Posts Tagged ‘2013 NFL Draft’

2013 NFL Draft: Top BYU, Notre Dame Juniors

Wednesday, July 4th, 2012
Tyler Eifert

Tyler Eifert, the Next Great Tight End Prospects from Notre Dame (Photo Credit:

Being that the Independent “conference” has just four teams, two of which being military schools that both rarely have prospects and, because of their commitment to service, aren’t really NFL Draft prospects anyways, we’ll focus on the two NFL Draft prospect filled teams that may also have Top 25 hopes: Notre Dame and BYU.

As we’ll look at the top five juniors prospects from these two schools, a common trend arrises: questionable quarterback play like both these teams have should have a direct impact on how these top junior prospects fare in the future.


2013 NFL Draft: Johnathan Hankins Scouting Report

Friday, June 22nd, 2012
Johnathan Hankins

Johnathan Hankins of Ohio State Could Be the First Big Ten Player Taken in 2013's Draft

Johnathan Hankins, DT, Ohio State
Height: 6’4″
Weight: 317
Grade: 7.7


NFL Draft Scouting Report: Tajh Boyd, QB, Clemson

Friday, June 8th, 2012

Tajh Boyd

QB Tajh Boyd – Clemson (JR)
Height: 6’1
Weight: 225
Grade: 6.2 H (Grading Scale)


2012 Dolphins: Will You Be My Quarterback?

Monday, March 19th, 2012

MDD Staff Writer: Chad Pullen

 Maybe the Miami Dolphins should have given Dan Marino jersey number 14 in 1983.  Because replacing #13 sure seems about as lucky as chasing a black cat under a ladder with a broken mirror in your hand for 13 hours staight. 

With Matt Flynn signing in Seattle, many Dolphin fans resumed their search for the perfect bridge to leap off of and panic was the word tossed around carelessly by the national media.  Folks, what was Matt Flynn going to do to make everyone feel so much better? 


Brandon Marshall traded to the Bears

Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

MDD Staff Writer: Chad Pullen

As the NFL new year began at 4PM EST today, the Miami Dolphins made the first move by trading away their best offensive player the past two years, WR Brandon Marshall.  Marshall now rejoins his former QB Jay Cutler in Chicago.  The two of them played together in Denver previously.  The Dolphins will receive a 3rd round pick this year, and a 3rd round pick next year as compensation.  Miami had acquired Marshall from the Broncos for two second rounders back in 2010.


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