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
5⭐️🇩🇰OL Frederik Palmdahl 6’8 310 17’DanishNT(DEN)📍Great size📍Strong hands&feet📍Finishes blocks📍Powerful..
Source: Coach Jonas 


Meet the Newest Member Of Team ISN


The International Scouting Network is honored and pleased to announce the addition of professional football scout David West. David will assist ISN with player evaluations,rankings and overall scouting.

David passion for the NFL Draft started in 2008 when Jake Long was the first overall pick. David said since that season he has learned many things about scouting and how much homework should be done on a draft prospect. One can never do too much HW on one player so be as detailed as you can be. Scouts are fact collectors and they do as much as they can to please the GM in charge. Numbers are what drive a draft picks value but never use that simply use numbers to make a draft pick. Where the winners are found is in the film room, you should spend most of your time writing the strengths and weaknesses and evaluate upside and growth. I personally spend time lots of time looking for Sleepers in the draft and guys the both the media and NFL teams are looking. You have to use every resource and look under every rock to find these men which can be found in DI,DII,DIII, NAIA or across the border. Some prospects have the heart and desire to be difference makers in the professional realm.

I have 5 years of sports radio experience and have traveled to the Senior Bowl to evaluate the 2013 Draft Class.  Lastly I serve as a Draft Mentor for draft prospects and 2015 was my very first class. Players such as Cole Manhart(Saints) Carlif Taylor(Giants) and Avius Capers(Panthers)  are just a few players I mentor.
Follow me on twitter at drwscout or email me drwscout@gmail.comProjects I am involved with:

NFL Draft Mentor 2015-
Miami Dolphins Draft Experts Page on Facebook 2013-
NFL Draft War Room Head Interviewer 2014-
The Direct Snap Radio Show Insider 2015-
College Football 2015-
Globe Bowl Scouting Consultant 2015-
Dream Bowl Scouting Consultant/Player Lesion 2014-
Draft Squad National Scout 2015-
Regional Scout-MinnesotaHavokIFL Franchise

Austria Remains The European U19 Champions 

In the final of Sparkasse Junior European Championships Football Austria defeated the archrival Germany before 1,100 spectators with 30:22 (7: 0, 0:10, 7: 0, 16:12). After the exciting final of the long stretches cheers of Austrian guests and their terraces Annex in Dresden Heinz-Steyer-Stadion knew no bounds. The “Most Valuable Player” came from Austria: For the best performance throughout the tournament quarterback Bernhard Seikovits was named MVP, for the most spectacular performance in the final running back Anton Wegan. The preliminary decision fell shortly after the last page change when Wegan with his brief run in the end zone, the German had to mark 21:10. Three times the German defense had entgegengestemmt the onslaught of the immensely powerful Austrian Angrffs, at the fourth attempt, the Red-White-Red were unstoppable. Only two plays later, the Austrians came back in possession, as Leon Balogh intercepted a pass of German quarterbacks January Weinreich. Two minutes later, Austria was able to increase to 28:10, as Seikovits Maurice Wappl served per pass. The two touchdowns during the German fightback by Jan Weinreich and Glody Ngovo came too late.

In the half-time the Germans had a 10: 7-taken advantage of in the cabins. In the first quarter, the two teams had delivered a thrilling slugfest of big plays. Here Germany had the first word, as a quarterback in January Weinreich Amon-Ra St. Brown had served more than 56 yards. The ensuing field goal attempt, the Germans had but did not get between the goal posts. For the Austrians retaliated with a 55-yard run by Wegan to 7: 0 lead. Wegan had then the same in his role as football and last man prevents the possible compensation, as Jerome Manyema had carried the ball for the kickoff for the German team already about 52 yards deep in the Austrian half.

Their first points the Germans had come, after Austria’s team had temporarily lost at the end of the second quarter after an interception, a little yarn. Amon-Ra St. Brown by touchdown and Paul Jung with a field goal at the end of the second quarter ensured the 10: 7 for the hosts. In her first series of attacks after the restart but the Austrians were swung right back to winning ways by 14:10 by Leonel Misangumukini.

For Germany it was the hoped-for European title in the end nothing. At first, of course, disappointing, especially because most players have exceeded the age limit in two years and will receive no direct chance for revenge. But compared to the previous two tournaments, the second rank is indeed an improvement. With now eight runners-up Germany built his own Junior Championships record further.

And the final of the Sparkasse Junior European Championships Football was ultimately just one of many games, was where wrestled for supremacy in Europe, with many more to come. In the men the AFVD teams have recently argued with both the national team and with the club teams several times in a row, the supremacy, the total reached the German youth development are diminished by this defeat very little. With five current NFL professionals that emerged from German clubs, the success is just on another level.


Battle 4 Tirol 2


The second game for the BATTLE4TIROL played out in front of 3,272 spectators at the Innsbruck Tivoli Stadium. The best player for the Raiders via Twitter votes was #GameMVP – wide receiver Kyle Callahan . He caught three balls for 75 yards and two touchdowns. The Panthers top player was quarterback  Manuel EngelmannBoth players received a side of bacon Tyrolean company Ager bacon. In addition, from the car park of Innsbruck Callahan gets a week in the new Ford Ranger.

Quarterback Sean Shelton was 21 of 32 passes for 247 yards with two touchdowns and an interception.  He had also seven passes for 40 yards and a touchdown. Running back David Oku scored 110 yards with four runs. The defense allowed the Panthers only 198 yards. Defensive Back Achammer Alexander scored with a 91-yard fumble return touchdown the first points of the game. Defensive Back Talib Wise caught an interception. Defensive lineman Maximilian Wild had a sack. Linebacker Wendell Brown led the Tyrolean with 13 tackles (12 solo).

Swarco Raiders got the ball after the coin toss. After the kickoff of the Raiders offensive began on their own 19-yard line. When you first turn Shelton found wide receiver Christian Willi for four yards. Then began wide receiver Adrian Platzgummer an 8-yarder. Later Willi caught a pass at the 45-yard line of the Tyrol. But just behind the center line of the guests were given after a failed fourth down the ball at their 46-yard line. After a fine quarterback made ​​Manuel Engelmann walk ten yards back good. But during the subsequent third attempt it stopped linebacker Wendell Brown . Dusseldorf had to punt.

The Tyrolean took over at their own 8-yard line. Running back Andre Fabien gardenermade ​​the first move seven yards. Then Willi caught a 12-yard pass. Then threw Shelton26 yards to gardeners . But again failed the hosts in a fourth attempt. The Panthers took over at their 43-yard line. On the second turn, took Engelmann wide receiver Yannick Baumgärtner for 39 yards. Shortly afterwards lost running back Aaron Price of the ball and Achammer returned the fumble 91 yards for a touchdown. After the extra point by wide receiver / kicker Fabian Abfaltersbach the Raiders led Swarco 2:21 left in the first quarter with 7: 0 .

After the kickoff and a short return Dusseldorf started at their own 17-yard line. Runs of running back Martin Oliver and Price took a first down. But a little later the Panthers had to punt. The pressure, however, was so great that the punter at their own 23-yard line of defensive back Mark Krause was brought to the floor. From there began the Tyrolean attack with a 17-yard run by Oku . Then threw Shelton six yards on Callahan , who acrobatically caught the ball in the end zone. After Abfalters extra point was 10:57 left in the second quarter 14: 0 .

After a return of wide receiver Janik Lück Dusseldorf started at their own 28-yard line. However, after only three moves had to punt the Panthers. After a short return of OkuSwarco the Raiders were now turn again. They started at their own 36-yard line. Runs of Shelton took ten yards and 13 yards. Then ran Oku 17 yards. After two short passes on Oku the Tyrolean the fourth attempt played successfully: Shelton gave the ball to gardeners, who ran 18 yards for a touchdown. After the extra point it was 5:45 left in the second quarter 21: 0 .

The next Panther drive ended again with a quick punt. Swarco Raiders took over at their own 29-yard line. gardeners began with a 6-yard run. Shortly afterwards threw Sheltonfirst time deep and found Callahan for a 61-yard touchdown pass. Abfalters extra point increased 2:13 minutes before half-time to 28: 0 .

Dusseldorf took over after the kickoff at their own 19-yard line. A 15-yard pass from Engelmann on Baumgärtner brought a first down. Shortly thereafter, was Wise on the spot. He caught a pass from Engelmann from and returned the ball to the opponent’s 20-yard line. 

Second period began with possession Dusseldorf. The guests started at their own 35-yard line after the kickoff was flown to the side corner. On the third try slumped Wild Engelmann and forced a punt. From their own 35-yard line of the Tyrolean marched on their first series of the third quarter. A pass from Shelton to Willi brought ten yards. Then began Oku passes for seven yards and ten yards. Then began Defensive Back Till Jansen but a pass from Shelton from the 33-yard line of the Panther. But was again on the defensive on the spot and forced a punt.

Swarco Raiders started at their own 18-yard line to. Oku opened the drive with a 73-yard run. Subsequently, danced Shelton nine yards into the end zone. Abfalters extra point marked the 35: 0 for the Tyrolean. There were 5:36 minutes to complete in the third section.

After a kick to the side from Dusseldorf started at their own 35-yard line. Price opened the drive with a 12-yard run. Later ran Engelmann only nine yards and then 26 yards. Afterwards, Price fueled up at the 13-yard line before the Tyrolean. Then there was the chance of the first points. But defensive back / kicker Philip Kalisch wide from 35 yards.

Swarco Raiders took over at their own then 20 yard line. Shelton was Abfaltersbach for 10 yards and wide receiver Gregory Hofmann for a first down at the 44-yard line. Then began Abfaltersbach a 28-yard pass. A little later, running back scored Filip Vlajic a 4-yard touchdown run. Abfaltersbach marked the extra point and 8:44 minutes before the end of the encounter was it 42: 0 .