• 7 Observations from the Harvard spring game
  • Top 50 Patriots Prospects: #30: Evan Williams, S Oregon:
  • Top 50 Patriots Prospects: #31: Dylan Laube, RB, New Hampshire
  • Patriots Draft Need #5: Cornerback
  • Recruiting Roundup: Avon Old Farms

Top 50 Patriots Prospects: #30: Evan Williams, S Oregon:

Williams started his career at Fresno State before transferring to Oregon last season. Williams was a Second Team All-PAC 12 performer and led the Ducks in tackles as a strong safety.  He proved he can play in all three levels of the defense last season after racking up 4.5 sacks and one forced fumble. He did not record an interception.  Here is my scouting report on Evan Williams Evan Williams,……

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Top 50 Patriots Prospects: #31: Dylan Laube, RB, New Hampshire

Laube was a multi-purpose threat at UNH rushing for 2,773 yards and 29 touchdowns. He caught 171 passes for 1,791 yards and 14 touchdowns and returned two punts for touchdowns and had 426 return yards. He finished his career with a litany of accolades including: First team FCS All-American, First team All-CAA, CAA Special Teams Player of the Year and he was a team captain. Here is my scouting report……

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Patriots Draft Need #5: Cornerback

Image courtesy of Michigan Athletics Cornerback is a big need for the Patriots. The cornerbacks on the roster currently are Christian Gonzalez, Jonathan Jones, Marcus Jones, Shaun Wade, Alex Austin, Isaiah Bolden, Marco Wilson and Azizi Hearn. It gets thin after Jones. The Patriots could use another corner who can come in and contribute as a rookie. Preferably they draft one that can play field corner and match up against……

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Recruiting Roundup: Avon Old Farms

Since coming to Avon Old Farms, Jon Wholley has taken the Connecticut school to the top of the NEPSAC football world. Last season, AOF went 7-3 and lost a NEPSAC bowl to Cheshire Academy. Avon featured one of the top quarterbacks in the country in Ryan Puglisi, who signed with Georgia. Once again, Avon should have one of the top teams in New England. Wholley has also done an incredible……

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Wide receiver questions looming large for the Patriots as NFL Draft approaches

Getty Images So, what are the Patriots doing at receiver? Eliot Wolf had plenty of praise for the current room when he met with the media on Thursday morning. But, Albert Breer has recently reported that the Patriots were one of a few teams to contact the Eagles regarding the availability of stud wideout AJ Brown. Brown turned his Instagram picture into Tom Brady and followed KJ Osborn and Jacoby……

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Breaking down the Patriots picks in Dane Brugler’s seven round mock draft

Image courtesy of The Athletic The Athletic’s Dane Brugler released his annual seven round mock draft this week. Here is who he has the Patriots taking and my thoughts on it. Round 1, Pick 3: Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina: I have been pretty steadfast in my belief that Maye is the pick if he is there. Dane thinks so too. Round 2, Pick 34: Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU: Suamataia……

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Top 50 Patriots Prospects: #32 Isaiah Davis, RB, South Dakota State

Davis rushed for 4,548 yards and 50 touchdowns in his career at South Dakota State. He has been one of the most productive running backs in the country the past four years. Some of Davis’ accolades in 2023 include: First team All-American; First team All-MVFC; FCS rushing leader and he was a team captain. Davis has one of the most impressive resumes of any player in this draft class. Here……

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Quarterbacks take center stage in Wolf’s pre-draft press conference

Patriots de facto general manager Eliot Wolf met with the media for about 20 minutes on Thursday morning and as one would expect, the focus was on the quarterbacks and what the Patriots will do with the third overall pick. Wolf addressed a variety of topics but the quarterbacks seemed to be on most media members minds in attendance. Wolf obviously did not reveal any of the Patriots draft plans……

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One week from the draft, Patriots still ‘open for business’ with No. 3 pick

Take a shot on the potential QB of the future or immediately fix multiple roster holes with a trade down? It’s the biggest question the Patriots have faced in 30 years and it’s a week away. Eliot Wolf met with a the media in a packed room at Gillette Stadium on Thursday morning, exactly one week from ultimately having to make a future-altering choice at about 8:30 or so next…

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