Posts Tagged ‘Josh Boyce’

Rookies Looking Ready to Step Up in New England Patriots Training Camp

Saturday, August 3rd, 2013

Second-round pick Jamie Collins is among the Patriots rookies standing out in training camp. (Photo: Stew Milne — USA Today Sports)

NEPD Contributor: Dan Hope

Every rookie goes into their first NFL training camp with an opportunity to prove himself, and a necessity to prove himself should he want to earn immediate playing time with his team. Many rookies are already taking advantage of that opportunity for New England Patriots, and look ready to take on immediate on-field roles for one of the NFL’s premier teams.

The rookie acclimation process is an important one for the Patriots this season, as they are relying at least somewhat on rookies to step up in a number of areas where their veteran presence is thin. While it may be too early yet to draw conclusions on the Patriots rookie class after just eight training camp practices, numerous Patriots rookies are already turning heads and outshining veteran counterparts.

In the three training camp practices I have attended thus far, the rookie standouts have ranged from second-round picks Jamie Collins and Aaron Dobson to undrafted free-agent signings Zach Sudfeld and Kenbrell Thompkins, all of whom who are expected to make an impact for the Patriots this season.


The Traits of Immediacy: Patriots Wideout Josh Boyce

Friday, July 19th, 2013

Rookie Josh Boyce is looking to emerge from a crowded Patriots wide receiving corps. (Photo: USA Today Sports Images)

NEPD Staff Writer: Oliver Thomas

There are 12 wide receivers heading into training camp with the New England Patriots. At the very skeleton, the position is broken down into outside receivers, slot receivers and special teamers.

Then there is Josh Boyce.


Film Room: Josh Boyce vs. Boise St. (2011)

Sunday, May 12th, 2013

Josh Boyce was a critical component of Texas Christian’s 2011 upset of Boise St. (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Editor: Matthew Jones

The new England Patriots spent their fourth-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, #102 overall, on Texas Christian wide receiver Josh Boyce. After the jump, take a look at some film cutups of Boyce in action against Boise St. during 2011, his sophomore season.


2013 NFL Draft: Patriots Select Josh Boyce

Saturday, April 27th, 2013
Josh Boyce NFL Draft

Josh Boyce is your latest addition for the Patriots at receiver.

NEPD Editor: James Christensen

With the 102nd pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Patriots have added Josh Boyce (WR, TCU).


A Prospect For Each Round: Wide Receiver

Monday, March 25th, 2013

Stedman Bailey could be a Patriots draft target in 2013. (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Editor: Matthew Jones

This week, we’ll be taking a look at some positions the New England Patriots may target in the 2013 NFL Draft on a round-by-round basis, highlighting one potentially-available prospect who may attract New England’s interest in each frame of April’s draft. Today, we’ll begin by taking a look at seven wide receivers that could end up in Foxboro next month.


2013 NFL Draft Scouting Notes: Michigan State vs. Texas Christian

Sunday, December 30th, 2012

Le’Veon Bell carried Michigan State’s offense all night. (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Staff Writer: Matthew Jones

What began as a defensive struggle between Michigan State and Texas Christian eventually concluded with a fair amount of scoring as the two teams began to find some offensive rhythm; ultimately, the Spartans were able to emerge with a 17-16 victory following a 47-yard field goal. Each of the game’s four major prospects – Le’Veon Bell, Dion Sims, William Gholston, Josh Boyce – improved their draft stock on the night. Read on for more information regarding these four juniors.


2012 NFL Draft: Potential Patriots in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl

Saturday, December 29th, 2012

TCU wideout Josh Boyce looks like a potential mid-round option should he declare for the draft. (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Staff Writer: Matthew Jones

7-5 Texas Christian will play 6-6 Michigan State tonight in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl in what should be a predominantly defensive affair. TCU ranks 35th in the nation in scoring defense, while Michigan State is ranked ninth. However, although both the Horned Frogs (61st) and the Spartans (109th) have struggled to score, most of tonight’s interesting prospects are on the offensive side of the ball. Read on for more information regarding the top six players who may be playing tonight.


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