NFL Draft Bible Spotlight Interview: Michael Bullard, DB, Peru State
Mav Sports Take Podcast - Episode 11 - College Recruiting & Notre Dame Football
"Co-hosts David Turner and Ryan Roberts discuss the latest hot topics from the world of sports!"
Mike Singer of BlueandGold.com joins the show to talk about an especially crazy recruiting cycle - opportunities, scholarships, recruiting visits, rankings, and more all impacted by the pandemic. He also gives an insider’s look at Notre Dame's recruiting class. David and Ryan talk about the state of one-win...
Ryan talks with Virginia's Joey Blunt and Kentucky's Yusuf Corker.
Joe, Alex, and Ryan preview the safety class for the 2021 NFL Draft.
Ryan talks with Virginia cornerback Nick Grant.
A few month's ago, Ryan Roberts caught up with The Citadel's Willie Eubanks III and William & Mary's Tyler Crist.
Ryan, Alex, and Joe cover the 2021 linebacker class, discussing big names like Micah Parsons, Dylan Moses, and Nick Bolton.
Ryan, Alex, and Joe discuss the top names in the 2021 Corner back group.
For EDGE week, Ryan spoke with Miami star Gregory Rousseau and Coastal Carolina stud Tarron Jackson.
NFL Draft Bible HBCU Senior Spotlight: Panel includes Aqeel Glass (Alabama A&M), David Moore (Grambling State), Qwynnterrio Cole (Alcorn State) and Taron Mallard (Bethune-Cookman). Special guest: Jordan Reid (The Draft Network)
Ryan, Alex, and Joe cover the 2021 EDGE class for the NFL Draft. They cover the big name prospects like Gregory Rousseau, Carlos Basham Jr., and more.
We explore the NFL landscape after cuts and also speak with Armanti Edwards about college football, social injustice and the 13th anniversary of Appalachian State's upset of Michigan in the Big House.
Listen to hear Danny Godlevske talk about opting out of his senior season and Brad Kaplan about Raiders football and Athletes Launch.
Mav Sports Take discusses how the current pandemic is effecting players, fans, and the business of football.
Mav Sports Take discusses the CFL shutdown and how it affects the development of young talent globally and gains true insight from the University of Illinois own Director of Player Personnel James Kirkland on what High School know about recruiting during COVID.
We dive deep into the NFL's readiness for the season to start, NBA's success with the bubble, and Social Justice for all.
Apart of a record setting CCSU team in 2019, Tyshaun "Big Game" James was a huge reason for the team's 11 win season and berth into the FCS Playoffs. Whether at wide receiver or wildcat, this former High School quarterback is a dynamic weapon who is a threat to score every time he touches the football.
After spending four years a part of the Penn State football program, offensive lineman Hunter Kelly is on the move. As a graduate transfer, he will look to bolster the University of Charlotte offensive line.
Heading into the 2019 season, Towson running back Shane Simpson was one of the premier draft prospects on the FCS level. Unfortunately Shane's season was cut short during their game against Maine. Granted another year of eligibility, Simpson is ready for a dynamic 2020 season and opportunity to be selected in the 2021 NFL Draft. Whether it is as a running back, receiver or returner, Simpson is one of the most talented playmakers in America on any level.
Coming to New Hampshire as a highly decorated three sport star, defensive back Evan Horn has become one of the better defensive backs on the FCS level. This hard hitting safety has big expecttions heading into the 2020 season, with eyes towards a shot at playing professional football.
After beginning his career at Baylor, Zach Smith made the move to Tulsa prior to the 2018 season. After sitting out as a transfer his first season, he took every advantage of opportunity this past season. Now a senior, Zach has his eyes set on a winning season for the team and a shot at his NFL dream.
From Arkansas State commit, to Presbyterian College freshman star and to Coastal Carolina workhorse, running back Torrance "C.J." Marable has quietly become one of the best all around running backs in the country. With a huge season in 2020, Marable has his eyes set on the 2021 NFL Draft and a professional career.
After beginning his career as an all conference performer at William & Mary, University of South Carolina tight end Nick Muse flashed big time for the Gamecocks in 2019. Now set to be a focal point of the offense, Muse is a high upside tight end to keep an eye on for the 2021 NFL Draft.
Northern Iowa has a plethora of next level talent returning for the 2020 season. Amongst the most outstanding players, senior defensive lineman Jared Brinkman is coming off of a highly productive 2019 season. With another standout year, Brinkman is a player to watch during the 2021 NFL Draft cycle.