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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 […]

Have You Ever Seen a 6’6″ High School Football Player Without a College Scholarship Offer? Me Neither

How Height Rules the New Recruiting Landscape By: Chad Wilson – Editor – Gridiron Studs Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds What’s the most important factor in obtaining a college football scholarship?  Is it tremendous footwork?  Is it a high football IQ?  Is it outstanding hitting ability?  How about great speed?  All of those things are nice and most […]

Chase the Offers or the Ring. Which is the Better Thing?

By Chad Wilson – Editor – Gridiron Studs Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds A Facebook friend of mine,  known for bringing up interesting topics of discussion posed a really great one this past Saturday.  For a parent who’s child is involved in high school athletics, what do you chase offers or rings?  An interesting question indeed but […]

’18 Freshman FS Hunter Goetz is Appropriately Named

By Chad Wilson – Editor – Gridiron Studs Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds Some times a name just fits like a young man named Colt playing for a team in Texas or a player named Gunnar being the quarterback for a major division I football team.  If you’ve watched 2018 freshman free safety Hunter Goetz patrol the […]

Chaminade Madonna ’16 Prospect Tyler Goetz Owns the Space You Are In

By Chad Wilson – Editor – Gridiron Studs Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds Ask a high school football player that’s not on the offensive line to block and most will attack it with same fire they attack an English term paper that’s due in six weeks.  For the guys who fancy themselves as running backs, tight ends […]

Lake Nona’s 2015 QB Tucker Israel Has Rewritten the Florida Record Books

Chad Wilson – Editor – Gridiron Studs Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds In case you have been asleep for the last two high school football seasons,  there’s a new owner of virtually every meaningful passing record in Florida high school football.  When you leave the high school game owning the record for single game passing yards, career passing […]

American Heritage’s ’15 DB Prospect Christian Irving is a Destructive Force

By: Chad Wilson – Editor Gridiron Studs Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds Ever been the fan of a football team and been totally frustrated watching the offense try to move down the field with no apparent luck.  Every time you turn around a pass is getting batted down,  the quarterback is getting sacked or a running back […]

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