With the Super Bowl now behind us, the Draft process full begins for all 32 teams. I would like to start a series going through some smaller schools that have NFL prospects. Starting off today we are going through the UAB Blazers. With their football team being resurrected not too long ago, they have some solid prospects coming into this Draft. Let’s dive into it!
Offense Players for the Blazers:
Spencer Brown, RB, #4// 5112, 220lbs
Spencer Brown is a guy I was pleasantly surprised with when going through the tape. Brown is a guy who has a good size to speed...
For today’s scouting report we have a small school stud to bring to you. Elerson Smith is a pass rusher out of the FCS school, Northern Iowa in the Missouri Valley Conference.
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Northern Iowa has produced some pretty solid NFL talent. David Johnson, running back for the Houston Texans, is the most recent notable player to play in the NFL. Brad Meester, long time interior offensive lineman for the Jacksonville Jaguars, hailed from Northern Iowa. Even Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt...
In March, we were supposed to have the first ever exclusive Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) football combine. The idea, founded by NFL legend Deion Sanders, was built to highlight the HBCU NFL Draft Prospects. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, that combine was canceled. On top of that, COVID-19 is also taking away the fall season for these HBCU programs as well. The ability for these athletes to get recognized seems to be getting more difficult by the day. These small-school prospects are unsure if they'll compete for a shot in the NFL for the foreseeable future.
HBCU football has...
Meet the next Taysom Hill: Tom Flacco. Well, at least that's what the experts think.
Flacco is more known as being the brother of Super Bowl winning quarterback Joe Flacco. To many at Towson University, he's just the star quarterback for their program.
Flacco started his college career at Western Michigan in 2015 and 2016 playing just 13 games. He threw for 188 yards and ran for another 266 yards in his time there. Rutgers became his next destination in 2017 and graduated in the summer of 2018.
Fans saw Flacco on the field as a starter for the first time with...