If you been watching season 3 of Last Chance U on Netflix, you have been overly confronted with a particular term. No, it’s not the F-word that head coach Jason Brown is most certainly married to. It’s the term “D-1 Bounceback”. What’s a D1 bounceback and how are they taking over college football? We’ll discuss it in this article.
What’s a D1 bounceback? The general definition is a prospect that was once at a higher level Division I football program and for any number of reasons had to leave and is at a smaller program, usually a junior college looking to seek an opportunity at another college football program. My definition is a prospect, who despite all the talent in the World, has failed to take personal responsibility and accountability for their actions thus ruining a grand opportunity at a high profile university and is seeking a chance to go to another program where the coaching staff will treat them better. Rather long winded isn’t it? Harsh isn’t it? You know I’m right don’t you?
There will be close to one million high school football players taking to the fields this Fall and accomplishing a number of goals. Along with chasing a championship and respect, a majority of the players will be looking to earn some of the very limited college football scholarships that are available. For some, the exposure comes easy. For others, their abundance of talent and skill will either go unnoticed or fail to receive the notoriety that it deserves. This articles highlights five prospects on the GridironStudsApp that many of you may not know but should.
Ever have a bad day? How about a bad moment? Well in this day in age, it only takes one small moment for people to make whole judgements and there’s no better place for that to happen than on the judgmental land we’ve come to know as Twitter.
Sunday morning, video of a 1-on-1 rep at Nebraska’s Friday Night Lights between a defensive back and a wide receiver sent football twitter into a tizzy. The defensive back in that rep was 3-star Illinois defensive back Tyrik Henderson. In the video clip which you can view below, Henderson gets really aggressive with a camper at the line of scrimmage. In the process, he ends up holding and even choking the wide receiver before slamming him to the ground.
About a decade ago there was a popular TV show called Everybody Loves Raymond. It was a comedic sitcom that kind of betrayed the title because every episode, the lead character Raymond seemed to be in some conflict with somebody who wasn’t really loving him at the time. Similarly, every high school football player loves Division I football but is Division I football in conflict with you? In this article we’ll determine if that is the case.
The next wave of cornebacks in South Florida has the making to be one of the best of all-time. College football coaches has already jumped on board with these premier 14 and 15-year-old phenoms.
Doral Academy freshman corneback Timothy Burns, Jr., a two-year varsity starter, based on production — is the focal point of his recruiting class when you factor varsity film, stats, and the reputation around the city as a lockdown corneback.
Tonight will be the 82nd draft the NFL’s history. It has blossomed over the years into one of the biggest events in sports. It’s a time when prospects get rich while the fortunes of entire franchises ride on their ability to find the best of the best from the college football fields. There’s no doubt that the most talked about, needed and precious position involved in the draft every year is that of the quarterback. In so choosing one, it seems many a NFL team becomes blind to what it takes to be successful in almost any relationship.