We recently had a chance to sit down with Cal(Pa) OC Eric Kush. Kush is one of the fastest rising small school prospects out there. He was recently named 1st Team All-PSAC West Team and 2nd Team All-Super Region 1 by Daktronics. Kush’s career accolades are even more impressive considering he came into Cal(Pa) playing on the opposite side of the ball. (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘Division II’
Monday, December 3rd, 2012
Thursday, September 6th, 2012
We are posting this a week later than we would of have liked but such is life. This is our intial Top 50 Big Board for Small School players. For the purposes of this board a small school player is any player that plays below the FBS level. In a few weeks we’ll expand this board to 100 and add some positional rankings that will be able to be found on our left menu. (more…)
Sunday, April 8th, 2012
Solomon Orr is a big man, listed at 6’7, 375 lbs his stature alone is intimidating. Then you get to see him play and just eat up his opponents. Solomon, like CB Logan Kerr, was a recent invite to the 2012 BSN Collegiate Showcase where we were able to watch him play.
Solomon talked to us about the JUCO route for school and whether or not he was advise other HS seniors to take that route over going to the four years schools right away.
He mentioned the stigma that comes with playing D2 football but also talked about how fantastic the Lonestar Conference is and how tough it is to play there.
He told us a good bit about the mentality you have to have as an offensive lineman to know that on every snap that man across from you is looking to come over the line and tear your head off.
We watch Solomon Orr play in Akron and on tape and were impressed by his light feet and ability to move in space. He played a lot of OT in college and we would like to see him kick inside to OG where his brute strength can be utilized. He also has the ability to pull and lead block on outside runs and screen passes.
Sunday, April 8th, 2012
Logan Kerr may not be the biggest, the strongest, or the fastest player on the field at any given moment but rest assured he will be the most prepared. Logan Kerr recently sat down with us and shared with us his thoughts on how he prepares to play CB despite dealing with bigger WR’s week in and week out.
He talked about how what we call trash talk is really just him trying to get into the others players head and break them mentally.
We watch Logan all weekend in Akron at the 2012 BSN Collegiate Showcase and he was the #1 lock down CB there by far. His match-ups v. Rico Wallace and Alex Tounkara were the match-ups to watch in drills. Showing off good press technique and loose hips Kerr was able to stay in their hip pocket the whole way through their route.