Tag:Seth Jacobs
Posted on: July 5, 2011 10:52 am
 

Video: Badger Sports 7-on-7 Nationals

Posted by Bryan Fischer

Lots of FBS-caliber talent at the Badger Sports/New Level Athletics 7-on-7 National Championship this weekend. Here's plenty of highlights from some of the top matchups of the tournament.

Round robin play 

1925 vs. B2G 

1925: Troy Williams, Tyler Stewart, Jorday Payton, Bryce Treggs, Mike Davison, Chris Harper, Jaydon Mickens, Deontay Greenberry, Ishmael Adams, Randall Goforth, Richard Smith, Tee Shepard, Johnny Johnson, Shaq Thompson, Jeremiah Allison, Marc Phillipi.

B2G: Marc Evans, Matt Morin, Derrick Turner, Jalen Cope-Fitzpatrick, Trenton Irwin, Robert Lewis, Gabriel Marks, Michael Robert, Kenny Lawler, Kahlil Pettway, Shannon Edwards, Jeff Coprich, Devian Shelton, Jermaine Ervin, Seth Jacobs. 



1925 vs. Goon Squad

Goon Squad: Zeke Pike, Eddie Printz, Charless Davis, Gehrig Dieter, Elliot Fareber, Goose Cohorn, Jason Croom, Roger Lewis, Jeremy Graves, David Williams, Jesse James, Darrion Hutcherson, Ike Spearman, Deaysean Rippy, Steven Longa, Justin Combs, Jalen Mills, Brandon Simmons, Graham Gillispie, Edward Parris. 



Championship Game

1925 vs. Team Houston

Team Houston: Jordoan Scott, Kaylon Melancon, Shane McCarley, Javonte Collins, Ashton Bennett, Tavares Garner, Xazier Murry, Josh Martinez, Seth Lensford, Chris Dismutte, Richard Rose, Jared Ambres, Allan Scott, Selwyn Green.



Posted on: June 8, 2011 9:38 am
 

6/8 Recruiting Roundup

Posted by Bryan Fischer

- Boise State has developed quite the California recruiting pipeline

- Defensive end Leonard Williams plans on visiting Florida

- Recruiting never stops, as defensive end Todd Hunt's commitment to Fresno State proves. 

- Athlete Seth Jacobs had a very good visit to Arkansas

- Georgia's biggest recruit from 2011, Isaiah Crowell, has arrived on campus.

- Defensive end Adolphus Washington has narrowed down his list to a top 10.  
Posted on: June 6, 2011 9:09 am
 

6/6 Recruiting Roundup

Posted by Bryan Fischer

There's been plenty of talk about how important game three is in the NBA final. While June game three and isn't considered as important in the recruiting game, with school camps underway, the month can certainly set up some schools later on down the road as coaches build relationships with players and extend offers.

- One columnist thinks Al Golden and Miami should use the Heat's success in their recruiting efforts.

- MaxPreps/CBSSports analyst Tom Lemming thinks that the state of Alabama is loaded with players this year.
 
- A couple of updates on Michigan targets Jehu Chesson, Eric Olson and Jarron Jones

- Kansas extended an offer to cornerback Hugs Etienne

- Safety Seth Jacobs visited Arkansas on Sunday and came away impressed.

- Defensive end Michael Moore is considered a Virginia lean but he could wind up with Florida

- Washington signee Kasen Williams has stated his case to be the number one athlete in the country.

- Don't forget about the kickers and punters in the class of 2012.
 
 
 
 
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