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Ohio State Wins 2014 MacArthur Bowl Trophy


Ohio State Recognized NFF MacArthur Bowl Recipient

Ohio State wins its fourth MacArthur Bowl, earning the right to have its name added to fabled trophy on display at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta.

IRVING, Texas - The National Football Foundation (NFF) & College Hall of Fame today recognized Ohio State (14-1) as the recipient of the NFF MacArthur Bowl Championship Trophy, following their 42-20 victory against Oregon (13-2) yesterday in the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship Game, presented by AT&T. The game took place before a sold-out crowd of 85,689 fans at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Ohio State’s name will be etched alongside the greatest teams in college football history on the MacArthur Bowl, which is housed at the new College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta.

Draft Insiders' Top 10
1. Ohio State - 14-1
2. Oregon - 13-2
3. TCU - 12-1
4. Alabama - 12-2
5. Michigan State - 11-2
5. Florida State - 13-1
7. Baylor - 11-2
8. Georgia Tech - 11-3
9. Georgia - 10-3
10. UCLA - 10-3

January 2015 Newsletter - available this week

“On behalf of the National Football Foundation, our 12,000 members, our board of directors and Chairman Archie Manning, we are extremely proud to recognize Coach Urban Meyer and Ohio State University as MacArthur Bowl recipients for the school's fourth time,” said NFF President & CEO Steve Hatchell. “This trophy was started in 1959 by General Douglas MacArthur and legendary Hall of Fame coach Red Blaik, and etched on the side of this stadium replica in silver are all of the subsequent national champions. It is an honor to recognize the Buckeyes, who capped off a spectacular year by winning the inaugural College Football Playoff. As the keepers of the history and the legacy of the sport of football, we are exceptionally pleased to engrave this Ohio State team on its walls."

From 1998 until 2013, the winner of the BCS National Championship Game was automatically declared the winner of the MacArthur Bowl. Prior to 1998 during the poll era of college football, The NFF Awards and MacArthur Bowl committees selected the winner of the trophy. Three other organizations, the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), The Associated Press (AP) and the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA), also presented trophies during the BCS and poll years.

With the advent of the College Football Playoff (CFP) system in 2014, college football has entered a new era, and the sport has a new trophy, the CFP National Championship Trophy, presented by Dr Pepper. Both the CFP trophy and the MacArthur Bowl are on display at the new College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta, which was opened to the public on Aug. 23, 2014. The CFP Trophy was presented last night on the field after the national championship game, and the NFF will add Ohio State’s name to the MacArthur Bowl at the Hall in the near future.

With the win, Ohio State claims the MacArthur Bowl for the fourth time in the school’s history. The Buckeyes won the MacArthur Bowl in 1968 and 1970 under College Football Hall of Fame head coach Woody Hayes. They also claimed the trophy in 2002 under head coach Jim Tressel, who was announced as a member of the 2015 College Football Hall of Fame Class on Jan. 9. Coach Meyer was presented with the MacArthur Bowl twice as the head coach of the University of Florida in 2006 and 2008. Meyer now joins Alabama head coach Nick Saban as the only coaches in history to win a national championship at two different schools. A team in the current Big Ten has now claimed the trophy 13 times.

Presented to every national champion since 1959, the MacArthur Bowl represents the pinnacle of team achievement in college sports, and each year during its 56-year history a new name has been etched alongside the greatest teams of all time. The trophy, a replica of a football stadium, features archways with space to engrave the names of 100 teams and miniature goal posts. The trophy was the gift of an anonymous donor, who commissioned Tiffany & Co. to craft it from 400 ounces of silver, in honor of NFF early leader General Douglas A. MacArthur. It took eight months to make, and the trophy features MacArthur's famous quote: "There is no substitute for victory."

Twenty-four different schools have claimed the trophy at least once during its 56-year history. Alabama has hoisted it the most, claiming it an unprecedented seven times. Notre Dame is second with five wins while Miami (Fla.), Ohio State, Southern California and Texas have each etched their names four times on the trophy. Florida, Florida State, Nebraska and Oklahoma each boast being three-time recipients. LSU, Michigan State and Penn State have each won the trophy twice.

First presented in 1959, previous NFF National Champions and MacArthur Bowl recipients include: Syracuse 1959, Minnesota 1960, Alabama 1961, Southern California 1962, Texas 1963, Notre Dame 1964, Michigan State 1965, Michigan State/Notre Dame 1966, Southern California 1967, Ohio State 1968, Texas 1969, Ohio State/Texas 1970, Nebraska 1971, Southern California 1972, Notre Dame 1973, Southern California 1974, Oklahoma 1975, Pittsburgh 1976, Notre Dame 1977, Alabama 1978, Alabama 1979, Georgia 1980, Clemson 1981, Penn State 1982, Miami (FL) 1983, Brigham Young 1984, Oklahoma 1985, Penn State 1986, Miami (FL) 1987, Notre Dame 1988, Miami (FL) 1989, Colorado 1990, Washington 1991, Alabama 1992, Florida State 1993, Nebraska 1994, Nebraska 1995, Florida 1996, Michigan 1997, Tennessee 1998, Florida State 1999, Oklahoma 2000, Miami (FL) 2001, Ohio State 2002, Louisiana State 2003, Vacated 2004, Texas 2005, Florida 2006, LSU 2007, Florida 2008, Alabama 2009, Auburn 2010, Alabama 2011, Alabama 2012 and Florida State in 2013.

Associated Press Top 25
First-place votes in parentheses, record and votes received

1. Ohio State (59) - 14-1 - 1,475
2. Oregon - 13-2 - 1,402
3. TCU - 12-1 - 1,349
4. Alabama - 12-2 - 1,297
5. Michigan State - 11-2 - 1,212
5. Florida State - 13-1 - 1,212
7. Baylor - 11-2 - 1,098
8. Georgia Tech - 11-3 - 1,071
9. Georgia - 10-3 - 925
10. UCLA - 10-3 - 908
11. Mississippi State - 10-3 - 767
12. Arizona State - 10-3 - 756
13. Wisconsin - 11-3 - 724
14. Missouri - 11-3 - 710
15. Clemson - 10-3 - 683
16. Boise State - 12-2 - 653
17. Ole Miss - 9-4 - 543
18. Kansas State - 9-4 - 509
19. Arizona - 10-4 - 499
20. USC - 9-4 - 315
21. Utah - 9-4 - 302
22. Auburn - 8-5 - 216
23. Marshall - 13-1 - 161
24. Louisville - 9-4 - 116
25. Memphis - 10-3 - 94

Coaches Top 25
First-place votes in parentheses, record and votes received

1. Ohio State (62) - 14-1 - 1,550
2. Oregon - 13-2 - 1,477
3. TCU - 12-1 - 1,408
4. Alabama - 12-2 - 1,363
5. Michigan State - 11-2 - 1,282
6. Florida State - 13-1 - 1,262
7. Georgia Tech - 11-3 - 1,136
8. Baylor - 11-2 - 1,135
9. Georgia - 10-3 - 1,018
10. UCLA - 10-3 - 909
11. Missouri - 11-3 - 907
12. Mississippi State - 10-3 - 799
13. Wisconsin - 11-3 - 765
14. Arizona State - 10-3 - 750
15. Clemson - 10-3 - 733
16. Boise State - 12-2 - 627
17. Arizona - 10-4 - 574
18. Kansas State - 9-4 - 556
19. Ole Miss - 9-4 - 444
20. Utah - 9-4 - 331
21. USC - 9-4 - 297
22. Marshall - 13-1 - 178
23. Auburn - 8-5 - 167
24. Louisville - 9-4 - 113
25. Memphis - 10-3 - 93

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites.

#2 Oregon vs #4 Ohio State For CFP National Title


#2 Oregon vs #4 Ohio State For CFP National Title

Big Ten Champion #4 Ohio State will face #2 seed Pac 12 winner Oregon in the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship at 8:30 p.m. ET on Jan. 12 in Arlington, Texas. The No. 4 seed Buckeyes reached the national championship game after defeating top-seeded Alabama in the Allstate Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1 Oregon trounced unbeaten defending champion Florida St in the Rose Bowl on New Year’s day to set the stage for tonight’s title match.

In August 2014, we picked Oregon to win the national title and we will ride that prediction into tonite’s classic matchup. We also touted Ducks QB Marcus Mariota as the Heisman Trophy winner and he achieved that with an outstanding 2014 performance directing this high powered spread offense. They hope to claim Oregon’s first national title and look to ride the savvy Mariota to an explosive start.

Ohio State is seeking its eighth national championship and first since the 2002 season. They did it the hard way this season relying on their #3 QB Cardale Jones. Both starter Braxton Miller and freshman sensation JT Barrett went down with injuries. Jones’ first game was the Big Ten title game when he led the Buckeyes to a huge win over Wisconsin that put them in the national semifinals vs Alabama. Ohio St ended the Alabama and SEC dreams of another unprecedented national title with a resounding victory in New Orleans. QB Jones was outstanding and showed rare composure and poise in view of the huge stage for the inexperienced passer.

This pair of once beaten clubs had almost two weeks to rest and prepare for this classic matchup. It’s a perfect setting – big stage ATT Stadium in Dallas with two outstanding coaches, Urban Meyer and Mark Helfrich. Meyer is attempting to become just the second head coach to win a national title with two schools. Meyer won at Florida previously. Alabama’s Nick Saban did it at LSU prior to three titles with the Crimson Tide. Helfrich hopes to claim the title after the Ducks have been part of BCS matchups only to come up short of the final ring.

Oregon 31 - Ohio State 23

NFL Draft 2015 - Underclassmen Scoreboard


Defenders, Shane Ray and Shaq Thompson Declare for NFL Draft
WR Amari Cooper, RB T.J. Yelton & Safety Landon Collins Turn Pro

Underclassmen Scoreboard - NFL Draft 2015 - Updated Friday, 10 pm

The declaration date for underclassmen for the NFL Draft 2015 is Jan. 15th - Players had an additional three days again to decide to either declare or change their minds with the Jan.18th date final. The usual high number of quality running backs, tight ends and wide receivers declared for this class and will have a strong impact on the early rounds. The defensive line will have a big impact from the underclassmen group with four potential top ten prospects. The secondary will also provide a high number of top selections with several blue chip prospects at important positions.

Photo – WR Amari Cooper - Alabama

Currently, over 60 underclassmen have entered the NFL Draft 2015 with linebackers Shane Ray and Shaq Thompson declaring late Wednesday. Both are considered first round prospects. Ray is a classic DE/LB tweener with impact off the edge as a pass rusher. Thompson is the most versatile player in the draft with time on both sides of the ball. Despite his success as a running back, he will earn NFL starting time as a linebacker, most likely a Will backer in 4-3 scheme.

January 2015 Newsletter - available mid month – Extensive Underclassmen Report

The NFL will wait to hear from a number of star players including Oregon prospects, QB Marcus Mariota, DL Arik Armstead and DeForest Buckner after the title game. Mariota is expected to declare and carries a top five grade in April.

Other top underclassmen the NFL is waiting on include USC’s Javoris Allen. Linemen Notre Dame red shirt sophomore OT Ronnie Stanley, LSU OG Vadal Alexander, Michigan State DE Shilique Calhoun, UCLA’s DT Ellis McCarthy, Florida State’s Eddie Goldman and Sheldon Day of Notre Dame would all have an impact on the early rounds.

Defenders, CB Charles Gaines of Louisville and Florida State redshirt sophomore PK Roberto Aquayo are favoring returning to school.

Underclassmen - Pro Prospects Ranked alphabetically by position

Offensive Players - * Third year sophomores

Brett Hundley - UCLA
* Jameis Winston - Florida St.

Running Backs
Jay Ajayi - Boise St
Tevin Coleman - Indiana
Mike Davis - South Carolina
Melvin Gordon - Wisconsin
Todd Gurley - Georgia
Duke Johnson - Miami
Matt Jones - Florida
Dee Hart - Colorado St
Josh Robinson - Mississippi St
Trey Williams - Texas A&M
TJ Yeldon - Alabama

Wide Receivers
Nelson Agholor - Southern California
Sammie Coates - Auburn
Amari Cooper - Alabama
Stefon Diggs - Maryland
Lemar Durant - Simon Fraser
Devin Funchess - Michigan
Deontay Greenberry - Houston
* Dorial Green-Beckham - Oklahoma
Chris Harper - Cal
Nigel King - Kansas
Shaq Roland - South Carolina
Jaelen Strong - Arizona St

Tight Ends
Tyler Kroft - Rutgers
Jesse James - Penn St
Jean Sifrin - UMass
* Maxx Williams - Minnesota

Offensive Linemen
La’el Collins - LSU
Ereck Flowers - Miami
DJ Humphries - Florida
Tyler Moore - Florida
Andrus Peat - Stanford
Jeremiah Poutasi - Utah
Donovan Smith - Penn St

Defensive Players

Deion Barnes - Penn St
Xavier Cooper - Washington St
Mario Edwards - Florida St
Randy Gregory - Nebraska
Dante Fowler - Florida
Eli Harold - Virginia
Danielle Hunter - LSU
Noah Spence - Ohio St
Leonard Williams - Southern California

Malcolm Brown - Texas
Chris Covington - RIce
Rakeem Nunez-Roches - Southern Mississippi
* Jordan Phillips - Oklahoma

Kwon Alexander - LSU
Bernardrick McKinney - Mississippi St
Shane Ray - Missouri
Shaq Thompson - Washington
* Max Valles - Virginia

Alex Carter - Stanford
Jalen Collins - LSU
Ronald Darby - Florida St
Lorenzo Doss - Tulane
Marcus Peters - Washington
Trae Waynes - Michigan St
P.J. Williams - Florida St

Landon Collins - Alabama
Durell Eskridge - Syracuse
Chris Hackett - TCU
* Gerod Holliman - Louisville
Jalen Mills - LSU
James Sample - Louisville

Bradley Pinion - Clemson

Seminoles' QB Jameis Winston Declares for 2015 NFL Draft


Florida St QB Jameis Winston will declare for the 2015 NFL Draft

Florida St QB Jameis Winston will declare for the 2015 NFL Draft. From a report from his father Antonor Winston, Jameis will enter the pro ranks and not wait until after the CFP title game to announce his decision.

Photo - QB Jameis Winston - Florida St

Winston is a redshirt sophomore and will forgo his final two seasons of eligibility with the Seminoles.
The 6’4”, 230 lb. Winston is ranked a minimum top-5 pick by DraftInsiders.com and
projects to teams like the Tampa Bay Bucs and Tennessee Titans who hold the top two overall selections.

January 2015 Newsletter - available mid month – Extensive Underclassmen Report
Jan. 15 - Deadline for underclassmen to apply for early entry to NFL Draft
Jan. 18 - Deadline for underclassmen to withdraw application for early entry to NFL Draft

Winston had a 26-1 record as a starter with the lone defeat coming vs Oregon in the national semifinals. He won the 2013 Heisman Trophy and the final 2013 BCS championship. The Seminoles' hopes of a second straight national title were crushed on New Year's Day with a 59-20 loss to Oregon in the Rose Bowl. It was Winston's only defeat in two seasons as the team's starting quarterback.

Winston is also a talented baseball prospect drafted out of high school by the Texas Rangers. Winston said in the immediate aftermath of the Rose Bowl that he was "looking forward to next season and playing baseball" in the spring for the Seminoles. But a declaration for the draft is expected to end his baseball career. Clubs would be highly concerned about a QB prospect not working with coaches and trainers this spring with a focus on the NFL mini camps in May right after the NFL Draft 2015.

Winston will have critical interviews through the NFL Combine, Florida St pro day and individual NFL teams evaluation related to his multiple off the field issues. His maturity issues may be ultimate deciding factor by NFL clubs for any top five overall selection in the upcoming NFL Draft.

Draft Insiders’- Pro Bowl Team - QB Rogers & DE Watt Win Player of Year Awards


Draft Insiders’- 2014 Pro Bowl Team

Photo - QB Aaron Rodgers - Packers

Players of the Year
Offense - QB Aaron Rodgers - Packers
Defense - DE J.J. Watt - Texans

Rookies of the Year
Offense - WR Odell Beckham - Giants
Defense - LB C.J. Mosley - Ravens

Jan. 25 - 2015 Pro Bowl (University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz., 8 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Four Cowboys Earn 1st team Offense / Seahawks Place three on Defensive Team

QB Aaron Rodgers - Packers
RB DeMarco Murray - Cowboys
RB Le'Veon Bell - Steelers
FB John Kuhn - Packers
TE Rob Gronkowski - Patriots
WR Antonio Brown - Steelers
WR Dez Bryant - Cowboys
OT Tyron Smith - Cowboys
OT Joe Thomas - Browns
G Marshal Yanda - Ravens
G Zack Martin - Cowboys
C Maurkice Pouncey - Steelers
K Adam Vinatieri - Colts
KR Darren Sproles - Eagles

DE J.J. Watt - Texans
DE Mario Williams - Bills
DT Ndamukong Suh - Lions
DT Marcell Dareus - Bills
OLB Justin Houston - Chiefs
OLB Elvis Dumervil - Ravens
ILB Luke Kuechly - Panthers
ILB Bobby Wagner - Seahawks
CB Darrelle Revis - Patriots
CB Richard Sherman - Seahawks
S Earl Thomas - Seahawks
S Glover Quin - Lions
P Pat McAfee - Colts

Senior Bowl 2015 – Titan & Jaguar Staffs To Coach All-Star Rosters


Senior Bowl 2015 – Titans & Jaguars Staffs To Coach Game

The Tennessee Titans and Jacksonville Jaguars have been selected to coach the 2015 Reese’s Senior Bowl next month in Mobile, Ala.

Draft Insiders' Staff will provide extensive coverage of Senior Bowl Practices and Game Via Twitter and Special Subscriber Emails

"It's always an honor and a privilege for the Reese's Senior Bowl to have our game coached by NFL staffs and 2015 will be no exception,” said Reese’s Senior Bowl Executive Director Phil Savage.

The Titans, led by their first-year head coach Ken Whisenhunt, will coach the North team, while second-year Jaguars coach Gus Bradley and his staff will guide the South. Tennessee finished the 2014 season with a record of 2-14 and owns the second pick in next year’s NFL Draft.

Traditionally, the two teams with the worst records and returning coaching staffs coach the Senior Bowl. Tampa Bay has the #1 pick overall and would normally be one of the staffs at the All-Star event, however, the Bucs have declined because they do not have an offensive coordinator currently. Jacksonville was 3-13 this season and will pick third in the draft. The Jaguars, who coached the South team to a 20-10 victory in last year’s game, jumped at the opportunity to coach again after Tampa Bay (2-14) declined.

“I have known Ken Whisenhunt since we worked together with the Baltimore Ravens back in the late 1990's,” Savage said. “As a former NFL player himself and now head coach, he knows exactly what it takes to be successful in professional football and that knowledge should really benefit the prospects he and his staff will work with in Mobile.”

“We are very excited to be one of the coaching staffs at this year’s Senior Bowl," said Whisenhunt, who coached in the Senior Bowl as an assistant with the Baltimore Ravens in 1998. "It is a great opportunity for our organization, but we also understand it is a showcase for these college players and an important week of evaluation for the entire league. I have had the good fortune to coach in this game as an assistant coach before and I really enjoyed that experience and the ability to get to know the players and work with them through the week.”

“We are looking forward to coaching the Senior Bowl in 2015,” said Bradley, whose club selected four players from last year’s game in the NFL Draft. ”Our staff really enjoyed the time we had last year in Mobile. It’s a great opportunity to get to know the players on a personal level and watch them compete on and off the field for an entire week. It proved to be a valuable asset in our pre-draft process last year. The Senior Bowl staff does a great job of taking care of the players and coaches and making it a very enjoyable week.”

“Last year, the Jacksonville Jaguars and Gus Bradley did an outstanding job in coaching the South team,” Savage said. “Gus has an infectious enthusiasm for competition that really resonates with the players in an event like the Reese's Senior Bowl."

Bradley, who has nine years of NFL coaching experience, was hired by Jacksonville two years ago to guide the Jaguars through a rebuilding process. Before joining the Jaguars organization, Bradley spent four seasons (2009-12) with the Seattle Seahawks as defensive coordinator and three years (2006-08) with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers under defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin, serving the last two as linebackers coach after joining the Bucs in 2006 as their defensive quality control coach.

Whisenhunt has 17 seasons of NFL coaching experience, including six years (2007-12) as head coach of the Arizona Cardinals. As head coach of the Cardinals, he won a franchise-record 49 games, including an appearance in Super Bowl XLIII after a team-record 12-win season in 2008. In 2013, as offensive coordinator for San Diego, he led the Chargers offense to the fifth most yards in the NFL and the league’s top ranking in third-down offense.

Tennessee previously coached in the Senior Bowl in 2006 when Jeff Fisher led the North to a 31-14 victory. Jacksonville coached the game in 2009 and 2014, leading the South to victories in both games.

The 66th Reese’s Senior Bowl is scheduled for January 24, 2015 at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile. Kickoff is set for 3 p.m. CT. The NFL Network will televise the practices during the week and the game.

NFL 2015 Calendar - Playoffs and Postseason


NFL Dates 2014-2015 - Playoffs and Postseason
Dec. 28, 2014 - Regular NFL season ends
Dec. 29 - Clubs may begin signing free agent players for the 2015 season
Earliest permissible date for clubs to renegotiate or extend the rookie contract of a drafted rookie who
was selected in any round of ‘12 NFL Draft. Any permissible renegotiated or extended player contract
will not be considered a rookie contract, and will not be subject to rules that limit rookie contracts
Option exercise period begins for Fifth-Year Option for first-round selections from the 2012 NFL Draft.
To exercise the option, the club must give written notice to the player on or after Dec. 29, 2014 but prior
to May 3, 2015.

NFL 2015 Postseason
**** April 29 - May 1 - NFL Draft 2015, Chicago, Ill. ****

Special Twitter and Email Postings Through NFL Draft 2015 Starts January

Jan. 3-4 - Playoffs begin - Wild Card Weekend
January 4 - Assistant coaches under contract to playoff clubs that have byes in the Wild Card weekend
may be interviewed for head coaching positions through the conclusion of the Wild Card games.
Jan. 10 - Medal of Honor Bowl Charleston, SC January 10 2:30 PM ET NBC Sports
Jan. 10-11 - Divisional Playoffs
Jan. 11 - Assistant coaches under contract to playoff clubs that won their Wild Card games may be
interviewed for head coaching positions through the conclusion of Divisional Playoff games.
Jan. 15 - Deadline for underclassmen to apply for early entry to NFL Draft
Jan. 18 - Deadline for underclassmen to withdraw application for early entry to NFL Draft
Jan. 17 - East-West Shrine Game, Tropicana Field - St. Petersburg, Florida
Jan. 17 - NFLPA Collegiate Carson, Ca. - 4 pm ESPN2
Jan. 18 - AFC and NFC Championship Games

Jan. 19-24 - Senior Bowl Week, Ladd Peebles Stadium - Mobile, Alabama

Jan. 25 - 2015 Pro Bowl (University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz., 8 p.m. ET, ESPN)
Jan. 25 - An assistant coach, whose team is participating in the Super Bowl, who has previously
interviewed for another club’s head coaching job may have a second interview with such club no
later than the Sunday preceding the Super Bowl.

Feb. 1 - Super Bowl XLIX (University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz., 6 p.m. ET, NBC)

NFL Combine Dates
Feb. 7- NFL Regional Combine - Davie, Fla.
Feb. 14 - NFL Regional Combine - Houston
Feb. 17-23 - NFL Scouting Combine - Indianapolis, In
Feb. 21- NFL Regional Combine - Dove Valley, Colo.
Feb. 28 - NFL Regional Combine - Owings Mills, Md.
March 7 - NFL Regional Combine - Lake Forest, Ill.
March 21-22 - Super Regional Combine - Phoenix

For NFL Calendar Through NFL Draft 2015 May
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