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Derrick Baity Jr. Once Thought Going to College Was Impossible. Now He's Headed to the NFL

Derrick Baity Jr.'s body tells a story. To NFL scouts, that story is potential lockdown cornerback. Baity's 6-foot-2 frame gives him a bullying pre...

Lukas Denis Has Been Working With the NFL in Mind Since He Was 6 Years Old

Lukas Denis couldn't wait. He was just a kindergartner, but the urge to strap on a helmet and pads was overwhelming. He was still too young to for...

The Pro Factory: How Ohio State's WR Room Churns Out Beasts

Ohio State's wide receiver room is a bonafide pro factory. Since 2015, six Buckeye receivers have been drafted into the NFL. After the 2019 NFL Dra...

A Challenge From Urban Meyer Set Terry McLaurin on the Path to Greatness

June 9, 2013. An Ohio State instructional football camp has just concluded, and a sweat-soaked Terry McLaurin is inside Urban Meyer's office. McLau...

Recruiting With Coach X: An Anonymous D1 Coach Analyzes a High School RB

Because NCAA rules prevent college coaches from speaking publicly about recruits, it's often difficult to get an inside-look at how coaches actually s...

A Lifetime of Intense Training Has Khalil Hodge on the Edge of His NFL Dream

It's an unbearably hot day in Antioch, California, and Khalil Hodge is losing to his little brother. The two are sprinting up a steep hill under th...

How Andrew Wingard Went From Undersized RB to Breaking Tackle Records at Wyoming

For an inexperienced skier, a double black diamond is a frozen death trap. With steepnesses often in excess of 45 degrees and potentially bone-shat...

Recruiting With Coach X: Anonymous D1 Coach Analyzes a High School Defensive End Prospect

Because NCAA rules prevent college coaches from speaking publicly about recruits, it's often difficult to get an inside-look at how coaches actually s...

Faith, Focus and 500 Balls a Day: How Kelvin Harmon Became The NFL's Next 'Alpha' Receiver

Long ago, Kelvin Harmon learned that chasing greatness can be lonely. Few people want to stay on the turf after an exhausting practice and run rout...

An Anonymous D1 Coach Analyzes a High School Offensive Line Prospect

Because NCAA rules prevent college coaches from speaking publicly about recruits, it's often difficult to get an inside-look at how coaches actually s...

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