High School: Milford quarterback Brady Olson commits to UMass

May 23, 2020

Milford High School quarterback Brady Olson announced his commitment to UMass on Thursday night in a surprising announcement. C O M M I T T E D ❗️❗️@M2_QBacademy @coachwaltbell @CoachMirando @FrediKnighten pic.twitter.com/OH8Ow2D4gJ — Brady Olson (@Brady_Olson_241) May 22, 2020 Olson held offers from several schools most notably Georgia Tech and Colorado State. The 6-4 190 pound Olson played at Bishop Feehan last season but is transferring to Milford to play…


High School: MHSFCA proposed plan is what is best for high school football long term

May 21, 2020

The MIAA held meetings last week with athletic directors and representatives from several sports including football. The primary focus of these meetings was the division structure in Massachusetts high school sports. Eight sports including football were required to go to five divisions starting in 2021. After meeting and discussing the five division concept, the football committee voted 14-0 in favor sticking with the eight division format. Former St. John’s Prep…


High School: Top 40 players to watch this season

August 18, 2019

The high school football season is off and running in Massachusetts. Here are forty players that will be making headlines this season. I would like to reiterate that this my list based on previous production and film study., Quarterbacks Colin Schofield, (Sr.) St. John’s Shrewsbury Andrew Landry, (Sr.) Newton North ,Matt Crowley, (Sr.) St. John’s Prep Jake Willcox, (Sr.) Milton Academy Running backs Will Sheskey, (Sr.) Scituate Ryan Halliday, (Sr.)…


High school: Michigan continues a long standing tradition of recruiting in Massachusetts

July 14, 2019

Michigan Head Coach Jim Harbaugh and defensive coordinator Don Brown have been actively recruiting the state of Massachusetts in recent years and the investment in the Bay State has paid off. The two men have secured some big time commitments over the course of the last three years. Tight end Sean Mckeon of Shepherd Hill and Everett wide receiver Mike Sainstril, were the two biggest commitments to come out of…


The New England Football Notebook for the week of June 3rd to the 9th

June 9, 2019

Image courtesy of the New England Patriots and Josten’s. It is our first installment of the New England football notebook. Each week we will touch upon stories that pertain to the Patriots, local colleges and high school football. Here are some of this week’s top stories. 1. Patriots mini camp has wrapped up and there were several winners and losers last week in Foxboro. 2. The Patriots got their rings…


High School: Interview with Nobles TE/DE Cam Large

May 20, 2019

Nobles tight end, defensive end Cam Large is one of the top recruits in the class of 2020 in the state of Massachusetts. The junior out of Ponfret, Connecticut has been turning heads for the past two years and has 30 division one offers currently. Alabama, Ohio State, Notre Dane and most recently, Iowa have all extended offers to the talented two way star. We talked to Cam about the…


High School: Breakdown of the 2019 FBS signees

February 8, 2019

It was another banner year for Massachusetts in recruiting. Here is a list of the top prospects in the Class of 2019 and where they signed. (Click on each players name to see their highlight films) Grant Laws, DT, Xaverian – UMass: Laws is stout and can align in multiple techniques along the defensive line. Jared Martino, RB, Cheshire Academy (CT), UMass: Martino is a good athlete. He is explosive…


High School Football: Top 5 Games For Week 6

October 12, 2018

There are some quality games on the docket for week 6 of the Massachusetts high school football season. Here are my top five games for this week. Attleboro at Mansfield: Huge game as the Blue Bombardiers visit the Hornets. The winner of this game has the inside track to a Kelley Rex title in the Hockomock League. Franklin at Taunton: Sidwell Bowl 3 could be the best game yet in…


High School Football: 5 Thoughts On Week Five Of the Massachusetts High School Football Season

October 12, 2018

Photo courtesy of Josh Perry/Hockomock Sports.com Here are five thoughts on the weekend that was in Massachusetts high school football. 1. King Philip bounced back from a tough loss to Mansfield by pounding a good Franklin team 35-14. The Warriors are alive and well in D2 South. 2. North Andover is legit folks. If you didn’t think so before, Friday night’s beat down of Tewksbury should be a wake up…


High School Football: Top Games for Week Two

September 14, 2018

Senior quarterback Damani Scott leads a Mansfield team primed to pull off an upset tonight. It is week two on the Massachusetts high school football schedule and there are some great games on the docket. Here are the top games you should keep an eye for Week 2. #1 Everett at #7 Mansfield: The Hornets think they have a Super Bowl caliber team. Tonight’s game against Everett will go a long…