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5-star rated CB Jabrill Peppers draws comparison to NFL All-Pro DB Charles Woodson
Jabrill Peppers is in strange territory right now. As the nation’s No. 2-ranked player of the 2014 class, the 6’1”, 205-pound, 5-star rated cornerback and target of the Michigan Wolverines, has a world of pressure on him to perform as a college freshman. Does he have a limitless ceiling, or is he being set up for failure? The Paramus Catholic (N.J.) prodigy has already been compared to Charles Woodson, perhaps the greatest player to ever suit up for the Wolverine's2014 and 2015high profile recruits
Drake Harris has been full of surprises during a wild ride down the recruiting trail. First, the Grand Rapids Christian star commits to Michigan State's 2014 class. Then, just over a month later, he again made an early-stage commitment to the University of Michigan. Harris wanted to focus solely on football while in college, so choosing Michigan makes sense for him in a number of ways. Despite the fact that Michigan State has been known as a wide receiver-friendly team, Michig
Holly Broncos add offensive firepower with quarterback guru Donovan Dooley
The Holly Bronchos football program just added a little firepower to its roster. However, the new talent that’s at Holly isn’t an athlete, he’s a coach. According to the Bronchos’ Facebook page, quarterback “guru” Donovan Dooley has agreed to join head coach Ryan Culloty and Co. The Bronchos have steadily climbed the ranks, becoming one of the Flint Metro League’s teams to watch each fall due to solid play from their signal-callers. Jo
Grand Rapids Area Top 5 early 2014 Class
The city of Grand Rapids has produced a staggering amount of talent over the years, and within its limits are a handful of capable athletes that have the potential to play at the college level. Drake Harris, of course, is the area’s No. 1 prospect. He carries a 4-star rating from and holds offers from everyone under the sun (just about), including, but not limited to, Alabama, Michigan, Michigan State, Cal, Ohio State and Notre Dame. The 6-foot-4, 180-pound is on
Former Stoney Creek 2-sport star Eric Fisher living the NFL dream
Eric Fisher lived the dream Thursday night in New York City. The former Rochester Stoney Creek basketball and football star was the No. 1 overall pick of the 2013 NFL Draft, selected by the Kansas City Chiefs. After four years of development at Central Michigan University, Fisher morphed into a bonafide college star after entering the ranks as a 2-star prospect. How could this be? How could a 2-star rated player become the top pick of the NFL Draft? Fisher serves as an exampl's Detroit Top 5 for 2014 Class
The Motor City has long been known for outstanding high school football players. Detroit Cass Tech, MLK, Country Day, Catholic Central and other Detroit-area schools have churned out Division I talent by the truckload in decades past. The 2014 recruits are shaping up, and we’re getting a clear picture of who’s who in terms of the top prospects in the Detroit metroplex. There are at least a dozen or so top-tier 2014 prospects in southeastern Michigan, but highlights lesser-known 2014 WRs with high-level interest
Wide receiver is one of the most sought-after and athletic positions on the football field. A good wideout gives his team a chance to stretch the field, but he also – due to being a threat downfield – opens up the run game. Running backs certainly appreciate that. wants to highlight five wide receivers of the 2014 class that you may or may not be familiar with. Hey, that’s just what we do. Athletes. Discovered. Remember that. Now, on to a
Loyola High School receives donation for Breakfast Program
Substantial Start Breakfast Program [Detroit, MI]– On March 13, 2013, Loyola High School (Dertoit, MI) received a check in the amount of $500 from Gridiron Tech, LLC and Citizens Bank to fund Loyola's 'Substantial Start Breakfast Proigram." Gridiron Tech LLC, CEO Herman Moore, former Detroit Lions Wide Receiver, and President Joy Grzelakowski visitedLoyola High School to present thecheck to Loyola High School which has a limited breakfast program. The donation
Local Funding Helps Youth Attend Summer Camps and Clinics
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Maysaa Mackie March 20, 2013 313-436-0043 ext. 115 Local Funding Helps Youth Attend Summer Camps and Clinics [Dearborn Heights, MI] – On March 15, 2013, HYPE Athletics Community received a check in the amount of $500 from Gridiron Tech, LLC and Citizens Bank. Gridiron Tech LLC, CEO Herman Moore, former Detroit Lions Wide Receiver, and President Joy Grzelakowski visited the HYPE Recreation Center to present Ali Sayed, Justin C recognizes the state's former prep talent wearing the maize and blue
Playing college football for the Michigan Wolverines is a common dream for droves of young talent in the Great Lakes State. Having the opportunity to strap on the winged helmet and wear the maize and blue is considered the highest honor, something that high school athletes can only dream of doing. That dream is reality for several Michigan residents, and would like to recognize the state’s former-prep-talent-turned-Wolverines by highlighting those who hail from Michigan
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