High School Dual-Threat QBs Need to Show These Things on Film

In the world of high school football, the dual-threat quarterback has emerged as a coveted asset, blending passing prowess with the agility to navigate the field. As colleges increasingly seek versatile quarterbacks, the importance of showcasing specific skills on film becomes paramount. In this article, I will dissect the top things that a high school […]

Things Freshmen Should Be Doing to Get Recruited Part II

By: Chad Wilson Owner GridironStuds.com In my last post,  I discussed things that freshman should be doing to put themselves in line to get recruited.  Now don’t get me wrong,  this guide is not to make sure you get offers as a freshman.  Typically,  what leads to early offers are unusual skill sets.   Players that […]

The Fastest 40 Yard Dash Ever

What Research Found Out On This Very Important Topic 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 undoubtedly the question is asked […]

Things Freshman Should Be Doing to Get Recruited – Part I

By: Chad Wilson Owner GridironStuds.com Few things in life having undergone more changes over the last three years than college football recruiting.  From NIL to transfer portal to early signing periods,  college football recruiting now resembles computer programming in the way that players and parents need to stay updated.  All of the changes have made […]