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Primetime Prospects to Watch : Week 11

Thursday, November 12th, 2015

NEPD Staff Writer: CJ Sousa

Not all that interested in Bills/Jets Thursday Night Football?  Or just want to get a jump on the weekend?  No matter the case, NEPD has your viewers’ guide for the key prospects to watch in the prime time match ups, as well as a quick stock check on prospects moving up and down the draft board.

Who’s Up:

Entire Alabama Front 7: I’m kind of kidding here, kind of not.  Alabama has dominated all season long led by DT’s A’Shawn Robinson and Jarran Reed.  Last Saturday night, LSU got a front row seat.   The defensive front bottled up Leonard Fournette all game long, embarrassing a talent laden LSU offensive line along the way.  Robinson, Reed, DE Jonathan Allen and ILB Reggie Ragland all stood out all game long.

Alabama RB Derrick Henry: Henry’s draft stock is really catching steam.  Alabama rode Henry to the Promised Land last week by the tune of  38 carries, 210 yards and 3 touchdowns.  A physical specimen who can carry the load for four quarters, I believe Henry could be productive on a NFL roster today. (more…)


Primetime Prospects to Watch: Week 4

Friday, September 25th, 2015

NEPD Staff Writer CJ Sousa

A slower Saturday on the big game front?  Perhaps.  However the top NFL Draft prospects won’t be taking the weekend off – and neither should your television.  Here are the most prospect oriented games to keep an eye on.

#22 BYU vs Michigan 12:00 ABC

Michigan has been trending upwards since Week 1, but possibly face their toughest test yet with BYU.  Quarterback play will be big in this noon showdown.  Michigan QB Jake Rudock has already thrown five interceptions, and likely won’t be able to overcome those mistakes against a talented BYU front. (more…)


National Championship Prospect Preview

Friday, January 9th, 2015
Can newcomer Cardale Jones out-gun the Heisman winner?

Can newcomer Cardale Jones out-gun the Heisman winner?

NEPD Staff Writer CJ Sousa

Oregon.  Ohio State.  Truly pioneers of the collegiate national championship.  As the world was approaching a devastating second World War, Oregon and Ohio State were set to make a different kind of history.  The two schools met in the 1939 National Championship game in the first ever NCAA men’s basketball tournament (NABC at the time).  In front of a crowd of just over 15,000 people, Oregon prevailed over the Buckeyes 46-33.

Now, will a basketball game played 75 years ago impact what happens in Jerry World Monday night? Probably not. Nonetheless it is extremely ironic as the same two schools will meet in the first ever National Championship game in the playoff era. (more…)


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