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In this episode Scott Wright of DraftCountdown.com previews the 2016 Senior Bowl week by counting down this year’s Top 5 most interesting storylines.
Topics Include: Another Gronkowski playing tight end in the NFL? Can a highly-rated safety prospect actually cover? Who is making the transition to new positions? Which pass rushers and blockers might emerge? How early could a small school quarterback come off the board?
The 2016 Senior Bowl week is in the books, which means it's time to review what happened in Mobile. In this episode Scott Wright of DraftCountdown.com takes a look at the prospects who helped and hurt their draft stock the most.
Players covered include Ohio St. WR Braxton Miller, North Dakota St. QB Carson Wentz, Louisville DT Sheldon Rankings, Eastern Kentucky DE / OLB Noah Spence, Indiana OT Jason Sprigg, Baylor DE Shawn Oakman and Michigan St. QB Connor Cook.
Standouts from the 2016 Senior Bowl join host Joe Everett on location in Mobile, Alabama. On this show:
RB Kenneth Dixon, Louisiana Tech
DB DeAndre Houston-Carson, William & Mary
OL Jason Spriggs, Indiana
LB Tyler Matakevich, Temple
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The 2016 Senior Bowl week is coming to a close and the third set of practices are in the books. In this episode Scott Wright of DraftCountdown.com takes a look at some of the standouts from Thursday's sessions.
Players covered include Louisiana Tech RB Kenneth Dixon, Minnesota CB Eric Murray, Stanford OG Josh Garnett, East Carolina TE Bryce Williams, Duke S Jeremy Cash, Michigan C Graham Glasgow, Baylor WR Jay Lee, South Carolina St. DT Javon Hargrave, Kansas St. FB / TE Glenn Gronkowski and Louisiana Tech QB Jeff Driskel.
The 2016 Senior Bowl week has kicked off and the second set of practices are in the books. In this episode Scott Wright of DraftCountdown.com takes a look at some of the standouts from Wednesday's sessions.
Players covered include Boise St. S Darian Thompson, Louisiana Tech DT Vernon Butler, Ohio St. TE Nick Vannett, Michigan St. C Jack Allen, San Jose St. RB Tyler Ervin, Alabama DT Jarran Reed, SE Louisiana CB Harlan Miller, Georgia OLB Jordan Jenkins, Texas Tech OT Le'Raven Clark and L.S.U. S Jalen Mills.
The 2016 Senior Bowl week has kicked off and the first set of practices are in the books. In this episode Scott Wright of DraftCountdown.com takes a look at some of the standouts from Tuesday's sessions.
Players discussed include North Dakota St. QB Carson Wentz, Illinois DL Jihad Ward, Temple DT Matt Ioannidis, Ohio St. WR Braxton Miller, Louisville DL Sheldon Rankins, Georgia WR Malcolm Mitchell and BYU DE Bronson Kaufusi.
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Helion Prime was first conceived from a common love of metal and all things science. The band was founded when Jason Ashcraft (of Dire Peril) asked Heather Michele (of Graveshadow) to form a project with him. Between the two, they had worked with such artists as Mark Briody (Jag Panzer), Brittney Slayes (Unleash the Archers), Andy LaRocque (King Diamond), Ralph Scheepers (Primal Fear), Arjen Anthony Lucassen (Ayreon/Star One), and Niklas Isfeldt (Dream Evil). The concept; power metal with themes based on actual scientific theories with the occasional sci-fi tribute. The name Helion Prime was borrowed from an alien planet featured in the film "Chronicles of Riddick," a movie the two were great fans of. She accepted the exciting proposition without hesitation. The two recorded their first demo track in June of 2014, and with the help of members from Dire Peril and Axiom, Helion Prime debuted their first live performance in August 2014 at the Boardwalk in Orangevale, CA. The dynamic duo then released their first EP on February 26th, 2015 with a full length album in the works. Helion Prime’s lineup was completed after bringing Jeremy Steinhouse on bass and Justin Herzer (of Axiom) on drums. In August of 2015, Helion Prime set out on their first tour, playing shows in Oregon, Nevada, California, and Utah. Their debut album will be out at the end of February, and the band (who payed us a visit early last year) will be back on the show to premiere some new songs for all of you to hear, so be sure to tune in!!!
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LAZARAS erupted as a testament to a love of horror movies and music. Citing influences including Black Sabbath, the Misfits, Iron Maiden, Alice Cooper, and the Ramones, the band sought to incorporate their love of death and violence with their love of guitar-driven, aggressive music.
The result is a band that adds a unique flavor to horror punk. The diverse taste and background of the members are reflected in their albums. The songs range from short assaults to extended poundings, from punk to metal, from light-hearted horror to eye-gouging terror.
That doesn't mean that the band can't occasionally sit back, sip some eggnog, and enjoy the holiday festivities...
Besides, if you think about it, some guy you don't know climbing down your chimney in the middle of the night has all the makings of a classic horror film!
Merry Flippin' Christmas!!!
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Clark's Secret Identity is an experimental rock band that is hard to associate with any certain subgenre. While predominately influenced by modern progressive rock, the band also incorporates the sounds of art rock, post rock, and even hints of doom metal and punk. Despite these labels, CSI strives to connect personally to the listener rather than distance themselves as many experimental bands do, and the songs display a penchant for tightness, cohesion, and accessibility.
Clark's Secret Identity was formed in early 2014 when drummer Matthew Bankes posted an ad seeking musicians for an original rock project with a progressive rock feel. The ad was answered by guitarist Shane Anthony, a classically trained songwriter fresh out of college. The two struck an immediate bond over common musical interests and started jamming and discussing ideas. Bassist Keith Horning, a longtime friend and former bandmate of Matthew’s, joined the project and the core trio was complete. In 2015, Clark's Secret Identity decided to pull four songs from their growing song list to record for their debut EP. Recorded and engineered by Odin's Court guitarist Matt Brookins at D2C Studios, Clark's Secret Identity's debut EP was released on December 22, 2015 as a digital download.
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