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Another great show lined up this week on FBGP's High School Round Up. Here's a list of the prospects that Gene Clemons & Emory Hunt are evaluating LIVE on the air:
RB - David Ducre - 6'0 220 - Lakeshore HS - Mandeville, LA
TE - Eli Wolf - 6'4 205 - Minster HS - Minster, OH
TE/DE - Tyrone Wheatley Jr. - 6'6 290 - Canisus HS - Buffalo, NY
TE/DE - Nick Potts - 6'6 218 - Madison HS - Hilliard, OH
G - Josh Wariboko - 6'4 280 - Casady School - Oklahoma City, OK
TE/OLB - Cole Murphy - 6'6 205 - Walnut Hills - Cincinnati, OH
DT - Ross Donelly - 6'2 300 - Cy-Fair HS - Cypress, TX
TE - Jake Kingera - 6'4 225 - Pickerington Central HS - Pickerington, OH
ATH - Nyheim Hines - 5'8 178 - Garner HS - Garner, NC
TE - Clay Schmerber - 6'7 225 - Centerfield HS - Centerfield, OH
If you're a HS prospect listening to the show and want your highlights evaluated live on the air, tweet us during the show! @FBallgameplan @geneclemons
And as always, we'll take calls and answer questions from YOU the fans throughout the show!
Eric Balkman and Dave Gerczak cover the 2014 Fantasy Football Players Championship (FFPC) Pros Vs. Joes League #4 Speed Racer Division. The Pros are made up of Kevin English from DraftSharks.com, Corey Parson from Sirius XM Fantasy Radio, Jay Myers from DynastyFootballWarehouse.com, Mike Clay from ProFootballFocus.com, Chris Woodall from RotoChatter.com and the Sablich brothers from the New York Times Fifth Down blog. They will take on the Joes made up of FFPC players Alex Blake, Chris Holland, Gregg Zwickel, Josh Neblett, Jeff Tirabassi, Shawn Coots and Rob Noye. Plus, the guys answer your calls, emails, tweets and more all on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour!
Offering info on vibrations and its affect on the body and mind from hip-hop culture, fashion, the foods we eat, people we allow around us and everyday life. Join us in Raising Your Viration!! We encourage our listeners to challenge themselves on Higher Vibrational perspective on different topics that can add or hinder ones spiritual and physical growth.
The topic and focus of this epsiode of HIGH VIBRATIONS is about being in Harmony with the high vibrations of the universe. We will discuss and got over the Law of Harmony, 1st of the 20 Universal Laws. We will also talk about why this law is of importance in everyday life. Join Us!!!
Eric Balkman and Dave Gerczak re-evaluate the ADPs of Christine Michael and Bernard Pierce in the wake of the Marshawn Lynch and Ray Rice news and talk about a fourth-round wide receiver that should be going much higher. The guys are also joined by longtime FFPC player Dan Hendrickson who will talk about the Pros Vs. Joes team he drafted July 20th and whether you really need to take big risks to win $300,000 in the FFPC Main Event. Plus, the hosts answer your calls, emails, tweets and more all on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour!
Tonight on What's Your Fantasy, join hosts Jared Ferree & Joe Everett as they get you ready for the 2014 NFL and Fantasy Football Season. On tonight's episode we'll discuss a key problem most fantasy owners will face this season: Do I spend a high pick on Graham or Gronk, or do I wait on the TE position? There are pros and cons to both sides, we'll discuss our opinions from drafts we have already done this season. We'll also preview some of the big new names from the rookie TE class and will any of them be ready to help out in 2014?
Greetings! Join me, Doctor Dayciaa C. Smith, for a beneficial back-to-school episode of Divine Experience on Sunday, July 27, 2014 @ 3:00 p.m. CST. I will give personal updates, talk about P.O.I.s for the week and share my shopping suggestion list of the top twelve bargain places for the impending school year. Our featured topic is on having a "spiritual school supply kit." Whether there's a fearful first-grader, a frantic freshman or a confident college student, this collection of divine principles and practices should be securely in tow wherever you go to foster wisdom, cultivate skills and talents, and most importantly to give glory to our Creator, Who is the Originator of all that is good, right and just. Tune in; this is must-hear show for the upocming school days.
This is the kickoff of my 2014 college football previews. I will start with previewing the Atlantic Coast Conference with fellow sports blogger extraodinaire Jake Anderson. Among the topics to be covered: 1) how will Louisville fare in its first season in the ACC; 2) will Notre Dame's partial football membership enhance the ACC's profile; 3) who could challenge Florida State; 4) should Florida State be a favorite to repeat as national champs; 5) where does the ACC rank among other power conferences?
Join Justin and Jarrett as they continue their adventure through the SEC and other top contenders across the nation to see who is for real and who gets extra time to study. They'll also keep you up to date with the Braves and the MLB trade deadline. Listen in and call in with your questions and comments!
Bordentown School -volunteers needed - restoration underway with volunteer electrical contractor John White! A museum on the once thriving black school's cam[us kknown as The Tuskegee of The North is John's Mission.
The Bordentown school, was originally established in 1886 by Rev. W. A. Rice, a minister of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, as a private institution under the name of New Brunswick Technical School. It was later called "The Ironsides Normal School." in honor of Commodore Stewart the benefactor of t Bordentown's Campus, his 350 acre estate .
Reverend Walter A.S. Rice of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in New Brunswick founded the Bordentown School in 1876 as New Brunswick Technical Institute a privately supported educational entity. Reverend Rice’s mission was to educate African American students of both sexes and train them “in such industries as shall enable them to become self-supporting”. The school was founded just five years after the famous Tuskegee Institute in Alabama was formed. It was known as the Tuskegee of The North"
The school relocated to Bordentown City in 1886, where it was shrewdly renamed and incorporated as the New Jersey Manual Training and Industrial School for Colored Youth. The name change from Technical Institute to Manual Training was an insult to the founders and it was the beginning of the propaganda campaign against black educational institutions, as a continuation of slave labor. The donor of the property, Commander Stewart, the oldest enlistee in the Civil War and an Irish activist demanded in his will that his property be used for training purposes- the State of New Jersey believes they meet the requirements, insofar as they offer training courses to their detainees.
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