• Recruiting: Xaverian’s Jon Mould commits to Harvard
  • Recruiting: Like father like son. Isaiah Kacyvenski follows in his dad’s footsteps by committing to Harvard
  • UMass: The Minutemen add Central Florida defensive back Jermaine McMillian in the transfer portal
  • Recruiting: For Jackson Harper, committing to UConn and staying at home was a no brainer
  • Recruiting: Carpenter’s unlikely journey leads him to Indiana

2016 NFL Draft: Doc’s Thoughts on the Wide Receivers.

1. Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss, 6-2 221: I know people are hung up on Treadwell’s forty time and I know it has hurt his stock, but this kid is too good of a route runner and too polished not to be the number one receiver in this class. Sure he’s had some drops, but I think he is the most complete receiver in this class and he can step in…

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2016 NFL Draft: Doc’s Thoughts on the Tight Ends.

1. Hunter Henry, Arkansas, 6-4 1/2 250: Henry is a bit undersized and an average blocker at best but he is a good route runner who has a feel for getting into open spaces and he can seperate after the catch. Henry is a move tight end who can be used to create match-ups. He reminds me a lot of a Jacob Tamme and Garrett Graham. He’s on the smaller…

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2016 NFL Draft: Doc’s Thoughts on the Offensive Tackles.

1. Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss, 6-5 310: Tunsil is long and athletic. Gets out on 5 technique defensive ends quickly in the run game and can cover them up and seal them. Tunsil moves well in all four directions. He’s comfortable moving laterally and can work together with a guard or tight end on a scoop block. Moves well vertically as well and has shown the ability to consistently seal…

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2016 NFL Draft: Doc’s Thoughts on the Guards.

1. Cody Whitehair, Kansas State, 6-3 1/2 301: Whitehair is athletic. He moves well laterally in zone blocking schemes and when pulling. Comes off of double teams quickly and can seal a second level defender. Whitehair is a good pass blocker. Moves well laterally and can punch and recoil. He is a little light in the pants and he will struggle at times against bigger tackles but he’ll compete. Solid…

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2016 NFL Draft: AFC East Team Needs.

Buffalo Bills: QB, DT, WR, S Needs Breakdown: The Bills need to solve their quarterback problem long term. I know they believe in Tyrod Taylor but they need to find a long term solution at some point in this draft. Defensive tackle is truly their primary need. This year’s defensive tackle draft class is loaded so the Bills should be able to draft a quality player with pick number 19….

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2016 NFL Draft: AFC North Team Needs.

Needs Breakdown: The Ravens have multiple needs. Defensive end is their primary need. Baltimore couldn’t get to the quarterback last season but they hope to fix that problem in this draft. The Ravens have Eugene Monroe at left tackle but he’s getting older and the Ravens wouldn’t mind acquiring his replacement in this draft. The Ravens are a 3-4 team defensively. They need to to add a couple of outside…

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2016 NFL Draft: AFC South Team Needs. 

Houston Texans: WR, C, DE, S Needs Breakdown: The Texans added Brock Osweiler and Lamar Miller in free agency but they still need a wide receiver that can start opposite DeAndre Hopkins. Cecil Shorts III and Jaelen Strong don’t appear to be long term answers. With center Ben Jones leaving for divisional rival Tennessee, The Texans need a center. This draft is deep at the position. Look for the Texans…

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2016 NFL Draft: AFC West Team Needs.

Denver Broncos: QB, OG, ILB, TE Needs Breakdown: The defending champs have several holes to fill in this draft. John Elway wants to acquire another quarterback but he would rather sign or trade for a veteran rather than draft a quarterback . Despite that, Denver will probably take a quarterback at some point in this draft. The Broncos offensive line is being turned over. Russell Okung and Robert Stephenson were…

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2016 NFL Draft: Doc’s Thoughts on the Centers.

1. Ryan Kelly, Alabama, 6-4 311: Kelly is big for a center. He has long arms and is strong at the point of attack. He is a high I.Q player who understands fronts and the blocking schemes he’s playing in. Terrific run blocker who fits into double teams and gets movement. Solid short area pass blocker who moves well laterally and can punch and recoil. Kelly has moved into the…

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2016 NFL Draft: Doc’s Thoughts on the Defensive Ends.

1. Joey Bosa, Ohio State, 6-5 269: I really enjoy watching Bosa play. He has a big time motor and is active all along the line of scrimmage. Bosa is strong at the point of attack. He can anchor down against the run and hold the edge. He wins many of his one on one battles against tackles with his get off. Bosa is a good tackler who finishes ball…

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