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The Revolution of a Mind Change; Why A Coach Needs 5 Years to Coach to Success

Chad Wilson – Editor Gridiron Studs Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds The hot seat, the hot seat, ohhh the hot seat. Before the season they want to tell you who’s on it. As the season starts they wait for the loss and here come the stories about must win situations and possible replacements.  The media riles up […]

Calvary’s Tristan Peyton Is Not on The Radar but He Should Be

If you’ve coached young linebackers then you know how hard it is to get them to read their keys, fill the hole and hustle to the football.  Some never get it, some pick it up quick and some just seem born to do it.  The last category describes 2015 LB Tristan Peyton out of Calvary […]

Rio Rancho’s Easton Bruere Trying to Pass His Way Into Recruiting Consciousness

What if I told you I had a high school quarterback that has thrown for over 8,000 yard in his high school career?  What if I told you he has thrown for 90 TDs since he first got under center?  What if I told you he has thrown for 31 TDs with 0 INTs in […]

2015 Maryland DB Prospect Antoine Means Looking for Action

Football is the ultimate team game as we all know.  This means that for most positions on the field,  your success can be totally dependent on others.  Two positions where that is the case are wide receiver and defensive back.  In the high school football game, being an intimidating cornerback can result in a lot […]

Power Up Your Running Game with the Short Back I Formation

It’s football season again. Many youth football programs are in full swing, high schools have already started district play and college football’s quest for the playoffs is off and running. For all of you youth and high school football coaches that are trying to establish a run game and it’s just not happening or to you coaches […]

Recruiting School: Recruiting Camps, Should I Attend?

By: Chad Wilson – Editor in Chief Gridiron Studs Blog Twitter: @Gridironstuds Email: cwilson@gridironstuds.com One of the more common questions I get from parents and prospective college football recruits is should I go to a camps during the offseason.  There is no simple answer to that question.  The real answer is, that depends.  In this […]

The Fastest 40 Yard Dash Ever

  What Research Found Out On This Very Important Topic By: Chad Wilson   @Gridironstuds Please follow me on Twitter @Gridironstuds Football fans across America continue to obsess over the most simple drill in the game of football. Is there anything more discussed than the 40 yard dash? Every Spring, this drill takes center stage and […]

GridironStuds Show College Football and NFL Picks Week 7 of 2014

By: Chad Wilson – Editor – GridironStuds.com Twitter: @GridironStuds As we do every week, Emil Calomino and gave out our top picks to our listeners on the GridironStuds Show.  This week we gave out our selections on Thursday as Friday is a travel day for me. Off to Jacksonville to watch American Heritage HS, Plantation […]

Class of 2016 Top College Football Prospects via RankByOffers.com

Here are The Top 10 2016 Recruits in the Country according to our friends at RankByOffers.com.  For the entire list, please visit their website by clicking here RANK PLAYER NAME POSITION STATE SCHOOL FBS OFFERS TOP 25 OFFERS 1 Nate Craig WR FL Tampa Catholic 34 14 2 Parker Boudreaux OL FL Bishop Moore 37 […]

South Florida Out of State College Report

Here are some your former South Florida high school football players making plays and a name for themselves at out of state colleges from Week 2 of the college football season. – Former North Broward Prep QB Brandon Doughty passed for 297 yards for Western Kentucky in a 42-35 loss to Illinois – St. Thomas […]

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