Gridironstuds.com creator and owner Chad Wilson is featured on ProCanes.com, a website dedicated to former Miami Hurricane athletes and alumni. Wilson gave an indepth interview to the website and discussed a wide range of topics from how and why he started Gridironstuds.com, his early playing days, his path to the University of Miami, his playing days at the U and life after football.
ProCanes.com continues a “Tracking proCanes” feature in which they interview former Miami Hurricane athletes (mainly) football about several interesting things concerning the former players. Check out Part I of Wilson’s interview with the site: Click here to read the story.
Ohio Glenville High School safety Latwan Anderson is good and he’s not afraid to let you know. The speedster from Ted Ginn’s High School has gone on a mission this summer to prove the words in the headline of this story.
Some people go on fact finding missions, some people go on award tours, Anderson has been on a “prove it to you” expedition. The play making safety is brash and even cocky as some would describe but you have to say that this summer he has backed it up. The cherry on Anderson’s sundae came last week at the ESPN Gridiron Kings event at Disney’s Wide World of Sports. With a motherlode of top athletes and recruits competing at the event, Anderson shined from his safety position. Anderson used his track speed and instincts to nab 6 Int’s during the tournament (one for a 98 yard touchdown) and walked away with defensive MVP honors. If you didn’t know him when the summer began, you know who he is now.
Plenty of top names were on hand for the Gridiron Kings 7-on-7 tournament in Orlando’s Disney’s Wide World of Sports complex. As for who won the tournament, it was the Southeast team led by Miami Central quarterback Jeffrey Godfrey who hit Miramar (Florida) wide receiver Ivan McCartney for the game winning touchdown in the final with no time on the clock.
Below are some video clips of the event. Check out Godfrey, McCartney, Orlando wide receiver Kenny Shaw, Ohio safety Latwan Anderson, Florida TE Gerald Christian and more as they duke it out in the tournament.
The Elite 11 QB camps took place last week at Soka University in Orange County, California. This was the 11th year of the Elite 11 QB camp and there were some great performances. Each Elite 11 QB camp, the counselors give out awards for different aspects of the camps and below, I have listed this year’s award winners. Gridironstuds.com member Jake Heaps was the overall camp MVP. Gridironstuds.com member Devin Gardner also took home several honors while Jesse Scroggins was voted most likely to win a BCS title. Scroggins has committed to USC.
The SouthEast team were the winners in the final game of the Gridiron Kings 7-on-7 tournament in Orlando this weekend. Miami Central’s Jeffrey Godfrey fired a pass to Miramar H.S. (Florida) WR Ivan McCartney with no time remaining for the 12-6 win over the West team. Gridironstuds.com member Latwan Anderson was named the Defensive MVP. Anderson played for the Midwest team which dealt the Southeast team their only loss in the tournament. The offensive MVP of the tournament was Palm Beach, Fla Dwyer H.S. tight end Gerald Christian.
By now you should know that Jeff Luc is a beast on the football field. There is much evidence that he will hit you if you are carrying the football around and when he hits you it’s with serious intent. You already know that he hunts down quarterbacks and makes them scream out like a chick in a horror flick. You are well aware that he will dig a running back’s feet out of the ground and lay him on his back like a Miami Beach tourist trying to get a sun tan. However, not many people expect a 6’1″ 240 lb. hulk of a teenager to get out and run around in coverage at a 7-on-7 tournament.