Interview: 10-4 season leaves SAU fans wondering if Landon Simpson will be high MLB draft pick

When we last caught up with Southern Arkansas pitcher Landon Simpson he was just hitting his stride in the 2015 season. The former Arkansas Razorbacks relief pitcher was stretching his arm out as a No. 1 for the Muleriders posting a 4-3 mark through nine starts. In those nine starts he had 53.2 innings pitched, a 43/11 strikeout to walk […]

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Interview: New Jersey QB Darius Gibson going through position progression on and off the field

In 2014 Franklin High School went through a learning curve on and off the field. The Somerset, New Jersey squad finished 2-8 but like most units that take their lumps in one season, watch out for that same team the following season. The Warriors have returning starting quarterback Darius Gibson back for his senior campaign in 2015. The 6’0”, 182 […]

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Video Highlights: USC Commitment Daelin Hayes

In 2014 the 6’4”, 245 pound, defensive monster Daelin Hayes only got to play three games before off the field transfer problems limited his season but in the few games played Hayes was truly awesome suiting up for St. Bonaventure High School in California. The 5-star recruit has offers from programs like Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, Boston College, Cincinnati, Duke, […]

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Interview: St. Louis RB Tre Bryant running towards Big 12, SEC, and Big Ten scholarship offers

Christian Brothers College (High School) running back Tre Bryant is just that, a running back, and a really good one at that. On inside handoffs, off tackle, cut-backs in a zone blocking scheme, and on outside sweeps, if he finds as much as a little crease he is gone. With great blocking in front of him, the Class of 2016 […]

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Fun interview with St. Anthony Long Beach DL Curtis Weaver

St. Anthony High School’s Curtis Weaver has a very bright future ahead. The 6’4”, 265 pound, defensive lineman/defensive end is a force opposing California offenses have to account for play after play. Fighting off double-teams and chip shots from running backs, Curtis still came up with 52 tackles, 13 tackles for a loss, 7 quarterback hurries, 4 pass deflections, and […]

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Interview: Recruiting for North Carolina LB Ryan Gilmartin picking up in offseason

When we last spoke to Charlotte Christian linebacker Ryan Gilmartin in mid-February recruiting for the 6’1”, 230 pound, tackling machine was really just starting. Wake Forest and Hawaii had offered with dozens showing interest after he posted a stat line of 103 tackles, 5 sacks, 19 tackles for a loss, and 6 pass breakups. Now the North Carolina native has […]

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Quick Q&A interview with Class of 2016 California TE Cole Fotheringham

The future is very bright for San Clemente High School tight end Cole Fotheringham. The Class of 2016 standout already has offers from Boise State, Nevada, Utah, BYU, and Utah State entering his senior season. Before the 6’5”, 225 pound, target finishes his senior year more offers are sure to be dropped on the table with teams like USC, Washington, […]

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Arizona Saguaro QB Karé Lyles throwing darts all the way to Wisconsin

Since Barry Alvarez took over the Wisconsin program in 1990 three things have been a constant with the Badgers football team, great coaching, wins, and talent. Alvarez won three Big Ten Championships in the 1990’s turning the Badgers into a winning program by 1996. Following Alvarez’s win-loss-tie record of118-73-4 during his time as head coach from 1990 through 2005, even […]

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Corona Class of 2017 RB Malik Walker one to watch in 2015

When the 2014 season came to a close for Corona High School the thought “wait until next year” was first and foremost. The Panthers struggled through the year finishing 1-9 but not all that comes with a bad season was on the coaching staff or the players. After going through a first string and second string quarterback with everyone learning […]

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Interview with Class of 2016 Evangel Christian WR Corey Henderson Jr.

The Shreveport, Louisiana area has always been a hotbed of football talent ever since Hall of Fame QB Terry Bradshaw played at Woodlawn High in the 70’s. The latest high school football star that is getting ready to make the jump to the college level is Corey Henderson Jr. On March 30, the 6’1”, 170 pound, wide receiver for Evangel Christian […]

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Quick Q&A with San Juan Hills DE Tim Newman

San Juan Hills High School defensive end Tim Newman is preparing for a standout senior season. The soon to-be three-year starter tore up opposing California offenses for 81 tackles, 11 tackles for a loss, and 9 sacks in 2014. Newman earned First-Team All-South Coast League honors but more importantly stoked his college recruiting. Pac-12, Mountain West Conference, and Ivy League […]

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In 24 hours Tom Herman has put Houston football back on the CFB map

Since the Jack Pardee-John Jenkins era University of Houston football has been influx. In the mid to late 1980’s through 1990 the Cougars unleashed their exciting brand of the run-and-shoot offense making quarterback Andrew Ware a Heisman Trophy winner and David Klingler a household name. By 1991 the thrill ride was over. With coaches like Kim Helton and Dana Dimel […]

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Interview: Oklahoma safety Calvin Bundage headhunting along the way to the college ranks

In a town 14 miles due north of the heart of Oklahoma City stands a football cautionary tale. When parents talk about being fearful for their child’s safety on a football field, traces of the conversation can be linked back to the town of Edmond. When media talking heads expound on the violence of the game of football, they are […]

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Texas Tech continues recruiting flurry, adds seventh verbal in May

The recruiting efforts of Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury and offensive coordinator Eric Morris have paid big dividends in the month of May. Starting with the verbal commitment of cornerback Neiman Armstrong on May 4, the Red Raiders have added seven commitments to their haul in May coming up with 11 commits total thus far for the 2016 class. […]

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Louisiana LB De’jon Harris verbally commits to Arkansas

In 2014 linebacker De’jon Harris helped lead John Ehret High School to a 9-2 record. While racking up 82 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, 3 forced fumbles, 2 recovered fumbles and 5 pass breakups and adding 216 rushing yards on 31 carries with two scores, college recruiters were watching. On Thursday the 6’1”, 230 pound, 3-star talent called the Hogs […]

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Interview Part Two: Long Beach DE Curtis Weaver the straw the stirs St. Anthony’s defense

In Part One of the interview with St. Anthony’s defensive lineman Curtis Weaver we covered the 2014 season, got an idea of how the Saints may do in 2015, and talked about some of the moves the 6’4”, 265 pound, tour de force likes to use during the game against opposing offensive linemen. We closed the first part of the […]

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Interview Part One: Long Beach DE Curtis Weaver the straw the stirs St. Anthony’s defense

If you have never seen St. Anthony’s High School play a football game, after sitting down and then watching one series on defense it would not take very long to indentify No. 9 on the field. Filling in the No. 9 jersey for St. Anthony’s is defensive lineman Curtis Weaver. Weaver is a gap filling, signal-caller rushing, and quarterback sacking […]

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San Clemente TE Cole Fotheringham working defenses like a WR for Pac-12 and MWC scholarships

No matter who is under center for San Clemente High School in 2015 head coach Jamie Ortiz knows he has a mismatch on offense he has to exploit game after game. That offensive weapon is 6’5”, 225 pound, tight end Cole Fotheringham. Fotheringham finished up his junior season in 2014 burning Southern California defenses by pulling down 55 passes for […]

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West Orange dual-threat quarterback Woody Barrett sets announcement date

On Wednesday West Orange High School’s standout quarterback Woody Barrett set his announcement decision date. On June 3 the 6’2”, 225 pound, prospect is expected to verbally commit after receiving 11 scholarship offers from top programs nationwide. The Warriors finished the 2014 season 12-2 with Barrett at the helm drawing national attention from programs like Clemson, Ole Miss, Notre Dame, […]

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Interview with one of California’s best sleeper recruits DE/OLB Tim Newman

One can make the assumption that San Juan Hills High School standout Tim Newman can cut a rug because when he is on the field he is absolutely cutting the turf. The 6’2”, 230 pound, defensive end as an array of moves and a motor that just will not quit giving the impression of an intricate dance with every snap […]

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Quick interview with Texas Class of 2016 WR Kofi Boateng

Arlington-Lamar High School posted a lot of points on the board in 2014 thanks in-part to wide receiver Kofi Boateng. The 6’1”, 180 pound, receiver snatched 66 passes out of the air for 1,023 yards with 15 touchdowns. Showing versatility he added 158 yards on the ground off 14 carries with another two touchdowns to round out his junior campaign. […]

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Defensive Back Kiondre Thomas Commits to Louisiana Tech

Louisiana Tech continues to land great talent for their 2016 recruiting class. The Bulldogs are not only picking up commitments from Louisiana but they are also doing getting talented recruits from outside of the state. On Monday night, Tech picked up a commitment from defensive back Kiondre Thomas who plays at Northside High School in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Thomas has amazing speed […]

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FSU lands former Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson

A potential answer to the trivia question who replaced Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Jameis Winston at Florida State was announced on Tuesday – former Notre Dame starting quarterback Everett Golson. Golson graduated from Notre Dame over the weekend with much media attention given to potential suitors hoping to land the 6’0”, 200 pound, two-year starter as a senior transfer. The […]

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Interview with nation’s No. 2 RB Clemson commitment Tavien Feaster

Since Dabo Swinney’s unlikely and dramatic rise as the head coach of Clemson in 2008 the Tigers have been a team on the brink of elite success. In 2009 Clemson went 9-5 then had their only losing season under the former Alabama collegiate wide receiver in 2010 after a 31-26 Meinkeke Car Care Bowl loss to South Florida. After the […]

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Exclusive Interview: Kiondre Thomas talks verbal commitment to Louisiana Tech

On Monday night 6’0”, 170 pound, speedster Kiondre Thomas became the ninth commitment to Louisiana’s 2016 recruiting class. Thomas is the fifth defensive back landed by the Bulldogs and the second 3-star athlete landed out of the state of Arkansas (DB David Beasley, Pine Bluff). In a Recruiting News Guru exclusive interview we caught up with Kiondre moments after he […]

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Fun Q&A with Ellender High School RB Justen Harris

Justen Harris had a great high school career at Vanderbilt Catholic and Ellender High in Southern Louisiana. In his senior season Harris accumulated about 700 rushing and 600 receiving yards. The 5’11” speedster also scored 19 touchdowns. The Louisiana talent is looking to make his dream a reality and play football at the next level. In an interview last week, we talked […]

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Fun Q&A with South Terrebonne RB Cristian Wallis

Cristian Wallis had a monster senior season for the South Terrebonne Gators in Bourg, Louisiana. The 5’7” star running back ran for an incredible 1,864 yards and scored 29 total touchdowns. Wallis won many individual awards in 2014 including First-Team All-District running back, First-Team All-District kick returner, District 8-4A Offensive MVP, First-Team All-Region MVP, First-Team All-Region running back, and First-Team All-State. In […]

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Fun interview with top rated Grossmont JUCO LB Nick Galatis

When Nick Galatis was at Clairemont High School in sunny San Diego he was a tackling machine racking up triple-digits on the stat line year after year. After a couple of years of fighting through various injuries that included a broken ankle and a broken nose which kept him off the field, he is now preparing for his sophomore season […]

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Interview with Fort Smith Northside 4.34 CB speedster Kiondre Thomas

Until the mid to late 1980’s football players were noted to have good to great speed but then a guy named Bo Jackson came around and shattered all preconceived notions about “football speed.” The Auburn star running back was not only big and strong along with talented, but he was also blazing fast running a reported hand-held 40-yard dash time […]

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