« Great Coaching + Great Talent = Great Results | Main | Sure U Can Dance, But Can U Fish? »

May 10, 2015

Comments

Ohio_Cane

Please support and share my fundraising campaign, Please Help These Young Children: https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/7zMMd/tx/94n5t9

86Cane

After clicking on the link above, click here, do it now:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BacR9X5He6E

Go Canes


Keep posting the link from time to time Ohio, I will continue to give periodically.

Terrance Sullivan

Love the article and OC will donate on Friday. Go Canes.

Ohio_Cane

Sully, U da man!

Also, whoever Marlin is from this site, thank U very much for your donation!

canesman45

Ohio, I've never posted before but have been reading the site for over 3 years. This cause touched my heart because a very similar thing happened to me over 50 years ago and I experienced the difficulties that is facing these two beautiful youngsters. I will help more in the future. Best of luck and all God's blessings on the family.

VfB_Cane

OC, this is a really sad story.

You went ahead and saved this blog a few weeks back. Now your help is needed on a much bigger level, and again you've come to the rescue.
You're a good man and you should be proud of yourself.
I wish you the courage and strength to take care of your niece and nephew, and a lot of donations from the Canespace family and others.

VfB_Cane

On a much happier note, the baseball team has won its eighth game in a row, sweeping NYIT with scores of 26-0, 13-1 and 19-1.
A Tuesday matchup with FAU (series tied 1-1) and three games from Thusrday to Saturday against GT conclude the regular season.

Ohio_Cane

Vfb, thank U very much!

UMike

4-Star LN Devin Bush from Flanagan said if UM was winning he would already be committed.

We need some wins this year to keep and grow this class.

UMike

LB **

CaneRock

Bush's Dad was a helluva player, would be a nice get...but when's the last time we got an FSU legacy...

VfB_Cane

We need some wins this year to keep and grow this class.

Posted by: UMike | May 11, 2015 at 08:43 AM

I'm sure you did it on purpose to avoid the 100th re-run of the acceptable record controversy, but "some wins" seems a bit vague, doesn't it? LOL

UMike

VFB...IDK whats the acceptable record will for FOR ME PERSONALLY...Im worried about how they play and the changes made. When I say "some wins" I mean a winning record, maybe 9-3 or better so recruits can be excited.

VfB_Cane

Ohio, icydn: I'm Markus.

Lurker

12-0 or 0-12, Bush was and is never coming. That was just a swipe by an FSU lock. Has zero intention of attending Miami, irregardless of record.

Ohio_Cane

Ohio, icydn: I'm Markus.

Posted by: VfB_Cane | May 11, 2015 at 09:55 AM
---------------------------------------------

I didn't know, but Thank U very much as well!

I'll be writing an article in the next month or two (if 86 approves lol). Probably when this fundraiser is over. The generosity of practically complete strangers makes me happy and proud. Can't really put it into words. Thank U all again!

UMike

12-0 or 0-12, Bush was and is never coming. That was just a swipe by an FSU lock. Has zero intention of attending Miami, irregardless of record.

Posted by: Lurker | May 11, 2015 at 09:59 AM

Maybe...maybe not...doesnt change the fact we have lost out on recruits due to losing and will need to win a lot of games this year to keep this class together and pick up more talent.

UMike

Ohio...wish I was in a position to give more. Glad I could help some..hope you reach your goal.

VfB_Cane

^^^^ scratch that. You asked for Martin.

Ohio_Cane

^^^^ scratch that. You asked for Martin.

Posted by: VfB_Cane | May 11, 2015 at 10:13 AM
------------------------------------------

I didn't know Markus either lol. Regardless, thank U for donating!

Ohio_Cane

There has been at least 7-8 Spacers who have donated, and I can't thank U all enough!

VfB_Cane

Maybe...maybe not...doesnt change the fact we have lost out on recruits due to losing and will need to win a lot of games this year to keep this class together and pick up more talent.

Posted by: UMike | May 11, 2015 at 10:10 AM

Exactly.
There are no scandals surrounding the program, facilities and SLS are much improved, and the Draft has rejuvenated the NFL U pipeline.

Negative recruiting now targets our lack of on-field success, and winning will cure that easily.

UMike

The shelter/group home I work at isnt in the best of neighborhoods..so naturally when I drive to work I go through some rough areas. Not anything I'm not use to growing up where I did in Miami.....so Friday Im driving to work and I get to a light about half a mile from the shelter. Light turns green and I start to move, about 3 seconds later 2 gunshots ring out 15-20 feet from my truck, wasnt 100% sure it was a shooting at first, looked in side mirror and seen legs running then 3 more shots, then I knew..had to duck and hit gas..dam near wrecked...5 gunshots within 20-25 ft from my truck...shot guy in the chest as he came out the barber shop...he lived thankfully. Those old instincts kicked in lol...

Hurts my heart those kids have to be in that area

UMike

Vfb,...I think/hope the draft help us big time in recruiting, but that momentum will only keep going with wins. Other schools doesnt even have to negative recruit if were losing.

Go Canes

I agree 100% that Bush is never coming here.

UMike

Just to be clear, I never said he was or wasnt coming here..not that any of us really know, but my point was more we need to win to keep this class and to snag others.

86Cane

Miami is my dream school.

I've already signed a lifetime contract.

If U need me, I'll be by the pool at the Student Center.

That is all.

Go Canes

@BruceFeldmanCFB: Saw how 45 players fm 2011 LSU-Bama game havebeen drafted..I looked at '01 #Miami-#VT game: 62 guys on rosters got drafted-39 Canes, 17 #1s.

Terrance Sullivan

What Soup said.

TheeMackJones

CAVEAT LECTOR Cane fandom. Or read it and turn Orange and Green with rage!
##########


By the numbers: Miami's inefficient offense

By David M. Hale


Miami's Brad Kaaya made short, safe throws on third-and-long last season and rarely converted.

This week we talked with Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya, who said one of the focal points for the Hurricanes this offseason is getting better in clutch situations -- i.e. red zone, goal-to-go and third down. Last season, Miami ranked 103rd in red-zone TD rate, 112th in goal-to-go TD rate and 95th in third-down conversion rate.

Perhaps those numbers aren’t so surprising given that Kaaya was a true freshman, and those situations put the most pressure on the quarterback. But there are a lot of conflicting numbers and explanations when it comes to Miami’s offensive efficiency.

Here’s what Kaaya had to say: "A lot of our third down issues are getting into third-and-manageable. A lot of times last year it was third-and-10."

It certainly sounds good, only the stats don’t back that up.

For one, Miami’s rate of 6.58 yards-per-play on first down was the second-best in the ACC (trailing only Georgia Tech). Good first-down plays tend to lead to manageable third-down plays. As such, Miami ran just 4.6 third-and-longs (8 yards or more for a first) per game last season, which was the sixth lowest average among Power 5 teams. Of the five teams that ran fewer, four won 10-plus games and three played in New Years Six bowls.

So if it’s not the number of third-and-long situations Miami found itself in last season, perhaps it’s how the Canes handled that adversity. And in that department, Kaaya has a legitimate point.

Last season, Miami converted just 16.7 percent of its third-and-long attempts. That ranked 58th out of 65 Power 5 teams -- just behind Wake Forest. But here’s the thing about Kaaya’s role in that: He really wasn’t that bad.


Brad Kaaya On Third-And-Long


Stat

Result

P5 rank


Comp. Pct. 60.00 9th
Yds./Att. 8.84 9th
Sack rate 6.30 Pct. 17th
Air yds./throw* 7.50 63rd
Conv. Pct. 18.80 55th


On third-and-long throws, Kaaya was 27-of-45 for 398 yards. That completion percentage ranked ninth among Power 5 quarterbacks. So, too, did his 8.84 yards-per-attempt average. Of the 21 Power 5 quarterbacks who averaged at least 8 yards-per-attempt, only two converted fewer than 25 percent of their third-and-long tries. Kaaya was at the rock bottom of that group and 55th among all Power 5 passers, converting just 18.8 percent, a touch below Clemson's Cole Stoudt (who averaged just 5.17 yards-per-attempt).

So how does it make sense that a quarterback who completes 60 percent of his third-and-long throws converts just 18.8 percent of those chances? The answer is play-calling, where Miami took virtually no chances with Kaaya in key situations. According to ESPN Stats & Info, Kaaya's average pass on third-and-long traveled just 7.5 yards in the air -- 63rd among 67 Power 5 passers with 25 such attempts. Twenty-seven of his 45 throws on third-and-8 (or longer) traveled less than eight yards. He completed 18 of those, but just three went for first downs. How much of that is the play call and how much is Kaaya checking down too quickly is an open question, but either way, the results are atrocious and Kaaya wants things to change.

"One thing we’ve definitely worked on is the red zone, throwing into tight windows, being able to cram balls in the goal line and short yardage and especially on third down," Kaaya said.

Still, that’s not the whole story. Those third-and-longs were a problem, but they weren’t the only problem. In fact, on third-and-short (3 yards or less to a first), Miami was just as bad. The Canes converted a woeful 54.7 percent of its third-and-short chances, good for 58th among Power 5 schools -- again trailing even Wake Forest. Of its 53 third-and-short plays, more than one-third went for a loss or no gain -- an astonishing number given Miami’s strong offensive line play, deep backfield and a tight end who was a Mackey Award finalist.

As with seemingly all things Miami last season, the on-paper version of the team and the realities of the season simply don’t match. There was a boatload of talent but too few positive results.

There are a lot of ways to measure efficiency and effectiveness, but here’s one: Yards-per-point. Miami averaged 14.72 yards for every point it scored, which ranked 84th nationally. In other words, the offense had to work harder than most to score the same number of points. Of the 41 teams worse, only two won eight games or more. It’s a tough way to win games -- particularly when you’re not running an up-tempo offense.

But as Kaaya said, the best way to address that inefficiency is to make the most of those critical situations, and that’s where Miami’s focus is now. Whether it works or not (and, it’s worth noting that those red zone, goal-to-go and third-down stats have been below average throughout Al Golden’s tenure) remains to be seen.

"A lot more opportunities could’ve been created if we’d just stayed on the field a few more plays," Kaaya said. "A lot of guys put up crazy numbers in our offense, but more points could’ve been scored if we just stayed on the field."

TheeMackJones

" So how does it make sense that a quarterback who completes 60 percent of his third-and-long throws converts just 18.8 percent of those chances? The answer is play-calling, where Miami took virtually no chances with Kaaya in key situations. " ESPN.com
$$$$$$$$$$$$

One of my wild-eyed meandering, conspiracy theories has ALWAYS been: Golden putting the HANDCUFF's on his offensive coordinators. Enter stage right the Florida game in 2013 and last seasons game against rival FSU, for examples.

Heck, even the announcers in both those games were pondering and wondering why Miami put the brakes on the offensive FLOW and what not. The beloved Golden anyone.

TheeMackJones

" "One thing we’ve definitely worked on is the red zone, throwing into tight windows, being able to cram balls in the goal line and short yardage and especially on third down," Kaaya said.

Still, that’s not the whole story. Those third-and-longs were a problem, but they weren’t the only problem. In fact, on third-and-short (3 yards or less to a first), Miami was just as bad. The Canes converted a woeful 54.7 percent of its third-and-short chances, good for 58th among Power 5 schools -- again trailing even Wake Forest. Of its 53 third-and-short plays, more than one-third went for a loss or no gain -- an astonishing number given Miami’s strong offensive line play, deep backfield and a tight end who was a Mackey Award finalist. " ESPN.com
***********

U can also add a DIMINUTIVE wide-out who was drafted in the NFL 1st Round and had an ASTOUNDING yards after catch rate and what not.

Go Canes

@CanesInSight: 2016 commit Uche continues to grow: The last player from Christopher Columbus to commit to… http://t.co/aRgtvbnLqs

VfB_Cane

OK, we get it: Golden underperformed since he came here. That's not hard to see.
But he's still here to coach (at least) another year.
So where does all that ranting and panting and name-calling get you? -- Nowhere.

All we can do is support the players and the program and hope the 2015 season will be markedly better than what we have seen in 2014.

It that doesn't work out, all we can hope for is that the new president will make the right moves concerning the athletic department and the coaching staff.

Because what did all the radio talk show rants and the plane-flying and banners amount to? -- Nothing.

Old Skool

In honor or dishonor of Tom Brady, here's a new Canespace fundraising shirt slogan

Kaaya's balls are fully inflated.

CaneRock


There are no scandals surrounding the program, facilities and SLS are much improved, and the Draft has rejuvenated the NFL U pipeline.

Negative recruiting now targets our lack of on-field success, and winning will cure that easily.

Posted by: VfB_Cane | May 11, 2015 at 10:25 AM

Yup.

CaneRock

LMAO! Gus done went viral:

https://www.facebook.com/rapperlatruth/videos/10152931080877881/

SinisterCane

Mack Jones bringin tha HEAT but please don't forget to add Coley to that list piss poor coaching

SinisterCane

Posted by: CaneRock | May 11, 2015 at 02:21 PM

You know how I feel about the CANEZ and social media lol SMDH lol

Da U N Houston


LMAO! Gus done went viral:

https://www.facebook.com/rapperlatruth/videos/10152931080877881/

Posted by: CaneRock | May 11, 2015 at 02:21 PM


LOL...For a 6'2 230+ guy buddy is lean. Now lets just hope he lowers them pads when the "beat drop"

86Cane

Kaaya's balls are fully inflated.

Posted by: Old Skool | May 11, 2015 at 01:26 PM

U made that TOO easy, WAY too easy...LOL

Terrance Sullivan

I see the Hurricane Club e-mail for away game tickets. So for me its 125 dollars outta my pocket. 80 dollars for FSU and 45 dollars for Pitt. Go Canes.

Old Skool

Kaaya's balls are fully inflated.

Posted by: Old Skool | May 11, 2015 at 01:26 PM

U made that TOO easy, WAY too easy...LOL

Posted by: 86Cane | May 11, 2015 at 03:23 PM

It sounds much better than "Kaaya plays with fully inflated balls"

Old Skool

Former Florida Gator and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez is facing another criminal charge: witness intimidation, prosecutors said Monday.

A grand jury indicted Hernandez on Friday on the latest charge, according to the office of Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel Conley. It said the victim of the intimidation was a witness to the Boston killings, which happened on July 16, 2012.

“Hernandez allegedly shot him in the face on the morning of Feb. 13, 2013, and left him to die on the side of the road in Riviera Beach, Florida, after the witness made a remark about the homicides,” the office said in a news release.

He also faces two counts of murder in Boston, where he is accused of gunning down two men in 2012 after one caused him to spill his drink at a nightclub.

Go Gators!!!

The Dude

Tom Brady suspended 4 games for Deflategate.

The Dude

Patriots fined, docked next years first pick and 2017 4th pick.

The Dude

Pretty *stiff* penalty for f*cking with balls, lol.

The Dude

Can we say that New England is just a cheating organization now?

The Dude

I meant you don't have to root for the Canes to lose with Al at the helm, it's just something he does naturally, lol.

The Dude

I wonder if Bob Kraft will demand a public apology from his QB?

Terrance Sullivan

Not hoping my Canes lose at all. I don't give a bleep who the coach is. IJS. Go Canes.

VfB_Cane

We'll see ... I refuse to accept that 2015 is a lost cause unless I find a way to time-travel to 2016 (or whenever we'll be good again).

The Dude

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | May 11, 2015 at 06:23 PM

That's why everyone loves TSully! IJS! Lol.

The Dude

Posted by: VfB_Cane | May 11, 2015 at 06:25 PM

That's cool. It's my greater point though, that fans have a right to be upset with Miami right now. As long as the posts aren't personal or completely off the crazy deepend, let the fans speak their mind. To me, there isn't any sense in questioning why people blow off steam on a blog.

The Dude

^^^ I said that with the Marine Corps band playing "America the Beautiful" in the background, while sitting on a Harley, wearing and Ametican flag tshirt and training a bald eagle in the art of falconry too.

Terrance Sullivan

Exactly the Dude.

86Cane

I said that with the Marine Corps band playing "America the Beautiful" in the background, while sitting on a Harley, wearing and Ametican flag tshirt and training a bald eagle in the art of falconry too.

Posted by: The Dude | May 11, 2015 at 06:40 PM

This part I love!

The rest? Well not so much...

The Dude

Haha, you don't have to like the rest SOUP, you just have to understand it is my opinion. That's all anyone has to do.

O_C, I'm gonna be in Ohio for a few months, we need to meet up for a game or something.

The Dude

And actually, you don't really have to do a damn thing brother. But everyone else needs to. Although, I will have my agent review my contract with you. To clearly go over the part that says I can say what I want after Al lost to UVA. Lmao.

The Dude

Furthermore, where is my boy UpNorthCane to defend Tom Brady and his Patriots?

Lurker

Not only is the horse dead, he's now mostly a bloody mound of organic matter

The Dude

Welcome to sports blogging Lurker.

86Cane

To clearly go over the part that says I can say what I want after Al lost to UVA. Lmao.

Posted by: The Dude | May 11, 2015 at 06:58 PM

Oh yeah, I forgot about that.

BLOG ON...

1canesfan

Breaking news: Patriots sign Uncle Rico to a four game contract.

UpNorthCane27

Whats good fellas? Been busy with school wanted to stop by and say a few things.

Ohio my condolences on your families loss, the children are lucky to have family like you and your wife around.

Second, F$@K the NFL no matter what they do you can't stop the Patriots, Tom Brady and BB!!! Heres the problem the Pats don't snitch they get snitched on by other teams jealous of their success.

You want to discredit Tom Brady? Lol it was fun to see him dismantle and eat up Seattle that fourth quarter of the super bowl. Colts are mad that the pats used under inflated balls? Lmao we scored more points in the second half with "properly" inflated balls.

Shannon sharpe is an idiot talking out of his horses ass face, knowing the denver broncos cheated with their salary cal manipulation. Give me a break were talking about psi levels that dont mean shitttttt..

Last but not least.......

ITS ALL ABOUT THE MUTHFING U!!!!

Ohio_Cane

UpNorth just dropped the mic and walked off lol

Appreciate the sentiments, bruh

Lurker

Welcome to dead horse beating, the dude.

Go Canes

Glad I checked in.

Had no idea Golden is on the hot seat!!

Lurker

it's shocking!

TonyCane

I wonder if the Pats will try to put a Grappalo uni on Brady, give him a dark visor, and put him out there anyway? Or sign European, veteran European superstar Braun Trady, again with same dark full face visor.

86Cane

Had no idea Golden is on the hot seat!!

Posted by: Go Canes | May 11, 2015 at 09:24 PM

NO WAY?

Is this true???

Is there a minimum # of games he MUST win this year?

Old Skool

Big deal. So Tom Brady is football's version of Gaylord Perry. Doctored balls make the game more interesting.


Old Skool

Hmm I wonder if Brady marks the cards when he plays poker.

Go Canes

It's coastal or he's gone!

TonyCane

It's 10 wins and an FSU loss, or 9 wins and a victory over FSU, IMO.

The Dude

TC,

That would be the most baller move ever. I hope the Pats do that, lol.

SinisterCane

Beat FSU or he's gone

The Dude

So last year he needed to check of 2 of the following 3 items.

(A) win the Coastal. Nope.
(B) win 10 games. Nope.
(C) win a bowl. Nope.

As we all know, I don't think he deserves to be here anyway, so in my opinion we can check (C) off the list for next year because if he doesn't do (A) or (B) before a bowl, I'm hoping he'll be canned.

The Dude

Winning the Coastal is mandatory, so I agree with Go Canes there. No excuse, win the Coastal.

The Dude

God forbid any major injury in the Fall, because: No Coastal, No Job, No Excuses.

SinisterCane

I thought this was year 1 for Golden lol

Sinistercane

http://miamiherald.typepad.com/sport...rylink=addthis

### A high-ranking UM official who has spent time with new UM president Julio Frenk said he doubts Frenk will inject himself into decisions regarding the future of Al Golden if next season is disappointing and Frenk likely will defer to what athletic director Blake James believes is best.

CoCane

SC,

That doesn't sound good...

The Dude

Remember how some of us said 2014 Canes were among the most talented in the nation and others laughed?

VA Cane

Brad has real balls!...and yes I said I want to see MLK slap Al Sharpton....hard...he would..love MLK real deal....and yes I said a chimp could have recruited for UM in late 90s.... it could. Glad you folks liked those thoughts
Ain't it a shame John Kerry represents us? Bonehead! Embarrassing he laid wreath in France on 70th anniversary of Victory Europe Day.....what a sap....and the haircut....he has kind hair....the kind you find on a dogs ass! What a blowhard hotair fool who threw off on his country!

UMike

Breaking news: Patriots sign Uncle Rico to a four game contract.

Posted by: 1canesfan | May 11, 2015 at 09:00 PM

Man....THATS funny! lol

UMike

If the definition of "beating a dead horse" is saying the same stuff over and over....then I guess we are ALL beating a dead horse. Just because you're pro Golden it doesnt exempt you from beating a dead horse in your blogging.

So Goldens future is up to Blake James? Lord help us lol

Go Canes

Under Blake James we are experiencing unprecedented success in our sports programs, record breaking season ticket numbers in football, a massive increase in donations and a never before seen upgrading of our facilities.

UMike

Go Canes,..I agree with those statements...well except "unprecedented success"(6-7)...however he also had ZERO issue with Golden having a 6-7 season and an embarrassing finish to the season. Not only was Golden retained after one of the worst coaching jobs in Miami history, but he was not forced to make any staff changes. If that is what we have to look forward to in James, in regards to Golden and football, then we are in trouble.

UMike

Anyone going to the UNC game on 11/15 in North Carolina?

UMike

Wonder if this is true.."This DB says Cane coaches told him if he grows another inch he'll have a Cane offer. So where does that put UM with him?"

86Cane

If the definition of "beating a dead horse" is saying the same stuff over and over....then I guess we are ALL beating a dead horse. Just because you're pro Golden it doesnt exempt you from beating a dead horse in your blogging.

Posted by: UMike | May 12, 2015 at 06:26 AM

Weak and you missed the target once again.

Sinistercane

Let's see how Blake turns out once the football Killa leaves in June

UMike

86...no one asked you...we all know your biased and love all the homers on this blog lol....EVERYONE is beating a dead horse, not just the haters....just cause you run the blog doesnt mean you're always right...unless you're my ex wife haha

UMike

86..any chance you're at the UNC game?

CaneRock

Cool:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Czy0pXRRZcs

CaneRock

I'm 3 for 3:

### Former UM basketball player Joe Thomas, who tried out for the Dolphins as a defensive end the past two days, said he hadn’t played football since Pop Warner, before high school, and hadn’t even met or worked out for the Dolphins before this weekend.

About a month ago, he told a graduate assistant on the UM basketball staff that he wanted to try football, and that assistant and an agent began contacting NFL teams.

The 6-7, 245-pound Thomas, who transferred from Niagara to UM last summer, said the Dolphins were the only team to show interest in auditioning him and his invitation to rookie minicamp surprised him.

He chose to play defensive end “because it feels the most natural, like when you’re going up for a rebound.”

He said he didn’t play football in high school because “I didn’t have time. But I’ve always loved football.”

CaneRock

Could Jameis Winston's replacement at Florida State be the same quarterback that nearly defeated him last season?

Citing "multiple sources with intimate knowledge of Golson's situation," 247Sports' Ryan Bartow reported Monday that the Seminoles are the "front-runner" to land former Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson. The former BCS Championship Game starter announced last week he was transferring out of South Bend.

"Barring a last-minute change of heart or any influence from elsewhere, [Florida State's] where he's headed,” a source told Bartow.

Notre Dame has reportedly declined to release Golson to opponents on the Irish's 2015 schedule -- including Texas -- as well as several Big Ten teams. Golson was connected with a possible transfer to multiple SEC schools, most notably South Carolina and Georgia, but that transfer would have required a waiver from the league office due to Golson's 2013 academic suspension.

If Golson does land at Florida State, he would be expected to battle redshirt junior Sean Maguire for the job of replacing the Heisman-winning Winston, who led the Seminoles to a national title and playoff berth in his two seasons under center in Tallahassee.

The Irish and Seminoles memorably faced each other just last season, with only a late offensive pass inteference call on a Golson touchdown pass preserving Winston's then-perfect record as a starter. Golson's career at Notre Dame spanned 25 games and featured 5,850 passing yards to go with 41 touchdowns -- but after Golson's turnover-fueled late season slump, it wasn't enough to keep Brian Kelly from starting Malik Zaire in the Irish's Music City Bowl upset of LSU.


CaneRock

STATES WITH DOUBLE-DIGIT PLAYERS DRAFTED:

FLORIDA: 39
GEORGIA: 30
TEXAS: 27
CALIFORNIA: 26
ALABAMA: 14
OHIO: 10

https://nfllabor.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/usa-football-2015-nfl-draft-picks-by-high-school1.pdf

The comments to this entry are closed.

My Photo
Blog powered by Typepad
Member since 06/2007