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On today's 15th episode of Inside the War Room we will be joined by special guest Steven Nelson CB from Oregon State CB. Nelson is an extremely aggressive corner who plays with big play ability and air tight cover skills. He is a prospect on the move and he is trying to make his case to become to top CB in this year’s draft class. After a having a great week at the Senior Bowl he looks to have a great combine and show why he is one of this year best corners in the draft class. Charles Davis gave him the unique nickname “Mighty Mouse” praising his aggressive play and big demeanor.
Oregon State, CB
2014 PRESEASON BRONKO NAGURSKI TROPHY AWARD WATCH LIST
Pac-12 All-Conference Second Team
Senior Bowl All Star
Follow him on twitter : @Nelson_Island
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Sometimes gems can be found anywhere but sometimes you just have to give someone a chance! Tonight on the 7th Edition of Inside the War Room I will be joined by special guest Mark Jones CB from Western State Colorado University! This talented young man is 5'8 170 who possess quick feet and shows active hands to swat the ball away from defenders. While he is small he is aggressive and shows a ton of heart and ball skills that could land him with a NFL team. He reminds me of Ace Jackson in his game skill set and the way he plays. He provides value in the special teams as well!
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Our topic today: Go with the flow...
"Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don't resist them - that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like." ~ Lao Tzu
Article referenced: 10 Practical Steps for Learning to Go with the Flow...
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Our topic today: Your Words Are Your Magic Wand...
"The game of life is a game of boomerangs. Our thoughts, deeds and words return to us sooner or later with astounding accuracy." ~ Florence Scovel Shinn
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TRAVIS LEE, MILES COLLEGE, CB
NFL DRAFT PODCAST
Travis Lee was selected to play in the College Gridiron Classic that featured some of the top prospects in the nation. Held in Arlington Texas this past January, Lee had the opportunity to showcase his immense talents to the NFL Scouts on hand.
Gifted with great athletic ability Lee had six interceptions for 37 yards his final season at Miles College. The knack to play defensive back comes natural to the big, long, and crafty defensive back.
Now Lee is poised to make himself one of the top prospects available in the up coming 2015 NFL Draft.
Now that the NFL Combine has come and gone it is time to check out some of the results...which players could be in play at the #6 pick for the New York Jets? Also Jets defensive back Keith Lewis joins us live to discuss his road to the NFL along with his views on the 2015 season. We will also answer mailbag questions as submitted by the listeners.. you can submit yours at TalkJetsRadio@gmail.com. Live at 8pm EST tune in!!
Once again renowned and legendary scribe and sportscaster,Dr.M.Lee''Doc'' Stanley Sr,hits the airwaves once again with his award winning and iconic radio show,'Sports In Depth'.
Bringing you a pre-game NBA All*Star show,along with,Lewis''The Hoopster''Hart with Doc in the backcourt on NBA All*Star game Sunday. Played this year in New York city at Madison Square garden.Knicks,Carmelo Anthony will be a starter in what will be his final appearance on the hardwood this season as a knee operation is forthcoming.The West,topped the East-163-158,with Russell Westbrook leading all scorers with 41 points and deservingly so garnering the MVP award. He was one point shy of the All*Star record of 42,held by New Yorker and NBA immortal,Kareem Abdul Jabber.
And we too say Happy birthday to NBA legends,first my dear and beloved friend,Julius''Dr.J'' Erving(22nd),the iconic Michael Jordan(17th),his dream team teamate and close friend Charles Barkley(20th),Celtic legend and the first ever African-American NBA coach and NBA champion, Bill Russell(12th).
His close friend and the greatest football player and running back ever,Jim Brown(17th) And tennis immortal,my good buddy,John McEnroe(16th).
Early birthday greetings to baseball's greatest switchhitter,Steady Eddie Murray and Floyd Mayweather,both share theirs on the 24th.
Hoopster also names his all time,NBA All*Star crew.Dipper,Tic-Tock,Clyde,The Pearl and the''Docthah'', Julius Erving.Michael Jordon is his sixth man. And during Black History Month,we salute and remember,Arthur Ashe. The first African-American male to ever win a Grand Slam and the U.S. Open. Arthur won the first ever open U.S. Open and the greatest and best U.S. Open.
''In some relationships,the problem is to little of the little things are not done.''
THIS WEEK ON RELEVANT RADIO (MPP RADIO) WE STEP OUR GAME AS USUAL FOR YA'LL!! WE HAVE PETER PARKER (WORKED WITH MTV, VH1, MGK, COUNTLESS OTHERS), YUNG BAMA FROM BOWLING GREEN, KY, AND SUICIDAL FROM NASHVILLE, TN. I HAD SWOOP GO AND INTERVIEW PETER PARKER FOR HIS USUAL INTERVIEW SEGMENT SO YOU KNOW YOU'LL LEARN ALOT ABOUT HIM AND THE INDUSTRY IN GENERAL. YUNG BAMA WILL BE ON TALKING ABOUT STUDIO 17 LLC AND THE LOT OF TALENT THAT COMES IN AND OUT OF THERE. HE'LL ALSO BE SPEAKING ON WHAT IT TAKES TO MAKE A NAME AND STAY RELEVANT IN THE INDUSTRY TODAY. AND FOR OUR "ON THE COME UP" SEGMENT THIS WEEK I'M BRINGING IN AN ARTIST THAT IM A FAN OF (SUICIDAL) TO SPEAK WITH HIM ABOUT HOW IT IS COMPETING IN THE HIGHLY TOUTED NASHVILLE RAP SCENE.. ALL THAT AND MUCH MORE AS USUSAL YOU DO NOT WANNA MISS THIS WEEKS SHOW!!!