Miss. State...selected one of three team captains for the Missouri game.

#69 *Jamaree Salyer- 6-4, 325, OLT, Jr- Moves back so fast off the snap that he has to stop and wait for the DE sometimes. Great athlete. Great quicks in kickslide. He could a good one. He could easily declare. I will be focusing in on him in this game.

Great feet and speed. Heíll be assigned to block the OLB outside and get beat inside, Then use his feet to run behind him, get inside, and seal him. Impossible block for a guy over 50-pounds heavier than the OLB. Right now, I think he is the best OLT Iíve seen this damn Covid season.

2020: Has started at left tackle in all nine games thus far this season...named one of three team captains for the Alabama and Mississippi State games...played every offensive snap in a 5-game stretch of the season.

#54 Justin Shaffer- 6-4, 330, OLG, Sr- Patient in position to wait for a rusher in his lane. Day Three guy who could surprise.

2020: Has started all nine games this season at left guard...has played all offensive snaps in five contests to date.

#16 Demetris Robertson- 6í, 190, WR, Sr-Tr- He can make the adjustment to the underthrown ball and snag it behind the CB. A Day Three guy who has a lot of work to do.

2020: Has seen action in all nine games to date and has 11 receptions for 106 yards...caught four passes for 29 yards in win over Arkansas...caught a pair of passes in win over Auburn for 10 yards...caught three passes for 45 yards, including a season-long 31-yarder vs. Mississippi State.


Manfredís Argument.

By Tom Mahoney

Midway in our lifeís journey, I went astray from the straight road and woke to find myself alone in a dark wood. How shall I say what wood that was! I never saw so drear, so rank, so arduous a wilderness! Its very memory gives shape to fear. Dante


Chapter One: Inferno.

I awake with my bones shaking from the dolorous fear of a false life in a dark foreboding dawn. I was dreaming of a dark forest that sapped all my hope and was filled with all my lifeís faults. This was to be my final full day in prison. By all holy leopards, unholy lions, and the hungry she-wolf herself. Yes, by Aries the lord of war, I shall never come back to this arduous dreary pit. Just as Jesus was reborn this weekend, so shall I find the true way tomorrow, on Good Friday. Thirteen of my thirty-five years have been spent in a prison of some sort or another, over one third of my life. Do you know what is the worst part of being in prison? Itís not the eternal sorrow of boredom and sloth. Itís not the fraudulent miserly life. Itís not the incontinence of freedom. Itís not the inability to see the moon, only envy it through dirty barred windows. Itís not the fact that the only night sky available is the wracked stars cast through the frozen bars of my cage. Itís not that avarice is the one true

virtue. Itís not the complete denial of any independent thought. Itís not the unconditional dedication to malice, wrath, and deceit. Itís not the entirely relentless unoriginal fabrications of conceit that own all souls who enter. Itís not the duality of guise that buys every face here, the look of pure hate or inconsolable fear. Itís not the flashbacks of freedoms foolishly flittered away. Itís not even the completely hopeless loss of all ladies. The worst part of prison is the malicious gluttony of waiting; the horrible unyielding dirge of waiting. Waiting to eat, to sleep, and to walk; Waiting for the attack marked upon every back; Waiting within these pitiless mocking walls. Waiting for any glimpse of kindness; waiting to see the freedom of a clean peach dawn; Waiting for a decent cup of coffee. Waiting for that look in a womanís eye when you finally know youíve stolen a scrap of her soul. Waiting for: "Da-Day", for release, for life, for liberty; Itís waiting to be human again. But for now I live on D-Block, or Dis-Block as we call it.

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Northwestern Vs. Auburn: ESPN- 9PM.


Northwestern Defense: 

#42 Paddy Fisher- 6-4, 240. Mike, Rs-Sr- Probably the best college LB in the past two seasons. But where does he go? Teams just donít pick LBs early anymore. He looks like he could be a Day Three guy.

#99 Earnest Brown IV- 6-5, 270, DE-

2020: Named to Phil Steele's 2020 Preseason All-Big Ten Team ... Athlon Sports' Preseason All-Big Ten Team... Made his first career start in the season opener against Maryland (10/24)...Started for second straight game and recorded two tackles at Iowa (10/31)...Recorded two tackles for loss vs. Nebraska (11/7)...Compiled two tackles and one pass breakup for the third straight game against Purdue (11/14)...Made another tackle for loss vs. Wisconsin (11/21)...Recorded a career-high eight tackles at Michigan State (11/28)...Compiled four total tackles in victory over Illinois (12/12)...Finished with five total tackles and one sack in Big Ten Championship vs. Ohio State (12/19)...Recorded at least one tackle for loss for the fourth straight game against the Buckeyes.

#51 Blake Gallagher- 6-1, 228, Will,- Terrific mover on the field. When he is hot he looks as good as any defender in this Defense. He could go early than people think. He had a game winning INT against Iowa.

2020: Phil Steele's and Athlton Sports' Preseason All-Big Ten Teams... Started and made four total tackles against Maryland (10/24)...Recorded double digit tackles for the ninth time in his collegiate career at Iowa (10/31)...Was one of three NU players to compile at least 10 tackles against the Hawkeyes...Snatched an interception on Iowa's final drive of the game, the fifth of his career...Recorded a career-high 14 tackles against Nebraska (11/7)...Compiled five total tackles at Purdue (11/14)...Earned first Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week following career-high tying 14 total tackle performance vs. Wisconsin (11/21)...Forced his first-career fumble and second-career sack against the Badgers...Recorded double-digit tackles (11) for third time in six games at Michigan State (11/28)...Posted a career-high three tackles for loss against the Spartans...Extended tackles for loss streak to six straight games against Illinois (12/12), the longest of his career...Registered six total tackles in his final regular season game as a Wildcat...Finished with nine total tackles in Big Ten Championship vs. Ohio State (12/19)...Tied for team-lead in total tackles with fellow senior linebacker Paddy Fisher (74) .

#28 Chris Bergin- Sam, Sr-
#5 Jr Pace- 6-1, 210, FS-



Northwestern Offense: 

#12 Peyton Ramsey- QB, Gr-Tr- He has some clutch in him He plays better in the 4th quarter. Proven winner this season.

2020: Graduated from Indiana University with secondary education degree and enrolled at Northwestern in June...Named to the Johnny Unitas Award Watch List for a second-consecutive year...Posted a 23-30 clip with 212 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions in Northwestern debut...Also rushed for 47 yards with a touchdown...Became the first Wildcat quarterback to throw for at least 200 yards in his debut since Dan Persa in 2010...Played a role in Northwestern overcoming a 17-point deficit at Iowa (10/31)...Helped Wildcats score at least 21 points for third consecutive outing vs. Nebraska (11/7)...Threw for at least three touchdowns for the sixth time in his career and first time as a Wildcat at Purdue (11/14)...Completed his first six passes of the game vs. Wisconsin to five different receivers (11/21)...Ran for 16th rushing touchdown of his career at Michigan State (11/28)...Threw for 210 yards against the Spartans, marking the 21st time in his career he threw for at least 200 yards...Threw for one touchdown and tied season-high in rushing yards (47) vs. Illinois (12/12).

#0 John Raine- 6-2, 220, TE, GR-

2020: Recorded a team-high five receptions with 53 yards against Maryland (10/24)...Started against Iowa (10/31)...Scored first touchdown as a Wildcat in victory over Nebraska (11/7)...Brought in four receptions for 33 yards...Recorded 26 yards on two receptions in victory over Purdue (11/14)...Registered three receptions for 10 yards vs. Wisconsin (11/21)...Finished with four receptions for 35 yards in Big Ten Championship against Ohio State (12/19).

#73 Gunnar Vogel- 6-6, 310, ORT, RS SR- Sticky blocker in pass pro.

#81 Ramaud Chiaokhiao-Bowman- 6-2, 203, WR, Rs-Sr- he has some clutch in him.

2020: Tied for a then career-high four receptions with 46 yards in season opening victory over Maryland (10/24)...Brought in four receptions for the second straight game at Iowa, totaling 37 yards (10/31)...Totaled 26 yards with two receptions against Nebraska (11/7)...Registered career-highs in receptions (8), receiving yards (86, then a career-high) and touchdowns (3) at Purdue (11/14)...Became first Wildcat to record multiple receiving touchdowns in a single game since Flynn Nagel did so vs. Minnesota in 2018...Scored fourth touchdown in just a two-game stretch vs. Wisconsin (11/21)...Recorded a new career-high 95 receiving yards following 86-yard performance the week earlier at Purdue...Brought in a career-high tying eight receptions for the second time in his last three games at Michigan State (11/28), totaling 54 yards...Set a new career-high 103 receiving yards in Big Ten Championship vs. Ohio State (12/19)...Recorded eight receptions for the third time in just eight games this season against the Buckeyes.††

#19 Riley Lees- 6í 200, WR, Rs-Sr-

Auburn Offense:

#1 Big Kat Bryant- 6-5, 250, DE,- Very disappointed with his play this season. He just canít seem to find the QB. Great name and athlete. Terrible eyes. Canít find the ball.

#94 Tyrone Truesdell- 6-2, 326, DT,-

#9 *Zakoby McClain- 6í, 211, LB, Jr-

#23 *Roger McCreary- 6í 188, CB, Jr-

#20 *Jamien Sherwood- 5í, 188, SS, Jr-

#21 *Smoke Monday- 6-2, 196, FS, Jr- I like this kid. He can play.

#6 *Christian Tutt- 5-11, 192, Safty, Jr-







































Auburn Defense: 

#18 Seth Williams- Wr, Jr- Very disappointed with his play this year. He seems to have lost his hands. If his hands donít improve, he wonít be in the NFL for long, despite his elite physical talents in all other areas.

#12 Eli Stove- 6í 191, WR, Sr-

#1 *Anthony Schwartz- 6, 179, Wr, Jr-

#11 *Shedrick Jackson- 6-1, 201, Wr, Jr-

#65 *Alec Jackson- OLT, Rs-Jr-

#71 Brandon Council- 6-4, 325, ORG, Grad-

#59 *Brodarious Hamm- 6-5, 330, ORT, Rs-Jr-

#47 *John Samuel Shenker- 6-3, 241, TE, Rs-Jr-

#8 *Shaun Shivers- 5-7, 179, RB, Jr-.



























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And One.

By Tom Mahoney

Did you ever wake up in the dark early morning and felt that everything seemed somehow different? As though you were in another dimension, or still in a nightmare, but you knew you were awake. You could feel that the world had altered, or rather you knew you were no longer on the earth you knew, but didnít know why, how, or where? I woke like that once. It felt as though something had kidnapped me from reality I had existed in all my short life. I had to find my way free of the force that had captured me, and find my way back home. I think?

†††† It was in the spring just before my seventeenth birthday. I was waiting for my grandfather to die. I woke up in an ICU antechamber in the now deceased Burbank Hospital, where they stuffed family members who had tried to stay awake all night but couldnít. I remember feeling like I was stuck in mud. Though it was lethally warm spring day, there was a cold rigid wind blowing through the halls that I had never felt before. At about two in the morning, they brought me into this little lifeless side room where I had descended into the sleep of the dead on this extinct tan plastic 70ís couch. As I rose, my face stuck to the departed fabric as though it had decayed into the left side of my face. The air seemed thin and diseased. I remember sitting up on the obsolete couch for a while, rubbing the departed skin off my left cheek and face. I was trying to clear my vision and remove the horrid remnants of vinyl off my face.

Then I shivered, as another flap of frozen wind seemed to cover me, like dank dead dirt. I stood up and looked around at the rotting relic of a room. Everything in this desolate chamber was tan or beige in some way. Decomposing off-white wallpaper, with vertical putrefied tan and deteriorating brown lines of different widths, laid on the walls. A wavy picture of a wheat field blowing in the wind, with a dull soiled gold frame around it that made it look soil colored, hung lifeless on the wall. A worm colored husk of a coffee table that looked like a casket was buried in the corner. Even the ancient shades on the dirt brown lamps seemed to emit a taupe light. However, the thing I remember the most was the dead silence of the room, for some reason the air seemed completely still: not a sound, not a sign of life, not even the feeling of my own heartbeat and breathing. I suddenly had to get out of that room. It was as though I had awoken in my own tombÖ

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