’16 WR Isaiah Collins Plays Big for Flanagan

By Chad Wilson – Editor – Gridiron Studs Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds Before the 2014 season,  Flanagan high school was a relative virgin as it pertained to Florida high school football playoffs.  Only once in the school’s history had it made it into the playoffs (2013) and getting to the state semifinals was stuff that other […]

Kam Chancellor Seals Seahawks Win with 90 Yard INT Return

They say defense wins championships and even though we are in the “offensive era” the Seattle Seahawks will have none of it. Having already left his mark on the game with hard hits and insane leaps over the line in field goal block attempts,  Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor decided his team need more.  Late […]

Marshawn Lynch Beast Modes it Versus Carolina

It’s playoff time in Seattle and that can only mean one thing….. beast mode! In the third quarter Russell Wilson hands off to Marshawn Lynch and the veteran running back for the Seahawks shows you one if the reasons why we love him do much. Check out out this Vine of yet another impressive Marshawn […]

So You Want to Be An Underdog? Why Athletes Who Seem to Have it All Just Want to Give it All Away

By: Chad Wilson – Editor – Gridiron Studs Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds Have you ever seen the four touchdown underdog storm into a game vs. a bigger and better opponent and take the game over?  Have you seen them shock the favorite early on and jump out to an incredible lead?  If you have been watching […]

’17 Prospect Wesley Butler Serving Up Mayhem Out West

By: Chad Wilson – Editor – GridironStuds Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds Go West young man they say.  There’s gold out there. Well I don’t know about gold but 2017 Wesley Butler has certainly found a home at Mater Dei high school after moving from South Florida this past summer. After spending his time learning the ropes […]

2016 Dual Threat QB Eric Walker is A Baller

By Chad Wilson – Editor – GridironStuds Blog Twitter: @gGridironStuds There was a time when everyone was looking for the 6’5″ QB who could stand tall in the pocket,  see everything and rifle the football to his playmakers.  In this new era,  teams have learned that if the QB can see everything then everyone can […]

’15 WR Robert “Bam” Foy Has A Name That Sticks

By: Chad Wilson – Editor – Gridiron Studs Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds If you grew up in my neighborhood,  every kid had a nickname.  Some matched while a  hell of a lot of them didn’t.  There was the 200 lb. thirteen year old that everyone called “slim” and the two time left back 5th grader who […]

’17 RB Chance Bell Can Make a Fool Out of You

By Chad Wilson – Editor – Gridiron Studs Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds Say the name Chance Bell.  It has a ring to it doesn’t it?  That sounds like the kind of football name that you would remember and one so perfect for a running back.  However,  there’s more to the prospect than the name alone. If […]

’15 RB Prospect Daniel Ramos III Will Take You Where You Want to Go

By Chad Wilson – Editor – Gridiron Studs Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds Football is a physical game.  How many times have you heard that?  Even with all of the new rules that have been implemented in recent history,  football,  at it’s core, is a test of manhood and power.  Physical is the word that comes to […]

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

Chad Wilson – Editor – Gridiron Studs Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds 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 […]

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