Posts under ‘Recruiting News’

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 […]

2015 Athlete Nevelle Clarke Gives You Your Money’s Worth on the Gridiron

By: Chad Wilson – Editor GridironStuds Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds Ever heard the term worth the price of admission.  Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson, Michael Vick have all fallen into that category during their careers.  Well he’s not named Michael but 2015 Taravella High School prospect Nevelle Clarke will never make you feel sorry you paid to […]

Underrated Gun Slinger Alexander Keeps the Wins Rolling at Miami Booker T Washington

By: Chad Wilson – Editor GridironStuds Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds Everybody wants to be a quarterback.  Few people want to follow a legend.  As you tune into college football each weekend and watch freshman quarterback Treon Harris lead the Florida Gators to victory, keep in mind that he led his high school football team back to […]

’15 Prospect Has the Wisdom to Play Many Positions for Dade Christian

Chad Wilson – Editor GridironStuds Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds Two way players in high school are not all that rare.  For some teams it’s just the reality that you have to get your best athletes on the field.  Many wide receivers also play defensive back.  Many running backs also play linebacker and many defensive lineman also […]

’15 Jacksonville Bolles RB Christian Bermudez is a Dream Prospect

The advent of the spread offense has led to the demise of the importance of a running back and damn near the death of the fullback.  However,  teams that win it all still seem to employ the full services of both positions as the game of football is still very much about the line of […]

Lock Down Corner Dontye Carriere Williams Always Keeps a Blanket Handy

Chad Wilson – Editor – Gridiron Studs Blog Twitter: @GridironStuds The life of a shut down corner can be boringly complicated.  To be good at your job means you can often go unnoticed kind of a like a referee or umpire of a sporting event.  If you don’t live up to your responsibilities then welcome […]

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 […]

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 […]

2015 DB Nick Peart Making a Strong Impact at American Heritage

For every high school senior,  entering your senior year is filled with a ton of emotions.  They can range from anxiety to sadness to joy.  Whatever emotions are running through 2015 DB Nick Peart they are being used to his utmost benefit.  The senior safety for American Heritage Plantation has come up big in three […]

5 Star NFL Draft Report: Big 10

Continuing my series on BCS Conferences 5 star NFL draft reports, today it’s the Big-10.  Before getting into the numbers it should be pointed out that the Big-10 has 12 teams in it’s conference (don’t ask!) and thus has less teams than the two previous conferences I have reported on, the ACC with 14 and […]

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