ISN Spotlights Antonio Mosier of DePaul Prep in Illinois 


We caught up with Quarterback Antonio Mosier of DePaul Prep (IL) 

Who’s been competeing in tournaments with Top Gun’s 7v7 team and head coach Hoffman. Coach Hoffman runs one of the most successful organizations in the country. 
Unfortunatly Mosier hasn’t recieved any offers, but i has visisted a few colleges 

One being St.Xavier in Chicago.
Mosier stated when signing I look for a place I can see my self learning and continuing my career also, a home like atmosphere. I want to sign somewhere I can spend my 4 years of college. 

 Mosier also said he think the team is looking good for this coming fall season. We have been working hard and doing whatever we can to have a successful season. We are short in numbers, but we really look forward to a good season and going out with a bang! We have a large senior roster. 
We will follow Mosier and DePaul Prep throughout the season! Stay tuned!! 

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ISN Spotlights Nevin Alaka’i Yuen of Moanalua HS in Hawaii 

The off season for Nevin Alaka’i Yuen 6’3 180 Quarterback of Moanalua HS in Hawaii has been nonstop training with his strength and conditioning Coaches. In June Nevin will be attending Hawaiis GPA Camp and also hopefully going to make it out to Cals Camp as well.. Like we said it’s been non stop training.
 Recruiting is okay. Nevin was without a head coach for a good while and lost the momentum during that process. However Moanalua has a new coach now and have just begun the recruiting process. 


Nevin has a offer by a small school, Kentucky Christian University. However in the past 2 wks multiple D1 schools have made contact and is expected to visit his practices next wk..Nevin has recently spoken to Cal, Hawaii, Air Force and San Jose State..He was recently told by a former coach that USC and BYU has expressed interest…

 

 Nevin told us his deciding factor will be “How the university handles their education and how competitive the football program is. I am in a strong believer in the Lord so whoever I play for will have to understand and value my relationship with God”
Moanalua is looking unbelievable at the moment. We are loaded at skilled positions. I have a young line and not the biggest in size, but they are very strong, with great technique and quick feet. Its going to be a very successful season for us..”(NAY)

A Message 2 Recruits!

Here are three facts applicable to all athletes in all sports:
When seeking to take your game to the next level, talent is the most important factor in getting you there.

Unless you’re LeBron James (and, who are we kidding, you’re not) there will always be someone else equally or more talented than you.

When coaches are weighing two equally talented players, the decision then comes down to everything else but what happens between the lines.

In concordance with Point No. 3, each of us operates on a sliding scale: the bigger headache we are off the field, the more talented we have to be to stay on it as coaches will look for more and more reasons to sit you down. Similarly, the better, more reliable, more encouraging, more constructive teammate you are, the more reasons coaches will look for reasons to keep you around when your talent doesn’t quite measure up.
But don’t take it from me. Here are the words of Quinnipiac head rugby coach Becky Carlson, taken from her lengthy “An Open Letter to the Athlete We Must Stop Recruiting,” posted on LinkedIn:
I received your introductory two-line email and read through it. I must say your first sentence was painfully familiar as you introduced yourself by first name only. I assumed if you were trying to make an impression that you would have paid more attention to punctuation but my assumption appears incorrect. While your opening email failed to identify your last name, what year in school you are, where you are from, or what position you play, you managed to include your most pressing question as to whether our team is “giving out scholarships”.
A week later, I received a second email with full color resume attachment including your action photos, and a variety of links to related newspaper articles. Each of these items were compiled in an orderly fashion and sent out directly from both your parents’ emails.
While it took a bit to thumb through the long list of your impressive extracurricular activities please thank your parents for putting this packet together and understand that it would have been far more beneficial for our staff to speak to you personally by way of an old school phone call. As my staff sent correspondence to your personal email, we have received only a return from your parents apologizing and explaining that you are simply “too busy to answer”.
When you visited the campus with your parents, the first thing I noticed is that they did most of the talking for you. However, when you did speak, you were openly correcting and verbally scolding them when you deemed their information sharing inaccurate. As a coach, an athlete who displays disrespect, especially to their parents, is a red flag in the recruiting game of analysis and observation.
As we toured the campus I took copious mental notes including a short ponder on how you were too busy for a returned phone call or email to our staff yet, your email-ready smartphone was all but attached to your hand the entire unofficial visit.
Despite my reservations, I made the trip to watch your game live so I could determine if your resume matched your talent. After observing only a few minutes of the team warm-up, I noted that you were clearly the most gifted on your squad. However, your talent was unfortunately overshadowed by the lack of energy and effort you displayed. 
At halftime, the team huddled up and as always when observing recruits, I honed in carefully on your demeanor and body language. I watched you walk in the opposite direction of your teammates and take a seat on the bench away from the group. You did not return to the team circle until prompted by your assistant coach. As the head coach spoke, I observed you break off into a private conversation with another teammate, rather than offering the coach your attention.
In the second half, when you scored I noticed you waited for the other players to huddle around you and celebrate. In contrast, when a teammate scored, you retreated to your position without acknowledging or congratulating them.
You added much depth in the scoring category with some impressive runs but when you made mistakes you became vocal and eager to point out where your teammates needed to improve. You had moments of greatness but they were followed by sporadic lulls of half-hearted effort. 
As you are the team captain, I found it disappointing that you did not contribute to the post game team discussion. I watched as your mother brought over snacks and saw that you made no effort to assist her in bringing those large containers of cupcakes from the bleachers out to your 40 other teammates. Last, as the rest of the team broke the field down and put equipment away, you found a quiet spot on the empty bench to text on your phone.

Source-Zack Barnett FootballScoop.com 

2 Navy Players Allowed to Continue Ballin!

By Eric Edholm Shutdown Corner
 

Two prominent Navy football players will be allowed to continue their NFL dreams this season. 
U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced on “The Dan Patrick Show” on Friday that New England Patriots long snapper Joe Cardona and Baltimore Ravens receiver-returner Keenan Reynolds will be allowed to play in the league this season.
The Navy typically receives five-year service commitments from its graduates in exchange for their education, but a Navy spokesman told Shutdown Corner that it is up to the discretion of the Secretary to make alternative arrangements to fill the commitment.
It’s a touchy subject both inside and outside the service academies when these exceptions are granted, as it appears that athletes are given favorable treatment over regular servicemen and servicewomen. On the one hand, the academy doesn’t like the idea of paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax money to produce NFL players.
But for Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo and his staff, this ruling has to be a huge victory — it’s great marketing for the academies, but even more for him, it’s a chance to go to recruits and promise the possibility of playing in the NFL without a lot of red tape. Which, of course, is a slippery slope; given this ruling on Cardona and Reynolds, future Middies with NFL dreams clearly will assume their path to the league will be unencumbered, too.
There was some doubt after Mabus suggested that Cardona, a 2015 graduate of the Naval Academy, might have to miss the upcoming season — or more — because of his military duty. The 2015 sixth-rounder snapped in all 16 regular-season games for the Patriots last season, along with two playoff contests. In his time away from the team, including this offseason, Cardona has performed naval service work.
Reynolds, the record-breaking option quarterback who finished fifth in the Heisman Trophy voting last season, was a sixth-round pick of the Baltimore Ravens. Now that he knows he’s full steam ahead with the Navy, he can concentrate on doing two things — catching passes and punts — that he did little or none of in college.
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Eric Edholm is a writer for Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him atedholm@yahoo-inc.com or follow him on Twitter! 

Cornell Football Announces Class of 2020


Cornell Football Announces Class of 2020
May. 11, 2016 Football

ITHACA, N.Y. – Cornell Head Football Coach David Archer ’05 and his staff are excited to announce the newest members of the Big Red Football family. The Class of 2020, featuring 32 members (31 incoming freshman, one transfer), joins a Cornell football program building momentum.
Hailing from 20 states, the class of 2020 will attempt to help secure the Big Red’s first Ivy title on the gridiron since 1990. A class-high four recruits will attend Cornell from New York and three hail from Florida, Maryland and Pennsylvania. Connecticut, Michigan and Virginia will send two apiece and 13 other states send one player each. In all, 15 of the players will join the offense, 14 will aid the defense and three will concentrate on special teams.
On the defensive side of the ball, the Big Red brings in four defensive back/safeties, four linebackers and six defensive linemen, including two rush ends. Cornell went for plenty of skill players on the offense, bringing in three wide receivers, a running back, two quarterbacks and three tight ends. The offensive line will also be bolstered with the addition of six offensive linemen who average 6-5 and 273 pounds.
Click on the name for their bios, click on the video link for highlights.
Cornell will put the Class of 2020 to the test when fall practice begins in mid-August. The Big Red opens the 2016 season at Bucknell on Saturday, Sept. 17 in Lewisburg, Pa.

 

Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown Last School Video

Ethan Agritelley PK 5-10 175 Lake Oswego, Ore. Lake Oswego HS Link

Joe Albrecht OL 6-8 270 South Lake Tahoe, Calif. South Tahoe HS Link

William Baker DL 6-3 220 Kensington, N.H. Phillips Exeter Academy Link

Justin Bedard LB 6-1 220 Johnson City, Tenn. Science Hill HS Link

Ijhad Bonner LB 6-2 210 Pittsburgh, Pa. North Allegheny Senior HS Link

Mo Bradford LB 6-2 205 Hot Springs, Ark. Lakeside HS Link

Jacob Burley OL 6-4 285 Lancaster, Ohio William V. Fisher Catholic HS Link

Nic Canal TE 6-5 215 Hopkinton, Mass. Hopkinton HS Link

Mike Catanese QB 6-3 185 West Hempstead, N.Y. H. Frank Carey HS Link

Harold Coles RB 6-1 185 Erie, Pa. Fairview HS Link

Nesean Crofford WR 5-10 190 Alpharetta, Ga. Alpharetta HS/Syracuse University Link

John Fitzgerald TE 6-4 225 Baltimore, Md. The Gilman School Link

Michael Gillooley DL 6-4 250 Clifton Park, N.Y. Shenendehowa HS Link

Tom Hagen WR 5-11 175 Skaneateles, N.Y. Skaneateles HS Link

Cory Haslam DL 6-2 260 Trumbull, Conn. Trumbull HS Link

Jake Hogge OL 6-4 285 Midlothian, Va. Trinity Episcopal School Link

George L. Holm III OL 6-4 275 Richmond, Va. Freeman HS Link

David Jones DB 6-0 190 Sugar Land, Texas St. Thomas HS Link

Harley Kirsch QB 6-4 230 Redmond, Wash. Eastside Catholic HS Link

Jordan Landsman DL 6-3 250 Nanuet, N.Y. Nanuet Senior HS Link

Malik Leary DL 6-2 210 Shreveport, La. C.E. Byrd HS Link

Davy Lizana WR 6-4 210 Phoenix, Md. Boys Latin School Link

Tommy McIntyre TE 6-8 230 Florham Park, N.J. St. Peter’s Prep HS Link

Nickolas Null PK/P 5-11 175 Bradenton, Fla. Manatee HS Link

Frank O’Dowd LS 6-4 230 Plantation, Fla. St. Thomas Aquinas HS Link

Dylan Otolski DB 6-1 210 Grand Rapids, Mich. Forest Hills Central HS Link

Owen Peters DB 6-0 190 Rockville, Md. Our Lady of Good Counsel HS Link

John Christian Riffle OL 6-4 275 Weston, Fla. American Heritage School Link

Cameron Ryan LB 6-4 208 Milford, Conn. St. Joseph HS Link

Jelani Taylor DB 5-11 175 Mount Morris, Mich. Beecher HS Link

Nathaniel Weber DL 6-3 245 Reading, Pa. Exeter Township Senior HS Link

Matt Wells OL 6-6 250 Greenwood Village, Colo. Kent Denver School Link

 

SWARCO RAIDERS came in flexing & reach Eurobowl XXX – Raiders win 34-0 against Schwäbisch Hall


The SWARCO RAIDERS extended their winning streak in 2016. With a clear 34-0 win against the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns the Tyrolean not just stay still undefeated, they also moved into the Eurobowl XXX at the same time. On the other hand the Unicorns missed the second consecutive participation in the final of the BIG6.In front of 3,218 spectators at the Tivoli Stadium in Innsbruck the defense of the host did not allowed any points of the opponent for the fourth time in a row.


The Austrians showed from the beginning that they are simply unbeatable on that day. Already the first kickoff was carried by Milton Knox for 96 in the near of the end zone of the Unicorns. One play later the SWARCO RAIDERS got their first points after a touchdown of runningback Sandro Platzgummer and a successful PAT of Clemens Elsbacher.

Still in the first quarter the Tyrolean scored again with a 32-yard field goal of Elsbacher and a touchdown of the same player, who is not only the kicker but also a wide receiver of the Austrian team.
Tim Stadelmayr had the chance of points for the Unicorns but missed a fieldgoal attempt from 4o Yards. Even before the break RAIDERS quarterback Sean Shelton found wide receiver Kyle Callahan for another touchdown. Inclusive the PAT it was not only the 24-0-lead, it was also the preliminary decision.
After the break it was the same situation. A strong Tyrolean defense, no big punches of the guests and more points for the host.

Knox scored another touchdown after a pass from quarterback Shelton, then Kicker Elsbacher set the final score with a 40-yards field goal 41 seconds before the end of the game.

The first goal for RAIDERS has been reached with the win of the group and the first entry into the Eurobowl since 2013. There is waiting now the probably biggest hurdle in European football with the New Yorker Lions from Braunschweig. A very exciting game for all football fans.


“It was a team effort today. I am very proud of the team, “said SWARCO RAIDERS Tirol Head Coach Shuan Fatah.”We have implemented what we had planned. We beat a very good team today, and now we are looking forward to a re-match against Braunschweig. “

G.Murth (bigsix.eu)

Top Prospect Frederik Palmdahl’s Stock Is Rising! 


ISN Top Prospect Frederik Palmdahl of Denmark stock is steady rising. So far this season Frederik and his team has gotten off to a 2-0 start winning their first game of the season 50-0 and last weekend they beat the Razorbacks 44-8 and ISN Big Dog Freddy P whipped up 6 pancakes! Frederik dream is to make it onto a American University roster and that all seems to be falling into place. At the moment Eastern Michigan University holds the top spot for Frederik, there’s a chance he could reconnect with former national team teammate Steven Nielsen.

The best is that Frederik really likes the OL coach stating He seems to be a very friendly and open person that’s straight forward! We hope you stay tuned for more recruiting news on Frederik Palmdahl and other ISN prospects! Frederik ISN wishes you and the guys the best this weekend as you look to make it 14 in a row and move to 3-0 on the season! Interested in Frederik Palmdahl recruiting information please contact us at intscoutingnetwork@hotmail.com
5⭐️🇩🇰OL Frederik Palmdahl 6’8 310 17’DanishNT(DEN)📍Great size📍Strong hands&feet📍Finishes blocks📍Powerful..

http://www.hudl.com/athlete/2423553/highlights/227576388/v2
Source: Coach Jonas