Spencer Wood’s new offensive coordinatorSpencer Wood will be Offensive Coordinator of the Munich Cowboys Another important position was occupied by the Munich Cowboys. Spencer Wood will coach the Munich Cowboys’ attack in 2017 as an offensive coordinator. The 24-year-old American has worked as a Special Teams Coordinator and Wide Receiver Coach at Santa Barbara City College, California,
Wood has already gained international experience. As a quarterback and offensive coordinator, he joined the Plock Mustangs in Poland. He later worked as an offensive coordinator for the Carinthian Lions in Klagenfurt.
Jasper Friis arrived in San Bernardino less then 24hrs ago, and jumped right into practice today and did great coaches said! He’s picking things up just fine. As a European prospect Jasper has already been rated a 3⭐️ and now playing weekly against American talent we are sure to see that rating go up! Jasper just finished up his season in Germany with the Fursty Razorbacks, one of Southern Deutschland’s Top Junior programs, he’s was also a valuable member of the Bavaria Warriors All star team.
Jasper has a bright future and nothing but oppurtunites in front of him, being C/O 2018 gives him 2 season of eligibility at AHS not to mention playing in the CIF which is one of California’s most known conferences. He’s right in the backyard’s of USC,UCLA, and CAL just to name a few. And if these programs alongside every other program within 200 mile don’t have a recruiter in San Bernardino at an Aquinas game something is wrong. This team is loaded with talent! Join Jasper and the Aquinas Falcons this season for some exciting football action! Answer the call!
3.5⭐️🇩🇪OL Jasper Friis 6’7 300 18’San Bernardino(CA)Munich(DE)📍Great size📍Explosive📍Finishes
ISN will be throwing a huge curveball in the recruiting game this coming September 25 with what we call Europe’s first recruiting event that’s for the athletes!! Players will be tested and have web bios on all of our sites for American coaches to evaluate,with recruiting and high school placement assistance. Players will also be rated & ranked on the ISN website.Player registering for the camp can find the link on our website http://www.intscoutingnetwork.wordpress.com this is an event you don’t want to miss, an opportunity that can’t be passed. If your a young athlete ask yourself this! Have I paid for a camp and went a gave my all? Yes What did I receive?A cool t shirt!!!! And the hopes of somehow getting seen are heard about. Well that’s were ISN is steps in! We are Europe’s first REAL recruiting service. Not only do players attend our combines are camps! Players also receive web bios similar to other American services. All information from ISN combine and camps will be list in their bios along with film and player evaluations. WHAT OTHER CAMP OR COMBINE HAS OFFERED YOU THIS? And it doesn’t stop there!!! Are you familiar with the USA and IFAF Development teams! I’m sure you have. Well we know first hand most guys can’t afford all the fees a lot are overlooked and some just don’t have the chance. THAT ALL STOPS WITH ISN Development Program. We offer the most affordable development program in the world and all proceeds goes right back towards the athletes. We have game sites set in GA and FL, interest from schools looking for friendly games and not to mention a list of coaches all ready to come see you guys perform! WE WORK! This summer alone we have gotten European athletes multiple offers, a couple of German players that believed in ISN are now heading to America to play HS ball in sunny California! NOW TELL ME IS ISN A SERVICE YOU CAN TRUST!
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C.J. Coldon, the 6 foot 170-pound Wide Receiver and Cornerback was the only two-way starter on last year’s 13-1 Althoff Catholic (IL) class 4A state runner up team, and with good reason, he’s a playmaker. Coldon has received offers from Division I schools such as Miami (Ohio) Wyoming, as well as FCS schools like North Dakota State University and Northern Iowa University. After what is expected to be a very good senior season, Coldon can be expected to attract numerous other collegiate suitors looking for a player that can line up at either WR or CB going forward. When watching what Coldon brought to the field his junior season, his skillset matched more of that of a CB, in what I believe to be more of a natural fit across multiple different schemes. In the right system however, there is very much the potential for Coldon to play WR at the next level, even Division I. C.J. Coldon is a very good football player that definitely deserves to be playing at the next level, and with the proper coaching and progression could be a special moving forward.
At WR specifically, Coldon is a physical player who possesses good size and big strong hands that would be especially effective as a possession receiver doing a lot of the dirty work (crossing routes, slants, etc.) in an offense that utilizes a lot of short/intermediate routes. He has the size and strength to be able to withstand hits from the defensive player and sustain yards after the catch. He also displays good route running, as well as an understanding of where the soft spots are in zone coverages. Coldon, also shows the ability to high point the ball, catching it at its highest point, making him an attractive option in the red zone.
However, when watching Coldon on film, there are many transferable traits that would lead to the belief that his true position is CB at the next level. While there wasn’t a whole lot of him playing CB on tape, what was shown on film was really impressive, in what could be good enough to impress DI schools. With his size (6’0) he would be big enough to match up with the bigger WR’s in college football and exhibits the necessary speed (4.5 40 time) to be effective. He also shows fluid hips and COD skills, mirroring the opposing receiver in man coverage. His ball skills are also very good, displaying very good range and reactionary skills to break on the ball quickly and catch the ball cleanly. He shows good technique in ability to tackle and bring down the ball carrier, as well as a confidence that is significant for the position.
Overall, C.J. Coldon is an appealing player at either WR or CB for college teams at the collegiate level. He has transferable traits based on what he has shown at the high school level and still has his senior season to see his stock continue to rise. With what is shown in his film, I believe that CB is his natural fit moving forward, as I feel that it fits his skills more effectively. That’s not to say that he can’t play WR in college, as there was plenty of evidence showing the talent that he has at that position as well. I can’t wait to see what’s in store for C.J. Coldon, either at WR or CB, and he undoubtedly has a bright future for whatever college team is lucky enough to have him on their team in the future.
Source:ISN Scout Connor Rylatt
From California to Indiana the German football stud stated “I had a GREAT time at the Irish invasion. The first half of the day was a campus and facilities tour which was amazing. UND seems like a great place to continue my education and play ball.”
“Notre Dame players were showing us the campus, the very same guys we all watch on college game day. One of the best experience was the camp being held in the stadium. Not many guys get to step on that field let alone run around balling on it! It was a super experience getting coached by the ND staff, these are the best coaches in the country. My performance was nothing special but I did do well and believe I will stay on the ND radar!”
We will be following Joshka and the Falcons close this season! Follow ISN for future News on German Stud Joshka Gustav!!
With a blowup performance by running back Fernando Mejia who scored three touchdowns, Team Mexico blasted Japan 36-3 in Monterrey, Mexico at the World University Championship infront of a crowd of 8,500.
Mejia was unstoppable gaining 223 rushing as Japan’s big front did not have a game to remember. PedroMagallanes added a receiving touchdown for Mexico and backup dual quarterback Max Villarreal scampered 67 yards for the final touchdown.
Mexico piled 529 yards in offense, 422 of it on the ground, as Japan had no answer for the Speedy Gonzalez speed of the Mexicans. Japan’s star running back Nanato Nishimura could only rack up 13 yards rushing against a big time Mexican defense.
Mexico came in with a plan and jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back. After finally getting things rolling Japan managed to get in range for a field goal in the second quarter and kicker Kenichi Otsuka made good on it from 38 yards out to in the half 14-3.
Mexico showed no mercy in the third quarter as quarterback Francisco Mata kept the O on the gas!
Meija scored his third of the night in the fourth quarter before Villarreal topped off the scoring for Mexico.
Mexico will face Team USA on Saturday June 11
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!!
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)
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
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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