First ballz on a 2018 prospect since 2018 became the main cycle on last Thursday.
Quick interview with former Buckeye Terrelle Pryor on our new AC/OC Pep Hamilton. Looks like Harbaugh found another winner and someone that can also develop WRs better than Zach Smith (although that's not very hard).
Suprised that WD hasn't posted about this considering he posts when they release socks...
Unlike little obscure news like that, this is something that may actually interest some of you!
The M Den released a cool line of Signing Of The Stars gear with the "Building and Attacking With an Enthusiasm Unknown To Mankind" Logo featured on them. Great shirts, hats, etc. for when recruiting is really in full swing!
They are currently at the top of the new arrivals page:
Enjoy and Go Blue!
Haven't seen much about this. Nothing on ISU's website about Roundtree, but here's the release about Mallory.
Best of luck to both at the D1 FCS level, Missouri Valley Football Conference.
Hometown (High School): Westerville, Ohio (Westerville South)
Twitter Handle: @brobb713
• Attended Westerville South High School coached by Kyle Stout
• Average charted punting distance of 41 yards with an average hang time of 4.36 seconds
• At Kohl's Kicking 2017 Senior Showcase, Robbins averaged over 5.0 seconds on his charts with several 5.2+ second punts
• Scored a touchdown on a 90-yard run off a punt against Olentangy Orange
Honors and Rankings
• Rated as the nation's No. 1 punter according to Kornblue Kicking
• Listed as the No. 3 punter in the nation by ProKicker.com
• Ranked as Kohl's Kicking's No. 4 punter in the nation
• Top-rated punter in the state of Ohio
• Earned Punting Champion at 2016 Kornblue Fall Kicking Challenge
• Ray Guy Prokicker.com Top Prospect Award
• Two-star prospect according to 247Sports, the nation's No. 13 punter and No. 129 overall player in the state of Ohio
• Three-time All-Central District punter and all-conference selection
• Other Sports: earned all-conference in soccer and baseball
• Bradley Robbins was born October 6, 1999