Navy played Ohio State today in some dope new uniforms. They rocked “Summer White” uniforms by Under Armour. The uniforms resemble the Naval Academy’s Summer Whites military uniforms.
Each players rank was on the shoulder boards and pants.
Here’s how you will be able to identify a player’s rank:
Freshman: anchor but no stripes
Sophomore: anchor with one diagonal stripe
Junior: anchor with two diagonal stripes
Senior: anchor with one parallel stripe
Captain: star and three parallel stripes
Johnny Manziel could turn out to be a better pitchman than Peyton Manning.Read more
Stefon Diggs, Maryland – Most electrifying player in college football with ease.
DeVante Parker, Louisville – If it’s up for grabs he’s coming down with it. Best Mosser in all the land college or professional.
Rashad Greene, Florida State – Smoother than your favorite uncle at a nightclub.
Amari Cooper, Alabama – Best route runner in college football.
Shaq Roland, South Carolina – Expect a breakout year from Little Warrior of Columbia.
Shane Wynn, Indiana – By season’s end you will know exactly who Shane Wynn is.
Nelson Agholor, USC - He’s better than Robert Woods and Marqise Lee.
Ty Montgomery, Stanford – The best thing to happen to slot WRs since Wes Welker.
Antwan Goodley, Baylor – So essentially if this was 1994, Goodley would be Marshall Faulk? OK cool, makes sense.
Tyler Lockett, Kansas State – Small kid that plays big….consistently.Read more
Live in the now. Enjoy the moment. The late great Maya Angelou put it best: “Be present in all things and thankful for all things.”
Make sure you enjoy the 2014-2015 college football season. It’s going to go by faster than you think. Also, appreciate the players that will make the season great, because they’re top-notch ballers that will be eligible for the NFL Draft next season. You have five months to enjoy these studs before they get paid to entertain you on Sunday afternoons.
While there are other prospects than the ones on this list that are bound to go within the top 10 picks in 2015 — like Randy Gregory, Leonard Williams, and Brandon Scherff — these are the eight players we’re really anxious to see get picked high. Here are some of our favorite top 2015 NFL Draft prospects.Read more
Luke Kuechly – If he played in NY, Chicago or Dallas he’d be a household name.
Derrick Johnson – Best all-around linebacker in the game.
Navorro Bowman – Even if he’s hurt he’s still one of the best in the game hands down.
Aldon Smith – The only person that can stop Aldon is Aldon.
Terrell Suggs – Confident and courageous with a killer instinct.
Robert Mathis – Is he still too small to play in this league?
Lavonte David – Remember this name if you don’t already know it. If you do know it, don’t debate me.
Clay Matthews – If the Matthews are the Kardashians of football, Clay is Kim — THE FAMILY JEWEL.
Vontaze Burficit – My apologies kid. After your terrible senior year at Arizona State and poor showing at the combine I didn’t think you had a chance in the NFL. Thanks for proving me wrong and congrats on the new deal bro.Read more
Eric Striker, Oklahoma – Did you see what he did to Alabama in the Sugar Bowl last season? He also racked up 10.5 sacks for loss too.
A.J. Johnson, Tennessee – Might be the best linebacker in the SEC this season.
Myles Jack, UCLA – Some think he gets too much attention because he played both ways last season, but the kid is THAT good. You don’t win Pac-12 offensive and defensive player Freshman of the year if you’re lame. He’s going to wreck at linebacker this year.
Ramik Wilson, Georgia – There are NFL linebackers that play 16 games that don’t put up the numbers Wilson did last season, which was 133 tackles.
Shaq Thompson, Washington – He might be the most athletic linebacker in the country after this season is over.Read more
J.J. Watt, DT Houston Texans – I’m still trying to figure out how he gets so many sacks from the DT position.
Robert Quinn, DE St. Louis Rams – The Rams quietly have one of the best defenses in football and Quinn is a huge reason why with 19 sacks last season.
Muhammad Wilkerson, DT New York Jets – Let’s call him Henry Thomas Jr, 10.5 sacks…
Sheldon Richardson, DT New York Jets – Let’s call him John Randle Jr, 78 tackles….
Greg Hardy, DE Carolina Panthers – Breakout season last year with 15 sacks up four from his 11 in 2012. Unfortunately, more sacks more problems.
Gerald McCoy, DT Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Best defensive tackle in football is an understatement. Led all tackles with 56 QB hurries and also sacked the quarterback 9.5 times.
Mario Williams, DE Buffalo Bills – He was the right pick in the 2006 NFL Draft.
Kyle Williams, DT Buffalo Bills – Just a dog. He racked up 10.5 sacks from the DT position last year.
Haloti Ngata, DT Baltimore Ravens – Good luck blocking this guy.
Geno Atkins, DT Cincinnati Bengals – Quicker than a college running back on his worst day.
Ndamukong Suh, DT Detroit Lions – Any polygraph test will tell you that NFL guards and centers still fear him.Read more
Leonard Williams, DT, USC – Everyone talked about Jadeveon Clowney all last season long and not a peep was made about what Leonard Williams was doing on the left coast last season. Best defensive lineman in college football today.
DeForest Buckner, DE, Oregon – Great against the run and pass and ready for a breakout 2014 season.
Markus Golden, DE, Missouri – 55 tackles and 13 were for loss. Add in 6.5 sacks and expect all those numbers to go up this season now that he’s bigger, stronger and faster.
Darius Hamilton, DT, Rutgers – The best run stopper in the country.
Alec James, DE, Wisconsin – A linebacker playing defensive end. He’s going to be a load to handle. Watch him give LSU fits on opening weekend.
Dadi Nicolas, DE, Virginia Tech – As a backup he racked pu 32 tackles and 4 sacks last season.
Darius Philon, DT, Arkansas – As a true freshman last season, he racked up 46 tackles, 9 tackles for loss and 3 sacks. The scary thing is that he only started five games.
Robert Nkemdiche, DT, Ole Miss – Some considered him a bit of a disappointment or late bloomer at best last season. Expectations are always going to be huge when you’re the #1 overall player in the country out of HS. Everyone failed to mention that Nkemdiche played the majority out of position at defensive end. When he was able to play his natural defensive tackle position he balled out. Everyone’s healthy this year and the real Rob Nke will tear up the SEC.
Vince Taylor, NG, Vanderbilt – His stats aren’t impressive but his game film is amazing and that’s all that matters.Read more
Football is finally back! It’s going to be a great 2014-2015 season. High school football got started last Friday. This week, Dick’s Sporting Goods has been releasing videos from their dope series, “Hell Week”. This is their third year and this season they are featuring the Martin Luther King Jr. High School Cougars from Philadelphia. Check out the series below.Read more
As the running back position slowly begins to become very insignificant, the tight end position is becoming more of a priority. They aren’t your conventional tight ends. They’re smaller, faster, and basically glorified wide receivers. Shannon Sharpe was ahead of his time. Here are the top tight ends to look out for this college football season.
Nick O’Leary, Florida State – Throwback. Wears no gloves and can block well. We just have to keep him off that damn motorcycle.
Clive Walford, Miami – Former basketball player who didn’t start playing football until his senior year of high school. Came back for his senior season to improve his draft stock. Went on a streak of 27 straight games with a catch.
O.J. Howard, Alabama – Calvin Johnson is 6’5″ 236 lbs. Howard is 6’6″ 240 lbs and doesn’t run as fast as Johnson but definitely faster than the SEC linebackers trying to cover him this season.
Jeff Heuerman, Ohio State – Not an explosive playmaker, but steady like Jason Witten.
Devin Funches, Michigan – Reminds me of the good Ricky Dudely, athletic freak that you can’t cover. Also reminds me of the bad Ricky Dudely, way too many dropped balls.
Tyler Kroft, Rutgers – This is rare in today’s game, but Kroft can catch AND block.
Maxx Williams, Minnesota – Baby Gronk
Ben Koyack, Notre Dame – Anyone notice that the Fighting Irish has slowly become Tight End U?
Jake McGee, Florida – If Nick O’Leary wasn’t playing for FSU, thenRead more