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Get an early jump on the 2016 NFL Draft class, as we preview the top draft-eligible prospects at the tight end and fullback positions. We also examine some of the potential draft-risers and small school players worth noting, in addition to some of the underclassmen who should be on your radar for 2017 and beyond. Hosted by NFL Draft Bible Founder Rick Serritella and Senior Scout Joe Everett. Original content presented by NUC Sports. Log-on: www.NUCSports.co
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview All-Pro NFL Fullback and Alabama Crimson Tide Alum Le’Ron McClain
To Host Free Youth Football Camp in Tuscaloosa June 20
What: All-Pro fullback and Alabama Crimson Tide alum Le’Ron McClain will host his annual free youth football camp June 20 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama at American Christian Academy. McClain is a Tuscaloosa native and received an athletic scholarship to play football at the University of Alabama. This is his ninth year hosting the free camp and it is open to football players, ages 6-18. Each child will receive a t-shirt, lunch and hands-on football instruction.
To register your child visit www.usafootball.com/fun
Join Jeremy "The Impact" York as he brings you his unique take on the Texas Revolution of the Champions Indoor Football League! Tonight he has his "infamous game notes" and for the first time ever, TWO Revolution players on the show! He's first joined by WR Trent Hicks THEN FB/LB Taylor McCuller calls in to talk all things Revolution! Join them, in the RevolutionZone!
It's a big weekend in sports! Today, the NFL draft gets underway and we have former NFL fullback LeRon McClain who knows exactly what it's like to sit at the draft waiting for your name to be called. He was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the fourth round of the 2007 NFL Draft.
And put your best hats on, it's Kentucky Derby time! And Kevin Cox, the Brooklyn Cowboy, gives us his impressions of the positions that were announced yesterday for both the Derby and the Oaks.
Of course there's baseball to talk about, NHL playoffs, and so much more!
Tune in today and every Thursday at 1 p.m.
On this episode of the NFL Front Office show brought to you by Sport City Chefs network. Hosts Brian Hughes and Rhodri Jones play the NFL Draft trivia game! Listen in as our hosts discuss past and present Drafts and see how well you know the NFL draft. Call in number is 1-917-889-9592. Show airs 9am pacific time 12pm eastern time. Get ready to be entertained and amazed!!
KD checks in with "The Blogfather" Bob Sturm and gets his take on everything from draft strategy to ignoring the safety position. Bob weighs in with his favorites at multiple positions of need for the Cowboys. Following, Co-Host Keith Mullins joins to pile on the avoidance of the glaring safety need.
04:07 Cowboys Draft Strategy/Preferred Draft Strategy
07:55 Dallas’ Needs Entering The Draft
12:22 Defensive Tackle Favorites In The Draft
16:52 Strategy For First Round Pick/ Trading Back
19:53 Safeties In the Draft and Cowboys Needs/Approach to Position
26:36 Linebackers in the Draft/ The OTTO?
31:37 Glamour Posiion of Cowboys Draft: The Running Backs
40:39 Converting CBs to Safeties A No-No?
52:37 Running Backs In Great Detail: Top 6 Backs
1:17:30 Other Backs In the Draft
1:24:25 Cowboys Fullback Obsession/ Special Teams Roles for Backs
1:31:20 Todd Gurley and His Knee
Welcome to the NFL Front Office Show bought to you by the Sport City Chefs! On today's show hosts Brian Hughes and Rhodri Jones dive into the FREE AGENT FREENZY! NFL free agency begins today let our experts prepare you for all that is about to unfold. Wondering who your favorite team maybe targeting? Call in our experts will bring you up to speed. Plus the boys will discuss the top five interior and exterior offensive lineman, and top five tight ends. All this and more on the Front Office Show!
2015 NFL Draft Prospect
Michael Burton an invitee to the NFL Scouting Combine is projected to play fullback but more athletic than meets the eye.
Burton is currently training at Parabolic where he is getting bigger, stronger and faster. The former Rutgers standout proved to NFL Scouts he is more athletic than orginally thought after performing him NFL combine workouts.
Go one-on-one with Burton as he talks Rutgers football his path to the NFL Draft on this exclusive College2Pro.com Players Platform Show.
Former Illinois running back/fullback Carey Davis joins Joe Lisi on The Weekly Bitz. Davis played from 2000-2003 and caught 114 passes for 751 receiving yards with 5 touchdowns. He also rushed for 1,012 yards and 1 touchdown on the ground.
Davis was a tough hard nosed player that played the game with intensity and heart. Davis had a blue collar attitude that epitomized the Illini team. Davis played special teams and did the "dirty" work between the tackles. He was an outstanding blocker and utilized in the passing game because of his pass catching ability. Davis was an all-around back that was the ultimate team player. He played the game with great emotion and played every down with his best effort.
Davis became an undrafted free agent in 2004 and played in the NFL from 2004-2010 winning a Super Bowl with the Pittsburgh Steelers in their victory over the Arizona Cardinals in Tampa Bay.
Earnest Byner grew up in Milledgeville, Georgia where today he is a hometown hero to many. He was raised by his grandmother, a teacher who gave him the extraordinary example of teaching. It is this gift that has been engrained in Byner to always go “above and beyond” to be more than a player and more than a coach to teach and help others. He believes his teachings are simple, God to man, and man to man with a genuine care for the guys. He artfully applies his grandmother’s teachings to listen, hear, watch, and do, and has done this as a player and a coach with a lot of passion.
Byner attended East Carolina University (1980-1983) where he played fullback. He had an outstanding college career as he gained 2,049 yards on 378 carries. Byner was inducted into the East Carolina Hall of Fame in 1998.
Byner was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the tenth round of the 1984 NFL Draft. He played for the Browns (1984–1988; 1994–1995), Washington Redskins (1989–1993) and the Baltimore Ravens (1996–1997) throughout his career. He finished his 14-year NFL career ranked 16th on the NFL’s all-time rushing list with 8,261 yards on 2,095 carries, with 56 touchdowns. He also caught 512 passes for 4,605 yards and 15 touchdowns, returned 33 kickoffs for 576 yards, and scored a touchdown on a recovered fumble, totaling 13,442 all-purpose yards and 72 career scores. Byner left the NFL finishing as one of the top 50 all-time leaders in rushing attempts, rushing touchdowns, and total yards.
Byner is a two-time Pro-Bowler (1990 & 1991)
Join Bryan Yates and Alan Zlotorzynski every Wednesday at 9 pm EST for NFL football and Fantasy Football talk. We cover the news from the NFL, recap the games from Sunday and Monday and preview the upcoming games. Also we talk fantasy football, waiver wire pickups, drops, help with your rosters and more.
Joining us on tonight's show will be Ickey Woods, former fullback who played his entire NFL career (1988 to 1991) with the Cincinnati Bengals. He played college football at UNLV. He is best remembered for his "Ickey Shuffle" end zone dance, performed each time he scored a touchdown.
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