Apart of a record setting CCSU team in 2019, Tyshaun "Big Game" James was a huge reason for the team's 11 win season and berth into the FCS Playoffs. Whether at wide receiver or wildcat, this former High School quarterback is a dynamic weapon who is a threat to score every time he touches the football.
After spending four years a part of the Penn State football program, offensive lineman Hunter Kelly is on the move. As a graduate transfer, he will look to bolster the University of Charlotte offensive line.
Heading into the 2019 season, Towson running back Shane Simpson was one of the premier draft prospects on the FCS level. Unfortunately Shane's season was cut short during their game against Maine. Granted another year of eligibility, Simpson is ready for a dynamic 2020 season and opportunity to be selected in the 2021 NFL Draft. Whether it is as a running back, receiver or returner, Simpson is one of the most talented playmakers in America on any level.
Coming to New Hampshire as a highly decorated three sport star, defensive back Evan Horn has become one of the better defensive backs on the FCS level. This hard hitting safety has big expecttions heading into the 2020 season, with eyes towards a shot at playing professional football.
After beginning his career at Baylor, Zach Smith made the move to Tulsa prior to the 2018 season. After sitting out as a transfer his first season, he took every advantage of opportunity this past season. Now a senior, Zach has his eyes set on a winning season for the team and a shot at his NFL dream.
From Arkansas State commit, to Presbyterian College freshman star and to Coastal Carolina workhorse, running back Torrance "C.J." Marable has quietly become one of the best all around running backs in the country. With a huge season in 2020, Marable has his eyes set on the 2021 NFL Draft and a professional career.
After beginning his career as an all conference performer at William & Mary, University of South Carolina tight end Nick Muse flashed big time for the Gamecocks in 2019. Now set to be a focal point of the offense, Muse is a high upside tight end to keep an eye on for the 2021 NFL Draft.
Northern Iowa has a plethora of next level talent returning for the 2020 season. Amongst the most outstanding players, senior defensive lineman Jared Brinkman is coming off of a highly productive 2019 season. With another standout year, Brinkman is a player to watch during the 2021 NFL Draft cycle.
After beginning his career at the University of Utah, Austin Lee made the most of his opportunity over his final two seasons at BYU. With notable range on the back end, Lee has some nice coverage versatility moving to the next level. He is the type of safety that could be a steal in the later rounds of the 2020 NFL Draft.
After a breakout season in 2019, Missouri linebacker Nick Bolton has already grabbed the attention of the NFL. An explosive athlete with a well put together frame, Bolton could rise to the top of the talented linebacker board with another big season.
After beginning his career at Mississippi State, quarterback Nick Tiano transferred back home to play for the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. With great glimpses over his final two seasons, Nick now has his eyes set towards professional football. With the pre draft winding down, he has a chance to sit down with our own Ryan Roberts to discuss his college career, pre draft process and an outlook moving forward.
Chatanooga quarterback Nick Tiano is one of the more talented passers in the 2020 NFL Draft class. Apart of this four part series, we sit down with Nick's agent, Craig Domann, to get an in depth look into Tiano's pre-draft process.Originally playing at Mississippi State, we profile Tiano's journey through the collegiate ranks. Craig sits down to talk about his skill set, the pre draft process and what makes this talented signal caller tick.
Chatanooga quarterback Nick Tiano is one of the more talented passers in the 2020 NFL Draft class. Apart of this four part series, we sit down with QB Coach Steve Fairchild to get an in depth look into Tiano's pre-draft process.Originally playing at Mississippi State, we profile Tiano's journey through the collegiate ranks. Coach Fairchild sits down to talk about his skill set, biggest improvements and what makes this talented signal caller tick.
Chatanooga quarterback Nick Tiano is one of the more talented passers in the 2020 NFL Draft class. Apart of this four part series, we sit down with Warrior QB Coach Warren McCarty to get an in depth look into Tiano's pre-draft process.Originally playing at Mississippi State, we profile Tiano's journey through the collegiate ranks. Coach McCarty sits down to talk about his skill set, biggest improvements and what makes this talented signal caller tick.
Apart of a historically talented wide receiver core for Rhode Island over the last two years, Ahmere Dorsey is looking to use his versatility to take a shot at professional football. Aside from being a productive wide receiver, Dorsey is arguably the most dangerous kick returners in the entire 2020 NFL Draft class. Ahmere sits down with our own Ryan Roberts to discuss his college career and outlook into the next chapter of his career.
After an achilles injury ending his 2019 campaign early, University of Maine linebacker Deshawn Stevens is back for vengeance in 2020. Heading back to Stevens' sophomore year, he was one of the best off ball linebackers on the FCS level. En route to an All-CAA honor, Stevens would post 120 tackles, 17 tackles for loss and nine sacks. At 6-2 and 255 pounds, you aren't going to find many more impressive linebackers physically in all of college football.
Apart of one of the best defensive units on the FCS level, defensive lineman Seth Thomas has stood as a valuable contributor for the unit over the last few seasons. At 6'6" and 264 pounds, Thomas has some traits that are very appealing as he transitions to the professional level.
After blowing up the National Scouting Combine, Maryville College LB/S Jamal Ware has put the scouting world on notice. With experience playing multiple roles on a defense, he has some interesting physical traits professional teams can build on. He discusses his path to Maryville, playing career and outlook into the future.
With experience at both cornerback and safety during his Rhode Island career, Momodou Mbye ended his career with a bang in 2019, recorded 67 tackles and 5 interceptions. With his Rams career coming to an end, Mbye now has his eyes set to proving his worth to a professional team. He sits down with Ryan Roberts to discuss his career, some favorite moments and outlook into the future.
Coming off a very productive season in 2019 for Ball State, quarterback Drew Plitt has even higher expectations for himself and his team heading into 2020. Sitting down with our own Ryan Roberts, Drew spoke about his love for Ball State, relived some of his individual successes, an outlook for his team moving towards next season and his dreams of playing professional football.