Turron Davenport First Round Mock Draft

Here it is, my first mock. This doesn't include trades. 1. Houston Texans: Jadaveon Clowney DE South Carolina Clowney is simply too good to pass up. The Texans can come back and grab a quarterback (Mettenberger) in the second round. There is also … [Read more...]

No Fly Zone: Trey Wolfe Fort Valley State CB

There are a lot of cornerbacks in the 2014 NFL Draft class. Fort Valley State has a player that will wow you when you watch him play. That player is Trey Wolfe. He has a very nice mix of speed, jumping ability and overall athleticism. This is a … [Read more...]

Josh Mauro: In The Trenches

The Pro Football Central draft series continues as Turron Davenport sat down with Stanford defensive end Josh Mauro. Mauro will be a great acquisition for whatever team that drafts him. His versatility is one of his many strong attributes. He is more … [Read more...]

Catch A Rising Star: Pierre Desir

Pierre Desir is a name that is not as known to everyone as some others but he is a prospect that is moving up many draft boards. The 6-1 small school corner back just completed two weeks of all star games. The first game was at the East-West Shrine … [Read more...]

Andre Reed: Over The Middle

The 2014 Hall of Fame class was announced on Saturday evening. One of the players that made it was Andre Reed of the Buffalo Bills. He had been on the ballot for a while now. Reed's first year of eligibility was 2006. There has been a logjam at the … [Read more...]

Ron Rivera: A Gamble That Paid Off

Ron Rivera was faced with a difficult task to start this year. The Carolina Panthers finished second in the NFC South Division with a 7-9 record yet some where calling for him to be fired. Both Rivera and the Panthers gambled on the 2013 season and … [Read more...]

Pete Carroll & Jim Harbaugh: A Tale of Two Coaches

The NFC Championship game will feature two teams that are hard nosed, aggressive and physical in their style of play. Both of these teams have taken on the personalities of their coaches. Jim Harbaugh and Pete Carroll have a long history of games … [Read more...]

Navorro Bowman: My Defensive Player of The Year

Throughout the San Francisco 49ers up and down season, there has been one constant. That constant is Navorro Bowman. The 49ers have suffered from injuries to so many players. Patrick Willis missed some time, as did Aldon Smith, Ray MacDonald on the … [Read more...]

John Gagliardi: The College Coach With The Most Wins Ever

"If you find a job you love, you never have to work a day in your life." That saying perfectly applies to former Saint John's (MN) head coach, John Gagliardi. He held that position from 1953 until 2012. He accumulated 489 wins over that time span … [Read more...]

Catch A Rising Star: Jace Amaro

It's not often that a defensive back watches the opposing offense break the huddle and sees a 6'6" 260 pound guy coming to line up in the slot position. However, this is exactly what the poor defensive backs that have had to face Texas Tech have … [Read more...]