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287-Pound Michigan Sophomore Rashan Gary Ran a 4.57 40-Yard Dash

Rashan Gary was the No. 1 high school recruit in the class of 2016. As a true freshman for the Michigan Wolverines last season, Gary totaled 23 tac...

By: Brandon Hall

Michigan RB De'Veon Smith's Mother Is All The Motivation He Needs To Make It in The NFL

Brothers compete. It's just what they do. As the youngest of five football-playing brothers, De'Veon Smith took his licks. Lance Smith played at...

By: Brandon Hall

Missouri DE Charles Harris Brings a 'Black Mamba Mentality' to The NFL

Charles Harris still remembers his first football play. He was a junior at Lincoln College Prep. He'd spent his entire life dreaming of being an NB...

By: Brandon Hall

The Indianapolis Colts Just Signed a Gigantic, Ultra-Athletic College Basketball Player to Be Their New Tight End

The Indianapolis Colts are hoping they just signed the next Antonio Gates. The team reportedly reached an agreement Mo Alie-Cox, 6-foot-6, 262-poun...

By: Brandon Hall

Video Proves Christian McCaffrey Might Have the Fastest Feet in the NFL Draft

Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey is the offensive Swiss Army knife of this year's draft class. The 5-foot-11, 200-pound beast can dominate th...

By: Rob Scott

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The 2017 NFL Combine is Finally Here

From the 40 to the Bench, these NFL prospects are ready to blow up the 2017 NFL Combine. It's time to shine. Let's go!!!

Solomon Thomas Weighed Close to 200 Pounds as a 4th Grader

Stanford defensive end Solomon Thomas talks about his undesirable weight as a child, and how he turned it all around.

Patrick Mahomes Didn't Know He'd Passed for Over 700 Yards in a Single Game

Quarterback Patrick Mahomes was too caught up in the heat of the moment to realize he'd broken an NCAA single-game passing record against Oklahoma.

Jabrill Peppers Makes NFL Combine Prep Fun

Former Michigan DB/LB Jabrill Peppers is having a great time grinding at EXOS San Diego as he prepares for the 2017 NFL Combine.

Why A.J. Green Doesn’t Believe in Mistakes

All-Pro receiver A.J. Green talks about the importance of learning from your own mistakes.