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Boston College: Hafley and his staff land four big commitments for the Class of 2021

The Eagles landed four big commitments last week in Andre Porter, Dante Reynolds, Jalen Cheek and Lewis Bond. The Boston College football staff flexed their recruiting muscles last week landing four big commitments. Two of the commitments were from the DMV and two were from Chicago. The Eagles currently have the 34th ranked team recruiting in the country for 2021. #GetIn!!!! pic.twitter.com/ScsdTPihGv — Jeff Hafley (@CoachJeffHafley) May 2, 2020 Here…

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Patriots Draft: Thoughts on the undrafted free agents the Patriots signed.

The Patriots signed twelve undrafted free agent agents last night. After failing to draft a wide receiver, they signed four of them as UDFA’s. They also signed two linebackers, three defensive lineman, two tight ends, two quarterbacks, cornerback and a running back. Here are some thoughts on the players they signed. Rashod Berry, TE, Ohio State: Berry is your classic U tight end who can block on the backside or…

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Patriots: Jarrett Stidham’s college career could be a sneak peek into the future

By Kevin Stone/@kstone06/@newftbj New England Football Journal Now that the dust has settled on the draft, and even though we don’t exactly know when the Patriots will report to training camp for actual on-field work, we do know that it looks like Jarret Stidham will be the front runner for the starting QB job. With just a year under his belt and in the background of Brady’s awkward exit, it’s…

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Boston College: Hafley touches on a variety of topics in his latest Zoom conference with the media

By Kevin Stone/@kstone06/@newftbj New England Football Journal Hootie and the Blowfish once asked “time why you walk away like a friend with somewhere to go?” Time, of course, is our most precious commodity, and while the pandemic has given us more time with loved ones or the ability to try and become better creatively, for a Division 1 football program, time is of the essence. Currently, Boston College coach Jeff…

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Patriots: Thoughts on the Patriots 2010’s All Decade Team

The Patriots revealed their all decade team today. The team was selected by a 27 person panel consisting of reporters, alumni and staff. The team itself consists of 29 players and Bill Belichick. Here is the breakdown of the team. 12 offensive players, including a flex player. 12 defensive players One kicker One punter One returner One special teams player Head coach The following players were selected to the team….

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College: New England college football players that were drafted or signed by NFL teams this weekend

UMass cornerback and kick returner Isaiah Rodgers was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in the sixth round of the NFL Draft. By Kevin Stone/@kstone06/@newftbj For 255 players, the three-day NFL Draft this weekend was a dream come true. Guys from all different backgrounds with all types of stories watched as they or their teammates were selected for the next chapter of their football careers. Locally, whether you were drafted as…

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Patriots Draft: Scouting Report on ILB Cassh Maluia, Wyoming

Maluia is an intriguing prospect. He was a three year starter at Wyoming and ran a 4.53 at his pro day. He flashes good athleticism on tape especially on outside running plays and underneath zone coverage. Here is my scouting report on Cassh Maluia. Inside Run: Doesn’t attack gaps, hesitates and tries to skirt around blocks. Doesn’t use his hands well to strike blockers and shed them. Tried to play…

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Patriots Draft: Scouting Report on OT Justin Herron, Wake Forest

The Patriots drafted Wake Forest offensive tackle Justin Herron in the sixth round. Herron was a four year starter for the Demon Deacons. Herron has played left tackle his entire career but he will kick inside to guard with the Patriots. Here is my scouting report on Justin Herron. Initial Pop: Herron shows good explosion off the snap. Maintains his base and feet. Gets his hands on defenders and is…

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